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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL.11.  NO. 236
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, October 16, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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F CONNAUGHT
CANADA GIVES A ROYAL WELCOME
TO HER NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL
Duke of Conn aught's Arrival ia Made the Occasion for a Great Ceremony   at
Ottawa���National Societies, Cabinet Ministers and the High Court
Judges Were Represented���Ottawa People Made the
Day a Holiday for Themselves
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 16.���Ottawa turn-
til out ia its numbers on Saturday
afternoon ar.d evening ar.d did
honor to the new Governor General, the Duke of Connaught and
his suite who arrived by special
irum soon after two o'clock.
The King's Uncle
Ottawa h.is had many Governor
Generals before, but not of Royal
birth, and the coming of the
ur.cle of the King of England was
therefore made the occasion of
more than usually gorgeous ceremony. The weather was fine, and
tin* city was practically in holiday
,*u I ire and spirit. All classes of
citizens assembled at Parliament
Hill, and here witnessed thc grand
spectacles.
Addresses of Welcome
A feature of lhe welcome was
.ilTordi'd by the national societies
uf Canada, the St. George's So
ciety representing the English, the
St. Patrick's Society representing
the Irish, thc St. Andrew's Society
representing the Scotch, the St.
David's Society representing the
Welsh, and the St. Jean Baptiste
Society representing thc French-
Canadian peoples. Each of t he-
great national societies presented
thc Duke with a beautifully inscribed Illuminated address; testifying to their allegiance and
welcome.
Got to Work
Immediately after the imposing
ceremonies were over, and while
the rest of thc citizens were still
engaged in merry making, his
Excellency plunged at once into
work. Thc officials were i.i waiting
at Rideau Hall, and as soon as he
arrived, various official business
was at once proceeded with. This
included thc signing of the order-
in-council calling for ihe by-elec
tions in those dislricts whose rep*
resentalives have been elevated
to the Cabinet.
Cabinet were Present
Al the formal Welcome outside
the Parliament buildings there
were present on the platform all
the members of Mr. Borden's
Cabinet and many other distinguished personage.-, Including the
High Court Judges, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, and many members of
the late Cabinet
Monument to Humorist
Hannibal, Mo., Oct. 16.���Thc
Mark Twain monument commission ^amed by Governor Hadlcy
to select a site and erect a $10,000
monument in memory of tin* author
for the state of Missouri, has,
according lo announcement today,
chosen a site in. Kivi-rvit-w Park
here. The monument will overlook
the Mississippi River.
DEDICATED THE
NEW BUILDING
Rev. F. W. Kerr Preached First
Sermon in Presbyterian New
Hall Sunday.
Sunday morning saw the first
regular service held in the new
Presbyterian Church Hall on
Fourth avenue. Rev. F. W. Kerr
preached from an appropriate tcxi,
and there was a large attendance
of the congregation. The first
gathering held in the hall was
the banquet held there last week,
but the first religious service was
made the occasion for the dedication of thc hall as a place of
worship. Services will be held
there every Sunday morning from
now on, but the pastor will con-
linue to hold his evening service
in the Empress Theatre as the hall
is hardly large enough to hold
I lie evening audiences. Thc new
hall which was thc work of the
young men of thc congregation
i.ictng ia conjunction with the
capable contractors, Messrs. Mitchell, Currie and Watt, is a very
sub.itai.lial and convenient building for its purposes. It will be
used as a gymnasium for the
young lads during some evenings
iif the week this winter.
One of our specialties���stockings
for ladies and children-Wallace's.
EARL   GREYS   RIFLES
First Drill of Corps Held. Future Drills Each Wednesday
Now.
Earl Grey's Rifles held their
first drill for the season on Friday
night. Captain Stork in command, and there was a fine turn
out of the men. In future the
Corps will meel for drill on Wednesday nights instead of Fridays
as formerly. This arrangemeni
has been found more satisfactory.
Fortunes in Sharks
San Francisco, Ocl. 16.--For
tunes in the developments of the
shark-catching Industry await lhe
venturesome fisherman, according
to reports along the waterfront
here today. It is saitl that there
are vast hordes of sharks along
thc coasl, with ;��� ready market
for the skins, oil and fins in Chira.
The fins sell at 2.r> cents a pourd.
Some rare and beautiful things
in chinaware have arrived.   Ask
to see them al Wallace's. 2l
Weather Outside
Wireless reports today from Ikeda and Slddegatt show lhe Weather
to be fair though cloudy, with
smooth seas and light winds. Triangle Island reports sea rough and
weather cloud).
PRINCE RUPERT TO HAVE
SUPREME OHJRT IN FUTURE
Court Will Sit Here on November 30th to Hear Cases-
Civil Suits Will Be Tried Here-Does Not
Refer to Criminal Cases
The date set for the
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 16��� As a result
of an application made before Mr.
Justice Morrison in the Supreme
Court chambers this morning by
Mr. W. M. McKay, aciing on
behalf of the Provincial Attorney-
General's department, it will *-]<>*
be necessary henceforth for Supreme Court eases tO be brotighl
from Prince Rupert to Vancouver
for hearing.
An order was granted this morning by his Lordship for hearing
Supreme Court cases in the north
ern city-
opening   of   the   Suprime   ( oiiii
in  Prince Rup>ri is November
30, when some six or seven cases
will come up for hearing.
The.above decision does not
refer to criminal cases, which are
dealt with by the Attorncy-Get-
eral's department aid <����� '""
come within the Jurisdiction "f
the Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court. Prime Rupert has had
Supreme Court sitting! here on
two previous occasions.
REAL ESTATE SALES
Something for You to Judge
the Local Real Estate Market
by.
Among thc last two weeks'
sales of Messrs. McCaffery &
Giblions are the following:
Lots 6 and 7. Block 27, Section 1,
to Sheady & Stewart for $8000.
Lots 17 and 18, Block 31. Scclion
1, wiih house to J. Kiresch, Ka >-.>.*.
City, for $5500.
Lm 27, Block 35, Section 1, to
L. Conkie for $1800.
Lot 24, Block 35, Section 1,
lo E. T. Harlon for $000
Lot 30, Block 10, Section 1. to
D. Lu.ig for $1750.
Lot 15, with house, Block 27,
Section 5, to H. IC. Hudson for
$1250.
Lot 25, Block 28, Section .1. to
F. S.ilter for $650.
Lot 8, Block 9, Section 5. to S.
Long for $050.
Lot 0, Block ���!. Seclion ,*,, to
J. A. Smith. $1275.
Lot 10, Block 2. Si-riioii 0, lo
W. A. Ferguson, Walla Walla,
Washington, for $1500.
Lota 21 and 25, Block 7, Scclion
0, to P. J. Gibli-oiis for $2000.
Lots 15 and 16, Block 27,
Section 0, to E. P. Chalmers for
$1800.
Dismissed Case
The case of Thomas Murphy
charged with supplying li(|iior to
an Indian was today dismissed
by Ihe magistrate. The Indian
was fined ten dollars.
New   lot  of  very  pretty  cretonnes.���Wallace's. 2t
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game played yesterday
Philadelphia made three
runs, four hits and no errors. New York made one
run, five hits, three errors.
Thc batteries were Mar-
t|iiard and Meyers for Philadelphia, and Plank and
Thomas for the Giants.
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CHINESE HAIL
NEW REPUBLIC
Victoria Chinese Had the Re
publican   Flag   Ready,   and
Hoisted It in Honor of the
Revolution.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 10.���Thc local
Chinese here today raised the
tew flag of lhe Chinese republic
which was proclaimed on Thursday-
after lhe capture of Wu Chang
by the revolutionists. It has
white sun with short radiating
rays on a blue field. The local
Chinese are convinced the re
U-llie.il will lie successful.
POLICE SUSPENSION
Comr iissioners Have Talk Today. Return of Chief Vickers
Awaited.
Some sliglis. sensation existed
in (he cily this morning over the
rumored sudden suspension from
lhe ]!���'Iii i force of Constable McArthur who has lieen Hiking charge
in lhc aliscnce of Chief Vickers.
Asked about thc case today Com-
missioner Kirk|iatricksnid thc matter was held in abeyance until
Chief Vicker's return tonight, but
the constable was under temporary'
suspension. Acting Mayor Hilditch as chairman of thc police
cotnmlssion held a brief conference
with Comissioner Kirkpatrick on
the matter ihis mor ling, but the
decision io await the return of
Chief Vickers was adhered to,
and any charges to be laid or
other scdon lo I., lake i will
take place then. Constable McArthur himself dei hired thai .,-
far as hc could sec it, the only
charge lo Im- laid against him was
lhat he had been seen coming
from a resort on Comox avenue,
though the commissioners knew
that he was only executing his
duly by lieing there.
STARVING SAILORS REACH PORT
AFTER SUFFERINGJGREAT PRIVATION
Two  Terrible Tales of the Sea���Schooner Bender Bros, on Trip from  Nome to
Seattle Had Explosion in Her Gasoline Tanks���Schooner Nottingham
Dismasted and Waterlogged in Last Sunday's Gale���Starving
Crew Lived for Four Days in the Rigging
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Oct. 16.���Two terrible
tales of the sea antl iis hardships
came to light yesterday, when the
crews of the schooners Bender
Brothers and Nottingham came
into port. There were tlijriy-
seven of them, all suffering from
exposure antl starvation, while
two of Ihem arc severely burred
.ind require hospital treatment.
Voyage from Nome
The schooner Bender Bros, was
making lhc trip from Nome, Alaska. She is a gasoline driven craft.
All told she had twenty-five men
on Ixmrd. When but 160 miles
from Cape Flattery her gaaoline
lank exploded, cnVcloping the ship
in flames. After heroic efforts
the crew managed lo save themselves from being burned up at
sac, but the chief engineer and
Captain Knaflich were bully injured in thc flames.
Food Gave Out
The vessel was then entirely
dependent on her sails. After
terrible Buffering the men managed t��> navigate their craft in
the teeth of the gale, right into
port. The last few days were
made more terrible by the fact
tluit their food had given out.
They were iill in a starved condition when they reached Seattle.
Exposed Six Days
The men rescued from the
schooner Nottingham had undergone mi equally trying experience.
Their vessel which is owned by
ilu* Globe Navigation Company
had left Westport, Washington,
for Callao with a cargo of lumber.
All went well until they reached
ilu* Oregon coast hist Sunday and
;'. grcat gale rose.
Masts Carried Aaway
The gale carried masts and sails
away,  and almost  capsized  the
schooner, The water broke open
the hatches and poured in. and
the vessel became waterlogged.
She lay wallowing in the seas day-
after day. 11 wr.s impossible
for the men to stay on the decks,
as ihe furious sees broke over
them.
In Rigging Four Days
Captain Svcr.sor at d I'is eleven
men. were obliged lo clil g to the
shattered rigging for protection.
For four days ar.d rights they
survived, Buffering agonies from
the exposure. They were unable
to obtain any food, as their stores
were locked up inside the water
ftlltil vessel.
Rescued at Last
Ai last, driven northwards by
the gale, the men were picked up
by the schooner David Evans,
which cared for them and brought
tin in into port after their long
suffering-.
ACTOR MADE SPEECH
DEATH OF OLD-TIMER
Mr.  W.  S.  Van   Dyke  of  the Mr. T. C. Birnie Passed Away
Williams Co., Gives Address     This Month.    Pulpit Refer-
A man named P. J. O'Connor
ap|iearctl before Judge Young
this morning charged wiih having
stolen a canoe at Hazelton some
weeks ago. After hearing, he was
found guilty, but sentence wa-
deferred until this aficrnoor..
on Labor Organisation.
In thc Majestic Theatre which
was crowded last night, Mr. W. S.
Van Dyke of thc Dave Williams
Stock Company, now playing at
thc Empress, gave a popular address on 1-abor Organisation under
the auspices of lhc I. W. W.
branch in this city. Mr. J. Shaw
occupied lhc chair, and A. O.
Morse, organising secretary, look
a share in the t veiling's proceed
ings, ushering those who attended
lo their places. Mr. Van Dyke
is a personal friend of Mr.Morse,
both men holding strong views
regarding the organisation of labor
for the emancipation of the worker.
In his a<ldri-s last night, Mr.
Van Dyke laid emphasis on the
imperfections of organisation as
practised at present, and showed
how the efforts matlc by those
whose interests are opposed   to
those of lhe workers have Untied
lo disrupt antl rentier non-effective
iii.u y unions of workers by  the
insidious process of separating big
unions into smaller Individual
group-, thus enabling one union
io scab upon another Indirectly
nr i ven directly during  times of
lalior sirife. The remedy WHS,
of course, Universal union for the
wage*workers Irrespective of trade,
calling, class or training. Mr.
Van Dyke who is suffering from a
very -evere colli, sjioke well and
proved a popular exponent of his
convictions.
Children's sailor dresses al
Wallace's. 2t
ences Last Night
News reached the city lasi week
of ihe death of Mr. T. C. Birnie,
former   partner   of   thc   firm   of
Bir. ic   and   Macl.achl.in   in   ihis
ciiy, ar.d a well known old-timer
of Prince Ruperl.   Mr. Birnie left
ihis eiiy this spiing, and was then
in poor health.   He vvc.l to Niw
Westminster to pursue his business
cs a real eastte agent, ar.d was
awaiting the opening up of Port
Mann   interests when   his  health
grew worse.  His death was brought
about by the disorders induced
by  a     attack  of   typhoid   fiver
which seems lo have bu-ii impending for some time.
Deceased was a strong churchman, and no fewer than four
Bapiisi pos.ors etted as pull bear*
its .il   Ilis fui end at   New  West-
mi stt-r. Last .light in the Mclntyre H.dl Rev. W. II. McLeod
made  a   special   reference   to  the
late Mr. Birnie, a staunch member
of his church while in Rupert.
At lhe close of lhe service Mr.
Davey played the Dead March.
Deceased   leaves  two  daughters
,vd   iwo   sons   besides   a   widow,
Tiny were popular residents of
Ruperl in the early days.
FIND RICH GOLD
IN LABRADOR
Two Men in a Small Steamer
Who Went on Prospecting
Trip There Return with Some
Rich Samples.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
St. Johns. Nfid., Oct. 14.- What
is declared lo lie the richest
gold fi.'d since the days of scattered
pockets in California, was matlc
by two men who relumed today
in the small steamer Kile from a
voyage to northern Labrador and
Baffin Land.
The men, R. S. Rlmsley of
Ottawa, antl Richard While of
St. Johns, chartered lhc sieamer
three mouths ago, ostensibly for
a trading voyage. They returned
wiih live urns of mineral which
they declared al the customs house.
The mineral was enumerated as
gold   (piartz.   placer   gold,   iron,
mica, plumbago, porphry, dolomite, rhyolite, labradorite and
schist, 'im- member <>f the steam"
er's crew exhibited a three-ounce
nugget of almost virgin gold.
I'lll- men refuse I" discuss their
discoveries.
Two patroi sof tin* (lowing bowl
paid 'i'.eli live dollars and co-is
,il lhe bar of the po'icc court ihis
morning. They were no. "Id
niTcntlers an the! shall In* nameless.
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE REPORTED ASHORE
Popular C. P. R. Vessel Ran Aground at Noble  Island Last Night-The Princess
Royal Went to Her Assistance-No Details to Hand
Royal  will  nol   be in   to  Ruperl   Royal left her lasi night, and there
111,til late this evening. is good likelihood lhal lli<- Beatrice
By wireless message flashed to
thc Triangle Station the C. P. R.
Princess Royal last night lhe
Princess ButMriee is ashore at
Noble Island, hall way lietween
here and Vancouver. The Pi inn s*.
Royal stood by her last night, bui
proceetlctl on her way norlh passing
Pine Island at   11.30 p.m.    The
Only meagre details of the Princess Beatrice arc available nt the
time of writing. She is a wood
buHt boat, and capable of taking
a pretty severe grounding wiihoin
serious damage.  No apprehension
was felt for the safety of steamer,
cargo   or   passengers   whet   thc
will be got off easily.
Triangle   reported   rough   sets
with the news of ihe Beatrice
grounding, and there may be a
risk of the vessel's pounding herself into a worse position should
the weather grow worse.
NEW YORK GIANTS BEAT
THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONS
Leaders of the National  League Beat the Leaders of
the American League in an Exciting Game at
New York by 2-1   Bender Did Great Work
(Canadiai Pn ss Despatch)
New York, Oil.  16."   Before an
aiti i dance of forty thousand base.
\x,\\\ fans who shoiitul themselves
hoarse *.*.itli delight, ilu- New
York Giants, the champions of
ilu* National League, defeated the
Philadelphia Athletics, the champions of the American League and
holders of lhe title lo the world's
baseball championship. The gi'ine
WU   an   exciting   one,   ai'd   was
the   local   men,   who   owed   their
victory chiefly to Bender, iluir
pitcher, who suuck out eleven to
Matthewson's  five.    The  game
Was in doubt until lhe last minute.
The complete score wasi
New   York   GUmts;    2   nus,
5 hils, I) errors.
Philadelphia;   l   run, 6 hits,
2 errors.
The victory of the Giants caused
greal   elation   among   ibe   crowds
decided by ilu- ban- majority of |who witnessed the game
2 lo 1.
The   Philadelphia   team   otlthil |    Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4 . ..L^m"
THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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Other Countries���Dally, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New York-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle -Puget Sound News Co.
LONDON, Es-iiUND-Tlit* Cloutfher Syndicate. Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
BOBSCRIBBRS will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
FRED A. CLARKE
RETURNS TODAY
Young Man Honorably Acquitted from the Serious Charge
of Forgery will Remain in
Rupert.
Daily Edition.
Monday, Oct. 16
THE   MAYORS   RETIREMENT
The news conveyed by the Mayor's organ that he intends to
retire from municipal politics will occasion no surprise. The decision
w.i- i xpected. The Mayor has had ample opportunity timing the last
few weeks to survey the handwriting on the wall. The lesson has
not been lost on him.
At the time Mr. Manson announced his. intention to enter municipal politics, the News advised him to reconsider his decision. We
took the ground that no man could serve two masters���that it was
impossible for one man to be Mayor of Prince Rupert and member
for Skeena at the same time without sacrificing one or the other duty.
Events have proved that Mr. Manson has sacrificed each in turn.
And on top of all his difficulties, hits been thc added difficulty that
always confronts a politician who enters municipal affairs���the inability
IO keep politics out of the city business.
Now thiit Mr. Manson has decided to withdraw from municipal
affairs, ii would be a good opportunity for the best of the citizens
to agree together u> eliminate party politics from the city administration. .Mr. Maiison's friends might very well lead in this excellent
work. By inducing sonic cninpeieiit business man, disassociated from
boih political parties to sia.n.d for Mayor, by selecting aldermanic
candidates for their administrative ability instead of for their party
fidelity, they might -how ,m excellent example of civic patriotism,
that would do them honor.
There is om* thing Mr. Manson might do���ought to do���lo prove
his sincerity as a representative of Prince Rupert in the legislature.
He should introduce a bill in ihe legislature, giving Prince Rupert
thc power, whenever a majority of her cilizens so decide, to have
government by commission. Only in ihat way docs thc ultimate
hope of the city's best  interest lie.
Ai present wc arc under a strange tyranny. Even if every voter
in Prince Rupert wanted commission government, we could not have
it. Attorney-General Bowser for some reason struck his pen through
the modified demand of tlu- citizens thai they be allowed to appolnl
comptrollers. Until a special Act is passed giving us the right to
have comission government v\c cannot institute it.
The right of a community which has to supply the taxation,
to decide what form of local government it will have to administer
it, is so manifest as not to require argument. The first thing Mr.
Manson should do at Victoria when lhc legislature reopens is to bring
forward a bill giving to lhc city of Prince Rupert the elemental right
to choose what kind of civic government it shall have.
Frederick V. Clark, the young
Prince Rupert, and who wa.s honorably acquitted ai Vancouver
recently of the charge of forget)
laid against him, returned lo the
city by the C T. P. steamer
Priiice Allien this morning. Mr.
Clark is naturally relieved at the
result ul lhe trial. His acquittal
was ihe result of the closest possible
investigation of the handwriting
on the post office nior.cy order he
was supposed to have forged in.
the name of his friend Charles
Wormald, and BUingent examination, and cross examination under
which he answered all questions
unswervingly.
In his charge to the jury Mr.
Justice Murphy drew attention
to the straightforward demeanour
of the accused under examination,
ar.d to his undoubtedly first rate
character and reputation up to the
rime of his accusation. Counsel
had shown how easy it might be
to find similarities in handwriting
by different person-. If the jury
thought Clark guilty they would
be branding him one of the worst
types of criminal, a  man  who
would forge the name of his
friend. The young man's unblemished record did nol seem to
bear ihis out.
After twenty minutes consideration of ihe evidence, usli g strong
magnifying glasses upon the documents produced in connection
with the case lhe jury returned
their verdict, honorable acquitting
Clark. Mr. Clark will remain ir
Prince Rupert where he has many
friends.
PASSING   COMMENT
The Vancouver News Advertiser says that Prince Rupert has
expectations of becoming the second largest port on the British Columbian coast.
Not at all. Prince Rupert has expectations of making Vancouver
ilu  second largesi |xjrt on the British Columbian coast.
Tonight, Alderman Newton will have one more splendid opportunity to move that steps be taken to abolish the ward system. Watch
him lake advantage of ii.
There is one gootl thing to be said in favor of Alderman Newton.
Though slow to learn, he believes in copying good examples. Have
you noticed how he is remodelling Ilis newspaper to look like the
News���ai a. distance.
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. Davis
Boat House.
Dominion Fish Market
:   kulton and sixth avenue   :
Dealers In Fresh Fish,
Oysters and Game ln
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs    ....
PHONE 117
P.O. BOX 150
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel la run on the European
{-I-ii,.   Flmt-class aervice.   All tha Lateit Modern
mprovementa. -;-:- BEDS Me UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
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AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE     ...FOR RENT.
5-room  House on  Sth Ave., section 5.
Partly furnished, $22 a month
TO-NIGHT III! for_sale...
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King's Evidence
Lots 8 and 9,   hlock  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, hlock 26, sec. 5.     Easy  terms.
Lot 22, hlock 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, hlock 49, sec. 7. $350.   $50 cash
and $25 per month.
Fire, Life, Accident and Lability Insurance
-A clever Comedy-drama
JOHN DYBHAVN
���WILL HE PRODUCED WITH SPECIAL SCENERY BY���
The WILLIAMS STOCK Co.
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Skmnu Lanel lllilrlct -Qiit.l.e ���i n
Taku nulla, lhal ,lliir ��� ,����� SLSU!l,n CI""*>��1
Huliil,.- ,,( V,,n\2 Iliiii/rt �� c"",,"""* '��� ���*-��� K
bookkeeper,  intond t0' ���,, ,ly'l(, "., '\ *WP��Uoo
niUMui-w ol Land, (or J'*1^1'" ' ' Cam.
cou and potroloum on ��TS?dM ififf'ES lu*
land on Uraham laland doscril,",",,,,, 11,','"r" <������
nt'cTT1?**  IV  P0St  l'**""-"*  "  *      ,i���  1,   r.l
?' 1, " h%��*l u'lu"> No. in, murk.. 1p , " ''
gJS '-f"".1^0* *���*, UMBO, north 80 ,I \ '���,"*
wuat HO chains,  thonco itmith xn .k_��    ��� tP***10l
MM* miiT'eltiZ :'!;;��� *����� '��
Rflatf,,,n ft���flflSu__,
Skaena Laml Dlalrlct���DUtricl ot ll,,..,,,,, ,    ,
Tako notln, thai thirty day. to, 'i'''''"'1
Haintor ot I'rinco llupert   il   c    I,, '*���
bookkoopor, intond to apply't��� 'il,,.',',"'',.':',;""'
missioner ol Land, lor J lice,,,*,-    , p.V:,,,"!"-
ooal and potroloum on uml ui r ifi    ,'      '"
land on Graham laland doacribed u, f, ��� ,' "" "<
Commonclng at a post plunn-l t��-��� ,������,., ������_.
ol t. h. U. Coal Uaso N,i. 10. iimrk'i\- ' '
corner C. K. 11. (-,,,1 i.,.��������� is.* ',," ' ' _ *���
80 chain,, thonco woat K ch�� ,,, '       .'. "��*
ru^r-*1.1,1911'    C-E-*iA'NTLIl,l-,ca,o,
Skeena Und Dlatrict-Dlatrlct eit Qu,���n Ckaitai.
���JS noli��� that thirty day, [��������� ,,���,,, - *g ***
Uaintor ol I'rlnce Ituperl, II. I*., by ���,,:.,
bookkeeper. Intond to apply t��� U,,,1,-' i - '     ���,.
missioner ol Landa lor a licenco to pr,,., ,    .
coal and petroleum on ami unda, ,'iei 2,21,
land on liraham laland doicribod a. follow.*
Commonclng at a post planled two mllea north
ot C. E. Ii. Coal Leaae No. 14, markad V v*
cornor C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. n U-anee ___
80 chain., thenco woat 80 chain., lli,���0,- north 15
chaina, tbence oaat 80 chaina to placa e,l ,*onV
moncoment.
Sh1iSsi,,Wl1-    C-EUAINTl.K.U��o,
Skoona Und Dlatrlcl���DUtrict ol Quean Charloita
Take notico that thirty daya trom elale- 1 l* K
Balnier ol Prince Kupert. II. C, by occupation
bookkoepor. intend to apply to tliu lliief i ���-,,'
miaaiont-r ot Unda lor a Llconce lo proeprMt ������,
coal and petroleum on and under OIU ucreie ol
laael on Uraham laland deacribed a. lollows:
Commencing al a poat planted two milo. north
ol C. E. H. Coal Loaao No. 1*2, mark.al -. -,
corner C. E. II. Coal Leaao No. 18, th.-iic, -nuih
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina, ihenco until vj
chaina, thenco woat 80 chaina to placu ol Mm.
moncoment.
Datod Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Ucaior
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtrict ol gn,,   Churlotte
Tako notioe that thirty days alter dale, 1, C.
Uainter ol Prince llupert, U. C, by occupaiba
bookkoepor, Intend to apply to tho Cln.-I Cum-
miaaioner ol Unda lor a licenco to prepm f���r
coal and petroleum on and under 010 iicn, ej[
land on Graham laland deacribed aa follow.:
fentiniciicitij* at a poat ptanted twu mil,**, north
ol C. E. 11. Coal Leaae No. 13, martVal S, W.
corner C. E, B. Coal Leaao No. 19, thane, nonh
80 chaina, Ihence eaat 80 chaina, thonn, auuth ���
chaina, thonco weat 80 chaina to place ul cum-
mencemont.
Daled Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Lector
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUlrict ol Queen Oitirlotu
Take notice that thirty day, from dute. 1, r. h.
Hainter of Prince Hupert, II. C, by uccupatiun
bookkoepor, intend to apply to lhe Chu-t Commiaaioner ol Unda for a licenco to pro.pe*rt lur
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acre-*, ul land
on Uraham laland deaeribod aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two mil,*, north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaao No. 14, markeal S. V.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. 20, ibence nurth
80 chaina, thenco weat 80 chaina. thenn* .-���uth ail
chaina. tnence eaat 80 chaina to placo ut cum-
mencement-
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTi-.lt, I
I'ub. Sept, 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict of Queen Cliariult.
Taka notice that thirty daya altor ,1.,- . I, C li.
Hainter ol Prineo Itupert, 11. C, by -> ..paiion
bookkn*per, intend to apply to the Cl���.-[ Commiaaioner ol Landa lor a liconco to pruapect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 64u acre, ul
land on Graham laland doacribed aa lollo*..:
Commencing at a poat planted two m.l.-. north
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. It, mark,*,! *- K.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, thene-,- north
80 chaina. thenco weat 80 chaina, t rt,-:... auuth Ml
chaina, thenco oaat 80 chaina to placo ,,( com-
mcnn.rnont.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen C'liarlulte
Take notice that thirty daya Irom dale-. 1. C.
Uainter of Prinoe Kupert, II. C, by uccupatiun
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to thu Cliiui CommUaioner ol Unda for a licence to pru-[��*ct fur
coal and petroleum on and under till! acres ut
oland on Graham laland doacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two ml'.*, north
, I C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 16, market N. B.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. 22, tliuncu auuth
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, thenn- north Ml
chaina, thonce eaat 80 chaina to placu uf commencement.
DatedSept. 12. 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH. Ucator
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotto
Take notice tbat thirty daya Irom date*, '., C. .
Bainter of Prince Kupert, II C-, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chiuf Commiaaioner ot Landa lor a liconco to prus,.,*e*t lur
coal and petroleum on and undor bJU care, ot
land on Graham laland deacrlbod aa follow.:
Commencing at a poat planted two t-nili*. north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao No 17, mark.al N.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 23 thuncu .uulh
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, thencu nurth
30 chaina, thonco eaat 80 chaina to placu ul cum*
mencement.
Datod Sept. 12. 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Uicsxix
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlutu
Take notice that thirty dava Irom date, I, C, ��-
Hainter of Prince Kupert, B. C, by occu|,.n.on
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiel t'or.i*
miaaioner of Landa lor a llconce to prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 6-10 acr.*. ol
land on Graham laalnd deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two mil,-*, north
ot C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 18, markod N. *���*'���
corner C. E. 11. Coal Uaae No. 24, thanca **"****
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina, thencu nurth
80 chaina, thence weat 80. chaina lo placu ul cummencemenl.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Ucaior
Pub. S,-i i. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen I'liarlolt
Tako nollco that thirty daya from duli*. I, A. T
Broderick ol Prlnco Rupert, B. C by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to thu Chief Cum-
miaaioner ol Landa lor a licence to UOfpM for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acr,-.. ul
land on Graham I. laml doacribed aa follow..
Commencing at a poet planted two mile*, n,-rlh
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaao No. 17, markt',1 **- **���
corner A. T. B. Coal Uaae No. 26, Ihonn* nurili
80 ehaina, thenco eaat 80 chaina, thenn* Iflpl - *"
chaina, thonce woat 80 chaina to placo uf commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Localur
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnier, *****
Pub. Sept. 28.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queon Chairf'
Tako nollco that thirty daya from date, I, A. 1.
Broderick ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bank manager, Intend to apply to lhe Chi.*! ' op*
miaaionor of Unda lor a liconco lo prosp, eit fi r
coal and petroleum j>n and undor 640 curui ol
land on Uraham laland doacribed aa follows:
Commencing ut a poat plnated two milea r.'-rlli
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 20, marked S. B.
corner A. T. B. Coal Leaae No. 26, thencu n "Hi
80 chaina, thonce weat 80 chaina, thenco aoutn
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina to placo of commencement.
A. T. BROfiERICK, Ucator
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balntor, Wool
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict���Diatrict ol Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya Irom date, I, A. I.
Broderick ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupa'"1"
bank manager, intend to apply to the Chief ' olu-
miaaioner ol Lamb. lor a liconco to prospect I, r
-oal and petroleum on and under 640 acre's ul
land on Graham laland deecribed as lollows:
Commonclng at a poat planted two miles nurili
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, marked B. I-
corner ol A. T. B. Coal Uaae No. 27, thin,*,*
weat 80 chaina, thonce north 80 chains, thenco
eut 80 ehains, thenca aouth 80 chains to pIM
of commoncoment.
A. T. BRODEKICK, Low ic
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balntor, Asuni
Pub. Sept. 23.
���jaeena Und Diatrict���District ol Quoen Chorion.*
Take notice that thirty days Irom dote, I, C.L.
Balnter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to tho Chief Com-
mUslonor of Landa for a llconce to prospect I���r
eoal and petroleum on and under 610 acres ���,
land on Graham Island doscribod as follows:
Commonclng at a post planted at tho southwest
���orner ol Coai Un���, No. 4468 markoel C. ly- "���
Coal Uaae No. 28, thonco north 80 chains, then,* -
west 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chuins, thonr,*
eaat 80 chaina to point ol commencement coverlnit
all foreshore Tlahn Point. , ..,_,���,
Datod Sept. 12, 1911. C.  E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeona Land District���DUtrlct of Queen Chnrjollei
Take notice that thirty daya from date, I, <-. >*..
Balntor of Prlnco Ruport, B. C��� by occupation
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to tho Chief Com-
missioner of Lamia for a licenco to prospect for
coal and potroloum on and under 1,10 acres oi
Innd on Craham Island doscrlbed as follows:
Commeneing at a post planted two miles neirin
Tlnlin north we.t .oi ne, Coa! Lease 4406 mark*'"
C. E. B. Conl Uaao No. 29, tiionc. aouth 80 cha ns,
thenco wost 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenco east 80 chains to point o! commencement:
containing 640 acres moro or loss. .���*���.,
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C.  E.  HAINTEK
Pub. Oct. 7. THE I>AILY NEWS
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(NOTARY I'UOLIO)
V. P. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
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Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous  Prircoss
Line
Princess May
Thursday, October 16th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver and Scattlo
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
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Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
it. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Nnas River, nnd Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Monday.*., Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
|,.in., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacillc
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged, via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
ollice of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANtH   PASSENGER   AGENT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
TO RENT
Office on Second Avenue
3-roomed Cabin, close in
4-roomed House, Hays Cove Avenue
7-roomed    House,   Sixth
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5-roomed House, overlooking harbor
Furnished 5-roomed Cottage, $45 month
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
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with hot anel ceilel wuter In rooms. Best furnished house north ot
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WAY OF FINDING
WANT AD.
Skeenu Land District-District of Coust Ilium,' 6
Tako notice that Porcy M. Millar of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Civil Engineer, Intenda to
apply for pormiaaion to purchaao tho fullowlng
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the loft bank
of McNeil Rivor at north west corner of lot 44011
R. V��� thenco oaat 20 chaina mora or less to woat-
erly boundary of timber limit 545 (old number
40.110) thence northerly following aald westerly
boundary of timber limit 01) chuins mora or lesa
to north weat corner of aald timber limit, thenee
westerly 20 cbains more or lesa to left bank uf
McNeil River, thonco aoutherly following aaid
left bank of McNeil River Oil chaina more or loss
to point of commonccmont, containing lllll acrea
moro or loaa.
PERCY M. MILLER.
E. Flexman. Agent
Hate June* 19. I'lll
Pub. July 19.1911
Skoena Land Diatrict���Dutrict ol Caaalar
Take notice that II. 11. Stewart ol Vancouver,
B.  C,  occupation  truckman,   inlenda  to  apply
lor pormiaaion to purchaao the (ollowing doacribed
landa:
Commencing at a po.t planted 40 chaina aouth
ol Pre-emption No. 397 and 52 chaina oaat Irom
tho Naaa River (S. W. C), thonce 40 ehalna oaat,
thenco 40 chaina north, thonco 40 Chaina west,
thence 40 chaina aouth to tho point of commencement to contain 160 acroa more or loaa.
RICHARD  HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug, 1911. Jamoa T. Fullerton, Agont
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict���Dlalrlct ol Coast Range ..
Tako notioe lhat Harold E. Smith o( Morel*.-,
Alia., occupation elation agont, intenda to apply
lor permiaalon to purchase the lollowlng deacribed
lanoa:
Commonclng at a post plantod at tho aouth
weal corner 100 chaina east and 20 chaina north
Irom N. E. vomer ol Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat District IUngo 5, thence 40 chaina eaal,
thence 80 chaina north, thenco 40 chaina wast,
thonco 80 chaina aouth to poat ot commencement
containing 320 acroa, more or leaa.
Uated Sept. 18, 1911. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. Frod W. Uohler, Agon
Skeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Caaalar
Take notico that I. Thomua CartoKof Prlnco
Rupert, occupation carponler. Intond^-toapnly
for permission to purchaae the following -leaatil'-
od land. , J**"
Commcncing at a post planted about one mile
aouth from tho mouth of Falls creek and aboul
160 feet book from tho beach, thonco 80 chains
north, thence 40 chaina west, Ihence 80 chaina
aouth, thence cast 40 chuins to point of commencement, containing 320 ucres more ur less.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th. 1911.    Charles Webster Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 5th. Agent.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ol Coaat Range 6
Tako notice that I, Thomaa McClymont ol
Prlnco Rupert, B. C, occupation real oatata
broker, intend to apply for permlsaion lo purchaaa
the following doacribed landa:
Commencing at a paot planled at the S. W.
corner of pre-emption record 412. thenee easl 80
chaina, thenoe aouth 40 chaina, thence weat SO
chaina to ahoro of lake, Ihenco following shore
ol lake In a northerly direction to point of com
mencemont; conulnlng 320 acros, more or mas-
Dated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. 9. Ercnosl Colo. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat Rango 6
Tako nolice that E. H. U. Miller ol Falmouth
Eng., occupation surveyor, Intenda to apply to
permission  lo  purchase  tho  [ollowing  deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted at tho N. W. Corner ol Lot 4406. thonce woat 80 chlana, thonco south
20 chaina, thence eaat 80 chains, thence north 111)
chaina to the point ol commencement conUining
160 acrea more or leaa.
Daled Auguat 15. 1911. E. II. O. MILLhR
Pub. Aug 26. P- M. Miller. Agont
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Coaat Range V
Tako notico that  I,  Peter Laraen of Towner,
Nortii DakoU, U. S. A��� larmer  Inlend to apply
for permission to purchaae tho following doacribed
U Commencing at a poat planted at. the iMfc-
caat cornor of Lot 1729, thence aouth 80 cha ns,
Ihenco wost 40 chains, thonoe north 80 chains,
thence eaat 40 chaina to point ol ���"*?,c*;cJ7��n.VN
i��n,,.,l Julv 16  1911. PETER LAKSKN
PubJulylb. 1911. F""- E* ***> ******
qkoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 6
S Take no?ee Ui.t Linford Sowoll Boll ol I'rlne.
,   thenco east  40  chains to  post  ol  com-
Caaslar   Und   DUtrict-DUtrict   of   Skeena
,��� a northerly direction g^fflfftfSE
m-��*.h����20 chalM weal thence' 20 chains
north, tho"-"���,,������   thenco along the ahoro to
SjpS^^SJSS �� ***** ���
or'*?-,    .in ion LEMUEL FREER
Dated Juno 10,1911 '      CoUlMni Agent
Pub. July 8.
prdmU.rPS.ll0pnU��hrr'th'."ltwf���,  bribed
poncing at U^tfg��" tt^e
weat Irom the N. ". Lo'jor �� h , thonce
north 40 chaina, thenee west *0 a   - mm
3g oVcoSncenS fining eighty acrea
more or leaa. ., tt, F. MILLER
Dated August 19 ins. ., M  M1n,r> A,ent
���>ub. Aug. 26.
Skeen. Land J-"^*^^.^ Sn.
ianda; _ , ..e.nteel at tho N. E.
Sf M cn_n.\othpX -rcommenceme,,.. con-
fining 40 acre, more or lorn, MILLER
Dated August 15, IBM- r"., M M,||8ri Agent
Pub. Aug. 26.
Take nolico th.t ***"*** ,,;,_,���,  InUnd. Xo
broke,  Ont..  occupation Kngg���"^,  following
apply lor permiaalon to purcn��
deacrlbod lands: Diantod on tho lelt bank
Commonclng at u post Iplanio ,,      th.
ol the l****Si***A*mPttam northerly, following
wost corner of Lot 1706, thenco n eht|nl
the westerly ,boV"d"r0yr,���'w*S cornor ol said Lot
moro or loss, to tl o nor 1h*MJ , , following
1706.  thence  **"*��*?  ***$, c",��ins moro or less lo
jEKnSsaBa *bs ** ***
B Uc^l���A'ugu.t 19, Mlk-MM j. MACKIB
PSSW      19 FrJe'rick 8 Clemonu. Agant
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Mikt- Dunlin snya that lie has
quit play-acting for good aid in
the future will give all of his time
to ball playing.
N  N  H
The Detroit club has secured
waivers on Leftfiolder Davy Jones
ard Catcher Charlie Schmidt. It
has not been definitely stated
what disposition will be made of
the veterans, luit it is intimated
the> will go lo tlu- American
Association,
run
The share of the players from
thc five games in the world's
series last fall was ��70,071.93. Of
this amount the Philadelphia players earned 82,002.70 each, and
the Chicago players SI.875.16 each.
Looks like close to S.-i.OOO for the
lucky winners this year.
mrm
There will lie hockey in New
York during the coming winter,
and the same league will play it.
ihe St. Nicholas ri.ik. The boxing
club that had leased the rink was
pot able to make it a financial
success, and the properly will
revert to its original uses in
November.
��� MM
Bruce Ridpath, the crack hock-
eyisl and canoeis., has secured at
big expense a reel of moving
picture films showing his remarkable stunts in lhe water witJi a
canoe and will exhibit ihem through
out Canada during the fall and
winter.
X   M   ���
At tbe recent Bracmar Gathering
the mosi important athletic meet
held in Scotland in the year, both
on account of lhe quality of the
program and the fact that it is
always attended by Royally, tos-
ilng the caber, a feat calling for
more strength and agility probably
than any other, was won this
year by Alexander Mcintosh, a
man of G:,. It was a bonny sight
io see this apparently old man,
as far as his age, lorg white hair,
and--bcarcl were concerned, enter
lhe lisfs^Nigaiiist lhc cream of
Scotland's hca^-yAw-jjjhi athletes,
and defeat them all"\PK!i consummate ease. This is but another corroboration of the fact
lhal athletics, when properly practised and persevered ic, preserve
one's physical powers to quite an
advancced age.
K   K   M
At the finish of the Q. O. R.
matches an Interesting shoot-o(T
was witnessed for the Dominion
revolver championship gold medal
Corps. Todd and Rutherford lied
this year at Ottawa, as they did
the previous year, and a remarkable
(hing was tha; this year, as in thc
year before, they lied again in
the shoot-offi and it was then
decided by a single shot, Rutherford milking a bull's eye, while
Todd was a li.tlc low. The medal
has been held by members of lhe
Toronto Revoher Club for the
past five years, Lieut, JcfTcrys
winning it five years ago. Todd
won it for thc two following years
in succession, while Ru'.herford
secured it for the lasi two years.
The latter is also a member of
the Bisley rifle team for 1912.
MRU
Fight fans arc incensed o.er
the decision given Monte Attel
at the end of his ten-round fighl
with Johnny Daly. By a burst
if speed in the final rounds Daly
hurt Atlcl's eye and had him
groggy. After thc fight, when
Altel offered to shake hands, Daly-
tried to whip him with bare fists.
r. near-riot ensued.
Royal Dog Lover
PrLtcess Mary is very fond of
dogl and when the qtiarrymen of
North Wales presented her brother,
lhe Prince of Wales, with a Welsh
terrier, Owen, in commemoration
of his investiture, she immediately
adopted it. She is seldom seen
on her early mornirg walks without
a dog and lur brother is willing
that she should oversee his dog in
her kennels.
The two houses of the Icelandic
Parliament have unanimously given the vote to every woman over
twenty-five  years of age.    They
have also given women full equality
before the law and  thc right of
holding any office in the Slate.
..-..+.-
= THE COSY CORNER - \
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     j
I *** ,,m
Ml  ^..   -   ..***. "'
This ta a little miction of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
HIS  TASTE
Why a Girl's Sweetheart Often
Likes Her Best in Her Oldest
Dress.
"I was much amused the other
day," says Ruth Cameron, "when
I asked another girl who was
showing mc her trousseau, which
'himself liked the best, and she
answered indignantly, 'I'm ashamed to tell you. He's perfectly
ridiculous about it. He insists
he likes THIS the best.' 'THIS'
was a simple, inexpensive blue
gingham morning gown with a
dainty little sailor collar of ham-
burg. Thc gown cosl perhaps two
dollars for thc material and represents very little work, but it
was made on fine simple lines���
i. was exquisitely fresh and dainty
and it was out of a style and color
which became her perfectly.
"Judged by standards of expense and effort, il was a decidedly
inferior thing.
"But the man did not judge
that way. He judged by the
standard of actual effectiveness
and beauty, by the actual pleasure
he received from looking at the
gown. Thc little blue morning
gown was undoubtedly more genuinely effective than the elaborate
sleel crepe meteor, or the wonder
fully embroidered green and black
marquisette, and he was wise
enough (o know it.
"I wish more women could judge
clothes by this standard.
"And do you know, I think, a
grcat many men���especially the
worth while ones���do.
"Women do not realise this
They frel and fume and lire them*
selves out to win men's admiration
by extensive and costly ar.d elaborate wardrobes, while lhe simple
and inexpensive, but becoming
thing, means just as much, or
vasily more to him.
"Wha-. Jane Austen said a dun-
drcd years ago is as true today as
it was then. '1% would lie modifying to the feelings of many-
ladies, could (hey understand how
litilc thc best of men is affected
by what is costly or new in their
attire, how little moved by the
texture of the muslin, how unsusceptible of peculiar tenderness
lowards thc sprigged, the spotted,
the mull or the jackonct. Woman
is fine for her own satisfaction
alone' "
ABOUT SLEEVES
Kimono Sleeves Will Certainly
Last Out the Season and
More.
That the kimono sleeve has
every inte-htion of surviving the
change of season is evident. Even
among the best of thc imported
niodefs one finds il, and the
domestic models unhesitatingly
confess allegiance to it, but long
sleeves are a feature of some
of thc most successful frock and
blouse models, ard it seems safe
to prophecy lhal the ultra-modish
Woman of the winter will choose
long sleeves for her daytime frock.
The .'rill falling over the hand
is a feature of the newest and
most modish lingerie blouses, long-
sleeved, of course, antl of many
oilier blouses and bodices as well.
This feeling for lhe long sleeve is
as yet confined chiefly to imported
models, and among the cheaper
CQStume blouses and frocks ore
seldom sees a Ion.; ileeve, but
there will probably be a change
Inter if the foreign influence makes
tself clearly felt, and the long
sleeve is once more accepted by the
fashionable folk.
COAL NOTICE
those of long ago, is divided int<>
unequal portions, the narrower
eft for the top, by a ribbon twisted
through the nitliile and then used
to tie it together in front or at
the back, as one prefers, although
these frills soon lose their freshness
and beauty, they are becoming
and add jusi the amount of
warmth necessary with the prevailing fashion of ualined guimpes
and stock collars. They arc especially welcome t<> the woman who
siill clings to ihe round, collarless
neck. Occasionally one sees these
plaited frills lied wiih long vclevt
ribbons that reach below the waist
line. Short-neck boas of black
ostrich feathers are smartly tied
with a belghe ribbon rosel te matching in color the parasol or the feathers of the hat. Rich royal blue
is particularly desirable in this
conned ion.
There is nothing prelticr than
hemstitched whin- marqjise*-'.e for
collars and cuffs. For winter
gowns and blouses it is charming,
iind is seen on many new models.
One cai' make a set in an hour
or two at home. The cost is
insignificant and the effect charming. For those in mourning, white
marquisette accessoiies arc very
protty on blouses of chiffon or
crepe, or on serge frocks.
Some  Arguments  Against
Woman Suffrage
Women would forsake their chil
dren to vote.
They would not vou* at all.
Their political antagonism t<>
iheir husbands would destroy the
family.
They would vote as their husbands vote.
They now hold a superior position.
They arc and should be subordinate.
They arc not equipped to teach.
Their chief duty is to train
their children's minds
They should become experts in
government before seeking the
franchise.
They should leave the study of
polidcal problems to their husbands
They arc now accorded equal
Opportunities to earn their livings.
They ought not to compete with
men in the rude world of business.
They are not fitted for holding
office.
They arc now permit ted lo serve
on local bodies.
They should be satisfied with
thc existing enlightened government
Politics is a mire of corruption.
They cannot understand or appreciate economics.
Their business is to ma.iage lhe
household aid safeguard the expenditures.
They are too ignorai I lo vote.
They are too wise to want to
vote.
Skoona Lund District -DUtrict ol Quoen Churlotte I
IhIuihIs
Tuko notico lliul Austin M. Ilrown of I'rinco;
Ruport. sudellor, in,,-,.,I. lo upply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands uml Wurka for u liconco
to prostioct [or coul, oil und potroloum on und
under tho rolluwiiiii aetorlbed lumls on tlio West'
Coaal of CIr_lu.ru Islund:
Commencing ut u post piunted two miles oust
ol the nortlici'st corner ol 0, L. No. 4478 tlience
MUM 60 chuins, thenco wost HO chuins, Ihenco
north BO chuins, il,���,.,-.��� oust HO chains to poinl ol r
commence ment.
ACSTIN M. UKOWN   Locutor
Ucuteil Hist July, I'Jll.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skoonu Land DIatrlot��� District ot Quoon Churlutt
Islsnds
Tuke notie*o thut Austin M. Ilrown ot I'rinco
Rupert, occupation suddler. intends to apply to ���
the chlof Comm_nOI.tr ot Landi and Worka (or
a licence tu prospect teer cout, oil unel petrole-am
on anel uneh-r tlie- billowing eleiscribod lunds on the
Woat Const ul t iridium lalund:
Heglnniiit* ut u peist plantod throe mile-s east o
the norlht-ust corner ul C- L. No. 4474 tlience 60
ehalna east, tlience Ml chains south thenco HO
chaina wost, thence wi chains norlh to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, Locato
Ucated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Dislrict ol Quoon Charlotte
Islunds
Tako notico that Auatin M. Ilrown of Trine.
Kupert, sudelh-r, intenda to apply to lhe Chiel
Commissioner ol Unds and Works for u licence
to prostioct fur coul, oil und petroleum on und under
the following described lunds on tho \S-mt Coaal
of Crahnm laland:
Commencing at. a post planted threo miloa eaat
ol thu northeaat corner of C. I.. No. 4469 thenco
eaat HO chaina, thence aouth HO chain., thence
weat HO chuins, thunce north HO chaina to point ol
Commencement.
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, Locator
Ucated Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queon Charlotto
Islands
Take notico that Auatin M. Urown of Prince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply
to the Chief Commiasioner of Lands and Worka
tor a licence to proapect tor coul, oil and polroleum
on and undor tho following doacrihod landa on the
Weet Coast ot Craham laland:
Commencing at a post planted two mile, eaat
ot the aoulheaat corner ot C. 1.. No. 4477 thence
60 chaina north, thonce HO chaina oaat, thenco HO
chain, aouth, thence HO chaina wost lo point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Ucatod :ll��i July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeona Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Islanda
Tako notica that Auatin M. Ilrown of Prince
llupert. occupation aaddler, intends lo apply to
the Chiel Commiaoionor of Und. .nd Work, for
a licence to proapect tor coal, oil anel petroloum on
and under tho (ollowing described lanela on the
Weat Coaat ot Uraham laland:
Commencing at a poat planud three milea oaat
ot the aoulheaat corner of C. I.. No. 4476 thonce
north 80 chaina, thence eaat HO chaina, thonce aouth
60 chaina, thence woat 80 chaina to point of com.
mencement.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Ucator
Located Auguat lit, 1911.
I'ul,. Aug. 19.
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queon Charlotu
lalanda
Take notico that Auatin M. Urown ol I'rlnce
Kupert, aaddler by occupation, inunda to apply
to tbe l In,-I CommUaioner of Und. and Worka
lor a licence lo proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowlng doacribed land, on tho
Weat Coaat ol Uraham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three mile, cast
of the northeaat corner of C. 1.. No. 4471 thence
aouth 80 chaina, thonce weat 80 chains, thenee
north 80 chains, thonco eaat 80 chaina lo poinl
ol commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   UROWN,   Ucator
Ucated Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhavur Bros.' Oflice.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUIH'IORS
I,aw-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. 1IKNMK.TT, B.A.
of llrltl.h Columbia eif ll.C, Ontario, Sua-
and Manitoba Bnra. kul.hewun   und  Al-
herln llura.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office- Exchango block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth BtreeL Prince Ruuert. 6
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denul operutiona skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anasthotlcs administered f���r the pulnl.-sa ex-
traction of teeth. CnsulUtlein free. Office.:
Helirersim Block. Pnnre Kupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson n.v.     W.K Williams,n.A.. L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. O. BOX 2a
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*1*1-11. OF WM.  FOXON, BQ., A.11.A.M.. I UN., ENO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sto
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English aud American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Skeena Untl DUtrict���Dlitrict of Queen Cbarlotte
Islands
Tako notice thit Auitin M. Urown of Prince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intendi to apply
to the Chief Commliiiancr of Landi and Worki
for a licence to uroipocl tor coal, oil and petroleum
on and under tne following deacribed landi on the
Weat Coait of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poit planted throe milea eait
of the northeait corr.cr of C. 1.. No. 4471, thence
bU chaina eait, thenco HU chaini aouth, thenco (40
chaina woat, thenco SU chaina north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Ucator
Located Auguit Iat, r.t 11.
Pub. Aug. l'j.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice tbat Austin M. Ilrown of Trlnce
Kupert, aaddlor, Intendi to apply to tho Chief
CommUaioner of Landi and Worka for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following doacribed Unda on the Weat Coait ot
Graham liland:
Commencing at a poit planted three miloa from
tho nun lii'.iit corner of C. L. No. 4472 tbence SU
chaini weat, thunce SO chaini north, thance SU
chaina eaat, thence B0 chaini south to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
Located Auguat laL 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
PlumbinK, HeatinR, Steamrittingapd
Sheet Metal Work
Olllce: .Int Ave. Workshop:
Phone 171 2nd Ave. bet. Tth ami sth Sta.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Mist Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frant Wllcaek. Paris and Berlin.
Bella Coola Land Diatrict���District ol Coast Runa-o
Tako notico that ii. tl. cuff oi Dund.ik, ire-  Room 28.  Alder Block Upstair*
land, occupatiun gentleman, Intenda to apply
far permiaaion to loaao tl- following deacrihed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on lho ahore
ol Necleclaconnay River alwul IU chaina west
,r( Indian Reserve Line .thence weal 611 chaina
lollowing the channel of Neclectaconney River,
thence south Ml chaina moro or leaa lo channel
ot Helta Coola River, Ihence (ollowing channel
of 11,-11-. Coola River eaaterly 611 chains, north
HO chaina more or leaa lo poinl ol commencement;
containing lieu acres*, more or I.e..
Dated August'.!*, Hill. II.   M.  CLOT
I'ul,. S.-i,:. ..,,. William McNair, Agenl
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat IUnge   -"**>*   Prinoe   Ruperl t/xlire. No. SIS, Ron.   of
g England, meets the tlr.t an<l third   I ,..(,.,   ,,,
Take nollco that II. M. CUB ol Dundalk, Ire-j each month In the Son. of England  Hall. ��1�� 2nd
===E.   EBY   OH   Co.=_=
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lant For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - |*   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
THE NEW NECKWEAR
Very   Dainty   Fashions   Reign
Now for Pretty Necks
New neckwear, keeping pace
with oilier revivals, asserts itself
in short, broad, plaited frills of
black, while, and grey mousselinc
dc soie.    This frill, exactly like
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dhtrlct���Diatrict of Coait Range 6
Take notice that I, Cordon C. Emmereon of
Princa Hupert, 11. C., occupation reil eitate
broker, intend to apply for permlulon to purehaae the following dWilbed landi:
Commencing at a poit planted about 2 3-4
mllea In a northerly direction from the northeait
corner port of Lot 13S9, Range 5, Coait Dlitrict,
thenre north 40 chalm, thence weat to river
bank, thence aouth following nv. r bank to point
of commencement; conulnlng ISO acrea, more or
leaa.
Dated Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. KMMKRSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skeena Land DUtrlct -Diatrict of Coait Range V
Taka notioa that I, Benjamin A. FUh of Towner,
N.   D.,  occupation   merchant,   Intend  to   apply
for permUllon to purchaae tbe following deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted on the eait
boundary and about five chaina from the aoutheaat corner of Lot 44S4, thenee north 60 chaini,
thence aaat 80 chaina, tbence aouth 60 chaini,
thenca waat 80 chaina to point of commencement
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Kred E. CoweU, Agent
Skeeni Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat Range r.
Take notice that Miriam Roy McTavUh of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation harrUler, intendi
to apply for permiaalon to purchaae the following
dmrnhwl landa:
Commencing at a poit planted at the aouthweat
corner 40 chaina eaat and 40 chaini north from
N. K. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey Coait
DUtrlct Range 6, thence 60 chaini eaat, thence
60 chaini north, thence 60 chaina weat, thence 60
chalm aouth to poit of commencement containing
:if.u acrea more or leaa.
DatedSept. 18,1911 HIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 28. Fred W. Dohler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtriet��� DI'trlet of Cout Range li
Take notice that Lottie McTavUh ot Vancouver,
occupation married woman, Intendi to apply
for permlailoD to purchaae tha following described
landi:
Commencing at a pout planted at the northweat corner 100 chaina eait and 20 chaini north
from N. G. corner of I."i 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Cout DUtrict Rsnge 6, thence 20 chaina aouth,
thence 80 chaina eaat, thence R0 chalm north,
thence 40 chaini weat, thence 60 chaini aouth,
thenre 40 chaini went to poit of commencement
. dontalnlng 400 acTee more or leaa.
I Dated Sept. IB, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. Z8 Fred W. Bohler, Agent
land, occupation gi-iith-man, intendi to apply
for permUsion to lt-aae the following doacribed
landi:
Commencing at a j- ' planted al the N. W
corner ot Lot ttB, thenee aouth 40 chaim more
or U ��������� to northern Imumlary of leaae No. 1 applied
for ny H. M. Clilf, thence following aald boundary
eaat 20 chaim, thenctr north 10 chaina, thence
went 20 chaim to puint of commencement; containing M> acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Auguat 2S, Kill. H.   M. CLIFF
I'ul1  Sept. 30. William  McNair. Agont
Bella Coola Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of Coait Itange
Take nctiee that H. M. CllfT of Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gent lumnn, intenda to apply
for perm, -imii to leaie the following deecrilred
landi:
Commencing at a pout planted at thc S. '������
corner of I*ot 251, thence aouth 40 chalm more
or leas to northern boundary of Leaie No. 1
applied For by H. M. CHIT, thence eait ::���> chalm
along i>aid boundary, thence north 40 chains,
thenre west 20 chaini to point of commencement;
containing SO acree, more or leaa.
Dated August 28, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF,
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Und Dlitrict -DUtrict of Coast Range
a
Take notice that 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ire- !
land, occupation gentleman, Intends to apply for
permUsion to lease the following deacrihed lands:      (
Commencing at a post planted at the shore
near tho N. E corner of Lol No I, thence north
40 chains, thence went 80 chiins more or loss lo
eait boundary of cannery lease, thence following
the aald ���-.. i boundary aouth 40 chains more or *
leaa to shore line, thence following said shore ,
line easterly SO chains more or lesa to point of
commencement; containing 320 acree, more or l
leai. I
Dated Auguit 31, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF,
Pub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range
3
Take notice tlmt  H. M. Clilf of Dundfttk, Ire-1
land,   occupallon   gentleman,   intends   to   apply
(or permission  to  lease the following di*crll>od
lands:
Commencing at a post planled  at the N. E.
corner of Ixit 33. thence north 20 chains, thenre
weat 40 chains, thence south 20 chalm more or |
leea tn ahore line, thence following lhe ihore line
east 40 chaina more or lees In point of commence  ���
ment;  containing SO caree, moro or !������ ���>
Dated August 31, 1911. EL   M.   CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
Ava. at S p.m.
F. V. CLARK. S.V..
P. O. Hoi -!_. Prince Itupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 23
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voic�� Culture.
2nd Ave, n v     n
Between 7th & Hth Sta.    Pnnco KuPcrt
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CIIAItliES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE   IM.
OPEN DAV AND NllillT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDEKTAKKILS ami. EMIIALMEK.S
I'einpfal   Dinvt-ir.
3rd Ave-, near Hth St. Thone No. Wi
..Grand Hotel..
Worktngmsn's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 Iat Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Bella Coola Und Dlitrict��� DUtrlrt of Coait Range ,
8
Take notlre that H. M. CHIT ot Dundalk, Ire- '
land, occupation gentleman, Intenda to apply
tor permiaalon to lease tho following deacribed
lands: \
Commenrlng at a posl planted at the N. W.l
corner ot Lot No. 4, ihence norlh 40 chains, thence I
eait 40 chains, thence south 40 chaini more or '
Ml to shore line, thence following shoro line |
westerly 40 chnins more or loss to point of com1
mencement; containing 80 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated August28, 1911. 11.  M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent
Utiles NEWS Agency
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I  TOBACCOS  ::   FRU1T3
G.T.P. WHARF
_J THE DAILY NEWS
ELECTRIC HOTEL
IS THE LATEST
Current Does Everything Except
to Pay One's Bill You Have
to Do That Yourself.
The interesting news comes from
Paris that a hotel will be buili
there In which all the domestic
service will be performed by electricity. If the promoters of the
scheme keep their promises, everything will be done by electricity
except the guests' payment of
their bills. Even then they can
give the cashier a shock by refusing in pay.
There will be no, waiters, no
bellhops, no coat boys, no chambermaids, and consequently no
tips. If a guest arrives home at
3 a.m. iill he will have to do
is to touch a button, which will
turn an electric sun, and then he
can say to his wife.
"My dear, you're really getting
lazy. Look at me. I'm up and
dressed."
If lie feels that he needs a
cocktail he can touch another
bui ton. One touch brings a martini, two whisky, three a man-
hattan, four vermouth, five an
ambulance. In answer, a dumbwaiter rises through the floor
either to bring the desired bracer,
or, when need be, to lower the
guest to the ambulance.
The hotel promoters lay much
stress on the fact that all iheir
waiters are dumb. In place of the
ordinary Swiss, who only stand
and wait, instead of running and
serving, there will be automatons
run by electricity, and guaranteed
not to spill soup down your hack
or creamed ai-paragus in your lap.
The dining table will lie decorated
with flowers raised by intensive
electrical culture in both winter
and summer, for there will be no
���6980ns iii this hotel: push a
button and you're warmer than
when you see another fellow walking with the "only dear one on
euth;" push another button and
you're colder than when the other
fellow frigidly asks, "What the
devil are you doing here?"
Oi.c of the features of the holel
will be an electric orchestra, in
which all kinds of stringed instruments will apparently play of
iheir own accord.
The inventor, a Frenchman named Giorgio Knap, who has spent
years experimenting wiih the various devices, asserts thai they are
now absolutely perfect, and has
formed a company under ihe name
"Sodelie dis Hotels Elcctriques"
for the purpose of building electric
lioicl*. in every lug dty throughout
the world.
AT THE THEATRE
Williams Cp. Present "Ole 01-
sen" to crowded House Saturday���An Amusing Success.
"Ole Olsen" as staged on Saturday night hy the Dave Williams
Stock Company drew a full house,
latecomers to the ion-booked seats
being even compelled to content
iheinselves with standing room
only, and the reserved scats being
filled.
Again the company did excellently giving enjoyment unsti.Uedly
(o the audience. It was Interesting
to note the number of re-bookings
eviile.it. Nearly everyone who
saw the first plays put on by the
company booked again for their
latest performance.
"Ole Olsen" as a comedy gives
Mr, Williams his opportunity all
through to .show his humorous
gifts and talent as an actor in the
part of thc kind and ingenious
Swede of the title role. Miss
Marguerite Doyle too had specially
good chances to demonstrate again
to Prince Rupert that she is a
comedienne of winsome ways and
sparkling talent. The part of
"Genie Dimple" suits her to perfection. Miss Ora Wolff had a
part to suit her excellently in
that of "Mrs. Flannigan," Byron
Aldeiin as "Dr. Shingle" was
most amusing, and George Sweat-
man in the role of "Jeff Bassett"
did his work capitally. As "Paul
Jorden" Mr. S. Van Dyke with
little to do did that little just
right, and Miss Pinkie Mullaly in
the role of "Mrs. Jorden" acted
with taste and restraint relieving
the frankly funny phases of the
play with touches of pathos.
Master Willie played all there
was to play in "Little Phillip"
very well.
Specialties were introduced most
successfully during the acts by-
Mr. Gsorge Sweatman in humorous
songs, Mr. Arthur Cyril in Scotch
songs and a parasol dance which
proved a roof-raiser, and Miss
Marguerite Doyle with fetching
songs. Altogether "01c Olsen"
upheld the company's already good
reputation and tonight's pi-rfro-
mance of King's Evidence will be
pleasurably anticipaied.
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THE
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COMPANY.
P.S.-Houiei and Rental*.
STRENGTHENS THE SURVEYOR
Months Municipal Menu for
Men on the Main Work of
City Development.
PRETTY  WEDDING   HELD
Miss Hester Kergin Became
Bride of Mr. J. C. Halsey on
Saturday.
Al lhe home of Dr. Kergin
at eight p.m. on Saturday eve.iing
a charming wedding ccrcmon*-, was
held, the bride being Miss Hester
Kergin, and the groom Mr. J. C.
Halsey of this city.   Rev. Charles
Sing officiated, and the bride was
given awa) by Dr. Kergin, her
brother. The bride wore a very
pretty gown of Queen satin with
a cream chiffon overdress and
delicate lace veil with wreath of
orange blossoms She carried a
beautiful bouquet >>f rose*-. Her
bridesmaid, Mi>s Mat-Master, wore
u dainty dress of pink and carried
a  bouquet  of roses.    Little Fred
Kergin acted as a charming little
ring-bearer, and Mr. J. Thomson
was groomsman.
The rooms were tastefully decorated wiih carnations, pinks, and
a profusion of similar flowers and
a brighl reception followed the
ceremony ;���.! which aboul thirty
of I he friends of bride and bridegroom were present. Many li.ii'd-
wime gifts were received by the
young couple who left by the
Camosun yesterday morning for
their honeymoon trip.   They will
reiur.i to reside in Prince Kupert,
ill tin- cottage lately occupied hy
Mr. Benson on Fifth avenue near
Mi ��ri.i,* street. Both bride and
brldgrogom are very popular in
Rupert.
Without the surveyor, cities in
B. C. simply wouldn't happen.
So thc cities that do happen
keep their surveyors fit. Following
is the month's supply for a survey-
party on municipal work for Prince
Rupert at Woodworth Lake: 1
sack potatoes, 1 sack cabbage,
1 sack carrots, I sack turnips, 1
sack onions, 1 sack parsnips, 2
sacks flour, 1 case eggs, 50 lbs.
rolled oi'ts, 10 lbs. buckwheat,
20 lbs. cornmeal, 15 lbs. tea, 15
lbs. coffee, 1 case tomatoes, 15
lbs. dried apples, 15 lbs. apricots,
1 ease canned peaches, 50 lbs.
fresh meal every week, 10 lbs.
iplil peas, I small cheese, 10 lbs.
macaroni, 25 lbs, navy beans, 10
lbs. lima beans, 4 Irinis, 100 lbs
while sugar, 2 cases cream, 1 gal
molasses, 2 gallons syrup, 1 case
yeast cakes, 10 lbs. bilking [Kiwder,
(i lbs. baking sod.'., 1 can cinnamon,
1 can each allspice, cloves, nutmeg,
ginger, mace, pastry spice and red
pepper, 10 lbs. salt, 50 lbs. compound of lard and beef fat, ore
quart vinegar, one large (in, iiuis-
t.'td, one caM assorted jams, ore
CMC pitkles, 1 Clie pumpkin, one
small bottle Mapcline, one hot lie
lemon   flavor,  one  bolllc  vanill;',
half a gallon Wbrehester sauce.
WINNERS SATURDAY NIGHT
Sloan Suit Clubs
Club   18���E. K. Demers.
"    18���J. M. Carmlchael,
" 14���J. M. Dohing.
" 18��� U.S. Woods.
" 10���W. H. Peek.
" 17���Pi E. Kills.
The new G.T.P. News Standi For lit, finish and durability
for Lowney's delicious Choco- try one of Sweder Brothers' custom
lates, fresh from the factory,   tf (tailored suits. ol4
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KINGS EVIDENCE
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Williams Dramatic Company
Have a Strong Play for Tonight.
"King's Evidence" is the bill
for tonight at the Empress, and
is one of the best comedy bills
the Williams Company pul on.
There is a plot, a good one, and
there is comedy enough lo satisfy
every one. There is sensational
action and climaxes enough to
warm the blood of the most
seasoned theatre goer.
It would have been impossible
for the compa.iy to put on ihis
play if it were not for the kindness
of Mrs. Bryon Casley in allowing
her little daughter Lottie lo play
lhe child's part. It is a sweet,
quaint, child's pari to which little
Lottie Casley will do full justice.
Mr. Dave Williams iis "Isaacs
the Jew" has a chance to show
his ability as a comedian, a chance
which he makes lhe very mosi of
and the whole company are well
cast.
QUIET WEDDING SATURDAY
Miss   Margaret   Nyland   Weds
Mr. L. B. Warner.   A Popular
Match
On Saturday nignl at ilu- house
of Rev. Father Bu.ioz the wedding
took place of Miss Margarel Nyland and Mr. Laurie B Warner
of this city. The ceremony was
a very quiet ore, only the intimate
frierds of bride and bridegroom
being present. Congratulations
are cordial as both bride and
groom arc well known residents
of this city.
Princess May South
This afternoon the C P R. S.S.
Princess May passed south with
many well known old-timers from
the Yukon on board. She carried
mail and a number of passengers
south from Rupert. Amongst her
passcrgcrs were Mrs. Frank Mobley and Rev W. II. Mcl.iod.
Mrs. Mobley wu travelling from
Atlin.
Council Tonight
Principal subject of discussion
in   council     tonight   will   l���-   the
Woodworth   l^ike  Specifications.
There m.-.y also be some talk over
the Hays Creek sewer system.
Applications of engineers for the
new works in hand will not be
opened until the 25th.
Woodworth Lake Works
Plans and specifications for the
clearing of the bush on the thirty-
foot belt around Woodworth Lake
will be ready for intending bidders
at the City Hall tomorrow, Tucs*
day.
About seventy first class and as
many deck passengers [eft by the
Prince C.eorge this inor.iing.
Popular Pastor Delegate
By lhe Princess May today
Rev. W. H. McLeod left for
Vancouver.   Mr McLeod is chosen
by his congregation as delegate ut
the big missionary convention now
being held in Vancouver. He also
represents his congregation at lhe
Sunday  School  Coi-ven lion   rcxl
week.    During Mr.  McLeod's ,'b-
sence special arrangements for services will be made announcement
of which will be given out later.
For Rent
- 1
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Furni.hed room, with bath,
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Neatly Furni.hed room., nentlei
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Maj.--.ti
S*,e*i*iul rate, by
lt)6-tf
n preferred.���
��� Tin-litre,     tl
Nice Furnlahed Room.,
Block: Third Ave.
Mr.. Qroonwood
Alder
178-tl*
For Rent-Furni.hed room., lint nml cold water
with bath. Dla-by Room.. Hth Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Son. of England Hull. Ul Snel'Ave., for
Dance Fraternal Soclctle.. S,���*ial��. etc. Apply
Frank A Kill.. Box 869 or phone M. ISB-tf
"S ll   . .1  . n   . ,...,, r. ��� ._  r.rr. ..  . ei  I
For Sale
n.,...., a.. �� .��a *.  * " a <
30-30 Savage Rifle, good a. new,   r. O. Box 264.
���Mil
Ladlea' Sulu and Skirts. A few left in brown
and black broadcloth, alaea 31 and 42. Will cloae
out at 110 and (15.    Phil Hldjin, 3rd Ave.   234-236
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Siorey houae. houae-
holdgooda. Near Prinoe llupert. A anap If
Uken at once.   Addreaa 11 . 368. tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Insurance
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OUR Companies are noted te prompt and juit
���ettlementa. We write evrry known class of
Insurance.  The Mack Realty and Insurance Ca
Wanted
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Slenographer.Wanted-Apply Box 1531 tf
Wanted���A good .mart boy fur provision .tore.
Apply at once Ideal Provi >i.n, Houae.        236-tf
Wanted  Nuralng.      oi ctrlc. a  specialty.
Reaklcnce ���*-"., Third Ave.   Phone 243 It, ,1 ti
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and prtntaing. alteration*
anel repairing for men and women. Dreumaklng
called fur and delivered. Mra Charlea Percher,
B20 Third A..-.    I'lio,,,* .'ill It.al. tf
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Lost and Found
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tX)UND-2.Small Keys.   Inquire at News Offic*.
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Loat-Ladies'watch in bracelet. Reward bv returning to Newa .-tike. tf
Lost on Saturday night one ladles' \t*M watch,
enamel rose set In centre. Reward. Phone
Cold Storage riant 220. tf
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Real Estate
����na, i*
Will buy loU In Prince Rupert al bargain price,
for caah. Apply P. O. Box 860 aUling location,
price, etc. 231-if
Situations Wanted
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Siti
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Wanud-Poelllon by experienced atenographvr
Apply P.O. Boa 4.1; 233-231
Notice of Dissolution
Take notice that the Arm of Charles B. Wark
eft Company which ha. been carrying on tbe Jen.*
elry bu.tneu In partner.blp in Prince Rupert. B.
CL ha. thi. day been dluolved. Chsrlet ll Wark
retlrln, from the firm, and that William Wark
and V illlam 11 Wark InUnd to continue Ihe aald
bu.lneaa tn I'rince Rupert under the Arm name
of W. Wark A Son, and will collect all moneva
due the aald Arm of Charlea B. Wark A Company
and pay all debta f-wing by the Mid Arm.
Dated at Prince Rupert. B.C.. thi. Illh day of
October. A.D.. UU.
W. WARK.
W. II WARK.
23424(1 B. C. WARK.
LINDSAY'S "storage"'
Ca, T. P. Transfer Agenl.
Order. prompUy filled.   Price, reasonable.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone IX
PONY EXPRESS
m-TKHATIC McacnANT*' I.FI.IYKRV SMVICt
Baggage. Storage ami Forwarding AgenU.   For
Riga or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone .101
To Contractors and
Station Men
Tender, will lie received by the underfigned up
to 4 p.m. Monday, 23rd October, lull, for the
clearing and I,-truing of 162 acrea of land on Lake
Wondweirth.
The lowest or any tender nol necessarily accepted.
Plan, and .peciAcatlem. may be aeen and
forma e,f tender obUlned at tbe ofllce of the City
Engineer after Monday, October, 16th.
WM. M. DAVIS.
City Engineer.
E. A   WOODS.
City Clerk.
Fireman Wanted
Application, will be received by tbe City Clerk
up to 4 p.m.. October 30th, for the poaitlon of Are-
man. Applicant, to state age and experience.
Salary 180 per month.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Johnston
went south 011 the George this
morning.
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market price., at Collart'a
olg Fted Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phone.41 or 301
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, section  1,  First Ave.,
Price $2600,  $1000 cash,  balance 6,
12 and 18 monthi.
1 lot, block 9, lection 5, Sixth Avenue.
Price $1625, half cosh, balance 6,   12
anil 18 months.
1 lot, block 14, section 5, Summit Ave.
Extra large 32-foot  front      Price
$1250, $800 cash, terms.
LoU  10 and  11,  block 24,  section 6,
7th Ave.   Two fronts.   Make offer.
1 lot, block 15, section 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Hays Cove, with
house ,T2x20.   Price $2625.
2 lots, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave
Price $600 each, $300 cash, balance
$25 per month.
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each, $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
HOUSES FOR SALE
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plat*
tei-ed, best harbor view in city. Price
$1837. $600 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 5 rooms each, papered, plastered, painted, on 9th Avenue. $22.00
per month.
Stores on Second Avenue.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 5 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al! complete, $400.
CIGAR STORE AND FIX7URES
Fixtures, wall rases, show cases complete. Price $300, or will rent for
$76 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
6 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and 3 years.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at Kitselas, $60 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots, Third Avenvc, close in,
level, good lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month  buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Coaat H*nfe V
Take   notice   that   I.   Paul   Hann   of   Prince
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply for permlMion
to purchase the following described lands:
Commendnf at a post planled on the north
bank of WUliama Creek about '>*��� chains aoulheaat from R. K., thence eouth 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
weet 40 chains to point ol commencement.
!>at#d July 7, 1911. PAUL HAGEN
Pub. -July 25. Fred E. CoweU. Agent
.Skeena Land District���District or Coaat Range V
Take notice that Jem M. Tallman of Cedar
Rspids, Iowa, occupation laeyer, Intenda to
apply for t*ermt**lon t0 pUrchBM (|ie following
dfstcribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on the aoutherly
shore of Kutxymatmn Inlet on lhe right bank
of a smsll stream flowing Into ssld Inlet juit east
of Crow l.flVo. Thence south 20 chains, thence
west 20 chains more or lias to the shore line of
Crow Lake, thence northerly and easterly following the shore lines of Crow Lake, tha Inlet
to Crow Lake and KuUeymateen Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acres
mnre or leas, leocated August 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Ueonre Kime of Towner,
North Dakota, *". 8. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permUalon to purchaae the following daacribed
Commencing at a post planted al the aouthweat corner of Lot 92117, thence east 80 chslns,
thence aouth 40 chains, thenee west 40 chains
thence eouth 40 chains, thence west 40 chaina
thence north ftO chains to point of commenoemen
conulnlng 480 acree more or I-
Dated July 16, 1911
We Doirt Believe It
They say that the city buys its supplies from only threo
firms, but we don't believe it, as we have been promised
our share and expect it soon. But you, the public, who
have no mills  to bring your grist to,  come  to .
THE BIG FURNPRE STORE
��� 1   WHERE   WE   BELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,  Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case (iooils
Iron  and Brass  Beds,  Baby Buggies.
Linoleums
For the
Kitchen
at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Ruga, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
and all kinds of Curtain Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Wure, It-spots, Beanpots, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters ami i
complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French  ami
English China in sets or by the piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous O.termonr
 o��_J- Maltreat, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for frum-
eous V.OOd8 ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vases, Bar Glasses ���f
every description, Lamps,  Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  ull   kinds,
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
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
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Pub. J���lv 85.
OEOROE KIMK
Ire.,1 E. Cowall, Afent
Skwna Laml OWrlct���Diatrict of Coaal Hants V
Taka noi ir.. thai I, Adolph II. Chrlatlanaon ol
Towner, Nortii Daltota, occupation attorney-
.t-l.w, inland to applv for permf-Mion to purchaae
the following ila-crlnen lanila:
Commencing at a port planted aliout one and
onea-half milea (1 1-2) northeaat of th. bead ol
Trout River on the weat aide of Lakelaa Lake,
and about 6 chaina Irom the lake-front, Ihence
eouth 80 chain., thene-. wer* 80 chain., thence
north 80 rh.in.. thenoe eaat B0 chain, to point
of commencament-
ADOLrB H. CIIRI8TIANSON
Haled June 80, mil. Fred E. Cowell, Asont
Pub. Jul. 25. ""���'
Skeena Land Dialrlcl���Diatrict ol Coaal Ranee 6
Taka notica that LcRoy F. Grant ol I'rinca
Rupa-rl. II. C, occupaUon civil englneei, intenda
lo apply tor permt-alon to purchaae the lollowing
dreerribed lantla:
Commencing at a port planted about 3 1*2 mile.
In a northerly direction from the northeaat corner
poat ot Lot ln-lf*. Ranga '-, Coart Dlalrlct, Ihenca
eut 30 chaina, thence north 60 chain., thence
waat to bank ot river, thence aouth following
bank of river lo point of commencement: con-
lalnlnc 1A0 aero., mora or law.
Hated Sept. ��, mil. LKROY   F.  GRANT
Pub. Oct. 14, Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agaot
Skerna Land DUtrlct -DUlrict ol Coart Ranga V
Taks noUoa that 1, Petar Erickson ol Prinos
Hupert.  laborer,  Intand to apply for parmiaaion
to bun-baas lbs following deseribsd land.:
Comm.ncing at a port planted on ths nortb
bank of WUliama Creak where tba railway right-
of-way croaaea and 3 chain, back from tho creek
bank, thanos aouth 30 chaina, thenre eart 40
chaina, thenca north 80 chain., lienco wert 40
ch.ina to point of commancsment.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cow-.ll, Agsnt
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coart Ranga V
Take notica that I, John Evenaon ol Prince
Rupert,  laborer,  Intand to apply  for permi-wion
lo purchaae the following deecribed lantla:
Commencing at a post plantad at tha aoutheaat corner ol Lot 4416, thence north 80 chaln-e.
thence eart 60 ehalna,  thenca aouth 80 ehalna,
thence wert 60 chaina to point ol commencement.
Dated July 13, mil. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agsnt
Skesna Land Dlrtrict���District ol Coast Ranga 5
Taka  notica  that  Sarah   E.   Alton  ol   Prince
Rupert, occupation nurao. Inlands to apply for
permiaaion  to  purchaaa  tha  following  described
land.:
Commencing at a port plantad at the North-
wert cornar 140 chain, easterly (slightly north)
from the northeast corner of Lot 1116 (Harvey
Survey) Coast Diatrict, Rsngs V, thence 80 chain.
eart, thence 80 chain, aouth, thenoa 40 chain,
weet, thenca 40 chatna north, thence 40 chain,
weet, thence 40 chain, north to poet ol eommencement containing 480 acrea more or less.
Daled June 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 16. Fred Uohler, Agsnt
Skeena Land Dlrtrict���Diatrict of Coaat Rang. 6
Take notice that I, Chriatophsr Jsme. (Iraham
ol Prince Hup rt, B. CL occupation locomotive
ennlneer, Intend to apply tor permiaalon lo purchaae
the following described lanoa:
Commencing at a port planted at the southwest corner ol Lot No. 1738 vicinity of Lske
Lakelae and marked Chriatopher 1. (iraham
N. E. Corner, thencs west 40 ehaina, thence aouth
80 chaina, Ihenca east 40 ehslns, thsnea north 80
chaina to post of commencement; containing
820 acies, more nr less.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated Rent. 22. 1911. 11.65 A.M.���Witnessed T. D
Pub. Sept. 80.
kesns Land District���District of Coast Rants 6
Tske   notica   that   Stanley   Green   ol   Prince
Hupert, 11. ('-, occupation miner, inland, to apply
for permiaaion to purehaae tha following deecrilieel
land:
Commencing at a port plsnted 40 chain, .outh
and 40 chsina west of tne northwest corner ol
Lot 178.1, Lakelse Valley, Dlrtrict ol Cout Range
b, thence wert 40 chains, thence south 80 chslna,
thsnea aast 40 chains, thencs north 80 chslns to
Serlnt of eommenoement.
takad Juns 80th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harrison ol Prlnea Rupert, It C, broVcr,
five notice th.t on tha fifteenth day of Nii.emkr
911, I Intend to apply ta the Waler Coninn ..i���n.r
at hi. office In Prince Rupert, II. ('.. lor . linnc.
to uke .nd uaa three cubic feet of water per.,..,:!
from McNeil Rlvsr in Skssns District. The* satrr
Is to ba taken from tha stream about four mil"
above tha unction with tha Skeens Klvvr an-l
is to be used on Lot 440S lor domestic and afn-
cultural purpoaaa.
SAMUEL HARRISON
Sept. 9.
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harrison ol Prlnea Rupert. B. C, broker
give notice thst on ths Bfteenth dsy of Nuve-i -'
1911.1 Intand to spply to the Water r,n,in . ��� ��� ���
at hu office In Prince Hupert, B. C��� tot * lievicr
lo uke snd use two cubic leet of water per ���< <'"' '
from ths Wert Fork of McNeil River in Mees'tea
Diatrict. Tbe water ia to be Uken from the nn-���
about ons mils from lu unction with NcV-.il
Kiver and Is to ba uaad on Lot 4405 for domi-f-lc
and agricultural purpoaaa.
SAMUEL HARRISON
Sapt. 9.
NOTICE
In ths County Court ol AUIn Holdsn st Tr;
Rupart In tha Matter ol the "Official .'
mlniatrstor*. Act"
and _   ,
In ths Matter ol tha BeUta ol Duran P. Lalk,,.
deceased, Intestate.
TAKE NOTICE that by order ot HI. II"
Judgs Young, msde ths .list day ot August, II
I  wu appointed Adminlatralor of the fcaiali-   .
the said Duran P. Latkovlch deceased^ an-l
parties having claims sgainat ths uld *****. *-"
hereby required to forward urns properly wu'."
to ma on or before ths 80th day of Seplemn ���'
1911, and all tha parties Indebted to th-. ''"
K.tate are required to pay ths amount of tin*,
Inelel.tedneas '*) me forthwith.
DATED ths 6th day of September, 1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
Advertise in
The Daily News
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