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VOL. II,  NO. 216
Peince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, September 22, 1911.
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LONG WAIT LAST NIGHT
FOR ELECTION FIGURES
Break-down in Telegraphic Wire Supposed Cause by
Malice Kept Prince  Rupert Political Enthusiasts
Out in the Cold���Tin-pan Parade For Liberals
Livened up Small Hours
Wailing for election results in
Prince Rupert proved rather an
ordeal last night, for some supposed malice had cut off communication1 with tlie southern ccn-
ii,'-., and only driblets of results
trickled in from up river, and
northerly polling places at long
.ind tedious Intervals. A considerable crowd assembled early-
it' the evening at the corner of
Sixth street and Third avenue,
where from the window od Messrs.
Willi.mis and Manson's nlVices an
electric lantern threw the figures
on a screen on Frank Keelcy's
drug sttire opposite.
To till in the. |ong gaps In communication* v.'itli the few r.cces-
-ilile pulling places from which
results could ct.me certain wild
and woolly News "cartoons" most
uncomplimentary to Mr. Clements
appeared spasmodically upon the
-incn. Kvidenily those in the
lantern room also felt the tedious-
ness of the wait for one of the
final spasms of the cartoonist
represented b somnolent physiognomy emeshed in cobwebs, and
was entitled "Waiting fur Election
Results in Rupert." It was long
after midnight when thc information  came  briefly by wireless
that the bailie was going against
Laurier,
Thc news induced a hasty rally
of the last live spirits left on the
streets, and quite a numerous
gang gathered together with empty
gasoline cans with which to celebrate the occasion by holding a
tatoo serenade outside the homes
of several of Rupert's, leading
Liberals. The awful army awfully
arrayed marched, making a noise
like a boiler works broken loose,
OUt by seventh avenue to the house
of a certain editor, and there
kicked up a din like an avalanche
of empty cream cans coming down
ihe rocky road to Dublin. Less
musical than the dntinabulation
of lhe cans, cans, cans, were the
IttCUOUS lays of the jubilant performers upon them, but after B
few minutes the pandemonium
parade betook itself by devious
ways to the home of another
prominent Liberal where another
apalling racket ri��.t'g out. Content with the satisfaction afforded
by simple sound the procession
presently retired to sleep and
siler.ee, as the poet puis iis "stole
once more like a healing balm
u]w>ii the troubled night." Thus
ended Flection Pay in Prince
Rupert.
JUST ONE FIGHT
VENTURE GROUNDED
Struck   on   Sunday   Night   in
Seymour Narrows
The steamer Venture of the
Hnscowitz Steamship Company,
-iruck the rocks when entering
�� yinoiir Narrows northbound
from Victoria'for northern Briiish
Coultnbla ]>oris on Sunday night
during heavy fog. Accounts of
thc accident arc very meagre.
The place where ihe Steamer struck
was nol clear, il being given as
near Seymour Narrows.   The hull
w.'s damaged) but the extent ol
thc damage will not be known
until the steamer is docked on her
return.
The Venture is well provided
with tanks and has a double
bottom and consequently can continue her voyage to Naas and way
purls without danger.    It is an
ticipated, if the damage sustained
as a result of the accident is not
extensive, that the steamer will
continue her schedule and repairs
will be effected when lhe vessel
is withdrawn at the end of llu*
season. The Venture was late,
having been delayed on her last
trip as a result of rain Interfering
With the work of discharging her
cargo of canned salmon at Vancouver and she did not gel away
on her trip north until Saturday
afternoon) being two days behind
her schedule.
Not a Single Drunk in Court
This Morning
Magistrate. Carss had no cases
ihis morning that might be attributed to election excitement
or to the over indulgence In the
liquid stimulation of party loyalty
that sometimes marks a day of
election. There was only ore
case before him, that of two
foreigners who look to interest
in election matters but who had
endeavored   lo   settle  a   personal
difference with their lists. Their
names are John Millich and Sam
Gyrkich. Both pleaded guilty
and paid lines of SS ard costs.
AGAINST   BOY   SCOUTS
Trades Congress Unanimously
Condemns Movement
The boy scout movement was
condemned by unanimous vote at
the trades congress recently held ;-t
Calgary as bell g wroi g in principle, giving boys wrong ideals
ar.d constituting ���' merp.ee to the
working classes ler.chir.g boys that
the proper caper is to shoot down
toilers on strike. Ii was charged
that Baden-Powell takes boys to
slaughter houses to let them become familiar with thc sight of
blood. Only one man saitl a gootl
wonl for the scouts.
ATTRACTIVE   BOX'  SOCIAL
Baptist    Church    Ladies    Aid
Plan   a   Real   Good   Time
A "Box Social" on Monday
26th inst,, in the Mclntyre Hall
a.t 8 p.m. Everyone invited. The
ladies are requested to bring a
box with good things to eat for
two. The gentlemen will purchase
the boxes, Mr. Frank Kllis, known
as "The Popular Auctioneer" will
have charge of the sale, (.antes
ar.d a general good time are on
the progri ninie for the evening.
Vour preset ce is requested.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
DETAILS OF YESTERDAY'S VOTE
[Special Wireless]
Victoria, Sept. 22---The latest computation of results on the
country fix the Conservative and Nationalist majority at 42, with
seven seats yet to hear from. The standing of parties is Conservatives and Nationalists 128, Liberals 86. The Nationalists
number 21.
Hon- W. S. Fielding, Sir Frederick Borden, Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, Hon. Wm. Patterson and Hon. George Graham are
among the defeated candidates.
The results known include:
Quebec Con.
Ontario
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
21
69
9
5
Lib.
37
14
8
4
MOST TEMPTING LAND OF,
ALL IS UP THE NAAS
Five Days Canoe Trip by Sergt. Phillipson Reveals to
him a Fair Agricultural Territory. But Much Good
Land   is   Lost   to   the   Small Settler by
Speculator Purchases
Victoria, Sept. 22.���Latest returns from Comox-Atlin are:
Port Alberni Lib. 63      Con.     87
Cumberland   -       - 131 112
The above results leave Duncan Ross with a majority of 187.
The results at Bella Coola will not be known till tomorrow.
An unconfirmed rumor has been
going the rounds that the Stewart
Land Company, Ltd., had sold
out their holdings io Sir D. D.
Mann. Inquiry al the local office
of  the  company   failed   to elicit
any confirmation*! and as the wire-
were down no Information could
lie   obtained   from   the   outside.
RUPERT'S ELECTION DAY
WASJERYJNEVENTFUL
In Glorious September Sunshine Electors Went to Poll
���Youngster's Monopolised the Excitement   Candidates and Canvassers Covered the City
Thoroughly-Curious Conveyances
Election Day ill Prince Rupert
Was remarkably uneventful. Under perfect weather conditions canvassing could lx* carried on effectively by both candidates and
their supporters. Repeated exhortations on .the part of the
organisers of the campaign to
electors to vote early, had the
desired effect) and there was a
heavy run on the polls at nine
a.m. and up to ten-thirty.
All day the interest concentrated about the polling booth.
Here all lhe best known men in
lhe city mcl at different times as
they dropped round to see "how
she was coming." Wiseacres gave
vague   prognostications   and   the
numerous men wiih money to
burn made extravagant beta generally at slight odds on the
Government. Loral election betting was in favor of Ross, and
there were none too many lakers
of terms against his being elected
and scarcely any against his
securing a majority in Prince
Rupert.
DunCM Ross drove around lhe
city during the day, and covered
all the centres of population
thoroughly. There ****** welcome
for him everywhere, but  no al-
tcinpt at demonstration wm made.
H. S. Clements wiih the Mayor,
and one or two of his best support-
(Continued on page-J.)
The figures for Victoria are Barnard 2966; Templeman 2633.
In Vancouver Stevens is elected by 2748 majority.
THE  SUCCESSFUL
CANDIDATES
St. John, N. B.���County, Daniel,
Cons.
Queens and Slulburiic���Mc-Cur
dy, Cons.
Antigonish���Chlsholm, Liberal.
Cumberland-  Rhodes, Cons.
Kingston��� Nichols, Cons.
Hants-Black. Lib.
Hamilton) Eaat Barker, Cons.
WestHamllton���-Stewart, Cons.
Ontario, South���Smith, Cons.
Winnipeg -Haggart, Cons, large
majority.
Winnipeg���McDonald Staples,
Cons.
Ontario Centre���Bristol, Cons,
Ottawa���Pripp and McCullum,
Cons.
Cape Breton, Norlh     McKenzic.
Gov't elected,
Bonavcnttirc- Mar.il, Lib.
Chatequay���Brown, Lib.
Cape   Breton,' South- (Vm. .1
Lib. ��
Kings, N. S.���Foster, Cons.
Lincoln���Lancaster) Cons,
West Huron     Lewis, Col's.
St.   Hyacitilhe  City    Oaiiihicr,
Lib.
Glengarry���McMillan, Lib.
Brent���Fisher, Cons.
Peel   -Blaln, Cot"*.
Dufferln- Best) Cons,
Souih Granville   Reid. Cons.
Brockville���Webster, tons.
Poinl Neuf���Delisle, Lib.
Prontenac -���Edwards, Cons.
Lewis���Roy, Lib.
Kamouraska   Laponte, Lib.
Beauce���Beland, Lib.
Napierville--l.anceloi, Lib.
Montreal���Stantoine Div., Ames
Cons.
Wright���Devlin, Lib.
North Wellington���Clarke, Cons
Brant���Patcrson,  Lib, defeated
by 20 majority.
Selkirk    Bradbury, Cons.
Russel���Murphy, Lib.
Edmonton- Oliver,  Lib., large
majority.
Brome���Baker, Cons.
South Waterloo���Clare, Cons.
Pontine��� Brabason, Cons.
North Renfew���White, Cot"..
South Perth  -Steele, Cons.
Nortii Esses   Wilson, Cons.
Kent���Robldeau, Cons.
Montmagny���LeuPrans, Cons,
West Middlesex���Ross, Lib,
North Simon  -Currie, Cons.
Victoria���Midland, Lib.
West Hastings" Porter) Cons,
Brantford   Cockshutt, Cots.
Champlain- Blondin, Cons.
Durham���Thorn ion, Cons.
Drummond, Athabasca- Groull-
lard, Lib.
Richmond and  Wolfe���Tobln,
Lib.
Lin-enbcrg���Sit wart, Cons,
Lotbit lore*   I'orlier, Lib.
West Peterbt.ro    Burnham, Con
Charlevoix    Forget, Cons.
Two Mountains   Ethler, Lib.
Terrebonne    Nantel, Cons.
Muskoka���Wrighl, Cons.
South Wellington���Guthrie, Lib.
Lennox   and   Addington���Paul,
Cons,
York Centn���Wallace) Cons.
Caricton���Kidd, Cons.
Battleford���Champagne,  Lib.
Wellington, South���Evans, Coni
Nonh Perth���Murphy, Cons.
London    Beanie, Cons.
Halifax���Borden,   Cons,   small
majority.
Yamaska ���Mondeux, Cons.
North Oxford���Nesbltt, Lib.
Soulanges���Laurier, Lib.
Rlchilicu   Cardin, Lib.
Inverness   Chisholm, Lib.
Quebec, Wis!���Power, Lib.
Wentworth   Wilson, Cons,
Hast Elgin   -Marshall, Cons.
West Elgin���Caratiiers, Cons.
Quebec Centn���Lachan.ce) Lib.
Digby    James, Cons.
Gloucester���Tourgon, Lib.
Westmoreland   -Emerson,   Lib.
Annapolis���Pickup, Lib.
Norfolk���Charleton, Lib.
Guysbbro���Slncallr, Lib.
Quebec County- -Pelletier, Cons.
Charlotte   Han, Cons.
Nonh Oxford���Nesbltt, Lib.
South Huron   Herner, Cons,
Prince Edward - Hepburn, Cons.
East (irey���Sproule, Cons.
Soulh Ontario   Smith, Cons.
Kootenay    Ooodcvc, Cons.
South Bruce    Donnelly, Cons.
South Grey   Miller, Lib.
Vancouver    Stivers, Cons.
CONTlNUEIl ON PAQE 4
Up ill the Naas River district
is the finest agricultural antl garden
land of the whole coast country
around Prince Rupert. "Here
will be the garden of Prince
Ruperl," said a Prince Ruperl
man the other day after visiting
the Upper Naas Valley. That
Prince Rupert man was Sergeant
Phillipson whose work in looking'
after the Indians and the liquor
traffic of the outlying districts
as well as of the nearer places to
Rupert takes him far afield sometimes, The sergeant was five
days in a canoe going up the
Naas to this new district, and his
remark regarding that canoe trip
tells most eloquently of the tempting nature of the land there.
"Every mile 1 went I wanted
more and more lo own a link- of
ii," said the Sergeant. Efforts
he ditl make too to get a preemption there but he four.d that
lhe laml was set apa.rt l.y the
Provincial Government for preemption is by no means the best.
It is in fact a stretch of land
lying over hard lava beds where
long ago there was a downllow
of molten rock from some tremendous burning mountain in the
interior. The land is not rich
and sweet for agriculture like the
alluvial land nol far from il on
which the Indians have their reserve.
"That Indian reserve is the
finest land of all," said Sergeant
Phillipson. "It is flat like a
billiard table, and the mountains
are away back from it in the
distance. It is covered wiih trees,
not thick coast brush, but kindly
inland trees standing amongst soft
green pasture lard on which a
herd of some forty or fifty fine
cattle fatten to perfection. I
never saw such fine cattle since I
left the old sod."
Sergeant Phillipson had photographs of the land and of the
cai tie to prove his words. The
Indians have some fine houses
on their lard, but do not make
ly any means the most of it
���griculiurally.
Bonded His Claims
George   Bruggy, who returned
io    Stewart   thin    week     has
confirmed the information that hc
had bonded his silver-lead claims
on   Salmon   River   on   the   basis
of 1150,000.    He received a substantial cash payment.    Development is proceeding on the property
and   winter   quarters   have   lieen
erected.
WIRE   WAS   CUT
Believed to be Malice Work of
Discharged Emplloyee
Great inconvenience ami much
lisappointment  was experienced
asi right owing lo the telegraph
wire lieing down. It was discovered to have been, cut at Mile 184,
and not merely severed but a
length cut out and removed. The
portion so removed was later
found coiled up antl concealed
tinder a rock.
The evidence shows that it was
no accident but a dastradly trick,
and ilu* peculiar manner in which
the wire was cut and coiled lends
siroi-g suspicion to its having
been revenge work on the part of a
discharged employee.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
TOUR OF EXPLORATION
Natural   Resources   Between
Stewart and Edmonton
Sir D. D. Mann has announced
bis Intention to place in the field
an exploration party which will
cover the territory between Stewart and Edmonton, via the Peace
River country, with a view of
making  an   exhaustive  re|x>rt   on
the mineral, farmii g, limber and
ranchil g possibilities of the hinterland, li is probable, too, that
request will be made lo the Provincial Government to send a
similar expedition into the field.
Just  Arrived
Our new Fall slock of suitings
just arrived, li is full of new antl
nobby patterns,
It will pay you to see us before
ordering your new suit.--Sweder
Brothers, Helgerson Block. 2l
CONSTABLE CANVASSER
ARRESTS HIS OWN MAN
Charge of  Impersonating   at   Port   Esington    John
Chapman One of Constable Forsyth's Gleamings
Arrested by Order of Deputy Returning
Officer Noble
John Chapman, fisherman. Port
Essingtoni wns arrested durirg
the election there yesterday, charged with personating. Hi'was one
of a group of voters brought up
to the polls by Provincial Constable l-'..rsylli, ."fd when Deputy
Returning   Officer   Noble  ordereil
the constable io arrest Chapman,
Forsyth Si first refused.   On beii*g
warned that he would himself be
reported for neglecting to do his
uty Returning Officer that he was
John Chapman, blacksmith. Prince
Rupert,   whose   name   is   on   the
Electors' List. It happens, however, that Deputy Returning officer Noble knows Mr. Chapman
of Prince Ruperl, well by sight,
and so lie refused to allow the
Essington John Chapman to record
a vote. Accused insisted persistently that lie was the Prince
Rupert blacksmith antl demanded
duty unless he affected the arrest,la ballot puper.
Constable Forsyth took In charge!    At this the Deputy Returning
the man he had brought himself 1 Officer peremptorily ordered Chap-
up to the polls from Kirby'slman out o( the polling place, and
Hotel. 1 called   on   Constable   Forsyth   to
Accused, Who has not a vote in I arrest him, with the result stated
Essington, represented to tbe Dep-\al)ove. THE DAILY NEWS
ROSS OVATION
LAST NIGHT
(Continued from page one)
George R. T. Sawle's yellow paniph
let is the worst knocking Prince
Rupert ever experienced, and if
G. R. T, Sawle was not hired by
a   vote   catching   combine   from
Vancouver, he would never have
written it.
"What I see in reciprocity above
everything else is this: that reciprocity means for Northen British
Columbia a population of ten to
twenty thousand white fishermen
located here free to conduct their
business as they wish to, and to
locate where they please.  (Cheers).
"If we can get enough of those
while fishermen here, as we will
under reciprocity, they'll take care
of the Oriental question themselves.  (Loud applause).
City Needs More Feeders
"It doesn't matter a jot whether
the coming host of fishermen locate
in communities���at Port Simpson,
Masset, Naden Harbor or Queen
Charlotte. Thc morc little towns
We have on the Pacific Coast the
more feeders wc have for Prince
Rupert, their central point, and
that is what you want.   (Cheers).
"Prince Rupert is bound to
become the greatest fishing centre
on the Pacific Coasl. (Tremendous
applause).
"I am asked if the cost of
living being reduced will affect
the rate of wages similarly. Has
the increase in the cost of food
been  followed  by an increase in
wages  in   your experience
.?
Tlu
only way to have good wages
is to have plenty of work and
strong co-operation amongst the
workers will keep the wages question right.   (Loud applause).
"Tonight we stand in the forefront of the battle with our opponents ranaged behind a Vancouver   candidate   supported   by
a Vancouver speaker.   When you
go to the polls tomorrow remember   that   if   you   vote   for   reciprocity you  are voting not only
for the prosperity of Prince Rupert,   not   merely   to   take   thc
taxes off your food, not only to
secure vast fishing trade for Rupert, but also for the continuance
of  the  leadership  for  the  Dominion of Canada of that great good
statesman,   Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier,
under    whose    wise    progressive
guidance   Canada   has   so   mag
iiificenily  prospered  in  the  past
In  voting  for  rcciprociiy  lo-mor
row   you   will   be   following   his
while plume on to victory."
Loud and prolonged applause
greeted the conclusion of Mr.
Ross's speech.
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POLLS CLOSE AT 5 P.M.   o
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In all Dominion elections the doors of polling
booths open at 9 o'colck
a. m. and close at 5 p.m.
All votes must be cast
between these hours.
In provincial and municipal elections the polling stations remain open
until 7 o'clock in the
evening, a fact which
sometimes creates confusion in the mind of
the elector. Do not forget that on September
21 the doors of the polling booths will be closed
sharply on the hour of S.
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ROSS MEETING
LAST NIGHT
For Rent���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store.���H. S. Wallace. tf
Pho
ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate tlliisn
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
I* S.    Ilmiai-a and K.-iit/ila
Campaign Shots by Popular Champions of
Reciprocity
Standing room only in the Empress Theatre last night to greel
Mr. Duncan Ross on the eve of
election day. By scores the throng
gathered ���ladies filling the front
seats���men overflowing the hall to
the very street doors.
Inspiring legends adorned the
walls���"Prince Rupert Wants thai
Fish Trade," "The Alaska Trade
for Prince Rupert," "Ross and
Reciprocity for Ru*>ert," "Take
the Taxes off Your Grub," "Laurier and Larger Markets"���were
all intensely popular.
Tremendous excitement was occasioned after the preliminary display of pictures by a series of
terse election shots and cartoons
thrown on the screen.
Got Clements' Goat
"Clements, we have got your
goat," said one���and sure enough
on the stage was the pelt and head
of a newly caught goat which was
hailed with terrific delight the
Instant the curtain rose���"Yes,
that's Clements' goat sure." remarked Chairman Tom Dunn ah
hc   rose   to   open   the   meeting.
"Vote for Duncan Ross and
Reciprocity!" aroused with tremendous vigor ihe cry of "We
will; you bet," and prepared the
way for thc rise of the curtain
and thc volleys of applause that
greeted the sight of Duncan Ross,
seated centrally amongst his supporters, with Clements' captured
and dead goat in the foreground.
The Meeting Opened
"I intended to tell you in the
greatest speech ever made," said
Tom Dunn, "what you were going
to save on fish, what you were
going to save on fruit, what you
were going to save on vegetables
and What you were going to save
on beans���with a 00 cent per
'iishel duty on them! (Cheers
and laughter).
Scores the Mayor
"I am going io tell you about
Mr. Manson, thai great speaker
who is going aboul this constituency making speeches while
he is neglecting his duty to Prince
Rupert. (Wild applause and Imio-
ing for Manson).
"Mr,   Manson  has  been  going
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A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
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round this constituency holding
lhe big stick over electors who
have not yet Secured their crown
grants���threatening them. That's
(he way this election is being
worked by the Conservatives.
"If you arc giving >our votes
to Mr. Clements you arc not
representing Prince Ruperl or
Coiiiox-Allin at all at Ottawa, but
Vancouver, which wants double
representation V
Patmore on Food Taxes
"The question simply is this:
Are we going to stand for a.
tariff on food���a tax on our food?"
said L. W. Patmore lasi night.
Cries of "No!" and cheers were the
reply.
Reason for Reciprocity
"Where do the C. P. R. and
C.. T. P. boats take on their
provisions?" asked Mr. Patmore.
"At Seattle!" replied ihe audience.
"I know something about Infant
Industries���I have quite a thriving
one myself on the hill. (Laughter).
That Yellow Streak
"Mr. Sawle chose the right
color for his pamphlet��� it's g<>i
the yellow streak in it from end
to end.
"Any fish company which docs
not establish at Prince Ruperl
will lose its trade.
Empire Butted  In
"Shame on Mr. Sawle for insinuating that Inspector Williams
was not straight and for his
attack on Mr. Robert Kelly,"
stiid Mr. Patmore.
"Excuse me, Mr. Sawle gave the
facts just as they happened .'ml
wen- reported in the Empire,"
Interrupted the Empire reporter
who has a nack of bulling ir
excitedly.
Mr.   Patmore   gave   the   exact
statement of what look place in
court regarding Mr. Kelly's nets.
"Thai's nol so," exclaimed ilu*
Empire man.
"Excuse me, I,was solicitor for
the prosecution, and 1 know."
returned Mr. Paimore and the
Empire reporter had no mote to
siy.
"We want a market of 100,000,-
000 people," continued Mr. Patmore.     ".After   tomorrow   we  tire
going   to   have   them."    (Loud
pplausc).
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Nice Furnlahed Rooma. Mrs. Greenwood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
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RAW DEAL FOR
LABOR MAN
Mayor Manson Left the Chair
at Clements Meeting to Hustle Robert Gosden, an Invited Speaker, from the Platform.
Some commotion occurred at the
Clements  meeting  In   Mclntyre
Hall last  night, owing to one of
the invited rpeakere expressing
sentiments not In accord with what
the Vancouver candidate has been
saying to the electors during his
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First:   VOTE.
Second:   VOTE EARLY.
Third:   VOTE FOR DUNCAN ROSS.
If you have a vote use it. You can have your principles carried into effect in
the nation's government if you use your franchise. Unless you vote, how can your
principles tell?
Record your vote as early as possible in order that the energies of your own candidate's supporters may concentrate where they will be most effective. Help those
who are helping the cause you support. Let them know you have voted. Then get your
friends to vote early too.
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and for the proaperity of Prince Rupert. Reciprocity is right for Rupert, or Duncan
Roaa would never ask you to support the measure. Duncan Ross has his interests
in Prince Rupert. He likes the city. He boosts the city wherever he goes. Not only
t��e*M|,r' ClemenU ������ep-resent a policy which would rob you through your food bill,
but Mr. Clementa' intereata are in Vancouver and Mr. Clements ia an enemy and a
knocker of Prince Rupert.
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TO-NIGHT
Original
WOLGAST-MORAN
fight pictures, showing
every blow and action
in desperate and fiercely fought contest :   :
General Admission 25c
Commencing 7 p.m.
Notice
Nolice la hcroby riven that George II. Almon
ia nn lunger In our employ and patrona are warned In tmy no money to him nn our account, nor
will we Ih< rcaponaible for billa contracted by him
In our name.
MUSSALLEM A CO.
Sept. 2nih, 1911.
Do away with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
SAWLE ON SALMON
(Continued from Page two)
Government has signified its willing
I'css to relax this monopoly. But
Mr. Bowser lias emphatically refused to do so. He is a large
cannery owner.
Mr. Sawle says in large type-
that a white man cannot get
a license to net salmon. This
is very true, but he knows very
w311 that the reason is because
Mr. Bowser will not give it to him.
Mr. Ross at a large meeting in
the Opera House here, stated
most emphatically (in answer to
a large petition) that he would
do his utmost to see that any
white man could get a license
to fish and to sell his fish in
any market that he wished.
Can Mr. Clements say the same,
and can he promise for Mr.
Bowser what Mr. Ross has promised faithfully to do/
The cannery monopoly will be
broken just as soon as Bowser
wills it and no sooner, or as soon
as he is fired out of office and
a righteous man pul in his place.
A vote for Ross is a vote for
free fishing, and the destruction
of the cannery monopoly in
Northern Briiish Columbia.
"A ROSS VOTER"
No Clements Backers
Hazelton, Sept. 2(1.���(Special to
News)���Meeting here tonight
strongly endorsed Ross. Four
thousand dollars on Ross still
in-taken.���S. Stuart, secretary; J.
Marsh treasurer.
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware
campaign. The speaker was Robert Gosden, and after some Intro*
ductory remarks which caught
i\\v  attention   of   the   audience
and were applauded, he went on
to speak of the benefits of rcciprociiy from n labor man's point
of view.
The applause this time was
mingled With hisses and howls
and Mayor Manson, who was
acting as chairman, arose from
his leal and taking Mr. Gosden
by the arm showed him lhe way
off the platform.   There was some
objection to this among the working men who shouted to lei him
alone, that he was talking good
sense, ami so on. Mr. C.osden
made no resistance.
He said after lhe meeting lhat
Mr. Sawle, secretary of the Conservative committee, asked mm
to speak, saying that he heard a
working man wns going to speak
at Ihe Ross meeting and the
Conservative party desired one
lo speak at the Clements meeting,
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THURSDAY  SPECIALS
Three Only, $6.00 Kitchen
Clocks $2.90
Three Only, $12.50 Mantle
Clocks $6.25
Dozens of Other Clocks at
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See the bargains in the West
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FOR  SALE
One lot, Block 22, Section $,{&*���
Avenue.   Price $800.   .<Ituii-ii.li.
One lot,  Block  7, Beeuon ���>. Fobs
Avenue, Harbor View.   Price {135*.
Two lots, Block 24, Section B Kletwu
Avenue.   Price $1100 each.   {50 t*
balance $26 p.-r month.
Two lota, Block 24, Section !>. ElfWjJ
Avenue.    Price  $600  pair, ow-uH
cash. ,.,.
Two lots, Block 61, Section \ &�����
Street.   Price $176 each, $100 *f*.
One lot,  Block  7,  Bectlon
Avenue.   Price $300, one-hall ess.
Two lota, Block 38. Section -- M-
Street.   Price $600 pslr, $800
One lot, Block  1, Section *������ ���'*���'."
corner, Eleventh Avenue.  I'n�� ���*���*
$300 caah.
HOUSE   FOR   SAIJB .,.,
Four-room house, plastered,
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balunce $30 per month-
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month.
Nicely furnished flat, four *****
bath,   hot   and   cold   OTtff, <���*;
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avi  ut.   "���
$60 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, September 22, 1911.
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LONG WAIT LAST NIGHT
FOR ELECTION FIGURES
Break-down in Telegraphic Wire Supposed  Cause by
Malice Kept Prince Rupert Political Enthusiasts
Out in the Cold���Tin-pan Parade For Liberals
Livened up Small Hours
Waiting for election results in
Prince Rupert proved rather an
ordeal last night, for some sup-
posed malice had cut off communication with the southern ccn-
trt-a, and only driblets of results
trickled in from up river, and
northerly polling places at long
and tedious intervals. A con-
Biderable crowd assembled early
in the evening at the comer of
>ixih street and Third avenue,
where from the window od Messrs.
Willi.tins and Manson's offices an
electric lantern threw the figures
on a screen on Frank Keeley's
drug More opposite.
To till in the long gaps In communication with the few accessible polling places from which
results could come certain wild
and woolly News "cartoons" most
uncomplimentary to Mr. Clements
appeared spasmodically upon the
Krcen. Evidently those in the
lantern room also felt the tedious-
ness of the wait for one of the
final spasms of the cartoonist
represented -' somnolent physiognomy i meshed in cobwebs, and
was entitled "Waiting for Election
Results in Rupert." It was long
after midnight when the Information  came  briefly  by  wireless
that the battle was going against
Laurier.
The news induced a hasty rally
of the last live spirits left on the
streets, and quite a numerous
gang gathered together with empty
gasoline cans with which to celebrate the occasion by holding a
tatoo serenade outside the homes
of several of Rupert's leading
Liberals. The awful army awfully
arrayed marched, making a noise
like a boiler works broken loose,
out by seventh avenue to the house
of a certain editor, and there
kicked up a din like an avalanche
of empty cream cans coming down
the rocky road to Dublin. Less
musical than the lintiivhiilation
of the cans, cans, cans, were the
racuous lays of the jubilant performers upon them, but after a
few minutes the pandemonium
parade betook itself by devious
ways to the home of another
prominent Liberal where another
apalling racket rang out. Content with the satisfaction afforded
by simple winnd the procession
presently retired to sleep and
silence, as the poet puts its "stole
once more like a healing balm
upon the troubled night." Thus
ended Election Day in Prince
Rupert.
JUST ONE FIGHT
VENTURE GROUNDED
Struck  on   Sunday   Night   in
Seymour Narrows
The steamer Venture of the
BoscowitS Steamship Company,
-truck the rocks when entering
Seymour Narrows rorthliound
ititiii Victoria'for northern British
Coulmbla ports on Sunday night
.luring heavy fog. Accounts of
ihe accident arc very meagre.
The place where the steamer si ruck
Was nol dear, it being given as
near Seymour Narrows. The hull
was damaged, but the extent of
the damage will not be known
un til the steamer is docked on her
return.
The Venture is well provided
with tanks and has a double
bottom and consequently can con-
lii'iu* her voyage to Naas and way
ports without danger.    It is an
ticipated, if the damage sustained
as .n result of thc accident is not
extensive, that the steamer will
continue her schedule aril repairs
will lie effected when the vessel
is withdrawn at the end of the
season. The Venture was late,
having been delayed on her last
trip as a result of rain Interfering
with the work of discharging her
cargo of canned salmon at Vancouver and she did not get away
on her trip norih until Saturday
afternoon, being two days behind
her schedule.
Not a Single Drunk in Court
This Morning
Magistrate Carss had no cases
this morning dial might be attributed to election excitemenl
or to the over indulger.ee in the
liquid stimulation of party loyalty
that sometimes in;>.rks ;>. day of
election. There was only ore
case before him, lhal of two
foreigners who took no interest
in election matters but who had
endeavored to Bcttic a. personal
difference with iluir lists. Their
names are John Mlllictl aid Sam
C.yrkich. Both pleaded guilty
and paid lines of .*?S aid costs.
AGAINST   BOY   SCOUTS
Trades Congress Unanimously
Condemns Movement
The boy scout movement was
condemned by unanimous vote at
the trades congress recently held ai
Calgary as licit k wrong in principle, givirg boys wrong ideals
ard constituting a menace to the
working classes tcr.chirg boys that
the proper caper is to shoot down
toilers on strike, li was charged
that Baden-Powell takes boys to
daughter houses to let them become familiar wi.h ihe sighi of
blood. Only one man said a good
word for the scouts.
ATTRACTIVE   BOX   SOCIAL
Baptist   Church    Ladies    Aid
Plan   a   Real   Good   Time
A "Box Social" on Monday
25th lr.st., ia ilu* Mclntyre Hall
at 8 p.m. Everyone invited. The
ladies are requested to bring a
box wiih good things to eat for
two. The gentlemen will purchase
the boxes. Mr. Frank Ellis, known
as "The Popular Auctioneer" will
have charge of tlu- side. Games
ar.d a general good time are on
ihe progr; nunc for the evening.
Vour presence is requested.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
DETAILS OF YESTERDAY'S VOTE
[Special Wireless]
Victoria. Sept. 22---The latest computation of results on the
country fix the Conservative and Nationalist majority at 42, with
seven seats yet to hear from. The standing of parties is Conservatives and Nationalists 128, Liberals 86. The Nationalists
number 21.
Hon- W. S. Fielding. Sir Frederick Borden, Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, Hon. Wm. Patterson and Hon. George Graham are
among the defeated candidates.
The results known include:
Quebec Con.
Ontario
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
21
Lib.
37
69
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MOST TEMPTING LAND OF
ALL IS UP THE NAAS
Five Days Canoe Trip by Sergt. Phillipson Reveals to
him a Fair Agricultural Territory, But Much Good
Land   is   Lost   to   the   Small Settler by
Speculator Purchases
Up in the Naas River district
is the finest agricultural and garden
land of the whole coast count iv
around Prince Rupert. "Here
will be the garden of Prince
Rupert," said a Prince Rupert
man the other day after visiiing
the Upper Naas Valley. That
Prince Ruperl man was Sergeant
Phillipson whose work in looking
after the Indians and the liquor
traffic of the outlying districts
as well as of the nearer places to
Rupert takes him far afield sometimes. The sergeant was five
days in a canoe going up the
Naas to this new district, and his
remark regarding that canoe trip
tells most eloquently of the templing nature of the land there.
"Every mile 1 went 1 wanted
mon* and more to own a little of
it,"   said   the   Sergeant.     Efforts
he did make too to get a preemption there bill he found lhal
lhe land was set apart by the
Provincial Government for preemption is by no means the best.
It is in fact a. stretch of land
lying over hard lava beds when-
long .-go there was a. downllow
of molten rock from some tremendous burning mountain in the
interior. The land is not rich
and sweet for agriculture like thc
alluvial land nol far from it on
which the Indians have their reserve.
"That Indian reserve is the
finest land of all," saitl Sergeant
Phillipson. "It is flat like a
billiard table, and the mountains
are away back from it in the
distance. It is covered with trees,
not thick coast brush, but kindly
Inland trees standing amongst soft
green pasture land on which a
herd of some forty or fifty fine
cattle fatten to perfection. I
never saw such fine cat lie since 1
left the old sod."
Sergeant Phillipson had photographs of the land ard of the
cattle to prove his words. The
Indians have some fine houses
on their land, but do not make
by any means the most of it
agriculturally.
Bonded His Claims
C.iorge Bruggy, who returned
lo Stewart this wick has
confirmed the Information that he
had bonded his silver-lead claims
on Salmon River on the basis
of 1180,000. He received a substantial cash payment. Development is proceeding on the properly
and winter quarters have been
erected.
Victoria, Sept. 22.---Latest returns from Comox-Atlin are:
Port Alberni Lib. 63      Con.     87
Cumberland    -       - 131 112
The above results leave Duncan Ross with a majority of 187.
The results at Bella Coola will not be known till tomorrow.
An unconfirmed rumor has been
going the rounds lhat the Stewart
Lard Company, Ltd., had sold
out their holdings 10 Sir D. D.
Mann. Inquiry at ihe local office
of   the   Company   failed   to  elicit
any confirmation, and as ihe wires
were down  no Information  could
Ik*   obtained   from   the   outside.
RUPERT'S ELECTION DAY
WASJERYUNEVENTFUL
In Glorious September Sunshine Electors Went to Poll
���Youngster's MonopolUed the Excitement-Candidates and Canvassers Covered the City
Thoroughly-Curious Conveyances
Election Day in Prince Rupert
Was remarkably uneventful. Under perfect weather conditions canvassing could lie carried on cf-
fectively by both candidates and
their supporters. Repealed exhortations on .the part of the
organisers of thc campaign to
electors to vote early, had the
desired effect, and there was a
heavy run on the polls at nine
a.m. and up to ten-thirty.
All day the interest conccn-
trated about ihe polling booth.
Here all the best known men in
llu- city met at different times as
they dropped round to see "how
she was coming." Wiseacres gave
vague   prognostications   and   the
n.
numerous nun with money
burn made extravagant bets gen-,
crally at slight odds on the
Government. Local election belting was in favor of Ross, and
there were none loo many takers
of terms against his being elected
and scarcely any against his
securing   a    majority   in    Prince
Rupert.
Duncan Ross drove around the
city during the day, and covered
all the centres of population
thoroughly. Therewas*welcome
for him  everywhere,  but  no attempt at demonstration was made.
U.S. Clements with the Mayor,
and one or two of his besl support*
(Continued on page*;.)
The figures for Victoria are Barnard 2966; Templeman 2633.
In Vancouver Stevens is elected by 2748 majority.
THE   SUCCESSFUL
CANDIDATES
St. John, N. B.���County, Daniel,
Cons.
Queens ami Shelburne���Mc-Cur
dy, Cons,
Antigonish���Chisholm, Liberal.
Cumberland- Rhodes, Cms.
Kingston -Nichols, Cons.
Hants   Black, Lib.
Hamilton, East-  Barker, Cons.
Wesl Hamilton���Stewart, Cons.
Ontario, South���Smith, Cons,
Winnipeg��� Haggart, Cons, large
majority,
Winnipeg���McDonald Staples,
Cot's.
Ontario Centre���Bristol, Cms.
Ottawa���Fripp ard McCullum,
Cons.
Cape Breton, Norlh    Mi Kci zic.
Gov't elected.
Bonavcnture���Mardl, Lib.
Chatequay���Brown, Lib.
Cape Breton,' South���Carried
Lib. ���
Kings, N. S.���Foster, Curs.
Lincoln���Lancaster, Cot's.
West Huron- Lewis, Cots.
St.   Hyaeinthe  Cily    Oaiithier,
Lib.
Glengarry*���McMillan, Lib.
Brent���Fisher, Cons.
Peel ��� Blain, Cons.
Dufferln��� Best, Cons.
South Grenville   Rrid, Cons.
Brockville    Webster, Cons.
Point Neiif ���Dsllslo, Lib.
Frontenac���Ftlwards, Cons.
Lewis -Roy, Lib.
Kamouraska   Lapontc, Lib.
Beauci Beland, Lib.
Napierville��� Lancelot, Lib,
Montreal���Stantoine Div., Ames
Cons.
Wright���Devlin, Lib.
Norih Wellington���Clarke, Cons
Brant���Patereon, Lib, defeated
by 20 majority,
Selkirk    lit. dbury, Cons.
Russil   Murphy, Lib.
Edmonton   Oliver,  Lib., large
majority.
Bronte*��� Baker, Cons.
South Waterloo���Clare, Cons.
I'ontiat���Brabason, Cons.
North Rcnfew���While, Cons.
South Perth    Steele, Cons.
North l-.ssex -Wilson, Cons.
Kent��� Roliideau, Cons.
Montmagny���LeuPrans, Cons.
West Middlesex���Ross, Lib.
Norlh Simioi���Currie, Cons.
Victoria��� Mil-hand, Lib.
West Hastings���Porter, Cms.
Brantford   Cockshutt, Curs.
Champlnin-  Blondin, Cons.
Durham���Thornton, Cons.
Drummond, Athabasca Grouil-
lard, Lib.
Richmond   and    Wolfe    Tobin,
Lib.
Lunenberg   Suwart, Cons,
Lotbil iert     1'ortier, Lib.
West Peterboro   Burnham, Con
Charlevoix    Forget, Cons.
Two Mountains   Ethler, Lib.
Terrebonne    Nnntcl, Cons.
Muskoka-Wright, Cons.
South Wellington���Guthrie, Lib.
Lennox  and  Addington���Paul,
Cms.
York Centn���Wallace, Cons.
Carleton   Kidd, Cons.
Battleford���Champagne) Lib.
Wellington, South    Evans, Cons
North Perth    Murphy, Cons
London-  Beanie, Cons.
Halifax- Borden,   Cons,   small
majority.
Yamaska   -Mopilcux, Cons.
Nonh Oxford���Nesbltt, Lib.
Soulanges���Laurier, Lib.
Richllleu   Cardln, Lib.
Inverness- Chisholm, Lib.
Quebec, West���Power, Lib.
Wci'twoi ill    Wilson,   Cops.
Fa.st Elgin    Marshall, Cons.
West Elgin���Carathers, (ons.
Quebec Centre    l.achai-ce, Lib.
Digby -James, Cons.
Gloucester���Tourgon, Lib.
Westmoreland   Emersor.i Lib.
Annapolis - Pickup, Lib.
Norfolk ���Charieton, Lib.
Guysboro���Sir.callr, Lib.
Quebec County    Pelletier, Cops.
Charlotte -Han, Cons,
North Oxford   Nesbltt, Lib.
Soulh Huron   Hefner, Cons,
Prince Edward   Hepburn, Cons.
East Grey���Sproule- Cops.
South Ontario- Smith, Cons.
Kootenay   -Goodcve, Cons.
Smith Bruce    Donnelly, Cons.
South Grey   Miller, Lib.
Vancouver���Stevens, Cons.
WIRE   WAS   CUT
Believed to be Malice Work of
Discharged Emplloyee
Great inconvenience and much
disappointment was experienced
<t right owing to the telegraph
wire being down, ll was discovered lo have been cut at Mile llll,
��� n.l not merely severed but a
length cut out and removed. The
portion so removed was' later
found coiled up and concealed
under a rock.
The evidence shows that il was
no aeddent but a dastradly trick,
and the peculiar manner in which
lhe wire was cut and coiled lends
strong suspicion lo its having
lueii revenge work on the part of a
discharged employee.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
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TOUR OF EXPLORATION
Natural   Resources   Between
Stewart and Edmonton
Sir D. I). Mann has announced
his intention lo place in the field
an exploration party which will
cover the territory between Stewart and Edmonton, via the Peace
River country, with a view of
making an exhaustive rc]Hirt on
the mineral, farmh g, timber and
ra.pchit g possibilities of the hinterland. 11 is probable, too, lhal
request will be made lo the Provincial Government to send a
similar expedition into the field.
Juat   Arrived
Our new Fall stock of suitings
jusi arrived, li is full of new and
nobby pal terns.
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CONSTABLE CANVASSER
ARRESTS HIS OWN MAN
Charge of Impersonating   at   Port   Es-ington���John
Chapman One of Constable Forsyth's Gleamings
Arrested by Order of Deputy Returning
Officer Noble
John Cliapnia.n, fisherman. Port
Essington,   was   arrested   durii g
the election there yesterday, charged with personating. Hi'was one
of a group of voters brought up
lo the polls by Provincial Constable Forsyth, ard when Deputy
Returning Officer Noble ordered
the constable lo arrest Chapman,
Forsyth at fust refused. On bcii*g
Warned that he would himself be
reported for neglecting lo do his
uiv Returning Officer that he was
John Chapman, blacksmith, Prince
Rupert, whose name is on the
Electors' List. It happens, however, thai Deputy Returning Officer Noble ki-ows Mr. Chapman
of Prir.ce Rupen, well by sight,
aid so he refused to allow the
Essington John Chapman to record
a. vote. Accused insisted persistently  that  he was tbe Prince
CONTINUE!! ON PAOF. 4
Rupert blacksmith and demanded
duty unless he affeclcd the arrest. I a ballot paper.
Constable Forsyth took in charge!    At this the Deputy  Returning
lhe man he had brought  himself I Officer pi remptorily ordered Cha.p-
|tip   to   llu-   polls   from   Kirby'sjman out of the polling place, and
Hotel, 1 Called   on   Constable   Forsyth   to
Accused, who has pot a vote in 1 arrest him, with thc result stated
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EXIT THE LIBERAL PARTY
The country has spoken, .-\fter fifteen years of unexampled
prosperity it has decided to change governments. Under the democratic rights which Liberalism in thc last hundred years has succeeded
in securing for the people, it is the people's privilege to so act. No
Liberal can deny the right of the majority to express their sovereign
will, however much hc disbelieves lhat the popular judgment is righi.
What the extent of the Conservative majority actually is, at the
time of writing cannot be definitely established. There are contradictions in the re'iorts. But all agree that the Conservative majority
is a large one, totalling with the Nationalist seats in Quebec close-
on to forty seats. It is a victory far in advance of all Conservative
estimates, and probably surprised the Conservatives as much as it
did the Liberals,
The turn-over is admittedly hard to account for on rational
grounds. When the Laurier Government came into power fifteen
years ago Canada was practically bankrupt. Her two races were
at war with each other. The National Policy of high protection had
proved itself a failure.   The country required a charge of policy.
But in the present case, the country is prosperous. Sir Wilfrid's
change to low protection has relieved taxation, and secured larger
markets. The fiscal year just ended showed the lowest rate of taxation,
and the largest surplus, in the history of the Dominion. It showed
Canada with larger autonomous powers, and with her rankling racial
wounds practically healed. The trade agreement which both parties
for forty years had sought was now within grasp���a better agreement
than that which Hon. George E. Foster went to Washington to seek
a few years ago.
It is difficult to account on rational grounds for the turn-over.
What is the situation that now confronts Canada?
By their determination to make the reciprocity agreement a parly
issue, the Conservatives have cut themselves off from the measure
which for forty years they have sought. They cannot now, or wiihii
measurable time, accept it. They have torn open Canada's healed
up racial wounds, and revived for a party triumph, the old lime hatred
of Great Britain in Quebec. They cannot now deny a place in tin
Cabinet to Henri Bourassa, or ignore ihe demands of the French
Nationalists to break down the Imperial bond which Sir Wilfrid Laurier
had woven.
Their pledge io oppose the building of a Canadian Navy, and instead make a contribution to Great Britain, is a pledge to'delete one
of the marks of Canada's full autonomy, and reduce it from the
rank of a Dominion to the rank of a colony. .A Conservative Cabinet
may lialk at fulfilling Conservative promises. Their pledges to the
manufacturers of Canada to increase thc protective tariff, will be
robbed of its glamor to thc voters of Ontario, when they realise that
it means an intention to increase the taxation on imports. It is one
thing to accept the campaign contributions of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, and of the American trusts. It will be another
thing to fulfil the implied pledges of support which the acceptance
of their money means.
"Roll up the map of Europe. We will not need it again for another
hundred years." said William Pin when the news of Austerlitz reached
England. Austerlitz���and three bottles of port a day ���broke Pitt'l
heart. But after Austerlitz came Waterloo. Now that the Conservative party has carried the country, it litis to carry on the affairs
of the country. It will have to form a Cabinet. Portfolios can hardly
be denied to Hon. George E. Foster, Clifford Sifton, Henri Bourassa
and     Colonel    Sam     Hughes Even    Mr.    Borden's   leadership
is not an assured thing.   It will be difficult to prevent disruption among
thc leaders of so many diverse opinions.
But having sown the wind of discord in Quebec, the Conservative
jwriy may now prepare to reap the whirlwind. With twenty Nationalist seats in the House, and a total Governmeni majority estimated at forty, thc Nationalists will hold the balance of power. Under
their gifted leader they may be trusted to exercise it, to exact all tht
pledges that the Conservatives gave to them. Having ridden into
power on the hack of Henri Bourassa and the French Nationalists, the
Conservatives will be under his tyranny. He will be the Aldernn ill
Newton of the Canadian Parliament.   Afier Austerlitz, Waterloo.
Fielding, Paterson, Graham and Mackerzie King are reported
to have fallen in the onslaught against the Ministers. Hon William
Templeman is returned, redeeming the Victoria scat three years
ago.   That to him will be a source of personal satisfaction.
The Comox-Atlin seat is siill in doubt, with the odds in favor
of Duncan Ross, but special circumstances which made it desirable
that Mr. Ross represent Prince Rupert at Ottawa largely disappear
With the passing ol lhe Government. With P.0 prospect of the reduction of the . ust of living, with r.o Immediate hopes for the opening
"f the United States markets to our natural resources, with the offer
of Alaska's market now taken away from Prince Rupert, the constituency may almost as well be represen-.nl from Vancouver
** from Prince Rupert.
NOTES   AND   COMMENTS
A pleasing testimony to the strong fight waged by the Daily
News in the campaign in the interests of progress occurred in the
wee sma' hours ihis morning, when a band of enthusiastic cilizens
armed with tin caps aid other musical instruments, paid i. visit to
the editorial mansion, interrupting our slumbers with cheers end a
tin can Berenade. To which we can only reply In ilu' Is'.ngurge of
Hamlet���or was it John Gilpin?���
"Beggar that I am, 1 am even poor in thanks.
But 1 thank you, gentlemen."
The general expressions of regret that at the close ol n life devoted
to the service of his country. Sir Wilfrid Laurier should experience
the bitterness of defeat, do justice to ihe hearts of our loyal citizens,
and an injustice to our greatest citizen. No ope who know - the **. renitj.
the philosophy���the "sunny ways" as Mr. Clementsor.ee phrased i;���
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier will imagine him as feeling bitter, 11, has ki own
too many successes and too many defeats in his lib to be unduly
elated ai ihe one or unduly depressed by the other.
If the truth were known, Sir Wilfrid probably is todaj feeling
a Bense of relief, at the prospect of laying down his sword and armour
and enjoying in his last years thai peace ar.d rest he has often expressed
a desire for.
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Ono glanoe nt ti.at strained white
face on the pillow banished .Tim's
devil for good. Here wua n comrade
down, and nil tlio woman In the big
fellow's heart cans to the surface at
once. ,
It waB a marvel bow his long loose
limbs moved now. Kven bis great
Mexican spurs ceased to clank by ths
alck bed.
"What's the trouble, partner. Been
riding .inii for amusement?"
The sitk mnn's eyes smiled, but the
Involuntary effort to turn sent a
spasm of pttln ncroBB bis face.
"Lie st ill. old chap, and let me see
what the trouble Is. Would you ladles
mind leaving the room. I won't bo
rough on him, Kitty," and lie pushed
her gently before htm to the door.
When they had gone JI in stripped
off the bedclothes nnd, ns tenderly as
might be, felt for tho injuries hc could
not see.
"How did 11 happen?" hc asked.
Anatruther told him.
"I see, I see," lie muttered. It waa
a foolish thing to do to go Into that
brule when the trees were tumbling.
But then be would have done It himself for Kitty. That made all thc difference.
"Don't hurt any whilst you lie still,
does It? Hurts considerable when you
move."
The sick man nodded. To turn did
hurt "considerable."
"Well, so fnr as 1 can see, there nln't
no great damage done. It's n bnd
smaBh up. Three ribs, or It may be
four, stove In. but so long as tbe Inside machinery ain't Injured you 11 bo
about again In a week. We'll have to
get Protheroe from Soda Crock to
splice you up a bit. You can come In.
Indies."
They came in followed by Pick Holt.
"la It, Is It anything very bad. Jim."
whispered Kitty, taking both his hands
ln hers.
"It ain't no undertaker's job, If that'a
what you mean, Miss KJtty," laughed
Jim. " 'Twon't lake ao long lo mend
ns a broken heart, nnd I boy mend
easy. It's just three or four ribs stove
In. If you'll get me some linen blindages and something stiff to make B
waistcoat of, I'll cinch him up so as
ho can't do no harm until we g.'t Ur.
Protheroe to fix him up properly.
Your Job is lo keep him still If you
want blm woli again soon." snd still
holding both her hands In bis, be led
In t to the chair by bis rival's bedside
and left her there.
It was Jim's act of retituu'lntion nnd
be did It. ns he did everything, quietly
and without proteat.
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i-HAPTEIt IX.
A Ride for Life
"Where are you going lo. Jim?" asked tbe Hi.*-*-, who had followed Combe
out of the Blck room.
Jim enme back from his dream with
a Btart and turned n very white nnd
haggard face to his old friend.
"To Soda Creek to fetch Protheroe If
you ran spare me."
"Hut you can't go yet. You haven't
bad a bite of food to-day. and after all.
Anatrutber's Injuries do nol appear to
be so very serious."
"Can't tell.   She might lose blm."
There was something strangely pitI-
! ful In tho way In which all .lint's mind
turned  upon   what  alio  might  suffer.
the woman who had just dealt him the
hardest blow of hla life.
"Oh, nonsense, man. she has got to
' lake her chance like the rest. I in-
elat on your having something before
you go."
"Well, If you ItiBlat. Boss." repll tl
Jim, with a queer laugh, "you can put
some cold grub and a little whiskey In
i a cartridge bag for mo.   I can eat when
I the horse plnys out.!
"What do you menin to ride? We've
ridden the tails off the best of the
stock. Will you take that big hunter?
Anstruther's?"
"No. I'll take the young roan. Hc't-
tln only horse that t mild make it."
"That devil! He lan'l broken and
never will bo."
Jim pinned. "May be," he said.
"(Ms will break blm. It'll break blm
or me," and he went over to the smith s
calling lo tho men lo help him saddle
a beast which no one else had atlempt
ed to handle, a young stallion as beautiful it*. Lucifer and as tra. table.
When Holt hurried out to him with
the cartridge case and the flask, four
men were trying lo hold as perfect a
demon aa ever wore hide.
The wind shrieked around litem, tin
loose litter of the yard rattled nlimit
tbe frightened horse's feel, anil tin*
rain lashed lili blood red flank***.
Within a radius of twenty or thirty
feet of his flying heels il waa unsafe
for any living thing lo come, bill the
men held on to lhc ropes, hoping that
In lime be might quiet down n little.
finch ih>. bag on for mo good and
'Igltl. Hoss.   It might got shook off."
Holt obey, tl. nnil .Ilm shook himself
to try the Insienliigs.
"Nothing loose ls there? Now,
pit ntly. you devil," he wont lo the
horse's bead, which bared lis teeth,
laid Its rats down, ami lititlcil away
from him across lhe corral, dragging
the four mtU With It.
For a quarter of an hour Jim tried
In vain to npproach near enough to
mount tho roan, but by striking, biting
and kicking, the savage brute frustrated every effort.
"Guess we'll have to throw blm after
all. hut it's a pity to tako anything out
of him lhal way," and then suddenly
Jim's voice came from a higher level.
"Oee whiz!    Let him go."
The chance had come whilst he waB
spraklng. nnd wllh a tigerlike spring
the cowboy hnd taken It, dodging the
flying heels like a miracle.
It was done so quickly that no one
had time to see how Jim scrambled
Into Ihe saddle, and after that there
was nol enough time for the spectators
to seek shelter In the first doorway
thai offered.
Hut It wns a magnificent sight for
those who wore safe from thc mad
beast's heels.
In spite of Jim. lhe horse hnd got Its
head down. Its back was arched ao
that there ISSUed nothing in front of
the saddle except spnee. and oven lhat
receded,as noon ns the brule ahot up
Into the' air. entiling down again stiff
legged nnd sudden al every point of
thc compnss In ittrn. Hut this wns nol
good enough to shake off Jim Combe.
"Them's bnhy tricks," he mutter-ed.
and ns If Ihe roan heard him, ll reared
until those at the window saw nothing
In the driving rain but the vast figure
of a horso rampant, like the aupporter
of an heraldic shield.
Tho man wns Invlslblo until the
grout beast, Jerked bnekwnrds by Its
rider, crashed heavily to earth.
Then, for a moment, they saw Jim
on his feet, his cigarette, ono only algn
of his horseman's vanity, situ between
Ills tooth, the next he was again nstiitlo
of the rising beast.
Then be vanished from the corral
with a crash.
As the roan rose again on ItB hind
logs, Combs drove the long rowela
home wiih all tho cruel force that there
was In htm, nnd the panic stricken
benst rushed blindly from tho corral.
There wns a fence at tho far end of
It, lucidly only of light poles, aet up to
keep In young cnlveB.
It never acorns to occur to a prairie
horse to rise at a fence. Certainly It
never occurred to that maddened roan.
Willi n rending crash be wont through
tiio young pine poles, shattering thera-
like match sittlks. and so waa gone, the
rain-lathed ocean of dim prairie swallowing up horse and man.
In winter upon the northern ranches
evening comes early, and on this day
of storm It seemed to come upon the
heels of mitldny. so that aa im Combe
dashed out of the corral It waa already
dark.
Kor the first half hour of hlB ride he
bad no time to think. Nature provided
hint wllh that panacea of man's pain,
action.
The storm swallowed htm up; so
drove against blm tbat he sat bowed
low In bis saddle, so drenched him that
It seemed lo flow through him. Yet he
hnd no time lo feel the misery of It
all. Hc was riding It seemed In a
great void, out of which from time to
time huge bonsts loomed uncertainly,
lie knew lliem for the Herefords which
moved lumherlngly nnd unwillingly
out of his way, and alongside him,
though he could barely aee It as he
raced past it, ran three and twenty
milea of Ihe fencing of thc winter pasture.
Twice he grazed II. so dark had the
day become, nnd each time he left a
fragment of his clothing behind him to
murk his course. On the second occasion he struck hard against a projecting bar. nnd bis left leg seemed to lose
consclouBiiesa. But he sat down and
rode as steadily as ever. He could not
afford to worry about trifles, and as
It grow darker every minute, he realized that there were no precautions
that be could take to minimize his
risk. He had to stop or chance everything.
He could not see where he was going, perhaps the roan could, and even
If he could not, Jim waB not going to
tnke a pull nt him yet. As long as the
horse stood up nnd kept going, the
miles were eaten under his feet. That
was nil that mattered. Time was of
lhe essence of Jim's contract.
His partner Fate waa playing his
hand now for him, and he refused to
Interfere in the game. As long aa It
lnsted ll waa excellent to fly through
the dark slinging sleet, and as to the
end be eared nothing. When the roan
first bolted, the wildness of the storm.
all the splendid energy of the crazy
tn.ist between his knees got Into Jim's
blood, and bo became Intoxicated with
the madnesa of his ride.
Hc cannoned Into the flank of one of
the great Hereford bulls, half seen for
a moment In the gloom, so that his
horse reeled and slithered, and almost
lost tits feet, but the man only laughed
as they staggered and went on.
It was absolutely immaterial whether hc broke his neck or not at first,
but as the pace and distance began to
tell upon the horse, the beast's tamed
mood began to communicate Itself to
thc man, so that Instead of thc glory
of the strife, thc misery of those Infinite waste placca through which he
rode Impressed llself upon him.
The homelessness of the prairie was
revealed Io l,mi and almost frightened
him. He had known Ihe prairies all
his life, but this aspect ot tbem had
never at ruck him before.
Hc had committed suicide, and he
knew It, not an unjustifiable cowardly
act, but thc voluntary killing none the
less of Jim Combe.
Henceforth lhc world aa he now saw
It would be typical of bis own grey
and barren life, without rest, without
warmth, without thc light of hope.
Hut hc had taken the plunge, and since
it nas too late to reconsider II, he
made up his mind at any rate he would
not be robbed of his reward.
She would be happy even If her
htippltieaa was bound up In lhal ot
another man, and therefore at last be
took a pull at hts horse and begun to
ride moro cautiously.
It was then that he felt how much
his own strength had waned. That day-
he had so far eaten nothing. He had
done work enough to kill an ordinary
man. and unless he was much mistaken the boot on Ills left leg was
alowly filling with his own blood.
lie could ride the roan with one hand
now. Willi the other he contrived to
extrnct the tanilwlehos and flask from
the cartridge bag. which still rode securely on his back, and reducing hla
pace lo a lope he nte and drank as
he rode.
He supposed lhat Ihe night must
have commenced, though there were
none of lhe ordinary signs of time to
guide blm. nnd he marvelled at the
endurance of IiIb horse.
fortunately the savage wind had not
suffered llie sleet to lie sufficiently
upon the plateau over which he rode
to seriously deteriorate the going. The
ground rang hard as Iron and as the
.fever of excitement died out Jim realized that the night had turned bitterly
cold.
Kor half of that night Combe hardly
knew thnt he was riding. A man sat
In the saddle In the heart of a great
darkness, swaying In time to his
horse's stride, and at thc proper lime
lending such assistance as the rider
can lo the ridden, but that was not
Jim Combe.
Jim himself was away, sometimes in
one place, sometimes In another. Now
hc wns holding a yellow-haired child
up on his shoulder so that she could
see over the corral and watch old Al
lassoing a wild cow; now he was back
in Kngland in places of purely Imagl
nary magnificence, where a young
queen wllh that child's features was
holding court ntnongst Innumerable
Anstruthers who moved slowly and
spoke In Hook-English with a low-
pitched drawl; or again he was back
In thc sickroom looking Into the
heart of the girl he hod loved since
she had grown grass high and reading
tn It the name of another.
Twlco tho roan "necked" i,.���u
the third time so nearl , i i\m
on his head thai Combe cam, ""'"
from his mental wanderings iii,7k
and dismounted. If he would u ,n
Uier he realized that he mm,, ... ��*'
horse rest even tf he needed Cifi
The fence o. the pasture hnd i
itnoe been ltft behind; lUas too  D?
to look tor a stake; there waa n.!r
bigger than a clump oi   a   ' ,^>
tie to, nnd tired as the ronn 2?
dared not leave him loose, as h
to
he
havedone'^thaniM;;;;;,^;^1:;;;^^
Taking out his Jack knife he. R
deep hole ln the bard earth, tied ill!
In the loose end or hiBtt   1 K ll
knot at the bottom of the holohnhS
dug, replaced Uie soil he had taken ou
and stamped it Infirm and hard *iX
hts heel. "���"
���Then   he   lay  down  on the rroim
ground to rest.   Unless tho roan coSS
pull the world with him. Jin
fear of loBlng his horso so fastened.
(TO BE CONTINUED.
SEALED TENDERS iddra nd to tha unda
, signed, ami endorsed "Tender for What! ��t ���*.-..
Inlet, B. C.." will l.o recm,-,| ai ui. DflhJS
4.00 P. M., on Tuwiluy, September 26 19?t fi
the construction of a Hie Whurf at Surf lr.|,t
Princes* Royal Island, Cuiut DUtrict, ]*., t'.     J,
Plans, specitl cut ions ami form of ca
bo seen and forms of tender obtained nt thii
Department and at the otlin-s .,[ i; \ ^,r(l'r
Esq., District Engineer, N.-w Weatmli ������-. i; p*
and on application to tht- Postmaster at Prisa
Kupert and Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified thai Undn
will not be considered unit*** mad." on tba tirlntH
forma supplied, and signed with tbeir ertui]
signatures, atating their occupations und iilitn
of residence. In the caw- of Anna, lha _ciui!
signature, tho nature of Um occupatioa, ui
place of residence of each BMtnbec nf tne Arm mu-t
oe given.
Each tender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a (bartered bank* payiab
to tne order of the Honourable the M i .|
Public Works, equal to ten par cant l" p*c ol
the amount of tender, which uill ba furkttd
if the person tendering decline to eater into i
contract when called upon tn do mi, oi fmi tt> complete the contract. II tho Lander oa not a
the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind   itself tu im-pt
the lowest or any tender.
By order,
r. c. DEsnoniKiis,
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, August 18, IHU
N'owipspcrs  will  not  be  paid  for thi* ilm-
tlsement if they insert it without authority (rca
the Department. ���
SEALED TENDERS addres-.i t, ��� !..  .-*-..
signed, and endoraed "Tender (< r Whai
Approaches at   Prince  Rupert.   H   I
received at this office until 4.00 I'M .
September 26,   1911,  for tht- BOMtrutt   I    ' j
Wnarf  and   two  Approachiw  ml*.
Quarantine Station, Digby Inland, ll. < .
Plans, specifications and form ol COMlMi tu
he seen and forms nf ti-ndi-r obtained ai '���**.
Departement and at the officii*- of C \ Kaafct,
Eaq., DUtrict Engineer, Nan ***** astir, H. C**
and on application to the Postmasiir-. st I'niei
Ruuert and Victoria, B. V.
Persons   tendering   are   notified
will not be considered unlf-M made on I
forma   supplied,   and   signed   with   -i.-ir af.cil
signatures, staling their occupsti-1
of  resilience.    In  the case of nr" *. tba sftssl
signature, the nature of the occupation, ar.d ���***��*
of residence cl each member ol Um
given.
Each   tender   must    tie   geoonptl ���
accepted  cheque on a rhsrtm I
to the order uf the llonuursll*- the I
PubUc Works, equal to ten par <<<
tbe  amount  of  tender,  which  Will
tf the person  tendering dcrlui'- to
contract when called upon to do   a  H U '*
complete   the  contract.     If   thi*  tc-odsr I* td
accepted the cheque will be return"!
The Depa.rmenl Joes not Int.. ��� '   " to ********
the lowest ot any tender.
By order,
R. C. DKSI.U, m ,;>
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. AuguM 36  IHI
Nemspapers  will   not   be  psi-l   Un
tu-ement If they Insert It without *i.
tht Department.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services every Sunday ir. th-
EmpressTheatre.lla.nl. and
7 30 p.m.    Sunday School ami
Bible Cbus'at 2..I0 p. m.
REV. K. W. KERR. M.A..
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   I IU
rft*U<F.R Ahl> HIXTII i��ritt '
Services  eviry Bttadai    I
sm   and T.3** P-m
School  2.30   p in.        Ba
Bible Class *...��> p.m.
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THE FIRST HBTHOD181 I
��� CTWMNrKNTRKiHT  A*.
Services every Sun.la.   M
a.m.  and *.**> p.m.    Humlav
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. H. SINO, B.D.
SALVATION   ARMY CITAUBI*
Tor OK SIXTH   HTSM <
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ENSIGN JOHNSTONE. <*"��* "
LAND PURCHASE NO H >
Skeena Und DUtrict-Dlstrlct .
Take notice that Frank I M��J
Eng., occupation civil engineer. Inten
for permission to purchase the WO**
Inn-da. ,    .  , ...
Commencing at a po*  pUjt��   '
Corner of Lot 28, thence north 20
weat 20 chaina, thenee south -'' ���
east 20 chains lo point of comment
taining 40 acre* more or Ms*.       .       mii.LI.R
Dated August 15, 1911.        ril,)N.s j
Pub. Aug. 26. '��� M'   '
WATER NOTH >
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I, S. Ilarriaon ol l-rinrr H*'l  '
Siva nolle that on lhe- Ml"*���','.'.'
la lo be, talem Irom III* atria"'
abov. th.   unction -.ith tl"* ���*'' "      ,   | *$*
la to b. ii.nl on Lot 4406 for don
cullurml purpoiee**. 8Ami*kI. l|MUt|S"S
Sept. 9.
WATER NOTU'I
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about on. mill from lt��   *""',,
River and la to b. uae*d on ImX H' '
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Skeana Und DUtrlct���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notico that Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, saddler, intends io apply to tho Chiel
Commissioner of Lands and Works fur a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and potroloum on and under
tho following doscribod lands on tho West Cout
ot Graham laland:
Commonclng at a poat plantod three miloa oast
of tho northeaat corner ol C. I.. No. 11 ! thenct>
oast 80 chaina, thenco south 00 chains, thend ���
weat mi chains, tbonco north M) chaina to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN  M. UROWN, Locator
I*ocated August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. IV.
Skeena Land Dislrict���District of Quoen Charlotto
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Rrown of Prineo
Rupert, saddler. Intenda to apply to lho Chief
Commissioner of Landa and Works for a licence
to prospect for cual, oil and petroleum on and
under lho following doscribod lands un lho Wesl
Coast ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted throe miles cast
ot tho northeast cornor of C. I. No. -nii.i t_MM
soulh HO chaina. thenca HO chains west, ihence mi
chains north, thenco ttO chaina eaat to point of
cum mencement.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aitff. 19.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlott*
Islands
Take not Ire lhat Auatin M. Rrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply lo
the Chief Commissioner uf 1-amls and Works tur
a licence to proapoct tor coal, oil and petroleum on
stj'l under the following deecribed landa on lb
Weat Coast of Graham Island.
Commenelns at a post planted three miles cast
ol the ooutheast corner of C. 1.. No. 4176 thenco
north 60 chains, thence easl bO ehalna, thence south
00 chaina, ihenco west hO chains to point ot com*
mencement
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
I*ocai*d August Iat, 1911
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skaena Land DUtrict -DUtrict of Que-en Charlotte
Islands
Tako nolle* that Austin M. Rrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler. Intends io apply lo
the  Chief  Commlaaioner  of  Lands  and   Worka
tor a licence to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following doscribod lands
**n the West Coast of Grabam Island:
,     CoWMMlflf r.t a post planted three miles east
of tha aouthwest cornvr of C. i.   No. 4477 thence
bO chaina easl, ihence U0 chaina north, ihence Ml
chatna west, thence SO chaina aoulh lo poinl ol
com mencement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
Dateof Location, 31st July 1911.
Puh. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrlct - DUtrict ot Quaen Charlotte
Ulsnds
Taks notice that AusUn M. Drown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, Intenda to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ot Unds and Works (or a
licence to prospect for cual, oil and petroleum on and
under the fullowlng deacribed lands on lhe West
Coast ot Graham laland:        '
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of theaouiheesl corner ot C. I.. No. 4472 ihence
north HO chains, ihence real M> chains, thence south
HO chains, thence weat HO chaina to point ot cum-
nxmxmnmss. ^^ ^   moy/N   ^^
located Auruat Iat, 1911.
I'ub. Aut. It.
koene Un.1 Dlatrlct-Dtalrtrt ol Qu**ti Charlotl.
lelaml.
Tak. nolle, thai Aurtln M. Ilrown ol Prince
Rupert,   iKTUpaimn   aadillrr.   Int.*nrla   lo   apply
to th. ChW Commi*aloncf ul Ijen.l. anil Work. ���
lor a licence In BfCVMH tat coal, oil an.l pptroleium
on ami unileit thr lollowing doa-cribed land* on lh* I
Wawt Coart ol liraham laland:
Commencing al a poal plantral Ilm** mile, eaaat
01 th* north**J"l corner ol 0. L ***, ���* *~ * thence
80 chaina aoulh, th*nc* Nl rhaina ��e��l. Ihenc. KU
chain, north, llie.ic ��0 chain. c*>t lo point ol
1     '"    AUSTIN M. HROWN. bM��|
Localed August Irt, Ull.
I'ub. Au��. IT.
Skena Und District-District ol queen Charlolti
lalan.la
Take nolic thai Aurtln M. Ilrown ol I'rlne.
lluperl, occupation saddler, inl.*nd�� lo apply
lo lh. Cblirl Commis*iooe*r ol lands ami Work,
lor a licnc* to proape-ct lor coal, oil anil |>ctrolcum
on and under the lollowlnt described land, on Ihe
Weal Coart ot Uraham I.land:
Commencinj at a port pl.nted thre. mil*. oast ,
ol th. northeaat cornar ol C. L. No. 4171, Ihenc
80 chaina easl, Ihenc 80 chains aoulh, tlienc Wl
cbaina weat, thenc M chaina north lo point ol
commemcm.nl.   ^^ M   ^^mm,  ,Mtot
LocaU-d August Iat, Ull.
Pub. Au(. U.
Skena Und Dlatrict-Dlalrlrt ol guien Charlotu
Island.
Take nolle that Aurtln M. Ilrown ol I rince ;
Ruperl. aaddler by occupation, Inlend. to apply
to lh. Chid Commiaaioner ol Unda ami Worn.
lor a licenc lo proapect lor fn.l, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowinit descrilied laml. on in.
Wet Coaat il Oreham Island:
Commenclntl al a pel iil.nl.el three mile. cart
ol the nortbeMl corner ol t. I. No. 41.1 thenc
aoulh  HO chalnn  thenc weat "0 chain., tlience
north 80 ehaina, tbenc eat W ehaina to polm
ol emmencment. ...........    .
ACSTIN   M.   HROWN.  l-oeator
ta.r.tc.l Auguat Iat, Ull.
1Mb. Au(. IS.
Skei a Und Diatrict -Dialrlcl ol Quen Charlotu
laland.
Take notlc lhal An.tin M. Hrown "I I rince
Rupert, occupallon aaddler, intend, to apply to
the Chief Cmmiaalonef ol Und. and Wink, lor
. licnc to prep-el lur coal, oiland petroleum ein
and under the Inllo.ing deeribe.1 lan.U on Ihe
Wet Coaat ol Uraham leland: 	
Commenclnt at ��� pet .. anleal three ml le ��rt
ot lh. northnwt come*- of C. I. No.11.2 thenc
80 chain, wet, thenc 8(1 chain, nurth. thenre "<
chain, ewl, thenc 80 chain, .oulh to point ol
wmmenement.   ^.^  ^   nnovlia> u���lot
1/K.led Augurt Irt, Ull.
I'ub. Aug. U*
t
Skounu Lund Diatrict���District of Queen Charlott
Inlands
1 nko notico that Austin M. Brown of Prlnco
Rupert, occupation Hiuidler. intonda to apply to
thu chitit CommUaioner of Lunda and Worka for
u licenco to prospect for coul, oil and petroloam
on und under the following di^cribod lands on tho
Wait OOMt of Gruhum Island:
BagtnnlnB *** a l��'��t piunted throe miles east o
the northeaat corner ot C. L No. 4474 thonco 80
chains eait, thunco HO chulnH aouth thonce 80
chuina went, thunco HU chaina north to point of
commoncomont.
AUSTIN U
Located Auyust 1st. 1011,
Pub. Aur. 17.
Skounu Lund District���District of Quoon Charlotto
lalanda
I'ii.,-.' notico thut Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intonda to apply to
tho Chief Commissioner u[ Unda und Works tor a
liecnco to proipeot fur coul, oil und potroleum on
antl under thu follownlg tluacrlbod landa on tho
Wust Coust uf (.iruhutu Islund:
Commencing at a post planted i��������� ,*�����. miloa oast
of tho aoutheuHt corner ot ('. L. No. 4170 thonce
north HO chains, thunco oust 80 chains, thunco
south 80 chuins, thunco wust HO chains to point of
commoncomont.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Ucator
Ucated August 1st, Hill.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Charlotto
Islands
Tako notico lhat Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intunds to apply to
tho Cblof Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect (or coul, oil and petroleum
on ami undor tho following described lands on the
Wost Coast of Graham Islund:
Commonclng ut a post planted three mllos eaat
of tho southeast cornur of C, L. No. 4475 thonce
80 chaina wost, thenco 80 chuins north, 80 chaina
east, thence 80 chains south to point of commoncomont.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Ucator
Ucated August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skuenu Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlott
Islunds
Tuko notice that Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Ruport, occupation saddlur, intends to apply
to tho Chief L'omtnissiunur of Unds and Works
for a licence to prospect for coul, oil and petroleum
on and under the [ollowing di-scribod lands on the
Wust Coast of Graham Island:
Commonclng at a post pluntud threo miles east
of tho southeast corner uf C. L. No. 4470 thenco
west 80 chains, thenco north HO chains, thence
east 80 chaina, thunco suuih 80 chaina to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Ucator
Uc.it ed August 1st. 1911.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlott
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Hupurt, saddler, intenda to apply to tha Chief
CommUaioner of Unda and Works for a llconco
tu prusnoct for coal, oil and petroleum on and
u in lur tin* followinK described lands on tho Woat
Coast of Graham Island,
Commonclng at a post planted two mllos east
of tho northeast corner of I". L. No. 4478 Ihenco
80 chaina oast, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chaina woat, thance HO chains north to point of
com men ce mon t.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Ucator
Dato of LotMt ion 31st July 1911.
Pub Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUlrict uf Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notico that Austin M. Drown o( Prinoe
l.ui>i tt. saddlor. Intends to apply to lho Chief
Commiasioner of Unds and Works (or a licence
lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the folluwing detcribed lands on the Weat
Coast ot Grabam Island:
Commencing at a post ptanted two mllos eaat
of the in.rt In :*m corner of C. L. No. 447H ihence
aoulh HO chains, ihence west 80 chains, thenoe
north 80 chains, ihence east HO chains lo point ol
cmn mencement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN. Locator
located 31st July, 1011.
Pub. An*:  17.
Skeeim Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Drown of Prince
Ru|>ert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply
to the Chief CommUaioner of Unds and Works
for a licence to prospect tor coal, oil and petroleum
un and under lne folluwing doscribod lands on the
Weal Coast ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat plaated two miloa east
ot lho southeast cornar ol C. U No. 4477 thence
HO chains north, thence 80 chains eaat, thence 80
chaina aoulh. thonce HO chaina wesl lo point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Ucator
Located 31at July, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlott
Islsnds
Take notice that Austin M. Rrown of Prince
Rupert, saddler. Intends to apply lo tbe Chief
Commissioner of Unds and Works for a licence
to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the (ollowing descrilied lands on lhe Weat
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted two miles east
of the ..nt l.i it t corner ot i . I.. No. 4477 tntnee
ho chains woat, thenoa 80 chaina north, thence HO
chaina east, thence HO cbatna aouth to point ot
com mencement.
AUSTIN M. RROWN. Locator
Located 31st July, 1911.
1Mb. Aug. 17.
Skeona Und DUtrict���DUUict of Queen Charlotte
Islsnds
Take notice lhat Austin M. Drown ot Prince
Rupert, aaddler, Intends to apply to the Chief
Commbwioner ot Unds and Works for a licence
lo i.r. i- ��� ��� for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following descrilied Unds on the Wool Coaat ot : DOINGS IN THE WORLD OF
Uraham laland:
Commencing al a poat planted Ihroa mile Iron FASHION
the iK.ulb.aat corner ol C. I. No. 4472 thonc Wl ' '*��� ���  '   ""* ",
chatna wet, Ihenc All chaina north, th.nc HO
chatna rut, lhanc till chaina aoulh to poinl ol
commencment.
AUSTIN  M. UROWN, Uic.t.-r
local.*.! Auguat 1st. Ull.
I*ub. Aug. It.
Skena Laud Diatrict���Diatrict ol Quen Charlotu
Itlanda
T.k. nolle thai Auatin  M. Ilrown ot Princ
Ruport,   II.  C.  occupallon   aaddler,   Inunda  to
apply to th. Chiel Comml��.lon*r ol Und. and I   . .       x,;.,,.���,,.     ,
Works lor . licnc to prosp*cl lor coal, oU and    I Mi'!    IMC   klllliH'i.   l-ll'l'V I*
pe.r..l.um on .nd und-rr th. lollowing deacrlbod
land, on the Wei Coaat ol Uraham Inland
planted throe ml
 f C. 1�� No. 4178 lb��i��
Ml chaina aouth. thenn 80 ehalna oaat, thane 80
chaina north, Ihene 80 ch.ina weet lo poinl ol
commencment.
Al'STIN M. UROWN, Lmut
Dal. ol Location Slat July. UU.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     I
This Is a little section ol the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of tho ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
A smiplc- Ian tli'inty autumn
t-vi'i ing gown of apricot s;*.tii>
meualine, made with perfectly
plain skirl and artistically shaped
tunic. The bodice, in kimono
fashion, haa lace sleeves, finished
>vi,li afrill of white accordion-
plaited motuneline de sole; .-.nl
a band of lace outlines the round
nek. Self-tones outache is used
for the three designs on l��>tli<v.
Commencing at a posl planted tht*. mile* Hat
ol it..- northeut crnsr of
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skena Und Diatrict  -Dlalrlct ol Coul Rang, b
T.k. nolle lhal  11 .Tl.-rt  1.  Macki* ol  I'em-
The merry war of autumn will
rage inos*. hotly around the sleeves
and skirls, though coat lengths
arc an Important topic at present.
The general opil ion seems to lie
must go.
To be Mire that battle cry wss
r.iseil last summer and everybody knows how far the kimono
sleeve wcnl. but now il seems to
have lost its hold ii|mn fashion's
fancy.
velvet embroidered in Uie Greek
key pattern in dark colored beads
for day we. r, while In the evening
the embroidery U of gultl paillettes
or mock diamonds, which glitter
with every movement of the wearer.
Oilier fashionable styles of hair
decoration i; rlude the Juliet caps
it. gohl or silver net, with little
tassels   hangll g
bandeau* of met!
down the centre and
with   lil'ile   rosettes   i
��� d ba*'ile; . \ with ;
chon In the ct ntre.
Ver   the   ears;
ribbon twisted
���;��� uglit down
t the sides
huge caba��
For the >..;r-g girl the prettiest
tl coration is the simple ribboi
drt.wn iltto. gli the curls and puffs
.id ii.il with binterlh bow or
the si.le. There i> a note <*l
simplicity lr it that i**. entirely
lacking In the others. Ribbon
can be threaded through the haii
with a. bodkin and then tied at tin
back or <>r ilu .aide.
When me passes Into the province of afternoon and evening
frocks the possibilities of chiffoi
ar.d   other   kindred   sheer   Btufft
WORK ON DIGBY
MARINE DEPOT
Marine Depot will be One of
Most   Important   on   Pacific
Town Equipped with Electric Light, Water and Sewer
System.
Tin- Pi
Compr.:
on   .he
Depot
Marine
Cor.structioi
rapid stride
ihe   Marir
he   Department   ol
Fisheries,  and   th
.f
ilii   (���..;���>;
y is making
erection  of
for
and
Most of the I.'I. -t I'Yci th models
have set in sleeves, though in a.
broV*;"onl-." occupation  lumberman, Inland, to j l|\,i jorit V    of    C.'-'S     llll-    arillllt.le
apply  lor   i-riii.i--,mii   lo  purchae  lh. lollowlng   . . . , ,
de-K-rii.e.1 landa: is  concealed   under   Iriiiiniii-g     <>(
Commencing al a poat plantod on th* left bank
ol Iho Kymotioita or /.im a sot in. River, .1 south*
weet Corner ol Ul 17U*i, Ihenc northerly, tullowing
tho wewlerly boundary ol Ut 1706, SO chain,
mora or leu, lo the northweat corner ol uid Ul
17011,   thenc  westerly   and   eoulherly,   following
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
1 ion, inenc westerly anil aouineny, ni.iua.iu*'
lh* felt hank nl Mid river. SO chatna more or leaa to
poinl ol commencment containing 160 acrea
mora or leu.
Ia.rit-.l  August  U,  Ull.
In... *l August II, Ull.    IIKRHKRTJ. MACK IK
I'ub. Aug. it. Frederick S. Ctejn.nl*, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Dlrtrlet ol Coast Rang. V
Tiki notlc th.l I, Uewrg. Klme ol Town**,
North I lak.ila. U. 8. A., larmer, Intend to apply
lor permiaaion lo purchaM th* lollowlng d-wcribed
land.:
Commenting al a post plant**-! at the .'.nth- ,
wast rorner of Ut 221.7. thonc. eaat  SO ehalna, j >>' IS!   Ill I
thence eouth 40 chaina,  thenc weal  40   chaina
theme, eouth  40 chain*-, thenc went  40 chaina
Ihenc north SO chaina to poinl ol rommencmen
r-niit.ining 4*.n eere* mure or lose-
Deled July ir,, Ull OKOROK KIMK
I'ub. July tt. Fred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District.
District of Cast, Range 6.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
deserlbtd lands:
('..mtnencitig at a post planted on the
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two miles up strenm in a westerly direction from the junction of thc
little Zitn-o-got-it7. river and the main
Zim-o-K'tt-itr. river, and marked Wm.
Francis t-JIcholson's nnuth-east corner,
thence north 4(1 chains, thence west 4(1
chains, tlience south 4(1 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
4(. tlinins more or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing UK) acres mote or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
(MO, Re Ptitman, agent
Haled July 17, 1911.
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
some kind at-d the shoulder is not
noticeably widened.
Jusi what the popular sleeve
will be remains to be st-en, but il
Wmld nol be advisable lo have a
ne.v frock intended for autumn
use made on the kimono lines
Another   bit of advice concerns
The very high waisl
line,   though  seen  everywhere,   is
undoubtedly losing prestige, and it
seems likely thai the niotlisli line
will be at the natural waist line,
even if it does nol. as some rumors
have It, elongate Itself still further.
The i tu frock will do well to play
for s; f. ty by adopting the natural
Waist  lire.
A few new hats for fall are
are rreepiig Into view and
women are buying the chic ouiing
hits in  fill  aril  sttaw,  the little
hats covered with taffetr r.t d faced
wiih velvet or felt. So far then-
is nothing radically new In the
early autumn showing, but that
is always true of advance models.
The newest bandeau is simplicity
1 >igli\   [slai tl station, becausi
its delightful location, Burroui ilii g
and modern  improvements, l.itl-
fa.ir to be one of the most coveted
posts in Canada.
Where but ;��� lew months ago
s.oikI the primeval forest then
row st.".i (Is ;��� mil laturc <i.\. ui'h
all tlu-corvei lei cesofc metropolis,
aa the station can boasl of it��
own water works, sewer M*rviiv,
heating and liglnii g plant, - well
as telegraphic and wireless cor.-
lur.iot s.
The coniini" tlii g **iic overlooking the harbor is occupied by the
reside! ce of the chief ci ginccr,
a. commodious dwelling equipped
wiih every modem cor.vcricr.ee.
Below ii s..-1-iN ihe double dwelling
of   ihe  assistai i   engineers,   thi
clerk's   house,   office,   at il   men's
dwcllii g* < Ither buildings occupy-
it g the Bai below are the power
house, wiiii an eighty-five f.��>.
rc-inforccd concrete chimney, thc
buoy shed <>f steel superstructure,
carbide shed, machine shops, sin I
,i. 11 Lower ard store.
A large COI creie wharf ���Hill fee;
lo; g l.\ forty feet wide, built of
the Pacific t'oa.si Construction
Company's patent ferro-concretc
piles, is now under construction.
Tin* pilt- arc being driven braced
with re-enforced concrete braces.
This will undoubtedly be one of
the strongest, mosi durable ar.d
seieiiiiiif.il> constructed wharves
on the Pacific Coast. A 60 pout d
sieel rail irack will run from the
buoy shetl oul upon the wharf
for the purpose of har.dlirg the
heavy bou) s, i tc.
The harbor of Case)  Cove hai
been  well  dredged   thus  allow ii g
ny tonnage access to
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Blums Land District-District ol Cout EUnn V
Titliii  milieu lltut  I,  l'uu-r  Kriekaun ut  I'rince
Rupart, labors*, Intand to apply (or permuuon
to purclmsp Uu- lollowlng ili-Hcrilii'il lunda:
Ctiiiiiiitiiiclni' ut ii (lost plunti-il on Dig north
blink ot Williiun.s Creek wlu-rii tlie ruilwuy riiiiit-
ol-wuy oroaaej uml :i fliniim liuck Irom ilm crunk
bunk, thenc*, hiiuiIi :iu ohalng, tliuncu nuat to
cliuina, thencs mirth "ill cliuina, liuicii wuat -It)
chuina tu puint nt ciimttieiiei-iiieiit.
Dated July 7, UU, PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July ao, Fred B, Cowell, Agent
Skit'iiu l.iinil Ilislrii'l   -Diatrict til Cnust Run V
'J'uki. notice thst 1, John BSveneon nt l-rmci*
Rupert, laborer. Intend tn upply lur permJ-Mon
in purehiiai- tin- following deeerlbed lumls:
Conunenclng at u cost planted st the Ntith*
nuat eiiniiT ol Lot -lllr,, tinmen nortii NO chuina;
tlioncn out ihi ohalng, thenee auuili no chuiu..,
tltfiico weat liu rhuiiis tu puint ut cuiniiii'iici'ment.
Dsted July 18,1911. John EVENS0N
I'ub. July 2.'i. l-'n-d K. Cnwi-11, Agenl
Skia-i.ii Luml liistrii-l    Dislrict ut Cnusl Rung.. V
Tuku nut n-i- Uml 1, Denjlmtn A. rial* at Towner,
N,   1..,   Cjeeupitlon   iiiiTfliiint,   Intend   to   appb
lur pi-rmi-iainii in purahsse the (ouowlni dsaannia
Isntui
Cumin ini:   ut   a   \m.x   pliiiiti-.l   un   lhe   eust
liiiuiiitury and shout nve ehalna Irum thu aouth-
I'lial eiiriii-r el l.ul lllii, thanee nurth tiO chuina,
thenee ouat 80 cliuina, tlience smith till chains,
Ihenco weat BO chuins tu point ul ciiiiimencein.mt.
Datad June 84, nil 1. BENJAMIN A. FISH
I'uii. July SS. Cn-il K. Cuwi-ll, Agent
kiiinii Und District���Dislrict ot Coast iUngo 0
Tuko   nut ii*u   that   Stanley   Union   of    I'rtnco
llujiert, II. t ., nccupiitinii miner, intetuts lo upply
lor permiaalon to punhaae the lollowlng doacriiiod
laadi
Commencing ut a post planted ;" chuina .outh
end 40 chaina west ot tun norltiwiwl corner uf
Lot 1188, Ukelaa Valfay, District ol Cutut Range
6, thencu an i 40 ehaina, Ihenco south 80 chains,
thence eusl  1.1 chnins, thence nurlb SO chain, to
Sotnt ot cotiiinonct'itii-nt.
tuked .lu loth, 11)11 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 15. Locator
W. L. PARKER
Architect
Second uvenao and Third street
Over Westenliuver Pros.' Ofllce.
MUNRO   ��.   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork BuililitiK, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDI10RS
Law-Puller Building       Phone No. 2H0
l-rince Runert P.O. Pox 351
ALFRED CARSS, C V.  HENMETT, H.A.
of tli-u .-li Columbia uf II.C. OnUirio. Su��-
i.ii.l Miiiiilutiii Hura. kuti'liewi.n   und  Al-
U'rtn Im. a.
carss & bennett
Barbwtbrb. Notariks, Bto,
Ofllco-Kxt'lmnur hlork. rorm-r Thinl iiveuuo and
Sixth itTMt I'rince Kuw-Tt. 8
WM. S. \lA\At, L. D.S.. U. D.S.
Dkntist.
Crown ami Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental OMnttotU skilfully treatud. *_ias and
local an.i-i In-ill-*, iiiiniini' t-'r-tl for the puinless extraction of tei'th. C*��nsullntlon free. OOOMI
Helgerson lilock, I'rince Huuert. ii-12
P. O. BOX 2.1.
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Skeena Land Dlltrtot���Dtitriot of Coast K.iiiv��������� & !
Tuku notice thut I'crcy M. Miller of I'rlnce Ku- j Alex.M.Manson n.A..
pert, ll.C. ocenpatJon Civil Knuinccr,  intentla to |
up|)ly for i ��� ��� i,i -ii,.ii  to punbaM the followinK
ili-ct il.i-.l I .-. I
f..um.. !������ ri.* ut ii post !*: i'.i.-I on the left hank
of McNeil Uivt-rut north wrst turner of lot 4409
H.V., thenct- BAlt 80 chuins mOTQ Of less to w��-st-
crly boundary of tutibcr limit M5 (ulil number
4lHi.ti) thanca northerly followlni saitl westerly
boundary Crf timber Umlt 00 chuiiiH more ur le; *
to north watt eornar of oald timbw limit, thenco
westerly BO chuins more or lens to left bunk of
McNeil Itiver, thenee southerly following said
left bank Of McNeil Rivar 00 chains more or less
to point of commencement, contiiininir Its) acres
moro or loss.
PERCY M. M1U.KK.
I:. Flexman, Ancnt
Data Jona 19.1011
Pub. July ill. 11111
Skeona Lan 1 District-District of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Thomas Carter, of I'rince
Hupert, occupation carpenter, inteml to apply
for tierinlssiun to purchune the fulluwItiK described land.
CummencInK at M post piunted abont one mile
south from thu mouth of Falls creek ami about
l.Vi feet back from the beach, thence so chuins
north, thenco 40 chains west, thence h* chains
soulh, thence oast 40 chains to point of commencement, conUtininK 320 acres more or less.
THOMAS CARTER,
DutodJuly 7th. UUl.     Charles Webster Calhoun.
I'ub. Auk- &th. Auent.
W.K.Williams.l��.A.,L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Princt* Rupert, B.C
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rUFIL OF WM. FOXON.  ESQ.. A.R.A.M.. I ON.. ENd
GEORGE LEEK
M ERCANTI LE AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS & SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing n Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and lltli Sta
Skevna Land District -Dbtrlct of Coast IUnge V
Tako noticu that I, Paul Hager, of Prinn.
Rupert, lalmnr, mi.-mI to apply (or permission
to purchaso the followinK doscriiied lands:
Commencing at a post piunted on tho north
bank ol William* Creek about 50 chains auuth
east from K. It., thenco south 40 chains, thenre
(sast 40 chains, thencu north 4U chains, thenco
woat 40 chains to point ol commencement.
Datod July 7, 1911. PAUL HAGEN
Pub. July 2b* Frod E. Cowell, -Acont
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct ol Coast IUngo t>
Tako notico that Sarah E. Alton of I'rince
Ru|M-rt, occupation nurse, Intends to apply for
permission lo purchaso thu (ollowing duseribed
.'anils:
Commencing at a post planted at lho Northwest corner 110 chains easterly (slightly north)
(rum the northeast corner ol Lot lllti II-tm >
Survey) Coast District, IUnge V, thenco HO chaina
cast, thonco bu chains south, thonce 40 chains
west, thenct- 40 chains north, thenco 40 chains
west, thencu 40 chains north to post ol commencement containing 4H0 acres more or lev*.
Dated Juno 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July !.'���. Iiul Uohler. Agunt
Skeena Land DUtrict^Dlstriot ol Coast Rango G I
Toko notce thut Unfonl Sewull Hell o( Prince .
Rupert, It. C. occupation locumotivo engineer, *
intends to apply (or permission lo purchase tho I
following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted on the north
bark   of  tho  Zimogotiu   Kiver  about  throe (3) '
miles distant (Upotnmm) in a westerly direction
(rom the junction ol tbo Utile Zimogotiu River	
and the main Zimogotiu Itiver, thenco north 40
chain-, thenca wmt 40 chaina, thence south 40 Rnnrrt Oft Alrlor Rln-rU I Tnat nira
chains, ihence east 40 chains to posl ol com* K��0��� *<*��� Alder 0IOCK UpSiaiM
mencement conUining lf>0 acres moru or l-nss.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of I'ii-    Wilcxek, Paris and Berlin.
I'.n..* June 7, 1911.
Pub. July 8.
IJNFiiKI i SEWALL HELL
Geo. K. Putnam, Agant
vessels of
the wharf
Revolution
Ml drill,   Sepl.
Two commur.ica
in   two   towns
p,uthoritici driven
held In readineaa
denary , strike   spread
attempt  to ovcrhtrow
rchy is fce.red.
in  Spain
20.    (Special)
were establish
Caasiar   I-and   District    District   of   Skeena
Take nollco that I, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker, InUnd to apply for permiaaion
to purchase the (ollowing desrilwdr lands:
Commencing al n post planled on tbo abort
In a northerly direction from Port Nolson Cannery
marked I.. K.'s S. E. Corner, thence 20 chaina
north, thence 20 chains west, thenee 20 chaina
soulh to shore line, thenoe along the shoro lo
point of commencement, conUining 40 acre* moro j
or lesa.
Dated June 10, 1911 LEMUEL FREEH !
Pub. July S. J. M. CoUioon. Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Coasl Range V
Take notice that Jesse M. Tallman ol Cedar ,
Rapids,    Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   Intends    lo ,
apply  for permission  to  purchase  lho  (ollowing
deacrilied lands:
Commencing at a posl plantod on thc southerly
shoro ol Kutaymaieen Inlet on the right bank
of a small stream Howlng into aaid Inlet Just east
of Crow Lake. Thonce south 20 chains, thenee
west 20 chains more or lesa to the shore line of
Crow Lake, thence northerly and easterly fo)- ,
lowing the shore linns of Crow Lake, tho Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kutaeymaleen Inlet to the
place ol commencement, conUining forty acrea
mora or leaa. lasted August 7, 1911.
l>��t. .1 Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
I'ub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District -Dlslrlcl of Coast IUngo &
Take notice that R. F. Miller ol Tipton. England, occupallon farmer, Intends to apply for
iiermisnion to purchaae the following dtacrtbed
landa:
Commencini; st a p wl planted about CO chains
wmi Irom the N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, ihence
nurth 40 chain*, thence west 20 chains, Ihence
south 40 chains, thence uaal 20 chains to the
point of commencement containing eighty acres
more or Urn.
hat..I August 19, lilt R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 20. P. M. Miller, Agenl
Skeens Land District    District ol Coast Range u ,
Take notice that I, Thomas McClymont ul
I'rince I:iii*en, ll. ('., occupation real estate
broker, intend lo apply (or |iermi<Mion lo purchase
the following de-rrit-i-d lands:
Commencing al a pwl planted at lhe S. V*
corner of pre-emption record 412, thence east -Ml
chain*, tlience soulh 40 chains, thence west *��
chain" **��� chore of lake, Ihence following shofe
n( lake m n northerly direction to point of commencement; containing .t'ju acres, mora or leaa.
Dated Bopt, '.. 1911, THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. B, Erenmt CoIq Agent
Skeena Land District -District of Coast Range 5
Take notice thut E. II. G. Miller of Falmouth
Eng., occupation surveyor, intends lo apply fo
permission lo purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted al the N W. Cof
ner of l.ei 4100, tlience west SOchians, thence south
20 chains, thenee east 80 chain*, thence north SO
chains to the point of commencement containing
IM) acres more or lew.
Mated Augu-t 16, Hill. E.  II.  0.   MII.I.I.H
Pub. Aug. 20. P. M. Miller. Agent
Skeena Und Dislrict-DlMricl ol V��ecn Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
licence lo prospect (or coal, oil and oetrnleutn SB
and under the following described lands on the
West Coast of liraham Inland:
Commencing al a post planted three miles east
n( the northeast corner ol 0* L. No. 4472 ihence
north  80 chains,  thence east  HO chains,  thence,
south 00 chains, thence west 80 chains to point of j
i commencement.
AUSTIN  M. BROWN, Locator '���
��� 1-ocated August 1st. I'M I
Pub. Aug. ei
==___E.
EBY   CO,   Co.   :._=
REAL  ESTATE
Kitaumkalum I.*n. I For Snle
kitsumkalum .       H C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The. MOM Kupert Leal**.. No. S1H. Suns of
htiKliiKl. mreate the Ural and thlnl Tiipealiva In
��ach month lei the- Seine of Kiwlanel Hall. B( 2nd
Ave. at H p.m.
F. V. CI.AKK. Sre..
ERNEST A. WOODS.'l^xVXxtT *****
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Tenclii-r nf PiHito. Violin anil
Voice- Culture..
2nd Ave,
Bi-lwcvnTth ft 8th Sta.
rrincp Huport
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CIIAK.IKS ItKASONAill.E
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   .156.
OPEN HAY ASH N'ICIIT
HAYNER BROS.
L'NIIKHTAKKItS ami KMI1AI.MKIIS
Filoonel   l)ir.*.*t.,ra
Jnl Av... no��r Mil It Phon. No. wl
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
PhotM 17H 1st Av,.. anil 7tlt St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Peopei*tor
Skeena Ijind Ulatn"rt    Di.trirt ol Coaat Kanfe V
Take hotlew that   I,  IVt-r  Israeli ol Towner,
North Dakota, ti. S. A., larmr-r, intend to apply
i.>tl<>.Y     ."I tl     lilt' ! lor permiaalon to purchaae the (ollowing ili*acrilie.l
I lan.Iai
I'ommenrlnK at a poat planteel at the aouth-
elat comer ot l>ot 1729, thence south Wl chains,
thenee weet  40 chains,  thence  north  80 chains,
thence eaj,t 10 chnins to point ol commencement.
Dated July 16,1(11. PETER LAHSEN
, Pub July Hi 1911. Kred K. tlowell, AkiiiU
out. Troopaarc
The tiv.ilii-
M (I
(���f
For Rent - Furnlahed or unfurnished rooma (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Itself, mads t.f ;������ piece of ribbon Store.   H. S. Wallace.
ill.*    mop-   Skene land District -Dlalrlct ol foist llange V
Take notice that. I. Adolph II. Chrlstianson ol
Towner,   North   Dakota,   occupation   attorney,
at-law, Intend to apply lor p|.rmis*lon to purctiMe- I
ii,,- fnUn-.vlnB dea-KTll-cl lands:
('omnietirlng at a post planted alimit ono and
one-halt mile* (1 1-2) northeast ol the head ol
Trout Itiver on the went side ol lAkelso Lake,
nnd alimil Ti chains trom Uie Inko-trntit, thonce
south ho cliain.. thenc* wi" ' Wl chains, Ihenco
north Ktl chains, thence east hO chain, to point
ol commencement.
ADIII.l'il It. (���IIIUSTIANSON
,(   Dated Juno 30, 1(11. Fred K. Cowell, Agont
*** | Pub. July 26.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Hatting, Sti-amfittinf? ami'
Sl.fi't Hats! Work
Ollire: :trd Ave. Workshop:
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Theatre Block phonr no. 79 Second Ave. THE DAILY NEWS
ELECTION DAY
UNEVENTFUL
(Continued from page one)
crs was Been occasionally! but
wiis not nearly so much to the
fort- as his rival.
Although the ladies took a list-ly
Interest In the election they did
not make the [act radiantly evident
by wearing ribbon favors. Flag-
waving too, was conspicuously absent during the day, even the
ubiquitous small boy proving backward in election fervor at first.
One live display at least was
made  by  Arthur  Little who had
from pa^es of the morning "Dally
News" ttirst morning paper ever
published in Prince Rupen) posted
lavishily aboul his stand.
One prominent office near the
waterfront bore the legend "Hack
in a few minutes. Gone to Vote
for Ross." At the Conservative
committee rooms little groups of
Clements' supporters hung around,
but there was no excitement.
Organisers for both sides, however, were extremely busyrouiiding
up stray voters.
Various conveyances were commandeered to rush voters into
the polls. Large rigs fitted up
with cushioned benches rendered
excellent service, and with teams
of powerful horses often made
good speed. About three o'clock
one passed lhe school empty.
It was instantly besieged by a
torrent of youngsters who enjoyed a glorious rig-ride homewards and formed quite the most
enthusiastic freight the rig had
carried all day. In the Pony
Express light auto, which fitted
with cushioned seats has carried
sight seers around Rupert this
summer, many electors were carried luxuriously to record their
votes.
Towards five p.m. the* rush
intensified a little, and the last
few voters hurried in before the
polls closed were hailed with excitement. After the closing of the
polls, a crowd gathered waiting
for the announcement of the result. Both candidates, and the
Mayor were there with many
supporters when  the figures were
given out showing a big majority
for Ross in Ru|x-rt. The result
was hailed with great cheering,
and much battering of tin cans
by small boys, prominent amongst
whom w;ts the little son of a most
marked local Conservative. Mr.
Clements and the Mayor hurried
off as quietly as possible, "not
looking very pleased about it" as
a man in the crowd remarked.
I'ntil evening, there was then a
complete lull in the election excitement.
THE POLL IN
COMOX-ATLIN
The following are thc detailed
reports of the voting in Comox-
Atlin:
Poll
Ross    Clements
Skeena Crossing.... 7
Boulder Creek  '1
Bennett  1
Mile 20  8
Copper City  10
Littleton  11
Big Tunnel  12
Port Essington  30
Breckenridge Landing  2
Telkwa  11
Discovery, Atlin... . 17
Atlin City  22
Telegraph Creek. .. 10
Inverness ,. 1
Jedway	
Skidegate	
Queen    Charlotte
City	
Stewart	
Goose Bay	
Cedarvale	
Prince Rupert 397
Kispiox     7
Kitselas  17
Kitsumkalum    9
Haielton  81
Sealey    19
Aldermere    17
Digby    12
.    0
.    0
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23
8
.    2
0
14
44
13
5
(".eorgetown	
Port Simpson..
Hardserabblc. .
Mile 44	
Shandilla	
Kstevan Point.]
Rett Cliff     9
Lome Creek     5
Celentanna     9
Spruce Creek  13
Bitter Creek     3
Alberni  03
Lawn Hill     4
4
2
2
10
9
20
1
28
4
12
10
21
3
7
4
7
7
03
20
7
225
0
19
17
08
3
15
2
1
10
3
10
7
I
7
8
4
5
12
87
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DOUKHOBORS PROSPER
These   Russian    Refugees   are
Growing Wealthy
SELLING LUMBER
TO CANADA
United States Haa Hard Wood
That Canada Does Not Grow
Canada is dependent for iis
lumber aupply <>n the soft woods
of tin* forest much more than is
the United Suites, as seen from
the 1910 Forest Products report
compiled by the Dominion For*
estry Branch and shortly 10 be
published. 01 the 1910 Canadian
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five billion feet, only one-twentieth
consisted of hardwoods or broad*
leafed trees, worth barely five
million dollars; on the other hand
almost one quarter of the lumber
cut in the United States consists
of hardwoods of which Canada
purchased over 17,000,000 worth.
Nearly all of these imports are
from the United States and consist
of the most valuable species such
its oak, hickory, tulip or yellow
poplar, chestnut, gum, walnut,
cherry and a large amount of hard
pine which is so frequently used
as a hardwood.
BIG   LINER   RAMMED
London,Sept.. 21���Upon leaving
Southampton today for New York
llu* White Star liner Olympic,
the largest steamer afloat, with
every berth lillctl, was rammed by
l>if��   British   cruiser   Hawke.
the
About eleven years ago some
8,000 Doukhobors sought a home
in Canada. The worldly possessions of these Russian refugees
were not very much in evidence,
and it was a moot question with
many who met them whether they
would ever make good in their new
home. But the Winnipeg Free
Press tells us that the Doukhobors' possessions are now counted in six figures, and M. W.
Casakoff, general manager of the
Doukhobor community at Verigin,
says that this year fully 81,000,000
would pass through his hands,
In addition to this thc $185,000
given them by the Quakers of
Great Britain and thc United
States has all been refunded.
Around the Verigin headquarters
re  clustered   56   Doukhobor  vil-
���ges.    These have now   100,000
acres   fo   land,   and   the   goven
mem has also loaned them 18,000
acres    for   an    indefinite   periotl
All   the  property  and  money o
this community is in lhe name of
the leader,  Peter Verigin, who is
now   in   British   Columbia   super*
intending the establishment of the
Kootenay-Columbia preserving   jj
Kootenay   Columbia   preserving
works at Brilliant and Nelson.
Two thousand Doukhobors have
already moved to Briiish Cob
limbis, ar.d others will go this
fall. This year the Verigin colony
has 10,000 cares in crop, 7,000 in
oats and 8,000 in wheat. They
have also a brickyard, which this
year will export about 1,000,000
brick. In addition they have a
mill which puts out 200 barrels of
flour and  100 barrels of oatmc
daily.   Evidently the Doukhobor
s beginning to "fit in."���Christian
Guardian.
TOTS   AS   TRAVELLERS
Boy of Eight and Girl of Equally
Tender Age
tlu*
The hearts of two parents were
made glad on the arrival Thursday
of the Prince Rupert, says the
Portland Canal Miner. Among
the passengers were Russell Mills,
Queens���McLean and Nicholson
Cons.
Northumberland, West���Mus-
son, Cons.
Prince���Richards, Lib.
Compton���Hunt, Lib.
Roueville���Lemieux, Lib.
Three Rivers and St. Maurice���
Normand, Nat.
Last Hastings���Northrup, Cons.
Portage La Prairie���Meighen,
Cons.
Strathcona���Douglas, Lib.
Humboldt���Dr. Neil, Lib.
South Essex���Clark. Lib.
New Westminster���Taylor, Cons
Saskatoon���McLean*, Cors.
Jacques Carrier���Monk, Cors.
Regina���Martin, Lib.
East Kent���Gordon, Lib.
Last Pretolia��� Smith, Cors.
Brandon���Aildns, Cors.
Brockville���Webster, Cons, elected defeating Minister Graham.
Vale Cariboo���Burrcll, Cons.
Maskinongt���Bcllcmare, Cons.
H;ilton���Henderson, Cors.
Megan tic���Pacaud, Lib.
Montreal, St. Anne's Div.���
Doherty, Cors.
Montreal, St. Lawrence Div.���
Bickcrdikc, Lib.
Montreal, St. Mary's���Martin,
Lib.
Montreal, St. James���I.apointe,
Lib.
Last Soimc���Bennett, Cons.
Rimouski���Botilay, Cons.
West Nanton���Armstrong, Cons
Moosejaw���Knowles, Lib.
Montreal���Sidney Fisher, Minister of Argiculture, defeated In
Bronic County.
Maisoneuvre���Vert llle, Lib.
West Kent���McCoig, Lib.
West Huron���Lewis, Cons.
East Northumberland���Walker,
l "ons.
McKenzic���Cash, Lib.
West Algotna-   Boise, Cons.
Soulh   Lanark���Haggart,  Cons.
Parry Sound���Arlhurs, Cons.
South York���McLean, Cons.
Dauphin���Campbell, Cons.
Qu'Apple���Lake, Cons.
Strathcona���Douglas, Cons.
McLeod���Wat-neck, Lib.
South Renfrew���Lowe, Lib.
York, N. B.���Crockett, Cons.
Kings���>Flower, Cons.
St. John City���Pugsley, Lib.
Bagot���Marceille, Lib.
Assiniboia���Turiff, Lib.
Victoria, N. B.���Michaud, Lib.
Pictoti���McDonald, Lib.
Lincoln���Lancaster, Cons.
Lisgurd���Greenway, Lib.
Provenchcr���Bluaii, Cons.
Souris���Sehaflfncr, Cons.
McLeod���Herron, Cons.
Crompton���Cromwell, Cons.
Hast Algoma��� Regan, Lib.
Ontario, Norlh���Sharpc, Cons.
Comox-Atlin���Undecided.
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huge liner prevented the worstlson "' H" Mills, a bright lioy of
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sengers. The Hawke was also and "Baby" Durant, daughter of
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her own steam. I from Winnipeg to Stewart.
Summary Final
L-ib.'
Ontario 11$
Quel.ee 36
Nova Scotia 10
New Brunswick   8
P. I-:. 1   2
Manitoba   3
Saskatchewan 10
Alberta   4
Cons.
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Foley, Welch A Stewart', oltit-e. If
Loat-Udlea' watch In bracelet. Reward bv rc-
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LOST- An unatamped letter addressed to Gore
A McGregor. Victoria. B.C Alao a letter from
Land I i.-i-t to the umieraiffneel. Reward by returning to J. F. Fullerton. G.T.P. Ir.n.
Uriiish Columbia  0
Totals 80
120
Washington, Sept. 22.���Great
disappointment is felt here at the
result of the Canadian elections.
The annexation speeches of Champ
Clark and others are blamed for
having a great deal to do wiih it.
President Taft expressed his
disappointment when he heard
the returns at Kalamazoo, Michigan. He snid "Wc will still do
business at the old stand."
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Core Island���Clements 13,
Ross 2.
Campbell River-���Clementa
14, Ross 7.
Mary Island���Clements 15,
Ross 3.
Powell River���Clementa .r>5,
Ross 5.     -
Valdec Island���Clements 30
Ross 4.
Judge Young Returning
Judge Young is to leave Atlin
today ard is expected here on
Monday. He will hold court on
October 2nd.
Thc announcement is made that
the Chicago mine will be taken
over by Sir D. D. Mann.���Portland
Canal Miner.
x*aorooomHBappc.Baat.BC.nra.g
New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
We have just received an assortment of Rings, Brooches, Tic
Pins, etc., of the very
lateBt design
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Watch  Inapactor.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONG 82
FOR  SALE
One lot, Block '22, Section .'..'Si-vi-mh
Avenue.   Price $800.   $400 cash.
One lot,  Block 7,  Section  6,  Fourth
Avenue, Harbor View.   Price $1350.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.   Price $300 each.   $60 cosh
bulance $25 per month.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.    Price  $600   pair,  one-hulf
rush.
Two lots, Block 61, Section 8, Kelliher
Street.   Price $176 each, $100 cash.
One  lot,   Block  7,  Section   8,  Tenth
Avenue.   Price $300, one-halt cash.
Two lots, Block 38, Section 8, Justin
Street.   Price $500 pair, $300 cash.
One lot,  Block  1,  Section  8,  next to
corner, Eleventh Avenue.   Price $475,
$300 cash.
HOUSE   FOR    SALE
Four-room house, plastered, painted, best
harbor   view   in   city,   on   Ambrose
Avenue.     Price  $1837.     Cash   $600,
balance $30 per month.
FOR  RENT
Offices and stuns on Second Avenue and
Sixth Street.   Prices $36 to $76 per
month.
Nicely furnished flat, four rooms and
bath,   hot   and   cold   water,   corner
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avenue.     Price
$60 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
5 and 10 acres for garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum.   Price $65 per acre.
10-acre tracts garden trucking at Kitselas.   Price $50 per acre.   Terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots on Third Avenue close to
business section, level, good lease.
LOTS   IN   NEW   HAZELTON
$10 cash and $10 per month buys you a
homesite.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, aaddler, Intenda to apply to tha Chief
Commiaaioner ol Landa and Worka for a licence
to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and under
tho lollowina deacrihed landa on the Waat Coaat
of Graham laland:
Commonclni at a poet planted three milea eaat
of the northeaat eorner ol C. L. No. 4169 thence
eaat SO chatna, thenee eouth 80 ehaina, thence
weat SO chaina, thence north 80 chaina to point ol
commencement
AU8TIN M. BROWN, Locator
lancatrd Auguat let, I'Jll.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Hupert, aaddler, intend, to apply to the Chiel
CommUaioner ot Landa and Worka (or a licence
lo proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the lollowlng daacribed landa on the Weet
Coaat ol Grabam laland:
Commencing at a poat planled three mllee eaat
o( the northeaat cornar of C. I.. No. 4469 tbence
aouth 80 chaina. thanca 80 chaina weal, thence 80
chaina norlh, tnence 80 chaina aaat lo point o(
commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat Iat 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Dlalrlct���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply to
tha Chiel Commiaaioner ol Landa and Worka (or
a licence to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under lhe lulluwing described landa on the
Weat Coaat o( Graham laland:
Commandng at a poet planted three mllee eaat
o( the aoutheaat corner of C. L. No. 4478 thence
north 80 chatna, thence eaal 80 chaina, tbence aoutb
80 chaina, thence weet 80 chaina to point ol commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict ol Quean Charlotte
lalanda
Take nutice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Uuperl, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
tha Chiel Commlaaionar of Unda and Work,
(or a licenco lo proapect (or coal and oil and petroleum on and under the (ollowing deecritied landa
on the Weat Coaat ol Grabam laland:
Commencing at a poat planled three milea eaat
of the aouthweat corner ol C. L. No. 447? thence
80 chaina eaat thence 80 chaina north, thence 80
chaina weat, thence 80 chaina aouth to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date ol Location, :11st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skaena Und Diatrict���District ol ('out lUoe. I
Take notioe that I, IVu-r Krlckann ot l-nta
Kupert, laborer, intend to apply lur |.erir.iain
to purchaae the lollowing dc-scribo-i lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the r-otti
bank ot WUliama Creek where thi* railway nr>
ol-way croaana and 3 chains bark (rum the creel
bank, thenoe eouth 30 chains, thenca eut u
ehalna, thenoe north 30 chains, liencu .cat 14
chaina to point ol commencement.
Datod July 7, 1911. PETER KltlCKSON'
Pub. July 86. Fred K. Cornell, Ajett
Skaena Und District���District ol tout !;.-.*<V
Take notica that I, John Ever-eon el I'naa
Rupert laborer, intend lu spply (ur -a-rm-aiai
to purchaM the (ollowing describe.! Unite:
Commencing at a post planted st the so-iU.
eaat corner ol Lot 4415, thencu north so ebaia*
tbenee eaat 60 chain., thenc. .oulh -.., chaia,
thenca west 60 chains to puint of eotnmi-iiei-ir.es'.
Datod July 13, 1911. JOHN EVEXS0S
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Oml, A<r.*.
Skeana Und Diatrict���DUtrlct ol loan RtajeV
Take notica that 1, Benjamin A. I'uh uf Tone,
tt.   D.,   occupation   merchant,  Intend to apoti
(or permiaalon to purchaae thu lulluwing ilueotsel
Commencing at a poet planted on lbs aa
boundary and about live chains Irom th. soak-
aaat eorner of Lot 4484, thunce nurth M chaiai
thenee eaat 30 chains, thonce south t'-o chaeu.
thonce weat 30 chaina to point ot eiimm-T.w-t*-*.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Kre.1 K. t.'m-dl, Aiett
keena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ut lout lUnpl
Taka   notice   that  Stanley  Oiaae ol Craa
Rupert, B. C, occupallon niim-r. lou tA, xasftb
tor permiaaion to purchaao the folio* n.s .le-cntri
Und:
Commencing at a post planted 10 chain* eaal
aad 40 chaina weat of lne tu.rih*��-i eanm a
Ut 1733, Ukelae Valley, DUtrict ul I uut Hi*
6, thence weet 40 chaina, thene.' ���
tnence eaat 40 chaina, thenc* north Ml cUiu *
point of commencement __
Staked June 30lh, 1911 STANLEY t'.lttB
Pub. July 16. Luca.ui
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.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
the Chiel Commlaaionar ol Landa and Worka lor a
licence to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the lollowing deacribed landa on the Weal
Coaat ol Grabam laland:
Commencing at a poat planled three mile, eaal
ol the sunt lieasi corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenco
north 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina, thence eouth
80 cbaina, tbence watt 80 chaina to point ol commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Pub. Aug.
uguat
See the bargains in the West
Window today. Your choice
for $2.50
C. B. WARK & CO.
Third Avenue
Notice
Notice la hereby riven that George H. Allium
la no longar In our employ and patrons are warned to pay no money to him on our account, nor
will we be responalble for billa contracted by him
In our name.
Sept. 20th, 1911.
MUSSALLEM & CO.
keena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply
to the Chief Commiaaioner of Unda and Worka
for a licence to proepect (or coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the (ollowing deecribed landa on the
Weet Coaal o( Graham laland:
Commencini at a poet planted threw mllea east
ol the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4474 thence
80 chaina aouth, thenca 80 chaina weet, thence 80
chaina nortb, thence 80 cbaina eaat to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat Iat 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und District���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Take notioa that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply
to the Chiel Commiaaioner ol Unda and Worka
for a licence to proepect lor coat, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowing deacribed landa on the
West Coaat ol Grabam laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three mllee oast
ot the northeast corner ol C. L. No. 4471, thenee
80 ehalna eaat, thence 80 cbaina aouth, thence 80
cbaina weet, thenoe 80 chaina north to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Ucated Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. ll.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M, Brown ol Prince
Rupert, aaddler by occupation, intenda to apply
to the Chiel CommUaioner of Unda and Worka
(or a licence to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowlng deecribed landa on the
Weat Coaat ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat pUnted three milea eaat
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4471 thence
aouth 80 chain*, thence weat 80 chaina, thenca
north 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chaina to point
ol commencement
AUSTIN  M.  BROWN,  Ucator
Located Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotta
I elands
Tako notice that Auatin M. Brown o( Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply to
the Chief Commiaaioner ot Unda and Worka (or
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum en
and under the lollowlng described landa on the
Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three mllea eut
n( the northoast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenco
80 chaina weat, thenca 80 chaina north, thence 80
chaina oaat, thence 80 chaina aouth to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Ucated Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtriet���DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take notice tbat Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Ruport, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply te
tho chief CommUaioner of Lands and Worka lor
a licence to proepect for coal, oil and petrolonm
on and under the following deecribed landa on the
Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Beginning at a poat planted three mllea east o
the northeaat cornor of C. I,. No. 4474 thence 80
chaina eaat, thonce 80 chnins aouth thence 80
chaina weet, thence SO chaina north to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ueato
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17,
Skeena Und Diatrict-District of Oeaat lUnrel
Tako notice that Percy M. Mill-1 - f Priaai �����
pert B.C.. occupallon Civil Eiiuuu-1   .nl"" ���
apply for permiaalon to purchai-* lhe fuitoteai
deacribed Unda: a  i e i_i
Commencing at a post planted on the left um
of McNeil River at north wesl eurner ..f i**. �����
R.V., thence east 20 chains man tt I."* tJ ***
erly boundary of limber limit    :- r
40616) thence northerly following a��i-l ***<**
boundary of timber limit 6t. chain, in -te m"
to north weat corner of aald lln.l��*r "XiiiX.aem
westerly 20 chaina more or less t-- ed tenia
, McNeil River, thence aoutherly f..il-��in. **
I left bank of McNeil River 60 chain. """<���*J*
to point of commencement, cunUininrf I'11 *"
more or leaa. ���_���...,  amen
PERCY M   MII.I.LR-. ,
E. Kleaman. Al*"��
Date June 19.1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeena Und District-District rfOM*
Take notice that I, Thomas C��ner. ef T*m
Rupert  occupation carpenter   iiil.ul >���'���**<
tor permiaalon to purchaae the full*..,Ing *leeoi*
ed land. ,       .   .   Jn__u
Commencini! at a post planted al>ni��"J"
south from the mouth of Kali- eras   ���"���������T*
IM feet back from the beach, thanes H
north, thence 40 chains we.t. ihenee -' �����
aouth. thence eaat 40 chains l    -l.i.imew
ment conUining 320 acre, more or k -.__ |;
Dated July 7th. 1911.    OuutaWtl     rd-w*
Pub. Aug. 6th. ******
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ul Cast J**-**!
Take notice that I, Paul pit* *]***
Rupert, Uborer, Inlend lo appl> l..r !���������
lo purchaaa the (ollowing doserilaal laii-t. .
Commencing at a post plan:.
bank ol WUIUma Creek about H rhaiM ****
eaat Irom R. II.. th.nc aouth I" ���*��� tW xmm
���aaat 40 chaina, thence north lu *���""����� *****
wert 40 chaina to point ol commence.) -��� i- _.
Datad July 7, 1911. ���. ' -\\:'���__JJ
Pub. July 26. Fred K I *""��������� *���*-*"
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict "^'-^'.yjSii I
"" tt**A
la***. I
Take  noUce  that  Sarah   K
Rupert, occupation nuiao, intend"
permiaalon  to  purchaae tho lollowing
'commencing at a poat planted ��t *j�� Nnofljj
weat corner 140 chaina easterly '���*.''���������,��
from th. northeaat cornor of Ut  "'".;,,_,
Survey) Coaat DUtrlct \l*w *���    ''���''
eaat thenca 80 chaina south, j*���*, \a chiia I
ancle*
411 clu*
weet, thence 40 chaina north, tin'"'      , ������.
weet,  thence 40  chaina  nortii t��  P��rJl
mencement conUining 480 acros mur .'�����',, Tl,
Dated June 14, 1911.
Pub. July 16.
acros new . "���:. n,\
SARAH K. AI.W*.
Kre.1 H
.... .*'-
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict o  C **JtLg
Take notce that Llnford Sewcll Ball ��. '
Rupert,  B.  C, occupallon tocomoti**  >'��� ,���
Intenda to apply lor permission xo I'urcnse**
following deecribod lands: ... cc��tl
Commencing at a poat planted ra ' a
bank ol the Zimogotiu River a wu. , ^
mllee dUUnt (upstream) In �� ��; ' .-* : , Hint
from tbe Junction of tho Llltlo /"""i-""' ,,b��
and the main Zimogotiu River, U"����     lb .1
ehaiu.    tkn-   mm,' 40   chains.   UH��0�� '* , _��
chaina, thence weet 40 chains, , ,
chains,  thence eaat 40 chaina tu  I"" ,_,,
mencement conUining 160 acres more o>	
Dated June 7. 1911.   LINKOIU"*** "
Pub. July 8. Geo.
.'111:11
���ment containing 100 ������*������>- ���������������������  .11,1.1*
.June 7. 1.11.   LINFOK.^^^^1
Caaalar   Und   DUtrict-Dlstrict  '"..'���,*��,
Take notice that 1, Umuel f^fLZSt***
occupation broker, InUnd to apply "'.'.
to purchaae tho lollowlng dWMg".*****'M .hora
Commwicing at a post plant'���' <      (-,nneu
In a northerly direction from Ptft t*m .��� chain
marked L. F.'e S. E. Comer, thence a   ^
north, thenee 20 chains west, ll'"n      ,h0I, w
aouth  to ahore line, thenco alone '",������ nun
point of commencement, conUlnlnc
or leaa. .......������*, Klttt"
Dated June 10, 1911 , >*M '��� |i<0n. At"1
Pub. July 8. J* ���**���*"" ,
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol O"" *}'�����|il
Take notico that Jeeso It.   ���������*"''l,,niU ��
Raplda,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer.      |||||oW|,|
apply lor permUalon U purchase
deacrlbod landa:  ,,���, ,nutl"'*(
Commencing at a poat planted nt. m ., I������
ahore of Kutaymateen Inlet on I"V ":���,! **x
ol a email stream (lowing Into Bid in'' ,*,�����
ol Crow Uke. Thonce south JO cn* ���, line *
weet 20 ehaina more or less to the sn ,y foi-
Crow Uke, thenco northorly �����"'," ,nc W"
lowing the shore llnea o( Crow I bm . ,��� the
to Crow Uka and Kutaeymateei. "' r(). ,-ns
place ol commencement, contain"1)-.
more or leee. Ucated August 7, J* ''���ssjjlt*
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. ******* -��'  '
Pub. Aug. 12.
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT M'
WAY OF FINDING

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