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The Daily Nfiws
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 245
Pkince Rupert, B.C., Thursday, October 2(5, 1911,
Price Five Cents
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BRITISH 1NNISKILLINGS
ARE ORDERED TO PEKIN
! British Government Takes Precautions to Protect the
Europeans in Pekin -Report That Rebels Have
Taken Imperial War-Chest With $1,000,000
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Pekin, Oct. 20. -The British
Inniskilljng Dragoons which had
started to leave for India have
been ordered to return to Pekin
ami are now on ihe march back,
They will arrive here tomorrow
from Tientsin, whither they had
gone to embark for Calcutta.
Cities Join Rebels
Advices from revolutionary sources show that the rebels have
captured the city of Hukow, and
tli;ii the rebel forces have been
augmented by large forces from
Man Chang and Kwci Ling, which
have gone over to the revolutionaries.
Rebels are Cautious
The reports iill agree lhat lhe
revolutionaries are taking precautions to prevent their followers
from committing any excesses. It
is realised however, thai there is
great   danger   of   them   breaking
loose in the exultation of victory
Soldiers Leave Pekin
Every train for the south is
laden with soldiers. Five thousand soldiers started today for
Sin Yang Chow to strengthen
the Imperial forces there under
General Tchang.   Another battle
with lhe rebels is sure lo ensue.
Capture $1,000,000 War Chest
London, Oct. 20.���A report
has reached here by cable from
Pekin siaiing that the Chinese
rebels have outflanked the Imperial iroops near Hankow antl
seizetl the military war cheat containing a mill ion dollars.
INDOOR BASEBALL
Giants vs. Phillies
Tonight at the Auditorium.
Game called at 8 15 sharp, Skating
after the game.   Admission 25c.
CHICAGO SUFFRAGETTE HAS
NOVEL MARRIAGE CONTRACT
Mrs. Gertrude Matt Agrees Not to Buy Her Husband
Cigars, and He in Return Agrees to Divide His
Bank Account and Not Grow Jealous
of any Man Who Admires Her
Chicago, ?Oct. 20.���Chicago's
first suffragist marriage has taken
place between Edward Matt and
Gcrturde Ellis. Before the ceremony was performed they both
visited the county recorder, wiih
whom Mr. Matt officially filed tin-
following affidavit to be sworn
to before a notary: "To whom it
may concent���I, Edward Matt,
agree to allow my wife all the
privileges of a free-born American
woman. She may hav her own
way in everything (except in buying my cigars); she is free to go
and come when she likes, to choose
her own friends, and I agree
not to be jealous. I agree not to
go gunning for a fellow lieeausc
he admires her beauty or because
nhe smiles when hc tips his hat.
"I will not interfere in any of
WILL HAVE TWO
RY. COMMISSIONS
u
Borden Government Intends to
t Divide the Work of the President Commission.
fnfl
t_v (Canadian Press Despatch)
i Ottawa, Oct. 20���One of the
first legislative acts of the new
Government will be to introduce
a bill dividing the Railway Commission into two parts, one for
the east and the other for the
west. The headquarters of the
western commission will be at
Winnipeg and thc eastern at Ottawa.
J. D. PRENTICE DEAD
Was  Finance  Minister  in  the
Dunsmuir and Prior Admin-
i  istration.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Ocl. 20���J. D. Prentice, a former finance minister
in lhe Dunsmuir and Prior administration, died today at Ins
home at Lillooet.
SNOW AT WINNIPEG
Four Inches of the Beautiful
Fell Yesterday
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg,   Oct   26.   Between
one and four inches OI snow tell
yesterday in Winnipeg and dis net.
Belgians for B. C.
Winnipeg, Oct. 2a.-(Spccial) -
A large party of Belgian settlers
left this evening for British Columbia to settle on the land.
her plans. I will be good and kind
to her. I promise lo spill all my
earnings into her lap, and it shall
be her privilege to do with il as
she likes so long as she feeds me
well. When we have a surplus
and it goes into the bank 1 agree
thai I will not hold the key*-.
Cheques may be signed by both
to make them good. I promise
not to be afraid .o go home at
night, and lo be there ill iill
projM-r times or to make valid
excuses. I further agree noi to
talk aliout the pies my mother
used to make, or to grumble
In-cause the buns are soggy. I
further agree to let her get a
Reno divorce right here in Chicago
if I do not behave as a kind,
loving, gentle and considerate husband."
WILL CALL FOR
NAVAL INQUIRY
Defence Department at Ottawa
Will Court Martial the Officers of the Niobe.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oci. _ii. Tin* Depatr-
ment of Naval I), fence have decided lo lio'd a iimn martial on
the officers of ilu- Niobe ia connection with thc Btranding of
the ship off Cape Sable last July.
It will be remembered that the
charge was freely made on Conservative platforms thai the Niobe
grounded while on her way to
take pari in a Liberal pin ic.
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PHILADELPHIA WINS
Philadelphia, Oct, 26.
-Philadelphia Athletics
today won the World's
Baseball Championship
by a victory over the New
York Giants by 13 to 2.
The score was:
New York 2 runs, 4
hits, 3 errors.
Philadelphia 13 runs,
14   hits,   5  errors.
Bender and Ames started the game. This is
the fourth win for Philadelphia out of six games
and carries the World's
Championship.
NOT TO OPPOSE
THE MINISTERS
Quebec Liberals Decide to Allow New Ministers a Walkover for Their Seats.
!!  it  it 51  it  Jt  it  K   it  it  :���  11  St  K
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 20. -The Liberal
leaders have made an announce-
met i thai the return of ilie
Cabinc Ministers from Quebec
will noi be opposed. Thd nominations tiike place on Friday. The,
orogiral intention had been to
concentrate an opposition against
Hon. Mr. Pelletier.
There is still some talk of
opposition to the Ministers in
Oi tario, bui principally from dis-
grtii tied   Tories.
W1KG 10W
CHINESE HOUSE DEMANDS
DISMISSAL OF PREMIER
Federal Assembly Practically Goes Over to the  Rebels
���Imperial Family are Meditating Flight-
Roads Lined With Refugees
CHILE   BUYS   BATTLESHIPS
To Make Demonstration
,  Against Peru
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(Canadian Press Despatch)
Val|wraiso, Oct. 25.���Replying
to what is described as the bellicose
attitude of Peru over the boundary
dispute Chile has repurchased thc
Briiish battleships Triumph and
Swiflsiire. Troops are embarking
for northern frontier.
WORLDS   CHAMPIONSHIP
SERIES
Details    of    Yesterday's    Ball
Game Wired in the P. M.
Details   of   yesterday's   world's
series of ball games were as follows:
New York 4 runs, 0 hits, 2 errors.
Philadelphia :i runs, 7 hits, l
error.
Ten innings.
Pitchers: Mari-uard, Ames,
Crandall, Coombs, snd Plank.
The game was an up-hill fight
for the Giants who Won only in
the tenth   inning.
Philadelphia scored three Is the
third. New  York score   none
Ufltil lhe seventh when they -cured
fine. They made two nune in
lhe ninth lieing lhc wore. The
last one they scored half way
through the tenth inning.
Calgary's  Member  Moves  Address
Ottawa, Oct. 25���(Special)  -K-
B. Bennett, member for Calgary,
has been seletlcd to move address.
Arthur Sevigny, number for Dorchester, to second
For the dance
-Wallace's.
-fancy hair bands.
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REBELLION SWEEPS OVER CHINA
City of Sian, One of Government's Stronghold's, Surrenders Without a Blow---City of Hukow is Captured After a Fight
CHINESE GENERAL REFUSES TO FIGHT
General Yin Tchang of the Imperial Troops, Insists on  Having  More  Guns and
Wages for His Troops Before He Will Advance   Federal Assembly is
Deserted���Foreign Residents in the Coast Cities Clamor
for Protection from European Warships
(Canadian Press Despni h)
Pekin, Oct. 25. There is no longer any doubt as to the success of the Chinese rebels
The city of Sian which has been looked on a; one of the strongholds of the Govcrnnent
has gone over to them without striking a blow. The whole of the southwest corner of
the Chinese Empire is rapidly becoming inflamed, and the people are siding with the
rebels.
GENERAL WON T BUDGE
General Yin Tchang who is in command of the main body of the Imperial troops
at Sin Yang Chow has declined to move upon the rebels there. He says they have four
hundred guns with them, and he refuse to advance unless supplied with additional
guns, and money wherewith to pay the Imperial troops their back pay.
NATIVE BANKERS REFUSE LOANS
The native bankers are alarmed at the success of the rebellion and refuse to lend
any money to the Government.   Their action is very significant of Chinese opinion on
the rebellion.
MEMBERS ARE ABSENT
Even the members of the Federal Assembly which was to open its business sessions
in Pekin yesterday, show their indifference to the Government. In the face of the crisis,
only ninety of the two hundred members attending the opening of the House yesterday.
There was not a single representative from the provinces of Hupeh and Sze Chuen.
FOREIGNERS   ARE   ANXIOUS
The foreigners are becoming anxious at the state of affairs. At Sian and Hukow
which has also fallen, British and foreign warships are protecting their own country
people. At Foo Chow there are a large number of Americans, and they have asked that
the warships arrange to protect them in case of an uprising there, as it is certain that
the revolution is rapidly travelling eastwards.
Ill Al
f China, whose
taken place.
iC.ui.nli in Press Despatch)
Pekin, on. 2ti.    'Tn add to the
gravity of the Chinese situation,
tin* assembly which uut yesterday
iii small numbers h.is practically
gone   over   lu   llu*   rebels.     They
nave  given   whai   is   practically
jan   ultimatum   to   tin*   Manchus
I tn leave tin* country, and have
impe iched Sir*; Huai, the President
ol tin* Chinese Ministry,demanding
his ins;,nu dismissal anil severe
punishment.
Royal Family Prepare
li i- commonly reported that
ilu* Imperial family has prepared
i"i flight ti nl wii' make lor Jchol
,I aboul   115 miles nonh of Pekin.
j Tin* mad to Jehol i* practically
lined with .roups    Others think
lhat    the    linking    of    the    Jelml
road is only a ruse and the Imperial
f.imilv will seek refuge in .tite
foreign   settlements   at   Tientsin
or some of lhe oilier jmrts.
TO CONFER OFFICIALLY
WITH RUPERT'S SHIPPERS
W. W. Foster, Deputy Minister of Public  Works,  Will
Meet Citizens Interested, Alter inspection
of Government Wharf in Order to
Report to Department
W. W. Poster, Deputy Minister
of Public Works, who arrived
from Victoria yesterday paid a
visil of inspection with the Mayor
to the Government Wharf which
is now practically completed ex-
cepl for warehouses, etc.
Before ii can be opened for
steamship traffic, and the arrangements made for ihe management of the wharf a reimri from
Mr. Poster has to be submitted
io the Government at Victoria, ami
for this Mr. Poster i- now collecting
information.
Today In- is convcrsii n with several of the leading Citizens ill
It-rested iu waterfront business,
Uld tomorrow afternoon at two
'clock he will meet with ihe
principal shippers in the police
court room to discuss the matter
fullv.    The Board of 'Trade nu in-
MANY SPEAKERS FAVOR COMMISSION GOVT.
Presbyterian Club Discussion Last Night Aroused Considerable Interest and is Not
the Last to be Held on This Great Subject
ben will al-o consult with Mr.
Foster on Uu- same occasion.
_ It is upwards of two years now
since   lhe   first   steps   were   taken
towards the building of the Government Wharf ai ihe foot of
McBride street. Difficulties were
experienced in the placing of the
Concrete piles bui these Were overcome, antl ihe wharf i.s now
practically all decked and ready
for traffic.
Mr. W. w. Foster, Deputy
Minister of Public Works, will
meet shippers and others interested
in the Government Wharf, in the
police station at 2 p.m. on Friday,
October 27th, i<> hear their views
on the management of same. This
invitation extends to tlu- membeis
the Boanl of Trade.���M. M.
Stephens, Secretary,
With ihe important subject
"Municipal Government by Council ti, by Commission," for debate
the Presbyterian Church Club met
last night in their new hall or the
first time for this season. The
Mayor presided and several well
know.i   speakers   letl   the   debate
which   resulted   indecisively   the
matter being really only broached
for deeper discussion later, Speakers present, however, gave interesting views iu favor of commission governmeni which furnish
the foundations of further though!
on  lhe  subject  which   is  lo come
up again.
Gave Historical  Resume
(',.    R,    T.    Sawle    opened    the
subject    of   the   evening   after   a
few  complimentary   remarks  by
the Mayor on the advantage of
the church club.   Mr. Sawle briefly
summarised the history of the
system of governmeni by commission which, he said, tinted
back to the flood- tho Galveston
Mood. Commission governmeni Instituted then by three strong
citizens who had stepped into the
breach when the existing council
liecanie demoralised by the disaster, w.is a great success, and
lasted. Now city after cily ill
over (he States is adopting the
system.
Almost   inseparable   from   the
Idea of commission government,
said Mr. Sawle, is the triple itlt.i
of initiative, referendum ami recall. Can.ilia's nearest approach
to the commission form of governmeni for cities as far as Mr.
Sawle was aware was the Board
of Control plan. This really resolved itself principally inio an
Advisory Board i,��� most cases.
One point Mr. Sawle brought
out emphatically. 'That was ihe
certainty thai it will In* necessary
for  Prince   Rupert     if  she  desires
commission governmeni to Influence man) other cities in B. C.
to adopi the same system because
Attorney General Bowser has announced himself Insistent on a
uniform system of municipal gov-
emmenl throughout B. C.
Politicians Don't Want It
Announced to lead ihe debate
mi ilu* sitle ,.gainst commission
government Orlando II. .Nelson
was non-committal. He declared
himself, however, conservative
enough to desire to stick to ilu*
present system ii,nil something
better were shown him. Galveston
might have recovered just as well
from the flood under a council as
under commission il was a mailer
of men afler all. Mr. Nelson was
afraid that commission governmeni offered better opportunities
for graft.    'Three men could grafl
amongst themselves with city funds
belter than  the same three could
in a council tif nine. Ilis own experience iii Victoria of politicians
at Victoria had shown him thai
the idea of having any changes in
ihe present municipal system <>f
B. C. caused the saitl politicians
to use language which he mildly
described as "not strictly Presbyterian."
Success in Des Moines
"Prince Rupert more than any
other  city   i.i   Canada  needs  a
stable form of government," declared George Angoll.    lit* wcnl
on    It)    describe    the    success    of
commission government in I its
Moines, Iowa, a city which he
had himslef lived in firsl under
com,cil and then under commission
To him there seemed no reason
why a city should not be run
as systematically as a department
store, lie suggested that a committee should be appointed in llu*
city to follow up the question and
that Prince Kuperi should not
rest   until  .ill   lhe  lilies  in   B.  ('.
wanted commission government.
"Make Prince Rupert the business end of a live wire extending
all through the province to create
commission government," lu* said.
Fire Hose Politicians
A   new  speaker,   Mr.   Doncll,
dealing   with   his   own   city   of
SUSPECT ARRESTED
Man Believed to Have Murdered
William Urquhart at Vancouver.
(Canadian Pres-. Dispatch)
Vancouver,   Oct.   26.   Watson
Snowdcn,   a    laborer    resilient    in
South Vancouver, was arrested
tonight charged with ilu* murder
of William urquhart, a Cordova
street merchant, aboul six weeks
ago. Snowdcn is alleged to have
made a confession to a party in
Nanaimo. After two weeks' hum
through logging and mining camps
lhe local police local tl him lo-
night in a down town hotel,
SIR Wm. WHYTE HONORED
All Western Officials of C. P. R.
Banquet Him and Present
Silverware.
Winnipeg, On. 35. A notable
gathering assembled hen* tonight
when all the Western officials
of the C. P. R. tendered Sii
William Whyte a banquet and
in,nil* him a pie sent eif handsome
silverware.
TEC    CAMPBELL CLEARED
Officer   who   Shot   and   Killed
Runaway Suspect
(Canadian Puss |lespatch)
Vancouver, (let. -.">    'The police
commissioners   in   session   today
exonerated   Detective   Campbell
who shol and killed a man named
jWebb   who  was  attempting  to
evade arrest.
MAYOR AND
ALD. HILDITCH
Anxiety'at City Hall Over News
Editorial. Mayor Says Aid.
Hilditch is Appointed to Help
in Hydro-Electric Specifications Only.
CONTINUED  ON  PASS   I
Titntiirium Honest Cleaners, Phoni i
Mayor Manson this morning was
most anxioUS that the News ihould
make a correction in reference
to ilu* editorial published yesterday regarding tlu appointment
of Aldennan Hilditch to the water
committee.
"Alderman Hilditch is not chairman of the water committee,"
said ilu* Mayor, "lb is connected with ihe committee only
to help with their specifications
lor Lake Woodwortil waterworks,
and has nol to do with ilu* spending
of ilu* money ai all. Here ait* lhe
minutes on tin appointment."
The excerpt   from   lhe  minutes
reads as follows!
"Tlu* Mayor appointed Alderman    Hilditch   to   act   with    the
watci committee to confer with
the City Engineer on ihe subject
.ri specifications." Tlu- latter
clause the Mayor desired emphasised as being the essence
..I ilu* appointment of Altlernian
Hilditch,
Tlu* Mayor pointed out  that
Altlernian Newton in bis letter
i,, ilu electors liatl gol ibe matter
tif the appointment of Alderman
Hilditch    wrong   also,    antl    said
ii   was   mu   fair   to   Alderman
Hilditch.     lie   hoped   ibe   News
would give ilu- matter publicity
in fairness to the alderman,
^__i THE DAILY NEWS
WINDFALL FOR
A SPOKANE MAN
Little Deed of Kindness to a
Miner Several Years Ago
Brings a $84,000 Legacy.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 28.���Word
received here hist night from Spokane is that F, B. Knapp, to whom
Thomas B. Lynch, who is said to
be dying in an Alaskan hospital,
has bequeathed a fortune of 184,-
000 for his kindness shown to
him several years ago, is now
employed iis a motorman for the
Inland electric system. R S.
Knapp, father of the motorman,
who also was named as beneficiary, has been dead for nine
years. A letter recently was received by a local paper asking
that it locate K. B. Knapp and
his father, R, S. Knapp, that the
money might be sent to them.
In the message received last night.
F. B. Knapp tells the following
story:
"My father and I lived near
Ferris, Minn., in the winter of
189S. One day Lynch was brought
in from the woods a very sick
man. I took him to my home,
as there was no hospital, and I
rode to Graccland, a small town,
to get sonic medicine, We nursed
for a while, and when he got
Well he went away. I never
heard anything more from him.
1 suppose he appreciated our attention."
i
PASTOR CHARGED
Rev. Clarence Richeson, of Boston, Arrested for Alleged Poisoning of His Sweetheart.
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Boston, Oct. 25.���A narrow cell
in Charles Street jail tonight holds
the Rev. Clarence Virgil Thompson I N'Affi
Richeson, the young pastor of rySj
the liiinianuel Baptist Church, ��**%
Cambridge, who was arrested tin
oilier day for the alleged nuirilei
of Avis Linnell of Hy.uuiis, Mass.
to whom he had been engaged
His commitment to jail on b
charge of first degree murder
marked a temporary end to a
chain of circumstances which polio
detectives have followed since tlu
death of Miss Linnell hist Saiurda>
by cyanide of potassium.
Some specials���reduced prices
ladies' hats.���Wallace's. 2i
XXKKXXKX   XXXXXX
X WANDERERS    CLUB
n DANCE
X 	
X Bright    and    Successful
X Early Season Event in
n the Mclntyre Hall Last
X Night.
X
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SINGING PICTURES
Recent Success of an English
Inventor with Musical Cinematograph.
To the recortl of successful
dances held in the Mclntyre Hall
there must be adtled one which
though so early in the season will
not be easily surpassed. The
Wanderers' Club dance held last
night in the Mclntyre Hall was
from the first a brilliant success.
A large number Of guests were
invited and the hall filled with
dancers. Taste marked the decorations, which were carried out
skilfully in a scheme of national
flags dominated by one large red
ensign bearing the name and em-
Ibem of the Wanderers' Club.
Throughout the decoration scheme
too, the letter "W" was aptly
introduced, and a graceful series
of festooned roseattes, ribbons antl
sprays relieved the massive beams
of the ceiling. The musicians'
dais was transformed into a bower
of bunting and evergreens, and
the brilliant electric lighting of
thc hall materially aided in making
thc effect prettier than was ever
seen at an early season lull lasi
year.
The  dancers  included  most
the   best   known   old   timers
Prince Ruperl, mid a great main
of the newer arrivals.   'There must
have been nearly a hundred couples
present,  and  with   the dance  in
full  swing  the  floor weis a  maze
of   brightness   and   color.      The
full glory of the feminine frock
from   the   simplest   to   the   most
strikingly    effective    design * was
radiantly displayed.    The dance
programme included a set of lancets which proved extremely -xip-
ular.    Gray's orchestra supplied
the music to the evident appreciation of the dancers, and there was
an abundantly lavish refreshmenl
service  during  the  intervals,  and     ,
at midnight when dancing ceased   .,
for the  regular nipper interval.   ,���
Beyond doubt  the Wanderers are1
io he congratulated on the success
of iheir dance. They have set
the pace for Prince Rupert's festive
occasions tins season, and set it
high.
A new stiige in the development
of the cinematograph was marked
by a recent performance at the
Kensington Picture Palace, where
the Ipsuin Synchroniser was fust
displayed in public, This invention is a highly successful
effort to present a speaking, or
singing picture, this being arranged by the simultaneous working of the cinematograph and the
gramaphOne. 'The whole point
of the exhibition was to show
the progress towards perfect synchronisation in the public re))
resentiiiioii.
A picture of a woman was dis
played on the screen, and, after
a few seconds, the grainophoni
gave out the words of the popului
song, "Now I've got to call him
father." 'The movements of the
mouth showed the priinounciaiion
of each wortl; perfect time was
kept, and the audience was impressed with the idea that the
film and the voice recortl must
have been made at the same time.
As a inaiu-r tif fact, this w;is not
the case, though when more ambitious displays, such as picture
plays   with    several   actors   and
actresses, are introduced, it will,
of course, be necessary.
It seems safe to prophesy lhat
the time is noi far distant when
every picture palace will have lo
adopt this or some sjmilar method
of satisfying the ears as well as
the eyes of the audience. The
exhibition al Kensington shows
thai the experimental stage has
been passed, but lhe invention is
as yet in its infancy, and the
actors and actresses of the present
generation need have no fear of
lieing forced to reiire. like the
cab-horse owing to the motor car.
Tlie quivering of the picture on
the sheet is siill trying to th
/ eye, antl lhe sound metallic of th
* gramophone is a poor substitut
REMOVAL   SALE
...To Third Avenue
In a few days we will be moving to our new store on Third Ave., but before doing so
we must reduce our very large stock of high-class Clothing, Furnishings, etc., by one half.
To do this and do it quickly, it is to be sacrificed at ridiculously low prices. COME AND
HELP US MOVE BY BUYING YOUR FALL CLOTHING NOW.
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lv,
Men's Negligee or heavy working
shirts, regular $1,50, now
$1.00
NEW HARDWARE STORE
Two Old-timers Start Up-to-
date Bisuness Right in the
Heart of the Latest Development Area.
for the human voice.
11 Would, by the way, have lieen
belter had Mr. Donislhorpe and
those responsible for the exhibition
secured a lietter record for the
song, for its grating' noise was
distinctly displeasing. This, however, was only a matter of secondary importance, since it was a
primary necessity to show how
sound antl motion could Ik- reproduced so as io synchronize
accurately with one another. This
great aim has lit-cn attained. Mr.
l)oiiistlitir|K* is io be congratulated
mi his all-British invention, which
has lieen actually seen in London,
""''Ist Mr. Edison's invention on
same   "ines   has   Ik-cii   only
ussttl.
THE HOSPITAL DANCE
On Second avenue and Fifth
street, in one of the new spacious
stores just Hearing completion next
to the new theatre tO be opened
in December, iwo of Prince Rupert's   best   known   old-timers   in
the hardware trade have opened
tip in business on their own with
a IDlendid stock of goods.
Don't Forget the Event of the
Season    It's on Friday Night
Don't forget the Hospital Ball
which is to take place in the
Mclntyre Hall on Friday evening,
October 29th, 'The Ladies' Committee have gone to more than
usual trouble to make il a success.
'Tickets can be had from any
member of the committee. 6t
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Shoes
No matter what
the shape or size
of your feet, we
can fit them
Regular $6.00
Now $4
Men's Fedora or Crush
H_ts,reg.$3$_.50
now
Men's Heavy all wool Ribbed
Sweater Coats, teg. &*���* rr*.
$Z, now'.  <f 1.0U
Extra heavy
all wool
UNDERWEAR
REGULAR
~S2.00-
$25.00   Tweed or Worsted
Suit
SUITS
NOW $17.50   Now  $1.50
THE SALE IS NOW GOING ON
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^^^^^^ ���    Messrs.
Howe and MeXulty formerly with
the Prince Rupert Hardware Co.,
of Third avenue, are the proprietors  of   the   new   store   which   is
njnety feet deep by twenty-nine,
and is being fitted up in a manner
second to none in the cily.
The young linn inlend- lo do
a general hardware trade, including
paints   and   similar   supplies,   also
to  specialise   In   all   classes   of
marine supplies ami ship chandlery,
oars, rowlocks, rope, launch supplies, ship and launch hardware,
bogging equipment ri^hl and complete from the word no can lie
had  from   Messrs.   Howe and   Mt-
Nulty ai once, as well as every
other  essential  or  luxury  in   the
hardware line,
St. Andrew's Society
A general meeting of the St.
Andrew's Society will be held in
the Carpenters' Hall On Friday
evening, October 27th, when arrangements will be made for entertainment during the winter
| months.      It    is   important   and
members arc requested to make it
a point to be present,
The office of C. H. Handasyde,
Jr., manufacturer's agent, will
be closed until Nov. 1st, while
Mr. Handasyde is south on business.
Transits
Levels
Blue Print Papers
Drawing Papers
Drawing Instruments
Tapes and Chains
Scales
Do You Want
Value for
Your Money ?
Why not eat
luncheon
at tho
and  dinner
Missis. (',. Atkinson and  A. (..
Fallowfield arrived  by  the  Prinn*
Rupen   today  on   the way  to
Masset.
Don.t forget the dance Thursday night in  the Mclntyre Hall.
Cold nights    warm Mankels���all
kinds.���Wallace's. 2t
We have a large
���took nnd can
make immediate
delivery of the
���liove, together
with every other
item of interest
In the equipment
of the engineer
and draughstmen
Exchange : Grill
The  Price  3S   cents IS   RIGHT
and the cuisine and service up to our
well established standard
MI1.NER & BOWNESS     -   PROPS. .
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict ol Cout linn**,- a
Taka notice that 1, Gordon C. Emmerson ol
Prince Rupert, 11. C., occupation real estate
broker, Inlend to apply lor permission to purchaae the lollnwini dencilbed lands:
Commencing at a post plantod about 2 3-4
milea in a northerly direction from the northeast
corner post of Lot 1389, Ramie .">, Cout Dislrict,
thence north 40 chains, thence west to river
bank, thence south lollowinit river bank lo point
of commencement;   containing 160 acres, more or
Dated Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
LAND PURCHASE NCT1CB
,     .* I..*C
Unit drt*
���,-._ _. _, nation clvi1 er��i-n��.Jg
to apply lor permission lo noirl *r xm xt*e*m
-scribed lands:
Commencing at a pos* plst -
���   nnrlhr.lv      ... ,-',.,.    'a.
.Skeena Lanel Dislricl-lli.it
Take notice lhat Lcltoy  I
Rupert, II. 0, occupation rl-ri
:-;-'��*
Send for Catalogue
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McRae Bros., Ltd.
EVftftTTtllNf)  r��K THR OFFICR
Howe & McNulty
HARDWARE
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Are now readv to do business In
their new Hardware store on
Second Ave. and Fifth St., with
a complete stock of heavy and
shelf hardware, stoves and ran-
,'���������, granite and tinware, paints
and oils, ship chandlery, sporting
goods, etc. :      :      :      :
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All brders will receive prompt attention
PHONE 364
Skeena Und Dlrtrict���Dlrtrict uf Cout Range V
Take notioe that I, Benjamin A- Fish of Towner,
N.   ��>.,   occupation   merchant.   Intend   to   apply
for permission to purchaae the following deacribed
Commencing at a port planted on the east
boundary and about five chains from the aoutheaat corner of Lot 4484, thence north 60 chains,
thence eart 80 cbaina, thence south 60 chains,
thence wnat 30 chaina to point of commencement
Datod June 24, 1011. BENJAMIN A. PISH
Pub. July 86. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land Dlrtrict���Dlrtrict of Coast Hange 5
Take notice that Hiriam Itoy McTavish of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrister, Intends i
to apply for permission to purchase the following '
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest .
corner 40 chains east and 40 chains north from
N. E. comer of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey Coaat I
District Kange 6, thence 60 chains eart, thence
60 chains north, thence 60 chains west, thence 60
chains aouth to poat of commencement containing
8fl0 acres more or leas.
DatedSept. 18, 1911 HIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
rub, Sept. 28. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District��� DWrlct of Coast Range 5
Take notice that Lottie McTavish of Vancouver,
occupallon married woman, intends to apply
for permlsaion to purchaae the following describwl
landa:
Commencing at a port planted at the north-
wast corner 100 chaina east and 20 chains north
from N. Iv corner of \**\ 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat District Range 5, thenco 20 chaini aouth,
thence 80 chaina eaat, thenre 80 chains north,
thence 40 chaina west, thence 60 chains south,
thenco 40 chaina west to post of commencement
dnntalning 400 acrea more or less
DatedSept. 18.1911.
Pub. Sept. S3
tr(
In a northerly  'id ��������� ioi ffo_.
p3*t of Lot [MB, Rang*1 '. i
east  30 chaina, thence nmth *'
west  to  bank  of  river,  then"   ***** ������
hank of river to point of cottstr.*" "**-*���"���
talnlng 160 acres, more or taat ,.  r0.vf
DatedSept. 9, 1911. I.' ' �� G*��i
Pub. Oct. 14, Oordo-H
Skeena Land District
Dunn y'. * ��*! oSasW
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Take notice lhat I. ( 1 r��������
of  Prince Hup rt, B. C. -
engineer, Intond toappl> foi ptm       itof**^"
the following described land*; ^*y
Commencing at a post pUfiti ���   ������ ' ','._*
weat  corner of Lot  No.   ! I   ��� . g
Lakelse   and   marked   (>m ���
N. E. Corner, thence west 40 chain��. '���^-^JTf,
80 chaina, thence east 10 rhsit ,
chaina   to   post   of   enmm-nr.    ���
320 ac.es, mnre nr leas. ,,   ,_,,������
CHRISTOPHER MS,  QUA ������'"     '_2rp
Dated Sept. 22. 1911. tlM*\ M.  -U.tMWW'1
Laird.
Pub. Sept. 30.
fed W. Uohler. Ami
��hler. Agent
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N CHINA
IRITISH INNISKILLINGS
ARE ORDERED TO PEKIN
Iritish Government Takes Precautions to Protect the
Europeans in Pekin -Report That Rebels Have
Taken Imperial War-Chest With $1,000,000
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Pekin,    Oct.   20���The Briiish
^uiiskilling   Dragoons which  had
arted to leave for India have
ecu ordered to return to   I'ekin
bid are now on the march hack.
Ihey will  arrive  here  tomorrow
rom Tientsin, whither they had
Vine tn embark for Calcutta,
Cities Join Rebels
Advices from revolutionary sour-
es show that the rebels have
aptured the city of Hukow, and
hat   the  rebel  forces  have been
igmented by large forces from
Ian Chang and Kwci Ling, which
Ive gone over to the revolution-
ties.
Rebels are Cautious
The reports all agree that the
^volutionarics arc taking precau-
Dns  to  prevent   their   followers
um committing any excesses.   It
realised however, that there is
teat  danger of   ihem   breaking
loose in lhe exultation of victory
Soldiers Leave Pekin
Every train for the south is
laden with soldiers. Five thousand soldiers started today for
Sin Yang Chow to strengthen
lhe Imperial forces there under
General Tchang. Another battle
with the rebels is sure lo ensue.
Capture $1,000,000 War Chest
London, Oct. 20.���A report
has readied here by cable from
IVkin stilling that the Chinese
rebels have outflanked the Imperial iroups near Hankow and
seised ihe military war chest containing a million dollars.
INDOOR BASEBALL
Giants vs. Phillies
Tonight   at   the   Auditorium.
Game called at 8 L6 sharp. Skating
after the game.   Admission 25c.
IHICAGO SUFFRAGETTE HAS
NOVEL MARRIAGE CONTRACT
Irs. Gertrude Matt Agrees Not to Buy Her Husband
Cigars, and He in Return Agrees to Divide His
Bank Account and Not Grow Jealous
of any Man Who Admires Her
Chicago, lOct. 26.���Chicago's
st suffragist marriage has taken
ace between Edward Matt and
rturdc Ellis. Before the cerc-
nony was performed ihey lioth
" iled the county recorder, with
10m Mr. Matt officially filed the
fallowing affidavit to be sworn
m before a notary" '"To whom ii
may concern���I, Edward Matt,
agree to allow my wife all the
privileges of a free-liorn American
woman. She may hav her own
Say in everything (except in buy-
ng my cigars); she i.s free to go
md come when she likes, to choose
ter own friends, and 1 agree
lot to be jealous. I agree not to
{o gunning for a fellow because
ie admires her beauty or liecause
she smiles when he tips Ilis ha I.
"I will nol interfere in any of
WILL HAVE TWO
RY. COMMISSIONS
mt.
Borden Government Intends to
���t Divide the Work of the President Commission.
ra
_> (Canadian Press Despatch)
t*. Ottawa, Oct. 20.���One of tin-
first legislative acts of the new
Government will be to Introduce
a bill dividing the Railway Commission into two parts, one for
the  east  and   the  other   for   the
west.   The headquarters of the
western commission will be at
Winnipeg and the eastern at Ottawa.
J. D. PRENTICE DEAD
Was  Finance  Minister  in  the
Dunsmuir and Prior Admin-
l ist ration.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 20���J. L>. Prentice, a former finance minister
in thc Dunsmuir and Prior administration, died today at Ins
home at Lillooet.
SNOW AT WINNIPEG
Four Inches of the Beautiful
Fell  Yesterday
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg,   Oct.   20.-Bctwecn
one and four inches of snow   Ml
yesterday in Winnipeg snd ihs rid.
Belgians for B.C.
Winnipeg, Oct. 25.-(Special)-
A large party of Belgian .settlers
left this evening for British Columbia to settle on the land.
her plans. 1 will be good and kind
to her. I promise to spill all my
earnings into her lap, and il shall
be her privilege to do with it as
she likes so long as she feeds me
well. When we have a surplus
and it goes into the bank I agree
tha, 1 will not hold ihe keys.
Cheques may lie signed by both
to make them good. I promise
not to be afraid .o go home at
night, and to be there al all
proper times or to make valid
excuses. I further agree noi to
talk about the pies my mother
used to make, or lo grumble
because the buns are soggy. I
further agree to let her get a
Reno divorce right here in Chicago
if 1 do nol behave as a kind,
loving, gentle snd considerate husband."
WILL CALL FOR
NAVAL INQUIRY
Defence Department at Ottawa
Will Court Martial the Officers of the Niobe.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. '.'(i. The Depatr-
ment of Naval Defence have decided to hold it muri martial on
the officers of ilu* Niobe in connection wiih ihe Btranding of
the ship olT Cape Sable last July-
It will be remembered that the
charge was freely made on Conservative platforms that ilu- Niobe
grounded while on her way to
take part iii a Liberal picnic.
XKKKMKKKUKKKKX
K PHILADELPHIA WINS n
n ��� x
K Philadelphia, Oct, 26. n
K ���Philadelphia Athletics n
n today  won  the  World's x
X Baseball   Championship x
X by a victory over the New x
X York Giants by 13 to 2. x
X The score was: j-
X New   York  2   runs,   4 x
X hits, 3 errors. jj
X Philadelphia  13   runs, ��
X 14   hits,   5   errors. jj
X Bender and Ames star- x
X ted  the  game.    This is x
X the fourth win for Phil- x
X adelphia out of six games x
X and carries the World's x
X Championship. x
X X
XXKKXXXK   XXXXXX
NOT TO OPPOSE
THE MINISTERS
Quebec Liberals Decide to Allow New Ministers a Walkover for Their Seats.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oil. 20.���The Liberal
leaders have made ;m announce-
nn*. t th.u the return of the
Cabinc Ministers from Quebec
will noi be opposed. Thtl nomina-
tio.t s tiiki* place mi Fridays The
orogii ;il intention hud been to
concentrate an opposition againsl
ll..,.. Mr. Pelletier.
There is still Borne talk of
opposition to the Ministers in
(I, i..iio, biii principally from dis-
grui lied   Tories.
CHINESE HOUSE DEMANDS
DISMISSAL OF PREMIER
Federal Assembly Practically Goes Over to the  Rebels
���Imperial Family are Meditating Flight-
Roads Lined With Refugees
CHILE  BUYS   BATTLESHIPS
To Make Demonstration
Against Peru
���   ..       	
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Valparaiso, Oct. 25.���Replying
to what is described iis the licllieosc
attitude of Peru over the boundary
dispute Chile has repurchased tin-
British battleships Triumph and
Swiftsure. Troops are embarking
for northern frontier.
WORLDS^CHAMPIONSHIP
SERIES
Details    of    Yesterday's    Ball
Game Wired in the P. M.
Details of yesterday's worlds
series of ball games were as follows:
New York 4 runs, 0 hits, 2 errors.
Philadelphia :, runs, 7 hits, 1
error.
Ten innings.
Pitchers: Marqiiard, Ames,
Crandall, Coombs, and Plank.
The game was an up-hill light
for the Giant! who won only iu
lhe tenth  inning.
Philadelphia scored three in tne
third. New York score none
until thc seventh when they scored
one. They made tWO more in
the ninth lieing 'I"' ���������' 'rlu-'
last one they scored half Way
through the tenth inning.
Calgary's  Member Moves  Address
Ottawa. Oct 25.--(Special)    R.
B.  Bennett, member for ( algaiv.
has been selected to move address.
Arthur Sevigny, member for Dorchester, to second	
For the dance -fancy hair bands.
���Wallace's. **'
REBELLION SWEEPS OVER CHINA
City of Sian, One of Government's Stronghold's, Surrenders Without a BIow---City of Hukow is Captured After a Fight
CHINESE GENERAL REFUSES TO FIGHT
General Yin Tchang of the Imperial Troops, Insists on  Having More Guns and
Wages for His Troops Before He Will Advance   Federal Assembly is
Deserted���Foreign Residents in the Coast Cities Clamor
for Protection from European Warships
(Canadian  Press Despnt h)
Pekin, Oct. 25.    There is no longer any doubt as to the success of the Chinese rebels
The city of  Sian which has been looked on as one of the strongholds of the Govcrnnent
has gone over to them without striking a blow.   The whole of the southwest corner of
the Chinese Empire is rapidly becoming inflamed, and the people are siding with the
rebels.
GENERAL WON T BUDGE
General Yin Tchang who is in command of the main body of the Imperial troops
at Sin Yang Chow has declined to move upon the rebels there. He says they have four
hundred guns with them, and he refuse to advance unless supplied with additional
guns, and money wherewith to pay the Imperial troops their back pay.
NATIVE BANKERS REFUSE LOANS
The native bankers are alarmed at the success of the rebellion and refuse to lend
any money to tha Government.   Their action is very significant of Chinese opinion on
the rebellion.
MEMBERS ARE ABSENT
Even the members of the Federal Assembly which was to open its business sessions
in Pekin yesterday, show their indifference to the Government. In the face of the crisis,
only ninety of the two hundred members attending the opening of the House yesterday.
There was not a single representative from the provinces of Hupeh and Sze Chuen.
FOREIGNERS  ARE  ANXIOUS
The foreigners are becoming anxious at the state of affairs. At Sian and Hukow
which has also fallen, British and foreign warships are protecting their own country
people. At Foo Chow there are a large number of Americans, and they have asked that
the warships arrange to protect them in case of an uprising there, as it is certain that
the revolution is rapidly travelling eastwards.
SING lll'AI
T'irsi Premier of China, whose
dismissal has taken place.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Pekin, Oct, 20. -To add to tlu*
gravity of the Chinese situation,
the assembly which met yesterday
ia small numbers has practically
Hoiie   over   to   llu*   rebels.     'They
have given what is practically
an ultimatum to tin* Manchus
to leave the country, ami have
impc ichcdSing Huai, ilu* President
of the Chinese Ministry, demanding
his instant dismissal and severe
punishment.
Royal Family Prepare
li i- commonly reported that
ilu* Imperial family ha- prepared
for nighi .. nl Drill make for Jehol
aboul 118 miles north of Pekin.
'The road to Jehol i- practically
lined with , roups. (I,hers think
thai    the    linking    of    llu*    Jehol
road is only a ruse and the Imperial
family will seek refuge in the
foreign   settlements   at   Tientsin
Or senile of the oilier jiorts.
TO CONFER OFFICIALLY
WITH RUPERT'S SHIPPERS
W. W. Foster, Deputy Minister of Public  Works,  Will
Meet Citizens Interested, Alter inspection
of Government Wharf in Order to
Report to Department
W. VY. Foster, Deputy Minister
of Public Works, who arrived
from Victoria yesterday paid a
visit of inspection with the Mayor
to tin* Government Wharf which
is now practically completed except for warehouses, etc.
Before it can lie opened for
steamship traffic, and thc arrangements made for the management of the wharf a report from
Mr. Foster has to be submitted
to the Governmeni at Victoria, and
for ihis Mr. Foster is now collecting
information.
Today he Is convening with sev-
ia I of the leading citizens in
(crested in waterfront business,
and   tomorrow  afternoon   al   twit
o'clock he will meet with the
principal shippers in the police
conn room to discuss the matter
fully.   The Board of Trade mem*
MANY SPEAKERS FAVOR COMMISSION GOVT.
Presbyterian Club Discussion Last Night Aroused Considerable Interest and is Not
the Last to be Held on This Great Subject
lnis  will  also consuli   with   Mr.
Foster on the same occasions
It is upwards of two years now
since the lirsi steps wen- taken
towards the building of the Government Wharf ai the foot of
McBride street. Difficulties were
experienced in the placing of the
concrete piles bin these were overcome, and the wharf is now
practically all decked and ready
for traffic.
Mr. \V. W. Fosier, Deputy
Minister of Public Works, will
nuii shippers and others interested
iu the Government Wharf, in the
police station at 2 p.m. on Friday,
October 27th, to hear their views
on tin* management of same. This
Invitation extendi to the members
o the Board of Trade.���M. M.
Stephens, Secretary,
With  lhe important  subject
"Municipal Government by Council or by Commission," for debate
the Presbyterian Church Club met
lasi night iii their new hall or the
first lime for this season. The
Mayor presided and several well
known speakers led the debate
which resulted indecisively the
matter being really only broached
for deeper discussion later. Speakers present, however, gave interesting views in favor of commission government which furnish
the foundations of furl her thought
oii the subject- which is to come
up again-
Gave Historical  Resume
G.    R.   T.   Sawle   opened    the
subject   of   the   evening   after   a
few complimentary remarks by
the Mayor on the advantage of
the church club,  Mr. Sawle briefly
summarized   the   history   of   the
systi m of governmeni by commission which, he said, daled
back to the Hood���the Galveston
flood. Commission government instituted then by three strong
citizens who had Stepped into the
breach when  the existing council
became demoralised by the disaster, was a great success, and
lasted. Now city after city ill
over   the  Stales  is  adopt ing   the
system.
Almost    inseparable    from    tlu-
idea of commission government,
said Mr. Sawle, is the triple idea
of Initiative, referendum and re
call.   Canada's nearest approach
to ilu- commission form of government   foi   lilies as   far   as   Mr.
Sawle   was  aware   was tlie  Moan
of Control  plan.    'This really re
solved   itself   principally   into   an
Advisory Boartl In most cases.
One point Mr. Sawle brought
out emphatically. That was the
certainty that it will be necessary
for Prince Kupert -if she desires
commission government -to Influence man) other cities in B. ('.
to adopt the same system because
Attorney General Bowser has announced himself Insistent on a
uniform system of municipal governmeni throughoui B. C.
Politicians  Don't Want  It
Announced   to lead ihe debate
on  ihe side againsl  commission
government   Orlando   H.    Nelson
was non-committal. He declared
himself,    however,    conservative
enough  lo tlesire  to stick  to  lhe
present system until something
better were shown him. Galveston
might have recovered just as well
from ihe lliioil under a council as
under commission it wasa matter
of men after all. Mr. Nelson was
afraid that commission governmeni offered better opportunities
for graft.    'Three men could graft
amongst themselves with city binds
belter than the same three could
in a council of nine. His own experience at Victoria of politicians
at Victoria had shown him lhal
the idea of having any changes iii
ilu- present municipal system of
B.  C. caused  lhe sa-d politicians
in use language which he mlldl)
described as "not strictly Presbyterian."
Success in Des Moines
"Prince Kupert more than   any
oilier   cily   in    Canada   needs   a
stable form of government," declared   George   Angell.     He  Weill
on to describe the success of
commission  government   in   Des
Moines, Iowa, a city which he
had   hinislef  lived   in   first   under
council and then under commission
'To lum there seemed no reason
why   a   dty   should   not   be   run
as systematically as a department
store. He suggested that a committee should be appointed in the
city to follow up the question ami
thai Prince Ruperl should nol
rest   until  ali  the cities in   B.  ('.
wanted commission government.
"Make Prince Rupert the business end oi a live wire extending
all through the province to create
commission goven ment," he said.
Fire Hose Politicians
A   new  speaker,   Mr.   Doncll,
dealing   with   his   own   city   oi
CONTINUED ON PAUK -I
SUSPECT ARRESTED
Man Believed to Have Murdered
William Urquhart at Vancouver.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver,   Oct.   85.   Watson
Snowdcn, a laborei resident in
South Vancouver, was arrested
tonight charged wiih the murder
of William Urquhart, a Cordova
street merchant, about six weeks
ago. Snowden is alleged to have
made a confession to a party in
Nanaimo,   After two weeks' hunt
through logging and mining camps
the local police locat d him to.
night in a down town hotel.
SIR Wm. WHYTE HONORED
All Western Officials of C. P. R.
Banquet Him and Present
Silverware.
Winnipeg. Oct. 2,-i. A notable
gathering assembled hen* tonight
when all the Western officials
of the ('. P. K. tendered Sir
William Whyte a banquet ami
made him a present of handsome
silverware,
TEC    CAMPBELL CLEARED
Officer   who   Shot   and   Killed
Runaway Suspect
(Canadian Puss Dispatch)
Vancouver, < let, 'i.'i The police
commissioners in session today
exonerated   Detective   Campbell
who shot and killed a man named
Wibb  who  was  attempting   in
evade arrest.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, I'hone 4
MAYOR AND
ALD. HILDITCH
Anxiety at City Hall Over News
Editorial. Mayor Says Aid.
Hilditch is Appointed to Help
in Hydro-Electric Specifications Only.
Mayor Manson this morning was
most anxious that the News should
make a correction in reference
te> ilu* editorial published yesterday regarding the appointment
of Alderman Hilditch to the water
committee.
"Alderman Hilditch is not chairman of the water committee,"
said the Mayor. "He is connected with the committee only
to help with their specifications
for Lake Woodworth waterworks,
ami has not to do with the spending
of the money Bl all.    Here are thc
minutes on the appointment."
The CXCcrpt from the minutes
reads as follows!
"'The Mayor appointed Alderman Hilditch lo act with the
water committee to confer with
the City Engineer on tlu* subject
of specifications." The latter
clause the Mayor desired emphasised as being the essence
of  the appointment  of  Altlernian
Hilditch.
The Mayor pointed out that
Alderman Newton in his letter
to the electors had gol the matter
of the appointment of Alderman
Hilditch witing also, antl said
il was not fair to Alderman
Hilditch. He hoped the News
wmild  give  the  matter  publicity
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A NEW IDEA IN MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Front Virginia conies the novelty of municipal government administered by .i general manager whose prototype is to be found i
every large corporation.   This scheme, w hieh is known as the "Stauntoi
plan," after the city where it is in vogue, is a modification of th
commission form of government.
Three years of experimentation have been satisfactory to Staunton
with a population in excess of 12,000 and one of the most enterprising
communities in Virginia. When, in March. 190$, it was decided t'
give the general manager a chance, ii was a guetl ili.u councilmei .
having their private affairs, could not reasonably be expected togpi1
their time and services gratuitUOUsly to the coilimur.ily. This, it wai
pointed out, It-tl naturally to indifference and i<> the administrr.tioi
of affairs l>y a select few or by contractors interested in public work.
Under the new plan, ii is reported that this system of favoritism
is a thing of the past.
In his new book. "City Government by Commission," Cljntoi
Rogers Woodruff, secretary of the National Municipal league, refen
at length to the "Staunton plan." also quotes John Crosby, |*>residei
of the Commission council of the municipality.     Say- Secretary
Woodruff in one place:
"The constitution of Virginia requires cities to maintain theii
mayor and council, and in .-itics of the first class (those having .'. im,*.-,-
uiatiou of 10,000 or more) two branches of the council arc required.
���Therefore.' Mr. Crosby tells us. ���Staunton was unable to abolisl
the council and adopt a commission form of government. However,
as the provisions of the code permit the council t��> establish sue!
offices as may be necessary to conduct properly the city's affair-,
thc idea of a general manager was conceived.' "
In the main, the terms of the ordinance adopted by the Stauntoi
council and authorising thc general manager, prescribe:
That  the two branches of the council shall appoint yearly, ii
July, "an officer to be known and designed as 'general manager.' "
That the general manager shall receive a yearly salary to be fixed
by thc council antl shall employ a paid clerk.
That thc general manager "shall devote his entire time t>> tin
duties of his office, and shall have entire charge and control > t thi
executive work of the city in its various departments and have ciuin
charge and control of thc heads of departments and employees of th.
city. Hc shall make all contracts for labor and supplii -. and in genera
perform all of thc administrative executive work now performed b>
the several suinding committees of the council, excepi the finano
ordinance ar.d auditing committees. The general manager shall discharge such duties as many from time to time Ih* required of him
by the council."
PASSING    COMMENT
Thc proprietor of the Journal is not in favor of Commission government. He much prefers the kind that allows a party Mayor to hand
him advertising pap at double rates, and makes the public pay the bill
The opposition of thc proprietor cf tin' Journal to Commissioi
government is a tribute to Comniis-ion government.
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CHAPTER I.
FLOTSAM.
All niia-lit long the great boll of the
lighthouse, slung to a stout beam promoting sea�� ani beneath the outer
/platform, had lolled Its warning
[through the to*,. The monotonous
kicking ii ft he clockwork attachment
Ithat governed It, the sharp and
livelier click of the occulting hood's
machinery, were the only sounds
which alternnted with Its deep boom.
The tremendous clang sent a thrill
throiiK -the giant column Itself and
pealed away Into the murky void
[with a tremolo of profound diminutions.
Overhead, the magnificent lantern,
its eight-ringed circle of flame burning
st full pressure. Illumined the drifting vapor with an Intensity that seemed to be born of the sturdy granite
pillar of which it was the fitting diadem. Hard and strong externally as
the everlasting rock on which It stood,
���replete within with burnished steel
jx:.i\ polished brass, great cylinder*
-and powerful pumps,���the lighthouse
���thrust Its  glowing torch beyond tho
&��ach of the most daring wave. Cold,
our. defiant It looked. Yet Its Blip-
erl.timiiti eye swept to pierce the
very heart of the fog, anil the furnace-white glare, concentrated ten
thousand-fold by the encircling hive of
the dioptric lens, flung far into the
gloom a silvery cloak of moon-like
(majesty.
I At last an irresistible ally sprang
,lo the assistance of the unconquerable light. About tbe close of the
middle watch a gentle breeze from the
Atlantic followed the tide and swept
the shivering wraith landward to ine
northeast, whilst the first beams of
a June sun completed the destruction
of the routed spectre.
So. once more, as on the dawn of
the third day. the waters under the
heaven were gathered Into oue place
��nd the dry land appeared, and heboid, It was good.
. On the horlson, the turquoise rim
cf the sea lay with the sheen of
���folded silk against the softer canopy
���of the sky. Towards the west a
���group of Islands .to which drifting
(bantu of mist clung in melting despair, were etched in shadows of
dreamy purple. Over the nearer sea-
floor the quickly dying vapor spread
:. I, i--> pall of opal -.ati Acrjss tbt
lace ot the *\'At* glistening bauds
q.lvercd In in ry 1 ir'its. The SlS-UU)
-ray* of the sun threw broadcast a
golden mirage and  glided all things
Pith the dumb gladness cf an English
ummer's day.
. A mair. pacing the narrow gallery
beneath the lautern. halted for a rao
.inent to flood hts soul af-en'i with a
beauty made entrancing by the knowledge tbat a few brief momeuts wou.d
resolve It Into maturer and more fa-
nilllar charms.
* He was engaged, lt ls true. In tho
���unromantlc action of filling his pipe.���
la simple thing, beloved alike of poets
end navvies.���yet his eyes drank ln
the mute glory of the scene, and,
.���aptive to thc spell of thc hour, he
murmured  aloud:
"Floating on waves ot music and of
light.
Behold thc chariot of the Fairy
Queen!
Celestial coursers paw the unyielding air:
Their filmy pennons at her word
they furl.
And slop obedient to the reins ot
light."
The small door beneath the glass
Jane was open.     The worker within,
(busily ceanlng an eight-inch  burner,
.ceased for un Instant and popped his
I head out.
"Uld you hall me?" he inquired.
The matter-of-fact words awoke the
J dreamer. He turned with a pleasant
'smile.
"To be exact. Jlm, 1 did hail some-
Ibody. but lt was Aurora. Spirit of the
"Dawn, not a hard-bitten sallorman
; Jlke you."
"Oh. that's all right, ca; ti. I thought
I heard you slngln' out for a lght."
The other man bent his head to
| shield a march from a puff of wind,
' thus concealing from his companion
the gleam Of amusement in his eyes
ills mate sniffed the fragrant odo- of
the tobacco longingly, but the Elder
Brethren of the Trinity maintain
strict discipline, and he vanished to
his task without a thought cf brokeu
rules.
He left a piece of good advice be
1 hind him.
"If I was you. ova n ' he said. "I'd
turn ln. Jones is 'eellng Ai this
-morning. You ought to be dead beat
.after your double IfH I of Cue last
two days. I'll keep b-eakfist back
until three bells (MO a.m.) ao' there's
fresh eggs an' haddlck.'
"Just a couple of whiffs, Jin*. Then
f 11 go below."
' Both men wore the uniform of assistant-keepers, yot It needed not their
manner of sp.ech to reveal that one
was a gentit-man. boiti and bred, and
the other a bluff, good-natured, horny-
handed A. I' . to whom new-laid eggs
-and recently cured fish appealed far
more potently than Shelley and a
summer dawn at sea.
He who had Involuntarily quoted
"Queon Mab" turned his gate ?eaward
again. Each moment the scene was
becoming more brilliant yet nearer
to earth. The faroff Islands sent
f plashes of gray, brown aud green
���hrough the purple. The rose flush
���'. the horizon  was assuming a yel-
<<r tinge and the blue of sky and
er waa deepening.   Twenty miles
ay to the southwest the smoke ol
steamer heralded  the advent of ao
Atlantic liner, and 'he last shreds
of white mist were curling forlornly
above thc waves.
The presence of the steamship, a
tiny, dull ��pot on the glowing picture, ;
Peopled the void with life aud banished p-Detvy -uh the thinly sheeted
shosts of tho fog. ln a little more
ilhau an hour the would be abreast of
| the Oulf Rock Light. The watcher
pellelM���was almost certain, to tact
���that she was the FflnoSM Royal,
homeward bound from New York to
Southampton. Prom her saloon deck
those enthusiasts who hnd risen early
BllOUgh to catch a first glimpse of tho
English coaBt were already s,mining
the trimly rugged outlines of the Boll*:
ly IbIos, and searching with their
glasses for the Land's Knd and the
Lizard.
In a few hours they would bo ln
Southampton; that afternoon in London*���London, tho Mecca of tho world,
from which, two years ago he fled
with a loathing akin to terror. Tho
big ship out there, panting nnd straining ns if sho were beginning, not ending, hor ocean race of three thousand
j miles,  was  carrying ess r hundreds
; to the pleasures an dfolllei of tho
great city. Yet he. the nan smoking
and silently staring at the growing
bank of smoke,���a young man, too;
handsome, erect, with the clean,
Binooth profile of the aristocrat.���had
turned his back on lt all, and sought,
and found, pence here lu tlie gaunt pillar on a lonely rock.
Strange, how differently men ard
constituted. And women I Hah! A
hard look eame into his eyes. His
mouth set In a stern contempt. For
n whllo his face bore a steely expression   which   would   have  amazed   the
1 mau within the lantern, now singing
lustily as he worked.
But as the harp of David caused the
, ivll Bpirlt to depart from Saul, so did
the music of tho morning chase away
the lurking devil of memory which
sprang   upon    the   lighthouse-keeper
I with the sight of the vessel.
He smiled again, n trifle bitterly,
perhaps. Behind him the singer roar*
ed genially:
"Soon we'll bo ln London Town,
Slug, my lads, yen bo-o,
And   see    the King ln his golden
crown,
Sing, my lads, yeo bo."
The man on the platform seemed to
be aroused from a painful reverie by
: the Jingle so curiously a propos to his
' thoughts.   He tapped his pipe on the
iron railing, and was about to enter
the lantern���and so to the region of
sleep   beneath���when   suddenly   hla
glance, trained to an acutenesss not
dreamed of by shore folk, rested on
some object seemingly distant a mile
I or   less,   aud   drifting   slowly   nearer
with the tide.
At this hour a two-knot current
; swept to the cast around and over
the treacherous reef whose sunken
fangs were marked by the lighthouse.
In calm weather, such as prevailed
Just then. It was difficult enough to
effect a landing at the base of the
; rock, but (his same smiling water-
race became an awful, raging, tearing fury when the waves were lashed Into a storm.
He pocketed bis pipe and stood with
hands clenched on the rail, gazing Intently at a white-painted ship's lifeboat, with a broken mast and a sail
trailing over the stern. Its color, with
the sun shining on lt, no less than the
vaporous oddles fading down to the
surface of the sea, had prevented
htm from seeing It earlier. Perhaps
j he would not have noticed it at all
were It not for the flashing wings of
I several sea-birds which accompanied
I the craft In aerial escort.
Even yet a landsman would have
siared Insolently in that direction and
declared that there was naught else
lu sight save the steamer, whose taU
masts and two black funnels were
J now distinctly visible. But tbe light-
' house keeper knew he was not mistaken. Here was a boat adrift, forlorn, deserted. Ita contour told him
that It was no local craft straying adventurously from island to mainland.
Its unexpected presence, wafted thue
strangely from ocean wilds, the broken spar and tumblod canvas, betokened an accident, perchance a tragedy.
"Jim:" he cried.
His male, engaged in shrouding tho
gleaming lenses from the sun's rays,
came at tbe call. He was lame���the
result of a wound received In the
Egyptian campaign; nevertheless, he
was quick on his feet.
"What do you make of that?"
The sailor required no more than a
gesture. He shaded his eyes with his
right hand, a mere shipboard trick of
concentrating vision and brain, for
the rising sun was almost behind him.
"Ship's boat." he answered, laconically. "Collision. I expect There's
bin no blow to speak of for days. But
they're gone. Knocked overboard
when she was took aback by a squall.
Unless them birds���"
He spoke ln a species of verbal
ihorthand. but hts meaning was deaf
enough, even to the sentence left unfinished. Tbe craft was under no control. She would drift steadily Into
!he Hay until the tide turned, wander
In an aimless circle for half an hour
thereafter, and then, when the ������'-B
restored direction and force to the
current, voyage forth again to the
fabled  realm of Lyonnesse.
Por a little while they stood together ln silence. Jim suddenly quitted
his companion and came back with
a glass. He poised lt with the precl-
'���.'������. of a Bisley marksman and began
lo speak again. Jerkily:
"Stove ln forrard. above the water
ilne. Wouldn't live two minutes in a
lea. Somethln' lytn' ln the bows.
"mil make lt out. And there's a couple of cormorants perched on the gun*
wale. But she'll pass within two hundred yards on her present course, an'
the tlde'll hold long enough for that."
The other man looked around. Prom
that elevated perch, one hundred and
thirty feet above high-water mark, ha
could survey a vast area of sea. Ex-
repting the approaching steamer���
which would flit past a mile away to
the south���and a few distant brown
specks which betokened a shcal ot
Penzance flshlng-smacks making the
best of ths tide eastward���there was
hot a mil In sight.
"I think we should tn' and get hold
of her," bp said.
Jlm kept his eye glued to the telescope.
"Taln't worth it, cap'n. The salvage 'II oaly be a pound or two, not
but what ao extry surrln comes In use
ful. an' ��i might tie her up to the
buoy on the off chance until the relief comes or we signal a smack. But
what's the good o' talkln'? We've got
M boat, an' nobody'd be such a fool
as to swim to her."
"That Is what I had ln mind."
Jim lowered the glass.
"That's the fust time I've ever
heard you say a d���d silly thing, Stephen flrand."
There was no wavering Judgment In
his voice now, He was angry, and
slightly alarmed.
"Why ls It so emphatically silly,
Jim*"   was  the  smiling query.
"How d'ye know what's aboard of
her? What's them fowl after? What's
under that sail? What's that lyln'
crumpled up forrard? I*ead men.
mebbe. If they are, she's convoyed
bv abark*- "
"Sharks! This Is not the Bed Sea.
I am not afraid of any odd prowler.
aOnce��� Anyhow, I aiu golug to ask
Jones."
"JoneB won't hear of it."
"That Is precisely what he will do.
within the next minute. Now, don't
be voxed, Jim. Stand by and sing out
directions If needful when I am ln the
water. Have no fear. I am more
than oqual to Leandor ln a sea like
this."
Jlm, who trusted to tho head-keeper's veto,���awed, too, by the reference
to Leander, whom ho hazily associated with Captain Webb,���made no re*
jolndor.
He focused the telescope again,
gave a moment's scrutiny to tho
steamer, and then re-examined the
boat. The stillness of the morning
was solemn. Beyond the lazy splash
of the sea against the Oulf Rock itself, and an occasional heavy surge as
the swell revealed and Instantly
smothered some dark tooth of the
reef, he heard no Bound save the ring
of Stephen Brand's boots on the Iron
Stairs as he descended through the
oil-room, the library and ofllce, to the
first bedroom, in the lower bunk of
which ley Mr Jones' keeper and chief,
recovering from a sharp attack of
sciatica.
During one fearful night in the
March equinox, when the fierce heat
of the lamp within and the ley blast
of the gale without had temporarily
deranged the occulting machinery,
Jones experienced an anxious watch.
Not for an Instant could he forego
attendance on the lamp. Owing to
the sleet it was necessary to keep
the light at full pressure. The surplus oll, driven up from the tanks by
weights weighing half a ton, must
flow copiously over the brass shaft
of the burner, or the metal might
yield to the fervent power of the column of flame.
The occulting hood, too, must ba
helped wheu the warning click came,
or lt would Jam and fall to fall periodically, thus changing the character
of the light, to the bewilderment and
grave peril of any unhappy vessel
striving against the exterior turmoil
of wind and wavfe
(TO BE CONTINI'ED)
COAL NOTICE
COAL   NOTICE
Ski-in Und District���DUtrict ol Queen t'liarlotU'
Take- nolic thit tiiirty lays Irom elate, 1, C. B
| Ilainler ot I'rinco Rupert, 11. XS., by occupation
I bookkeeper, intend to apply to tlie Ciin-1 Com-
: missioner ol Lands (or a licence to piuspwt for
coal and  petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Isalnd described as follows:
Commencing al a post planted iwo mtlw north
ot C. t. B. Coal Lease No. It, marked N. W.
corner C. i:. B. Coal Lease No. 14, tnence south
SO chains, ihence eaat bu chains, thence nonh
- ' chains, thence west 60 chaina to place of commencement.
Dawd Sept. 12. 1911.    C. E. U.MNTEK, Locator
I'ub. Sept. M.
Skssaa Land DUlrict���Dislrict ol Queen I'harlolt
Take notice that thirty days (rom dale, 1. A. *
Broderick of I'rince Rupert, B. C.. by occupatiun
bank manager, intend to apply to the Chiel Com*
mi_uuner of Lands for a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acres ol
land on liraham Island deacribed as lullows:
Commencini; at a poat planted twu miles north
cf C fc. B. Coal Lease No. IT. marked .-. W.
corner A. T. B. Coal Le*ee No. IS, thence north
hi chauia, theoce east &0 chains, thence soulh 90
cnaina. Ihence west 60 chains to place ol commencement.
A. T. BRODEKICK. Locator
DatedSept. \2, ml. C. E. bainter, Agenl
Pub. Sept. -1.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict ot Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, A. T.
llroderick ol I'rince Kupert. B. C, by occupation
hank manager, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
-nisaioner ol Lands for a licence to proapect for
* *_ and petroleum on and under 640 caress of
and on Graham Island described aa lollows:
Commencing at a poat plnated two miles north
.' C.  E.  B.  Coal  Leaae  No.  20.  marked  .**.   E.
.������.mix A. T. B. Coal Leaae No. 26, thence north
-1 chaina, thance west 90 chains, thence south
*'.i chaiiu, thence east 60 chains to place ol com-
..-.-.cement.
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
.',:, -i Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter. Agent
Pub. Sept. SS,
-keena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days (rom date, 1, A. T.
.iroderick ol Prinoe Rupert. B. C by occupation
. _ik manager, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
.uaior.er of Lands (or a licence to proapect (or
c .al and petroleum on  and under 610 acrea o(
inj on Graham Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
uf C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, marked S. E
rner ol A. T.  B.  Coal  Leaae No. 27,  thence
.eat 60 chains, thence nonh 60 chaina. thence
eaat 60 ehaina, thenee south 60 chains to place
r ( commencemenl.
A. T. BRODEKICK. Locator
DatedSept. 12,1911. C. E. Bainter, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Limii District���DUttict o( Queen Charlotte
'luko notioe Uml thirty elaya (r,im dm,,, l, c. ��..
Bainter ul Princu Huport, H. c, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chlet c'oni-
i-isaieiniT of Llllitls fur U licence to |ire.npi,ct lur
ooal inn' petroleum un and under lilo ucres ul
laud on tlriiliuni Island described ns follows:
Commencing "l S post iiliintee! ono milo north
,( C. E. 11. I mil ****** No. HI, iiinrkoil C. E. II.
innl Leue No. IB, thenco north Ml chuins, thence
iv.��t 60 drains, tlieiico south 80 chains, thence
. usl 60 chuins CO pluce of ctiiilini'iu-enient.
DatedSept.il, 1911. C. B, HAINTEK, Locator
Pub, Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Cliiirlutt
Tak,' notice that thirty duys from elute, 1, C. r..
Huinter t,f Prince Rupert, H. 0.. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to npply to tlm Chief Com-
miissiuiier uf Lands fur a licence to prospect for
r*e,al and petroleum on anil utule-r till! acne of
land un Graham lulund described u follows:
Commenelns St a post plunleel two miles north
ot C. B. li. Cosl Leeee Mo. 10, msrked N. K.
e-etrniT C. E, H. Cuul Umm No. IS, tlee-nce south
mi chains, tlience weat SO chains, thenee netrth
Ml chain", tlience easl 60 chains lo placo of colli-
liielicenu'lit.
DatedSDBt.il, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
.Skeona Lund District���DUtrict ol Queon Ctiarlottu
Take nolice thut thirty days (rom date, 1, C. E
Bainter ol Prises Ruport, It. C, by occuputiun
bookkeeper, intend tt) upply to tho Chiel Cum-
nussioner of lunula for a licence to prospect fur
ooal uml petroleum on and undor 610 ucres of
lunel on Grabam Island describe-el as lollows:
Commencing at a post planted iwo milus north
���f C. B. IL Coal laeaae No. II. marked tt, E.
corner I*. B. B. Coal Lease No 17, thence south
Ml chuiu-,. thenee west 60 chains, thence norlh 60
chains, tlience eust 60 chains lu pluce of commencement.
Deled Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. HAINTER. Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land Diidrict��� District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days (rom dute, 1, C. E.
Huinter ol Prince Rupert, It. C, l.y occupation
Iruokkeepcr, intend to apply to tho Chiot Coin-
-iii-a-ioner ol Lands for a Licence to prospect (or
cuul and petroleum on and under 610 ucres uf
land on Graham island described as (ollows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
o( C. E. lx. Coal Letts No. 12, marked N. Vi.
curner C. B, 11. Coul Lease No. IS, thence south
so chains, ihence east 80 chains, thenco north 60
chants, thence west 60 chains to placo of cum*
mencement.
,'.,-, i *-.-,-.:. 11. II'II.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thiriy days afler dale. 1, C. E
Uainter of Prince Rupert, It. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
muaaioiier of Lands (or a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum un and under C10 acr.*s of
land on Graham Islund described as (ollows;
Commencing at a post planted two mill's north
o( C. E. II. Coal 1 ,-,-������ No. 13. marked **. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. IS, thence north
80 cnains, thence east 80 chains, Ihence south 60
chains, thence weat 60 chains to pluce ol com*
mencement.
Dated Sept. 11. 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
l-ub. Sept. 23.
SkeeoS Land District���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take nutice thai thirty days Irom dute. I, C. E.
Uainter of Pnnee Rupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chiel Commissioner ol Lands (or a licence lo prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acrus of land
on Graham Island desenbed us folluwa:
Commencing at a post piauleo two miles north
ol Ca E. II. Coal Lease No. 14. marked S. W.
corner C. E- B. Coal Leaae No. 20, tlience north
60 chains, thence weat 60 chaina. thence south 60
chains, thence east SO chains lo place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept, 23.
skerna Land District -District ot Queen Charlotte
Take uotice that thirty daya after date. 1. C. E.
Bainter ot I'rince Rupen, It. C.. by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to tho Chief Commissioner ol Lands (or a licence lo prospect tor
' coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acres o(
land on Graham laland described aa follows:
Commencing at a post plant,* i twu ml.*, nonh
I ol C.  E. B. Coal  Leaat No.   IS, marked S. E.
erner C. E. B. Cual Lease No. 21, thence nonh
J 60 chaina, thenco west 60 chains, thence south 90
chatna, thenca east 60 chains lo place ot com-
; mencement.
I Daied Sept. 11. lull.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
. s
'noes
Skeeni- Und Dtatrlol   District ,,,-,.,��� ~
Commencini tl u pott punt*-.- ,,]��������� .,, ,
."'IT) *���*,' V**",-'-"". ��m ,.',,,:
P---1 of lot i:|,;,, ii,,,..,, r  (. a   , ���
'���'wi -'in ohaini, thence north So e  :    ' " "
wost  to hu���k ���| rlvor, Kee sou,
bank of river to polntV^rnl
i mon in ii'-u.
!>��,"-! Sept. I), nn,.       - "_gRQV
Gordon CEmmc,
tulmnc Hill ucn
Die
Pub. oci.' ii,
Bkeena
Tuke ..���
of  rrlnce  Hup rx.  11. V" "i^" ' '
engineer, intend to appl. |.,r irernri
the following deeeribed i.���, HopurehM,
w-nii Land DUtricl   DUtrlot of i*���s,t n
'lake notice thut I. Chi StODl...  r        i"''c
Prince Run ���   n   ,-'...'" '" " Grid.
I omnwnoini ui   . post planted m n
west   corner of   Lot   R"   :'-.-,,  %��],'����������������
___!-���___      Ull,        n.nt.L..,l       .'I-    .        '"���--"J     ul    lj
Uk��
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
-a.��-r.�� Lar.. Dutrict -District of Coast IUnc��> 5
Take nouc* tbat E. H. O. Miller ot Falmouth
.-eng., occupation surveyor, intends to apply to
: trrmi-sion  to  purchaa*  tb*  following  described
anda:
Comtnandng at a poat plant*. 1 at tb* N*. W. Cot-
r ol Lot **U0t>, thenc* wast tut chiana, tbenc* aoutb
. - chaina, thvnce eaat ��*.��� chains, tbence north io
..  - to tb* point of commencement containing
. **o acre* more or lea*.
. **ted August 16, mi. E. H. G. MILLKK
i'ub. Aug. 26. P. M. MUler, Agent*
ftOM Land District���District of Coast Kan;e 5
Tak* notice that H. F. Miller of Tipton, Lng-
,i*r,d,  occupation  farmer,    ntends  to  apply   for
. ,--n.i��aiun   to  purchaae  the  following   doacribed
.*;.<_s:
Commencing at a post planted about 60 chains
m*M from the N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, thence
��� ���*r.t   4m  chaina, thenc*  weat '20 ehaina,  thvnc*
-���.;.   40 chains,  th*nc* east  20 chaina  to th*
I -;r.t of commencement containing eighty acres
mure or leaa.
luted August 19 1911. K. F. MILLKK
i'ub. Aug. 26. P. M   AIMer, Agent
>ke��na Land District���District of Coast Range 5
Take notice that Frank S. Miller of London,
- ng., occupation civil engineer, intends to apply
���.r permiaaion to purchase the following deacnbe-1
4nda:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N*. E.
orner of Lot 28, thence north 20 cbains, thence
<wt  20 chaina, thence acjth 20 cbaina,  thence
ut 20 chains to point of commencement, con-
.tining 40 acres more or lesa.
���ated August 15, 1911.       FRANK S. MILLER
. ub. Aug. 26. P. M. MUler, Agent
keena Land Dislrict���District of Coast IUnge b
Take notice that Herbert J. Mackie of Pern*
rake, Ont., occupatioo lumberman, Intends to
:>ply tor permission to purchaae tbe following
'.-criit-i lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on th* left bank
' tbe Zymoqoitx or *_im-a-got-iu River, at eouth*
fst corner of Lot 1706, tbence northerly, following
M  westerly   boundary of  Lot   1706,   30 chains
..ore or lees, to tbe northwest corner of said Lot
1706,   tbence   westerly  and   southerly,   following
UM left bank of aaid river, 80 chains more or leas to
;   ir.t   of   co mm en cement   containing   160   acre*
::*'���*��� or lew.
Located August 19, 1911.
Dated August 21. 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug 26. Frederick S  Clementa, Agent
ftkeena Land District-District of CaaaUr
Take n^tic*' that I. Thomas Cirter, of Prince
1 jpert. ac;jpation carpenter,  intend ti apply
���r nerrnission to purchase the following describ-
I Un J
Commencing at a post pUnted about one mile
��� -ith fr -ti the mouth of Falls creek and about
"���"feet back from the beach, thence ���*> chains
irth. thanca 40 chaini west, thence ���** chains
��� i-uth. thence eut 40 chaint to point of commence-
lent, containing 320 acres more or less,
THOMAS CARTER.
>ated July Tth. 1911.    Charles Webster Calhoun,
i'ub. Auir. 5th. Agent.
-keena Land In-uric: District of Coaat Range &
Take notice that 1, Thomas McClymont of
Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation real ealate
iroker, intend to apply for permiarion to purchaae
the following des-chbed lands:
Commencing at a p*ot planted at the S. W.
e)rner of pre-emption record 412, thenee east W-
e-aina, thencs aouth 40 ehaina, tbence w��t *�����
chains to ahor* of lake, thence following shore
of lake in a northerly direction to point of com-
'-.encement; containing 320 acres, *nore or leaa.
:>ated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS MeCLY.MONT
Pub. Sepu 9. Ertncat Cola, Agent
I Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlott*
Take notice that thirty days frum dale, 1. C. E.
Uainter of Prince Rupert, ii, C-, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 acraa of
olatid on Grabum laland -Ji-vchbed aa foUowa:
Commencing at a post planted two mi.'��s nonh
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae .So. 16. marked N. B.
corner C tl li. Coal Leas* No. 22, thence aoutb
su chains, tbence weat 80 chains, thenc* nortb tm
cnai: ���*>. theoce eaat dO chains u> place of com*
rnvneement.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C E. BAINTER. Locator
' Skeana Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Taka notice that thirty da>a from date, I, C. E.
Bair.tiT uf Prince Rupert, li C , by occupation
bookkwpvr, intend to ap|>1y to in* Chief Commiasioner of Lands for a Itcnce to ,.'--'. ���'; fur
coal and petroleum oa and under t>10 cans of
land on Graham Island dencribau aa folloars:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C E. B. Coal Lease No 17, marked M�� E.
comer t E. B. Coal Leaae .No. R thence eouth
t>0 chains, tbence wost ���*���> chains, thence north
?o cbaina, tbence eaat B0 chains to plac* of commencement.
DatedSept. 12. 1911. C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
o*ce*a Land District���Diatrict of Quaan Charlotte
Take notice that thirty day* from date, I. C. E.
Bainter of Prir.ce Rupert. B. C. by occupation
> bookkeeper, intend to apply to th* Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to proepect for
coal and petroleum oo a&d under 610 acrea of
land on Uraham Island daacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post plantad at tbe southwest
���orr.er of Coal Lea** No. *H*Si marked C. E M
Coal Leaae No. 29, tbence north ?o chaina, thence
west 80 chaina, tbenc* south SO chains, thence
cast -SO chains to point of commencement covering
all foreshore Tiahn Point.
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C.  E.   BAINTER
Pub. Oct T.
HMM Land Dutrict���District of Queer. Charlotte
Take notice thai thirty davs from date. I. C. E.
Bainter of Prir.ce Rupert. B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the CMef Com*
ttheior-er of Lan's tut a licence to pr-.n--.-ct (or
coal and pe'rnleum oa and unlrr bid aciws of
Und on Craham Island di>��cnV-i at follows:
Commencing at a poat rlar'c* t��o .tile* north
Via.n ncrth'e.t -.oioet Coa' Lease 4(66 marked
C. I !' Cofci Lease No 2*-, ��� i ic south V�� chains,
���hence west Ml chains, ttence r.ortb -Hi cfcair.��
t^-n-e ea��f M1 t'alni tu poin c' rrmmeoeemtnt.
containing 640 acres more or lea*.
DatedSept. 12. 1911. C.  E.  BAINTER
Pub. '-'������. ?.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rttptfti saddler, intend, to apply to tb* Chief
Commiasioner of Lands a&d Works for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
urder the following described lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poet planted three milea eart
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 44��J�� thence
south 80 chaina, thenee v chaina weat. thenee ttO
chaina north, thene* 80 chains east to point of
commenremenL
ACSTIN It BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert. B. C, occupation aaddler. intenda to
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and
petroleum on and under the following deecribed
lar.ds on the West Coast cf Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the northeaat comer of C   L. No. **'*��� tbenee
80 chains south, the-.c* &-> chains east. th��-~,c* 80
' chains north, thenc* 80 chains west to point   of
commencement.
ACSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Date of Location list July. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Queen Cbarlottt
Islands
Take notice that Austin II, Brown of Prir.ce
Rupert, occupation aaddler, interds to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum en
and un-ipr the following described lands on the
Weet Ccast of Graham liland:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles east I
of the northeast eorner of C. L. No. 4472 thence
hO chains west, thenca 80 chains north, thenee 8o
ehains ea**, thenco 80 chains south to point of
commencement.
ACSTIN It t ROWS'   Locator
i Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub, Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
lalands
Take notie* that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler. Intends to apply to
the Chief Commiaaioner uf lar.ds and Works for a
licence to proapect for eoal. oil and petroleum on
and under the foOownig dtscrihed lands on the
West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a peat planted three mdea east
of the southeast corner of C. L. No. 4470 th��nee
north 80 chains, thence east 80 cbains. (hence
south 80 chains, tbence wett 90 ehains to point of
commencement.
ACSTIN It BROWN, Locator
Located August Iat, 1911.
I Pub. A tig. 19. I
Lakelse   a���rl   puked   fl,r ���i, - ' .,*
v 1. i orner, thenoe weal 10 chain. ���
no chain., thenee seal 10 chains
chains   to   post   ,,(   cuiniuencrr,
.I'.'O ac,,*.. rii,,!,.   r lne. ""tlr*l
CHR18TOPHER jas. fiii\n\\i   ������..
D����I��*w__ft_3K-\ft   :.,
i'uh. Sopt. *J0.
Skoena Laml District -Dislrict.,! * ,    ���
Tako nutico thai It. ||. siewurl of \"'"
11.   I ,  occupation   tru,*k:,r���rr.   .
gJPWmtalon to purchase the toUoWlDJ J^'iurt
Commencing at a p-t plant,* i ;,	
of lr.-o,npti���n Wo. file ami H chilm    .
the Naas lllvor (S. W. C.l, llionco 40 ehaiu 27
thonco 40 chains norlh,  th.nc*.-  lo c*,��in, "2}
thence 40 chains south to the poinl   ,|
ment to contain Hit) acres mur.- ���r les.      '
KIC1IA11D HOWARD STEWART
Dateel Ao, 1911. J.���,c T. lui:,-,������ -^
1 ul). Sept. 21. *
Skeona Land Dislrict���District nf Coi,t Ran ,
Take notice that HaruM I.
Alia., occupauon station *{������..:.
for permission to purchate tlie foUeaeriag iwntel
Commencing at a poit planted al thc wuik
wesl cjrner 100 chains eait and 10 dun., MJk
Irom N. B. vomer of Loi lllii, Uamy'i <j,,J
Coast Dislrict Itange i, thence 10 ci'.a.r.2'J
thenco W) chains m.rth, thenco lu chains sr,t"
thenco hO chains south to po,i of c.,:;.
containing llu acrus. mure or less.
Duted Sept. IS, 1IH1. I1A1UII.II K. a'.llTu
I'ub. .Sept. IS. Kred �� . ,i ��� ..- A;.,'
Skeena Land District���District of Coo
Take notico that 1, Gordun I
I'rlnce   Rupert,   11.   C.,   occupati.in   -
broker, inlend to apply lor p ���
chase the lollowing descub.*! Uni..
Commencing at a p-j.t planted   .-
mllos in a northi*riy dmeUoo lr.,-*, *.-. northsse
curner post of Lei IMS, lu*,.
thence north 40 chain., IfaoMO
bank, thence south foUoortnti *. - *    .
..( commencein.i.ti   containing ISO .-
Dsted Sept. 9. 1911.   GORDON C. Ell
I'ub. Oct. 14.
Skeena Land District ���District ol Com li>-.,-�� V
Take nolice that 1, llenja-iun A. Fua ot Toessi,
N.  D, occupation  merchant, Inund to tpdi
tor permission to purchaae tha foUo.ini darcnON
Comm.ncing at a post planted oa tbe -M
bounelary and about nv, chains tttm :t.. soats.
east corner of Lot 411.1, in.-ice DOftk M ,*-_-j.
thence east 10 chains, tbenc soj'.a -:, cuist
j tbence west 30 chains to point ol com*->-.>>-nrX
! DateKl June 24, 1911. litSJAMI*.  -.  ,..{
r  I'ub. July li. Kred K. Coatil, A���il
I Skeena Land District���Dlitrict ol Coast llsi-j. I
Take  notice that  Hirlam Hoy UlTl
Winnipeg,   Man.,   occupation   bam.t-.-r.
to apply (or permission *o purctuw *.-.. I     .   -
descnt-ed lands:
Cummenelng at a post plan-.el .*. - -
c���ri,,-r 40 chain, -sast aad 40 cr.s.*.. - Ith trssj
N. K. corner ot Lot lllti, llarv... �� .*>.*. ig
li.sincl Range 6. thence 00 cris.r., ...-. -. *,
| t>o chaina north, thene, 40 chaina net, t ���..*.����
I chains soulh to pe-ast of comm.nce.Ti,.-.1.
MO acres more ot lesa.
Daled Sept. Is. 11)11  IlIRlAM RejY M.l,l.H
I'ub. SepL ll. Kred W. Bokla, .l(ni
Skcena Lend Dirtrld���Dl^rlct of i" .
Take notice tnn Lo'.ti. Mel.
occupation   married   woman,   tnt.*.--
tur t-rmietsion lo purcnaae th. la
lands:
Commencing et a poet planted a*, v. rr.t-
wwt corner loo chains ea.t and 2 ��� t**** tetxt
Iron H. m. corn-* o< Lot lllti. M-*
Coast DUlrict Hang, S, there, J ' ......*-.
thence no chaina   wast, thenre W i
thence 10 cnaina *r*m*, thenc. tn>
thene* 40 chains west to post el r
I dontatning 400 ecrws mefw or less.
Date.ls��pl. 18.1911. UlTTIt  U . lU-H
Pub. Mept id Kred W. *    ,*��� lt**t
Skeena Land Dlatrlcl���District ot COM .'-:.!* V
Take notice that Jseee U. Taiimu -! iei>
Rap.da,   lowm.   occupetlin   I..,.:.   .   -:. ts
apply (or permiaalon to purchase tbe I���asiaf
doacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted oa :*��� ��� ."--.;
{shore ol   Kuliymatenn  Inlet on  I
' of e amall stream tloenng Into sa. i .
eaf Crow Lake.   Tbenc* south M ehatts, xtmm
matt 20 chains more ear lesa to tb. ���* -
Crow Uke.  tbenc* nonherljr end east,eels,1*
lowing th* ahor* lleei of Crow Uke. IM It*
to Crow Uke end Kuaeymaieer. I   K IS IH
place ol roinmeneonenL esontainlng tor.) set**
mist* ot lax*.   Localed Augurt :. IA*..
Dlled Aug. 9. 1911. JE4SI. II   TAUMl.*.
Pub. Aug. 12.
lleUa Coola Und DMrict���Diatrict i! CeSJl Rargt
t
Take notie* thai H. U. Ch.f   '
land,   occupation   gentleman.
let  permiaaion  to lease '.he  '���
lands:
Commencing el e poet pUn-.-i       lee SMI
ol Neclecuconnay River aboj*.  :     *. ��� ***
o( Indian  R-erve Lin* ,the��e* ��������* *    '�������������
lollow.ng tbe channel el NaOcu-toiitn*  met,
thence aoulh -0 chain, more or .������
uf   llells  Coola  Rlv-K.  tl** -
ol  Hella  CooU  River  .���>'-���      *
SO ehalna more or leas to potnt at eo-.-.     ���-���'-
containing l**l acna, met* or tea*.
Dste.1 Augu.t .'a, |v||. It    \1    l"I��
Pub. Sepl. 30. WUlia-nV--
DelU Coola Und Diatnct-Dis-:..-'- :���    ���mmtgt
t
Take notie* that H. M  CM ot I*.
land,   occupallon   gentlerr.s
lor PwmtWin to lease lh* leOowing ���i-wrr-'ee
lends: _
Commencing at a post t*'.*r:*-l .*
corner of Let IU. iheaee soul I i
ot Iwa to nonhera boundin of lew. S
I, r ny II. M Cliff, th*��* f*l.  >
e*st 20 chains, tbenc* MfU   .
west M chalu to point of twn-ae. ���������
taining ao arras, more er In*
Datel August 2��. 1911.
I'ub. Sept. So. Wllllsm Mc
Ue!!a Coola Und District-Dis-ra-
Takr nctic* that It. M   CHS   '
land,   occupation   gentleman.   Int.
(or prrmlaa.cn to lews* th. MM N    -tfl~*
lands: .
Commencing al a post  j lasted .'
corner ot Ut Ml. tr.-ice s. K
or l-ss to northern hour, la-;-
api'i-l (or ha  II. U. CM, II
along said  Iwundary.  thenra  rwrts
therce ��es> lv chains lo peir.t . f c, -
containing to a���w. rner* or la**.    ..   ,.
Dated August 2l>. 1911. 11
Pub Sept* JO. WBiim Mf-
Bella Coola Unf DWrict-Di��tr.c-
Tak. notie* that II. M. Cliff t*
land. excupalK-n gclien-s-
permission ** lews* lhe to'.;-,-
Commemeing  at  a post  planted a*
near th* N. r.. c. rr.r ��-f !>.:   ���
40 chain., thenre west **o t* s ��� ��� *
east boundary ol cannery lease. *******
the said **.t boundary seul*  ��� .;
l��e  to  shore  lire.   Ihe-ce   '
line easterly   **.* chair..  -   -
commencfment:    conui&ing S20 ecrw.
I<
D.ted Auguat 11, 1911. R ,"
Pub. Sepl. M. ******* McN��'
Bella CooU Und DMSSf-MMM '
Take notK* that If. M   ***** *
land,   occupation   gentleman,
for permi-aion to leas* th. f     ���..*
lends:
Comtreicing at a post p'sntel .'.
eorner ot Ut M. then** north M eMJse- ���**y
meet 40 chains, thence aeu*
lews lo shore lin*. thence (onowing !'������ '     '   .
east 10 chaise more or !����� to peini of e ���
ment:  contsining f.) car���,. mora .*r *"
DatH August II, 1911. ���'. .
Pub. Sept. SO. WiUiam MeNs*.  >���
Bella Cpoi* Und Dletrlet-DHtrlct of C,��*
Take notice that II. M. Cliff of I*
land,   occupation   gentleman.   Inlet
for rermuwion to leaie th* toUo��in�� *"*.
lsnd. ..   f
Commenrlnc at a poet plant^l st -
corner ot Ut No 4. thenee nor;': 10 chs r<.
���est 40 chain*, thene* south  I" r'ai" -
less  to  ab-w*   line.   Ihence   lollowing   �����".".    .
we��etly 40 cVains more rr le��-�� t    I
mer,c��mer,t:   remaining tV* ac:*-
Dated Augu.t li, 1911.
Pub Sept. SO.
II    M
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ill members of the order in thc city
are requested to visit tho lodge.
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J. GLUCK, Sec.
All Cash
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LOTS           BLOCK
SECTION
PRICE
, 15, 16         28
5
$525co.
and .14           2
8
$800 pr.
, 15, 16, 17   47
8
$250 ea.
and 18         28
8
$800 pr.
1 and 41         28
8
$800 pr.
ill at our office antl
sec other
bargains
R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
end Ave.. Princ* Rupert, B.C.
iavoy Hotel
lor. Crs.--1 and Ml..        Choice Wines and Clirart
RUPERTS    PALACE    OF    COMFORT
A*.
SI.
The James :;.���.;;:
Nicer!)* furnished room*. Good table hnesrd
Bo.,d��4 75 Roam **4 Board 17.00
qUAUTT tit,.11 l ri, , . Low
m
Canadian Pacitic Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous  Pru-cess
Line
Princess May
Saturday, October 28th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouvar and Seattle
J. G. McNab ��� General Agenl
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
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Mondays and Fridays, 8'a.m.
aa. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, and Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent snd convenient service of luxurious I rains over its
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ITEMS  OF
SPORT
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Before departing tor England
Karl Grey announced the appointment Of Mr. W. K. C.eorge of
Toronto, successor to Mr. P. U.
Ross of Ottawa, as Minto Cup
trustee. Mr. C.eorge has consented
ot officiate. The eastern and
western leagues have been advised
of the appointment, Sir Edward
Clouaton of Montreal, is now
thc only remaining member of
the original board, which consisted, besides himself, of the late
Sir Henri July de l.olbiniere and
Mr. Ross. Premier McBride of
British Columbia, suceeded the
late Sir Henry Joly aa a member
of the board.
M   M   M
Comparisons somestimes are interesting. Take the salaries paid
in baseball now and those paid
twenty years ago for instance.
The salaries paid the stars of
1881���stars who were real stars
for at least ten years later: Mike
"King" Kelley, $1300; Hardie
Richardson, S1250; Ed. Williamson, $1400; Dan Brouthers, the
slugger, ��875; Jim O'Rourke, as
player and manager, $2000; Deacon Jim White. $11100; Jack Rowe,
$1250; Ned Hanlon, $1200; Geo.
A. Wood, $875; Jimmy (ialvin,
$1200; Fred Pfeffer, undoubtedly
the greatest second baseman of
his lime, $750��� about Eddie Collins' gasoline bill for a year���Buck
Ewing, the daddy of all the
catchers, $1000; Time Keefe,
$1500; and Big Rogc Connor,
$000. And even in the inflated
period which marked the Brotherhood's brief existence, the highest
salary paid any one of these stars
was to Buck Ewing, who i.s said
to have received $5000, with the
others receiving varying salaries
from that down to $2500. The
1881 salaries would be small now
for class B leagues.
"In all probability arrangements
will be made for a match lietween
Cray, the Australian boy wonder,
and myself immediately on my
return. "So remarked Mr. H. Vv.
Stevenson, who holds the British
billiard championship, the other
day.
KKK
Mr. Stevenson is considered one
of the most remarkable, if not
the most remarkable, handler of
a cue in the world. His skill in the
English game is wonderful. Enthusiasts who follow thc career
of those who have risen to the
top state that he probably hasn't
a peer in the round the table game.
If it were possible to bar the in
off red Into thc sitlc pocket after
it had been matlc a specified
number of times it is believed
it is believed that Gray, the
Australian, would fall before Stevenson. Of course this shot is
that upon which Gray depends
almost entirely. If il became a
question of versatility it is thought
lhat the Britisher would have the
best of the argument. As it is,
it is considered that the man who
passed through Victoria yesterday
will have a difficult time in overcoming the skilful lad from the
Commonwealth.
KKK
The All-B. C. Rugby football
team that will tour California
will soon leave for tlie trip to
California, and will be absent
from two weeks and four days,
during which time they ttlll meet
the teams of Stanford University
and the University of California.
A private car has been chartered
for thc trip, and the Victoria
development league lias nude arrangements with the team whereby
a large sign will be placed on each
sitlc of the car, and remain there
until lhc return to this city. The
signs arc 30 feet in length and
Il ft el high. On them will lie
inscribed in red letter! on a while
background, "B. C. Rugby Football Team's California Tour, 1011.
Victoria, B. C, the Naples of the
North." The Victoria members
of the team have also kindly consented tO take along with them
leVeial thousand books and guides
of Victoria and Vancouver Island,
which the league will furnish,
and distribute these broadcast in
the different places at which they
will visit during their tour.
I
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN     i
M,>��.,^.>*.>**."���*."-"'- ". **-..~.��fr��^.>^..^i,^.i^.. ^n^,.^.><_.,^..^.��-�� W^Stjl
This Is a little section of tlie paper, which from day to day will bo devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any and ull of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita 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.
COAL NOTICE
$$.*<$
$$$$$$$$$$
$
t   BRAVING THE AIR FOR
$ HER BOY
S
$
f
$
$   ' s
$ Intrepid Young Widow of $
$ Ralph Johnstone, the $
S Plucky Young Aviator $
$ Killed at Denver, Tells $
S       Her Story. ' $
5? �������
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Mrs. Ralph Johnstone, thc
widow of thc intrepid airman
who was killed i't Dencvcr last
year, has taken up aviation to
earn money with which to educate
her boy. She is Hiking lessons
daily on Long Island and will soon
be an accomplished aviator.
Mrs. Johnstone has written her
own view of thc matter to the
Sault Ste. Marie News and it
makes one of the most remarkable
modern human interest stories ever
penned. From the woman's poinl
of view it is intensely interesting.
This is what she says:
"I know that I will be killed if
I keep up Hying long enough.
None of us birdsmen and birds-
women have a guaranteed lease
on life, assuring us lhat we \v*ll
not fall out o the clouds, get
tangled in the wires of our aeroplanes .antl come back to mother
earth with a thud thai will shatter
every bone in our bodies. And
none of us think about that side
of the "Hying game" any more
than we have to.
"But wc have to make our
livings. I have to. Not only
that, but I have thc dearest,
sweetest little fellow, just ten
years old, and it is for his sake
more than anything else that I
have decided to follow the track
of Ilis father through the currents
of the air far above the earth's
surface.
"Maybe I could support him
otherwise. I do not know. His
father left us very Utile money
and Ralph, Jr., must be clothed,
and fed and educated.   I couldn't
tlo thiit at any of the professions
usually followed by women. I
doubt that I could do it were
I to return to the stage, which
I left when I married my little
orphaned lad's father. So there
is but one avenue left open for
mc���thai is lhe air.
"Ralph always told mc that
flying was thc most dangerous
business a mortal could get into,
and he expected it would mean
the end of him sooner or laicr.
With but one exception he steadily
refused to allow mc to go up with
him. And he never would consent
to our little boy's going with
him. Oh, I wouldn't cither; no,
I am willing to take chances in
this aeroplane game, but I would
never let my Utile boy go up with
mc.
"Down in my heart I often
question myself whether I did
right in adopting this flying business as my own. That is not
caused, however, by any fear
that some horrible accident stares
mc iu the face every time 1 ascend
into the clouds, but it is when I
wonder what my little l>oy would
do when I meet thc inevitable
end of all aviators who cling to thc
game.
"Only the other day the little
fellow looked up in my face anil
saitl: 'Mamma, what would Ir*-
eotnc of mc if you should get
killed like papa.*'' I told him that
God would take care of me, ami
that He would watch over me
all lhe more if my lit lie boy would
s:iv a prayer for mc every time
I fly. Bless his little heart, I
know he pmys ;dl the lime 1 am
aloft that I may safely return to
him.
"Some time, antl soon, both of
us hope, I will have saved enough
money to reiire from the dangerous
business, ami then not all the gold
in hc world would tempt me lo
continue taking chances of making
my boy an orphan. Il is enough
that aviation claimed his father."
ALL   MANS   VANITY
Escaped Convict Traced by His
Love of Show
Paris, Oct. 20.���Leon Cibion, an
escaped convict from Guiana, paid
for his vanity today by being
arrested. ;." *y
Cibion early look up crime as
a profession. After numerous imprisonments he was condemned in
1007 to seven years' penal��servi-
tude. He managed to escape,
however, and went to Hayti, where
lie stole another Frenchman's papers and returned to Paris two
years ago.
Some months ago Cibion became engaged in a girl and before
his marriage suggested to a parly
of his friends thai they should all
be photographed as bachelors for
the last lime.
The photograph Wiis excellent.
Li fact, it was so good that ii was
the undoing of Leon.
The group was exhibited in thc
photographer's window, where it
was seen by a detective, who
recognized  tin-  escaped  convict.
Cibion was traced to his house in
Paris and promptly taken into
custody.
The Daily News
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Absolutely pun
Skeenu Lunil District���DIatrlot uf ljuieiin I'liurlollu
Isliiuiis
Take milieu thai Austin M. Hruwn ul I'rince
Rupert, occupation aiirlillir, iim-niis to apply  lo
the Gblel C Intent! ol  l.uml,, and  Works
lor a licence to proapect for coul uml oil uml petroleum on rui-l unele-r tin. totlOWlni ilescril.eil luuilie
on the Weal Coul "I tirulnein Inline,I:
CpmmoncliiK ui n pint iiluiiti'd thriio milts eust
ol tliu suutliwi'Mt comer of C. L. No. .1-177 Ihence,
80 chuins tut, thencu KU chuins north, thonco HO
chuins weal, thenc, 80 chuina aouth to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN  M. llltllWN, Locator
Dato of Locution, :11st July lull.
1'uli. Au��. 17.
Skeena I.uiul District  -Diatrict of Queen (.'hurlutlo
lalunels
lake nuiice. UUt Aualin  M.  Hruwn ol  I'rince
lluperl,  ore-iipiilion suililler.  intenda  lu  apply  to
ti,,-1 1,1,-11 ommlaitenw of Landi ind Works l���r ,
licnc* to pros-uK-i le,r coul, oil anel petroleum on uml
undor lho followiiib .lescrilieel hunts on lho Meal
Coust ol tirutiuui lslunrl:
ComtnencttiK ut u post pltiiiteej throe miles euat
ol lhe aollthcual comer o It.'. L.  No.   XX'l llionco
nortii du ehalni, tbanoa oast no chuins, thenc-.- south
bU chains, ihenco west Ml chuins to point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locstor
Located Ainjust 1st, 11)11.
I'uh. Aug. 1'J.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second Sven-S and Tbird street
Over Westenhsver Uros.' Otlice.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUAUT & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDIIOKS
Law-Butler Building      I'hone No. 280
l'rim-e Kuiu-rt P.O. Box 351
ALFRED I'AllSS.
uf llriliah Columbia
und Mittillultu llurs.
0, V. BENMKTT, B.A.
eif II.C. Ontario, Sal-
kali-hewim unei Al-
be'rta Burs.
CARSS & BENNETT
BabRISTBBB, Notakiks, Etc.
Ske-onu Lind Dislrict-District of Uueen Charlotto   OOlee- Kxchnnit.' block, cnrhiT Third avenue and
Tuke notico thul Ihirty duys Irom dute. I, C. ! ���s'xth *'"'**��� ' r*nc** ******* 8
-*-*. HALL, I.. U.S.
IlKNTIST.
U. D. S.
.. days .._	
Uuinter ot i'rince Unpen. B. C, hy occuputiun I
bnukkceper, intend lo apply to the, Chiel Com'I
missioner ol  Lunds lor u licence to prospect lor u \X
coal unrl  petroluuin on  and  uiiele-r  l.lu  acres at
land un liruhuin Islund doscrilied ua follows:
CoininenciiiB al u poal pluntod live miloa east I    ���                    ,,            ..                            .
ot Coal Uuao No. 4107, murkod c. B. U. Coal i    Crown uml Bridge Work a Specialty.
X* .i ���  No. 1, N. I    corner, thenco wesl HO cbains, '     All ele-ntnl ,,p.-rnti���ns skilfully treated.   Gas and
tbenee south  60  chuins,  tlience eaat  bO  chains,   local unaslbelie-a administer.-.! f���r tbe painless ex-
Ihenc,, north HO ciiains to place ot commencement,   traction of t.-elh.       Gmaultiition free.     unices:
Hated Se-pt. II, lull      C. K. HAINTKU, Locator   llvlxorson Ill.iek. I'rnce Itillaert.                   Il-U
I'uh. Sepl lid.	
Alex.M.Manson It.*..     W.K.Williams,u.A..L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers. Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
I'rinco Kupert, B.C
l'. o. BOX M
I'KINCK RUPERT
Skeenu Lund District���Dislrict ot Queen Charlotte
Tuku nonce that thirty days Irom dato, I, C. ti
Bainter .,[ I'rinco Kup.-rl, 11, C, by occupution
bookkeeper, Intend to upply U> lhe Chiot Commissioner ul l_uds for a licence lo prospect (ur
coal und petruleum uu und uneler Mr, acrua ol
land on liruhum laland described a. follows:
Comtucncinit at a post planteel tivo milus oast
ol Coal Ltu.sc No. 41117, marked C. B, II. N. tt.
corner No. 2, tbence south 60 chains, Ihence eaat
HO chain., ibenco nortii bO cbaina, ihenco weal
HO chains lo place ol commencement.
Dated Sepl. il, I'Jll. C. K. llAlNThiU, Locator
I'ub. Sepl. 18,
Skeena Land District���District ol Queun Charlotte
Take nutie-,- thai thirty days Irum data. 1, C. I-..
Balnier ot I'rinco Rupert, li. C, hy occupation >
bookkeeper, inland lu apply lo ihu Chief Com-   "-I'll- W "*����� foxon, KM).. A.n.A.M.. I ON.. SHO
missioner ul l_nds lor a licence* lo prospect tor I .
coal and pt'iroluum on and  under M" acraa ol j
land on Urabain Island ,i, ,-nii, i as lollowa:
Commencln-; at a post planteel live mllea eaal
ot Coal Leaa.. Nu. IITo. markod C. E. B. S. W.
corner ul Coal lr*** No. ,. ihence ea.1 bo cbains,!
thenco nortb bu cbaina, thence weal BO chains,;
Ihence south bo chains to placu ol commencement.
Dau-d N pi 11, 1.11. C. K. li WM l.i;. Locator
I'ul. s. l.t   j.i.
JOHN E. DAVEY
TKACIIEK OF SINGING
Skeena Land District���District ol Quoen Charlotte
Taka nollea that thirty daya Irum date, I, C. L.
Bainter of 1'rincv Rupert. 11. C, by occupation
bookkoe|H-r, Iniond to apply lo the Chief Commissioner ul Landa lor a licence lo proapect tor
coal and |K-lroleum un and under 040 acraa ul
land on Grabam laland deacribed as lullows:
Commencing al a post planled live mib-s east
ot Coal Lease No. 447S, marked C. _. II. S. E
corner Coal Lease No. 4, thencu west HU chains,
tbence nortb bU chains, thencu easl bO chains,
ihence soulh HO cbaina to placu ul commencement.
Dated Sepl. II, ISII. C. L. HAINTKU. Locator
I'ub. SepL *3.
SUNNY OLD  AGE
Out West There are Few Grandmothers Yet, but Those Here
are Valued.
There is soothing comfort in
the companionship of a dear ohl
lady. Harassed by no mean anxieties for the morrow, her selfishness has fallen from her like a
worn-out garment. Not competing
with lhe younger people for the
prizes of life, she can offer disinterested criticism and counsel
without offense to our egotism.
She is the connecting link between
us and the shadowy past, that
stilus too unreal for our recognition
of   the   shapes   which   haunt   it,
, , *   , .      i     , ,.| nuoaaasua*), iniemu io apply to ine -wniei -s.ern-
liill    WhlCh   arc   actual,    breathing   missioner ol Lands lor a bene" lo pre>.p.<*i l���r
presences to her failing sight.
.The hearthstone is barren antl
prosaic where the grandmother
docs not reside, evoking wiih her
precious wand of memory the
glories of her generation, until
the sad imperfect tense l*ecomes
eloquent with romance. We can
hardly forgjvc her if the fashions
ami pleasures of today seem tarnished beside the bright similitudes
that scintillate across Inr yesterdays���if they seem travesties
upon the customs and ceremonies
of her heyday.
The conversation of old people
kindles the inagimaiion and puts
us   on   familiar   terms   with   llic
1,,-r.u .. nf *,  ,1,- i.l   mil  mme m-riix!   1 m*J**l "* Un*1* ,w ��� '""nee lo pruspe-cl lor
Heroes oi a tieati .um goni pcnoti.i,,,., _,,, p^^^- ou Md unUw fijj .__, ���,
Ulltil    WC   klloW    their   VerV    tre.lll. ' land on Graham l��4end do-mho-l esloUow..
. ���  , .       ,    . , i,       CotNlflMMtJlc Bl a post planted Iwo mi.n. north
the   trick   of   their   speech.
GEORGE LEEK
MKRCANTILB    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS -   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Kepairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and I Ith St.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Second Ave.
Skwna Land Diatrict -DUtrlct of Quern Charlutu
Tako initio- thai thirty >l_>. (ram date, I, 0* *��� I
UainUT ul ram Itupert, ll. C.��� hy occupation ;
houkkvepvr, Intend lv apply lv thu Chief Com-!
iiiiMiuinT t.(  I.-in,Is for a Ur. ne   to prtMpod (ur
coal and petroleum on and undvf blu acraa of
land on liraham laland dmcrilwd ai followa;
Cvmrnmcint at a poat planted two md��a notrh ,
ol aiakv marked C L. U. Coal Loaae So. 1, marked
N. I., corner C. i    U. Coal Laaae No. i, ihence.
aoulh Ml chaina, thenoe weal M) chains, Ihence I
north 60 chaina, ihence eaal Ml chaina to placo of ' T      *      t ,m
cummencemenl. IWCIM1   I aoii'S
Dated SepL II, Ull.    C. E. HMViLli. Locatoi
I'uh. SepL 33.
Skeena Land D.sirict -District of Qu-rvn Chralotle
Take nolice lhat thirty daya from dalo, I. C E. |
Hainter ot I'tince Itupert, IL C, by occupation
i-.-1'kkt-* [MT, Intend tu apply Ui ihe Chief Commlaaioner ol Landa for a licenc* to proapect fur
coal and petruleum on and under Mu acna ul
land on t.rat.am laland daaenbed aa (ollowa;
Commencing al a poet planted t��o ratiea north
of C. E. M. Coal Leaae No. i, marked C. K. Uainter
N. W. corner Coal Leaae No. 0, thenco aoutb Ml
chaint, ibenco oaat Ml chains, Ihenee north Ml
chaina, Ibence waat M) chaina lv place uf com--
menceffieoL
H.iral s.,.1  II, ISII.    C. !:. UAINTEH .Locator
l'Ub. Ss-Dl. aU
**************************
Sleearns Und Dittrict-Dislrict ol l|u.*cn CharloUe ' * '
Tale. notKer lhal thirly daya Irom r
ll.mi.1 of l-rincv Itupert, II. t .. b,
bookkeeper. Intend lo apply lo tbe  _
rnl-aalnnBf of Lamia for a lie. ue io proui-cct lor   ' '  .. __, ,_.    ,���.    . r-��..._    e_...i
coal and peUoleum oo and under O40 acree ol,' '   Carrie" *��nil'l'le slock of I>ru**-    Special
land on tiraham Island d~cr.bed as lollows. | < >      ******* paid lo Alllmt prs-scrlpuons.
l iimmenrinc at a port planted iwo milea nortb , ' ' TV..,,. RI��,L ,...�������� ai -a. C_-��iul lea
ol C. E. U. C<_1 Uaae NoTj. slake S W. corner ' ' ' ****** -WCS Piion�� No. It "*C0IW Mt.
Coal Leaae No. 7, ItMnce nortb W chains, tbence I - '
aast Ml chains,  ibenes aoutb  (0 cbaina,  Ibence | ������ ������ ��� ******1 *******
Ml chain, to place ot commencement.
ueem Charioli,    ' '
KKSij w. j. McCutcheon
.   l hl.l l.om-   ' '
C t*. BAINTEH, Locator
plac
Datad Sapt. II, Ull.
Pub. Sept. U
Skeena Und Di. tricl -District ot guceo Charlotte
Taka notln lhat thirty days Irom data, I. C. K.
Hainter of I'tince Itupert,  II. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper. Inlend to apply to tbe Chiel Com-
abridges that mysterious distance
between us ami our ancestors
and establishes a bond of human
symiwtlty.
Louvre Watchman Seeks Safety
From Police Dogs
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Bcirinnera and Advanced l'upil *
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of 1 *.. r.- Wllcsek. Paris and Berlin.
Paris, Ocl. 2.'*.���A rumor flashed
through ilu* dty tonight ihat
thieves had been di-covercd in lhe
Louvre.
The police hearing an uproar
in  the museum dashed in.     Tiny
(mind the vidous police t!oj{> that
guarded tin- treasures rince the
"Mon.i List" disappeared liiirking
;it a watchman, who ma seclana
���afety  mi   the   shoulders   of   lhe
Venus de Milo.
The only thing  that  saved  the
watchman was the fact thiit the
dogs were milSSled.   Parisians h.ive
been assured thai there was no
theft this time.
of C. E. II. Coal laease No. 4, marked S. E. comer
C. E. B. Cool Uase No. a, tbence north SO chaina,
tbence weet no chains, tnence aouth SO chains,
thence east Mi chsins lo place ol commencemenl.
Dsted Sept. II. ISII.    C. L. BAINTEH. Locator
Nk.Kit.-l
Skeena Und liulrin-Hi.ll.-i -I Queen Charlotte
Take nollea that thirty daya tram dale, I, C. K.
��...  ^^    llaintw il  I'r.nc-p  Itupert,   II.  C,  h>    ae-c-j|..t*.,n
PERCHED ON VENUS DE MILO i��okk.eper, intend t* apply to ihe chw com-1
missioner ol I e-.-l. lor a licence lo proepect (ur
coal and petroleum oo and under Me acre, ol
land oo Uraham Island dea-crtS-l as lollows:
Commencln, al a post planted fl.e milea eaat
ol Coal Lease No. 4171. marked C. t>. Bainter's
N. I. comer Coal Uase No. 9, Ihence eesjulb MU
chains. Ibence wost Ml chaina, thanca north oil
chains, Ihence eaat Ml chains to place of commencement .
Dated Sept. II. UIL    C. K. IM1NTEH. LocaL.r
I'ub. S-Hil. 21.
SVenna Und DkrtHct - Diairtct ol Qw��m (bar lot te
Take notice thai ihln> data from dale. I. I    K
Maimer of l*hn*ne Kuperi. ll. OU by ocrupatlon
hookkf-rpte.  Intnd  t ��� apply  to  tbe Chief  t wt,-
rmw r of (.and* fur a licenco to proapect lot
coal and pf-trnteutn on and  undor bid acr-ae of
Und on Lraham laland dew-tribe-d aa follow*:
Commencinf at a (mat nlaniml one mile north
of C. E. It. t oal l*��*ae No. V, marked N. W.
corner ('. K. It No. 10. th-no aoulh <W chain-,
Ihenop anal N�� cha.i*, thence nortii Ml chaina,
thence e*M hi chama tv place of cnmrnenoemenl-
DatrtSepuH, : tl. C. b. HAINTEIL 1-ocaUrf
MsMVblls
Hheera 1 and Diatrict-DUtrlct of Vueen Charlotte
Take retire lhal thirty daya fronm date, I, 0. K.
Ilainler nf I'hnce lluiierl, ll. C, occupauon bonk, i
keei��rr, inlernl io apply to lhe Chiel ( ommt��i<ir,"r
of land* for a licenop to prospect lor coal and
petroleum on and under 6to acrea of land on '
(iraham Inland deecribed aa folluwa:
Commencing at a poat planted two nnl���� nnrth
of (". L. II CM l>e*ae No ti, marked V 1. e-rrrr
of (". 1 H. ( oal l*ea*e No. II, thence lenilh 10
chaina, Ihence weat MJ chaina, Ihence north Mj
chain-, ihenee coat Ml chaina to place of mm- '
mpncrTnmt.
DatedSept   11, mil.     C   K. It.MNTKH, locator '
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skrena Und District -District of Qufen CharloUe
i Take nntire that thirty data frt.ni dale, I. i I
Hainter ol I'rince Ituperl, M. C, h> <H*cnpaiinn
Imnkkeeper. intend to apply to tlw f hi��-f �� om-
mwinirf of Und for a licence lo prn*[**-et for
eoal and petroleum on and un l-r fil'i acrea of
land on (iraham laland dew-rib*-*! aa foil"**
Commencinj at a poat planted '.so milea north
of C. V*. ll (oal I.^a- No. 7, marked C. K. H.
Coal Ia****** So. 12, thenee siulh -W chain*, Ihence
eaat   80  chaina,   tbence   fi-rth   Ml  chaina,   thence
Room 28.  Alder Block UptUirs
Read The Daily News
-zE,   EBY   ca,   Co.i=_=__=
REAL  ESTATJ^
KiuumkHlum Lap I For Snle
KITSUMKALUM ��� |i   (\
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prince It met L.lern. No. 318. Sons of
r.nalan'l. meet, lho tlr.t and Ihirl Tueadavs In
-achmaanth In the Son. ���f Knaland Hall, 8111 2nd
Ave. at a p.m.
t. V. CI.AHK. Sec..
I- 0 !!-.�� 'li. Prince llupert
BRNEST A. WOODS, rresnlenl, Ba a
'���P ���' '       ' ���        ���'        -     ��� i
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.O.M.
TrndiiT nf I'iano, \'it,lni anil
Voter Culture.
B-rtwJEfth i%th su.   w,,8��� Ru',crl
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmcr
CIIAIIC.KS HKASOSAMI.K
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3S��.
ol'CN DAV AND NIGHT
TAKE THE BEST
���         -            ���   ���
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Finn Vincwim or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
.-^ n-^ I �����������������*��
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tirkr-tn and nil information about your trip
-Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Are.    Head of Centre St.   Phone 116
HAYNER BROS.
UMDUTASm am> iMnM.Mi.li:-:
Funeral   Directura
3rd Ave. newr fith St. Thone No. M
I
weal Nl ehaina to place of eommenre*m��*nl.
DatedSept II, 1911.    C. K. MAIM I K, l/o-ealor
I'uh. Sept. it.
Skeen* Und DMtfW -Dittrict nf Quoen I harlotte
Take notice ihat ihirt> da*,* from diie. I. < ��� K.
Ilainler of l*rinea Hu|**ri, 11. ( . I>> oeenpation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiel Corn*
mfcedoner of Undo for a licence to pnepecl for
poal and prirfdeum on and uv W i-\o acrui of
land on (iraham Dland rteacrib"d a�� lothlVtl
Commpncin^ at a po*t plante>| iwu mlk�� north
of c K. 1�� ( ��al Uaae No 7, marked S. W. ct>rnpr
' V B Cod l^��*e No. I.l, thenf* north N
cht na, Ihence eaal NJ chaina, Ihenee wruth 80
chaina, ihence weat M- chaini to place ol com*
mencement.
Date.lSept.1l, 1911.    C. V*. HAINTKU, Ucator
I'ub. Sept 2��.
Skaena Und Diatrict    Didrirt of Queen Charlotte
Take MU�� lhal thirty dava from dale, I, C. K.
Hainter of Prince Hupert, ft. C , by occupation
t��iokk��*wpet, intend to apply to the Chief "om
mWiomt of Unda for a licenee to prospect for
coal and pe'robm-fl on and under MB acrea of
lan��: on (iraham laUhrj de��cril��d m followa:
Commenfinn at a port ptanted two milea north 1
nf t    K. li. Coal l>*ae No. *, marked S. B. coma 1 .. .,,,.,
C.   K.   P    Coal   U����e   Mo.   It,   there-   forth   80    MftgaZinCB  tt IVriOtllCRW
chair.*, ihenee  weat  80 chaina,  lhance aouth  801
^IS1" ,"' m ch"ln" ,0 ,"'t' ��' """-CIGARS   It  TOBACCOS  11   FRUITS
llggaM.ua    C. a BA.NTER.UK.fi Q_T_p_ ^^
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Fti-r Labor Bureau in Connection
riii.ii.* 17- 1st Ave. untl 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Utile's NEWS Agency
Newppapers THE DAILY .NEWS
MAY ROBERTS RETURNS
Clever Comedienne Will be
Back Again on Monday Night
in Four New Plays.
The return oi Ma\ Roberts
and her company will be looked
fonv.ird   to  by   the  theatregoer
of Prince Ruperl with .1 greal
de.il of pleasure for this talented!
actress .uui her excellent company
pleased everyone when with us|
last July iii their northward tour.
Since then they have visited far
away Dawson and Fairbanks, meeting with very great success.
Miss  Roberts  returns for  four
SPEAKERS FAVOR
COMMISSION GOV.
(Ciiitinued from Page One)
Cambridge, I', s. A., remarked
that there i*-.*litics in municipal
affairs had a bad effect. "Our
firemen and policemen," he laid,
"are amongst the best politicians
we have," (laughter). "An a'der-
inan." he said later, "is a map
who goes down to the city hall,
and sits around and passes on
things in a general sort of way."
[(Laughter   and   cheers).     "Win*,
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MU���-������������*-������-������
, you   hire   men   to   run   vour  city
nights  only,   with   a   brand   mwl,.,,,  ���_,   Mfe  nK.n   ^ ��
list of p'ays     bhe will open w\tome  jVini,u]ar   .,,;        __,
Monday with the greatest o   all who d_ (hi|      -_ . *        ,
comedy successes,  namely,     <r
voroons"  which   emanated  Irom
that   cleverest   of   play   writers,
,! wayi
'Do
New   mode
���Wallace's.
ladies'   suit-.
away with  party designations," said another new speaker.
Victoria! Sardou.   This play wasU*^ ,MVl. ^^     u, d��, ���..,h
presented last mm by Grace municipal government. The people
^orge, the *ife of William Bradey Lwt a dty run for ,,,���_, Si', JgL
the great   New   \ork  impresario. ^  ,.UVi.  * ohana, u, ^.-j
and  proved one ol  the greatest ���<* hustle."   (Cheers) '
successes of the season. a_i__j       r\
, .        Asked a Question
Rev. F. W. Kerr asked what
guarantee there was that  under
Icommission government any betur
j men would hold office than under
'council.   A speaker suggested tin
j decision   of   the   majority   in   a
1 tcommunity for .uiy particular o un-
nusMoi-.f    ensured   his   being   the
right man.
Alex Manson maintained thai
the commission system did mean
that better men were put
charge of the city's .itT.tir*.. IK
roundly condemned tlu- introduc-
��� tion of p.irtv ���** itics into munii ipa
*u found guilty ol attempted tSain ^Vll). tha. thl. criminal
murder ar.d attempt at modi. ��� rtKll. rhtyiM be framed so as to
Accusedr pleaded that he had lx* ���) impose .1 penalty of six months'
crazed bv domestic trouble and ..... rmv..lt -^ihout die option-
drivesi����mk^��taioedeferred. �� any  man  introducing  party
politics    into   municSpa     affair*-.
DR. COOK EGGED OFF      (Laughterandcheeni). Commissi
  government, he thought, ii   Prince
Hostile Demonstration at Co- K-^r- **'*���'- be ao improvema
penhagen When He At    mpt
Pho
150
The Insurance People
Kire
Life-
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Cm tractors and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While Vou Wait.
THU
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
PS  - H '_�����*���# and Rental*.
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
~^~~,~*-g Ml 1 iWBCin--ijii-inJr-,inJ
"*'���-**"���"'-*���"*""*"�� mm**********m*** ���-*���' ������-     ���_,.��������sT->a'nsii-��_ir-i��'i--_-f
****m*V*****%   I
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1 "t- ************ ****** ***,���������*** tm******y*r**4i9**\, I" '
I For Rent
Furnishe-ai  rooms with  htrth
the- week.   Talbot House.
.N*.ai!y  1   iniah" !  a.n,n-.   gaa-ltl^*^
Apply .Mrs. Mullin. over M...*'*:
Special rates by
lt��-lf
���men preferred.��� '
- Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms. Mrs   ilr-wrnrooei. Alder
Block; Third Ave. KS-ti
I'���r Rent - Furnished rooms. U,: and cold water ,
with hath. Diaby Rooma. ��� th Ave. and Fulton ,
Street. tf
For Rent-Sons of England Haft M .'nd'Ave.. for j
Dances. Fraternal Societies. S -rials, etc. Apply
Frank A  Ellis. Bon SO or j h. M t*. lsA-tf
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COAL NOTICE
For Sale
J
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For *a_le-Chiciten Ranch. 2 Storey
hold goods. Near Prince Rupe:
laden at once.   Addreas B .   ���*...
h*,use. house-
A  snap if
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HOMER  WOODS   CASE
Sentence Deferred ��� Accused
Pleads That He was Crazed
by Domestic Trouble.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New   Westminster.   Oct.   25.���
Homer Woods, of Prince Rupert.
who attempted to shoot Alexander
Matbeson, a friend of his wife':
ed Vindication.
.���ti the present system very much
��� to bo dsircd.
Some Repartee
(Canadian Press Desptach a little later bi the discust
Copenhaigen.Oct.25.���Dr. Frid-j W. H. Montgomery boldly de-
erickCook. the explorer, attempied 11 eland tha; he believed "the
to vindicate his reputation hei -:- iket *.���. ... haw >i\
tonight before a Danish audience.i months' penalty imposed on party
So hostile did the people become politicians coming into municipal
that Cook was forced the leave the' affairs would be the fir>t to deservt
hall  accompanied  by  the police, that   penalty   along   with   many
His carriage was pelted with eggs
and   missiles.     The   people  were
others of 'ike pr* k--
A young Scotchman from G.as
forced to remain on guard it his gow aroused considerable am
hotel to prevent violence
RUSS VS. JAP AGAIN
Orientals Killed
Raid in Seal
Russian Coast.
.ind applause by his cnthui
over the good government of Glasgow.   'Educate your people," he
said.    "Then they will be al
D      ,   , ������ - *       - od government."
in   Resisted /���_,_       c    i
Rookery   off Others Spoke
Other spi-.ikir- during the    -
ing who contributed to the discussion wvre W. P. Lynch whose
reply to the idea that <
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria. Oct. 25.���The lea    ..
schooner Pe.enwha which arrivid mu.--.ic:;'. --       rs would ti
today with 7l��3 skins, brought a '���$* Canadiai       js - *.-.   .....
report heard in a roundabout|P*c*on< ****** ��� ��� ��� iwui judges
way that a number of Japanese **-',,r-'��� *'-iV*-' **�� t*GC the polls; and
hunters en thc *--a*h.K>r.er oi which Alderman Clayton who came in
Captain Wss of Tilikuffl fame :- -'.;*- ��r.**i f-iV*' -��n eloquent resume
in comnmnd were shot and killtd ��t the origin of commission gov-
by Russian guards in a rai*: '' ment with remarks in a general
..   x.il   r*.*kt'r>-  on   the   Rus-iar.  **l>'  -.taring  .;-.  the >.. .   .
civist.  The Japanese were in b    - ' sn of the >,wmg apeak'
making the landing.
RESISTED ARREST
Andrew   Hall   Remanded  This
Morning
licecce to proapect lor eoal ci. aad petrcleum on and
under the (oiioainf d��cnt*ed landa oa the Wmi
Coast ol liraham Island
Coi-amer-eiac at a poit planted thrse miles eaat
of tbe aouthesaat corner o IC. L. So. 441. tbenc*
north M cbaina. tbenee east ni cha.ns. tbence aouth
N.i chaitia. tbenc* aeat x) cbains to point ol com*
tre.-.ee flier, t.
ACSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Located Aucuat 1st. *., .:
i'ub. Aat. 1*.
���-.ee.-.s Land L>iat.-.ct���L-s:rict ol Queen Charlott*
Ta*. not,.*** tnat taut*, us.., Iron u.*.e. 1. C. t
Bai-ur ot ir.nc* Kupen. B. C, kg occjpai.oc
:a- a.��..(srr. .-.teicd M appl) to the Cbiel Com-
n.jaxr.r ol l_..-:us lor a uceacv to proepect for
cvai a.-.u friAsenia os a&d under Me) acres of
land on liranam i_and ua^ntMC aa follows:
Co__t��ttcu-f. at a .-.at p;ast��d nve mile* east
of Coal Leas* .So. lit:. r.:_*.ed C B. B. Coal
Lease So. L N. L. cv.-ne-. -.nenet* aast *H) ccaus.
tb*nc* soulfl ��v ctaiis, t-.enc* *aat 5v ct���ins.
tbane* ncrts ���*��� etaiaa lo plac* of coameanaec-..
i**:e*tr-,x. ::. :.���::     *.   *.   B.USTtK. Locator
.* .      **. . : .
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ac of Print*    I
io appl>- to    l-__        	
; Work, fort   ���^"���~-
Insurance
BkMM Ltad Dutrict���District of Queen Chtriotte
I alt r. sit,
Ttki notice th��t Auitm M. Brovn of Prince
Rupert, occupttion stddler, intendi to tpply to
lb* Chtef -.-:������ Lv-.iTi.- of !-.:.:.*�� tnd Workj
for t licence to proepect for cotl tnd oil tnd petrn-
teum on ted under the following deaenbed Itnd) '
or. tbe Weet Cout of Grthtm IaUnd:
���--���-_ tt t poet rlmted three mUe* cut
of th* ���outr��e*t comer of C. L. No. 44T7 thenee
SO chtint etst, ther.ce ��0 chtint north, ther.ce SO i
^^JZiJ^""* " Ck"3* *0UU' U ***" " i 0CR __���_������'��������>- noted for prompt and juat      We carr*,* everjthin* in th* least line, ike sar-
Cs:r._*r.e**.-n*nt .���.,,...   .__��_      f'Uemenu.W* srrite e.er>* kno.n class of   den se*ds at the lowest market once-*, at Coliart s
DM of Location. SMJab W1L I    ln,*'rin��* Th�� "** *'*'���>��� ������*-�� Iniuranc. Co    ol-r F.ed Store. Market Piece
I'uh. Au*. IT.
Skaeu Land District ���Dia:.-ic: ol Qam Charlott* I ,
Tak*. none* that A^i^M. Brown o' >*-.��-! I Wanted i    , I,
Rupert, occupation aaddler, tnteoda to
tn* Chief Commiaaioner ot Landa and
Do away with this.     Patronize a whit**
laundry.   White labor only at
 a Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
_1 SrcED STORE
ranted j
ii ^ii-Mi ���* ii e  ii^ii^ii  ******
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Deli Terr
Stenographer Wanted-Apply Box UB tf
W'anteti���A ffuod tmtrt bay for Drvvition atore.
Apply tt once Ideal Pro\i-u..n Houte.        .: *-:f    \
W'anted   N . .-.       Obstectnct  a   MMtalty��
Retider.ce :��* Third Ave,   PlMM i-43 Rtd. tf
Wanted. ��� Clean.n_r and pr**tinj. aiterationt
and repairing for roer. and wcrr.cn Dre*��malcin_t
���alieil for and delivered. Mr* Chart** Percher.
m Th-.ni Ave.   Phone 2S-I Red. tf    I
Wanted���Two younr men to board and room in |
pnvate U*ard:nir hout*. $A* a rr.vrth. Apply,
at box S.. Daily Newt. 241-tf
******     H      I   *m*     !!��� 11 ��������-11 *-��, I   ���-..������'���i.    i ��i.i A
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Lost and Found
1
Comforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind us
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comfort'
ers and have put them on sale at the low price of SI ��
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the J16 Eider.
down, also blanket* and bedding in large quantities   ���   .
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-:   WHERE   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our War
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed L-
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Ca-*
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,   Baby  Buggies.
es:
For the
Kitchen
Linoleuma at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
and all  kinds of Curtain Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware. T��|.
pots, Beanpob*. Buttercrocks. Jugs. Filteri ar.I i
complete  line  of  Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery.   Fr*-r.ch _*.*)
English China in sets or by  the piece.
Miscellan- Bedding. Blankets. Comforts, the farr.-,*. Oitermoor
-,       , Mattress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for fram-
eoUS LtOOdS ing, 36x4$ down; Jardiniere, Vases. Bar G
even' description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets of all kinds.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 62
Land Dutrict���Litfir.c: <..' ^-<w- C&arlotie
Taa* aotxe tsa; :_;:;,���. -*.-, bi ��� i*:.. I. C. _.
Ba-cur ot Prux* tupert. u. i., b> occupation
bowa^eapcr. utead to ipM w t&e Cqm. Com-
mmiQO'tr of Landa lor a aicvnc* to proepect for
cuai aad petroleum o& an. o&oer ���***, acraa ot
laad oo Ortr.trr it_ar.i_ o����cr.urU at (Uio��a:
Coc-jDcconc a: t poet (___;'.*_ n��e m**m ear:
of Coai Leat* No. **.*.'. Mtftod C. L. B. N   "
corner No. *, t&ence to_:s Sr c_j__^j, tnerc* eati
>. rhaina. tac&ct acru M craira, tnecot ******
M cta-ta to pUee of cos^rccentent-
* W   ******,*m.    tl.    UU.
Pub._*w-M-
FOVND-2 Small Ke> t.   Inquire at Newt OSce.
J_-'-:f
Lo*t-Lad:r*'watch ir. bracelet.   Reward br returning to Newt crfice. 1/
Eichanred by m:��tak*-"Currie
ly timilar be
Kc-exchanr* can b* a.*7ect
Waterproof
Coar for on* exactly timilar bat with plumb
bob tn the pockeL
ed at Newt Oftc*.
Er
Real Estate
:..-
Andrew  Hal
and   disorderly
a line oi $5 and costs,
a rough house in  the restricted
district, and is also chargni a
rei-is-.ir.g arrest.    On  this charge
he **a> remanded today.    He *���*...-
ven- vioknt, it  sevms. and had
to hc held doi��Ti and h.indcutftxi
ers I om the St.itt-s.
.At   the  end  of  the disci.-
t e Mayor hop��.d th meet-
ing? under the s.in*.i auspio - we..uld
. e held on the Hone subje t.
.*\ programm*.* .���: x-mg- iy some
Of   the   Well   known   Ulent* of   the   ****** l-*J t-^rvt-DUcnct _ Daeee CHr_��t-..
  D.    I . , .-l        l Teae w-ee tlat vtirtj daji irom a_u�� 1. C   t.
. . ,   rteseoytenaa Church came in ��i��� &_ster _ mr** Kupan. tu c, *, c<��pai��D
for  beir.g drank at the ooenins and  eio-*- ot  ���'���-,.   l*K*imf; ***** *�� f**)* *�� *>�� *���*�������� *-*�����
.,.,     _���_!,, .     ,. .    H*,"-'S>   *l,lu    Host   Ol    ,.u    B_^3��, k( ���___, ,��� �� _jss_�� w Brsmpett lot
mgnt   paiu disaissio:-.. .ud �����,;.:- wire tavta* cc*- ����*<1 p����"��-i= ** *** na*m **.��� *om oi
Hail rai-ed durin-���*-   : ' **"* ** vir*SM! ****** *****"** m to*M,n
t   b.-UNTER.
Skeaea Lasel Mnitw���L'-stntt ot e,-.��t Ctar-.-.u
Tak. oax*m ISM *.*:���.-... In trv_ state. I. C. B.
baiatse _ tTun Ku|:-e-_ c. C. *) a**c*pal_i
taxaksataat. icuzo. xo a;f., ta tbe Ckief Cos-
misaenier ol Laaa* lot a leez** te 'n.-xct lor
cuai *cs istnsiiii as *tM ^.trn t-tu acna ol
lead oa orar,a-. ItAm* amKr.oml as lo^��a-s:
CscuaR-sac at a |~��; pkaMS en tLum ear.
ot leal Lsas. N.-. ��.:��. _a.-.��i C. _. B. *-. W.
eorur ..' i'oal Laaa. K*. i. *.*.��:����� aaa: gv ccai^>.
;-.*.-�� * -.; -. stake, : ��� t* --^: ?. ttaika,
*-..:���> R__- :. ; .��.* .: ���- -.-.-..> -.,:.*.
���arpt 11. 1*11. C E. B.-NTEK. Loca-���:
P��S. Sect. ss.
*k��K_ La_4 Dutnet���D*at.-x-. ��.' v-**- Csariotu
Take aaun teat u*rt> aU.-i !.-._ lata. I. C. L.
B__-.�� ot r-ncos Ki^a.-.. r>. I, :.. coupauo:
&�����*��*"*��. ista=��1 lo app.> to im CtK.' Cam-
it aea-inar ml Laa-i lor a mus to pr-fect !c:
o-a. aad pacrosmm oc ui under x>.o una aj
_r.j .���- ora_aa is__j o_e*.t��d aa lo-on:
CcoxKcf at a poat p_-*t-*-*t &.* _-.�� far.
oi Coal Laaa. No U'i. =_.--.�� C. ISII
****** Coal Leas* No. 4, t_soe�� mt*: H M_e
izremr* t-va-ui su rlii*na, *._nes eaat jv e;*n__.
ttaaea _>.-.�� ��� ehaiaa lo p_o�� ol tir*aa��:��*z<*:*.
. *xn -Mpt. 11, :��11. C. E. B.U.NTEK. Lacau:
Pub. Sec*. U
Sasesa Laad Dutrict���Dlitrict o< O/jtae CtuUu
Take eocca taal t_trt> da>s troa -lata, 1. i. L.
Baister ol lTj-.ee Kupert. B. Cs l>> occupaboz
e. istaad to appl> to Um ism- Coaal L���Me lor a ixeeca to pr-eap-rct I.r
cual aad pWMta oa aad uadar Ho aires aj
.aad oa lira nam U_ad imser.tm* aa (olio���i:
Co���JBeeoas at a poet piaatad tao sua lcu-s
.< r_k> ctAm: i. E. B. Coal Leaa. No. 4. ��*_.-i->*
S   L   re-raw C. E. B. Coal Laaa. No. i. uaac.
���outa tw cruna,   taaaos  aast  no r-aim.  taaco.
aorta S) caaiaa. tbaaee aas: ���** ca__s to plaer cl
e-.r^zLe-eetsae.:.
. . - ���,. v. ;���*::    c l  i usu;**, _*ea-..
; Pua. sent. ii.
-J
Will buy lott 'n Prince Rupert at barsain prices
foe caah. Apply P. O- B-^x s��^0 iuunf locatK*.
pnee. etc. Sl-tf
Want to bay two lou is Pr.nc* Rupert. Cfv*
full -ttforroatioe at to pnee. tertni and location
to P.O. Box ��19 Z^W.
|      Business Chances
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he :r..icnent :t opportune aad the future attuned.
Ux ��� .. casi. t _: .i w.iij cap:tal to carry tettiert
tpnt-c in tocne cat**, almcet a rnoooooCy of
a iarv* tributary t*mtory can b* tecured. B**t
cor��er In Hi. to ba:id. or ttore would be erected and rented. Pott .(See w-._i be tecured. Ad-
drett zr.rrst*; ,x\*t.y p Q. Box 2. Pnnee Rupert.
2i:-u:
W';'.; .-j- a itor* :n roc-i location.
for_r_t:��c to box 9}**.
Sute Ml in-
z+s-n:
WANTED
Smart
-
song* win
'..    -*.   ..     -
l or. naa aaa a: a ;os*t p*aatad t-ao -ai_e north
���*! C. L r 0��l Leaaa No. 1. markad C B. B-_:<r
.-**��� *t. c.a-rsr Coa, Leaae No. *. tbate* aovxst J*.
era -s. uasaca -as: -av caaiat. taeco. aona Su
cmi-i   xt*z.e.  .sa: >. caa-aa to *:���ca ei eeo-
To *rork ail &*r rrx: Sanniajr.   Applr a:
li* Da::*. Ncsrs Oi*. to Mr. M-.--.rw   :
NOTICE
LOTS FOR SALE
One lot, Block 5, Section 1. Beach
Place. Price $2100. $1000 cash
balance 0-12 months.
One   lot,   Block   17,   Section   1,
j^Pifst Avenue. Price $2500,
$1000 cash, balance 6, 12, and
IS months.
Two lots, B.ock 29, Section I,
Park Avenue. Price $5000. one-
fourth cash, balance 6-12-1$
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, fine
view   with   two   fronts,   Sixth
__Avenue  and  Seventh  .Avenue.
__Price $1365, $5-00 c.ish. balance
���easy.
One lot, Block 9, Section 5, Sixth
j_Aver.ue.   Price $1525, $765 cash,
���balance 6-12-1$ months.
One lot. Block 6, Section 5, Fifth
.Avenue. Price $1500, $300 cash,
balance 3-6-12 months.
Two lots. Block 22, Section 7,
Sixth Avenue. Price $600, one-
half cash, balance $25 per month.! <
One lot. Block 15, Section 7, two *
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove,   with   house   32   x   20.
Price $2625.
One half of lot 13, Block 40,
Section 7, fronting Ninth Avenue. Price $400, $200 cash,
balance $25 pier month.
Lots 19-20. Biock 4, Section 8,
corner   Ninth   Avenue
Howe & McNulty
HARDWARE
Are now readv to do business in
their new Hardware store on
Second Ave. and Fifth St, with
a complete stock of heavy ana
shelf hardware, stoves and ranges, granite and tinwsre, paints
and oils, ship chandlery, sporting
goods, etc. :      :      :      :
All orders will receive prompt attention
PHONE 364
���tp*epp**t*,����PPP����*tppp*t9*'**'P**-*P**9PPH'*'>**t***0\
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
Price J! (
$$00, one-fourth cash, balance
6-12-1$ month.
Lots 9-10, Block 16. Section S,
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each,
one-third cash, balance 3-6
months.
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par valae tl.OO. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
r4f4��4����������44a��4������������������4444a��4��4��44����44-444.U<44��
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
St.  Andrew s Society
A icneral  meeting of  tht   S
��_ |__        e .   Ill    i       i       i i.'***** ���****���" '"��� '���'���'������    C E. BAINTER Locator
Andre* ? Society wi.! u- he d m rmt,.im:.u
' .      ten   Hall on Friday r*T^_lfl.'^,^T.'^Jnrt,<lw,T?c!-f-w"
....;.*- *.aa: ta.r.�� 1*,* trod oax*. L C. t*.
'     -\.b'e Hatmb'in, however, ...��������� -   I -ctober 2. th. when ar- 5___L_tT__L,_r1l__* *
ay excupatioa
cceded in bringing him lafei)  I    '��� - - wHI be Blade : -
the station
Oa aail al��: C*c-_i-t�� STtll I aiU ataia _a*r�� i
t��*rg* ot tte <*o* R��r��i."ir�� S*<P '- Saccad
a.-.rj�� t-Kaac: S��*.-ret_ aad Eicetll r-wi.
ocr.;��d lot aoaa luaa b) Lu<Ja-)c Stmbic. 1
��� . :-. *r*��*a��aa4 :o m* ���_ my old cwt��-a��rs aad
irm: i*. or aav zr* oaea ttat lexi lilt* r.*:"^
ffi *   a . -a a *u-_L
1 ati as - ^�� :-..*. tkraa aad a i*ii years I
ts-.* :a.t, :- :.-��.-:--_ ia Pnaca Rypcr:. xry to
ft*, satisfs-*    -
����� :.*. -.a. .*,-. raa:-*najs a-_ ta *���wi aai
FOR LEASE
75 x 100 feet on Third
Level.   Good lease.
Stores on Second Avenue.
HEAD OFFICE.   TORONTO FACTORIES    PBTER801.
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
.*JH.0St
fcnue.
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited
S2_2*��� ?*_. 5" *"*-���*  *�� **" C____:8!������   raawaai- ;.-i- eU.-ie.i.
.,       " ��* a-_af-_>_       -���    raa    tr     ��� -   - ���     ���-.��� ���
THE TENTH TRAGEDY
Epidemic of Gss-poisoning in
Toronto   The  Tenth  This
Month.
Canadian Prt ?- r>*. natch
Toronto,  Oct.  26���The  ���
death this month from -ca? p -
ing   in    the   city   occurred   tiiis
momu-.g when the body of William
\\Tiite wa* f.*ui-d in his room at
St Soseph street.
ENGLISH M. P. , SUICIDE
ol Lead, lot a at ace to -..--ap***-. lor
durini       the     winter   co4' ***..********�� a* aad uader wv acraa ol
t. iau.i.ii.,1     euuiuig     tnt     tainitr   _. et Oraaaa ia--: asaencad u lolam.
It     IS     imtx.rtatlt     and     ,*-**t*tM"*T* ** * iw P*aaud two auas Bortt
 -.    . ', ,      .     a-I i   L. B  loai Laaaa No. t. stake S   w. evrt.ee
memoers .,re requested to maki n ���. ���*. lssm sc. t, tame ten* M ca*^.. ttmm
,, ��� ��aat w etmza. tbacca ���.��*.;  sv caaaas. taaaca
' *      *       i'     <-'i<- ..-. m 'ctaiaa w f_�� ci coi__iccan>acu
  1-atedSept. 11. l*h     C E. B.UNTtR. l_<��ur
i Pub. Sfpt. it
THE   HOSPITAL   DANCE ***** Laad t>i��nct���L-etnct ol Quaes Cbariotta
  Taa. Mdee taa: __***)) days Iross elate. I. i. E
n       .      _ .        _ Eaia:��r U  :Y_�� K.f<r��  B. C.  by occupa!*-.*:
Uon t rorget the Event of the  *.mt**e*e��i. maa* -.o apply to taa cbiai Com-
c__.__      la .     _ r*   ��� _i        fcr-   l_��      ���-asajaer 0/ Laa^s foe a i-cecce 10 praapect lor
Season    It s on Friday INight    t��; aad pscns.ua c; mt aci* ���� acna 0;
��  laad oe Uraaem IsUai i��cr.l��-*i as fo<.o���1:
rv.   ,     . .... _. .  I    i'o__see_e�� at a poat p.a-.-.��i t��o ra_s aorta
Don t lorget the Hospital Bali ** <���"��� e- b coa. i__m no t. ta*n*-i s. e. cccaef
��.m; .1,    1.    .���    .   L.    , *-   E. B. Coal Lease No  l. tbKCa acru M)-E-ataa.
Which    II tald in    the   ittm ���s m c.-__a. taaaca msith to e-aiaa.
IMcIr.tvre  H ll    on   Frii-tiv.-v.-rtr*-     'beeei,����--  rt*L_i to placa ol eosaeccaraaat.
^���iiiit>ri  nail oil rnaa>  evenmg,   DM_ISesi.ll.IS1L    1. E. BAINTER, Locator
f*.b.i��pt.*a
Skfaea Laad Datnct���DMtnct cat crmat. Charlott.
Taat cctxa tba: tamy day, from date. 1. C. E.
artTB. C
JOHN  CURRIE
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10   down   ar.d   $10   per   month
buvs a lot now.
AIR  COMPRESSORS
BOILERS
BUCVRUS   STE.4M 'SHOV.
ELS
BOILER  FEED  PUMPS
CAST   PIPE
COCHRANE FEED WATER
HEATERS
CONCRETE  MIXERS
ORE DOES
GAS AND  GASOLINE  ENGINES
GAS  PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER  i   PUTT TURBINE  PUMPS
Toronto, Ont.
MOTOR PRIVL-.
PUPMS
ORNAMENTAL
WORK-
PILE   DR1VEF.-
RKK   CSUSHC I
STRUCTVR*.-.  *
UNDERWRiTi.:.
PUMPS
IRON'
:-:iii
NOTICE
Auction    Sala
NOTICE is baraby |baiI ttal itxrm Haftn-.y.
baa peak***. p.**sas.epca ey Lot Sa.*ea:��.*: 17 .
]$'.��* 7.*i.::-!>Ae li . Sactioa Oc* 1 . Tovaatt*
cl MaSi R-;*h*-.. atstat aad by virtue ot to**-***!
M___4 :-*- **** from aim to Jamas Donaaje.
Ar.a_* M_-n.  a.-.: Ie_c Arrzstrczt.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE tba: tbe
said James Haax-Tty vill saQ by public aactioa
'.tr r.^aia*:. -srw.^i by tba Leasees ap-ia tbe
sail -rre-aim. ia.3 sale :o be Scid a; Pr.sca P.vp-er:.
B. C, ca it* irK -Jay c< Notem!**���. A. D.. 1*11.
a: three c'dock ia tbe altcraooe upoa tba afuliaaiil
��t*~.a**.
\0t JAMES   HAGGERT,-.
Jeremiah H. Kugler. Ltd.
HERE ARE SOME OF
MY OFFERINGS:
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH
Raea> 4 Mclat-r* Black
Saa ire
PH.e.N��
GRAHAM KEAR.NEY. AGENT
Double Front Lot with  7-Room
or.Sth Ave., Sec. 5	
House
.tieoo
October 29th.    The Ladies' Com
mittee  have  ge-r.e   to  ni n   than
usual trouble to make it
Ticket*  can   be had  from  any
member 11 the committee. 5:
Two Bav-view Lots on 4th  Ave..   Sec.
6    C-150
...Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
IW 125       NiJci Blaci       ***-*** Are
Baiatir ��� Priac* Rapcrt,
Skeeaa Laad D-jtnct���D��rict c< Queae Cbari��M Lot or. 5th Ave., Sec. 6
Take notice that thiny days from da��, I. C. E. , ...    , _
Baiatar of Pr_�� Rupert. B. C, by occupaaoa Lot or. 9th Ave.. Sec.   .
���".**?*"***22'   bookkieper. lataad to apply :o   '
tbe Cbaa* Coa-
*,.-
:*.
una
..I3S0
LINDSAY.
coa. aad pat����um oa aad uader Uv ac.-as ol  lM.i _ _J__S !��. i'^rnxntmi aa'fe>_>**rs
turn a* Grata- l._ai daecr.aed as Um
London. Oct. J5.��� Speda      \-
fred HiHier, thi  I -   member . Don t forget the dance tonight
of  parliament   for   the  north  di- j.n, the f____'t?r'   Hai!-     ���J'"a.v's
vision of Hertf.^rdshire. committed 'uli orchestra in  attendance.    A
suicide ti-dav.
good time assurred.
To Ottawa Together
Victoria,    i V:     .?��-��� .***;-���
Messrs. McBride ar-.d Bowser leave
Ipf Ottawa together      \ vember
firjt.
VANCOUVER'S DISGRACE
Local Jail Conditions are Condemned   in   Har h   Terms
Raiaed Racket
i narle*   H*��.<tt< ���    -**
tht
Cmrtaaadrs at a poal ;���xtcd are mijas east
cat Coal Leaae No- 41*1. marked C. ��. Ba*a:��r ,
N. E. ccraar Cc���: Lease No. ��, IS ce scuta m)
eta. a. -.beeca areet SI ch���tea, tbecu aorta w
t-f.airr,. tbeca-a ease 91 caa_a to p_��c of ec*a-
MMaL
tiatad .-;*.  II. l��ll.     C. E. BAINTER. Loca*..;-*
Pub. Sept. tt.
Skeeee Laad Datrict���Dattnct ot guaee Charlotta
Taa. aotx* that thiry da>a fror. date. I.CC
Baxter of I nae* Rupert. B C. by occupauoe
tx-oakerper. latad to apply to tha ChW CoCD-
- aaiomiff of Laada for a lietac* to proepect for
i���al aad pecroAeuia oo aM uader Hv acrea of
Uad ce Graham Issaad deaenbed as folloas:
CcKDeec-.ak at a poat c��� "l-e-i ,ae ta:> aonk
'    si. B. Coal Leaa* No. *. Barked N.  Vi.
C. E. B. No. 16. these* south so cbaias.
iheaee stem 90 ch__s. these* torts W etum.
thar.ee eaat y> chkira w p_c* of ci-sraesearaast.
t>ated Sept. 11, 1>1I.    C. E. BAINTER. Locau*
of C.
1  ,   . ii..-, Press De-patchj
Vancouver,  lk:-..  26.���"A di*- **********
released  -��r**^   *':   **}? &t.   tilthy  Uyond ^fSilft1-.
,    m-inir-i em susix-.dcd sentence ocscriptur.   an some of the term* **^***e <* Wae* Kaaatt. B. c. occ^-au-'-a
r_L_^2L_*M-w' ****** causing -^ mcooneetibfl with the local STS^rS1 ."^1-%_^��
locaiaeacsa* a: a pert plaaiad t���o -aJea aoc-.h
cf C. E. B^oal Leaaa No. T. =_rked C. E. B.
Coal Lease No. ... these, south si, chaiai, these*
eaat Cu esaisa. these, aoc-.h SO chaise, these,
aeat *< caaias to \~*A* o< cwafflescaraesL
Daud Sapv 11. 1>11. C. E. BAINTER. laocatoc
Pub. Sept. M.
Skecsa Laad D*atncc���Diatrict of tjaees Ciarlejct*
Take to*.:ce tbat thirty days froa elau. I. C. E.
Baia-_r of Priac* Rupert, 6. C by oecupa-joa
twakeeper. isteod to apply to tbe Chief Cocs-
T_ftoa*r cf Lasda foe a *x*sce xo prospect for
coal aad pc-roteum oa aad uader itsr acrea of
*_- i oe Graham li.'aad deacribed as fe-a*lo**s:
r*o*r.*^e*:c*icaj a: a :<at ptaated :a*o alisa aoctb
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. T. marked S. W. roraer
C. E. B. CoaJ Leasa Na 1J, tbe���� eorth *0
cha-ae. theac* aaat JO ebaisa. these* ao-j-.h iO
ehaina. tfcesc* aeel M ehaiai to place of coca-
raeec*-t&*a��
l*a:ed Sept. 11. 1911.    C E. BAINTER. LocMor
Pub. S��pt.U.
?���'��� ��� cash and $25 a month.
Two Double Lane Corners on 11th Ave.
Sec. s. ?<>50 each.    Easy Terms.
Lot 19. Block 2*5. Sec. 5 J22001 i
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Afratl
t ,**.-.ts pmsptly fillad.   Pnee. naaosaUa.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rocheacer. CertreSt.    Pbooe ���
Hre, Life, AccuWsl isd LiaUtr Issmsct
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattuiio Biock.
TFRED. STORK;
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENTE AT ************ - -
t*ewlj Fun-a-tdM**-
Sir
Healed Roomi
A nRST   CLASS BAR   .��NP   t***���**
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS ANP ' r
BATHS   FREE   TO   *t**t***tt
W. H. Wrifk. Prof
M HI 1
���   %j^J^|^i^B^^i   ********      l*amt*'**am*\l
BOYS!
a disfurKiiH-r
The new G.T.P. New. Sund
for Lowney's  delicious  Choco-
j ii', i_ r!,r prc-aiiit condidona.
I   - V  tion is Ln ;���-   gn --
I
TurribuH's celibratttl undntwcar
lates. fresh from the factory."^,'.tocw'l'wa.la^    fh,ldr���"-
Saeeea Laad Dwtrtce��� Dirtrct cf VM*ea Charktt* Skscsa Lard D*awk-.-DWi�� cf *a*es CharWte
*.*.  . T.--  *.��.   i.       I Taa. -  ���.���- :r.A-. *.;-.-:���. da-.i !ro*n *.s:e. 1. tr i-
book. Blister of  Pnee*  Rupert.  B.  C.  by occupat��s
li ,-rsl boekkesefOT. ia:esd to apply ta the Chief Coca-
iinniiil (or raal aaa* ��� wlesli, u of Laads lor a bc*sc* to prospect for
_   M0 acta>  of  laad  oa eaal aad pi.mlsaia oa aad  uader  M4 acre, of
Graham tasked  haota.l aa taUc-s:                     ���-ad en Graham Islaad deaenbed as foCs7aa:            -*J
.--.-.   4 ,,-..-.,-......-_.,-   ���:-. ,    rT��***.-f s*. a peat plasted two aiies, a.rth     [
mt C   E. B  loai Laas* No *. markad N. E. eoersar of C. E. B Coal Leaa* No. S marked S. t. coca*
of C. E. B. Coal Lna* No. 11. theoc* south SO C.   E.   B.  Coal  Laaaa No.   It. tbenc* aonb *0
ehaiaa. theac* ��ea��  M ckalaa. thenc* aocth  80 ******   tbeac*  mem W ehaiaa. Oaaca aouth  SO
-'.''^-.-T""- **���**��� "��� ��������� '   mm u mm ****** ****** **** m c?_irj *..: pu�� ��� ,-.-ia-
OawdSepc 11. llll.
P��b.r_p��.a.
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daiiy News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
TBE      NEWS     OFFICE
C. I.   BAINTER. Locator   Datad Sept. 11. 1>U.
I Pah. Same. ts.
C t- BAINTER. Locale* j I
-General Hard
Builders' Hardware
Valves tt Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
1 SECOND - AVENUE
*)     *     *    *    *
��� J
*'
*\
Paperhangers
nxos*:s KI r.o. ��oi -*-i
PONY EXPRESS
mmitic heschaxts  Murat na-nci
Per
BaaT��raca-. Stocak* aad Fo-rarerdiaa* Ar-**..
***** or Motor Car day or atsht
Sereeth At*, aad Foltoo
Pbooe KI
INTERIOR DECORATOK.-
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE IM   Krr>
Second Areoae, n����r McBride
TRY THE -NEWS" WANT AP*
WAY OF FINDING
..���:i.��.'iiiB.;*-��.-;-��.
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