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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Sept. 6
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The , daily News4
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II. NO. 203
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, September 7, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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GCHANNEL
ADVISED THE MEN TO
MARRY AMERICAN GIRLS
Mayor Manson Makes a Novel Contribution to Mr.
Clements' Anti-Reciprocity Campaign���Some
Queer Advice to Prince Rupert Audience
Pour rows of empty seals confronted the Conservative platfrom.
party ard the candidate, H. S.
Clements, when thc curtain went
up at the meeting held lasi right
in the Empress Theatre. Six or
eighl rows had been reserved for
ladies, hm <miy a sprinkling of
ilu* sex attended to hear Mr.
I Clements' time-worn expressions
uf gratification at seeing "so many
l.'iiii - present."
Alderman Dr. Clayton presided
I over the meeting, ard "that heaven
hum orator" as Alderman Douglas
calls him, made a capable chair-
l man.   In his introductory remarks
In* extended an invitation to Mr.
Duncan Ross, Mr. J. S. Cowper
m any of Mr. Ross's represents-
| tin- to come on to the platform.
Mr.   kflfcs is up  river, and  Mr.
���Cowpcr was at Stewart so they
|w. re unable to grace the occasion.
Thc Mayor wa.s there, and he
] made   a   very   patriotic   Speech,
|w.i\ing the  Hag  in  correct  Con-
crvativc style.   He told the au-
Idicnce  that  he  had   picked   his
I wit.*   from   amongst   the   pretty
American girls, and advised  the
| in en of the audience to go and do
likewise.
Mr. Clcniei ,s himself spoke for
ii|iii.e a lung time, and spoke
[rather fast. After touching on
���reciprocity for a moment he skip
ped off to attack the present
naval policy. He declared himself in favor of Canada's presenting
to Great Britain a new Dread-
naught to be followed by others.
��� In ir tended mitigation no doubt
of his recent humbling through
Hansard at the hands of Mr.
Duncan Ross, Mr. Clements saiil
that lie could find places in Hansard where Sir Wilfrid Laurier
had said reciprocity was an old
policy. Maintaining that the
"astute Americans" whom he loved
as brothers, were only trying to
get Canada's raw materials Mr.
Clements concluded by telling the
ladies how much the crockery of
an icebreaker on the St. Lawrence
had cost several years ago. The
sum was over two thousand dollars
and the ladies laughed all right.
Mr. Clements implied that under
Conservative rule the crockery
would not have cost quite so much.
R. B. Young of yueen Charlotte
City in a short speech closed thi'
meeting. Hc declared that though
himself an American by birth, he
had his doubts of his countrymen's
intentions regarding the reciprocity pact. Quite lhe best part of
thc meeting was the singing of
Cod Save the King at lhc end.
The chairman started it in too
high a key, but someone saved lhe
situation.
I WAR SITUATION
ISJELIEVED
I Peaceable Settlement of Moroccan Trouble is Hoped for
Today,
STAND NO NONSENSE
Government will Withdraw
from Fisheries Agreement
���with U. S.
HELPING MR. BORDEN TO FLY
Hon. Robt. Rogers at the Tank���"We don't seem to be helping him any, Dick, but at any rate
we're out of danger ourselves."
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris,  Sep,.  7.���Tension  over
I the Moroccan  situation has been
[somewhat relieved today l>> im*
Iprcmions derived from Berlin ard
I from    *i:ii i. 1   quarters   i.i   Paris
1 h..t an agreement is more likely
I since lhe French proposals have
l'.i' read by ilu* Emperor and the
Imperial Chancellor.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 7.���Owing lo the
failure of ihe United States to
live up to the conditions of ihe
Fisheries Treaty of 1908, and the
intolerable condition created thereby, ilu- Government has decided
to withdraw from the agreement.
The treaty affects the regulation
of fishing both in coast ai-d inland
waters.
IMPORTANT NEW BRIDGE
! NEAR LAKELSE VALLEY
Mr. George Little   Starts Gangs Makitffc Trail  and
Bridge from Littleton to Lakelse Road   Settlers
Pleased at Improvement���Provincial Government Road Work Being Stopped
Good news for the pre-emptors
and seltiers in thc Lakelse Valley
nil dislrict  is contained  in  the
announcement that  Mr. George
Little, owner of the Littleton
lowiisite, has begun to construct
at Ilis own expense a bridge and
approaches across the river just
opposite Littleton to join the
lakelse Road. Work began on
Monday morning. A trail is being
made   from    the   depot    site   al
Littelton to the main channel al
Skeena Kerry. From there a foot
bridge will be constructed to llic
islands in the Slue, and tlience the
'rail will lead by another bridge
���i.r.iss to the Likelse Road.
Settlers in the district are very
glad  to see  this work begun  for
all Provincial Government work
Is now being shui down, and the
men are being taken off the road
making.    It will In- some time ol
course before the Little Canyon
Bridge  is  completed  and  mean
while the advantage of the bridge
over to Littleton is a great one,
at'd will be .he means of encouraging the development of the district
this fall. Accounts of conditions
in the Lakelse Valley and district
this summer are very good indeed.
So far from the weather's having
been rainy, reports all agree that
never was better weather experienced.
In beautifully dry and sunny
weather fruit has been ripening to
perfection, and owning to the
presence of abundant springs in
the valley there has been little
danger from drought. All the
settlers are unanimously enthusiastic aliout their prospects, and
Mr. C. J. Muller who has some
Inu* farm land there with his
neighbors feels sure that extensive
development of this whole district as a fruit growing, mixed
and dairy farming country and
market gradening tract is certain.
DUNCAN ROSS AND H. S. CLEMENTS
WERE BOTH DULY NOMINATED TODAY
Mr. Ross's Nomination Was Supported by Over a Hundred Leading Men of the
District���Both Candidates Were Away Campaigning��� Mr.  Ross is Up the
Skeena. and the Vancouver Candidate on His Way to Stewart
HERBERT S. CLEMENTS,
of S35 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C., Broker
DUNCAN ROSS,
of Hazelton, B.C., Railway Contractor
NEW CITY HALL REACHES
DEFINITE WORKING STAGE
Site Settled for Fulton Street, Near Third Avenue���
Excavation for $15,000 Building to be Started
at Once by Day Labor
During the whole of the session
of the council yesterday afternoon
Alderman Newton was remarkably
silent. Only unci* in the two
hours was his voice heard, and then
merely as a. protest against the
new city hall not being erected
on the site ihat he himself, without
the support of any other member
of the council, had said ihat it
should be ere .-ted.
Aldermsn Hilditch, chairman of
the committee on public works,
reported that lhe committee were
of opinion that no time should be
lost in proceeding will) die erection of the city hall, and gave
his reasons for suggesting such
expediency. The site selected is
next to the Wallace Block on
Fulton street antl the cost of the
building is limited   to  115,000.
For ihis price it is hoped a building can be erected ihat will serve
all municipal purposes for the next
ten years.
Alderman Hilditch saiil thc council might build a one-story building
the full size of the lot, or a two
story building .ha, would have to
In* much smaller. The frontage
on Kill inn street is sixty feet,
and the alderman produced a
plan of one story and two basements. The first of these would
be 20 x 00 feci, the second 40 x 00
feci, and the third 100 x 00 feel.
The  lower  rooms  could   be  usi d
for jail, police courts and all
purposes connected wiih the police
and fire departments, aid thc
tloor above for the council chamber, library and some of the civic
offices.
The ma]) was carefully gone over
and the opinion arrival at that the
excavation could be begun at
once and the details of ihe plans
be decided upon and worked out
by the architect in the meantime.
Alderman Smith moved that the
excavation be done by days work
and that the superintendent of
public works have charge of it,
and this motion carried.
Before it was put to vote,
however, Alderman Ntwton had
a few words lo say. He fully
realized at a former meeting of
the council, he saitl, that he was
"ot [classed." He had then pro-
posed that ihe site for thc city
hall should be at die top of Kullon
street bin he had not had even a
seconder. Alter that overwhelming
defeat he was rot going io make
ary further objection-, but he
must still say that a. mistake was
being made in not building lhc
city hall on the more elevated
spot, where il would be prominent
and catch the eye of the newcomer to the cily.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 053. tf
Prompt on the stroke of two
o'clock this afternoon, Deputy
Returning Officer F. Cs. Dawson
declared the nominations to be
doted for the House of Commons
scat in Comox-Atlin. Neither
candidate was present in lhc Court
House for thc ceremony, ���hough
RUM y of their supporters gathered
for thc fray. Mr. Ross was
speeding on his way to Hazclion
to address a. meeting, while Mr.
Clements was on his way to
Stewart with like intent.
Thc returning officer, F. (',.
Dawson, sat nt the court house
from noon lo two to receive nominations. Orly two were made,
lhat of Herbert S. Clemen is of
Vancouver, whose signature was
at tested to by his agent William
Duncan, who handed in a list of
names; that of Duncan Ross of
Hazelton, C. V. Bennett appearing
as his agent antl handing in the
following list of seconders of the
nomination.
Wm. T. Kergin, Alfred John
Morris, D. ('.. Stewart, R. A.
Stalker, Alfred Stork, Thomas Tro-
ticr, C. V. Bennett, Donald McLeod, Willinm P. Lynch, P. W.
Anderson, F. H. Mobley, Win. S.
Hall, S. P. McMordie. J. I..
Mitchell, A. Finnic, Duncan C.
McRae, Victor J. Tomkins, J. Y.
Rochester, C. K. Kearns, Thomas
W. Dunn, Frank A. Ellis, H. T.
Titus, I.. W. Patmore, James
McNulty, W. E. Williams. J. A.
Munro, J. II. Pillsbury, D. H.
Morrison, Wm. Wstson, Ray C.
Bowers, II. B. Campbell, Ernest
Flexman, John Hoskins. Kenneth
A. Sheraton, J. E. Lsrldn, William
Craig, P. I. Palmer, Kenneth
Munro, J. I.i.rne McLircn, Ruben
oooooooooooooo
WHERE MR ROSS WILL
SPEAK
Following     are     Mr.
Duncan     Ross's     campaign dates:
O   Sept.   S Hazelton.
O 9 Aldermere.
o 10 Hazelton.
O 11 Kitsumkalum.
O 12 Prince Rupert.
O 13, 14, 15, Naden
O Harbor,   Port
O Simpson, Port
O' Nelson      and
o Kincolith.
O 16 Stewart,
o From Sept. 17 to the
O close of the campaign
O Mr. Ross will visit
O points in the Prince Ru-
O pert district including
O Porcher Island.
O
\. McMordie. H. F. McRae,
William Denholm, E. C. Reitchel,
(i. C. Emmerson, IL Ward, Ed.
H. Mortimer,A.J.Gsllsnd, B.C.
Moore,S. D. MacDonald. R.J. 1).
Smith,   C.   W.   Nickerson,   Neil
MacDonald, J.  Leggett, Walter
B. Harper, K. K. Bowness, Chaih-
A.   Vaughan,   C.    B.    I.ockhart.
Frank D. Keeley, Geo. o. Denton.
J. Neville, S. K. Parker, Malcolm
McLeod, C. L. Monroe, John H.
Sweder, L. A. Barlieau, W. J.
MacKeizie. William Angle, James
McRae, Dan Jaliour, Janus Ja-
Imur, Thomas McMeekin. Harvey
Krascr, John Curry, Antonio Chris-
tiano, Roliert Chrysial, IL W.
Blakley. J. J. Sloan. G. Ilanncn,
John A. Lindsay, Joseph R. Lindsay, Oeorgc J. Krizzcll. Roy L.
Moore, D. MrCiillough, T. H.
Arm il, A. J. Phillipson. Pal O'Brien
C. W. Peck. I). M. Moore. Kenneth Smith. Austin 11. Brown.
Louis Astori, Alex H. Mcpherson.
Thomas   Holmes,   Athol   Krascr.
Ernest  Woodworth.  Homer  K.
Kreeman, Peler A. I.orensen, J. A.
Redmond.
FALSELY REPORTED
l, has been falsely reported thai
C. B. Wark & Co., jewelers, had
made an assignment. This is
absolutily untrue, as ihe company
is in a sound financial condition
and are simply closing out their
stock here, rather than move il
to  Vancouver  where   they  will
open up a first class s.ore.
The sde advertised on another
page is a Straight bona tide salt-
where their entire stock of high
class goods will U* sold a; a great
sacrifice.
LAURIER GOT
BIG RECEPTION
People of Collingwood Turned
Out en Masse to Hear Liberal Leader.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 7.-Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was accorded a magnificent
reception last night when he visited
the town of Collingwood. Practically the whole town turned out
en masse to cheer the great Liberal
leader, who made a magnificent
speech in exposition of the reciprocity question.
SWIMMER SUCCEEDS AT LAST
ON CROSS-CHANNEL SWIM
Wm. T. Burgess, on  His Sixteenth Attempt, Accomplishes Great  Feat ��� Was in Water 24 Hours
and Covered Sixty Miles   His Last
Attempt
Left for Stewart
Mayor Manson left on the Prince
Rupert this morning for Slewart
to introduce 11. S. Clements to
the Conservative voters al lhal
point. The party will return on
the launch Cloyah.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Deal. England, Sept. 7.- (in Ilis
sixteenth attempt William T. Burgess, ilu* famous Yorkshire long
distance swimmer, yesterday succeeded in swimming the English
channel.
Entering ihe waler in lhe early
morning, Burgess swam without
stopping all day and night until
early nexi morning when he touched land again. In lhe Iwcnty-
four hours he was in lhe water,
fighting the tide and currents lo
CTOM ihe .weiity-i.i'i* mile channel,
he swam altogether si\iy tuilis.
Before entering the Water, Burgess announced ihat if he failed
this time he would never try again.
On each of tin- fifteen previous
attempts   he   had   got   within   a EsqulmaU Horror     I
f.w miles of lhe French coast,! Victoria, Sept. 7.���(Special)���
lull COUld 1'". overcome the t.dclMre. Arthur Nicks of l-.squim.alt
on the Other side. 1WS1  burned  to  death  last  night
The only  otitl r  man   io  havclwhcii her home was desiyored by
succeeded in die feat was Captain fire.
Webb win. swam the channel in
1878, a few years before meeting
his death at Niagara. FTar.Ce
-hares in the glory of Burgess' feat,
SS he recently became a naturalised
Krci-chmaii.
EIGHTY-ONE DROWNED
Chilian  Steamer Wrecked  Off
South American Coast
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Sept. 7.--Thc
Chilean steamer Lucapcil, trading
on the west coast of South America,
is reported wrecked and a total
loss. Eighty-One persona were
drowned.
ujmsA THE D.-ULY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and lhe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES���Te Cansds, United State* ami Mexico- Daily, 50c
par month, or 16.00 per year, Inadvance. Wsskly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries���Dllly, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance
States will be reopened to the products which our people desire most
to send there.
"A fair measure of reciprocity is what we desire, and we have no
doubt that that can be obtained without undue sacrifices."
Local Conservatives who have the slightest regard for consistency
are forced at the coining election to choose between the traditional
policies of Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir John Thompson, and the
ephemeral "agin the Government" policy of Mr. R. L. Borden.
NOTES AND COMMENTS
rK.WSU'.Nl' DISPLAY iVDVERTISINQ-80 cents per inch,
on application.
Contract rates
HEAP OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave.. Prince Rupert. B.  C,    Telephone 88.
BRANCH OFFICES! AND AGENCIES
Hsw Toss���Nations! Newspaper Bureau. U9 East 23rd St.
Skattle   Puget Sound New* Co.
New York City.
The Riordan Papaer Company of Quebec stands to g, ir 190,000
per annum in trade with the United States should reciprocit> carry.
The manager of the company recently wrote a letter to tlu c verrment
: stating this. The letter was read in Parliament. George H. Perley,
chief Conservative whip, is a large shareholder in the compan) and
he does not know whether to be most angry with thc minister who
read the letter aloud or at the manager who sent it.   Facts are sotne-
Londok, BHOLAOT-Tht Cloaghsr Syadleate, Qrsnd Trunk Building. Trafalgar   nmos -wkwurd things.
Square.
Citixens who heard  Mr
Daily EDITION.
Thomas
WHY CONSERVATIVES SHOULD SUPPORT RECIPROCITY
Why every Conservative should vote for reciprocity is apparent.
Every follower of Sir John A. Macdonald, to be consistent, should
support this reciprocity agreement for all In- is worth. Coming .is
an admonition from tlu- grave are these words, delivered in the last
election campaign of tluir great leader at Toronto. February 21. 1881:
"It has bee.i said in the opposition press that we have been rather
changing our views. A- Sir Charles Tupper has explained, we have
1... ������ consistent with regard to all questions relating io the fiscal policy
ami the development of trade and the industries of Cansds. We havt
never varied. Our policy is quite consistent with the desire to extend
our trade to all nations of the earth, including our neighbors across
the border,
"We have offered to the United States to negotiate like tw sensible natiot - - : getting mutual trade. And what d.x- Mr
Blaim sav ���   11. savs    I think nn i ught to have a kisis to neg itiate
Dunn's denunciation of Mr.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 7 H. S. Clements as a man whose attitude towards Prince Ruperl is such
��� .      . . that he couldn't stay in the dty, ai d couldn't find name- bad enough
for it when he went down below, may find further food f. r thought
by glancing at the imprint of a Vancouver printing hints. . t ihe foot
of the Clements' posters now adorning our light poles. Prince Ruperl
has five printing establishments���Mr. Clements didn't k* i �� tht I ol
course. To him Prince Rupirt is merely a nick in the backwoods
compared with his beloved Vancouver.
LAURIER AT COBOURG
Bourassa Tries to Speak at Hull
Amid Disorder
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 7^-At Cobourg
Sir Wilfrid Laurier spoke ,o an
enthusiastic audience of five thou-|
sand. Rcciprociiy. he said, was
of particular benefit to the fanners
and thereby through them the
whole country woud benefit.
R. L. Borden speaking at St.
John. N. B., claimed the Coast
cities would lose their trade by a
diversion of the trade south through
reciprocity.
Bourassa addressed a meeting al
Hull, which was marked by much
disturbance and disorder.
Clifford Sifton addressed a big
meeting in this city.
���pOOD   PRINTING*
^*^^   Is a Persistent "Influence" Exert-     ^^
ed  in Your Behalf"
���MM
Even* bit of printing that goe9 out to serve vou makes "Some
Rinil of an Impression." Poor printing; will leave it pu(Jr in,.
pression of its user as surely as would poor clothes, or poor
store or shop or office. "Good" print inn; will leave upon ever.*
mind an impression wholly favorable of its user.
Even if but one in a thoasand of these "Impressions " really tips
the scales for business, for orders, for you "Good Printin*/ "
will have thus paid for itself I .
FOR   HtOH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE "NEWS Jlllt"
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Acenue
PRESS DEGENERATION
A Traitor to Canada
Sir Richard Cartwright. who is
a. master of English, said this in
the Canadian Parliament some
years ago:
"I hold any man in this country,
be his place >>r position what  it
mav. who chooses to foster that
the   beginning   of   this   polm-Ml. foojis*! ;,:il sj||y pri.jmlicc which1
campaign I expected ii would W lX\^>w themindsof some portion
Bruce" Tells to What  Base afflicted with a delirium of P&t-L{ our people ssjsiust our kinsmen
Uses One Has Come riotism  .ind  that  it- annexation *n  .j10  United States,  is  in   the
  howl would rise- to the clouds, j^^t degree a traitor*-* traitor
Vancouver's morning paper is and it h.is lived up to my ex- to Carada, a traitor to the British
a newspaper run to seed.    It is pectsdons.    But its ;. wer ar.d
no news efficiency; its front-page value as a newspaper and a party
make-up is like  the arrangmenl orgsn has gone.   It i- n. I a news-
of the epitaph aon a tombstone, nd paper of the iotelle t   il cl
.**-*m.."iM>^i|r>
Do You Want
Value for
Your Money ?
i
Why not eat  luncheon  and dinner
at thc
Exchange : Grill
The  Price  35   cent. IS   RIGHT   j
and the cuisine and service up to our  |
well established standard i
|   MILf
MILNER & BOWNESS    -   PROPS,   i
Empire, ai d a traitor to the British
race."
Another Editor Candidate
���rmcrlv
Langford Beats Jeanette
New Y.-rk. Sept. 7.���(SpeciaQ���
In .1 ten round decision tight Sam
Langford. the List Nova Scotiaa,
'   Ua. lesnette.   Langford had the
n. w
The hs.ht went the limit.
Forging Car Tickets
Winnipeg. Sept. 7.���(Special)���
Charles Warren has been arrested
charged with forgirg ar.d uttering
4.$00 street car tickets.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
And Mr. Blaine went further, so . i v ..- was he to meet our vkws. its  editorial   page  i-  about   as Saturda) Sunset.
II, -aid thai after the 4th of March he would agree to meet the British colorful .is a rainy day.   This pan
minis gati m from Canada to consider the question, and of the paper is a smudge of graj
that i- the position in which the nutter st.n-.ds now." .ind has as much of the personal     Mr. W. A. Budu
  equation   a.*   a   rubber     stamp, of the St. Thomas' J ..rial, .
I:      her words. Sir John A. MacdonaW's Governmeni ir 1891, Just now it is repeating with theieditor of the Lethbridge Herald. ���
he newspapers supporting it, looked upon a reciprocity which mechanics! whine of a phonograph has resigned his seat in the Local
would exclude manufactured articles ss a boon to Cansds, and even the ieady-to-weer arguments ag-jLegislature   of AIU        nd is to
I to be on the eve of securing it.   Such a reciprocity is that jsinst   reciprocity  and   screaming be tlu  Liberal car    late agairst
which the Laurier Government has now achieved, and it is one which "annexation" like a parrot,    li Mr. M ���.:.-.h.
Conservative voters can support . | the pods with, ut U-trg untrue to sprinkle* its pages ri h    a	
party traditions. news sbout the progress ������:  the     Th,   ;w,,  ordinal -es   recently
  c impugn. x ���l.\ up, ������ o. tf.e bel re the coue-
In this same election campaign Sir John Thompson, then minister     Formerly a -we)l--*cc��ducted i  ws-      yesterdav       n      , when for-
ofjustiot i-a.-.':-.< M    : ���  ld< bine t. issued a manifesto stating paper, a tribune of the  ��� mat steps reretaka for obtaining
Hie Gov which I sm a member, is appealing co tht with news free from urdue '    - pproval o-f   he -s-me.     Recinrocity has been asked for '
country with a policy which we believe will U heartily aid. rsevl by it h.is degenerated.   It r<* '. r.ger Ai the same time Mayor MansonI,
..'.���,, .... . .    . - , . . ,   ,  bv even * government ever in pouvr
a great majority of the electors.   We have made to thc l.. v-.rr.nur*. can claim as an asset the ded hi* offida   sigraturi '.���'.".
of thi I ��� ited States, through       Government of Great Britain, pro- respect of all; iti   longer*   stht   he - h ao nq��i it* iK*ir ^n*"*-1** ar,i ** j"1'*' ��W��*ed by
posall '���'���"> in tr.ule. which we have good reason to beUevi fashions if.  tl     ghl  for pees he -.ilw.y com-  R* *- Bordv-n st the behest of th.t
will Tisult in an arrange! which the markets *:' the United stderable bus    r of -it!pan) .high tariff interests
OFFICERS:
HM  T KERGIS. M D.. President DAVID H. HAYS. Isl VicePres
M. J. HOBIS, 2nd VicePres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER. Secretary-Treasurer C. B. PETERSON. Ass't.-Managtr
Executor and Administrator Recehrer or Assignee Farm Lands and Mine
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Estate      Escrou: Agents
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
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Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes Collation
SAVINGS DEPAR'TME.WT, 4 percent, on Deposits
W. anil b. *, :. aa.. i to .-.*���-������ any Inqatri*. mmrdin** invntm.nu In Princ* Ruwrt
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OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Class Goods only.
Give us vour next order for a
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Closing  Out The  Entire Stock
We are today beginning to place in the hands of our customers the large stock we loath to pack and move we prefer giving away our profits and simply hand you the
stock at factor," prices���some much below.    This splendid stock must go and we are only listing a very few of the hundreds of bargains we are offering.
Do You Want a Watch?    If so, Come in. Will you be Buying Wedding Gifts?    Save 100 per cent. Today
Will You be Doing Christmas Shopping?   Shop Today. DON'T WAIT.   THIS STOCK WON'T LAST
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CUT GLASS
$20,000 Cut Glass Bowls $13.25
16.00 9.25
15.00 9.95
12.50 7.00
$22.50 Cut Glass Fern Pots 14.20
16.50 9.70
14.00 6.90
$28.50 Cut Glass Lamps $18.95
28.50 17.00
One Only Cut Glass Rose Jar
Regular $18.50 for $10.50
$40.00 Cut Glass Vases $28.00
36.00 22.60
SOME   OF   TODAY'S   BARGAINS
$25.00 Cut Glass Vases       14.90   $400   Silk   Umbrellas
And Hundred at Other Values
As Great
2.40    $2.75   Silk   Umbrellas        2.00   $12.00   Silk   Umbrellas      8.50
PARASOLS AND
UMBRELLAS
26.50 Val. Silk UmbrelUs
$17.90
24.50    '      "
16.90
16.00
10.90
16.50
10.40
20.00   "      "
10.75
22.50           '*
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14.20
6.00   "      "
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3.40
SPECIAL LINE OF
CUT BOWLS
THURSDAY $3.15
2.50
4.50
$15.00   Gents
for	
$22.50   Gents
for	
$2.50    Gents
for	
Walking
Walking
Walking
1.95
3.10
Sticks
$9.90
Sticks
$12.90
Sticks
$1.25
MANTLE CLOCKS
$72.50 Hall Chime Clock   $44.00
40.00 400-Day Clocks        18.50
$38.50   Library    Chime   Clock
for  23.25
17.50  Mantel   Clocks     $10.50
20.00 ...  12.00
15.00 " "...    9.00
10.00 "...    6.00
12.50 " ...    7.50
8.00 "...    4.95
13.50 Office Clocks 8.50
7.50       "      4.50
$1.75 $2.50   and   $3.00   Alarm
Clocks for 95c.
$100 Alarm Clocks        50c
Many Other Clocks not Listed
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The  stock is  still  untouched.      There   are   hundreds   of   articles  you will  need  and you  cannot  afford  to  wait.      This  Great
Sale will not last very many days.
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Third Avenue
Prince Rupert
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V.  F. 0. GAMHI.E
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
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-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
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BudweiSCr Beer, We are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double 00 Whiskey
Guarunteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
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P.O. Bu 577
)ouble Weekly Service
I.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
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for Stewart, Thursdays at 8 a.m.
Prince  John sails for   Port   Simpson,   Nans   River,   Masset,    Naden
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nl fir:
(���seen Charlotte Island  points,   Sat*
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Railway Service to Copper River
nxed tr.iins from Prince Rupert Wed
11 ���   :...- nnd Saturdays,   1  p.m.,   re-
I turning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
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���The Grand Trunk Railway Sy.tem
f i ���  :;ni* with trains from thc Pacific
I     operates a frequent and conven-
Tit service of luxurious trains over its
able track route  between  Chicago,
ronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
rtlantl, Boston, New York and Phila-
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|''. Cuast service ��� Famous Princess
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Princess Royal
Friday, September Sth, el 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver .nil Seattle
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Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
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For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Fret Employment Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
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SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfitting and
Sheet Metal Work
Ofllce: 3rd Ave. Workshop:
Phon.171 2nd A vc. bet. 7th and Sth SU.
w. j. McCutcheon
, ,  Carrie, complete slock of Drug*.   Special
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Pre-emption* & Purchase*
Located in Lakelse and Naas
River Valleys. Address "Locators," Box No. 989.
Gasoline Launches,
Row   Boat.
1 and Canoe.
For Hire by Hour or Day
-BOATS BUILT AND REPA1RSD-
H. Minium       Can Creek        P.O. tu 187
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fince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
���������"very Tuesday Evening
11 members of  the  order in the city
WO requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE, N. G.
J. W. JACKSON, Sec.
little's NEWS Agency
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PARS  ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tran.fer Agent.
Order, promptly fl11��d.   Price, reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phon. SS
For Sale: �������������� ��'���'���'��'�� ���r'wi'1'
bargain.
61 foot frontage at a
Close to Fulton Street.
Wanted to Trade:
Improved property in Sectioc 1 for
resident property.
Vex*.   Rant*   Furnished  apart-
rOr   Kent.    ment.     Good view.
$20 n month.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
NOW is the time to buy a lot or two in
Fort George on easy plan. Please
call for information and free maps.
One more lot on Summit avenue at $500.
Good terms.
Money to Loan.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Skeuna Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Coaat Ramie 6
Take notice ihat E. H. G. Miller of Falmouth,
Kng., occupatiun surveyor, Intimda to apply (or
fiermiiulon  to  purchatie  the  following  deacribed
anda:
Commencing at a pout planted at tho N. W. Corner of Lot 440(1, thunce wuat hii chlana, thonce aouth
'in chaina, thuncu etui nu chalnn, thunce north 20
chaina to tho point of commencement containing
Hill acrua morH or lean.
Dated Auguat ll., 11)11. E, H. G. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 26. p, M. Miller, Agent
Skeona Land District -District of Coaat Rango 6
Tako notice that Herbort J. Mackie of Pembroke, Ont., occupation lumberman. Intonda to
apply for purmiialon to purchaso the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing ut a oust planted on the left bank
of the Zymotioita or /im-a-got-Us River, at aouthweat corner ol l*��t 170(i, thonce northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Lot lVOii, 80 chaina
moro or leaa, to thu northweat corner of aald Lot
1706, thonco winterly and southerly, following
tho leftjhank of aaid river, HO chains more or loaa to
point of commencement containing 160 acraa
more or leaa.
Located August 19, 1911.
Dated August 21, 1911.    HKUHKUT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clomenta, Agent
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Rango V
Tak* notice that I, George Kline of Towner,
North Dakota, U. 8. A., farmor, intend to apply
for permiaalon to purchaae the following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the aouthweat corner oi Lot 2287, thence eaat 80 chains,
thence aouth 40 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence aouth 40 chains, thence woat 40 chaina,
thenca north 80 chaina to point of commencement
containing 480 acroa moro or loss.
Dated July 15, 1911 GEORGE KIMB
Pub. July 25. Fred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Range V
. Take notice that I, Peter Laraon of Towner,
North Dakota, 1 . S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permiaaion to purchaaa the following deacribed
Unas:
Commencing at a post plantod at tho aoutheaat corner of Lot 1729, thence aouth 80 chaina,
thenee weat 40 chains, thenca north 80 chains,
thenoe eaat 40 chaina to point of commencement.
Datod July 16, 1911. PETKR LARSEN
Pub July 25, 1911. Frod E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUlrict of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Adolph 11. ChrUtianaon of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation attornoy-
al-luw, Inlend io apply for permission to purchaae
tho following deacrlbod landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about ono and
one-half mllea (1 1-2) northeast of tne head of
Trout River on the west aide of Lakelso Lake,
and about 6 chaina (rum the lake-front, thence
aouth 80 chaina, thenca waat 80 chaina, thence
north 80 chains, thenoe eaat 80 chaina to point
of commencement.
ADOLPH If. CHRISTIANSON
Dated June 30. 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaalar
Take notice that I, James Millar Johnaton o(
Stewart, H. C, occupation ���tort-keeper, Intend to
apply  for permiaalon  to purchaae the  following
deacrlbod landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about one mile
north (rom the Naaa river and about nine miles
above the forka of tbo Naaa rivar, thenoe north 80
chains, tbence weat 80 chains, thenoa eouth 80
chains, ihence cast 80 chaina to point of commencement, containing 640 acrea mora or loss.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 1911. Frank Si.ln.-y Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict or Caaalar
Taka notioe that 1, Mary Carlo of Suwart,
D. C, occupation married woman, intend to apply
(or permUalon to purchaae tba following daaenbad
Unci:
Commendnf at a post planted two (2) milaa
aouth and (2) two miloa wast o( tbe (orka of tha
White and Flat rivers, thence 80 chains north,
thenee 80 chalu weat, thence 80 ehalna south
thenoe KO chaina oaat.
Datod April 20, 1911. MARY CAR1N
Pub. May 18. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skaena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that I FrancU S. Proston of i'rince
Rupert,  H.  (.'., occupation prospector, intend to
apply (or permUalon to  purchase tbe  foUowing
deacribed landiy
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles south and two mllea west of the (orka ol
the White and Flat riven, thence aouth 80 cbaina
thence eaat 80 chains, tnence north 60 cbaina,
thenca weal 80 chains.
Dated April 20, 1911. FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub Af ay 13
Coast Land District-District of Skeena
Take notice that I, Paul Brendler, of
Porcher Island, occupation farmer, intend to apply for permission to lease
the following foresnore: Commencing
at a post planted about 12 feet from the
location post of lot 1301 on Porcher Island, thence in a southerly direction
following high water mark 1200 feet;
thence west to low water mark; thence
northerly following low water mark
1200 feet; thence east to point of commencement
PAUL BRENDLKR.
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March 11
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     I
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THE COSY CORNER -
This Ib a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladles of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
TAFFETA AND LACE
Here is a model just over from
Berlin showing the new fashion
fancy, viz., lace, the new sort
'taffeta and velvet all combined
in one gown, and what a Btunr.ing
combination ihey make. To be
sure ii is a gown designed only for
dressy occasions, lint the idea is
e splendid ore for theatre wear,
dinners, luncheons, etc., The skirt
is made entirely of heavy lace over
orange satin. Tunic and bodice
are silver gray taffeta, with one
rcver of lace and ihe other of
velvet. The tunic is caught r.t
the waist' line on left sitle with
a buckle of topaz, set with rhine-
siorcs.
COAL   NOTICE
Skeena Und Diatrict-DUtrlct ol Queen Charlott*
lalanda
T.k* notice th.t Austin M. Brawn ol Princ.
Hupert, saddler by occup.tion, InUnd. to .pply
to the Chiel Commiaalonor ol Land, .nd Works
(or . licence to prospect lor co.1, oil and petroleum
on and under tne (ollowing dc*er1b��d land, on the
WMt CoMl ol Gr.h.m I aland:
Commenelns .t a post plantod three mile, out
ol the northeut corner ol C. L. No. 4171 thence
south 80 ch.ina, thence wost 80 chains, thenc*
north SO chaina, thence eut B0 ch.ina to point
of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,   Locator
Ucated Annual 1st, 1011.
I'ub. Au(. 19.
Skaen. Land District���DUtrict ol Queen Ch.rlotl.
lalanda
Tak. mil ice th.t Auatin M. Brawn ol Princ.
Itupert, occup.tion uddler, Intend, to .pply to
the Chtel Commlaaioner ol Lands .nd Works lor .
licence to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the lollownig described landa on tha
Weat Cout ol I'raham laland:
Commsnclng at . post pl.nted thre* miles eut
ol th. MUlheut corner ol C. L. No. 4470 thenc.
north 80 chaina, ihence ��ut 80 chains, thenc.
aouth 80 chaina, thenc. wnt 80 chaina to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Ucated Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Princ.
Rupert, aaddler. InUnda to apply to the Chio!
Commiaaioner ol Landa and Worka (or a licence
to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following described Unds on the West Coast
1.1.i '
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ol the northeut corner ol C I.. No. 4469 thence
of Graham laland
Commencing at a poat plantod thrae miles esst
eut 80 chaina, thenc. aouth 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 ehalna, thence north 80 chaina to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
I/ocsted Augujt Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, uddler, Intenda to applv to the Chiel
CommUaioner of Landa and Works for a licence
to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the (ollowing deacribed landa on the Weat
Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mile, eut
of th. northeut corner of C. L. No. 4469 thence
aouth 80 chaina, thenoe 80 ch.ln. weat, thenc. 80
chaina north, thenc 80 chaina eut t.* point of
common cement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Loettor
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take nolice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Hupert, oceupatlon uddler, Intenda to apply to
the Chief CommUaioner of Lands and Worka for
a licence to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the lollowlng deecribed landa on tha
Weat Coast ol Graham laland:
Commencing at R poat planted three mlirs eut
ol th. southeast corner of C. L. No. 44711 thenee
north 80 ch.ina, thance eaat 80 chaina, thenca aoulh
kii chains, th.nc. we>t 80 chaina to point ol con*
menc.rn.nt, ^^ M   DR0WN   ^^
LonUd Augtut IM, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeen. Und DUtrlct���District ol Quoen Charlollo
Inland*
Tak. notice th.t Auatin M. Brown ol Princ.
Hupert, occupation uddler, intenda to .pply to
tho Chief Commlsiloner o( Unds and Worka (or
a licence to proapect (or coal, oil and petroloum
on and under the (ollowing deacribed landa on the
West Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mllea eut
of th. aoutheaat comer of C. L. No. 4475 thonce
80 chaina weat, thence 80 chaina north, 80 chains
east, thenc 80 ch.ln. MUth to point o( commencment.
AUSTIN M, BROWN, Lowtor
Loealod Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
WOMEN OF JAPAN
Chrysanthemum Girls are Asserting Themselves Today
It is rot generally known thai
the Japanese women were not
always subservient as they arc
today. From the eighth to the
sixteenth century the men and
women were as clsoely associated
as English people arc toda*,. They
met together, sang for each oilier,
excharged letters, wrote poetry
ad in general had good limes on
equal footing.
The constant warfare of four
hundred years gradually charged
these conditions. The influence
ard teaching of China brought
about thc idea in Japan that
women should take a lower place
in tin- sicca! scale than men, and
that il would be wise for them
lo remain unnoticed as much as
possible. They should be entirely
domestic and only unfaithful wives
and iiiidutiful daughters should
care to be seen oul .if doors. These
ideas too kgratlual root and finally
gave the Japanese woman the
position which she practically holds
today. Men and women have
lived really separate lives except
in the married life of the home.
Twentieth  century  ideas and
intercourse with Western countries
have brought about influences
which will undoubtedly restore
to the Japanese women their old
time equality. The Japanese women themselves are awakening
to their possibilities and asking
for means for their accomplishment.
The Lady Major
Major   Belle   Reynolds   is  said
to   be   the   only   woman   in   the
United States holding a military
officer's  commission,    She  now
lives at Santa. Barbara, Cai., and
she received her commission in
Illinois from ('.(.vernor Yates for
her heroism al the battle of Shilo.
She recently attended the fifteenth
anniversary of her reginicnl, the
Sever teen lh Illinois.
KITCHEN HINTS
Each One is Worth a Second
Look
Hardly any better dusiii g cloth
can be found .han the old-fashioned
red bandana handkercl lef.
ooo
If an oven is too hot, the tempera., ure may be I..wend by opening the lid of the range a trifle.
ooo
When making panned oysters it
is essential to have the pan piping
hot before putting anything into
it.
ooo
When making BWcct croquettes
add a. little sugar to lhe crumbs in
which tlu* croquettes are to be
rolled.
ooo
A pinch of soda added to water
in which tough meat or vegetables
are boiled will make them more
tender.
ooo
Pans greased with butter will
make the bottom crust of pics
sofi ard flaky and prevent them
from bei.'g soggy.
ooo
Celery can be much inproved by
soaking it for an hour in cold
water in which a lemon has been
squeezed.
ooo
Instead of using soap and water
to polish painted surfaces, boll
a pound of bran in a gallon of
water and strain It.
OOO
To clean a copper kettle, rub it
with powderetl bath brick and
[MUaffin tald polish with dry brick-
dusi or whiting.
OOO
If bread is wrapped in paraffin
paper as soon as it is taken from
the oven it will keep fresh and
moist much longer.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ul Coaat Hunge V
Take notice thut Jesse M. Tallmun of Cedar;
Rapids,   Iowa,   occuputlon   luwyer,   intends   to
apply   (or p.-imi���   to  purclinao tlio following
described lauds:
CommuncinK ut i. post planted on tin* southerly | ���
shoro ot  Kutzyiniuuoti  Inlet  on  lho  riislit  bank
of u small stream flowing into suid Inlet juat oaat i
of Crow  I.uke.    ThtnOfl south HO chains, thence ���
woat 20 chuins moru or lea.*, to thu ahoru linu of I
Crow   l.nlie,   thonco   northerly   und  euHlerly   following thu ahun* lines of Crow I.uko, thu Inlet
to  Crow  Lake und   Kutzoymutocn   Inlet  to  the
place  of  commencement,  sonttlnlni  forty  ucrus
more or Iciui.    Located .\ni:u-i 7, 11111.
Duted Aug. II, I'Jll. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeona Und District���District of Coasl Kange 5
Tuke   notico  that   Suruh   D.   Alton   of   I'rincu
Rupert,  occupation  nurse,  intunds to upply fur
Kurmiaaion to purchuae thu fullowlng duacribud
inda:
Commonclng at a post planted ut thu Northwest corner 140 chains easterly (sliiihtly north)
from tho northeast corner of Lol llll. lllurvuy
Survey) Cout District, lUnuu V, thuncu no chains
eut, tnoncu 80 chuins south, thenc 40 chains
west, thencu 40 chuina nurth, thuncu 40 chains
west, tlieni-e 40 chuins north tu posl uf cum-
mencment cunlainjni; ISO acrus moru or less.
D.ted Juno 14, 11111. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 15. Kred Iiuhlur, Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Coast Rungu r,
Taku note that Union) Sowoll Hull uf Prince
Rupert, 11, C. occupation locomotive engineer,
intenda to apply fur permission to purchasu the
(ollowing described lands:
Commencini; ut a post plumed on the north
bank o( tho Zimugotitz Hlver abuut throe 111)
mile, distant (upslruum) in u westerly direction
(rom tho junction o( thu Liltlu Zimogotiu River
and tho main /.imonutitz Hiver, thence north 40
chaina, thenc wost 40 chuina, thenc aouth 40
chains, thenc eaat 40 chuins tu post ol commencment containing 1.10 acres moru or leas.
Hul.il June V, 1911. LIN I������llHDSKWAl.l. HKI.l.
Pub. July 8. Geo. H. Putnam, Agent
Caaaiar   Und   DUtrict���District   ol   Skeena
Taku notlc that 1, Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occuputlon broker, intend to apply (or permlsaion
to purchase tho (ollowing dottribudr lands:
Commoncing at u pust plantud un tho ahore
In . northerly direction Irom I'ort Nelson Cannery
marked L. K.'a S. E. Corner, thenc 20 chaina
north, thenc 20 chnins wust, thenc 20 chaina
south to shore line, thenc along tho shore to
point ol commencement, contuining 40 acroa mora
or loaa.
Dated June 10, 1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Colllaon. Agant
Skoena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Cout Rango V
Take notie that I, IVter Erickson ol Princ
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply (or permiaaion
to purcnaae tho following descriU'd landa:
Commencing at n post planted on tho north
bank of Williams ir..k where Ihu ruilway right-
of-way crosses and '1 chains back from thu creek
bank, thenc south *10 chains, thenc eut 40
chain., thenc north 110 chains, thenc wost 40
chaina to point of emmonramont.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Kred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und District-District of Cuast llnniro 5
Take notice that 1. Alexander Clacher, uf Dear-
horn, Manitoba, occupation farmer, intend to
apply for permission tu purchasu the folluwinK:
described lands:
CommencinK al a post planted at the south
west corner of lot 30(15. district of Coast. Ramie .**.,
a tuated about 5 1-2 mllea in a aouth easterly direction from Breckenridltu Undinir. marked A.
C. north west curner; thence south Ml chains,
thence east 80 chains, thc.ce north im chains
moru or lesa to aouth east eorner of lut 3IH12,
thence west 40 chains moreor leas to south west
corner uf lot 3062, thence north 20 chnins more
or leaa to south east corner uf lut 3U05. thence
weat 40 chains more or leaa to point of commencement, ounuinlnif 560 acrus more or less.
ALEXANDER CLACHER
Donald Clacher, Agent
Date June 2nd. 1911
Pl.b. June 2Uh. 1911
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Su-
and Manitoba Bare. katchaw.n   .nd Al
bert. Bara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third .venue and
Slxth'atreet. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. <i, HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Ail dental otjerations skilfully treated. Gu and
local anastheltcs administered for th. painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Olllcrs:
Helirerson Block. Prince Ruuert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson n.*..     W.E.WIIllams.n.A., I..I..D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rnrii. or wu. roxoN. Esq.. a.r.ah.."i on., km:
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
SLUMBERLAND
Blinkety, blink, blinkety blink.
Little  white   eyelids  dropping,
dropping,
Blinkety, blink, blinkety blink,
Tired  wee  tongue  is stopping,
slopping.
Fairies are near, fairies are near!
"Soft drowsy secrets are telling,
telling;
Fairies are j'car, close to his ear-
Breezes from dreamland are swelling, swelling.
Tired wee head, seeking its bed
Op the wee shoulder is drooping,
drooping,
Strong arms a.round him, circling
surround him���
For   the  dear   load   someone's
stooping, stooping.
Dear little heart, soft lips apart,
Stealthily   someone   is   kissing,
kissing.
Sleep   while  you   will,   yet   when
you're still.
In the hushed room something's
missing, missing.
Amy B. Campbell
QUEENS CAR
Luxurious Auto in Which British Royalty Drives
Skeen* Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Cout Range V
T.ke notie that I, John  Evenaon o[  Princ
Rupert, laborer, intend to apply (or permission
to purchaae tho (ollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the aoutheut corner of Lot 4415, thenc north 80 chains'
thenc cut 00 chains, thenc south 80 chaina,
thenc wuat 60 chains to puint of commencment.
Dated July 13, Itll. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 25. Kred K. Cuwell, Agent I
Skeen. Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Cout lUnge V
T.ke notie that 1, Benjamin A. FUh of Towner,
N.   I' .   occupation   merchant,   inlend  to   apply
lor permiaaion to purchuau thu following doscrllH.il I
Unas:
Comm.ncing nt . post planted on the eut
boundary and about li.<* chaina from the ..unheal corner of Lol 4484, thenc nurth 60 chains,
thenc oast 30 chaina, thenc aouth GO chains,
thenc wust 30 chains to jiuint of commencment.
Dated June 24, 191-. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. It. .1 E. Cowoll. Agent
keena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Gout Range 5
Tako   notlc   that   Stanley   Green   ot   Princ
Rupert, B. C, occupation minor, intends to apply
lor permiaaion lo purchaa. tho following de*crilN*d
land:
Commencing .t . port pUnled 40 chaina aoulh
and 40 chain, weat of the northweat corner of
Ut 1733, Ukelse Valley, DUtrict of Coaat Range
5, thenc weal 40 chaina, thenc aouth 80 chains,
thenc eut 40 chains, thenc north SO chain, to
��olnt ot commencment.
Uked Juno 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July li. Locator
Skeen. Und District-District of Csniir
T.ke notlc that I. Thomaa Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter.  Inlend  to apply
for permlsaion to purchase the following deacribed lsnd.
Commencing nl a posl planted about one mile
south from the mouth of Falls creek and about
150 feet bock from the beach, thence 80 chain,
north, thence 40 chains west, thence HO ehaina
.outh, thence eaat 40 chaina to point of eommencement. conUining .:.:*' acre, more or le.a.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th. lull.    Charles Webster Calhoun.
Pub. Aug. 5th. Agent.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout Rang. V
'lake   nolic  that   1.   Paul   Hagen   ol   Princ
Rupert, laborer, intend to apply for p-Brmtaeion
to purchaae the (ollowing doacribed landa:
Commencing at a post plantad on the north
bank o( WUliama Creek about 50 chaina aoutheaat (rom R. It., thenc aouth 49 chains, thenc
Mat 40 chaina, thenc north 40 chain., thenc
watt 40 ch.ina to point of emmencment.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL HAGEN
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowril, Agent
THE IROQUOIS
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English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Fran: Wilciek. Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . H.  C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Rupert Lodge. No. 318. Sona of
Enxl.nd. meet, the Aral and third I'ue.-lay. In
each month In the Sona of England Hall, 2nd Ave.
��t 8 p.m
F. V. CLARK. S**.,
P. O. Box 812. Princ Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. 1're.ident. Box 21
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Betweenn7th & 8th Sts.    Prmce RuPert
Ski-a-tui l,��ri.I hi-liii t    Di-tii.t of Count Itaniri* fi '
Take nutlca i Imt Terry M. Miller of I'rince Rupert, B.C., occuputlon Civil Engineer, Intemli to
���pply for permiiilon to pun-hue the following
ilrf inU-.l landa:
Commencing at a pott planted on the left tiank
of McNeil Kiver at north wept corner uf lut MM I
It. V , thence cant A> chalnn more or leu to went- ,
erly boundary <>f timber limit Mfi (old number
4-n.l*--! thence northerly following aaid wentcrlv |
boundary uf timber limit 60 chaini morn or leu i
to north went corner uf aafd timlrer limit,  thence 11
westerly 20 chaini* more or l< -���*.  lo left hank of
McNeil  Hiver. thence noutherly following  aald
left bank uf McNeil River (W chaina more ur lew*
to point uf commencement, containing 1(K) acrea |
more or lean.
I'LKCY M. MILLKK.
I���:. Klexman, Agent
Uate June lit. lull
Pub. July lU.ltfll
Skeena Land DiMrict���District of Coaiit Ilange ''
Taka notice that It. t* Miller ol Tipton. I.n****
land, occupation farmor, Intendii to apply for
imt mi-win ii to purcbaae thc folluwing dcacribv*!
landi:
Commencing at a post planted about f>0 chain*
waat from the N. VV. Corner of I*ot 440ft, thence
north 40 chalnn, thence went 20 chain*, thence
���outh 40 chalnn, thenc* east 20 chain* to (he
point of commencement containing eighty acrcn
more or lean.
Uated Augunl IP, 1911. It   ft M1IXKK
Pub. Auf. 26. Pi M. Miller, Aitent
Skeena Land Dlitrict    DUtrlct of (out Kange fi
idon,
E. L. FISHER
Funaral   Diraclor and   Embalmer
CHARGES HEASONAHLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. KMIIAI.MF.1LS
Funeral   Directors
:.; .1 Ave. ii.'iir tith St. I'hone Na 8S
Queen Mary's automobile is equ* ,..,,,,
** �� ���, T**�� notice th.t Frank S. Miller ol lorn
lOOed  Willi  I'.  tCP.  Il.-'.skfi.      1 III' Ci<r    Ens., occupation civil en.ln.er, '.tends to apply
r*' lor permlsaion to purchase the followlnit dr.cnhr.1
is on Knglish make, pi'ii'li'il (,'rt'fii,  land.:
" i     Commenelns at a post planted al the N. L.
Corner o( Lot 28, Ihenee norlh 20 chaina, Ihenc*
weat 20 chain., thenco south 20 chains, thence
eaat 20 chaina lo point ol commencement, containing 40 acre, more or lea..
Dated Au|u��t IS, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, A��*nt
and the mouldings arc black, The
principal scat is for two persons
with a rather long foltling scat in
fropl hinged to the hack of the
driver's seal. The interior is
lined with green morocco to inaleh
the paint, ar.d the filiit-gs are
of mother of pearl .-'.nd die mountings of brass. The Queer's crown
and cipher are cinlil.'/.orcd on the
door, in the hack panels and on
the dash.
Skeena Land Dintrict.
District of Coast, Range f>.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of I'rince Kupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
nortii bank of the Zim-o-got-iU river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river and the main
Zim-o-got-it7. river, and marked Wm. j
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 411 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
..Grand Hotel..
Working-nan's Home
Spring Beils, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
GEO. BRODERIUS. Propri.tor
Hotel Central &81&3
European and American plan, ateam
heated, modern conveniences. Rat***
���1.00 to ��2.SO per day. :
P*t*r Black
Notice to Creditors
The   Knglish-borp   ftre   gelling
wise tO the fact thai these jingoes
opposing rei Iprodly never as much 14(* c.mini. m*�����rf ���<������*�� ���**1-*'*k *<m��� -*"c
.   ' ' ., , . ., of river to post of commencement, eon
To cure the slirg of wasp or as lifted a finger for the Mother* I wining 180 acres mora or less
lice, mix common earth with water land   in   all   thc   years   of   their Wm. KRA.Nt;��s N'<'"(''-h<,N'
Vlt'O,    lv.    I Utln.lll,   iljrt III.
and apply at once.
power in Canada.
I Dated July 17, 1911.
Take Notice tbat all creditors of H. H.
Morton  are  required  to  send In their
I claims properly proved In accordance
with the  Creditors'  Trust Deeds Act,
I to Williams & Manson, solicitors for
thc Assignee, 'on or before the 21st day
of September, 1911, after which date
the assignee will proceed to distribute
the estate among the creditors.
D. G. STUART, Assignee. THE DAILY NEWS
LATEST NEWS OF
JUNEAU FIRE
Passengers on City of Seattle
This Morning Believed Number of Dead in Hotel Ruins
May Reach Eighteen.
Mary strolled down to the
duck* this morning to meet the City
of Sua. ih- from the north, in the
hope thai sin- would bring some
further details of the terrible hotel
lire al Juneau. But the ship's
officers could only corroborate the
occurrences without .-ildirg any
additional details,
The    City   of   St'.'i.le   was   ...
Juneau wharf the day after the
tire for less than an hour. It was
all over then but the search for
bodies was going on, au excited
crowd surrounding the smouldering
ruins. There was then reported
to be three bodies recovered. A'
Wganrel the next morning they
learned by wire that seven bodies
had lieen rccovreeil, which is substantially what the News received
by wire.
Among the few passengers going
through from Juneau only descriptions of the horrors of the
calamity were obtained, with no
additional names of those lost.
They variously estimated the number of deatl al from twelve lo
eighteen, including those who were
fatally injured.
'What was ihe cause of the
tin*!'" remarked an old pioneer
from Douglas Island, "the people
havefgot to find <>ui. They were
too busy sifting the ruins for
dead when we left."
Twelve injured are slid to be
in lhe Juneau hospital, the lives
of nearly one-half of whom are
despaired of.
SKEENA PACK "
IS BIG ONE
Northern Fisheries are Bigger
Than Ever Says Inspector
Williams.
Mr. John T. Williams, ihe Dominion lns*��eclor of Fisheries, is
in pa.rt today with the cruiser
Falcon, ou his way to investigate
some re]>orte<l seizures on thc
N.1.1-.
Asked by a News reporter if
ihe fears that the salmon pack
would lie light this year were
warranted, Mr. Williams said ihat
the pack for the Skeena antl Naaa
districts were bigger lhan ever.
"I cannot sjn-ak of ihe south
districts, but only of my own.
Last year the Skeena river pack
wa- 'J2U,(MHI cms; this year il is
approximately '.'i.'i.(Kin uses.   On
1 BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Spokane 3, Vancouver 3; eleven
innings.
Seal tie 3, Tacoma 0.
Victoria 4,3; Portland 1.0.
National League
Chicago 9, St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia 8. Brooklyn 3.
Pittsburg 4, l; Cincinnati 3. ti.
American League
Washington ti, New York '2.
Deiroit 3, 0;  Boston 4. 3.
Philadelphia 5,4j Pittsburg 3, '2.
Pacific Coast League
l.os Angeles 2, Oakland fi!
Vernon 4. San Francisco 3.
Portland 0, Sacramento 1.
I
"The News" Classified Ads,   j Ross & Reciprocity
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
Committee Rooms are Open Every
Evening
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Marine
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Contractors' and Personal Bonds
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THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COHPANY.
l'.S.--Houses and Rentals.
Washington   Lumbermen   are
Arranging a $50,000,000 Jack- TAX  RATE TO BE
pot.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Aberdeen, Wash., Sept. 7.���A
meeting of lumber manufacturers
of Gray and Willapa harbors are
considering a proposal from Henry
Pierce of Spokane, representing
some Kastern capitalists, to form
a company of all the mills on the
��� wo harbors. The capital would
be thirty to fifty millions.
TWELVE MILLS
Owing to Provincial Government Dilatory Dealing with
G. T. P. Assessment City
Assettaor in Hindered.
+*-^.-aa.r.fc.^^.^-,^.^.���^...~.-~^w.~-*|.
( Money to Loan j
*|a-*..a*^...^..-.a^a^fc.a^to.^aw..-a... ���.-a������-*.*.-*-.*r
Money to Loan on Princ* Rupart Rial Bitot*
Agreements of salo IkiukM     P.O. H���� MS.
tf-im.
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Wanted  k.'IktuI   servant.
Patmore.
Boy wanted at once to learn llu*
Apply Newa Office.
Mra. L.W.
2111-tf
��� '***. .I***..***..**... a*i,a^,. * i. a na.-
Help Wanted
%****** ****r***M*%% **. II -Hall *AtAH tamy* ***************
Apply t>
rinllnB trade.
Boy Wanted-Apply at Ofrm'l Urwr Store. 198-tf
W.nted-Good alted boy to help in kitchen and
make himself generally useful. Apply Jamea
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner of Mh Street. tf
Wanted a woman to work In kitchen. watreB 135
a month, with room. Apply I'rlnce Rupert
General Hospital. -'"-���-If
For Rent j
*|ia an.iiaiian.'i.i'. ������ i -  *T
Do>way with this.    Patronize a white
^laundry.   Wliitejabor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
MR. BORDEN'S TOUR
Goes to Prince Edward Island
Today
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 7.���Mr. R. L.
Borden closed his New Brunswick
lour last night with a meeting at
Sussex. He proceeds lo Prince
Edward Island for a series of
meetings today.
SOME ENCOURAGEMENT
Fund    for    Englishmen    Who
Bring Their Families Here
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Sept. 7.���The Hoard
of Trade has formed an Imperial
re-union .'-m .nation fund of $20,-
(MM), to be held for deserving
Englishmen who bring their wives
and families to this country.
WOMEN   AS   JURORS
Significant Result of Success of
Woman  Suffrage
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sea tile,   Sept.   7.���Of   twenty-
three women called for jury duty
in    King    County,    Mrs.   Jennie
Gordon is the only one who re-
the Naa- ih.* grow ill is ev.n larger, main, ������ thc |is(i lht. olhm ,K.i|lg
Las, year ,|,e Naas pack was 40.-1 ,.XCUSC{J w|,cn plgg, ���f exemption
(KM) cases;  this year i, is already' wore urKt.(j.
81,600 and siill operating.    The	
Governmeni  la doing everything Adjt. Smith In Town
possible by protecting the spawning I Adjutant Smith, the pioneer
grounda and by fishing regulations salvation Army officer in this
to protect the salmon and ii-.iiri'j,*-..,rici, arrived in Prince Rupert
large packs in  the nonh," said this morning on the City of Seattle
Inspi i tor W miaou
Shipping Intelligence
A.   ll   a.m.   today  the  Civic
Sniff Yacht p..s*.<*.l outward bound
wiih the Commodore on board.
Her    wireless   Operator   signalled
"all Well" pasting Digby Island.
Third Avenue just past Seventh
S.ree. -Auction Thursday evening
8 p.m.    High dan furniture.
from Wrangell, Alaska. He is
to meet and confer with Major
Morris, the Provincial Chief who is
to arrive on the Prince George on
Saturday.
Adjutant Smith is well known
.'iiloi'g thc Indiarsof Port Simpson
and Por. Essington among whom
he worked for several years before
going north to take charge of the
Alaska command.
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
IIKAD OFFICE:   TORONTO FACTORIES:   PETERBOROUGH, ONT
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DREDGES
GAS AND GASOLINE ENGINES
GAS   PRODUCERS
HOISTS
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK Si.ono.onn
Wc an- offering for aale a very limited
amount of .hares of stork at 25c por share;
1>nr value $1.00. These ihares are goltiR
���Illicitly anil will soon he off th- market     :    i
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
Wai*aa*<aa<aa��eaa<a<anen<n<SnenaalSnaanea<aaane��neWl
At the meeting of the council
yesterday afternoon Mayor Man-
son brought forward the report of
the finance committee, which is
an estimate of the receipts and
expenditures for the coming year.
The expenditures amount to 1106,-
465 and the receipts to ��107,40(i.
He said that owing to the delay
in the matter of the railway
assessment the assessor would be
late in getting to work and il was
therefore necessary to consider
this report as soon as possible in
order to pass upon the rate of
assessment.
The report was laid on the table
for the time but before the adjournment Alderman Kirkpatrick introduced a bylaw for the levying
of a tax of twelve mills upon all
lands in the ci.y, for ordinary
municipal expenditures including
board of health ard school purposes, the amount Stated being
1100,180.70. Of the tax r.ine
mills is for general purposes, one
mill for board of health and
hospital purposes and two mills
for school purposes.
The Inlaw was read a secord
time and will be brought  up for
final  passage i't   the adjourned
meeting on Friday evei ii g.
Furnished house, cor. Sixth Avenii*'
St.   Modern In .very respect.
Pattullo A Radford.
ind Young
Phone Ml or call
HW-tf
Furnished rooma with bath.
the week.   Talbot House.
Special rates by
166-tf
Neatly Furnished room*, pentlemen preferred.���
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooma, Mrs. Greenwood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. l'8-tl
For Rent-Son. of England Hall. 2nd Ave., for
Dances. Fraternal Societies. S.��*lal., etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 869 ur phone 68. 186-tf
r
For Sale
2
For Sale- Lot 6. block 27. ..ctlon B, $350. Apply
P.O. Box 105 203-206
For quick sale, lot 33, 1,1... 27, section 5, facing
twoatreeta. Price f.'��- . . Terms 1560 caah.
Balance one year. Address immediately Box
L. Dally Newa. 200-205
ForSala-Chlcken Ranch. J Storey houae. houae-
h.ild iriaala. Near I'm Rupert. A snap If
taken .1 once.   Addr-esr Box 368. tf
New
Knox
Hotel
La.
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Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furni.hed and
St���in H���tnJ Room.
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
R0BT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Farms For Sale
Skeen. Und DUtrict -Dittrict ol Qum ������h,r|������
T.ke notico lhat Austin M Drawn ul im����
Rupert, occupation saddler, intods ,, '""J"
to th. Chiel Commissioner ul Undl at 1 ffSS
lor . llcenco to prospect lor cual, ���,i .���;,| ZL*.****
on and under the following dewrlbi 1 li,, ���.?
Weat Coast ol Graham Island: ���������"���'���""��� .be
Commencing at a post pliu,t���| u,,,,. mil--,
ol the aoutheaat corner of C. 1. No 1470 HimT
weat 80 chains, ihenco north N ehalni ih.!��
eaat 80 chaina, thenco soulli Ml cliuu.a Ui ,,�����, 3
commencement. ���      ���
AUSTIN M. BROWN, LottB
Located Auguat 1st, 1911. ���
Skaen. Und District -DUtrict ol t'u.an Chitlmi,
Islands
Take nollco that Austin M. Ilrown ul hha
Rupert, saddler, intenda lo apply i��� u, ,*i .
Commiasioner ol Landa and Work- l.,t a ijmn
to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum oo ami under
lh. following doscribod lands on the West i ..... ���i
Graham laland:
Commencing at a post pl.nled three mil�� horn
the southeast cornor ol C. L. No. UTJ thenee 10
chain, west, thence 80 chains norlh, ther.ce be*
chaina east, thence 80 chains soulh to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Loan.
Looted August lit. 1811.
Pub. Aug. 18.
Skeen. Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol quern Charlotte
IsUnds
Take notice that Auatin M. Hruwn ul hmte
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply to tie
Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and \\ urka tot i
licence to proapect lor coal, oil and iietnilcimi oa
lands i
Comfortable furnished .p.rtmenU for lady or
gentleman roomer, al mod.rnt. term. In
slngl. apartment, or conv.nl.nt suite, for
housekeeping. Splendidly furnished wllh all
modern convenience., hot .nd cold water. .Ic.
Apply Mra. J. J. Rootja*. th. Bulkley Block.
Sixth Ave. .nd Fu1l"n.   Phon. ITU. tf
BULKLEY BLOCK RE-OPENS
Excellent Apartment House is
Now Leased by Mrs. J. J.
Rootjes.
���
Mrs. J. J.  Rootjes hw taken
over the Bulkley Block on Six.li
avenue rear Fulton s.ree; ; i! will
re-open this stilis.a.r.i; I li. ildii g
as a first rale furnished roomii g
house.    The building is lur* isl cd
throughout in modern style, yvith
hot ard cold water, ard .he rt*< ms
are well aired ard lighted. Sili:-
ated centrally for both .In business
section of the dty and the grown g
district across McBride street this
new apartment block >\ill be found
Loth comfortable ard convenient
under the capable mai ngemci t of
Mrs. Rootjes.
POPULOUS   DISTRICT
Third Avenue Lane Between
Sth and 9th Streets to be
Graded.
The committee <n- public works
reported favorably on the petition
to grade the lane lie.wee:* Second
and Third avenue and Koghth
a.-.d Ninth st reels, and at lhe
meeting of the council yisierday
afternoon the report was adopted,
Alderman Hilditch said It would
be much easier lo put in the
sewers nnd waler mains now, ; nil
ihat the cost would lie something
less I han $l"i() a lot, which IVM
nominal compared wiih the l.ei .-lit
ihe people would gain hy it.
BOYS!
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
the News office.
As Good aa Reciprocity
Afier -.pci king last light on
the effect reciprocity would have
on the black cod industry of ihis
coast, I). R. Young, editor <>f the
Queen Charlotte News, had a
breakfast pany at the Inn ihis
morning to demonstrate that black
cod was no more injurious to the
human system than is reciprocity
economically. It was a Sue breakfast, black cod being served to the
guesis in varied appetizing forms.
Tory Loaves and Fishes
Noting the variegated character
of the opposition campaign���pro-
navy in Ontario, anio-navy in
Quebec, ultra-protectionist in the
East, low tariff in the West���one
is reminded of John Randolph's
celebrated remark about his opponents: "Principles���the honorable gentlemen have seven principle*.��� f�� loaves and 2 fishes."���
Manitolia Kress Press.
To Repay Province
A bill was read a second time
at the meeting of the council
yesterday asking for authority to
issue city debentures to ihe amount
of $115,000 to meet the paymei >s
made by the provincial government for improvement of the
townsite The final reading and
passage of the bill comes up
tomorrow.
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
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupart. B.C.
The Big Furniture Store
HAKT BLOCK
Main cntnince 2nd Ave.; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
l on tb*
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SCHOONER WRECKED
Jessie Miner Founders at Bristol Bay, Alaska    Crew Saved.
(Canadian Press I )esp; tch)
Seattle, Sepi. 7.���News reached
here today of thc wreck of lhe
schooner Jessie Miner al Bristol
Buy, Alaska, on June 10.h.
All the crew are reported saved.
Wonderful Workmanship
Occupying quite a considerable
amount of the available clear
space on lhe G. T. P. wharf opposite the freight sheds this morning is hung a huge totem pole
sawn up into sections for transportation. The mighty genealogical tree came across from the
Queen Charlotte Islands in the
I'rince John, and is to go to
Victoria io be re-erected as a
monument to a passing race.
Up to Aid. Douglas
A Communication from the board
of police commissioners was read
yesterday afternoon, recommending that a pound be established.
11 was referred to lhe committee
on public works with a request
lhal the mailer Ik given immediate attention.
British Aviators Win
Boston, Sept. 7.��� (Special)���At
the aviation meet hen- the English
aviators captured practically all
thc important events. ' Graham
White flew fifteen miles across
water in less than fifteen minutes,
und in a strong breeze.
Spoke at Stewart
Late last right Mr. and Mrs,
J. S. Cow|u-r returned on ihe
launch Rover from a trip to
Stewart where Mr. Cowper addressed a meeting in ihe interests
of Duncan Ross and reciprocity.
Mr. Ross's prospects ii* the
Stewart district are reported ex-
celler.t.
Great Woman's Club
The Woman's Club of Constantinople is si'id to be the most
cosmopolitan in ihe world, lis
membership comprises American,
English, French, German, Bulgarian, Russian, Armenian, Greek
and Turkish women. Meetings
are held monthly, and talks are
given on literature- travel, mush
and art.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League,
Royal Blue Ribbons v. Quill
Drivers, at the Auditorium,
Thursday, September 7th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
Aviator's Great Feat
Boston, Sept. 7.--(Special)���Carrying a passenger, Graham While
in an aeroplane Hew 88 miles in
less thai) 28 minutes yesterday.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Auction Sale of Good Furniture
Thursday, 8 p.m., the Brin Co.
No reserve.
FOR SALE
One lot Section  1,  Block  19, Second
uvenuc.   Price $9450,'ciuih $6260.
Two  lot*  Section   6,   Block  27,   with
building, two rooms furninhed, kitchen
two  lint li.-,  store,  parlor  and  pinno
Price $4200, cash $2500
One  lot   Section   G,   Block   11,   Sixth
avenue.   Price $2250.   $500 cash.
Two Iota, Section 7,  Block 22, .Sixth
avenue.    Price $1060.
One  lot   Section   7,   Block   16,   Sixth
avenue.   Price $650.   On? half cash
balance 6-12 months.
Combination
Combination three lota, two in Section
7, one in Section 8, all for $1050.
FOR LEASE
Three lots, Third avenue close to business
section.   Good lease.
For Sale (Snap)
Pour lots, Section 8, Block 34, Eleventh
avenue, all for $369.66 cash.
Corner  loU  13,   14,   Block   12,  Sixth
avenue and Kulton street for lease or
will build to suit tenant.
ON GRAHAM ISLAND
170 acres, with one-half mile of waterfront, Crown granted.   Price $20 per
acre,  one  third  cash,  balance  6-12
months.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
nd under the following deacrilH-d
Wnt CoMt of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted thro miles nit
of tho northeaat cornvr oil*. L. No. UTJ thrr.c*
north HO chaina. thence east 80 chains three i
���outh 80 chaina, thence wost 80 chains to point ol
cum men cement.
AUSTIN M. DHOWS. Uw��
Located Auguat Ut. I'Jll.
I'ul.. Aug. l'.i.
Skoena Land Dlalrlct���DUtrict of Queon Chtrlotti
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Droan ol I'nce*
Rupert, occupallon aaddler, intends iu apply u
the Chief Commlaaioner ot Lands and Work* fcr
a licenca to proapoct tor coal, oil an.I pt-trt-taim ��
and under the following described latnl*. oo tht
Weal Coaat ot liraham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three mil*
ot tha northeaai corner of C. L. No. 44TI ttmm
HO chaina west, ihence 80 chaina north, thears M
cliaina eaat, thence 80 chaina south to pout U
en m men cement,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, U��sr
Locate*.1 Vugust Iat, 1911
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeana Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Queen fhtriotto
Islands
Taka notiea that Auatin M. Rrown of PrtM
Ilupart, II. C, occupaUon aaddlrr, intendi ts
apply to tha Chief Commiasioner -uf Lamis uA
Worka for a llcvnca to prospect tor coal, oil ut
iwtroloum on and under tho folio* ing dt-ambri
lands on the Weat Coaat ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planled thiv-i* mike a
of tha northeaai corner of C. L. No. Mil tbtatt
80 chaina aouth, thenoa 80 chains ea��i. th*a��t M
chaiiu north, thenco 80 chains wast u pirt��l ��
commeneamenl.
Al'STIN M. BROWN, Locaw
Date of Location :i 1st July, 1911.
1'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict of Quern CUrlettt
lalanda
Take notioa that Austin M. BfBwl wJJJ"1
Ruport, occupaUon aaddler, inlend* tu Wfr'J?
tha Chief Commiaaioner of Lands snd Worn
for a llcenco to proapoct for coal and oil snd p*��
leum on and under tha following OMNM I"*
on thc Waat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat plsnted three ���j""*"
of the aouthweat corner of C. L. No. Mil �����*<���
80 chaina east, thence 80 chaina north, throw ��
cbaina waat, thance 80 chaina south to pout *���
commencement. *.��.��.,.  , __._
AUSTIN XI. BROWN. Lcottr
Date of Location, Slat July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUUict���DUtrict of QBM CtoiMM
Islands ,,,���.
Taka noUea that AuaUn XI. Hr.��wn ol Pnw
Rupart, occupation aaddler, intends U HN ���*
the Chief CommUaioner of Unda and Moru w��
licence to prospect for coal, nil inl; ���  ' '
under the following doacribed lands nn th* ****
Coaat of Graham laland: ,
Commencing at a poat planted UOT-J iMg
of the aoutheaat oorner of C. L. No. Mil "**���
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chairs thm-teiwi
80 chaina, thenca weet 80 chaini to i��>int f* ��������
men(vment, _ .,       ....
AUSTIN If. BROWN, I****-***
l..iratr.l August Ist, 1(11.
Pub. Aut. It.
Skon. Und District-District ol QvM l'k��**
T.k. noUe. th.t Austin M. BlOWl "J *���[
Rupprl, ��addl��r, Inunda to apply lu "���* V"T
t'omml��.lon*r ol Unda and Work. 1 I ' >****.
lo pi*nap**ct lor eoal, oil and peir nn *****
undar Hi* tollosrinl describe-d Ian I- M l�� "���***
Coaat ol Graham laland. ,   mA
t-omm.nrini at . post plsnl*.! .-" <S**s*m
ol th. north-nat corner ol C. U Su " ," "B
SO ehaina eaat, lh.nc. 80 chains aoulh. U"" J
chaina weat, th.no. SO ch.ina rnwtl. w ****-
AUSTIN M. BBOWM, I"***
Dat.ol Uction 3Irt July I'.'il.
Pub. Aug��� IT.
FEED STORE
W�� carry everything In the feed line, atsn garden seeds at the lowest mnrkrt prices, at Collan's
nig Fted Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Deliver* Phones 11 or 301
Reciprocity doesn't conflict with
the British prcfpri-m-c, which L-iu-
ricr nails miisthigh.
Skeen. Und Dlrtrict���DUlrict ol g...��
Islands
T.k. notlc. th.t Austin M   I"
lluperl. aaddler, intonda to appl.
Comm:��.loner ol Unds and \Sork
to proapvet lor coal, oil and e**t
Coast ol Graham Island
i   pri.a|.
nder m
CUsP*
,.l rnsa
ia. is*
- a li��**
��� on SM
e following described 1st!'!
::,**���
IneW,
el
Commencing at a post planted I *   r'
ol lh. northeut corner ol C I* *���
MUlh 80 ch.ina, thane west 80 rl.s'-���'.
north 80 ch.ina thenc. Mst 80 chs.r- t�� P"'"
commencement. .    .. .    , ^.mr
AUSTIN M. BROWN, I-***-*0*
Located 3Iat July. 1011.
Pub. Aut. 17.
Skeena Unci DUtrict���Diatrict ol que-1 <'"***"
I.l.nds , mm
T.k. nolle, that Auatin If. ��r>��" "' ,-pj,
Itupert, oecup.tion aaddler, lnti*n" ��� WoTtt
lo th. Chiel CommUaioner ol LV i IL*ir��|e*
lor . licence to prospect lor coal, oil sn;. >, MU*
on .nd uadn* the lollowing dwcrllH I lsn'�� ���"'
Wart Coaat of Graham laland: ,��� n4
Commencini at a poet pleated I *''.'- thevc.
ol the aoutheaat corner ol C. U I**"*,  ,',,..��t*
80 chains north, thenc. 80 chsins <'��l*,"���.;.l el
ch.ln. .outh, th.nc�� 80 eh.lns we.t .*' 1���'
commencement. ..   ..���,..,.���  lorstot
AUSTIN If. BIMrtl!*. l��"
Located 31rt July, 1911.
Pub. Aug  17.
, Cbsrlell
,f BJSJ
H (***
Skeen. Und DUtrlct���District ol x)o
lalanda
Take notie. th.t Austin If. PtV*
Rupert, saddler,  intends to apply '" '" tMI(*
Commiasionar nl Landa and work. "'r ��� ��� ,r,,l
lo pr.i.prri  lor coal, oil and pelf"'"1' ,*,, West
under the lollowlng deacribed land* rn '"
Cout ol Grahat.l Island: |rt esel
Commencing at a post planted ''"..;; iraliei
of the aouthea t eorner of C. L. 1^��*. t.,nes W
80 chains west, theno. 80 chslns m ' ��� ' in| nl
ehalna east, thence 80 ch.ina ���oulh l0 r
commencement.  ,��� ..   | ncatot
AUSTIN M. BROWN, .���
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
/-i-if lol'
Skeen. Und DUtrlct-Dislrlct of ��""��� n    '
Islands , i*rinl��
T.ke notlc. th.t Austin M. Ur;"" "'���|, lo
Rupert, occup.tion a.ddler, Inlends <"*''v, (of
the chief Commlaaioner ol Lands sn.l ' lf0|W:n
a licence lo prospect for coal, oil an" I 0��� ,he
on .nd under th. lollowlng deaerlli*"! i***""
Weat Coast of Graham Island: ,    n,x o
Beginning at a port planted three !",'"���,.����� ��
the northeut corner of C. L. No. *'"..,���,* N
ch.ina eaat, thenca 80 eh.lns am>>*> " ,���i ol
chain. we��i, tbenc. 80 eh.lns nor.h
commencement.
AUSTIN
Lncaled August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
M. 111U1WN. I**"

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