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The Daily News
Prinoe Georgu... Monday, 8 a.m.
Camosun, Sunday 9 a.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II.  NO. 247
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, October 28, 1911.
Wife of Man Arrested on Murder Charge Says He Was
Always Afraid That Someone Was After Him���
Lived in Terror of Arrest at Porcher Is.
Watson Snowden, tlio man whom
tlie Vancouver police have arrested
and churned with the murder of William Urquhart Is well known In
Prince Rupert. He was, In fact, supposed to be on his way here when
arrested, as the following wire re-
ri'iveil  by Chief Vickers shows.
The telegram was sent from the
chief  of  police  at  Vancouver,   and
I runs: "Arrest Watklns (Watson)
Snowdcn, murder suspect. Forty
years.   Five  feet  eight  Inches.    One
(hundred and ninety. Stout built,
large, red face. Clean shaved
Heavy drinker. Left Nanaimo for
lluperl. Known through wife and
Child, left him August, 1910."
Chief Vickers knew the man quite
[well.   In Rupert's early days he used
I In be always In trouble over threat-
riiiiig his wife, etc.    He also ran n
11,lind  pig, and  bis  name Is on  the
I records of the  provincial  police,
lie had a pre-emption on Porcher
I Island,   and    kept   scrapping   over
there with the neighboring settlers.
On receipt of the wire from Vancouver, Chief Vickers had Porcher
Island searched for him in case be
should be back In his old haunts.
Tbe life of Watson and bis wife
was most wretched. They came to
Rupert from Seattle and the woman
sought and obtained employment In
a laundry. She supported not only
herself and her small bnby boy, but
Snowdcn ns well. He would do nothing to support his wife and child,
Bhe declared.
All the lime they were ln Prime
Rupert, Mrs. Snowden declares has
husband Insisted on keeping a gun
at the head of the bed In case of an
emergency. When she asked what
he did It for she was told that there
were some men who were trying to
"get him" and that he would "never
let any one get blm without shooting 'em full of lead."
One day when six men arrived in
a boat at Porcher Island be hi.I all
day in tbe bush for fear they were
alter blm.
Long Contemplated Action is at  Last Begun in the
Circuit Court at Trenton, N. J.���Promises
to be a Memorable Action
Trenton, N. J., Oct. 28.���The
l'nited States government's long-
planned suit to break up the so-
nilled steel trust was begun here today In the circuit court. It is the
most sweeping nntl-trust action ever
lirought  by  the  department  of  jus
The plaintiff not only asks for the
dissolution of the United States
Steel Corporation, but for all the
constituent subsidiary companies
which are alleged to be In the combine In violation of the Sherman law
against maintaining or attempting to
maintain a monoply of the steel business.
The action promises to be one of
the most memorable In legal history,
owing to the great array ot legal
talent, the commercial standing of
the witnesses, and the results that
aro being attempted by the probe of
The office of C. H. Handasyde,
Jr., manufacturer's ajrent, will
be closed until Nov. 1st, while
Mr. Handasyde is south on business.
Fishing Schooner Adrift Off
Weat Coast of Vancouver Island���Snohomish to the Rescue.
Victoria, Oct. 28.���The Steamer
Empress of Japan outward bound
has reported by wireless sighting
a derelict fishing schooner oil' the
west coast of Vancouver Island.
The U. S. steamer Snohomish
has gone to investigate.
Captain Oliver and  i-.ngl ir John
Woodward Seriously Burned���Mis.
slim Hunt Ht-yont! Repair,
The Methodist Mission boat
'Homespun," Which only recently
was In Prince Rupert, when members of the Conference visited this
city, Is wrecked.
Captain William Oliver and Engineer John Woodward of the Methodist MIsBion boat "Homespun" are
lying In the hospital Wittering from
serious burns as a result of a gasoline explosion which wrecked thc
craft as she was lying on the beach
near Hastings Mill, Vancouver, the
other day. Neither man Is In danger, but the burns are painful.
So Announces Hon. Robert
Rogers in Telegram to Hon.
Martin Burrell.
Win Now Represent Soulanges In the
House���Means saving n Seat tor
lho   Liberals.
Montreal, Oct. 28.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier has announced that he will
sit for Soulanges In the new House,
thus giving up Quebec Bast, which
he has represented for thirty-four
The Liberals are sure of carrying
the latter ln a bye-election, while
Soulanges would probably have
gone Conservative.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, Oct. 28.���Hon. Martin
Burrell on his arrival here last
night from the coast announced
the receipt of a telegram from Hon.
Robert Rogers slating that lie
had succeeded in bringing to an
end the Western Canada coal
strike. His message said that the
settlement had been signed by
both parties.
Will iu- Brected on Wharf u> servo
(i. T. P, Boats when Converted to
oil Fuel.
Unofficially, but with considerable
ground for definite Statement, the
news bus reached Ibe city that the
Imperial Oil Compuny will erect a
big oil tank to serve the 0. T. P.
flyers when they arc ronvortcd to
oil fuel for next season. There Is
to be a tank at their wharf at Vancouver, nnd one at Rupert. The Immense saving in time and labor of
the oil fuel will bo appreciated by
passengers, and the Increase of efficiency and speed will place the
0. T. P. boats In the forefront, of
the northern coast fleet
Liner Refuses u> Budge Prom Shoal
Kven   Wllh Bight Tugs nl   Her.
Montreal, Oct. us,-The steamer
"Lake Champlaln" ran aground this
morning on tho Sonthslde channel.
In spile of tbo efforts of eight tugs
to get her off, she Is still Stranded.
It Is feared she Is badly damaged.
Enter the Ramage Store During
Night and Steal $3,000 Worth
of Diamonds.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 28.���Burglars
entered the Ramage jewelry store
early last evening and stole two
dozen diamond rings valued at
Pantorium Pione��r Cleaners, Phone 4.
Klevi-n of Mr. Borden's Ministers
Are Allowed Return by Act luiiiit-
Toronto, Oct. 28. - Eleven Dominion cabinet ministers who presented
themselves for nomlnailnn today in
the various provinces were relumed
by acclamation.
Three more need re-election,
namely, Messrs. llurrell, Cochrane
and White.
Preparations Made to Instil
Law and Order East of the
Yellowhead Pass.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 28.���The Government today appointed four justices
of the peace for the country east
of the YellOW head Pass through
which the ('.. T. P. will run, also
two additional constables.
That is What the Committee of Citizens Decided to Request After
a Long Discussion Yesterday Afternoon
Mayor Manson Thinks That the City Could Not Administer the Wharf to Advantage, and Urges That the Government Retain Control   A Commission of
Three Will be Asked for to Assist the Wharfinger���Subject of Great
Importance to Prince Rupert Shippers is Fully Reported
Question of Its Legality Comes Up Again   Over   the
Difficulty the City is Having to Obtain
Advances for the Scheme
There are a number of rumors
afloat ns io the reason for tho troubles that lhc Finance Committee Is
experleni ing over lis undertakings,
Not merely (he hydro-electric
scheme, lull a number of very minor
civic Improvements are nt a stand-
so far has not
Into   their   confl-
The  cotincl
the   people
Resolution No. 1.��� "That
this gathering of representative
citizens of Prince Rupert is
opposed to any leasing of the
Government Wharf."
Resolution No. 2. That this
meeting approves the running
of the wharf by the Government."
Resolution No. 3. "That
this meeting suggests that the
Government appoint a com
mission of say three, on which
the city shall have representation, which shall act with the
wharfinger appointed by Gov*
eminent in the management of
the wharf."
Above is the compact concrete
result of the discussion in open
meeting yesterday afternoon, of
the general situation regarding
the  Government  Wharf  at  the
foot of McBlide street now approaching completion, which took
place at a meeting between W. \V.
Foster, Deputy Minister of Public
Works for lhe Province, and abuul
ihirty leading citizens Interested
in Waterfront affairs.
Mayor Manson presidetl, anil
opened the meeting with a short
statement of iis purpose. The
idea of calling this meeting, wets
the Mayor's own suggestion acietl
upon readily by Mr. Foster.
"The Government Wharf which
had been delayed for a long, long
time is at last Hearing completion," said the Mayor, "and
the time has come for the Government to do something in regard
to the operation of ihe wharf.
Therefore, Mr. Foster has come
here to meet you and freely discuss
the situation."
Only One of Its Kind
Mr. Foster remarked in commencement, "This is the only
Government owned wharf i,i British Columbia at the present time.
Its cost will come to upwards of
1180,000 to 8170,000 before it is
complete, and it is tlie only
ferro-concreele   structure   of   the
kind in Northern B. C. if not
along the entire Pacific Coast
as far as 'Frisco.
"The Governmeni In anxious
to have the best informal ion regarding the administration of the
wharf, and accordingly 1 have
come here, antl at the Suggestion
of the Mayor this perfectly open
discussion has been cabled. It
may be your idea lo have the
wharf leased to a private corporation, and so run, or run by
a specially appointed board. It
is for you to mention your views
Government's Position
Here S. M. Newion  inquired:
"The Government then has not
decided   to   have   the   wharf  a
Government operated concern?"
Mr. Foster���"No, not yet. That
is what I am here lo gain Information for,"
The Mayor read the resolution
passeil by the cily council to the
effect that the city council appreciated tha visit of the Deputy
Minister of Public Works and
desired that the new Governmeni
wharf here should be administered
as economically as possible in lhe
Interests of the dty and people of
Prince Rupert.
Pertinent Questions
Major Gibson asked if the Government would be responsible for
the wharf just as if it wert* run
by a private concern.
Mr. Foster replied: "Yes" that
it would.
Mr. D. (i. Stewart asked if
the idea of the cil\'s leasing tht-
wharf would lie entertained by
the Government.
Mr Foster replied that the
object    of    his    mission    was    to
ascertain the feeling of the people
on this particular pi int also as
regards private management of
the wharf under lease.
"I think you will find lhe citizens
generally are in favor of the city's
leasing the wharf."
"In the event of the Government's running lhe wharf," said
Mr. Newion, "what would lie
the system of management.>"
Mr. Foster sketched an outline
of wharf management showing
that   a  well   thought  out  scheme
existed in his mind for ihe running
of the wharf in the maimer to suit
coasting and oilier vessels calling
regularly snd occasionally ard for
tramp steamers -also with regartl
to llie delivery of goods from
steamers to wagons, etc.
About Freight Rates
The   question   of   freight   rales
rami'  up  Altleiinan   Newion   aril
Major   Gibson   asking   how   the
Government proposed to deal with
these. The Deputy Minister stated
thai this weis the most vexed
question of all, .mil saitl that his
itlea  would  be  that   freight  rates
should be fixed by estimates gained
of  the   rales  pit vailing  al   oilier
ports and based upon the calculation of .*.. fair return on the capital
outlay for the wharf. The question
of freight rales was not one lo be
answered oil hand, but he could
slate that Prime Rupert's present
freight rales were exactly the
same as lliose prevailing al Vancouver-he knew thai Vancouver
had   rather   higher   freight   rales
than prevailed at other pons.
Cheaper in the End
Alderman Douglas enquired if
the rales were lo be based on lhe
original cost of ihe wharf���if they
were hc thought they might be
higher because the wharf was
more cosily than the wooil pile
wharves of the G, T. P. air.
Foster pointed out that lhe wharf
was really a cheaper wharf in the
end than the wood piled wharf,
and the basing of the freight
rales   would   be   Calculated   in   a
manner consistent with this.
Mr. J. Rogers gave it as his
opinion lhal the handling of lhe
wharf by lhe city was a scheme
Ikely to be of greal advantage
in   the   reduction   of   rates,   ease
f management, and said that he
fancied boih Government and dty
might make a Utile profit besides
reducing rates.
For Whose Benefit?
A. J. Morris asked if it WW nil
lhe   ease    that    the    wharf   was
Intended by the Government for
the  direct   benelii   of   llic  eitizens
of Prince Kuperi.    Could thi-, In
effected by leasing the wharf?
In   reply   Mr.   Foster   thought
then a leasing system properly
handled under public completion
would   result    in   benefit    to   the
citizens and city.
"There will never Ik* any higher
rates at the Government wharf
lha i al ihe other wharves hi
Pri ice Ruperi." saitl Mr. Foster
in reply to a question by Major
Wants   a   Commission
Alderman Douglas suggested a
commission system���the board to
lie composed of members of the
city council antl Board of Trade.
He si-id  this system prevailed in
San Francisco.
Waterfront Bottled Up
The question of COal shipments
antl handling was brought up
by the Mayor who asked if the
G. T. P. did not intend lo give
leases of their waterfront lo coal
Mr. J. Rogers replied from his
own experience that the ti. T. P.
were roi to do this. "Tiny have
the waterfront bottled up," he
A. E. McMaster said lhat the
retailing of coal from lhe waterfront was allowed by the G. T. P.
"Yes, but look ill lhe revenue you
are getting from il," said Mr.
Rogers.    (Laughter).
Wants Citizens to Benefit
"The wharf was offered to Prince
Rupert for lhe benelii of the
Citizens, and it Would be best
lo have il run by the cily council.
We want the benefits of ihe wharf
to accrue tO lhe citizens of Prime
Ruperl, noi lo ihe citizens of
British   Columbia,"   said   A.   J.
"Why give ii to ihe dty council
iii manage?" asked Major Gibson.
"Haven't they gol enough to do?"
The Prov nee's Interest
Mr.   Foster   replying   to   Mr.
Morris said lhal he thought th.u
the interests of lhe province demanded some consideration if only
lhe interest on lhe public money
Invested by ilu-  Department  in
the wharf.    Mr. Morris explained
thai he quite Intended to Imply
thiit interest ill the rate of 4 to fi
per cent on the cost of the wharf
would be allowed.
Mr.    Foster   went   on    to   say
thiit the position was unique in
Briiish Columbia and the wharf
under discus-ion was lhe Provincial Government's method of relieving the situation occasioned by
one corporation's owning nearly
the whole waterfront. lie explained that Mayor Manson who
had  lieen   Instrumental   in  getting
this means of relief through Government established competition
might be able io explain further.
The Voice of the Government
The MayOr slated his personal
View lhat the wharf was bitter
run by the Covcniincnt, at least,
;il  firsl.    If put  up for lease the
certainty existed thut either the
G. T. P. or lhe C.  P.  R. would
outbid every other concern  for
the possession of the lease, ami
much as they might love these
iwo companies they hardly wanted
lhat. Mayor Manson agreed that
the council had enough lo do for
The News Is Informed Hint the
trouble Is over the hydro-elcctrlc bylaw; that the city's bankers refuse
lo advance money on It, taking the
position that lhe form In which lhe
bylaw was drafted makes il Illegal.
It will be remembered that The
News offered this criticism to the
bylnw nt the lime It wns submitted,
and was latter endorsed In lis attitude by legal opinion, although the
Mayor antl the City Solicitor hnd
announced they would take full responsibility for Its legality.
City Solicitor Peters left hurriedly
for Vlctorln on Krldny, "on business
for  the  city."    The  nature  of  his
mission was not revealed. The Mayor
is out of town today, visiting Stewart
in his capacity as member for Skeena. Under these circumstances a
statement from them is not possible.
Perhaps the Mayor will take the
citizens into bis confidence on Monday night.
Illl.ll IN  HiiM-ll'AI.
Daniel   Stanley,
Thirty  Veins���
y. a i.
Young    Man    Aged
I'iu'i-iiIk at   MiiSKt-t,
Ilanli'l Stanley of Massel died yesterday afternoon at the General Hospital. He was only thirty years of
age, and bis parents are resident in
Masset, from where he was sent to
the hospital here, suffering from nn
Internal aliment The parents are
now oii their way here from Masset,
and the body Is reposing at the
Funeral Chapel, :il" Third Avenue,
In the care of K. I.. Fisher, undertaker. The remains will probably
be shipped  to  Masset  for interment.
STItlKI.   UK II   "IHItT"
Reports of Refugees from Tripoli State That the Turks
Tortured the Italian Officers and Then Hanged
Them���Serious Reports from Tripoli
Malta, Oct. 28.���Alarming repoils
from thc seat of war have be;n received here from passengers on the
sieniuers from Africa calling at this
port. Tlicy elate that on Monday-
last the Italians, outside Tripoli,
were routed by the Turks, who Inflicted serious lorses upon lhe Italians.
It Is said that three companies of
Italian Infantry were surrounded by
the Turks and completely annihilated. Several hundred of them were
The reports state Hint after capturing the officers, the Turks tortured and then hanged  them.
Ili-ut'li .Will' Nome f��r I'liui* Miles Is
Rich Witii Golden Particles
Nome, Oct. it.���Another discovery
of rich pay dirt Is reported from
the beaches nt Nome. The gravel,
which extends for four miles, is
worth  five cents a pan In gold.
iiirxiii,  i ii.ins MA-itii:
City Kiiiigfiici-r ,,r victoria Fired One
liny. Ile-eiigiigi'il lhe \i-vl.
Victoria, Oct. _K.���The cily coun-
���11 Inst nipht unanimously rtVUStated
City Kngincer Smith, who had previously been dismissed by Mayor
Iforley on s charge of Incompetency.
Premier McBride and Mr. Bowser Will Go to Ottawa to Interview the Cabinet.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 28.- Premier McBride is to leave on Wednesday
for Ottawa where he will lake up
wiih   the   Federal  authorities  the
questions outstanding in the province and Dominion, and known
BS "Heller Terms," including ihat
of the Indian lands and the jurisdiction over fisheries and water
r��i. Davidson of ilu- c v. ii. Plans
i<> i.nciiie iit'iiiii-ciiiiii.iiiiii Colony
in iiiiiisii Columbia.
Winnipeg, Oct  M.���Col.   David*-
son of the Canadian Northern Hallway Is here In Connection With S plan
iii lake a large colony of French-
Canadian  families Into  iiriiisii Cn-
liimbla for Ihe purpose of working
al the mills, etc., In that province.
She Will be Used on Vancouver
Island Service 500 Feet Long
to Cost $250,000.
(Canadian Pus*- Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 28.���Thc C. P. R.
are dbslng a contract with  the
H. C. Marine Railway for the
Construction of a steel steamer
to be 600 feet long.    She will be
used  on   the   Vancouver   Island
service.   Her cost will be .��2:"i(l,(M)0.
Manitoba Government Will Assist with Funds to Secure Its
Ill ll,lil\<;  PERMITS
MeUtodlsl (innch win Breet#17,000
Meeting House
The building penults fur Ibe week
Include ninting others. one for the
Methodist Church building ��n Mus-
grnve Place al a cost of $17,000,
anil an orniiiiientnl Iron works on
Ninth Avenue for .1. i.. Flsttders to
rust   $1,0011.     Several  alterations  to
properties were sanctioned,
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg,     Oct.     28.-   Premier
Roblin  has announced  that  the
railway to be built by the Canadian Northern from ihis city to
Hudson's Bay will run along the
cast coast of l.ake Winnipeg and
ihat the Government would assist
io assure iis construction,
nvt>ito-i:i,i:< run   ai-imhvtmkxt
Cily Council Inundated Willi Application- From Iaii-llini Men, Can-
nol   Make   llcclsion  ill   Olli-c.
Mi-iiiiuii.i Pastor.
Rev. Charles and Mrs. Sing arrived
this morning by the  Prince C.eorge
(Continued on page 6.)
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Spain   arrived
the  Prime C.eorge this morning.
Forty out of the fifty applications
for the position nf engineer In charge
of tho hydro-electric scheme have
proved to tie boiiii-flde applications
from first class men.
City Kngincer Col. Ilnvls Is going
over the applications and credentials
submitted and making a tabulntcd
Statement of each applicants iiunllfi-
IVIOtUOtlS which will come before the
council on Tuesday. THE DAILY NEWS
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Saturday, Oct. 28
Due experience is nut enough for some people. Not content
Willi the lesson they got over the Prudhomme affair over the the danger
of playing politics iu license administration, the politicians on the
city council iire evidently intent on letting the citizens in for another
unnecessary legal bill, over the deductions from the contractors.
There arc well recognised legal objections to the penalty plause
in ilu* contracts, upon which ihe contractors may possibly be advised
lo rest their case, bill outside of iill legal technicalities, the sense of
fairness which most people possess will enable them to sec the Impropriety of deducting sums of money from the contractors for delays
arising out of a strike brought on by tlie city council themselves.
Tlie council nut only brought about the strike, ihey denied police
protection to those contractors who were willing to go on with their
contracts. Their present attempt to bait the contractors, is only
a vain effort to atone to the workingmen for the way they lifted
up tluir hopes and then dashed them to the ground.
li ihe individual members of the council Want to play politics
they should do so at their own expense. It is the citizens, who in
the end will have lo pay dearly for the game of baiting the contractors,
just as they had to pay dearly for the game of fooling the workingmen.
pioneer surveying parties, of the obstacles they had to meet, and of
the glowing reports they brought of the grcat Peace River country
north of Edmonton, In the land of eighty-five day wheat, and of the
great clay belt in Northern Ontario Of the hitler territory, as Mr.
Talbot Bays* "more was known about the land lying round the North
Pole than of the northern stretches of Ontario and Quebec. The
story of ihe pursuit through the wilderness of that "four-tenths of
one per cent grade" is an epic full of great deeds and heroic action.
The sinry of how our present harbor of Prince Ruperl was passed
over by the surveyors who pointed out on the chart thai a big sunken
rock blocked the ent ranee, of the perlinancity with which Mr. Hays
Insisted on soundings being taken, with the result that II was discovered that the sunken rock had been placed by the compilers of
the Admiralty chart In the wrong bay���all this is told by Mr. Talbot
who grows very enthusiastic In recounting all that Prince Rupert
enterprise ai d determination has done in making a city rise on the
banks of Kaien Island.
Mining, fruit raising and sightseeing, will be the three principal
sources of Skeena River traffic thinks Mr. Talbot, who declares that
large numbers of travellers will make the combined river and rail
journey from Prir.ce Rupert to Kitselas Cat-yon to admire ihis magnificent spectacle of mountain and waterfall just as ihey now penetrate
the Grand Canyon of .Arizona or ascend the mountain railways of
Mr. Talbot's book, like the subject is a large one, and 1ms been
adequately presented by the publishers, Messrs. Seeley, Service ard
Company of London. Forty-three splendid Illustrations from photographs taken by the author Illumine the pages of this hs
Indeed,''a "fnlut wall, suggestive of
a kitten, now came from beneath
the tumbled canvas quite near to Jlm.
Hut the Royal Navy does not encourage neurosis. Tho lighthouse keeper felt thut a minor crisis hnd arrived.   It must bo dealt with promptly.
The evil odor which still adhered
to tho boat told him that Brand had
exchanged ono Interim for another,
when he clambered out of reach of
tho blindly vengeful shark.
He looked up at Jouos.
"Lower nway," he said, promptly.
"Swing the derrick until I grab tho
tackle, and then hoist mo aboard."
This  was done.     Ungaimy  in  his
i .,,,..- q���,|  Walk owing to his wounded limb, Jlm,
lusiuiit. aim jjj-gjng t0 a ro,)0i llad -j,,, t,aBy uc.
excellent volume, which has more than ordinary Interest to wewho tivity of a squirrel,
ly examined ami swaLbod'tniT: "Tones
will slgnnl for hulp. Moanwhllo, you
might moor hoc tightly. When tho
tide falls she will bo loft high and
The sailor's momentary annoyance
neerdi'iil    ITdppoiio.    why,:,     ,.   ,
iidrin on the Atlantic,  si���! ,,,    '���'���<���'
oat twenty ,������ thirty pounds in Lffi
but starvation Is a slow amu, , 'f'"
plumpness saved her life
........   "     ................ j     .,,,,,,,., ii,,,-u     r - ������>. ���     ,,,0   Ul   ,Jla,
fled.    There  was much  to  bo    done.  8?*T . *iol,t OS-ftataly she    .   is , ,''
nnd no tinio should bo wasted ln dis* EST*to-day, nnd even yet
putes concerning baby culture firoat danger,   Her puis.. ���, Vl , " *j|
"Sure you won't slip?" ho asltod, as1!'"," c'al'u ���miH* ������" t_k?n hoi loVim?
Stephen caught hold of tho ladder.
"No, no. It was not fatigue but
Flr*knesB which ovorcame mo. The
brandy has settled that."
Up ho went, as though returning
from his I'usiiiiunry morning dip.
"By jingo, lie's n plucked "un," murmured Jlm, admiringly. "Ho ought to
bo skipper of a battleship, Instead ot
Jatotte action of 'the "hew'u ��'S*
1   When Brand spoko In this was ,,���,
ponco wns far too wary   o ask',,
aonal questions.     Sometimes, l,, "iid
'      ���"".���r    llS
to  pin  i,is  ,,-,,���,     '��
clumsy logic to some admission m
lis  past   lire.     The only  -, ,���    ,
nod    sought
1 do hato 'em."
Ho   seined   an oar and  lungod so' i^ftnT"
hard antl  Hue at a cormorant which  h-T-inmn.nn
was  inve.lui.ing  the    shark's    liver ' ���Zg
that    bo    knocked    tho bird a yard
housemaid ol a rook-light' Dash them WMsved was to seal tho otbi
UpB tor -lays so far as 2,1
Jones and B] ... ,   bua
the third assistant,  who
g his mouth as',, i.    tom(L
through  the air.    DlSS_K_.YS S^aTST.                "'
tired, with a scream.   Its companion *Ziitns  ��� ,,*k t ,,i      ,,,.  ' ' "'i/1*'0
darted to the vacant site and pecked K^ ren IIred     a   Br   d "-T ^m'
Industriously.     The  neighborhood  of ?-��k��d  and  looked  tm?��
tho rock wns now alive with sea-gulls. {he record of his , ��� '  * "    ���"���***
In the water ninny varieties of flnny 7used to^   ,,'    e , 1* ,''
Shspes   were   darting  to   and   fro   lu |     Yot   so   helpful
>r iiiivnin,
was  In- -| i cmer.
live in Prince Rupen.
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CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
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While we have been casting around for a man to write the Initory
of British Columbia, an historian from over the seas has been making
a Hank attack upon the situation. Mr. F. A. Talbot has not written
a history of British Columbia, but he has written a history of the
grcat enterprises that promise to lx* the most potent factor in the
future history of the Province���the building of thc Grand Trunk
Pacific. His recently published book, "Tlu* making of a great Canadian Railway," is so comprehensive and authoritative that it will
probably stand alone as the authentic history of the building of the
G. T. P.
Mr. Talbot qualified himself well for the task before commencing
his book. He was well acquainted with Canada, having previously
written his l>ook on "The New Garden of Canada." He travelled
over practically every inch of the road from end to end. "Thc greater
part of year 1910," lu* says, "I sjK-nt on the spot, fraternising with
the engineers, teamsters, graders, and others engaged upon the work.
I travelled from point to point by whatever vehicle was available, from j
pack horse to Piilfm.in express, from canoe to river steamer, from team
waggon to construction locomotive. When all other means of transportation failed, I walked. In this way I covered not only the ground
where work is completed and in actual progress, but pushed across
the gap of sit) miles then remaining to be built through the Rocky
Mountains and the Northwestern wilderness, by the only means
psi-sil-lc���by pack horse .mil canoe." Many people in Prince RujK-rt
will remember .Mr. Tablot from ihe occasion of his visit here. Man)
Others will remember the excellent series of articles he contributed to
World's Work, a- special commissioner for that magazine.
Mr. Talbot's story justly starts with the coming of Charles M.
Hays in 1800 from the Wabash Railroad to reorganise the Grand Trunk
Railroad in Canada���of his prompt perception that lhc lii.c was
suffering from lack of feeders, and that the only hope for thc profitable
reconstruction oi the road was to enlarge it into B trans-continental
road, opening up new territories and having terminals on both coasts
of the Dominion. Then follows the story of the silent planning, the
arousing of public interest, the fighl for a charter, the pledging of the
Liberal Government tO the scheme, and it- adoption by the Canadian
people a- a national undertaking
Afterwards comes tlu* romance of construction, the story of the
Howe & McNulty
their new Hardware store on
Second Ave. and Fifth St., with
a complete stock of heavy ana
shelf hardware, stoves and ranges, granite and tinware, paints
and oils, ship chandlery, sporting
goods, etc. :      :      :      :
All orders will receive prompt attention
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
V. - ���-
lot in section 1, 84 feet frontage with
new four-room House for $.'1200
Terms of $1000 cash, balance fi, 12
and 18 months.
2 lots on Sth Avenue, section 6, for
$2100 the pair.
1 lot on 6th Avenue, with house, four
rooms and bath, ror $2400. $1000
cash, good terms on balance.
Lots 15 and 16, block 4, section 5,  for
$1260 each.   Good termc.
Lot 8. block 9, section 5. for $1150.
Double Corner on Sth Avenue,  section
5, for $1500.    Half cash.
2 fine harbor view lots on Borden St.,
for $3150 pair.   Good terms.
Lot 9. block 17, section 6. $1800.     Half
cash, balance easy  terms.
Double Corner on 9th Avenue,  section
5, for $1350.   Easy terms.
Corner lot on 8th  Avenue,  section 6,
for $975.
Lots 15 and 16, block 12, section 6, for
$1000 pair.
Two lots on 7th Avenue, lifty feet from
McBride St.   $1400 each.
Lot 23,  block  1,  section 7, for $580.
$330 cash, balance gooa* terms.
Lots  14  and   15,   block   12,   section 7,
sixty feet on 6th Ave., for $1200 pr.
Lots   4ii   nnd   41,   block  6,   section 7,
$1100 |-.iii*.
Lot in block 40, section 7, for $400.
Ut 5, block 23, section 7, for $550.
Lots 21 and 22, block 43, section 7, for
$315 each.
Double Corner on 11th Avenue roadway
for $800.   Good terms.
Double Corner in section 8. for $50 cash
ond $30 per month.
and her company
Opening Monday, Oct. 30
in a special matinee at 2.30 p.m.
"The Judge and the Girl"
Victorien Snrdou's
��� ��� ������-._.
i ***., .11,.,,-!.,���*. a i
Matinee Pricea:   25c.. 50c.      Evening 50c, 75c.. *1.00
Scats sale now open at Theatre office
Six-room House on 4th Avenue,
6, for $25 per month.
Three-room  flat  with  bath  in
ington Block.
Three stores on Third Avenue.
We offer for sale on easy terms land
in the Ootsa Lake country in small
blocks of from 120 to 31.0 acres at $7.00
per acre. At this price this land is an
attractive proposition to the small investor, as it is less than the land can be
staked and bought from the Government since the raise in price of Crown
Lands. Surveyor's field notes and full
reports on all lands furnished on application.
We offer several quarter sections of
lands in the Lakelse Valley from $8.00
per acre up.
Ten acre blocks adjoining Terrace
townsite, within one mile of station.
at $50 per acre. Terms of one-third
cash, balance in 12 antl 18 months.
"Now, lower a Jug with some bran-
' dy.    Ho's dead beat," ho added.
Whilst Jones hastened for the spirit, tho sailor stooped and throw back
! tbe sail.
Lying in the  bottom of tho boat.
wrapped In a blanket which unnvall-
, Ing struggles had rumpled Into a roll
,'beneath tho arms,    was    an    infant
! wnnse precise ago it was Impossible
to estimate forthwith    owing to lho
emaciated condition of Its body.
With tho rocking of the boat, the
, foul bilge-water   washed   around the
! child's limbs and back. Instinct alone
had saved It from drowning.   Perhaps,
r during tbo first hours of vigor after
abandonment    tho    little one might
have rolled over In  infantile search
r tor food and human attendance, but
the rush of salt water into eyes and
mouth must have drivon the tiny sufferer to seek Instantly thc only position lr which life was jiosslble.
So far aa tbe man could judge in a
first baaty glance, tho child's clothing was of excellent quality. Yet he
gave alight heed to such considerations. Jlm was tho father of threo
lusty youugaters who were snugly iu
bed In Ponxanco. and tho sight of
thla forlorn little sea-walf made his
eyes misty.
He reached down, unpinned the
blanket, which was secured with a
brooch, and lifted the Infant out of Its
unpleaalng environment. It was
pii,',his to seo the way ln which tho
shrunken handa at once strut*,- io
clasp bis wrists, though they were
all too feeble to achieve mora than a
gentle clutch which relaxed almost aa
toon aa tbo effort wa* iindo.
Jonea, alao a huaband and father,
bethought him when he reached tho
store-room. Hence, when the wind
laaa lowered a basket, there waa not
only a supply ot brandy within, but
alao a bottle of fresh milk, which
reached the Oulf Rock, by arrangement ��lib a fisherman, whenever wea-
tiier permitted.
Jlm hsndod ilu* jug to tils exhauat-
��d companion.
"Here, cap'n," he aald, cheerfully.
'Take a couple of mduthfuls of thla.
It'll warm the cocklea of your heart.
An' tbe aooner you shin up the lad-
lor and get them soaked rags off you
the better. Can you manage? lt'a ���
Dear tiling for the kid. If not too late
Brand needed no aecond bidding.
He did not wlab to collapac utterly,
and the soft breete, rendered chilly
by hi* wet gasments, had ro.lrel itltn
The resourceful sailor did not attempt the foolish process of pouring
even the smallest quantity of milk Into the baby's mouth. He produced a
handkerchief, steeped a twisted corner ln tho milk, and placed It between
Iho parched, salt-blackened tips.
Thla rough expedient for a feeding-
bottle aerved admirably. The rhlid'a
eagerncaa lo gulp In Ihe Hfegivlng
fluid was only matched by tho tender
rare or thc sailor In hla efforta to appease Its ravenous hunger.
He was so Intent on thla urgent
  ***** for a little while be paid no bead
Double Front Lot with 7-Room  House EJpHi .,, l0J*et* to?y  feot ovor-
on 8th Ave., Sec. 5 JliitHi   ' ,  : took ,ho ********** Interest In tho
*        baby a nurture.
Two Bay-view Lots on 4th Ave.. Sec. "Mind you don't lr It auck the
6 $2450 handkerchief Into IU little throat." ha
Lot on 5th Ave., Sec. 6 $1.". ?��i   "S.01 ,0��,,m.uon* 3lm'   **'* **">>
.   ,      ....     ' , ' ��� -"""l*   *>**���    ��*�� """��. half water,
Lot on 9th Ave   Sec. $360 an' a lump of ,-igar.- my missus says.
lot) cash and $25 a month. Pore little dear!      However   did It
Two Double Lane Corners on 11th Ave.  [."L*0  ___��� when  ***** ****** *******
Sec. 8. $650 each.   Easy Terms.       _��-,"25 *_* _*L_U,W2   Now* ���"���*������
.   . .��  ...   . ^  -      . ,,ow 'n   "lre -�� **** motter.    H'poae
Lot 19. Block 26, Sec. 5 $2200 rou shove ll Into tho basket an' let
tne hoist It up here?   A warm bath
grent excitement.    Jim laughed. i ,���i���i���_  ....,,,  i.i���
'���They'd keep me busy." ho growled.   S_rt8M?^-5��ai__   ''"'"'",
oaconscious that he had Btated the ' hailed his reappearance with i ii,,.'
primordial thesis, ho left tho forngora ing tho preceding winter he actiulb
alone. Hauling tho Ball out of tho i entertained them with a Ires mini
water, ho discovered that the atern-��� latlon of the twentv four books of thi
board wns inlsslng, broken off proba- j "Iliad," and great was the delight o(
bly when the mast fell. His trained , Jim Spoiico when he wu ab to con'
scrutiny soon solved a puzzle suggest-' nect the exploits of aoine Greek or
ed by the atato of the cordage. Under, Trojan horo wllh the [dentil of 0m
ordinary conditions tbo upper part of 0f hor Majesty's ships,
the mast would either havo carried ' in private they discussed blm otto,
the sail clean away with It or be found md a common agrecenieni was mE
acting ns a sort of soaanchor at a that his wish to remain in.-ognlto
short dlstanco from the boat. : should be  respected.        Their nick-
But lt had gono altogether, and the   name, "the cap'n," was a tacit atlmi..
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO. S3
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in the cit\
are requested to visit thc lodge.
strands of tho sail-rope were bitten,
not torn, asunder. Tho shark bad
striven to pull tho boat undor by tugging at tho wreckage.
Having mado tho canvas ship-shape,
Jlm settled tho noxt pressing   question   by   seizing   an   empty  tin and   roughly bidden to "closo his rat-trip,
sluicing tho foro part.   Then be pass-   or he   might   catch    nomt-ihing  ba
od a rope under tho after thwart and   couldn't eat." 	
slon of his higher social rank. Ther
fcarod lest inqulsltlveness should
drive him from their midst, and on��
sdpornumerary, who beard from the
eook of tho Trinity tender ihat Ilrand
waa  the nephew of a baronet, u*u
r.-, vd It through a ringbolt ln a rock
placed ther.- for mooring purposes In
very calm weather like tho present
When the Trinity tender paid hor
monthly visit to thn ltghthouae ahe
wns moored to t buoy three cables'
lengths awa yto the northweat. If
there waa tho least suspicion ot a sea
.-1.1.111 l_nel District���Disuict ol Qtnsn Clitrlnits
Tuku nuttro thit thirty duys Irum .!..-.-. |. c. L
. Hainter ol I'm,.--.- Knjr, re. II. 1  .
over the reef It was Indeed a ticklish ' iK-okkn-iHT, imcnil to ap,.iy tu its* ChM .'om
en, UK IONTI.M I.I'i
COAL  Nona:
task landing or embarking atorea and | ma"'-"---' ��' L.��*t�� '-�� ��� ���'"������"-",'" i ���";���<�� l��
m ^ 'coal and pelroleum on anil  e.i.*l..- * 10 -,*.*,�� ol
land on liraham Island d.-icrila,-.! m Ii
Commencing at a posl plant,
ol l*. K. 11. Coal LcaeM. .So. 10. ,n...a- ! t*. 1. u.
Coal Lease No. 15, ihence north Ml ctun-s, ttaxs
weat  SU chains, thenca south bu chains, xbem
-a-!  Ml chains 10 placa ol minn . .   -
Hated Sept. II, ISII.    Oe B. IIAlM l.H, Loat*
I'ul, Sepl. 23.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
i 'les,- haul. ,i. the boat would Ml tor-
word aa the tide dropped. Thla was
iiinti.-rl.-BH. By the time all her movable contents���she appeared to havo
plenty of tinned moat and blacults
aboard, but no water���would bo removed to tbe si,,i,-11111111.
Tho sailor was sorting tho packages
���wondering what qieer atory of tho I .u��'"l*r ��^'^?,!i".up*r.,.;i!?',.c;,''>,r^'J"
���    -   - Tr   ...      ,  _,J , \_        .,       IxanktaeeiMT, inli-nrl lu apply t��> i ..   '    ���: , .-,
deep would bo forthcoming whon tho j ,���,_,��������� ���r i_���us lor a iicen.*. *.   >..-���.-��t i��
recent hlatory of  tho rescued  child
waa aaoart-inod���when Brand balled
blm. _^_^
"Look out there. Jlm. lam lower.
Ing an ax."
The -\. n;-,n was duly delivered.
"Whnt's thc ax for, cap'n *!" was the
natural query.
"I want to chop nut tbat shark's
teeib. They will serve aa mementoes
for the girl If alio grows up. which Is
Ik. ly. judging by the way she ta yelling a i Jonea."
"Wot'e he a dour of?" camo the
sharp demand.
'���ilvlng her a bath, nnd excellently
well. loo. He la evidently qulle dom-
"If ihat meana 'under Mra. J.'a
thumb.' you're right, cap'n. They tell
me that when he'a ashore '
"Jlm, the Drat time I met you you
were wheeling a perambulator. Now,
load ibe akip and I will haul in."
They worked In alienee a few min-
tes. Brand descended, and a few
well-placed eula relieved the man-eater of the aerrated rowa used to auch
s.rious purpose In life lhat he had attained a length of nearly twelve feet.
Set double In lho lower jaw and sin-
gle In the upper, they were of a alte
and shape omlnoualy suggestive ot
the crraturo'e voraclly.
"It la a good thing,' aald Brand,
calmly hewing at the huge jawa, "lhat
nature did not build the Carcbarodan
j*..'. Mia., on thc same lines aa the al-
Skeena Und DUlrict���Dlalrlct ���l Q
Taka notice that thirty days Iron, -]_.-, I, i
coal and  iH-trolcutn on anel  uinlt; ���-. ��� .,:,. ol
land on Graham laland deacrihed lafafl
t ommencinR at a poat planted ten n:i.�� nemk
ol 0, K. II. Coal U-aao .No. 10, B ..*.,: N. I-
coraar C. tt). 11. Coal Leaao Nu. 16, it,r.e Hints
mi chains, ihenca weat Ml chains, tur.cv notta
oU chains, thence eaat btl chains to pure ul coo*
1-ateel But II. 1U1I.    C. E. bAl.vn.K.Lutito
I'ub. .-sepl. 11.
Skeena Land District���District u( u .,
'lake nolico lhat thirly days Irun. data, I. c. L.
Ilainler of 1'nnoe Itupart, ll. C. hy is.cj.8iwa
i.-ukkecper, Intend lo apply to ti..< < : > ���
mis-uonor of Landa lor a licence t<
coal and iietroleum on and under Mil .rr*. U
land on Graham Island d*sscril*eu u .
Commencing at a post plante.1 i
ol C. K.  U. Coal Leaae .No. 14. n,si.,si .*>. X-
corner C. 11. II. Coal Laaaa Nu   I..
Mi.chalns, ll-.ence m-esst bu chains, UMu-i Mil si
chaina, tlience east SU chains lo plac.- ul cuo*
Dated .-sepl- II. UU-    C. E. BAINTl.lt. LocsW
I'ub. s.pi. 21.
Skeana Land District -Diatrict nl Qua* i i.hUk
'lake notice lhat thirty daya (rom ,uu*, 1. C. L
lUnri.r of  Prince Kupert,  II. t .. b)  ,av-,..t,.a
iH-okkc-eper, intend lo apply lu u,.*
"tlaeioncr el Lands for a Licence lo I
coal and pelroleum oo and under tl* *erm 4
land on Graham Island doscnl-a*.! H I,
Commencing at a poat planled t*a-
,1 l*. h.  11. loai Luaa* No. II, martud .V �����
.���r...r C. E. II. Coal Lease Nu. IS, I
Ml chajraS, thence east bU chains. Um
chaina, thenc weal SO chains tr- p
WMM II, Ml.     C. E. UAIMt.ll.laO-W
I'ub. SepL 2.x.
.-.ketna Land Diatrict���DUlrict ot Qo��� I Oiartotti
lake nouce thai thirty day. al,-
liainurf ol 1'nnco lluperl, ll. i . >
oookkeBPtH-r, Intend to apply to its
i.tsMom-f ol Lands lor a licentv <
*,-n�� 4
llgn.or      If  this  bl, fellow'.  Sharp S-rt*��8mM*_Wtt
:. ***.
. .-. K
ie* MTU
Math IS
vl wa*
Tire, Life, Accident ind Liability Insurance
Pattullo Block.
-*���*-* * -*-**
-General Hardware���
Builders'  Hnrdware
Valves i Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
i ri**^4>*^4'^n^^��*
McCaffery & Gibbons
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply  at
an 'a blanket Is iho next beat thing
to milk an' waler."
i    "All right, skipper.     Just hold on a
bit.   She's doln' fine."
"Ia It a he or a she?"
"I dunno. Dut I guess lt'a a gal
by the duds."
The baby. In the aheer joy of living again, uttered a gurgling cry a
compound of milk, happiness and
"There! I told youi" ahouted Jones
angrily. "You think every kid Is a
hardy young savage like your own.
You're overdoln' ll, I aay.
"Overdoin' what?" demanded the
sailor. "You don't know who you're
talkln lo. Why, when I was on the
west Coast, I reared two week old
monkeys this way."
Soon these firm frienda would have
quarreled���so unbbuhdTt! was their
anxiety to rescue the Muttering ex-
Isterco of ihe tiny atom of humanity so miraculously snatched from Ihe
perils of the aea.
But 8tcphen tlrand-a dominant personality was rapidly recovering Ita
normal state.
"Jlm," he said. "Mr. Jones Is right.
Her skin Is raw and her eyes sora
with Inflammn'lon. The Utile food
ahe has already obtained will sufl.ee
for a few minutes.   Send her up."
The "Mr. Jones" was a gentle reminder nf authority. No further pro-
I teat was raised, save b y the Infant when suppllcB were temporarily
withheld, and Jones was too pleased
that his opinion should be supi-ord
by Brand 10 give another thought to
hla subordinates outburst.
"Now, hnck up lo the rock," i 1
Brand. "1 will dresa and rejoin \ ,
aulckly. ��� The boat must bo Ihoroua!.*
embroidery were not situated to closo
to bis stomach ho would have made a
mini of me, Jlm. unless I carried a
"He'a a blue shark," commented the
oth< r, Ignoring for the nonce what ha
termed "some of tbe cap'n'a Jaw-
"Yes. It |a the only dangerous
special found so far north."
"Ills leelh are like ao manr  fixed
bayonets.   Of course you would liko
to keep 'cm. but he would look line In
lho museum.    Plenty of folk In Pon-
I ranee, especially  visitors, would pay
| a bob a head lo see him."
Hrninl paused in his labor.
"I.lsion. Jlm.' he said earnestly. "I
nam both you and Jones to oblige me
by saying    nothing about Ihe shark. | skeen. Und District-District ���m.
I lease do noi mention my connection1    lake nouce that thirty dajnsfun
lib  Hie afTalr  In  any   wav.      Tho '< __JE 2 lV?" ,**?���*"*���,",' ,
Mory win ,,, ,n,��� tte ���ew.,��p.rs aa : BB?2t L_,d,, JSr .'l!'���' '
it Is.    The additional sensation of the I coal and petruleum on and under
light would send reporters here by tho I '"J'1 21 Ur""*.m *,*'"!' i!'T',"!TV'
. ,.r..      1  .I....*.   ��.!..,.   .i.   . .. Commencing at a post plained t**'
���ore.    1 ilo-it wish  lhal lo occur."        |���I C. L. U. Coal Uase No.  1 -, n S
Ilo you mean to sny
l ..nimenclng at a |,,*.t planted l*<
ul C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 1.1. ���
cornar C. E. li. Coal Leaaa No. ll*.
su ciiains, thenca eaat bU chains, the
rhaina, thence vest ou chains lo pU
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. DAINTI
Tub. .��i-t. J.I.
Skeena l_n.l DUtrict -DUtrict e,l , I
'I eke nuiice lhal thirty days Irum    --   I - *��� - *-'
Painter of l-rince Ituperl, u. ��� .
ooohkeeper. intend to apply lo the I
'inauuiier uf Unds lor a lictic- lo
��-al and petruleum on an.) Under '
n Graham Island descril-eJ a- I
I i.eiiniencihg al a pual planle-l I -
���I C.  E.  II.  Coal Leaae No.   11.  *
���urner C. K. U. Coal laeaae- Na  -
-u chains, th.nce steal bU chaina. i,
hains.  thence east Ml chaiiu l�� I
MtencrmenL .     . -
.l.leriSet,Lll,l>ll.     C. B. UAINTI.ll.ls~H*
I'ub. Sept. tl.
"Mr. Jones will report the picking
up of (he lioai. and the finding of lho
baby, together wiih lhe necessary burial of a man unknown���"
"What sort of a chap was he?" Interrupted Jim.
"1���1 dont know���a sailor���lhat la
all I can tell you. Ho must have been
dead several daya."
"Then how In the world did that
baby keep alhe?"
"I have been thinking over that
problem. I Imagine Uml, in the first
place, there was a survivor, who disappeared since the ib ath of the poor
d. .11 out there���" he pointed lo tho
p-n. "This person, whether man or
woman, looked after Ihe child until
mndness came, caused by drinking
salt waler. Thc next step'is suicide.
The little one. left living, fell into tbe
bilge created bf the shipping of a
sea. and adopted, by the mercy of
Providence, a method of avoiding
ilpntli from thirst which ougbi lo bo
more widely appreciated thnn It Is,
She absorbed water through ihe pores
of the skin, which rcjceinl the ,ialty
el nienls and look in only bOM pans
of ihe compound needed by (hp blood.
You follow me?"
"Quite.    It' a slap-up Idea."
"H Is mil new. It occurred to a
ship's captain who was ronipollod to
navigate tils passengers and i*t,nv a
llioiisaiiel ttillei- in open bunts across
lhe Indian Dunn, as the result of a
tire al Bea. Wall, lhe child was well
nourished. In all likelihood, before the
.���erner C. E. U. Coal Lease No. Jl.
N chains, Ihence vest mi cnsins, tht
.halns,  thenca east bU chsins to pis,.'  " <*'
iiencemenL  ,. ,       ....
559 Sept. 11.1911.    C. E. UAI-.H
.-keena Land District-District ol yj,, 11   id*
Take nolice that thirty days Irom 0����. I,    ; ***
Uainter ol  I'rince  Kupert. li. C I'.-
l-uokheeper, Inlend lo apply tu Uie* I
missioner of Lands lot a licence ',. ! r
,ual and petroleum on ami un.l.r Mil
oland on Graham Island tltanHm!
I ommenclng al a post planted t,.*
nt I . K. II. Coal Loeue No. 1". ****
corner t;. E. II. Coal Lease No. --'. l *
10 chains, Ihence wai Ml chains. UkWi
��� usu,..  thence east SO chains l" 11
!SSnS:is.��a C.E.UA1NH.
Skeena Und ili-tricl ��� lli-in, i of QUI
land on Graham Island described as lollo ���
Commencing al a posl planted two
ol C. E  II.  Coal Lease No  IT, '
turner C. ft, U. Coal Uase No. SS
Ml  Chains,   thenee  we~t  Ml  chain..   IIS
M e-l.sms, Ihenco east SO chains lo pU'**'
raTCu.1911.    C_. BAINTEH. I     ���   "
I'ub. Sept. 2S.
hM Und District-District of Q "
Take notice lhat thirty dav. Ir,:��� n >      ' .,
Ilainler of Princ. llupert, U. C, by
h��-<iVkepper, Intend to apply to the I
IhManS of Un,!s tor a llcenre Ul |
csl and pe.rsolcum On an.I US " I '
l.ind on Craham Island <le��crl>'r,l s.'-> rtn
Commencing at a post plante.l t��-' ,
TU.'.n mrthae.-l .oincl Cos! Les'e '<'
I ��� E. H. Coul Uaae No. 81. I���cnff s.���iin
hence ��eet  SO chains, thenee l.olth  -*" CM'��
I*" nae east nd d.slns lo poinl o* remit.,������ic.*n,.ni.
emtslning 6411 acres mora or lass- , ,,. ,.n
Daled Sepl. 12. 1911. 9. * BAINTa"
I'ub. Ocl 7,
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. *
application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next session
thereof, for an Act incorporating a
Railway Company under the name of
"The Pacific, Trans-Canada and Hudson
Bay Railway Company," with power
to lay out, construct and operate a line
of railway from a point in the Province
of Alberta, at or near the City of Edmonton, thence northerly by the most
feasible route to, at, or near Athabasca
Landing; thence northwesterly northeast of Lesser Slave Lake to Wabiska
or Loon River; thence northerly to a
point at or. near the junction ot the
Loon River "with the Peace River, or
at a point near the junction of the
Ked River with the Peace River, below
Fort Vermillion on the Peace River;
thence northerly to Fort Smith on the
Sluve River: From a point on the said
railroad near its crossing of the Wnbiska
River or the Loon River easterly to
Fort McMurray on the Athabasca
River; thence easterly along the Clear
water river and Churchill River through
the Province of Saskatchewan to Fort
Churchill or Port Nelson on the Hudson
Bay From a point on said railroad
near its crossing of thc Wabiska or
Ix>on River, westerly to Peace River
crossing on the Peace River; thence
westerly on the north side of the river
through Lnurier Pass to Prince Rupert
or Portland Canal on the Pacific Coast
in British Columbia; with power to
construct and operate telegraph and
telephone and cable lines for general
public purposes; to carry on, construct,
maintain and operate boats and ferries
for thc purposes of the railway and
other purposes; to acquire and make
use of lands, waterlots, wharves, docks,
dock-yards, slips, warehouse.!, elevators
and other conveniences; and with
power to enter into Agreements with
other Companies.
Solicitors for the Applicants
Dated  at Ottawa this  12th  day of
September, A. D., 1911. ��w
The Hydroplane and Modern Warfare
Will the 50-Mile-an-Hour Flyer Make the Torpedo Boat Obtolete.'
pass   to
Is the work ol
torpedo boat likely
the hydroplane or
This is the possibility which with
marine engineers are making experiments at the present moment.
It is obviously suggested by the
enormous speed which this type
of motor boai can attain. No
torpedo destroyer yet buill can
come within twelve or thirteen
knots of the llfly-kiioi speed which
a hydroplane has achieved. If,
therefore, a boat could be devised
of the skimming type, yet retaining
its skimming capacities and speed
while carrying a Whitehead torpedo and its gear, the offensive
advantages of practical invulnerability would be secured by the
mere fact of the speed.
The possibility of this development was discussed wiih a newspaper representative recently by
Mr. Linton Hope, who has had
considerable experience wiih hydroplanes. "There is no boat afloat,"
said Mr. Linton Hope, "which
can compare with Mr. Mackay
Edgar's hydroplane Maple -Leaf
111. for the actual sliced accomplished in short runs. But
thc hydroplane could not carry
the weight of a torpedo at present
It seems to me that the developments so far as it has yet proceeded, points to the skimmer's
utility for scouting antl intelligence
purposes and general inshore work,
rather than for torpedo-boat work
at sea. The Duke of Westminster's
Pioneer and lhe Maple Leaf III.
arc the most successful hydroplanes yet built. Boih these have
a length of about forty feet, which
is insufficient for a torpdeo-boat.
The Thomycroft Maple Leaf III.
is, I believe, generally considered
to be the best hydroplane afloat,
and I know that  this firm is ex-
lirnis without Admiralty
1 Blnsaa Laml Diatrict -District oi ('oust Raw r>
I      I'ake  untie,  thut   l.clloy   t\  llrunt  ol   I'rinoii
Kup.rl, 11. 0, eiccu|iutliin civil I'nuiieiH'l, Intuliiia
i tu upi.ly lor perriiiission lu purohSH tin* lollowing
I ele-scriboel lentils:
j ConiniencliiK ul u post pluiitcl ulxniL II l-'l miles
in u iinrlhc-rlv -Mr.**-! inn from tin- iinrtlwasl corni-r
, PMl uf Lot 18S0, Rango f-, Coul Dlitrict, llionr.-
I .'list :io clinics, tlience north tiO chuins, thonc
; WCIt tei Iitttek nl rlviir, tlii-tu*'- south (ullowlnu
j bunk of river lu poinl ol comiuoiicuniont; con-
tsitilnit Kill acres, muro 'it leies.
Knimersoii, AgOBt
IV   support ��� Daled Stpt. t, lllll. 1.KI
alee ilie.ii.!1,"b'0c'-"- Go"""'(;-
Indeed, the hydroplane is more
costly than the aeroplane, because
the engines are of a higher power,
and lhe completed machine costs
perhaps as much as iwo or three
Bleriot     monoplanes    together.
There   is,   however,   nn   kind   of
impediment in the skimming type
itself���that has recognized advantages���but the impediment lies
in the unsuitability of any present
engine for the high speed and siill
more in the difficulty ol building
a boat sufficiently large to be used
for torpedo work, ll is a mere
speculation at present whether
one will ever be able to get a
skimming motor -boai carrying a
single torpedo and run by one
or two men, though iis comparative cheapness, as set against
the modern torpedo-lmai, would
commend it even without the
maritime advantages. The men
to run hydroplanes would easily
be found, as engineering skill plus
seamanship and absolute recklessness are the only qualitiesiicccssary.
We must first solve the problem
of the engine before we can
approach the problem of carrying
weight to which torpedo work
gives rise. Then we can ai least
scoul antl tlo offensive operations
of reconnaisance wiih an advantage over the enemy, whether or
not wc can ever subsequently
launch torpedoes from hydroplanes
running at 50 knots."
Skeena Land District���District ol Coaat llange 6
Taka notice that 1, Thomas McClymont ol
I'rlnoo Itupert, II. C.. occupation real estate
broker. Intend to apply tor l>erml-aion lo purchaao
the [olio*. In* deaenbed lands:
Commtfiaiic at a pool planted at the S. Vi.
cornar ol pre-emption recorel 4 I'i, Ihence east SO
chains, thenee aoulh 40 ehaina, thence wost bO
ol lake In a northerly direcUon to point ol com
mene u.i-r.r.   cuntaining 320 acres, more or I'll.,!,.I Sept. 6. tail.     THOMAS MeCLYMONT
Pub. SepL t. I,.-i.r i Cole. Agenl
Hells Coola Und DUlrict���DUlrict ol Cuast Itange
Taka notln that II. M. ci.tr ol Dunelalk. Inland, occupation genUeman. Intends to apply lor
-H-rmlaston to loase the following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at tha ahon
,., -r the N. L. nrnar at Lot No. 3, thenn north
40 chaina, tbenc* w-sjt 80 chaina mon or laas to
east boundary ol nnnary leaae, thenn following
the said east boundary eoulh 40 chains mon or
laaa Ui abon line, thann (ollowing aald ahon
lino eaaterly SO chaina mon or lesa to point ol
commennment;   containing 320 acree,  mon or
Dated August 31, 1911
I'ub. SepL SO.
William McNair, Agent
Hella Coola Und DUlrict-DUlrict ol Coast IUnge
Tain noUn that II. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, In-
Isirrl. occupaUon gentleman. Inlenda to apply
lor permiaalon to lease th* lollowing described
Commencing at a post planted at th* S. K
corner ol Lot 33. thenn north 30 chains, thenn
waat 40 chains, thenn soulh 20 chaina mon or
lesa to ahon 'lne, thenn lollowlng the ahon line
easl 40 chains mon or leaa to point ol eomrnenn-
m*nt* nntainlng SO cares, mon or Ins..
Daled August 31, ISII. II.  M. CUFF
I'ub. SepL 30. Willum McNair, Agent
Hella Coola Und DUtricl-DUtrlct of Coasl Hang
Tak* notln that II. M. Cliff ot Dundalk, Ireland, occupaUon gentleman, intenela to apply
(or permission to leaa* lh* lollowing daacribed
Commendng at a pott planted at th* N. W.
nrner ol Lot No. 4, thenn north 40 chains, tbenn
east 40 chaina, thenn aouth 40 chaini mon or
to  ihon  line,  thenn  lollowlng  ihon  line
Sknna Und DUtrlet-Dlitrlct of Qunn Charlotte
Take notln that Amtln M. Hrown of I'rlne*
Rupert, U C., occupation saddler. R*��fc_j
atX to the dhlef Commissioner ol Lands and
-Jltorki lor a linnn to prospect lor coal, oil and
p,?nlc..m on Tnd under tho lollow nf describe
anils on the Weat Coast ol tlrahatn Mend
"commencing at a P*jft��PJ^W?l��2 :
commennment.   AIJgTIN ��  DROWN, Locator
Date ol Ucatlon 81it July. UIL
Pub. Aug. 17.
��� ��� *   . tie ��� -    "''""     ���umit    -iv   viiaius,    kifiiit    tc w    ow
pelinienlllli*   With   models 111   tanks  chaina lo ahon ol lake, thenn lollowlng shon
at the present time. Sir John
Thomycroft has devoted great
attention to this kind of designing,
and assured scientific results mas-
he anticipated. But the difficulties
which have to be met are considerable.
"The chief present trouble is
with the engine. The Pioneer,
for instance, broke down, or rather
stopped running, both last year
and this year, in the race lor the
International   cup.   It does noi
seem_ possible to get an engine
sufficiently light and with sufficient
power to produce this speed without the possibility of breakdown.
There is, of course, a terrific
strain on the boal, and it is certainly questionable whether one will
be able to build a hydroplane of
any considerable size, or even a
hydroplane which can go to sea
in rough weather, that i.s not
liable to break up under the huge
impacts of the water. Hydroplanes can do aboul 30 per cent
more need than an ordinary Ixku
with the same engine power and
the same weight, but there is no
large engine yet devised which
can bear the strain of the work.
"You can imagine that with a
draught of only a few inches
amidships, and with the hydroplane jumping through the water,
so to speak, off her inclined
planes, each impact is exactly
like that of jumping on io a stone.
Water becomes practically a solid
to a vessel travelling at that high
speed, or, Conversely, one may siy
that the vessel becomes a caniion-
sluii. Then the strain on the
eyes from the spray and on llic
nerves and spine from the vibration is a strain which is almost
unbearable lo the helmsman and
the one or two engineers who man
such boats. So that, if the engines
strain were not exactly like that
of pulling a motor car up a hill
on lhe top s|K'ed all the lime,
one has to contend with the
difficulty of the strain on mere
human capacity.
"In fact, we know that the
hydroplane principle���which was
invented, by the way, by an
English   rector,   thc   Rev.   ('.   M.
Ramus, in 1872, and which Englishmen have, therefore, a special
claim lo adapt to use���does give
a greater speed for a given power
and a given size antl weight, but
we do not yet know how far that
principle can be applied in thc
matter of size and weight. A
hydroplane Mauretania is outside
the range ol practical possibility,
and iCOUting appears to mc lo be
the objective towards which the
actual and tested qualities of the
hydroplane at present point.
"No national government seems
to have undertaken experiments
yet, though the Russian government is doubtfully reported to
have done so. The existing seagoing types are only two in number, although other types, which
may also prove successful, are
being tried all over the world.
In fact, lhe advent of thc internal
combustion engine did certainly
renew the hydroplane type, and
that type has come into some
sort of use. Hut the experiments
arc extremely expensive, and I
hardly think  that many private
Ske-enu Uml Dislrict-District ol Coast Ranise 5
Tuke notice thut I, Christopher Junius t.rulium
ol I'rinco Hup rt, H. C , eie'ceipution locomotivo
.'iittitii'er, intond to ut,|,l> (or pe-rtiiiasioii to purchasu
tin, I,.11, ..un-   : ��� . nl ,-rl lands,
t'ninmunclnit ul a iitmt planted at tho south-
tte-.sl cornur ol Lot No. 17,It vicinity til Luke
1.,I.,-:..- anil murke-e! t'tiristupliur J. liruliuin
N. K. Corner, theticu wusi 10 cliulns, thunru south
(.0 chains, thenco oust lo chuins, thoncu north SO
Ctiains    tO    posl    ul     i - 'rn.,r-rrr-. n.r-nt ,      CUIllsillillg
Ur, :i,*,,-,   moio i.r lis...
Hated Sepl. 2J. 1911. II.M A.M.���Witnessed T. D
I'ub. Sepl. 30.
Sknna Uml DUtricl���Dlatrlcl ol Casalar
Tako nutico that K. II. ste'vwirt of Vuncouve<r,
II.   C,  occuputiun   truckman,   intonda   to   apply
lor tiurmiasion to purchu.e, tlio following doscribod
Commoncing at u post piunted 40 chains south
ol 1'ro-otiitilion No. 89*1 and ii'l ctiains east (rom
thu Naas Itiver IS. W. 1.'.), llie.net, -IU chains cast,
thunn 40 chuins north, thenn 40 chains weal,
thenn 40 chaina south to tliu poinl ol commencement to contain ItiO ucre-s moro or itsis.
Dated Aug, 1911. Jsmus T. l-'ullvrton, Agont
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Unel District -District nl Coast Rango 5
Taka notico that Harold B. Smith ol Moralv.
Ale;, , occupation stulion uitunl, intends to apply
lot tturmlssion to purchase thu lulluwing doscribod
Commencing at a post plunti-,1 at tho -multi
���Vat cornor 100 chains easl anil 1!0 chains north
Irom N. K. vomer ol Ul lllti, Harvey's Survey
Coaat DUtrlct llango ... thenn lu chains easl,
thenn 30 chains north, Iht-nce -ID chuins wust,
thenn HO chains suuth to posl of commennment
containing 320 acrus, mon or loss.
DatedSept. 18, 1911. HAROLD K. SMITH
Tub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Uohler, Agen
Sknna Und District���District ol Coast Range 3
Tak* notln that 1, Cordon C. Kmm.-rson al
l'rinn Itupert, 11. C., occupation real estate
linker, inlend to apply for permission lo purchaao tho [ollowing rl.- .-.iii. I lands:
Commencing at a posl planteel abuut 2 3-4
mill* In a northerly direction Imm tl*u northeast
nrner post ol Lol 13H9, Range -. O.aat District,
thenc- north 40 chain., thence w it to river
bank, thenn aouth lollowing riv.r hank to point
Skoona Und DUtrlct���iJiatrict ot Queen Charlotto ' skeenu Und Dlitrict -DUtrict ol Quoon Charlotu
M\.L., n ,i     .t   .   rlaml\.    ,. ....       I     Tuku nutico thut thirty duya Irum .Into, 1, C. li.
i ub.-  noticu thut Auitin  M.  Hruwn ot  l'nnce I Bainter ���[  l'rineu  Rupert,   H.  C,  by occupution
Hupurt   occupation aaddlor, intends io upply to ��� |*tJ.,kkoopcr. intond to upply to lho Chief Coro-
"5- ii_;".\. .omn''M!ill''.,l'.r   vi   \Mn"* #nd,World   naiMonor of Lunds for u liconco to proapoct for
cuul  und  potroloum on  und  undor  --1U ucroa o(
for a liconco to protpect (or cuul und oil und putro'
loum on and under the folluwiiiK deacribod lunda
on tho WMt Coust <if (irulmm l��liuid.
CommoncinK ut u puat plinted throo imlua cuhI
01 tho aouthwoHt eorntr uf C�� I*. No. 4177 thonce
80 chuina oust, thonco bU chuinH north, thonco WJ
chnina V��t| thoncu hU chaina auuth to puint of
Al'STIN M. BROWN, I.ocutor
Dato of Locution, .Uni July 191L
I'uh. Auc. 17.
lund un lirithum lalund dua.rihotl un fullowa
Commoncinu at u poat pluntod uno nulu north
of C. IS, li. Coul Uhiho No. IU, nmrkod C. -fc.. U.
(.uul Leuao .No. li, thonco nurth MU cliulna, thenco
wo_t MJ chuinH, Ltiunco aouth HO chaina, thuncu
��� ���;�� ���' -" chuina to pluco of conimoncumeut.
DuUti Sopt. 11, lull. C. K. BAINTER, Locator
I'uh. Sout. 88*
BltMBI Lund Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoen Charlott
Tftkt notice iii.it thirty duya frum dute, 1, O. t*.
HuiiiU'r uf I'rinco Kuport, U. Q,, hy occupatiun
huukkeep.-r, intend lu upply to tliu Chief Coin-
to apply tu | i-nsai-HuT ���! Ijind.i fur a liconco lu prospect lor
cuul und petroleum on und under olU acroa of
lantl on Cruhum lulund du.tenl.-oo. ua (ollowa;
i onunencLag ���*.* u poat pluntod twu unlo* north
of C. K. li. Coul Leaao No. IU, murked N. K.
curnor & Bi H. Coul U*um> No. Hi, thencu aouth
nU chuina, ihenco weat ftU cliuina, Ihuncu north
bU chuina, thenco cual bU .Mi-un-. to pluce of com-
i tnenei'iiiont.
I Dated 8��t. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTKU, Locator
I'ub. Sept. '22.
Skoenu Lund District -Iiihtrict of QUM0 Charlotto
...  , lalunda
luko notice thut Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Itupert, OWUpallon huddler, intendi
the I hiof ( umniK-itiMT uf Lund- und Worka fur u
liconco iu proauect lur coul, nil and potruloum on und
under lho fulluwinK -hMcnbtHt lunds on tho West
Coast of Crulmm lalund:
CommuncinK ul u poal planted threo milea eaal
or tho KHltQOUt rurni-r nil', L. No. 1172 thunce
north hU cliuina, thenco rust rtll chuina, tlience noulh
BU chuina, thenre rat bU chuinu lu puint of commencement.
located AuKuai 1st, iyu.
Tub. A.._   hi
Skeonu Land DUtrict -Diatrict of tjueen CharloUe
Tuko notiM ihut thirty duys from dute. 1, C. B
Huitiitr of 1'nnce Kuport, 11. C, by occupution
buokko..p,ir. Intend to upply to ihu Chief Coin-
nUMUnar of Lunda fur u licence iu prospect for
coul uiid poiruleum on und under blu ucrea of
land on liraham lalund described ua fullowa:
Commwolni ul u post pluntod fiva milea oaat
of Coul Lmm Nu. 446T| murked 0. B. U. Coal
Loaao Nu. 1, N. L. coruur, thonco rat bU chains,
thoncu houth bU chuina, llionco euat hU chuina,
thenct' norih hU etiutna to place of eommencoment.
Dated Sept. II, l'jli c. B. BAINTBR, Locutor
I'ub, Sepl 2J.
Skeonu Lund Dislrict���DUtrict of Quoon Charlotto
Take notice thul thirty duya frum duto, 1, C. K
llaintcr ol I'rince Kupert, 11. C, by uccupatiun
bookkeeper, intend tu apply to tho Chiuf CommUaioner uf Lunda fur u licence to proapoct fur
coul und petruleum on und under 840 acnw of
lund un Gruhum lalund described aa fullowa:
Commencing ul u poat plunlvd live milos eust <
of Coul Leuse No. -lllii, murked C. B. B, N. W. I
cornor No. '2, ihence aouth hU chaina, ihenco oaat
���mi chaina. ihenco norlh bu chaina, ihenco woat
HU chaina io pluce of cutnmencomont.
Datod Sept. 11, mi. (J, L. UAINTEH, Locator
, I'ub. Sept. Hi
j Skoena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Chur-otte
Tako notice ihat thirty daya from dale, 1, C. Bi
I Uaintor of PrinM Kuperi, li. C, by occupation
; bookkeeper, inlend lo upply to tho Chief Commiasioner of Lunda for a licenco to proapoct for
coal and potruloum on und undor blu acres of
land on Gruhum laland doacribed ua fullowa:
CommoncinK at u post plantod fiVfl milea east
of Coal Lease .So. 4478, marked C. E. H. S. W.   ._
curnor of Coul Leuao Nu. 3, thonce eaal bU chuinr, > coal and petroloum on and under b-Tu acrea ot
thoncu nortii -SU chaina,  thence west  bU  chaina,! i���r,,i on Graham lalund doacribed aa followa:
thenco aouth bU chuins to plucu of commencement, i     Commencing al a poat piunted two milea north
DatedSept. U, 19U,    C. E. BAINTER, Locator i of C.  E.  11. Coal Loaao No.   13, marked S.  W.
rub. Sepl. '22. I Mrnor C. E. 11. Coal Leaao No. lit, thonco north
* 80 chainn, thonco eaat bU chaina, thence aouth 6U
Skeonu Laml DUtrict-DUtrict uf Queen Charlotte
Tuku nutico thai thirty duya frum date, 1, C. E.
Rainier uf l'nnce Ruperl, R. C, by occupation
bookkoopor, intend to apply tu the Chief Commiasioner of Lunda for u licenco lo proapect for
coul und pelroleum on and under M*> acrua of
lund on Gruhum lalund duacribud an followa:
Commending ut u post planted two miloa north
of C. K. R. Coul l.i���,.��������' No. 11, marked N. E.
corner ('. E. R. Coul Leuao No. 17, thunce aoutb
HU chuina, thencu wust HU chuina, Ihenco north U0 j
chuins, thonce eual bU chains to placu of commencement.
Dated 8��L 11,1BU.    C E. UAINTEK, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Charlotte
'lake notice that ihirty daya from date, I, C. E.
Ilainler ol I'rinco Rupert, R. C, by occupauon
bookkeeper, Iniond to apply to tho Chiof Commissioner of Lunds fur a Liconco tu proapect for
coul and petroleum on and under ������.������ acres of
laud on Gruhum Island doscribod aa followa: /
CommencitiK at u puat pluntod twu miloa north j,
ol C. E. R. Coal Leaao Nu. 12, murkod N. W.
corner C. E. li. Coal Luaso No. lb, thenco south
bU chaiiiB, thence eust HU chuins, thenco north HAf
chuins, thonco wusi HU chains lo plucu of com-,
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. HAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeenu Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty da^s after date, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupert, R. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo thu Chiuf Commiasioner of Landa for a licenco to prospect for
nf commencement;   containing 100 nenw, mure or i Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Churlotte   chains,  thencu wuat HO chaina to place of cora-
C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Dsted Sept. 0, 1911.
I'ub. Oct. 14.
Skwna Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range V
Tako notico that 1, Renjamin A. KUh of Towner,
N. l ��� . occupation merchant, Intend to apply
fur permission to purchase tho following doacribed
Commencing at a post planted on tho oast
boundary and about live chains from tho south-
oast corner of Lot -MM1, thuncu north UO chains,
thenoa aaat ><* chains, thenco aouth 60 chains,
thencu woat 3U chaina to point of commencement
Dated June 24, 1911. RENJAMIN A. FISH
Hub. July 2 ���. i r.-.l E. Cowell. Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Coast Hango .
Tako notion that Miriam Ituy McTavUh ot
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barruier, Intenda
to apply for permission to purchasu thu fullowlng
deacrtued landa:
Commencing at a po.-t planted at thc aouthweat
cornor 40 chains eaat and 40 chains north from
N. E. corner of Lot lllti, Harvey'a Survey Coast
DUtrict Itange o, thenco 6U chains oast, thenco
60 chatna north, thence 60 chaina west, thenca 60
chains aoulh to pout of cummencemonl containing
3'iO acres more or loss.
Dtted Sept. IB, 1911  HI KIWI  ROY McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Uuhler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ut Coaat Range V
Taka notica that Jesse M. Tallman ot Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer. Intends to
apply for permission lo purchase thu following
doacrilwd landa:
Commanclng at a post planted on tho southerly
ahore of Kutiymateen Inlet on tbe right bank
ot a amall stream flowing Into aald Inlet just eaat
ot Crow Lake. Thenoa south 20 chains, thence
west 20 chaina more ar leas to the shore lino of
Crow Laka, thenca northerly and easterly following tha shor* llnaa ot Crow Lake, tha Inlot
to Crow Laka and Kutaeymateen Inlot to the
plana of commcncemenL containing forty acres
more or laaa. Located August 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9. 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Tub. Aut. 12.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUUict of Coul Rango '*>
Taka notice that E. II. G. Miller of Falmouth
Eng., occupation aurveyor, Intends to apply to
permission   to  purchase  the  following  descrilied
Commencing at a post planted at the N. W. Corner of Im 1 luii, thenca west bU chiana, thenca aouth
20 chaina, thenco aaat 80 chaina, thenco north 20
chains to tho point of commencement containing
160 acres more or leaa.
Dated August 16, 1911. B. IL G. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 28. 1'- M. .Miller, Agent
Take notice that thirty duya frum date, 1, C. E
Huinter of I'rince Hupurt, H. C, by occupution
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal und petroleum un and under 640 ucrea of
lund on -..[.in.-un lalund described us follows:
Commencing al a poat planted livu miles caai
of Coal Lease No. 4476, marked C. E. R. S. E
corner Coal Lease No. 4, ihence weat HO chains,
thence north HO chuina, thonce east HO chains,
thence suuth ���-" chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlotto
Take notice thai ihirty days from date, I, C. E.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.
I'ub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from date, I, C. K.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupert, R. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Com-
miasiuuer of l*unds for a licence lo proapect for
coal and petruleum on and undor 64U acrus of land
on Gr-tham Island desenb-od as folluwa:
Commencing at a poal planted two miles north
of C. E. R. Coal Leaae No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. E. R. Coal Lease No. *2��, ihenco north
mi chaina, thencu west HO chains, thonce aouth HO
Huinter of l'nnce Hupurt,  R. C, by occupation   chaina,  thonce east HO chaina lo placo ot com-
buukkeeper, intund tu apply to tho Chiuf Com* , ruenccment.
missioner of Lands for a licenco to prospect for ( Uan-d Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
coul und  petroluum  on and  undor 64.U acrea uf i pub, Sapt, 23.
land on Graham lalund dmcribed aa follows:
Commencing at u post planted two miles notrh , Skeena Land DUtricl���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
of sUiko murked l . B, U. Coal Uaso No. 4, marked ���     Tako notice that thirty daya alter date. I, C. E.
N, E. corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. b, thunce   Uainter of I'rinco Rupert,  R. C, by occupution
aouth  bU chains, thenco weal HO chains,  thonco   hookkeeper, intend to apply to thu Chief Com-
nurth bU chains, thunce east HU chains to placo uf   mi.taiunur of Lunda for a licence to proapect for
Dated SepL 11, 1911
I'ub. Scut. 23.
C. E. BAINTER, Locator
coal  and  petroleum on  and  under  ���>.-��� acrea of
land on Graham Island duscri!>od aa follows:
Commonclng at a post planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Louau No. lu, markod S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 21, thence north
mi chains, thenco woat HO chaina, thence south HO
chuins, thence oast HO chaina lo place ol common comcnL
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Rango .
Take notice lhat R. F. Miller of Tipton. England,   occupation   farmer,    ntends  to  apply   lor       ,..,.���.,,
terly 40 chaina more or lM te point of com-   permission   to  purchase  the  following  doscribod ��� UuUh1 jgj, n, ion
msnremcnt;   conUining HO acraa, mora or laaa       I**1"0*1 _, ,    ,    ,   ,   ,   ... -�� -L_t_.    Pub. Sept. 23
Dated August 2B, l��ll. H. M. CLIFF |    Commencing at a post planted about 60 chaina I
I'ub. Sept. 50. William McNair, .Agent ' *aat from the N. W. Corn^ .... ii  i^*   [��� S ' 'Sk"'ni1 Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
| north 40 chaina, ihence weal M chains, thenco ,     ^ uko nolice Uml lhirt   d      from dal    t  c> K>
���.,���,, _.__    -.__   ._   ,���    __���      J��uth  *���? *****><"*  l,icnc" SSLfl C,1*J.,.._i��l Rainier of I'rince  Rupert,  U. C,  by occupation
Bella CooU Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Ran���� I point of eommencoment containing eighty acres . bookkwpcr   inU.nd lo ,,,piy t0 ihu Chief Com
Take notice thai IL IL CUfl ot Dundalk, Ira-
land, occupation gentleman, Intenda te apply
for parmiaaion to laaae tho following daacribed
Commencing at a pott planted at tha N. W
corner of Lot 252, ihence soulh 40 chaina mora
or laaa lo northern boundsry of leaae No. I applied
for ny If. M Cliff, thence following said boundary
east 20 chains, ihence north 40 chains, thanca
wnt 20 ehalna te point of commencemenl; eon*
talnlng 80 acrea, more or Inaa.
Daled Augual 28, 1911. H.  M. CLIFF
rub. SepL 80. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Und DUtricl���DUtrlct of Coast Range
Taka nctlca that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends to apply
tor permlsaion te lease the following deacribed
Commanclng at a post planted at tho S. E
corner of Ut 261, thence aouth 40 chaina more
or l*_o to northern boundary of Lease No. 1
sppbed for by H. M. Cliff, thance east 20 chains
along aald Iwundary, thence north 4U chains,
thenca wast 20 cnains to point ot commencement;
contsining 80 acrcw, mare or loaa.
Dated Auguxt 28, 1911. If    M.  CLIFF
Tub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
more or I--
Daled August 10  1911
I'ul'. Aug. 26.
!���  M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Queen Chralotto
Take nolico that thirty days from date, 1. C E. j
Rainier of I'rince Rupert, i-. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo tho Chief CommUaioner of Lands tor a licence to prospect for
coal and pttroloum on and under 61U acres of
land on Gruhum Island doscribed as folluws:
Commencing at a poat planted two milos north Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charh tte
ot C. E. H. Coal Uuso No. 3, markod C. E. Rainier 'lake nolice that thirty daya from dalo, 1. C. E.
N. \V. corner Coal Leaae No. 6, Ihence south HU Haintor of I'rince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
chaini, thenco eaat HU chain**, thenco north HU bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief CommUaioner of Unda for a licence io proapeel lor
coal and petroleum un and under MU acres ot
oland on Graham Island descrilied as follows:
Commencing at a post planted twu milea nurth
of Oi E. U. Coal Lease No. 16, marked N. E.
corner C. E. li. Coai Uase No. 22, thenco aouth
HU chains, thence west bO chains, ihence north 80
chains, thenco eaat 80 cbaina to place of commencement.
Datod Sept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Ucator
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhal Ihirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Bainter of I'rince Kupert, B. C , by occupation
bookkeeper, intond lo apply lo the Chief Co-n-
misaioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and potroloum on and under 61U euros of
land on Graham laland doscribod as folio .rs:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of 0. E. U. Coal Uaso No 17, marked N. E.
comer C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 23 tbence aouth
HO chains, thonco weal 80 chains, thence nurth
HO chaina, thence cast 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12. 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeenu Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notie? thut thirty daya from date, I, C. fi.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupert, R. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to thu Chief Commissioner of Unds lor a licenco to prospect for
coal and {>etruloum on and under 640 acrea uf
lantl on Gruhum lsulnd deacrihed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted iwo mllua north ���
of C. E. R. Coal Lease No. IH, marked N. W.
corner C. E. H. Coal Leuao No. 24, thenco south
HO chains, thenco easl HO chuina, thonce north
HO chains, thonco weal 80 chuina lo place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12, 1911.     C. E. HAINTER, Locator
I'ub. SepL 23.
' chaina, thence weal bO chaina lo place of  com
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH .Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und Dlrtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that ihirty day* from dale, 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prlnco Hupert, H. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Unds for a lie nee lo peospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a posl plantad two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 3, atake S. W. corner
Coal Leas. No. 7, thonce north HO chains, thence
eust HO chaina, thence south HO chains, thence
weat HU chains lo place of commencemenl.
DatedSept.il, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sopt. 23
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotto
Tako nutice that thirty days from dato, 1, C E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, R. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiuf CommUaioner of Unds for a licence to proapect fur
roal and petroleum on and under 64U acreu of
land on Graham Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
of C. E. H. Coal Uaae No. 4, marked S. E. corner
Ci E. B. Coal Uase No. \ thence north 60 cbains,
thenco west HO chains, thence south 80 chaina,
thence eaat HO chains to place of commoncement.
       C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlott
Take nolico that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler. Intends to apply to tha Chief
Commlaaioner of Unds and Works for a licence
lo prospect for eoal, oil and petroleum on and
under tne following d_ecrit>ed landa on lhe Wesl
Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles past
of tbe northeast corner of C. I. No. 4469 thence
south 80 chaina. thence HO chaina west, thence 80
chaini north, tbanoa 80 chaina eaat to point of
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skeena Und DUlrict  -DUtrlct of Coast Rango 5
Taka notica lhal Frank S.  Miller of 1. union,
Eng., occupation ciwl engineer, Intenda to apply
fur jH-rmisalon te purchi
(iitiinioncing at a post planted at tho N. K.
Corner of Lot 28, Ihenco north 20 chaina, thenco
wiwt 20 chaina, Ihenco south 20 chains, thenco
oast 20 chatna lo poinl of commencement, containing 40 acrea mnre or loss.
Dated Auguat lo, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und DUtricl-DMrict of Cout Range fi
Take notice that Ultio McTavUh of Vancouver,
occupaUon married woman, Intends to apply
tor permUsion to purchase lhe following doacribed
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner 100 chains cast and 20 chainx north
frum N. E. corner of Ut 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coast DUtrict Range 5, thenco 20 chains soulh,
thence 80 chains east, Ihence 80 chains north,
thenco 40 chains w>sf, thenco f>0 chains south,
thence 40 chnins went to post of commencement
ihir.tr.il :; it (UU acres more or less.
Dsted Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sepl. 23 Fred W. Bohler, Agent
missioner of Unda for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acres of
land on Grtiham lalund described ai followa:
Commoncing ut u poat pluntod flvo mllea east
of Coat Lease No. 4174, marked C. E. Bainter a
N. E. corner Cuul Uase No. 9, thenco south 80
chalnn,  thonco weat HO chuina, Ihenco  north  80
oiii^ai^iSnS1" -l au c,minn to placo of com"
Dated Sept! 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 22.
Skeena Lund District -Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
I'ake notice that thirly daya from date, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, R. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd tu upply to the Chief CommUaioner of Lunda for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroloum on untl undor 640 acrea of
land on Graham Inland described us followa:
Commencing ut u poat planted one mile north
of C. E. R. Coal Uaso No. 9, markod N. W.
corner G, E. It. No. IU, thence aouth 80 chains,
thence wont mi chuina, Ihence north 80 chains,
thonce oust BO chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, HHl. C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUtricl���District of Quoen Charlotto
Takt* notice thut thirty days fronm dato, 1, C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupert, R. C, occupation book.
keeper, inlend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner
of  ���
Skoena Und DUtrict -Dutrict of Quoen Charlott
Take notice that thirty day* from date, I, A. T
Rroderick of I'rinco Rupert, H. (,*., by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to tho Chlof CommUaioner of Landa for u licence to pruapect for
coal and prtroleum on and under tilU acree of
land on Gruhum lalund described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted iwo milus north
of C. E. R. Coal Uaae No. 17, marked S. W.
cornor A. T. H. Cual Uase No. _.*i, ihenco north
HO chainx, thoncu east *������' chaina, thence south HO
chains, thenco west 80 chaina to place of corn-
men cemont.
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Hainter, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict -Diatrict of Queon Chnrlotto
Taku nolice lhat thirty duya from date, I, A. T.
HroderiiK of I'rinco Rupert, U. C, by occupution
bank mm ager, intend lo apply lo the Chief Com-
ner of Landa for a licenco to proapect fur
petroleum  on  nnd  untler  610  ncroa  of  lund
Graham Hand described aa follows:
I     CommoncinK nt a post planted two miles north
I of C. E. Bi Coal Uase No 8, marked N. E. corner
Hella Coola Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Coaat Range   of C. E, B. Coal Uaae No. 11, thenco south BO
3 chains,  thenco weal 80 chains,  thenco  north  80
Take notice that If. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ire-   chains,  thenco cast HO chains to placu of  corn-
land,   occupation   gentleman,   Intends   to   apply ! mencement.
tor  permission  to  leaae  tho (following  described    Dated Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. HAINTER, Locator
lands: ��� pub. Sept. 23.
Commencing at a poat ptanted on the shore I
of Neclectsconnay River about lu chains west ��� skeena Land DUlrict���District of Queen Charlotto
of Indian He-servo Lino ,Ihenco west 60 chains j Take notice that thirty duys from dute, I, C. E.
follow-;. ,,i lhe channel of Neclect aeon nay River, , Haintor of Prince Rupert, ii. C, by occupuiion
thence soulh 80 chains more or less to channel ; bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to tho Chief Com-
of Bella Coola River, Ihence following channel ' mlwdoncr of Lund for u llconce to proapoct for
of Bella Coola River easterly 60 chains, norlh coal antl petroleum on ami under <���������' ucrea of
80 rhaina more or leas to point of commencement; land on Graham inland dcncrlhod as follows:
containing 4HU acres, moru or less. Commencing at a post planted two miles north
Dated August 28, 1911. 11.   M.  CLIFF | of ('. E. H. Coal Uaso No. 7, marked C. E. H.
Pub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Ag    t i Coul Uase No. 12, thonce aouth 80 chnins, thence
eaat 80  chalnn,  thenco  north  80  chalnn,  thonce
west 8U chaini to placo of commencement.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict of Queen Charlotta   Skeena Und District-DUtrict of Coast Range &   DatedSept 1), 1911.     C. E. HAINTER, Ucator
Islanda Take nolice that  Herbert J.  Mackio of  Pern- ! Pub. Sept. 23.
Taka notice that Austin M. Brown of  Prince   broke,  Ont.,  occupation  lumberman,  Intonda  to <
Rupert, occupation saddler, Intends to apply to   apply  for  permission  to  purchaae  lho following   Skeona Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
lhe Chief Commissioner of Unds and Worka for | described lands: j     Take noi Ice that thirty days from date, I, 0. B<
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and oetroleum en Cummenelng al a post planted on the left bank Hainter of Prince Rupert, H. C by occupation
and under the following deecribed lands on the of the/.ymoooita or/im-a-gnt-llt River, at aouth- bookkeeper, intend to apply to lhe Chlof Corn-
West Coaat of Graham Island: west corner of Ul 1706, thonce northerly, following missioner of Lands for a llconce to prospect for
Commencini at a poat plantod three miles east the westerly boundary of Ut 1706, 80 chains , coul antl petroleum on and under 610 acres of
of the northoaat corner of Q, L. No. 4472 Ihenco ' more or tens, to the northwest corner of said Ut land on (iruham laland datcrilid un follows,
80 chaina weat, thence 80 chains north, Ihenco 80 1706. thence westerly and southerly, following
chaina east, thenco 80 chaina south to point of , the left bank of said river, 80 chains more or Ions to
coal  and   patrolaum  un  and  untler 64U carus of
land on Graham Inland described aa follows:
Commencing ut a poat plnaled two milos north
of C.   E.   H.  lonl  Uase  No.  2U,  marked S.  E.
..imI -  for u licence to prospect for coal und { cornur A. T. H- Coal Leaao No. 26, thence north
- ;    '������"    '   ' ���   M) chains,  thenco wost  8U  chains,  thonco south
"���n chains, thonce oast 8U chaina to place of Common comont.
DatedSept- 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Ucated AugusMsf, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
point   of   commencement
BROWN, Ucator   moro or teas.
Ucated August 19, 1911.
Dated Auguat 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 28. Frederick S. Clements, Agent
Skaana Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quean Charlotta
Taka notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply to
 Ita for a
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. Bi Coal LMM Nu. 7, marked S. W. corner
containing 16U aciea | <;. i;. H. Coal Uaso No. 13, thence north 80
chuins, Ihenco rant HU chainn, thenco south ���'���������
chuina, Ihence west HO chuins to placo of commencement.
DatedSept. II, 1911.     C. E. HAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cassinr
Tnko notice thit I, ThMMI Carter, ��rf Prince ,
the Chief CommUaioner of Unds and Works for a   Rupert, occupatiun carpenter,  intend  to apply
licence to prospect for eoal, oil and petroleum on   for permlsaion to purchane tho followtnd descrlb*
and under the follownig deacribed landa on the   cd land.
West Coaat of Graham Inland: (     Comnirncinir at a pout planted tbmt Mt mile
Commencing at a port planted throe miloa eaat i aouth from the mouth of Falls crook nnd about'
of tho southeast eorner of C. L. No. 4470 thenco lfifi foot bad: from tho bWich, thonce M chalnn
north 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chains, thence north, thence 40 rhaina west, thenre HU rhnlna
south 80 chains, thenoa west 80 chains to point of ; south, thence eaat 40 chains to polntof eommence-
com men cement.   . menL containing 320 acres more or lean.
, ��       m* ,AU��EIN M' HROwN- I*��t��r THOMAS CARTER,
Located Auguat lit, 1011. Dnted July 7th, 1911.    Charlen Webster Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 10. I pub. Aug. 6th. AKent.
Skeena Land DUtrict -District tif Queen Charlotto
Take nolice that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Rainier of Prineo Rupert, B, C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chiet Com-
mlsnloner ol  Lunds for a licence to prospect for
Skwna Und District���District of Queon Charlotte
Take nolico lhat thirty days from dale, I, A. T.
Broderick of Prineo Rupert, B, C, by occupation
hunk manager, intend to apply to thu Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acros of
land on Graham Island deecribed ns folluws:
Commencing nt a posl planted two milea north
of C. E. II. Coul Uaae Ne. 21, m. ked S. fi.
corner of A. T. H. Coal Uaso No. 27, thenco
west HO chains, thence north HO chaina, thonco
cant 80 chuina, thence south 80 chains to place
of commoncement.
DatedSept. 12,1911. C, E. Balnter, Agent.
Puh. Sept. 23.
Sneena Und DUtrict���District of Quoen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prinoe llupert, R. C, by occupation
bOOkkatptT, intend lo apply to tho Chief Com-
rninaiunor of Lands for a licence to pronpect for
roal and petroleum on and under 040 acros o(
lantl on Gruham Island described un followa:
Commoncing ut a pott planted at the southwost
Cornor of Coul Uaso No. 4168 marked C. E. B.
Coal l.i'ii... No. 28, thunco north 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thenco
euat 80 chains to point ol commencement coverint
nil foreshore Tlahn Point.
Dated Sent. 12, 1911. C.  E.  BAINTEH
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeena Land District���District ot Queon Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty dava from date, I, C. E.
Hainter ot  Prlnco Hupert, P. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intontl to apply  to tho Chlet Commissioner of Umls for a licence to prospect tor
coal  and petroleum on and  undor 610 acroa of 1 coal antl petroleum on and under 6V0 acroa of
lantl on Gruham lslnnd deacrihed us follows: lund on C<raham Island described an follows:
Commencing al n post plantod two mllea north Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
ot C. E. Bi Coul Uaso No. H, markod S. E. corno Tlahn north -vert votnef Coal Leaao 4466 marked
C. E. B, Coul Uaao No. 14, thenco north 80 c. K. B. CoM Loasn No. 29. thenc? south 80 chains,
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco aouth 80 thonco west 80 chaina, thenco north 80 chatna.
chalnn, ihenco inst 80 chainn to placo of com- thence east 80 chains Li point ot commencement;
mencement. ��� containing 640 acres mote or Iobs.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator   Dated Supt. 12. 1911. C. E.  BAINTER
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Salt Lake City Woman Gets
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Salt Lake City, Oct. 20��� Mrs.
Dora Toppan, known as "Belle
London," part owner and manager of the "Stockade," Salt Lake
City's restricted district, which
was recently abolished liy the
police, was sentenced today to
eighteen years in lhe penitentiary
under the new state vice law.
Mrs. Toppan was convicted of
enticing Dogney Gray, a young
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New Crown for Durbar is Ordered and Will Cost Fabulous
It is understood on high authority that orders have been
given for the preparation of a
special crown for the king when he
attends the Delhi durbar, and that
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London jewelers, who at present
have thc execution of the order in
Whether thc king will decide
to wear the Koh-i-Noor in his
crown at Delhi remains to be seen
All India knows the legend, "He
who holds the Koh-i-Noor holds
India." Since the annexation of
lhe Pimjaub the Koh-i-Noor has
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English crown, but Queen Victoria
never visited India, and King
Edward's coronation durbar was
held by Lord Curzon. India has
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Noor on the head of an Knglish
At the coronation the great
Indian diamond was the chief
jewel in the crown of the (|tieen,
the great Star of Africa being the
central ornament of the king's
crown, lt has been reported that
the queen would also wear thc
Koh-1-Noor at the durbar, but
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to pubjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
tn invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Sug-
gestloril and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cony Corner" will fill a social need.
Remembering Too Much Contuses and Clouds the Judgment.
One <>f the most valuable assets
���.���mi can possess Is a well-trained
memory. This does not mean
one that retains everything good
and bad- It often happens that
ilu- memory retains loo much, and
me in hampered by the continual
Hashing on the mental screen of
undesirable pictures.
If the day brings you a dis-
.rateable incident, ponder it long
enough to extract therefrom its
lessons; all experiences have lessons attached to them. See if
vm! have been at fault in anyway for what happened, through
passion, weakness, indecision, carelessness, or any other wrong at-
trlbute. Lay to heart the lesson,
whatever il may be, as a safeguard
against future mistakes; then resolutely shut the incident itself out
i,I your mind, that its shadows
may not obscure the path before
you. Constant dwelling on past
blunders will so sap your strength
and confuse your judgment that
you will constantly find yourself
falling into error. In avoiding
Scylla you will run on Charybotlis,
and then, frightened by what you
have done, you will rush so far
ihe oilier way as to collide with
Scylla again.
11  is only when you arc calm
BOggy  by tlie condensing of the
steam on cooling.
Serve in a folded napkin in an
uncovered dish.
This is the most digestible way
of cooking potatoes.
Boiled Potatoes
Select potatoes of uniform size.
Wash, pare and drop at once into
cold water to prevent discoloring.
Note.���The oxgyen of the nir
forms with the potato a dark-
colored substance. This acid also
stains tlie paring knife. Towards
spring poiatoes will need to be
soaked at least two hours.
Cover wiih boiling water.
When they have boiled fifteen
or twenty minutes, add salt, using
one tablespoonful to six potatoes,
or salt may be dusted on after
Stand   in   a   warm   place   uncovered, or cover tlie kettle with
a cloth folded several thicknesses,
until the potatoes are served.
Mashed Potatoes
Boil poiatoes���without skins���
and mash in the kettle in which
the*,- are boiled, using a fork or
a wire potato masher. When free
from lumps, adil to each cup of
the mashed potato: 1 tablespoonful butter, 2 tablespoonfuls hot
milk, 1-1 tablespoonful salt, a few-
grains white pepper. Beat well.
White Vegetable Sauce
1 cup milk, _ tablespoonfuls
butler, 2 tablespoonfuls Hour, 1
tablespoonful salt, 1-8 tablespoon-
fill white pepper.
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that you can exercise your judgment as you should, and if the
mind is continually disturbed by
discordant voices from the hall
of memory, any unexpected situation will have power to trip you up
One of thc best methods of
training yourself to forget an unpleasant thing quickly is to turn
your thoughts Immediately to some
subject of a totally different nature,
so that no chance association of
ideas may usher in again the unwelcome guest you are trying lo
bar out. Think of something so
interesting that only an Invitation
is needed to make it rest content
in your mind. This will discourage the Intrusive thought, and
��� il its next attempt at gaining an
entrance will be feebler, and llu
next feebler siill, Until at la-l
it sinks away into lhe shadows, to
return no more.
Keep a sieve over your memory,
that it may allow only lhe liner
things to find a resting place there,
while the coarse dross is easl aside.
Method.���Melt   butter,  slir  in
Dour, and cook together until the
mixture bubbles up. Add milk
which has already been heated:
then seasonings. Cook until it
Note.���If only making a small
quantity of sauce, the milk may
be adtled gradually instead of
previous healing.
Asparagus, onions, cabbage, cauliflower, beets, celery and carrots
are savory when served Willi white
Potatoes Baked in Half Shell
Select six medium-sized poiatoes
and bake, following recipe for
bilked   potatoes.     Remove   from
oven, cut slice lengthwise from each
and scoop out inside.    Mash, add
two tablcspoonfuls butter, three
lablespoonfuls milk (warm), season with salt and pepper; then add
whites of two eggs well beaten.
Refill skins and bake five to eight
minutes in a very hot oven.
Potatoes may have grated cheese
sprinkled over the top before
putting in oven, or cooked ham and
onions may be chopped line and
added to the potatoes before filling
Baked Potatoes
Select medium-sized potatoes,
scrub them well, and dry theffl.
Bake in a shallow pan on the
rack in a moderately 1ml oven
until soft (about 4fi minutes).
Turn occasionally that they may
bake evenly.
When soft, press between the
fingers, or in a cloth, and break
thc skin, to let the steam escape,
and thus prevent them becoming
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the origin of footballi
wns ilu- game first
We have predw
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Introduced? We have precise snd
Incontrovertible Information concerning the origin oi rugby and iis
gradual evolution through various
stages of progression, hut the
liirlh and development of "soccer"
Minis wrapped In the misis of
obscurity.  Certain it is, however,
lhat aMOClatlOn footabll was played
ill a very reinole age���at a much
earlier    period,    indeed,    ihaii    is
mentioned In modern treatises on
the game.
H    K   K
Frolssart makes mention of football somewhere in his writings
ami li*.* others ii has been asserted
thai the Vikings exulted In chasing
the    pigskin.      The    Jews    never
liked pork in any shape, consequently they inusl have had an
Insuperable aversion to any game
Involving the use of any pari,
or portion,  in  Whatever dress or
guise ol ihis abhorrent animal,
���    X   ���
(inning down io the fourteenth
century.  WO  have  important   and
Irrefragable Information. Ai ihis
period we see the game flourishing
in Scotland inu human cranium*
account of that Implacable hostility
and   predatory   warfare   between
the scotch and  English  in  the
middle ages, relates as follows:
n  n  n
"In    a    fierce   encounter   near
Melt-OSS   lhe   English   under   the
command of Musgrave, governor
of Berwick, were defeated liy ilu*
Earl of Douglas.    The battle was
decided by the personal exertion
of Ardchlbald Douglas, who wielding wiih ease a sword which al
ordinary man could hardly lift.
broke the English ranks wiih lhe
fury of his blows. . . Their
(the Scols) rapine was now greater
and greedier than usual; for even
swine, which ihey used formerly
to spare or neglect, ditl nol escape
ihem; and there were instances
of their driving off forty thousand
head  of booty  iu  a  successful
inroad. They are said lo have
amused lliemselvcs by playing at
football with lhe heads of lhe
Strange thai ihey should have
preferred human skulls when, having, as the historian says, carried
olT large herds of swine, there
was so much football material
Sportsmen are looking forward
lo   the   forthcoming   visit    lo   die
coasl of ihe Gotch-mahmout combination.   The former, of course
were preferred  to a leathern  foot-lis tlie world's wrestling champion
ball.     Sir   Walter   Scott    in   his| Mahmout   also   is   a  capable   ex
ponent of du- art, being powerful
enough to bring out the fine points
of   his   famous   traveling   partner
in the exhibitions in which they are
appearing. Al present lhe party
is in lhe middle West, and is bound
Wesl as fast as nightly slops at
different centres will permit.
Arrangements  have been  made
for entertainments at Seattle, Bellingham and Vancouver, a jump
being made from  lhe latter point
io Calgary.  At tin- Terminal City
Chit Mclnyire, physical director
of the Vancouver Athletic club,
who is a splendid athlete when it
comes to mixing it on lhe mat,
will lake the champion on. Gotch
has undertaken to throw Mclnyire three times in an hour
and the Scot has promised that
the title holder is going to have
Considerable   trouble   in   tarrying
out the contract.
n  n  n
Alfred De (>ro, the Cuban, scored
a   sensational   victory  over  John
Daly al  New York for the three
cushion billiard championship, defeating   the  former   titleholdcr  in
the last block of points by a score
of "ill to 46.    The total for three
night's   play   was   De   Oro   150,
Daly   L48.     At  one   time during
the game Daly held an  11 point
advantage,   hut   De   Oro   played
brilliantly thereafter and won the
game in the 123rd inning.
Read The Daily News THE DAILY NEWS
Dr. N. McNeil Appointed Medical Health Officer for the
Public School. Janitor's Salary Raised. Use of School
Building by Outside Organisers Vetoed.
Dr. Nell McNeil has been appointed Medical Health Inspector
for the Public School of Prince
Rupert at a salary of 126 per
month, His Unties will be to keep
a watchful eye upon the pgyslcal
condition of ilu- pupils generally
according in ilu* latest edu atlonal
ideas ami in report anil act upon
any cases of detective sight, hearing, or other physical imperfections
found liable to Impair the child's
aptitude nr Ileal lh at school. Physical examination of the children
will he held periodically.
li h.ul lieen at first intended to
appoint Ur. J. 0. Reddie, medical
health officer of the city ,to undertake this work, but as Dr. Reddle
pointed out to the School Board
al their meeting yesterday he
as city officer is liable to have
cases of infectious illness to attend
to at any time when he could
nut perforin his school duties.
A raise of ."?lo per month making
his salary S'JO was granted the
janitor, the raise in take effect
from November Isl. Ccr.cral accounts of the janitor's efficiency
were given by lhe headmaster whn
was present at yesterday's School
Board meet ing.
The monthly pay roll amounting
to S815 was passed ai>o minor
accounts just ecxeedir.g $100.
Three coai tenders each nf ���J'J.oll
per ton were received from Messrs.
Lindsay, Rogers & Black, and the
L'nion Transfer Co. respectively.
Messrs. Lindsay will be asked io
deliver tin- November supply, and
Messrs. Rogers & Bl-Ck ihe December supply of coal for the
school if these linns are agreeable
to supply a month's coal at the
rate quoted.
App.lcatlons for teacherships
were received from two ladies,
.Miss Robinson and Miss Mackenzie. They were tiled, the clerk
being instructed to inform the
ladies that there is no vacancy in
sight at present.
Principal Hunter mentioned that
a lady connected with one of the
churches, he thought, was drilling
some of ihe younger children in
a  Maypole  Dance  in  the school
basement.    He mentioned this in
cast- the Board had any objection.
The Board had objection   to the
extent   that   they   wished   those
desiring to use the school bui,ding
in this way to seek permission by
application to themselves in proper
course.     They agreed that to establish  any   precedent   in   giving
the   use   of   the   building   India
crimlnately would be unwise.
Principal Hunter reported that
school affairs are in general, very
satisfactory there being at least
270 scholars in attendance now.
Classes are not yet overcrowded,
but those of the teachers edut ating
the younger pupils are likely to
be so in the new year, and pro-
vision to meet this musl be made
before long.
(Continued from Page One)
some time, and suggested that a
Government appointed manager
of the wharf would constitute a
practical means of managing .the
undertaking satisfactorily.
Commission Again
Mr. D. G. Stewart suggested a
commission to have absolute control of the wharf. The Mayor
thought that a single manager���
call him a commissioner if you
like���would do the work fully as
well as a commission.
Mayor Gibson remarked that
if the concern were going to pay
then the city wanted it. If not,
then they better let the Government experiment with Government money.   (Laughter).
He thought the Government
Could quite well fix the rates,
and one man appointed to run the
concern free of the usual Government red tape would satisfy the
people of Prince Rupert.
To be Big Job
Mr. Foster expressed thc idea
lhat lhe man pul in charge would
need to be given considerable
authority. He would require to
be a man of considerable authoirty
���a man big enough for thc job
which would be a big one. The
adjustment of claims of various
kii ds for instance was a matter
demanding the greatest possible
judgment and authority.
Suggested a Resolution
Al this point Mr. Foster put
it to the meeting that his impression now was that they were
opposed to any leasing of the
Government wharf. "Is this so?"
he asked. "If so I should likt
ii pin in the form nf a resolution."
Mr. D. G. Suwart put the
mailer in the form of a resn-
luiinn: "That this gathering of
representative citizens of Prince
Rupert is opposed to any leasing
nf the Goveri ment wharf." Cy
Peck seconded the motion which
the Mayor put to the meeting.
It was unanimously carried.
.Mr. Foster noted the emphatic
expression of the resolution and
stated that this was exactly lhe
class of information he wished to
carry to Victoria. The question
now came to be that of the suggested management of thw wharf.
Board of Appeal
To have a Board of Final Appeal
in Prir.ce Rupert, which would
settle disputes, was an idea which
Mayor Gibson declared would suit
most citizens.
The idea that the wharf once
in good working order would not
be a cut throat competitor to the
G. T. P. was expressed, and it was
suggested that the end would
Ih- in steamers calling at both
wharves. Mr. Rogers agreed lhat
this would be so at least with
carload lots of freight.
Aid. Hilditch's Idea
Alderman Hilditch made the
suggestion that the city should
run the wharf paying ihe Governmeni 3 1-2 per cent on thc capital
outlay and taking all profits above
this. In the event of loss the
Government to share this with the
city.   (Laughter).
This Mr. Foster agreed might
be considered but the interests of
the people of the province must
be taken into consideration too.
"The News" Classified Ads.
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The Insurance People
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.- Houses and Rentals.
This concluded the business of
the meeting which then accorded
a hearty vote of thanks to the
Deputy -Minister for his Visit and
the 1 rouble taken to get in touch
with the situation.
Mr. Foster's Compliments
In his reply Mr. Foster in
happy terms referred to the beauties of the city especially in the
wonderful Weather he had experienced, and to the courage and
efficiency snown by the citizens
especially as regards public works.
"1 do noi think you yet realise
ihe tremendous possibilities of your
cily," he said, "ll is not a city
of a few thousand inhabitants, but
the gateway of the enormously
wealth)' district of Northern B. C.
and Aiberta and will be one of
the largest cities in British Columbia."
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For Rent
Furnished rooma with bath. Kin'dul rates by
tho week.   Talbot Houae. n-'-tf
Neatly Furnlahed rooms, gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Haj.'slic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms, Mra. llmnwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
Furnished cottaire on Borden St. Two rooms and
kitchen.   Apply at McClym���nt'��. 3rd Avo.   t-f
For Kent-Furnlahed roomi. Hot and cold water
with bath. Dlirby Rooma. i.tli Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hall, S19 2nd'Ave��� for
Dances. Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A F.llis. Box 869 or phone 68. ltHt-tf
For Sale
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storry house, household Roods. Near Prinoe Rupert, A snap If
Uken at once.   Address Box 3ii8. tf
Become Smaller Sort of Bkeena
Xi'M Bummer.
Ii Ifl evident (hut there Is lo be
extensive development done by lhe
Naas River district lu lhe spring of
next year. Firms supplying engineers
for river boats are already being approached regarding installations for
new bir.xxm. I'omeniplaied, one of ihe
latest being a gasoline driven sluil-
Imv-drauglu vessH nn the same lines
as thc Hazelton, only about forty to
fifty feet long. A proposal to have
this boat built either us a funnel boat
or a sternwhcelor Is under discussion
by a small group Intending to gel
hold of some of the business that Is
certain to be profitable for suitable
boats making Naas trips next year.
GROWS xkst nti-im: kxukd
I.. M. Sllvi-Mt-r, .Isslslnnl OenewJ
Aluiingi-r of I.innl,j .Mini's, on Way
lo lliip.n Receives Information by
Picker Her up Disabled with the
North   Bend   in   Tow,   and Want Govt* Administration
Takes Them Both to Safety.       S"nlV g****'** opinions were cx-
  pressed [Ollowing this motion, and
The Prince George brought  ini'"1'H'K matters to a head Mayor
word  this morning of the break-! ,���'}>���""  Put  ������������-' following motion
down of the Vancouver tug EscortL���' this -?�����'''"is" approves the
near Safety Cove.    The tug had| S?^_^__L_5,___,,_._??' *__!_:_
the hulk North  Bend in  tow at
the   lime.    The  disabled   steamer
held been picked up by the  Hen
rie He which had taken the North
Bend in tow in Alert Bay where
she will anchor.
The Henriette had arranged to
return and take the tug in tow to
Vancouver. The spectacle of the
Henriette bringing the Escort in
tow   inio   Vancouver   ought   to
provide   the   waterfront   loungers
wiih hilarity for some time too,inc.
New Organisation F-airli baanched
iiiel  Will Occupy Spurious ffnil mi
Second Avenue.
Quite quietly during the past ten
days the young men of Hie Anglican
Church have lieen organizing an nlh-
leiii' chili and last night arrange-
netilB were made by Which the club
hall have the use of Hie building
ui BeCODd Avenue formerly occupied
y    .Messrs.    Klexman    &    Brown's,
hlrli  Is suitable for a gymnasium,
'onlglil the y.iiing men interested In
his  club  will   meet  there  to   iniikr
Innl nrrangi nu-iits.
Amongst Hi,' lending spirits In the
rgnnlznlinn   of   I lie   iltib   wire   the
t' v  w. Jamss, Mr. Gamble, Mr. \v.
���-*.   Fisher,   V.   K.   Long   untl   \v.   II.
."ii-kcrs. These constitute the committee responsible fur the initial ar-
rsnsemenU In ths lautielilng of a
'lul.   wlilt-li   nlreacly   numbers   about
isventy promised member and i�� nt-
laln of great miiTem- tills wlnlei
W. Reams was a passenger by the
George today.
I am against the city's having
anything to do with this," he
said. "The council has enough
in tin." I). G. Stewart seconded.
The motion was put by Mayor
Manson promptly and as promptly
carried Without a dissentient voice.
Reconsidered the Motion
After a pause Alderman Newion
arose and said the motion had
been put rather hurriedly and
suggested reconsideration. A. J.
Morris was of similar mind and
Major Gibson himself moved reconsideration of the motion remarking, however, that his own
mind was made up about it. The
reconsideration resulted in a little
support for Alderman Newton's
amendment that the Government
appoint a commission to discuss
thc city's taking charge of thc
wharf which, however, was lost.
Major Gibson's original morion
again carried by majority on a
show of hands.
Three Commissioners
The idea wa.s mooted by several
minds that there should be a
Commission on which the city
should have representation and
which the wharf manager could
consult in matters requiring joint
mind judgment.
This  was   put   into   a   definite
motion   by   Cy   Peck: "That
the Covu iiint-nt appoint a commission of say three on which
the cily shall have representation
which shall act with thc wharfinger." This which Mr. Foster
called "an advisory committee,"
was a suggestion which thc Deputy
Minister appreciated. The motion
was carried.
I*' M. Silvester, assistant general
manager of the Oranby company,
arrived by the Prince lieorge this
morning straight from New York
without delay at any stage of the
Mr. Silvester was on bis way to
Goose Bay to Inspect thc development
work in Its present advanced stage
and decide on the lines of future
"Is It decided definitely that you
will have the smelter at Goose Bay?"
asked The News.
"Yes; we are fairly well settled
on lhat polnnt," said Mr. Silvester.
No outstanding scheme Is on the
programme for immediate development of the Grnnby company's Goose
Bay mine, but Mr. Silvester men-
llonel In passing lhal he had Just
had a wire from lhe Crow'B Nest Pass
Informing him that tho coal miners'
strike there  was ended.
George This Morning.
About fifty first class nnd thirty
or forty detk passengers arrived by
the I'rlnce George this morn' ,; from
the south. This is the George's last
trip for the season. On Monday she
pulls out for her annual lay-up. She
was sharp on lime today.
OUR Companlea are noted for prompt and juat
settlements. We write every known claaa of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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Stenentrapher Wanted-Apply Box 1(31 tf
Wanted Nuralns. Obatectrirs a specialty.
Residence 829 Third Ave.   Phone IIS Red. tf
Wanted��� Two young men to board and room in
Rrivate boanllnir houae.   Apply at box S . Dally
lews. 2��i.tf
Wanted rlrl for ireneral housework. Small family. Apply lo Mrs. N. F. Il.-lm.-r. 6th Ave., and
Mcllride SL   Telephone Si*. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
and repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
ealle.1 for and delivered. Mrs Charles Perehrr.
820 Third Ave.   Phone MM, tf
LIVE AGENTS to sell stock In Company Incorporating for Patent Brick which will revolution*
ite irn-y.-rri building construction. Approved
and highly recommended by leading architects
and builders In Vancouver. Will realise big
dividends. Liberal commission. Only responsible parlies need aoply. Smith & Hewers. 312
l-cnder St. Wesl, Vancouver. B.C St
Lost and
ind Found
Ft tl-Mi- -.-Small Key..   Inquire at Newa Olllce.
Loat��� Ladles' watch In bracelet.   Reward bv returning to Newa ofllce. If
Exchanged  by mlatake*-'* Currie"  Waterproof
Coat for one exactly almllar but with plumb
bub In the pocket,
ed at News Ulllce.
Re-exchange can be alTecl*
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Real Estate
W III buy lou In Prince Rupert at bargain prices
for caah. Apply P. J. Box SG0 alating location,
price, etc. SJl-tf
Want to buy two lou In Prince Rupert. Glere
full Information aa lo price, terma and location
to P.O. Box tl* 24.1-24;
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Business Chances
he moment is opportune and the futureaasured.
Mainly caah, but If with capital lo carry settlers
till Spring in some cases, almcat a monopoly of
a large tributary territory can be aeeured. Best
corner lot f ISO to build, or store would be erected and rented. Pnst olllce will be secured. Address immediately I" o. Box 2, Prince Rupert.
Will buy a aun-e In good location,    state full In-
formal i in to box ��1��. ttt-Ut
Notice to Orangemen
All Orangemen are Invited to attend a meeting
In the Sons of England Hall. Second Avenue, on
r riday evening. Nov. 3rd. at S p.m.
It,i.,,,.-..   i -- uke .i.. . to organise a lodge.
We carry everything in the feed line, also garden seeds at thr lowest market prices, at Cllarta
olg Fted Store. Market Place
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or Ml
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
Captain and Mrs. Mosler arrived
this morning by the Prince George
from Vancouver.
Our optical department is now
in charge of our Mr. Stevens,
Sight Specialist of fifteen
years experience in the largest cities in the East. Eye
examinations made by the
most scientific antl up-to-date
method. Headache, tired,
sore and inflamed eyes corrected by our special ground
Ifiisi-s. We guarantee you
satisfaction in every respect,
Toric Lenses, Invisible finger
Mounts always In  stock. . .
���REMEMBER   THE   PLACE���      ���
r. w.cameron. "snaAap
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Auction   Sal*
NOTICE It hereby given that Jame* Hagfpriy,
hM retaken poawwdon of Lot Seventeen (1 ���>.
Hlock Twenty-four (241. Section One (11, Tow no It*
of Prince Hupert, under and hy virtue of power*
contained In leaae from him to James Donahue,
Arthur Murray and John Armttrong.
aald James Haggerty will aell hy public auction
the buildings erect***! by the I_��teee* upon the
aald premium, Mfd sale to be held at Princ* Hupert,
B. C.. on the flr��t day of November, A. D.. ft 11,
et three o'clock In the afternoon upon the aforesaid
G. T. P. Transfer Agenla
Order* promptly AIM.   Pricea reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. Roeheftar. Centra Ht    Phon* M.
One lot, Block 5, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price 82100, 81000 casli
balance 6-12 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price S2500,
$1000 casli, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1,
Park Avenue. Price $5000, one-
fourth cash, balance 0-12-18
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, fine
view with two fronts, Sixth
Avenue and Seventh Avenue.
Price $1305, $800 cash, balance
One lot, Block 9, Section 5, Sixth
Avenue. Price 81525, $705 cash,
balance 0-12-18 months,
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Fifth
Avenue. Price 81500, 8300 casli,
balance 3-0-12 months.
Two lots, Block 22, Section 7,
Sixth Avenue, Price 8000, one-
half cash, balance 825 per month,
One lot, Block 15, Scclion 7, two
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove, with house 32 x 20.
Price $2025.
One half of lot 13, Block 40,
Section 7, fronting Ninth Avenue. Price $100, S200 cash,
balance S25 per month.
Lots 19-20, Biock 4, Section 8,
corner Ninth .Avenue. Price
$800, one-fourth cash, balance
0-12-18 month.
Lots 9-10, Block 10, Section 8,
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each,
one-third cash, balance 3-0
75 x 100 feet on Third Avenue,
Level.   Good lease.
Stores on Second Avenue.
$10  down   and   810  per  month
buys a lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
On and alter October 27th I will ss:sin have
charge ol the Shoe Repairing Shop un Facond
avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets,
e-rrupied lor aom* time by Ludwlc Sirublc. 1
will be pleased to see all my old customers and
Iriends, or any new onesa lhat Icel like living
my work a trial.
I wilt a* In the put three and a,hall sn,, I
h*v* been In btialnsaa in Princ* Ruperl, try to
Ctve satislaction-
Nothing but lh* beat materials will be used and
reasonable pricea charged.
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind ui
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comfort
ers and have put them on sale at the low price of {*] ���><;
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the ~\i* Elder,
down, also blankets and bedding in large quantities   i   ���
-I   WHERE   iVE   SELL   I-
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches.   Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case (Jooils
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,   Baby  Buggies,
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
aud  all  kinds of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Teapots, Beanpots, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters ami a
complete line of Enamel  Ware.
For the
Dining Room    Furniture of all  kinds.     Cutlery,   French
English China  in sets or by  the piece.
Miscellaneous Goods
every description,
Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, thc famous Oitermoor
Maltreat, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for framing, Hb'x-18 down; Jardiniers, Vases, Bar Glasses of
Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all  kinds.
2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 62
raoNK KI
r.o. *o> mm
R-tartt**. Storm** and  FWwanJInff An-nta.   For
it **t* or Motor Car day or nltfht
Stvtnth Are and Fulton
.-i f-.-i.il Land Dlitrict���DUtricl of Queen Charlotte
Tak* notico that thirty dayi from dato, 1, C. K.
Uainter o( Princu Rupert, u. C, by occupation
bookkoaper, intend to apply to lha Chief Commlaaioner of Landa for a licence to pro��pecl for
coal and |��*truleum on and under ' in acrea of
land on Uraham laland described aa followa:
Commandng at a poll planted otiu milo north
of C. I ��� H. Coal Leaae No. IU, markod C. 1- H.
Coal Leaae No. 15. tbence nortii t>0 chaina, thenoa
woat mi chaina. inence aoutb til) chaina, thenot
������*���.( m�� chaina to placa of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11, it'll. C. K. UAINTLK, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Land Dlitrict��� DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
Take nouce that thirty daya from date. 1, & c.
Hainter of Princu Kupert, li. C, by occupallon
bookkeep-er. Intend to apply to tho Chief Com-
ii.iv-i-.Mn r of Landa fur a licence lo prwpeci fur
coal and jwlroleum on and under mu acrei ul
land on Graham liland deacribed aa foltowi:
Commancina at a pott planted two milea nortb
of C. ��. 11. Coal Loaae No. 10, marked N. I..
corner C. K. H. Coal Lena No. 16, thenco aoutb
M) fi.uin-*. thence weat M) chaina, thenco nortb
aO ehalna, tbence eaat 60 chaina to placo of commencement.
Dated Sept, 11, 1911.    C. E. hAlNTLK. Locator
lub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Land DUlrict��� DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Tak* notice that ihirty da>a from date, 1, C. K
Ilainier of I'rince Hupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inland to apply to tho Chief Com-
miaaioner of Landa for a licenc* to protpect for
coal and pcirolaum oo and undar *���**���* acre* of
land on Craham laland doacribod aa followa:
Commencing at a poat plantad two milea north
of i". K. B. Coal l,<ui- No. 14, marked N. K.
corner C. ��. II. Coal Leaae No IT, thonce aouth
Nijcti-iti**-. thenc* weal 60 cbaina, thence north 60
chaina, thence eaat 60 chaina to place uf com-
Dated SepL 11, 1911.    ('. E. BAINTEK, Locator
Puh. Srpi. 23.
Skaena Um! DUtricl--DUtricl of Quoen Charlotte
lake notice that thirty daya from dale, I, C. E
Uainter uf Princ* Hupert, 11, <"., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chief Commiaaioner of Landi for a Licence to proapect for
coal and petruleum oo and under 640 acna of
land on Craham laland daacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poit planted two miloi north
��� ( C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 12, markod N. W.
corner C. E. It. Coal Leaao No. 18, thence aouth
60 chaini, thenco eaat 60 chaina, thenco north 60
chaina, tbenc* w*at 60 chaina to plac* of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Queon Charlotte
Tak* nolice that thirty dayi afler data, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rince Kupert, it. C., by occupation
i'.*-'kkf-|i��-r. intend to tpply to th* Chief Com-
mtMioner of Landa for a licenco to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acre, ol    eoal and petroleum oa and un,ler oil) sens
l-i    .1    ���,������    1      .    , .      . ...      I      I   ....I    A .-..I I    --    aT.il    ... a . ..   '   I .     . ���      . .1    _   s    _        #    It     ..
land on Craham liland described ai followi:
Commencing at a poat plantad two milea north
of C. E. U. Coal Uaae No. 13, marked S. W.
corner <'. I... H. Coal Leaae No. 19, ihence north
60 chaina, thenc* eaat 60 chaini, tbenc* aouth 60
ehalna, tbenc* weat 80 cliaina to plac* of commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Phone 301   Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Chirlotu
Take notico thai thirty daya from date, I, C. E,
Huinter of I'rinco Hupert, li. C, hy orcu|ituoa
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to tin* ChW Cun-
minioner of Landa for a licenco to prospect tot
coal and petroleum on and under 6IU _cn? uf l_&d
on Craham liland deacribed aa fotlowi:
Commencini; at a poat planted two milus nortii
of C. E. H. Cool Laaw No. 14, markad 8- -���'.
corner C. E. U. Coal Leaao No. 20, thence norU
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, thenn* M>uth M
chaina, thonco eaat 80 chaini to place of coat
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Lowtot
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Chirlotu
Take notice that thirty dayi after dite. I, C. ��.
Uainter of Prince Hupert, U. C, by occupitioo
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the (.'hicf Com*
miaiiunur uf Landa for a licenc* to pru>pect lor
coal and pelroleum on and under t>U> -ens ol
land on Craham laland doacribed ai i,* .   ���
Commencing at a poit planted twu ni.lt- oortb
of C. E. B, Coal Leaao No. 16, marked S. K.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, Umm nurth
60 chalm, thence weat 60 chaini, thence tuuth 90
chaina, thence eaal 60 chaina to place ol ccm-
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTEll. Locator
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Chirlotu
Take nutice that thirty daya from dute, I. C- ll
Uainter of Prince Kupert, B. C, by occupitioa
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Com-
miailonor of Lands for a licence to pro��pcct (or
coat and petroleum on and under NO ww of
oland on Craham laland deacribed as fulluwi:
Commencing at a poat planted two mi'v* nortb
of C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. lti, markel N- &
comer C. E. U. Coal Leaao No. 22, thence aoutb
80 chaina, thenca weat 80 chaini, thence nortb n��
chaina, thenco eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C. E. UAINTER. Locator
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Chirlotu
Tak* notico lhat thirty dayi from datr, I, C- &
Uainter of Prineo Rupert, B. C, by occupatioa
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Cbm Com*
minioner of Landa for a licence to pMpMt '��{
coal and petroloum on and under -10 cirei of
land on Craham laland described ai followi:
Commencing at a poat planted two m.le. north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao No 17, marked N. I-
corner C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 2.1 thence m"U
80 rhaina, thenco weat 60 chaini, Ounce nortb
60 chaini, thonco eait 80 chaini lo place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locilor
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Taka notice that thirty dayi from dite, 1, C ���-
Hainter of Brine* Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to tho ChM Com-
miwioner of Landi for a licenco to U    ***��� 'ot.
���--- of
land on Craham Island described aa follow..
Commencing at a poat planted two m nortb
Tlal.n north*e.t toinei Coa! Leue 4lti(. marked
C. E. H. Cohl Lease No. 29, t-.cnc^ ��>ui*' W rhslns,
thenc* weit 80 chaini, thence north N chain*.
tSi-nee eait 60 cUIns tj point o! fcmnn nrtir.fnl:
f->n*alnlng 640 acres mora or low. __,-���
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C.  E. HAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
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Per Cent, to
Build This
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Per Cent, to
Build This
Let us loan you the money to buy or build a house or pay off a morttratre
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver B. C.
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