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Twenty-four houra e* a.m.,
Sept. 26
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist P     OCT 1  m
/OL- II. NO. 219
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, September 26, 1911.
Price Five Cents
fork Was to Have Been Done by the G.T.P., But Now the City
Will Assume it���Architect Also Wants the City to Pay Part
of the  Fees���A Beautiful Spot to be Known as
Fairview Cemetery
Plans (or Prince Rupert cemetery
titl out  very tastefully  by  the
Indscape architects for the town-
|te, Messrs Brett & Hall, have
Seen   forwarded   to   the   Mayor
���nil council, and were considered
-i night.   The architects mention
i.'.t these plans were prepared for
lie G. T. P. but the G. T. P.
laid over the scheme of de-
bopment   here.     Now   that   it
left to the city to develop this
Sul'lic   necessity,   thc   architects
liggesl that the city should defray
certain portion of the cost of
Bit-  plans  which  was  not   paid
the ('.. T. P. because they did
ut go on with the work.    This
latter is being considered by the
hiancc committee.
The plans show a very well
laid out cemetery with winding
roads and graceful sweeping curves
bordering the plots. The extent
is about fourteen acres, practically
the whole of thc piound leased
for 999 years to thc city for
cemetery purposes by thc G. T. P.
The main entrance to the cemetery
is by Omineca avenue and here
is marked thc site for a chapel
on an eminence. The plans show
extensive provision for shrubbery
and garden plots, on the lines of
the most beautiful cemeteries all
over the world, and every possible
advantage has been taken of the
natural contour of the ground,
which is sloping and undulated
land   situated   beyond   Fairview.
"Fairview Cemetery" is the title
given on the plans.
With an unwittingly grisly touch
the architect remarks that cemeteries are generally very profitable
forms of municipal development,
and hopes that this ore will prove
so to Prince Rupen. He doesn't
actually suggest a boom in real
estate in six feet by three lots,
but it seems so from his letter.
A proposal is taking shape at the
city hall that the portion of the
ground nearest the city will be
laid out as soon as possible so that
the need for funeral launch irips
to Garden Island will soon become a thing of the past.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
:ap. bernier
lost his vote
inadian Ship Arctic Returned
I Today after Fifteen Months
Exploring in North West Passage.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
I Quebec,  Sept.  20.���The  Can-
lian Government exploration ship
Irene reached port today after an
Bsence of fifteen months in the
Irciic regions.   No new land was
Dccn   possession   of,   but   ihree
jui'dri-d inilis laker on last trip
as   survey id   this   time.     The
Mel   went   within    twenty-five
^iles of Qankl Laid, and m.-.de
\'orih\fcst   Passage   as   far
ttrth as 74.29 latitude. 110 long-
ttitli-  but  was unable   to  reach
ic Pacific.
tumor at Seattle Says that New
Boats will be Put on Prince
Rupert Run.
(Cariadain Press Despatch)
Seattle. Sept. 20.���It is reported
���ere that the G. T. P. will im-
hcdiately   have   built   for   their
brvice three modern turbine steam-
Irs  fur  the  triangular  run  in
winter and to Prince Ruperl.
They will be ready for service
ht-xl summer. Asked about these
()t):'.is today Mr. McMaster said
pal their place on the Prince
lupert programme had r.ot yet
been announced.
Was one of the Most Popular
C. P. R. Conductors in the
Calgary, Sept. 25.���Conductor
J. H. Campbell, one of the best
known railway men in Western
Canada, is dead here. Hc had
been in failing health for some
time but stuck to his post to the
Mr. Campbell w.is born in Bur-
llngton, Ontario, and came west
B very young man when the
C. P. R. was being constructed,
He entered the employ of the
company at Kenora. and has been
with it ever since. He had charge
of a train running out of Winnipeg
for years. He lived in Medicine
Hat for ten years, subsequently
coming to Calgary. As an evidence of ihe confidence of the
company in his ability and reliability he was given charge of
ihe "Edmonton Flyer."
Dr. Chas. Per ci val, Editor of Health Magazine, Will
Cover 100,000 Miles on  His Motor Car Before he
Returns Home For Keeps���En Route to Alaska
A brisk moving, sturdily-set
young man, wiih bulging, gleaming
spectacles and dressed in a suit
of heavy brown canvas alighted
from the Princess Royal and sauntered through thc city yesterday
afternoon. His sombrero was ornamented on the front with a
large silver bull dog head, and
another of these ornaments, studded with diamonds, embellished
the lapel of his COtt.    His card
journey done by water and in
all probability would Ik- the only
part.   IK- had had some thought
of going into the interior from
Skagway, perhaps as far as Dawson, bill s|K'iikii'g wiih Mr. Congdon and Mr. George Black on
the host coming up he had decided thiit the trip would be too
risky so late in the season.
Since leaving Denver. Col., on
October 10th,   1910,  ihe car has
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Northwestern League
Seattle 0, Tactmia 2.
Victoria 7, Vancouver 2.
Spokane-Portlard;   rain.
National League
Chicago 0, Bosion 5.
New York 2, Cincinnati 0.
Brooklyn 5, Pillslnirg 4.
American League
Detroit 0, Philadelphia 3.
Cleveland 3, Washington 2.
New York 5, Chicago 3.
Boston 9, St. Louis 2,
Big White Star Liner is Badly
Damaged Off Southampton
by H. M. S. Hawke.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Southampton, Sept. 25.���Following the ramming of the White
Slar liner Olympic by the British
cruiser Hawke, the big liner has
been towed into port for repairs.
Inquiry shows that none of the
two thousand persons on the pas-
Benger vessel suffered injury, although both vessels wife badly
damaged by the impact. A big
gaping hole is torn in the liner's
side, while the whole of the front
part of thc cruiser is twisted oul
of recognition.
An inquiry is being conducted
by the authorities. It is supposeil
that the accident was due to a
failure of the cruiser's steering
gear, which caused her to swerve
off her course.
Progressive Plan of Prince Rupert Advertising Firm Newly
Jnpopular Suggestion Made at
the Provincial Taxation Commission.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria,  Sepl.   20���The  Pro-
Hndal  Commission  is to inquire
|nlo   the  assessment   of  taxation
B. C. held its initial sessions
fierc  today.    Thc  evidence  favored the retention of thc poll tax,
.nu* favored increasing ist to $4.
The  witnesses  favored   the iion-
t.'xation of commercial stocks and
\:x slight extension of the exemption
under the income tax.
Dr. Percival in His Touring Car
said that hc was Dr. Charles G.
Percival, editor of thc Health
Magazine, New York City, and
he explained the significance of
thc bull dog heads by saying
that he had a bull dog car on
board thc boat in which hc was
making a 100,000 mile trip.
The doctor said that he had
already placed thirty thousand
miles to his credit, and that
thc trip from Vancouver to Skagway  was  thc  only  part of  the
been twice across the continent,
and through the Southern Siales
and Mexico, coming norlh through
the Pacific Stales. The car has
travelled over ihirty thousand
miles already. The car is equipped
with vacuum carafes for hoi and
coltl drinks according to climate,
Cooking    and   camping    utensils,
sleeping bags, block and tackle,
shovels, axes and all the necessary
equipment needed on a trip of
such magnitude.
Telephone directories supplied
absolutely free to the cilizens
are pa.rt of the programme of the
Prince Rupert Advertising Company jusi opening up in this city.
and application has been made
to thc city council by this firm
for permission to take over the
issue of "Hello Books." The firm
promises to put out a much better
affair than even the tidy directories now published by the city,
and ivill of course depend <m the
advertising in them for its returns.
Referred lo the telephone committee.
Reported From Vancouver That All Arrangements Are Made in
Case Premier McBride Gets a Portfolio���Stevens Will  be
Made  Collector of Customs in Return For
The Sacrifice
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Sept. 20.���It is believed here that Hon. Mr. McBride is to be called to fill the
position of Mil isier of the Interior
or the Minister of Public Works
in the new Federal Government.
A way will be opened to Mr.
McBride by the resignation of
Mr. Stevens, the member elect
for Vancouver, who by resigning
will permit of the election of Mr.
Ii is understood that Mr.Stevens
will be compensated by being
given the position of Collector
of Customs for the port, Mr.
Btiwell the present incumbent lieing
slated for superannuation.
Ottawa, Sepl. 26.���For thc first
time since election day, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier and Hon. R. I.. Borden
met hist night at the banquet in
honor of the Governor-General.
Tluir greetings were cordial, and
both gentlemen joined in supporting the toast to the health of
His Excellency.
Cabinet Job for Rogers
Winnipeg, Sepl. 20.���Hon. Robert Rogers, Minister of Public
Works in the Roblin Government,
hits  been  summoned  by  wire  to
proceed to Ottawa at once in
connection with the new Dominion
Cabinet.   It is assumed lu- will
be offered aid will accept a
portfolio under Mr. Borden.   He
will leave on the train this evening-
Will Dick Accept
Victoria, Sept. 20.���It is understood here that Hon. Richard
McBride has been offered thc
position of Minister for the Interior under Mr. Borden and that
he will accept ihe offer.
Break Even
Quebec, Sept. 20.���.As a result
of the deferred elections held yesterday at Gaspe and Chicc-utimi-
Saugenay both parties make a
gain. The former elected Gau-
tliier. Conservative, by 450 majority, niitking a Conservative gain.
The latter elected Oirard, a Liberal, by 1200 with no change.
Italy and Turkey are on the
Verge  of  Hostilities  over
London, Sopt. 20.���The peace
of Europe is threatened again by
a possible outbreak of hostilities
between Italy rid Turkey over
Germany is said to be desirous
of acting as an intermediary to
pnvent a clash.
Alderman Newton Prefers It to
Station Work System
At midnight yesterday Alderman Newton was on his feet
talking about his distinct preference for days labor rather than
station work in Prince Rupert
min icipal enterprises. Alderman
Douglas supports Alderman Newion in this.
One Hundred Dead Bodies of
French Sailors are Recovered.
Four Hundred Perished.
Four Outlying Polling Stations
Report This Monring. Pacofi
Polls Just One Vote, and for
Change of Government Will Not Affect his Intention���
Dr. Alfred Thompson to be Brought Out by Conservatives to Oppose Him   Tribute to Laurier
Returning Officer F. G. Dawson
announces ihis morning that the
net officii'! majority for Clements
today is Wl. The following four
polling station reported today:
Ross   Clements
Wynton  l
Sandspil 8
Pacofl  o
Lockport  0
There remain siill a few more
polling stations io send in their
An Interesting Wedding
The approaching marriage ol
Miss Kergin lo Mr. J. C. H.'Ima
is announced. The happy event
will be celebrated on Saturday
evening, October 14th. The young
COUple will continue to reside in
Prince Rupert.
Fred T. Congdon, Liberal member for Yukon in the last parliament, made a two hours stay
in the city yesterday, on his way
north on ihe Princess Royal. Disappointment was expressed that
he had not been able to be here
,-r.l   nii'ke   ;i   speech   during   the
campaign, but In- said the lesders
of the |iarty in Vancouver snd
Victoria would insist that he s1.*>
there to help OUt ihe Liberal cause.
II.-   had,  however,   been  able   to
���peak for Duncan Ross at Cumberland.
It had been announced by wire
that Mr. Congdon had no opponent for the Yukon seat and
thai therefore he WOUld be elected
by acclamation. But yesterday
waa nomination day in that territory, and he understands that
the Conservatives were to make
a nomination, their Candidate being
Dr. Alfred Thompson, who was
formerly elected as an Independent
candidate. George Black, barrister and member of the Yukon
council, also leader of the Conservative   part)   of   Yukon,   wss
also a  passenger  on the Royal
and    will    take    i'i'    active    part
in the campaign.
Mr.   Congdon   did   not   know
until his arrival Inn* thai it had
been announced by wire in yc*--
terday's   News   that   Sir   Wilfrid
I i'.urier was in retain the leadership of lhe party, but he said:
"1 could nol Imagine his retirement   simply   i'fter   a  defeat   or
Wilfritl loo well lo imagine such
a thing for a moment. You
know, our great leader, although
of   French  extraction   haa   that
pluck and staying power that we
always accord aa being a char*
BCtcristic of the Brilis!,.    He has
ilu- suavit) i'l'd politeness of the
French bill his coolness and bravery in .< fight, his equanimity
under victory or tlefeat is essentially .- British characteristic he
posst ises in a marked degree."
Rupert's Hydro Electric Scheme
Attracts Talent from Various
Applications   for   positions   on
the engineering staff of  the new
hydro-electric plant begin to trickle
into ihe eity hall.    Two Mete reatl
last nigh i. They came from W. F.
Mlllr and I. il. Wright. The
latter modestly remarked lhal in
his offer of service the council had
an opportunity of relieving iheinselves once and for 'iii of all
doubts  SS   lo   the   success   of the
enterprise.    Engaged  right  off?
No, referretl to committee.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toulon, France, Sept. 25.���At
least 350 to 4(H) are dead .-is thc
result of the blowing up of the
WarShip Liberie in the harbor
yesterday morning.
Aliout one hundred liodies have
been recovered up till night. The
deflagration of the powder in ore
of the magazines is given as the
cause of the disaster.
G. T. P. Said to be Arranging
for a Special Wheat Fleet to
Sail from Prince Rupert.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Sept. 26.- It Is stated
here lhat  lhe G. T. P. will with
the completion of tin- transcontinental road handle a dundrid
million bushels of grain annually
by rail to Prince Ruperl for shipment io Europe by a fleet to In*
specially built for this purpose.
Puzzle to Find a Site for the
Fold for Stray Dogs and Cats
is Left to the Board of Works.
Winter is Coming
Montreal, Sept. 20.--(Special)
Once again Aldermsn Douglas
is disconsolate. The she for his
civic pound is still in abeyance.
Last night   .letter WSS read from.
General Superintendent Mehaa of
the G. T. P., saying that the
proposed place for the pound near
the sniff yacht wharf was not
likely to be at i'll permanent, and
suggesting that the council look
out another. The mayor propositi thiit the matter should lie
left with the Board of Works
with power to act, but to this
Altlernian   Newton   at   first   took
Snow fell today in the dty.   Tblsl0.0,1^'     A,Ur   M,mt'   **.���
il exceptional!** early. wWch l< was dcr;^ sh,,W,\thal
every   constoetatlon   was   being
Mr. J.  L.  Barge, of Charlotte I shown by the Btvrd for all pos-
City,   was   ���>   visitor   lo   Prim risible objections and objectors,  it
Rupert   by   lhe  Ptii-.te   John   tlitslwas agreed  to let the matter In*
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Tuesday. Sept. 26
Today, according to the telegraphic despatches from the capital,
the Conservative leaders intend to celebrate their great victory
in a fitting manner. They have the right to celebrate. No one will
begrudge them the joys of victory, or doubt that the Conservative
leaders will use the occasion in a manner befitting their dignity.
The following is the kind of telegraphic despatch telling of the
celebration at Ottawa, that ihe News does not expect to receive
(Special to the Daily New**,
Ottawa, Sepi. 27.���The Conservative leaders celebrated
their victory last night with a tin can parade. Nothing like-
it has ever been seen in Ottawa before. It was a revelation
of statesmanship, and showed that the new government is
keenly alive to the responsibilities of being selected to guitle
the affairs of the country.
The Premier cut a dignified figure at the head of the
procession, mounted on a cart horse, and carrying a card
in his hand. He was accompanied by members of the Cabinet
holding flaming brooms, and by a large number of small
boys beating empty gasoline cans.
The party walked through.the mud for several blocks,
and stood cheering outside the residences of members of the
late Cabinet. After their throats were tired, and the brooms
had burned out, the procession walked to Rideau Hall, where
a harangue was delivered by their leader. The harangue, was
to the effect that all jobs were to be filled by Conservatives,
aud that a Liberal applying for a job would recpjire to have
bis credentials passed by himself. He also announced that
he would make it his business to see that all Liberals who
bad had the audacity to oppose his election, were made to
walk out of town on the railroad ties before thc year was
, The statesmanlike sentiments were on a par with the dignified
nature of the celebration, and have done a great deal to
inspire public confidence.
This as we said l>efore is the kind of telegraphic despatch wi
do not expect to receive tomorrow.
Now that Henri Bourassa has succeeded in securing a strong
party in the new House, some of his declarations of intention assume
an enlarged interest. At his big meeting at Three Rivers in August
he told an audience of seven thousand people that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
was too Imperialistic to suit him. Speaking of his own intention
In* -.iid that if returned to the House wiih a strong following, "if Quebic
so declares, the navy will disappear."
It will be interesting to wait and see what happens to the navy.
Political observers arc now recalling Armand Lavergne's statement to an interviewer early in the campaign, "It is to obtain tin
balance of power we are working for."
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By CUve Phillips Wolley
"Let him along where be is," urged
Ed.   "He won't understand now."
"Wonsh undershtand, wonsh he?
You think he'Bh gone away. Non-
���ensh; he'sh here all right. He'll un-
dershtand, you bet."
Tbe Idea wm too grlzily. Thst any
poor devil should be condemned even
after death's release to bang round tba
Ideal, struck Jim aa the climax of horrors to which hall Itself would be s
mild punishment.
But hc saw In the aot'a determination hlb own opportunity. Going up to
tbe only man ln tba place who was atlll
sober, be touohed blm on tbe shoulder.
"Bill, would you do something tor a
The big man, who waa still drowsing
by the stove, started from his apathy.
"A woman? There ain't no woman
here.   It's only whiskey and bell."
"But there's women elsewhere, down
to the Klsky Ranch, for Instance. Will
you do something to help one of
"Anythin'," he aald, rising.
"Then go up Into tbat fellow's
room," pointing to the doctor, "and
corral all his outfit, Instruments and
gripsack, whatever he takes along
with him when he goea visiting. No
one will notice you as you live here,
and It they do they are too drunk to
"What do you want It for?"
"There's a woman dying down to
the Risky, and I've got to get that little
hog and his flxln's to save her. You
heard blm say he wouldn't come."
"I did, curse him; but he won't be
any good like that. They never are
any good when you want them," mil
he sank back into his dreams.
"He won't be like that when I get
htm to the Risky.   Will you do It?"
"All right; It It's for a woman," and
he slouched oft to the part of the
bouse where Its boarders slept.
Meanwhile Jim Combe went out to
secure his own horse and another. The
latter part of the business was horsestealing, almost tho worst offence In
Cattledom, but he ha dlled already to
a friend, and was meditating a worse
offence than horsestealing.
When he had tied the two horses
at the back of the empty house In
which old man Hayes lay, he returned
to the bar room.
There he found his ally, Bill.
"Have you got the things?"
"Then stunk out and cinch them on
tight behind the saddle of my horse,
a big red roan, tied up behind the
house where Hayes' body lies, and
wait there for me. Don't make any
mistake, and don't speak till I do."
Bill took his orders In silence, and
whilst hc slipped out at the back, Jim
Combe went up to thc bar, and called
tor drinks for tbe crowd.
"Thought you was going to take a
drink with the old man," hc Bald to
the doctor, who was now half asleep.
"So 1 wash, but I can't got any fellow to go along."
"And you're too scared to go alone?
I thought you were a scientific joker,
who didn't believe In ghosts or spirits,
or any of them things you can't see or
stick a knife Into."
"Don'sh know what I believe, and I
don'sh know what blanked business
It Is of yours, anyway, but I'm not
scared of anything, Mishter Jim
Combe, If you are a foot taller than
Jim laughed aggravatingly. He knew
(he man's peculiarities.
"Why, you're afraid right now. I'll
bet you the next round of drinks that
you dare not go alone to take a glass
with old Hayes."
The bet jtiBt stilted the humor ot tbe
crowd, besides the form of settlement
touched their personal interest.
"It's up to you, doc," they cried.
"You're the little man to win his money."
To do thc doctor Justice, he was no
coward, drunk or sober.
'Hand me the bottle, Ike," he said,
rallying In the most extraordinary
manner, and speaking quite soberly.
And one of those glasses. See you
again, gentlemen," and he walked towards the door.
'I guess It's my money that's up, so
If no one has any objection, I'll stilt
hunt the doc and Bee that he goes
right to It. That's the bet, isn't it?"
asked Combe.
"I  gUGBS   BO."
"Nobody else leaves the room until
wc come back. I don't want the doctor's friends handy to keep his courage up."
"He don't want any. Don't you
worry. The doc's got as much grit an
the next man."
'Appears like It," said Jim, and stole
out, shutting the door noiselessly behind him.
Very solemnly and placing each foot
with carefully calculated precision,
the little doctor made his way from
the Ideal to the place where old man
Hayes had been stored out of the way
of the dogs.
The awf-,1 heat and closeness of the
bar room which he had left, made the
chill of the night air more noticeable.
It struck him like a bar of cold Iron
���cross the forehead and made him
catch his breath with a gasp. But his
errand had no terror for him. He was
one of those who, having learned a
great deal about the mechanism of the
htiman body, looked upon It aa an Indifferent piece of machinery capable
of many Improvements, and having
about It nothing of tbe supernatural.
As a locomotive he considered It beneath contempt. Walking waa at best
but a succession of falls avoided.
That had always been his opinion, but
be bad never known so much difficulty before In getting up that hind
prop In time to save a rnllapsn.
Before starting from tho bar room
door be had taken a line upon the
house which he wished to reach, and
he had contrived not to lose sight of
his po-tnts, but It waa difficult to keep
tbem, moving as he felt compelled to
do, as s knight moves at chess.
Earth seemed for once to have no
solidity; the laws of gravity In hts particular case seemed to have been suspended; his feet would not keep down
and ha suffered from an almost Irresistible temptation to allow his legs to
oollapte altogether, a temptation
whlon arose from a growing oonvlctlon
that thay raally had nothing whatever
to do ******* htm, and that he oould
mtm B-trlaetty wen \*r tha mar* oiar-
tlou of will power.   But be was not
sufficiently drunk yet to yield to this
temptation. Ha atlll had some control
over his memory, snd be remembered
thst he had tried thst game before,
snd had bean found In tha street very
cold Indeed ths next morning.
Dr. Protheroe had s considerable
knowledge ot the taany Infirmities of
the flesh, but his knowledge of ths different expressions ot alcoholic dementia waa oomprehenalve. He even diagnosed his own esse accurately as he
staggered along,
"Drunk," he said, severely; "very
drunk. Itah the cold air has done It
Alwayah does tt; but I'm not 'trald.
Who said Doctor Protheroe wss
He atopped, swaying dangerously ln
| the middle of tha dark street to think
I out thst problem, but even his mind
I could only move now ns the knight
moves.   It would not go straight.
"Doctor Protheroe 'frsld?" he repeated this two or three time? In a
sort of alng-Bong, snd then, suddenly:
"Dr. Protheroe," he said. "Doc-tor
Prother���oe, Thomash's, ��� London -���
England. Not Ontario! None ot
-your bloomln' Canadian 'bout me.
Doctor Protheroe, Thomash'B, London, England. Gentleman; profeshlon-
al man," and then be burst Into peal
upon peal of derisive laughter, In tbe
midst of which he toll flat upon his
iface' In the mud.
After lying there for a few minutes
chuckling still to himself, he rose upon
hts hands and knees, roached for his
hat, put It raklshly upon the back of
'his head, and continued his Journey
upon all tours.
"Varlcoshe veins," he muttered, as
he went. "Sbyatlca, gout, notln' to
do wi' whiskey. All rot Cause���
Abshurd attempt violate lawsh ot nature. Man dam fool; meant to walk
on four legsh, tries to walk on two.
Poabterior limbs over worked; painful shwelllng followsh. Of course."
But In aplte of tha excellence of his
-reasoning he was obliged after a time
to conform to custom, and finished his
'journey tn a wild burst upon two legs,
which landed him In a heap at the
old man'a door.
The violent exercise did something
to counteract the effects of the chill
air upon bis heated brain, but not
'enough. He could remember that the
door fastened with a latch; he could
even repeat to himself the neeessary
Instructions for lifting the latch; but
for the Ufa of him he could not find
Sitting upon the ground with bis
byes carefully shut, and talking rapidly but Incoherently, he explored tha
whole door from the mud to within
Six Inches of the lock half a dozen
times, and at last concluding tbat he
must have reached the wrong aide of
tho house, began to crawl round it,
until utterly weary, he sank despairingly Into a peculiarly cold puddle,
from which lowly station he beat Intermittently upon the solid pine logs
ot the wall, Imploring old man Hayes
to "get up and 1st a fellow In." At
last oblivion came to blm, but not ln
tbe kindly fashion to which he had
grown accustomed. There was a difficulty about his breathing which ha
did not remember to have noticed on
prevloua occasions. It was quite natural tbat he should have turned over
on his back, but his head was rolling
about in an unusual way, and there
seemed to be an obstruction ln front
of his mouth.
"Asphyxlashun," he decided. "Unusual symptom, rather think unnatural. Not had enough whiskey for
that," and then he went out Into spact*
where nothing mattered, and though);
Itself became a mere auccesslon of
vague and disconnected suggestions,
One of these, the most persistent,
was that he was flying. He remembered, as you do In dreams, that bo
hnd done this before. He had never
been quite certain whether it was ln
dreams that he flew, or tn waking
life. The dream had always seemed
so real, but he knew tbat he was fly-
Ing now. Ha felt himself going up and
up, and it waa only will which supplied the motive power. He knew
lhat because he tried to flap his wing*
and could not. They were tied to bis
"Heave him up on to the pinto, BUI.
He's dead to thc world." ,
"How Is hc going to stick on?"
"You heave him up," insisted Comb*
from the other side of the stolen1
horse, "I'll fix that. He'll ride as well
as lhc pintu's lust passenger."
"The old man In there," replied Bill,
looking over his shoulder nervously
and speaking in a hushed voice.
"Yes. Can you steady him Uke lhat
whilst I thrqw a hitch around him
Don't let him roll."
"I'll try, Jim; but his legs are Ilka
water. You can't hold them. They
slip all ways to once."
"They won't do that long. Now!
How's that?"
Combe had taken the tie rope from
tho plnto's saddle, and with it had
lashed the doctor's feet together under
the belly of his horse, after which ha
had passed the bight of the rope round
his victim's walBt r.nd secured him
firmly by it to the horn of the saddle.
"I guess he'll ride like that for a
bit," he said, looking critically at his
work. "Seems pretty well packed,
doesn't he?" and taking the doctor by
the shoulder he swayed him tentatively In tbe saddle.
"Yes, he'll stay there till you untie
blm, but what are you going to tell tha
ferryman 7"
"That'a my trouble. I'm blanked It
I know how I'm going to fix that, unless I gag him too. I wish the doctor
was not too drunk to alt on by himself."
"If ha wasn't ha wouldn't go."
"Yes, he would, with thia," and the
light flickered on a barrel hardly
harder than the speaker's face.
Bill looked at Combe, doubtfully.
He had known Jim many years, but
had never seen tbe man he saw now.
The sight staggered him and made
him doubtful of tha share ba bad
taken ln the proceedings.
"You don't mean no foul play by
hint do rout"
"Tito, of course not A dead ass ain't
no gootl. Hand ma bis bridle," and
Combe reached from tbe saddle for It.
But Bin held on to It
I "See have, Jim, this is a mighty ugly
buslnaaa. It Is tor a woman 7"
i Tor a woman, aura. Hand over, or
they'll ba attar ua."
Btill tba man doubted, and Combs
saw s bar ot light ln the front ot the
Ideal. Home one had opened the door
to look out. The orowd was growing
Impatient tor IU drinks.
There was no Um* to be lost. It waa
omel, but he had to do tt.
"BUI," he hissed, "when she died,
-wouldn't you have dons this or any
pther blanked thing to save her?"
"My God, yes," wu the startled answer. Without further demur Bill
handed over th* bridle and Jim, turning ths horses sharply down hill, disappeared Into th* night, whilst ths
widower alunk through th* back premises into the Ideal,
��� ***a>a>***^*l***M'*M.*i����***l'***; ;
: w. j. McCutcheon ;;
Carrlea coropleta stock of Druga.   Spoclal   ,,
attention paid to tilling prescriptions.      , ,
!! Theatre Block phonb no. 79 Second Are. ! I
' '���������������������������l^'I'M'^'M^^'M^**!'*' ���
PHONE 301 '���*>��� B0X ��"
Baioiuge, Stormce and Forwarding Affenta.   For
Ultra "t* Motor Car day or iiIkIii
Seventh Ave. und Fulton Phone 301
Financial Success in the Feminine World
Rumors have been spread about
lately of a houscclearing in Wall
street, and the financiers are reported to be perturbed. It is the
latest phase, apparently, of the
feminist movement, and is not to
be sneezed at when it is remembered that Mrs. Harriman, Mrs.
Russell Sage, Mrs. Gates, Mrs.
Pullman, Mrs. Marshall. Field,
Mrs. Huntington and half a dozen
other women are now in control
of some of the biggest fortunes
which have been accumulated in
Amer in the last twenty-five
or fiity years, thc era of the
making of huge fortunes. Mrs.
Hetty Green is an active power
already: Mrs. Flltins is anothtf
woman to whom a vast fortune
has but lately come under her
control. The making of great
wealth docs not seem to be gen-
irt'lly conducive to long life, or
at least, so it would seem from the
above quoted examples of the
wives of rich men who have survived their liege lords. It is now
proposed lhat these women ar.d
others, who are estimated to be
the holders of well over a billion
dollars, should combine and dictate terms to the men who at
present pull the sirings for most
of the fiivrcial moves. A ban on
siock juggling and general jockeying of the market would be the
object of such a combine, and tin*
establishment of a sounder credit
systim, wiih theem'scquent Icssin-
ing of liability to panic. It would
scarcely be surprising if the women
did not come to lhe rescue; the
Treasury Department has had its
hands full for a good mat y years.
Aid most of the money held by
these rich women WBS mrde b*,
proper manipulation of the market,
.so there would be some iroi ic
justice in the move. What tin
c s.ii'l onlooker would take most
interest in, however, would be,
not the financial uplift movement,
but the possibility of war to the
kt ife between, siy, Hetty Greer
,'.i d J. P. Morgan. It would be
an exciting spectacle, and many
would regret that Russcl Sage had
not lived to take Morgi*.n's place
its a more fitting opponent. In i'i
i'.ge when money rules, here is c
distinct menace to masculine superiority.
If I were loved, as I desire to be,
What is there in the great sphere
of the earth,
And range of evil between death
and birth
That I should fear���if I were loved
by thee?
All the inner, all thc outer world of
Clear love would pierce and cleave
if thou wert mine,
As I have heard thai, somewhere in
the main,
Fresh-water  springs come  up
through bitter brine.
'Twerc joy, not fear, claspt hand
in-hand with thee,
To wait for death���mute���careless
of all] ills,
Apart upon a mountain, tho' the
Of some new deluge from a thou
sard hills
Flii'g leagues of roaring foam into
the gorge
Below us, as far on as eye could sec
Tom Murphy bought R. T. C.
last fall (KI the ri commendation
of the well-known Kasu-rn breeder
Dr. J. C. McCoy, who Was very
much impressed with the plow
horse when he siw him step .1
half close to a minute over the
home track at Kirkwood, Del.
Now hc has a record of 2:00 3-4
acquired in thc second heat of
his race at Grand Rapids.
Gasoline Launches, .Rn��dwc.B���0oae':
For Hire by Hour or Day
H. Muton       Caw Cretk       P.O. Bai 187
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
the News offlce.
Skoena Land District -Dim.*., ,
Tako notice thut f
Bainter ot Prlnco Im*,,,,,, n   ,
bookkeeper, intand t��� EJnlv to ,1
mlaaloiior ot Lsnda tor �� \L
Rupert, 11. r   1 ""���i.e.**
1.,  1    .   *��. "> nrnm..!
coal antl petroleum
IP AM*"!.- *JoSSS%
land on OMSntfVfi ribiK,"!," ��'-�� I
Commencini* ut it poti ���i..��� .,*' '"ll���,;
ol C. K. II. coal lUmi.'s" - '!"'!*'-iiii-Ii
cornor C. K. II. Coul l.en.Y- \ ���'������'"������'l.eil s \v
80 chalnH, Ihenco aut 80 cl,,',;,,; , ' ""'""' im
chains, thonce wait Ho cliuin ',', ,''"'*' "'wk si
moncomont. ''   P-Mt ul M��
DatedSept. 11,1911.    e>   ...   ���,..	
Pub. tiapt. 23. ' '" ���3AlN'fER,Un_,
Skeona Land DliMtt���DlaMae ���i,,
Take nollco that thirty, ,,*'";"�� ��'li��rlut,��
Balnter ol Prince llu���,rrl i, '."'V1-'". U'. t
bookkeeper, Inteml to apply'to '1,2 ,'7'<W
miaatoner ol Unds lor a Ifeonei i "'* * "��������
coa and potroleum on un.l ,������|,, , .',', ! r"*l��n I.r
on Uraham Island descrilied uToUoi..0"��- -*5
Commencing at u poat ��� ,,,���,' .
of C. B, H. Coal lla.���.'.v" , "���Sua*
corner C. E. II. Coul Lata. No ���������,"'' ' B ������-
80 chains, Ihenc- west 80 al al ', ',,' *** "*'l
chaina, thenco oast ho clmi,.. t, , ���'"' '"""" ��
menccmont. '       **** ul com.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E   BAlNTEn ,
Pub. Sept.23. "-"-^ ".It, Loom,
��������� *"*.    ������.""�����    *U    .IPj,,
misaioner of Lands lor u licence
coal and petroloum on and unda,
land on Uraham Islainl -Jaj
'* I- |i-...|���.��� j
ItMcrilu-ii is. f���:i���w
-General Hardware
Builders,' Hardware *
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
Graniteware       Tinware *>
aaa t" OK aaa
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
..For Sale..
Lot 19, Block 23, Section 5,
With 7 rooms
Partly furnished house. For particulars
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Pattullo Block.
Oriental Limited
I.i'.v Westbound Rates
Steamship   tickets   to   the  Old
Country by all  Atlsntic  Lines.
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   Phone He
..- ... ............ .���,���,,��� u,..snill
Commencini; at u post plantad l-an'mTu
ol C. K. U. Coal iS^TlSSM
corner C. E. II. Coul Loaae No  -'-t    ,* ' **��� *���
80 chaina. thenco mat N cl, ������'. V,
chain., thonco eaat oo tS^,lSK,?*_
moncomont. '   a "' >**���
Due^a Sept. 11, 1911.     C. I*:. BAINTER, I-,,
Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Chum, ra.j
Take notie th.t thirty du.'!,',,', ,,'. l ,l!����
Bainter of Prince Rupert, il ( l��� ,Jv '���
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply lo'lhlfflS
mU.lo���er ol Und. for i liVenc- ,��� p,S"_Z
coal and petroleum on ami undw ilm E_*J
oland on Uraham laland deacrikil u. foltui,   "
Commencing at a poat pl�����u,| u��� ,���,,.,',
ol C. t. B. Coal Leaae No. Ill, mirirad v .
corner C. E. 11. Coal l-ciue No, MahSslS
80 chains Ihenc. west 80 etaSi^JS'S.M
chaina, thence eaat t)0 chuins io i.hcv ���e 1?
moncomont. ' ' tw*
Dalad Sept. 12,1911.    C. K. BAIN rtil, Lko
Skeana Und DUtrlct-District ol Com IUnr.1
Take notice lhat  1, John  li,���i���rK,,| f,*'
ol   Princa   Kupert    occupallon  .i.||i,���r). ,r,l.
d��*smt,��l Unds��� '" *""'*""' *���������' '*��t!��
Commencing at a poal plant.-,! ������ ,(,, ���
ahore ol lhe Lachumaik Kiver, and lain, *__
iwo milea northerly from Uie mouth ol im _j
tichumaik Klver. and which po.t i. .!,.., |���
chaina north Irom a atake planted on tin- UcIiuim
Klver and known aa **K9"; lli.-uc.- coin u
chaina, thenco east so chains, ihence mm, te
chaina, Ihenco weal lorty chains, tl.,n~ r.��u
40 chaina, ihenc. weal 40 chaina lo lha |iUi��'d
commencemenl, containing 180 acrus tnurv ur m.
Daled September 12, 1911.
Pub. Sapt. tt.  JOHN RDTBSRF0RO llt'.'TTt
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ut iju-vn I'harata
Take notice that thirty daya (rom date, I c li
Balnier ol I'nnco Kupert, II. I'., hy .���wi/im'-e.
bookkeeper, intend lo upply lo llie n���,| -.��.
missioner of Lands lor a licence lu |iru>*ac. I>
coal and petroleum un and under e, tu at��� et
land on Uraham laland di-acnbtal a�� luili,.,.
Cummenelng at a poat planteel live milea eat
ol Coal Lea** No. 4lli7, murk.*,! . . li. ti. i_
Laeaac No. 1, N. E. corner, tlu-ncc araM mi cU���,
ihenco souin SO chaina, ttieun- ui yi cu_,
Ihence north 80 chaina lo place ot r immraianal
Dated Sepl. 11,1911 C. E. UAIM'LU, Ue.a
Pub. Sejpl 23.
Skeana Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Qu.vn t Uiavj
Tako notica lhal Ihirty daya Irum data, I. Cl
Balnier ol Prince Kupert, 11. I ., I>> aoa*|Mha
bookkeeper, Inland to apply lo the- Intel i��s-
miaalone-r of Landa tor a licence tu |iruepeel ht
coal and petroleum oo and under ulu acres at
land on Uraham laland deacribed aa lotlua,.
Commencing al a poal plant..! an mile, taa
ol Coal Leaae No. 44o7, marked t. I.. It. N a.
corner No. 2, thenco aoulh t,u rliaui., ti, t. aat
SU chaina, thence nonh 80 chain., tbe-ac. set.
80 chaina to plac of coii)m.'nc.-iin It
Dateel Sepl. 11,1911. C. E. liAIM'KII.Ltai*
Pub. Sepl. 2*1.
Skeana Land Dlatrlcl ���District ol t*u..-nIt-uka
lake nouce thai thirty elay. boat u.i.. 1.1.L
Bainter ol Prlnco Kupert, II. t . i>. .<r.***-et
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply lu Um I bai tsa-
mu-sione-r ol Landa lor a licence In i-r.-i-e*; ta
coal and petroleum on and under t-lu earn d
land on liraham laland doacnlaai ||
Commencing at a poat planted li.e aba net
ol Coal Laaa. No. 4476, markeai t . t.. i - ���>
corner of Coal Le-aeo No. 11, thenc aaa * m*\
thenca north 80 chaina, thence ��. - i*.-*a
thenco aouth Ml chaina U) place of c-.mtmiiuaaal
Dated SepL 11, 1911. C. E. ll.MMI.il. LeoW
Pub. Sepl. ti.
Skoena Land District -Dialrlcl of Que. n fhir�����
Take nolice that thirty day. Irum -iai.. 1.1 ��� t
Balnlcr of Prinoe Kupert, tl. C. b* .ecai.'ja
bookkeeper, inland to apply to tl-.- t t.at lea*
muaiuner ol Landa tor a licence tu i-r.*.|-prt la
coal and petroleum on and under t i" *tm d
land on Uraham laland d.-nrr.)-.-I Bl ll
Commencing at a poat planted B*a miiae-s
ol Ceial Leaae No. 44eb, mark.al t
corner Coal Leaao No. 4, thence- w.-i so ex*m
ihence north 60 cbaina, thenre ml -*" eta**
Ihence aouth 80 chaina to place ot ci.iii*r.r^*wtl.
Daled SepL II, 1911. C. E. MAIN I Lit. bceW
Pub. Sept. tt.
Skeena Land DUtricl���District ol Qtma xlsMf
1 ake notice thai ihirty daya Irum I
Hainter ol Prince Kupert, II. C, l-> .-eofaas
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply lo Ihe I
missioner ol Lancia lor a licence* lo
coal and petroleum on and tfadi r
land on Uraham laland deacrilaal ...
Commencing at a post planted t��" " ���" fi***
ol stake marked C. E. B. Coal Learn* *..' I.""""
N. E. cornar 0. E. B. Coal Lease -S". '���; tJJJ
aoulh 80 chaina, Ihenee weal 80 chains 'I*
north SO chains, ihence eaal 80 cha.n. te i-m*
Dated Sept. II, 1911.     S. E. UAIN'TI.U. LeU"
Pub. Sept. 29.
Skaana Land DUtriet -DUtricl ol gu.. n I k��*��
Tak* notice lhal thirty days ton
Bainter ol Princa Kupert. II. C,
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to me I .���*" *���**'
misaioner of Landa for a licenc
coal  and  petroleum  on  and  Undl
land on Uraham laland de*crilie-��l ** f' ""** ^.
Commencing at a po.1 plan" '
ol ft E. B. Coal 1-ee.e No. 3, mark. I *
N. W. corner Coal Leaae- No  ...
chaina, ihenca eaat   BO chain-,  it-  ���
chaina, tbence weat SO chaina lo plm ����� tm*
mencement. ., ,^_,
Daled Sept. 11, 1911.     Oe B. IIAIS   ! H.'*00**
Pub. Sept. S3
Skeana Und Diatrict���DUtrict of queen Charlott.
Taka notica that Auatin M. Brown of Princ*
Kopert, aaddler, Intenda to apply to the Chief
Commlaaionar of Unda and Worka for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following described landa on the Weat Coaat
of Graham laland:
Commanclng at a poat planted three milaa eaat
ot the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4469 thence
eaat 80 cbaina, thenee aouth 80 chaina. thence
weat B0 chaina, thance north 80 chaina to point of
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Taka notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert, aaddler, Intenda to apply to the Chlet
Commiaaioner ot Unda and Worka for a licence
to proapect (or eoal, oi] and petroleum on and
under the following deacrilied landa on the Weat
Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poet pl.nled three milea eaat
of tha northeaat corner of ft I. No. 4469 thence
aouth 80 rliatns, thenee SO chaina weat, thence B0
chaina north, thence 80 chaina eaat to point of
Located Auguat Iat, 1911. ""caior
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
the Chief CommU*toner of Unds and Works for
a licence to proapect tor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under iho following deacribed lands on the
Weat Coaat ot Graham Island:
Commeneing at a poat planteel three milea eaat
ol tha aoutheaat comer of ft L. No. 4476 thence
north 80 cbaina, thence east 80 chaina, thence aouth
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chaina to point of commencement.
Ucated Augutt let, 1911. *       "~��*��r
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Dirtrict-DUlrict nf Wi
Take noUce that thirty da.��� li
Hainter ol Prince  Kupert,  il. <      '     '1"2\m\
bookkeeper, Intend to apply t" .-���' ' '���'** \'Z
miaainner ot Unda lor a licence   t.' I''""1*!! .1
coal  and  petroleum  on  and  und.r  * ���'
land on Uraham laland descrilied a* loUoaa-
1    Commencing It a poet plant.-! lv
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. I, BUlW ���" .�����"";
Coal Leaae No. 7, thence nortii **" i
eaat  80 chaina,  thence aouth  ������"
weet B0 chains lo place ol coiiiii-
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAIM *�������� "*""
Puh. Sept. 23
Skeena Und DUtrict-Dlstrict-I'.'
Take nolice that thirty days Ittmn.xeJ.*-
Bainter of Prince Rupert, II. C '���!      ,",,-,.
bookkeeper, Intend to apply ." "'
mlaaloner ol Unda tor a llce-nre " '"" '"L 4
coal and petroleum on  and under '-i
land on Uraham laland deer-rib."!
Commencing at a poat plant.-I '
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 4, mar*"*' J *v JJ_��
C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 8, thence 11'"'''" !J���ts
thence wert flu chaina,  thenee - mesx.
thence eaat B0 chains lo place of can'-'      , .,, ������
DatedSept. II, 1911.    C. K SAW ���' ������������ ""
Pub. Sept 23
Skeena Und DUtrict���Dlatricl "I '1 <*** a"*'
lalanda , MaS
Take m.l ire that Auatin M   Bl
Rupert, aaddler. Intenda to applv x*s*  (ff<,
Commissioner ol Unda and Work. i>*r ���    ���|
to prospect lor coal, oil nnd !���""        a, ��a��
under the following deacrilied land" ""
Coaat of Uraham laland: n n i'e* *���*"
Commencing at a poat planted '*'���.'. ,r,^.
of tha southea t corner ot ft L. N"��� ' 'V   ��� t��
80 chains weal, thenoa 80 chains ���" f",*   ������:n< <*
chaina aaat, Ihence 80 chains sotitti to r
commencement. .. .....  la-eat*
AUSTIN M. l'1.*,ttN ,,w
Ucated Slat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skaena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of <l""'n c b"
Tako notice that Auatin M. Bin
���- * ���eti
Rupert, aaddlor. Intends  lo apt I)  '' '   qjtef-
Commisaloner of Unds and Work' "��������������*���
lo prospect tor coal, oil and |>elrolr>��" "" ,'.������,����� d
the following deacribed lands on the ��*"'
Graham Island: . ,���_,. mW
Commencing at a poat planted *'\", .\i mtt "
the southeast corner of C. L. No- ''."ikfrrt *,
chaini wost, thence 80 chains not h. n���i cl
chaina eaat, thence 80 chains sout�� ��  >
Located Augutt let. 1911.
Pub. Aug. It.
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LWC_7 *5iR05.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
[savoy hotel
Prudhomme & F>a��er
Frnser and Fifth St.
Th.' only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In rooms. Beat furnished houso north of
Vancouver. Rooms 60c
up, Phono 37. P.O.
Box 129.      :      :       ���
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
111  members of  the order in the city
nre requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
Comfortable Cottage
���looms, upstairs and 4 rooms
ground floor.  Lath and plast-
ed.   City water���$25 a month
kond Ave.
Princa Rupart. B.C
What Fashion Makers are Making Fashions Of
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Princess
Princess May
Monday, September 25th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria. Vancouver nnd Seattle
J. G. McNab General Agenl
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Itupert, S.S. Prince George
Mondays and Fridays. 8 a.m.
a. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas Kiver, antl Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prirce Rupert Mondays,  Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4  p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a fret-uent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto,  Montreal,  Quebec,   Halifax,
Boston, New York and I'liilu-
Atlantic Steamship bookings
via all lines.   Full informa-
tickets   obtained   from  the?
tion  and
office of
Ratine is one of the most
talked-of in the heavy materials,
not so expensive as those of the
camels-hair class, but effective
in suitable combinations, velvet
or broadcloth being prepared for
the purpose.
As for the shorter coat suits,
both pieces are of the mosi unique
cut and design, bows, sashes,
scarfs, braids and ornaments of
all sorts brought into service.
With iill this there is a certain
trigness about them, a clearly
defined outline, that adds very
much to the desirability and preserves their right to be called
"tailor-made." They are all
straight or show a slight inward
curve, and for the most part,
fasten with one or two buttons.
Very few models fasten .'ill the
way down.
Cutaways are popular, and there
is a great variety of them. After
them, the double-breasted elTeels
are in favor. Usually with these
there is a seam or ;>. line of iiini-
mii'g down the skirt that continues the opening of the coat
and gives an appearance of completeness that is lacking in most
coat and skirt suits.
Among new models niiijil be
mentioned the draped cutaway,
and one which fastens high over
thc bust at thc left side, with
both edges curved to a rounded
point at the centre back, then
faced all the waj on the outside,
with self-material.
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For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
..*����.a* *aj
This is a little section ot the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms tire invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will Iill a social need.
Massillon, O., Sept. 24.���Sauerkraut is to become not only the
staff, buia n agency for prolonging
life at the Massillon state hospital,
provided the theory of ;-. Cincinnati physician proves correct
after a thorough test.
The claim of the Cincinnati
doctor is that eating the dainty
will add to the years of the consumer.
in surplice fashion, a rosette of
narrow lace hiding the meeting
of surplice pieces at waist line.
The sleeves were made from one
tleep flounce of lace.
Oyster white lace was used for
the skirt of a charming evening
gown worn at a fashionable seashore hotel by ii well-known (Jiiak-
i-r City matron. Over the lace
skirt was a tunic of black and
white striped chiffon voile edged
with a band of plain violet .--ilk,
which in turn w.'.*- bordered with
a In id of jet embroidery. The
bodice wi's attractively put together with  the same material!
Will be Worn by Smartest
Women of Paris During This
Winter Season.
Paris, Sept. 27.���During the
"Grande Semaine" nt Trouville
one of the best-dressed IVrisieimes
informed her intimates under the
seal of secrecy that ihe sensation
of the winter season would be
the crinolines worn by the smartest
women of the capital.
In order to ascertain the facts,
a reporter called on M. Polret,
whose position as a "wizard of
fashion" enables him i<> speak
with authority.
"The   Great    Mogul   dress,   as
it has been christened, will, 1
promise you, be all the rage this
winter. The outstanding feature
about ii is the revival of the
crinoline. Hoops will be employed
at the bottom of the skirts, as
i,. our grandmothers' days, but
not in such exaggerated proportions. On the contrary, the new
crinolines will be very little wider
than the present skirts worn, and
the wearers will have perfect lib-
crty of movement. To the skin
will be attached the long tin ic
coining to the knees, thc two
biirg made in ore piece. As
regards trimmings, gold and silver
facings and braid will be used
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Fran/. Wiiczek, Purls und Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
===E.   EBY   Cx%   Co.e=e
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
The 1'rlneo Huiu-rt IMm; Nu. ills, Sona of
Enirlnnil. meets the llrst anil thlnl Tuesdavs in
each iniiiillt in the Sons of Knillaiid Hall, HID 2nd
Ave. at t p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec.
P. O. Hox H12. Prince Rupert
ERNF.ST A. WOODS, l'rosl.lent, llox 23
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Betwet-^Ttif & 8th Sts.   Prince R"Pert
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
of Brltllh Columbia
and Manitoba Bara.
of B.C., Ontario, Sae-
katchewan and Alberta Ban.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlce-Exchane-e block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth itreeU Prince Ruoert. 8
Funeral  Director and   Embalmer
Funeral Dlrcctora
3rd Ave. near Oth St. Phono No. 86
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Hotel Central %��� fttii:.
European and American plan, itenm
heated, modern convcnlencea. Kalea
tl.00 lo -S2.&0 per day. :
PrUl BUck
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines -.: Periodicals :: Newspapers
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operattona skilfully treated.   Gaa and
local anasthctlcs administered for the painleaa extraction of teeth.      Conaultatlon free.     Office*:
Helxerson Block. Prince Rupert. ii-12
Alex.M.Mniisiin 11. A..      W.E.WItllama.B.A., L.L.D
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. 0. BOX 23
1*1*1*11. or WM. POZON, Esq.. A.R.A.H., ion., end
Third Avenue also Water Street,
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamftttingand
Sheet Metal Work
Ofllce: 3rd Ave. Workshop*.
I'hone 171 2nd Ave. bet. Tth and Hth St..
Steward, Kaien Island Club,
Exchange Grill Cigar Stand, Windsor Hotel
|| General Admission
Steward, Kaien Island Club,
Exchange Grill Cigar Stand, Windsor Hotel
Reserved, Ringside   -   $3.00
WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER    27th,    1911
New Additional Plant for Electric Light Works Will be Purchased from American Firm,
and American Engineers will
Test Machinery.
Aid. Newton Again Alleges That
Costly Blunders Have Been
Made by the Engineering De-
partment and Blames Chief.
Reciprocity is not going to
happen now, but the City fo
Prince Rupert will nevertheless
purchase her additional plant for
the electric light works from over
the line. The machinery was
recommended by Superintendent
Ross of Seattle, who naturally
chose the product of a linn with
which he was familiar in the
Eastern Stales. Last night, however, the council found themselves
up against a new point not foreseen in connection with the pur-
chase of this plant. The engine
recommended by Mr. Ross is
supposed to be a great coal saver.
But the city wants a guarantee
of its efficiency. A test of the
plant is necessary before the city
can take il over definitely, and
as this test could be made here
only under imperfect conditions,
Engineer Ross recommends the
employment, for a fee of about
$100, of a New York firm of
expert engine testers whose thoroughly competent representative
would make a trip to the work*.
and see that the engine was up
to standard before shipment. This
test would have to be independent
of the local boilers of course, and
could hardly be a perfect test
for coal saving in Prince Rupert.
Superintendent Ross suggests a
clause in the purchase contract
stipulating that in the event of
the engine's nol coming up to
standard it shall be shipped and
run in Rupert until an engine
up to the standard is supplied to
replace it. The matter remains
in the hands of the electric light
committee, arrangements for the
test to be entrusted to thc city's
expert advisers in Seattle. The
extra plant is required without
"I am satisfied that Colonel
Davis is absolutely honest, and
tries to do the best for the city's
interests, but he does not seem
to me lo properly grasp the city's
needs so as to work for the besl
interests of the community.."
So said Alderman Newton last
night after charging the City Engineer with general incompetence
because his prices for various
works let to conrtactors were
Frequently ahead of several other
Alderman Hilditch defended the
engineering department, pointing
out that the City Engineer's prices
were usually midway between those
of the lowest and highest bidders,
and th;it he was sometimes lowest
bidder also.
"The News" Classified Ads.
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
City Fathers Agree to Lend the
Civic Decorative Flags to be
Used to Drape the Church at
Miss Craig's Wedding.
Picturesque Case This Morning
Over the Gambling Raid Saturday. All Kinds of Orientals
and Quaint Gambling Display.
Do/ens of Orientals filled the
police court this morning when
the Chinese gambling case came up
for trial. King Tai was there
beside I.. VV. Patmore who appears
for the Orientals. Mr. Peters
undertakes the prosecution. Chief
Vicki-r**, to whose vigilance the case
owes its presendce in the police
court had plenty of evidence of
play and tome >trong witnesses
iii Wpport the charge that play was
fur money, and that a rake off
had   been    taken.      But   in   the
entanglement of Oriental evidence
the thread ��'f the case got frequently curiously curled, and at noon
wiih ilu- cast- siill in progress it
was impossible to say which way
ilif  Magistrate's decision  might
AII the golden, red, black and
white spotted,  and silver appur-
tenances of a Chinese gambling
table littered the police court
tabic. After Constables Swasey
and McArthur had described the
raid "f King Tai's premises, and
the hurried grabbing up of coins,
and scuttling uf Chinamen in all
directions an Oriental named Hong
described lhe game of fan tan,
and picked mil at least ten of his
countrymen  in   the  crowd  whom
he declared had been gambling)
He mentioned a rake off of live
cents on lhe dollar which Mr.
Patmore disputed, and Mr. Peters
insisted    had lit-en    taken.      He
picked out  it man  Kwong whom
he   said   had arrived   in   Rupert
on    "n   boat with    ihree   pipes"
meaning the Rupert or the George.
A witness, l,i*i- Kit, in an English
summer suit  tried lo Smart  Alex
tlu- Interpreter bm  was brought
sternly t.i plain answers.
Mr. Morte H. Craig, whose
daughter is to be married on
Thursday, wrote last night to the
city council requesting permission
to use the civic bum ing to decorate the church for the wedding.
The request was granted, not
without some demur on the part
of Alderman Clayton and Alderman Kirkpatrick who rather doubted lhe wisdom of establishing the
precedent of lending out public
properly for a private ceremony.
Alderman Clayton felt rather
strongly that there was something
inappropriate in placing at the
disposal of Mr. Craig for his
daughter's marriage the city's L'n
ion Jacks and Canadian National
flags when he had reason to
believe that the very parlies row
concerned with this request were
not Canadian citizens, none too
loyal to the Briiish lli'g. and had
even been heard to disparage the
(lag of Britain saying that "Old
(".lory" was good enough for them.
Alderman Douglas, with one
of Ilis happy paternal inspirations,
pleasantly changed the tenor of
what seemed like patriotism grown
just a trifle small, by saying thiit
whatever the bride may have
been before her wedding, she would
it* a Canadian citizen after it as
she was marrying a Canadian.
"if they were my flags I'd give
them with a will for a wedding,"
he   exclaimed   with   enthusiasm.
Aid. Clayton moved thiit flags
be not lent. Alderman Smith
moved an amendment that they
be lent provided they were returned in good order. This was
seconded by Alderman Hilditch
and carried, so t,he brave old
Union  Jack of   Britain  with  the
Canadian emblem, will appropriately grace the union of hearts at
Thursday's wedding.
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Plate Glasa
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal BontU
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.���Houses and Rental.*.
Help Wanted
Wanted general servant, two servant Kirls kept.
Apply to Mrs. L. W. Patmore. 2t��l-t/
For Rent
ll *tmW***m**t*^s**\\
Tommy Maher, the Boxer from
Kitsumkalum Lake, Comes
into Town on Business.
Tommy Maher, the lightweight
it.xer who has recently made his
home ai Kitsumkalum Lake, is
in town today t" challenge the
frinncr of Wednesday night's boxing match, Tommy who ells
himself tin* undisputed lightweight
Furnished rooma with bath. Spoclal ratot by
thc week.   Talbot Houae. lf-i.-tf
Neatly Furnished rooma, gentlemen preferred.���
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma, Mra. Greenwood, Alder
Hlock- Third Ave. 178-ti
For Kent-Furnlahed rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. DiKl-.y Rooms, tith Ava. and Fulton
Street. tf
Fur Hent-Sona of Enirlami Hall, 819 2nd!Ave��� for
llancea. Fraternal Societies, Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 869 or phono 68. 186-tf
For Sale
M ���mil am** fcllOll t*} I**** *****
1 For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house, house*
l    hold K'khIs.   Near Prinoe Rupert.    A snap If
taken at once.   Addresa Box 368. ti*
Fur Sale-Irish Terrier don pups, pedigreed. ��rlt
ty. good companions, itood color. Goddard
Bros.. US Water St., Vancouver. 2li>-227
*%**** **J**a*********am
Do away with thiB.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FIRE! What Would it Mean to Yon?
Have you considered the loss and inconvenience
it would cause you? Such a thing i8 not only
possible but probable in any new city. In our
vault you will find the only absolute protection ���
for your valuables. Rent a safe deposit box today.   To-morrow it may be too late   -
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
We carry everything in the feed line, also uar-
den aeeda at the lowest market prices, at Collar! a
���jilt Feed Siure. Market l'iace
Prompt Delivery Phones 41 or 301
OUR Companies are noted fur prompt and just
nettlemenis. Wc write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
...Whites Portland Cement...
Phone 125       Naden Block       Second Ave
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
ami repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
''ailed for and delivered. Mrs Charles Perchcr,
' - .'���' Mm.I Ave.    Phone21*4 Red. tf
Lost and Found
- Lost���Ladles' watch in bracelet.   Reward bv re-
|    turning to Newa ofllce. tf
T.'.ki* notice thai the partnership
heretofore existing under the name
of Handasyde & Hun has ihis
day been dissolved and that i'll
accounts due the firm are to be
paid ;d ('. H. Handasyde. Jr., who
iill p. > till firm debts and contii ue
ilu- aforesaid business.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B. ('..
this day 26th of Sept. A. I). 1911.
ii;        C. II. HANDASYDE, Jr.
champion nf America .t.i Mexico,
has some jjooil mills tn his cri tlii
including EdddieSantryandJimmi
Barry whom hi- defeated in slum
order, lie alsn pulled <>lT a 10-
round draw with Young Corbetl
,'.t Cripple Creek.    Since then he
has been an instructor of physical
At   present   he   is   engaged   ii".
working three mineral claims up
.he lake, but the whisper that
a fight-fest was due proved too
much for him, and he will lie on
haiul in challenge the winner.
Baptist Church Ladies Aid Novel Plan Realised no Less Than
$125 Last Night. Was an
Immense Success.
Great Chance for the Local
Housewives at Shrubsalls' Tomorrow.
By special wire this afternoon
Shrubsall's Fish Market were
advised of a big shipment of
the finest preserving fruits consigned to them on the Prince
Rupert. They will arrive in
the morning. The shipment
includes peaches, plums, pears,
and all kinds of table and
preserving fruit. A special line
will be fine freestone peaches of
the choicest varieties at $1.10
a box.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
The Brotherhood Crescents v. I
Rcyals, at the Auditorium,'
to-night, September 26. Gamel
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents. Lhe last game of the|
Winners Saturday Night
Club 11.���B. F. Self.
" 12.���Jack Rnchford.
" 13.���A. Li Holtby.
" 14.���R. E. Harpin.
L. C. Macken.
" 16.���T. A. Parkin.
" 17.���J. C. McLeod.
Aldermen Douglas, Clayton and
Hilditch Have a Three Cornered Duel of Words.
"Alderman Douglas with his
usual thickheadedness keeps harping nt' Seventh street cut, while
I am referring to First avenue,
said Alderman Clayton it- council
last night.
"I   don't   think   I   i'lll   ore   bit
more thick-headed than Alderman
I Clayton," declared Alderman Dou.
glai with conviction cycii n the
fuzzy head of his colleague as if to
estimate iis density as he made
his reply.
Altlernian Hilditch summed up
the situation mercilessly thus:
"Sometimes a man can see a thing.
Sometimes h<* doesn't wan to see
a iliiiiR, and sometimes he fails
to see it when it is right undi t his
nose." This, with a contemptuous
glance al the alderman on his
For Rent    Furnished or un
furnished     rooms     (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
I Store.���H. S. Wallace. tf
Lively, and original as it was, the
plan of the Ladies .WA of the
Bl ptisi Church to hold a box
racial in the Mclntyre Hall last
nighl was crowned with real success. The ladies had kindly post*
poind iheir event to suit the
Salvation Army festival last week,
ami reaped abundantly the reward
of courtesy. A splendid crowd
attended, the contributors of boxes
provided lavishly for the pur
chasers, and some of the boxes
fetched as high its five dollars
Their contents, gund things fur
IWO, have every satisfaction, A
auctioneer, Mr. Frank Fllis was
witty and popular as ever, and the
ihanks of a pleased throng of
merrymakers were must heartily
;ucorded at the end of a delightful
evening's programme i<> the ladies,
and the pastor Rev. W. H. Mel.ioil
The Big Furniture Store
Main entrance 2nd Ave; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
V. r.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
Should City Pay Hospital Fees
for George Parks?
A letter frum George Parks,
the workman who was injured by-
it fallinK rock on retaining wall
construction, was read at the
council last night. This workman
while not demanding compensation exactingly find that as he
was only laid up fur abuut two
weeks ihe regular workman's insurance does not apply sufficiently
liberally to cover the expense
of his spell in hospital. He requests that the city bear this
fur him its the injury was caused
in regular city wurk through ho
fault uf his own. Referred lu the
finance committee.
Definition of a  "Cabin" will be
Included to Secure Fair Rates
City Solicitor Peters will draw
up a bylaw shortly covering the
water supply system with especial
regard to the rates chargeable
to single roomed dwellings called
"cabins." The term "cabin" has
ltd ni difficulty in ihis matter,
definition being required.
One lot, Block 122, Section 5,'Seventh
Avenue.   Price $800.   $400 cash.
One  lot,  Block  T,  Section  6,1 Fourth
Avenue, Harbor View.   Price $1350.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
��� Avenue.    Price $300 each.    $60 cash
i balance $25 per month.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.    Price  $600   pair,  one-half
Two lots, Block 61, Section 8, Kelliher
Street.   Price $175 each, $100 cash.
One   lot,   Block  7,   Section  8,  Tenth
Avenue.   Price $300, one-half cash.
Two lots, Block 38, Section 8, Justin
Street.   Price $500 pair, $300 cash.
One lot, Block 1,  Section 8, next to
it, corner, Eleventh Avenue.   Price $475,
$300 cash.
Four-room house, plastered, painted, best
harbor   view   in   city,   on   Ambrose
Avenue.    Price  $1837.    Cash  *600,
balance $30 per month.
Offices and Btores on Second Avenue and
Sixth Street.   Prices $35 to $75 per
Nicely furnished flat,  four rooms and
bath,   hot   and   cold   water,   corner
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avenue.     Price
$50 per month.
5 and 10 acres for garden trucking, tit
Kitsuinkiiluin.   Price $65 per acre.
10-acre tracts garden trucking at Kitselas.   Price $50 per acre.   Terms.
Three lots on Third  Avenue close to
business section, level, good lease.
$10 cash and $10 per month buys you a
Woodworth Waterworks
As soon as the surveys are completed fur the clearing aruund
Woodworth Lake prior to raising
the lake level, lenders will be
called fur. City Engineer Davis is
pressing ihis work un at iill possible speed.
Morse Creek Water
Tenders will probably be called
for in a few days to lay con-
necling   pipe   from   Morse   Creek
pumping plant to the junction as
this temporary water supply will
be net .led ihis winter.
Shipping at Rupert
Over the week end the C. P. R.
Princess Beatrice arrived from the
souili. The City of Seattle called.
and ilu* British Columbia brought
u cargo of coal,    i
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Wark's Closing
Jewelry Sale
Three Only, $6.00 Kitchen
Clocks $2.90
Three Only, $12.50 Mantle
Clocks $6.25
Dozens of Other Clocks at
One-half Price.
See the bargains in the West
Window today. Your choice
for $2.50
C. B. WARK & CO.
Third Avenue
M-1-.-n.i I,uml District���Diatrict of Queen Charlotto
Taku notice that thirty daya Irom date, I. C. E.
Bainter of I'rinco Uupm. II. (.'., hy occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to tho Chief Com-
mlMtiont-r of l*antln for a liconco lo prua|>ect for
coal and potroloum on and under M0 acroa of
land un tiraham Inland described aa followa:
Commencing at a post plantod two miloa north
of C. E. It. Coal Loaao No. IU, marked N. K.
corner C. I B. Coal Leaae No. 16, ihence aoulh
HU chaini<, thenco weat HO chaina, thenee north
HU ci..ut. . thonco eaat HO chaini to place of com
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. B. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. .Ii.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dlitrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date. 1, C. E.
Bainter of I'rinco Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Com*
missioner of Landa (or a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under (140 acrea of
land on (iraham laland descritted aa followa:
Commtnclng at a post planted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal l.e.e-e No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. !-. B. Coal Lease No. 17, thence aouth
HO chalnn, thence went mi chains, thence north HO
chains, thence eaat HO chaina to place of com
Dated Sepl. 11,1911.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
I'uh. Sept. 23.
���Skeena I-and DUUict���DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. E.
Bainter ol I'rince Itupert, B. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of Lands fnr a Licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acre* of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal I .-ease No. IH, thence south
HO chains, thence east HU chains, Ihence north 80
chains, thence wost 80 chains to place of com
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. HAINTEK. Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dislrict of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert, saddler by occupation, intends to apply
to thc Chief Commiaaioner of Landi and Works
for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the followinK described lands on the
West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post iilanted three milea oaat
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471 thence
south 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains, thenca
north 80 chains, thunce eaat 80 chaini to point
of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   DROWN,   Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Queen Charlott
Tako nolice that Austin M. Drown of Prince
Kupert, occupation saddler, Intonda to apply to
the Chief Commiasioner of Lands and Works for
a licenco to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum en
and under the following described landi on the
Wost Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantod three mllea east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thence
8U.chains west, thence 80 chains north, thence HO
chains east, thence HO chains south to point of
Located August 1st, 1811.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlott
Tako notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, Intendi to apply to
tho chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licenco to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on the
Weat Coast of Graham Island:
Beginning at a poat planted three milea east o
the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4474 thence 80
chains cast, tbence HO chains soulh thence 80
chains WBst, thonce 80 chains north to point of
, a       . xlPtaW M' ""OWN. Locate.
I unit nl August 1st, 1911.
Pub. An-*  17.
Skoena Land District -Dislrict ol Quasi Chi***..
Take) notice, lhat thirty din (r.un ,Ut.-, l.i* r
llaint.-r ol I'rlnce- Rupert, II. I'., by uceupaia,
bookkeeper, intond lo apply to tin- CiiiH c-e>
missioner of Land tor a licnc to pti��**eet |*
coal and pvlrole'utn on ami utuli-r ..lu acre* d
land on liraham laland describe*,! as lulloa-,:
CommoncinK at a poat planted ta.i mil-ecei
ol C. E. II. Coal Le'uae. No. 7, iinirh.il C. L&
Coal Loaao No. 12. thenc snuiti mi cl ar,., \uta
out till chaina, thence, north .-" chain*. ttav,
wesl til) chaina lo place ol ctmim.-tici-iier.t.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. B. ll.MNTl.lt, Locul
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlitrict of I*-.*., n I'tain I
Tako notice thai thirty dav. (rum data, l.c.t
Ilainler ol Prlnco lluperl, It. t .. |,:. ner.***.. I
bookkeeper, Intontl to apply to the Ihiet Ce*> I
mlaaiuncr ot Landa [ur a licnc l.i |itia*iett f.
cord and petroleum un anil utttl.-r ..|u ��o, d
land on liraham laland di-scnta-d a. lullo*.:
Commencing at a pust ptaiit.il tan mik. ucru I
ot C. E. II. Coal Lease- No. 7. murk. I S. tVera I
C. E.  II.  Coal laca-H. No.  1:1, th.-r.e.- aorU I
chains, Ihenco eul 80 chains, thine* miU il
chaina, Ihenco west  tiu chains lo plac* at m-
D.ted Se-pl. 11. 1911.     C. B. ll.MNTCU.Lca*. |
I'ub. SepU 83.
Skeona Land Diatrict -Di-trici ol ij...an IUrtsn I
Tako nolice lhat thirty da>. Irom .Lie, 1,CE.
Balnier o( I'rinco Itupert, ll t . bj -eni-*:*.
bookkeeper. Intend to apply tu tic .'heel C��
misaion.-r of la.nds for . licnc lo praMS Ir
eoal and petroleum on and nador Mi) euai [
land on Graham laland deacriU-1 ...:
Commencing .1 a |ii>st plant..) tan mil*Ma
ol C. E.  B. Coal Lew Nn 17,
corner C. K. 11. Co*U Lease* Nu :; Ifcol
Bt) chaina, thence- wc*t  Ml ckott *. I���-���
80 chaina, thenco eut tit) chain, t" phM
Dated Sept. 12. 1911.    C. E. IIMSTi.ll. Loaa |
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlslriet ol i|,.iv*il*Uita��
Take nolle* lhal dirty day. Irom data, LCI
Ilainler ol Prince Kupert. II
bookkeeper, intontl to apply 10 tt.- CaU lo
missioner ol Ijinds lor . lie-no* lo t-n*.*����l��
eoal and petroleum on .nd Uftdcf Ml .^*i
l.nd on Uraham lsalnd d.-cril- I oal
Commencing at * poat plant..! tan ir.u- tafll
ol C. E. II. Coal Leue No. I>. BOlM S ���
corner C. E. U. Co.1 Leas.- No. 14, UmuM
8U chains, thence eut 80 chair... ll.T.o t��
80 chaina, Ihenco wc*l 80 chains t.i pUw ul m
mencement. , ,
Dated Sepl- 12. 19"*    C. K. 11 MMI.lt.Leo*
Pub. S. i-i  23.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol i>.ti l hi)***)
Tako nolice th.t thirty ila>> lion "I u
llroderick of I'rince lluperl. B ' , bl *****
bulk manager, Intond to .ppl.v lo tt,' * m*A*
misaioner of Lands lor a luvi...       ;'   -
coal and petroleum on and  uador   str*s
land on Graham laland dcscrtl*.-! n
Commencing at > poal plant.-l t���� m**m
ol C. E. II. Co ai Leue No. IT. markel i_
corner A. T. B. Co.1 Leue No. 24, ll���"""
80 chaina. Ihence eut 80 chain.. IbeOOl wai"
ch.ina, thenco weat 80 chains u l-'-sf <������ **
mencment. .__ ,    .
DaleelSept. 12, 1911. t     1    I--*:*'-*>���*���*
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeen. Und DUtrict -DUtrict ol'.'
T.ke nollco ih��t thirty days lr.nn dal��I *���*
llroderick 3 Prince Itupert. II. t . h '*rjf*
bank manager, Intend to .pply <" 0* *2**1Z
misaioner ol Unda for a licenc t" I*"*!**"'
co.1 and petroleum on and un.l.-r ''in ts-*'
l.nd on G��h.m laland deacrilieal a I.-lies*).
Commencing .1 . posl plnaled t��" "J"?7?
ol C. E.  B. Cool  Uaae  No. -'". xi'Slml XsJ-
corner A. T. B. Coal Uase N-
80 chaina,  Ihence  weat 80 chair.-. mmjS
80 chaina, Ihenco eut 80 chain- t.. |.1����* �����*���*
mencement. .. ...  ,_,rf
A. T. BKODEIIU k. I��>w
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. B. WW*
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict -Di.tnri pl *���"*���**}_!
Tako nolice thai thirty da;.- I -
llroderick ol Prince- lt.ij--.rt. II. l.i
bank manager, intend to apply t
miaaioner ol UntU for u licnc-
coal and  petroleum on and un-i* f
land on Graham laland dosenla i .  -
Commencing at a i>o��l plan:-
ol C. E. B. Co.l Uaae No. 21. ''���������"*.:-
corner ol A. T.  B. Coal  I ���.. ���   x    *     ...
weal 80 chains,  thenco north  *" '"���"'*.*,
out 80 chaina, thence soulh *���') * *>'-' "
uf commencement. , ,,, ... , ^i
A. T. IHU'I'I I-l-,'-���,'���*
DatedSept. 12, 1911. A. I - I    I*"**"***1"
Pub. Sepl. 23. i-
Skeen. Und DUtrlct-Dlatllct "I 'I1",1',,- |
T.ke nolice th.t thirty dues Iran lJ,'^a_
Balnier ol Prince Hupert,  II. I *,  ���', ^ i*
Lands lor a lie
misaioner of Unda lor o'licnc.   '" \["s��,s
eoal and petroleum on and uinl.-r 11
land un Graham Island deacrib-l " """"j-rf
Commencing at a post plimtc-l . *-' ^j
ol Co.1 Leue No. 4471, mark.al i f""Jf��
N. E. corner Coal 1-ease* N.-. '.'.'..
chains, thonce weat 80 chain*. ''���'.    'j �����
chains, thence eut 80 chain, x* l'->���
mencement. ..   ,., IV rnt Ltfl**
DaleelSept. 11, 1911.    C. B. BAIHWe
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ..I li-"*'"' ? ci
Take notice that thirty days ''.''"V ..J���***
Ilainler ol I'rince Itupert. B. ���-������',>r!5fCe��
bookkeeper, Intnd to apply f ""'   ���,.,��*��� I��
issloner of Unda for a licnc t" I"*[_, i
-jal and  petroleum on and  e.ei.I* r   j
land on Grah.m Island describe.! ��-J���'��� ; ,�����*
Commencing at a post plan.��**l
ol C. E. B. Coal Lcoso No. 1'
eorner C. E. B. No. 10, Ihenc
larkiil V
suuth ���
ihence wnt 80 chains, thenc n"
thonce eut 80 chains to place ol '���:""'..!], ice)*
DaleelSept. 11,1911.    C. E. It UMt*-**'**"
Pub.Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���District of Qj"
; 00
Take notico that thirty days fr"'-'��
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. ' *.
,.turner OI  I nnce nuueri, .-��� ������������     ,    ,,,,ir.l""' ,
keeper, Intond to apply lo the 11���)- ' *' ,| ol
of Landa lor a licence to |>rn.|>''' '". ,,ECi ea
petroleum on and under til.i in'."
Graham Island deacribed as lull'".'��� nllI_, ttw
Commencing at a posl platitfi " i* n'fi*
of C. E. B. Coal Uaso No 8, m��r''''' ���, ������lt J
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. Hi l","t- n���nh *
chains, thence wast 80 chtiln'. '""','" ���f it*
chains, thence eut 80 chains lo l"��
mencment. _      . i-vrTKH. La"*1
Dated Sept. 11, 1011.    C. E. BAIN I '*"*
Pub. Sept. 28. .uM
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict <*l QUJJJ^ :(*.t
coal and petroleum on and  -������
land on Graham Island imtrlb* ! ���',,,, mill- ***
Commencing at n post plant-"' . u (,,-v
of 0. E. B. Co.1 Lw No. 8, niii;"' *,' no-ili J
C. B, B. Co.1 Leaae No. II. ' "�� wuili *
chains, thence woat 80 chains, n."' ����������.���
chains, thenco eut 80 chain, w f
mencement. _   ��� , ,a-Ti;ll.l*0<*
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. E. BAIN����"
I'ub. Sopt. 23. x'tisl***
Skeen. Land District-District ol *K"   |,C_-
Take nolice that thirty d��V�� r',,,"| ' ,,cnT''���
Hainter ol Prlnco Rupert, B. �� ������ ' ���>,-|11,( xif
liookkeeper, intend to apply '" ' .,r���.Prtt '*[
missioner of L.nda tor a licence i" i)0 >rr* ��
coal and petroleum on and unit'' ,. ,.,;
land on Graham laland described "'    , ���,-*,��"��
Commencing at a post plon""1 "V���| i*. I *_
of C. E. 11. Coal Uaie No. 10, >' "*; ���,. tW*
t:oal Leaae No. 16, thonce north ��' ' * ,n<��
woat 80 chaina, thonco south *��������� * ; ���,.
east 80 chains to place ol B""ffffuTER, t0*^
Dateel Sept. 11, Mil. C. E. BAIN""1'
Pub. Sept. 23.


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