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Twenty-four hours ending5a.m.,
Sept. 9
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 206
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, September ll, 19H.
���..   \ FoR south
'Prim-ess Beatrice Tuesday
. kor North
PriucessMay Monday p.m.
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Price Five Cents
Steamer Hazelton and Foley, Welch & Stewart Boata
Make Close Connection With Regular Rail Service
���Lumber For   New   Hotel  to   Be  Built
at Littleton
Today the railway company
Started iis new schedule of three
r.'ii's.. week, which is a gratifying
evidence <>f the large increase of
business with the interior since
ilu* train service wns opened.
Another change the company
a made will help still further
in increase the business. Hitherto
oassengera nnd their baggage were
inly 1 Iced to Van Arsdol, where
they had to check their baggage
;>n>l again buy tickets on the
iteaincrsi for which, in many
cases, they had a tedious wait.
Thi- made it more convenient .<>
.da* Bteamer direct.
Can Book Right Through
Now lioth passengers and bag-
,gc arc booked through to Haiel-
uii .hmI can' will In* taken to have
In* steamers make close con-
iccttons with every train. An
irrangcmcnl t<> this effect has
���.in entered into by the railway
mnpary wiih   the  Hudson   Bay
Bteamer Hazelton and the steamers
of Foley, Welch & Stewart.
This cannot fail to expedite
travel ard increase both travel
and tra.de. Also the reduction in
treighl charges will prove a great
stimulant. On first class freight
the saving is only about $10 per
ton at present, but on general
merchandise it amounts to fifty
per cent.
On the train today were four
carloads of lumber for the building
of a fine hotel at Littleton.
Accident in Freight Yards
By some mischance there was a
Collision and two freight cars derailed  81   the  freight  yards  yesterday.     No   damage   done   anil
nobody hurt.
J. II. Rogers, steamship agent,
Started on lhe Prince George this
morning for a month's vacation
in California.
|Veteran Ball Player 82 Years of
Age Played for Winning Side
In Masons vs. Oddfellows
Match the Other Day.  '
To haw played ball at 82 years
J.'i mi* and batted for the winning
l-i.l.* in a keenly contested game
li- an interesting record  to  ilu-
li-ivdii "( Mr William W. Austin,
I.'I Webster, U.S.A., who happens
li" lu* the uncle of our old friend
Anlntr Little of the Centre Street
J News   Bureau.     Himself   a   keen
I follower of   the  ball   game  and
I vigorous supporter of the Royal
Blue Ribbon team whose Manager
R unsay is his assistant- Mr. Little
I is delighted at thc account oi his
veteran uncle's prowess recorded
I In ilu* Manchester Union.
Thc match in which old Mr.
Austin figured waa between Masons
ard Oddfellows played on the
athletic grounds at Warner, U.S.A.
Hi. Masons won, ihe scon- being
11 12. The Kami- was played
ni iii an indoor baseball,and started
up with thc older members of
lie Orders whose places were
������'k'-n by the younger element
during various slant's of the play.
"William W. Austin <>f Webster,
82 yean of age," says the Man
chester Union, "went to the bat
for the Masons in one inning
antl succeeded in reaching lirsi
on a fielder's choice." A tidy sum
was realised from the gate and
devoted to a fund for new scenery
for the Town Hall.
Member from Yukon Known as
Brilliant Speaker
Fred T. Congdon, Member of
Parliament for Yukon, passes
through here today on the Princess
May bound for Dawson. As
in* was nominated by acclamation
ii) succeed himself there would
seem to be no particular hurry
for him to reach his constituency,
an effort is to I..* made by many
of bis old lime friends and leading
Liberals to have him break his
jourm*. here and di-livi*ran address
Mr. Congdon was one of the
ablest speakers in the last Parliament anil would Ik- able io show
US how antl why, under reciprocity,
Prir.ce Rupert must command ths
trade not only of Yukon but of
the whole iif .Mask.'.
Ai the Liberal noma on the
corner of Third avenue and Fifth
si net at 8 p.m. Prominent local
speakers   will   be   heard   in   the
interests of "Ross and Reciprocity"
Royalists Expected Large Loans This Week and Will
Then Attack Lisbon-Have Already Large Armed
Force Juat Over the Spaniah Frontier
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Lisbon, Sept, 11.���It is stated
i llu- Royalists confidently expected   to   receive   from    Brazil
'I    England   this   week   loans
mounting   to over  two millions
I a half, and that  as soon as
���hose   funds .arc   available   their
1 "i'<'i-s will march on the capital
lhe  movement   has  recently
grown very rapidly in general
' -Vor and many liberal local eon-
���'il.iuif.ns have been received.   A
' -fge force is now being gathered
1 Orense, just across the border
'������ Spain.    There are alreayd in
camp there five thousand men
fully armed and equipped, with
forty pieces or artillery and two
It is said that large quantities
of arms and aniiuuiiilion have
been coming in, and that all over
Portugal there are secret Royalist
Organisations ready to rise as
soon as the forces at Orense start
a general movement.
So alarming is the situation
thai  the government has already
twenty thousand troops in ths
field and active measures an- bring
taken lo strengthen the fortifications of this city.
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"Vancouver 4, New Westminster 3" came the flash over the wires to The Daily
News the instant the great game ended on Saturday afternoon. Again the fate of
the Minto Cup hangs in the balance. When the team meets again it will be on
Vancouver's home ground, and lacrosse enthusiasts in Prince Rupert expect great
things from that game. New Westminster must secure at least a two goal lead in
the final game to hold the Minto Cup which has been so long in their possession
that it seems soldered down to its base in their Club House. With one goal to the good
as the result of Saturday's match Vancouver this time seems to be melting that
solder and certainly giving the rival team a hot time of it.
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Duncan Ross Returns From Hazelton to Deliver a
Night in The Empress Theatre���Quite Agreeable
Tuesday night's Ross and reciprocity meeting in lhe Empress
Theatre is going to be one of thc
biggest and most exciting yet
held in the campaign. On that
night Mr. Duncan Ross will again
meet Mr. H. S. Clemer.ts'*"done-
ovcr" challenge, ard again floor
him, although Mr. Clements did
fail to fulfil thc terms of his
promise after his defeat al Alberni.
Mr. Ross has hurried on his
campaign work up river for the
special purpose of being in Prince
Rupert on the night of Tuesday
the 12th inst. to meet Mr. Clements
again on the straight issue of
lhat challenge.   As hc caught thc
boat io fulfil his enagegmenti up*
river thc morning after Mr.
Clements had repeated his bluff
about never having said a word
in favor of reciprocity, even in
thc face of Hansard proving the
contrary, Mr. Duncan Ross said
lhal he would make it his speiial
business to be in Prince Rupert
on Tuesday night in order that Mr.
Clements might have one more
straight chance to play thc game
and take his medicine like a man
of  his word.    For Mr.  Clements
will sddrens the Ladies of
Prince Rupert on tlie
Question of Reciprocity
-IN  THB���
Empress Theatre
AT 4.15 P.M.
Rousing Speech Tomorrow
to Meet Mr. Clements
to have got Alderman Clayton
to reiH'.it that poor "done-over"
challenge again at Wednesday
night's meeting when as everybody knew, Mr. Ross was out of
'.own, was the thinnest kind of
blulf Which all Prince Rupert
saw through.
Besides giving Mr. Clements
his quietus with all lhe weight
of Hansard in the hands of a
strong, straight candidate, Mr.
Duncan Ross will deliver another
powerful speech in favor of reciprocity w-ith particular reference
to its indisputable advantages for
Prince Rupert. Ladles should certainly not miss this meeting. It
will be a live one wiih an Important
bearing on the campaign.
Her Skipper and Owner, M. E. Burgess, Well Known
Along the Pacific Coast Locates the Marine Delicacy First Shot and Pioneers New Waterfront
Industry For Prince Rupert
A new and most marketable
denizen of llic deep lias found
its way to ihe tables of Prince
Rupert. Shrimps have been located in plentiful supply right
in the harbor here as well as at
oilier points within easy reach,
by M. E. Burgess, captain and
onwer of the shrimp trawler "Amy"
now in harbor afier making irial
shots during the week-crd.
Captain Burgess, known lo all
the waterfront here,'and mosi
all ihe way to Panama from Nome
as just plain "Jim" is ihe owner
of two steam shrimpers the Amy
and the Archie, also two gasoline
schooners. He came here to locate
the shrimps first if possible, ai tl
afterwards to locate himself antl
his lleei Should  lhe pntspcc.s look
promising. Prospects are promising, antl Prince Rupert will now
number amongst her sea-going
fisher lleei Captain Burgess's steam
shrimpers equipped  with  i'll  the
appliances devised by the skipper
who is a marvel of handiness and
ingenuity, for the proper hai tiling
of this marine delicacy for long
distance shipment as well as for
the home-port market.
The Amy is an interesting boat,
a typical trawler, square Itemed
and with Wet trawl beam, and
winch aft. She is propelled by
a powerful little compound engine,
and the high pressure steam from
her boiler is also used in the
preparation of ihe shrimps for
distant shipment, l>\ the skipper's
own process. Steaming tanks,
draining and storage racks, etc.,
are all li.ted afi aid as the shrimps
are abundant in the waters here
a regular waterfront industry is
well on the way to establishment.
The lirsi shot of the trawl resulted
in a. haul of some thousands of
shrimps which were eagerly bought
up b> consumers in the dty.
Thousands Cro..o Boundary to
Meet Him at Windsor
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Windsor, Sept. 11.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier spoke here on Saturday.
Thousands of French settlers and
Americans from Detroit and Michigan came across tin. line to hear
him. He spoke in two languages
and said lie wanted the two
countries lo live in harmony anil
concord and without enmity, bound
together through  thc channels of
trade and science.
Gigantic Scheme is to be Financed   at   Once
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Havana, Sepl. 11.- Sir Roberl
Perks, Brisitsh contractor, member
of the linn of MacAitliur, Perks S
Company >.f Ottawa, said today
he had been assured bj the Canadian government that the matter of financing the Georgian Bay
canal would be laker up at once.
Th.* company is ;<> build it in ten
years ar a cost of 1160,000,000.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 953. tf
Sixty Canadians and (Forty
Americans Among Chinese
Rebels Cannot be Heard From
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Peking, Sept. 11.���Nothing has
been heard of the missionaries
at Szc Cliuen for four days. There
are sixty Canadians and forty
Americans in this district. One
report is that they arc being
escorted to the sea lx>rder by
Chinese troops.
Great distress is being experienced by lhe survivors of the
flood ai Nanking, where seventy
thousand refugees an- gathered.
There hundreds are dying daily.
Paris   Bankers   Weaken   Germany's  Hold   in   Morocco
(Canadian I'r. ss Despatch)
Paris, Sepl. 11. Thai the hos-
tility of the French bankers will
weaken <'.eniiany's staid against
Frame in MorOCCO, is lhe opinion
today. Large German notes are
heltl by Paris financiers and German loans from Switzerland are
also controlll d from Paris.
Bridge Workers Arrive
Eighteen pontoon workers from
the Vancouver Ironworks arrived
on   the   Prince  George Saturday
morning, for the construction of
the railway bridge across the Skce
na.     In  all  the  gang  numbered
about  thirty.    They  left   on  the
noon train.
Freighter Celtic in Making   Landing   Crashed   Into
Lumber Hulk���Carrondelet  as Latter was Being
Towed Out by Schooner Fish Maid
Just   before   noon   tode.)   whal
ppcared lo be a serious collision
between two vessels occurred on
the waterfront, The lumber hulk
Carrondelet was bring towed <>ff
.he ('.. T. P. wharf by the gasoline
schooner Fish Maid, aid hid
barely cleared the wharf when the
freighting sleamer Celtic crashed
Into the hulk.
The Celtic, which was tide
driven while trying to make (
landing, carried away her railing,
smashed the .-.'bin aft and got
1.tangled   up   in   ihe   gear.    Tlu
Fish Maid broke a. boom and
I fouled   the   towline,   being   only
extriaatid from her ixrilous posi-
inii by skilful handling.
Government Awards Contract
to Vancouver Firm
Victoria, Sept 11.���Ths C.ov-
cri'miTi has swarded a. contract
fur the construction ol a steal
bridge over the Columbia River
t Trail, to Armstrong & Morrison ol Vancouver, at a cost of
1100,000, The bridge will be
an Important liik in lhe inter-
provincial through highway. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by th* Princa Rupart Publishing Company, Limited
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Daily Edition.
Monday. Sept. 11
Reciprocity with the United States is now at the disposal of
the Canadian people. It rests with Parliament or the electors to say
if we are to have the benefits of the enlarged free market which it
will bring. Look at the new market possibilities in the list of Canadian
products which Would thereafter have free entry into the United
For the Farmer.���Cattle, horses and mules, swine, sheep antl
lambs, |M)ultrGy, wheat, rye, oats, barley, beans, potatoes, con*, onions,
apples, pears, peaches, grapes, butttr, cheese, fresh milk, fresh cream,
eggs, hay, Straw.
For the Fisherman.*���Mackerel, herring, halibut, salmon, cod,
oysters, lobsters.
For the Lumberman.���Timber, hewn sawed or squared;
sawed boards, planks, deals, paving posts, railroad lies and poles,
wooden staves, pickeu antl palings.
For the Miner. ���Feldspar, mica, talc, sa.lt, asbestos,
For the Consumer.���Lower duties on a host of articles, such
as: Meats, fresh or refrigerated; bacon and hams, beef antl pork,
Baited; canned meats and poultry, lard, tomatoes and other vegetables,
wheat flour and oatmeal, prepared cereal food; bran, middlings and
other offals of grain; macaroni and vermicelli; biscuits, wafers and
cakes; canned fruits, agricultural implements, cutlery, pavii g stones,
clocks and watches, canoes, motor vehicles.
Laurier and Larger Markets is the policy for Canada.
When Parliament was dissolved ill 1891, Sir John Thompson,
Minister of Justice iu Sir John Macdonald's Government, issued
this address io the electors of Antigonish:
"At the election which will take place on the 6th day of March,
I will be a candidate for re-election as a member of the House of Commons for the County of Antigonish.
"The Government, of which I am a member, is appealing to the
country wiih a (M.licy which we believe will be heartily endorsed by
a great majority of the electors. We have made to the Government
of the United States, through the Government of Great Britain,
proposals for reciprocity in trade, which we have good reason to believe
will result in an arrangement by which the markets of (he United States
will be re..pencil lo the products which our people desire most lo send
"A fair measure of rcciprociiy is what we desire, and we have
no doubt that that can be obtained without undue sacrifices.
"I respectfully ask your support and voles, and I pledge myself
to serve lhe best interests of the country, if I should be honored by
a renewal of the confidence which was reposed in meat the last elections,
and for which I shall be forever grateful. I remain, gentlemen, your
obedient  serva.nl,
"Antigonish, Feb. 24, 1891."
Will sunn* ingenious Conservative please explain why thc "fair
measure of reciprocity," which was so desirable in 1891 is now become
a national menace, and a sinister attempt to destroy Confederation?
Or was Sir John Thompson a traitor?
So the Conservatives have withdrawn that offer of a fifty dollar
prize for the discovery of the union label on the Duncan Ross Reciprocity Speech published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company's
union printers. Such is the compelling power of the simple truth
thai the label was left off ihe pamphlet contrary to instructions���
either deliberately or by accident���by a union printer, who before
the ink was dry on the plans, left the employ of the Prii ce Ruperl
Publishli g Compai > without warning and started up in business
with .he gentleman running the Conservative campaign, under ihe
discarded name of ihe company which prii.ltd .he pamphlets.
The fads not only spoke for themselves clef.ri) ard unmistakably,
bui ihey hit home and hi*, hard too.
On the subject of printing, have you taken a good look at the
imprint on thai pretty picture poster of Mr. H. S. Clemenis'. Wiih
such intimate association! wiih at least one of Prince Rupert's printing
houses isn't It rather surprising ihat Mr. Clements didn't have those
pretty pictures of himself primed in Prii ce Rupert? Siill when you
come .�� thiak of it perhaps it's not so very surprising. Mr. Clements
may have bSen afraid that contrary to instructions���either deliberately or by accident-some,hiig, the union label for instance,
might have been left OUt of his poster. Besides though he has made
friends with Prince Rupen priming people Mr. Clumi is lu\s so mat y
more Vancouver friends in all lines of business to think of.
Remember the Rosa Meeting at the
Empress Theatre, Tuesday, September 12
Duncan Rom, Frank Anger and others will speak
Mr. Cll'mu^cl^owdo��n  a challenge which was   accepted.    It I. ax-
peeled that he or hit representative will be present
Our large and expensive stock
is going and going fast.
Those who know values anil are
anxious to save themselves one
hundred per cent on goods they
require are already availing themselves of this great opportunity.
GETTING GOODS AT FACTORY PRICES seldom ever happens. We have given, you the
last chance before Christmas.
In two months you will be
sending gifts.   Buy Today.
A Few of the
Hundreds of Bargains
$900.00 Heintzman Player Piano
for $710 00
$72.00 Hall Chime Clock $44 CO
$38.50   Library   Chime   Clock
for $23.25
Other Clocks at about
Umbrellas and Walking
Sticks at about HALF PRICE
Waltham     Elgin
Elbico Lo gine
Watches at a
in fact every
article in our
store is being
sold at a ....
Boy's Watches
150 Watches
��� BV ���
A Bad Start
"I am afraid that you are s poet,
MIbs Clifford."
"What do you mean, Mr. Anstruther?"
"To be polite to a young lady with
an Imagination. Did you not tell me
when I waB In Larkshlrr, that It never
rained In Hritlsh Columbia? Don't
you remember how blue your s-des
were when you were six thousand
miles away from them? May I be permitted to ask if this Is a fair sample
..f your Eden?"
The speaker, a tall, Blight man, of
not more than twenty-three, Btood be-
Bide an up-country cart, the collar of
his waterproof coat turned over his
ears, a wet cigarette drooping from
his llpB, and an Icy sleet storm driving
Into the back of his neck, In spite of
his endeavors to keep it out.
Every line of Mb thin, well-bred face
expressed discomfort and dlsguBt,
whilst the smartness of his get-up emphasized the roughness of bis surroundings. The ladles he waa addressing, In spite cf the disadvantage ot sex,
seemed Infinitely more In their element than he did.
"Does It never rain In England, Mr.
"Yes. but we adn-lt It, though I
never saw anything like this In that
mui'h-mallRucd country. I suppose
this Is what you call a blizzard," and
he dug his heel Irritably Into bis
horse's ribs to turn that animal's quarters more emphatically upon the slanting deluge.
At this moment a man rode up on a
ragged-looking cayuee, plain headed,
and not too straight In the shoulder,
but quick and handy as a cat.
This man looked at the speaker with
a scarcely concealed sneer upon his
weather-stained face.
"It's no good staying here. Mrs.
Rolt." he aald to the girl's companion.
"Tills won't let up before dark, and
lt'a going to turn cold. Shouldn't wonder if we got the blizzard that gentleman talks about."
"How far Is It to llrown's, Jim?"
"Can't say exactly. Pretty Dick
says we are off the trail. I guess he'
"What Is this then that we have
been following?"
"A watering trail seemingly. I've
not been this way myself for years, but
the tracks all break up different ways
a bit farther on."
Tbe month was early October .and
In October the weather may be perfect
upon the northern cattle lands or it
may not. There Is a whisper always;
sometimes a threat ot winter in th:
air. Even tn summer, In spile ot ths
glorious sunshine, y>u cannot quite forget that winter reigns here at least
half the year.
That morning, the long undulating
uplands bad been stretches of sunlit
purple, royal in coloring, boundless tn
extent, with fair broldertea of pu* *
gold where thc cottonwoods shed their
leaves In tbe little wet gullies; now,
In the grey of coming night, these uplands were wild, colorless and desolate
as a stormy sea, void and without
It was a dreary outlook for the two
women In an open rig, drawn by two
utterly worn out horses, but It was Mr.
Anstruther who resented It
"Do you mean to say. Combe, tbat
you don't know where we are?" he
asked Impatiently.
"We ain't In England, Mr. Anstruther, and we forgot to order milestones
when we heard you were coming," retorted tbe other, his color rising.
"No, we're not In England," Mrs.
Rolt put tn hastily, "we are In Jim's
own country, and If we are oft the
trail for a moment, It does not matter
a little bit.   Which way, Jim?"
Jim's face relaxed at once. Like a
high-spirited horse he fllncbel at the
least touch of the curb, but the light
hands of his Ross's wife could do what
they liked with Jim Combe, the foreman of the ltlsky Ranche.
"I'm afraid we can't make camp tonight where we meant to. I got fooled
by the weather myself. Didn't calculate on a rainstorm before morning,
nor on Its turning so plaguey dark,
but I know you won't whine If you do
get wet. You can't hunt and keep dry
all the time. If you let the Indian drive
and follow me, I'll get you to Riley's
cow camp In no time. - It's rough shelter and bad going, but lt'a better than
this," and he shook his briuie and
moved on ahead of the cart.
"Do you mind very much, Kitty?"
Mrs. Rolt asked her friend.
"Not a bit, dear, If you can keep the
peace between those two. They're Just
spoiling for a row. What a vile temper Jim has developed since I went
back to tha Old Country. It's not like
Mra. Rolt smiled mysteriously behind the folds ot her hood, but she
spoke only to the horses.
"Get up, mare. Keep close to Jim.
He can see through anything."
Kitty looked a question, but Mrs.
Rolfs face was so Innocent of an;
arriere pensee that thi girl said noth
Ing, but Just cuddled down Into her
Wraps to endure, aa well as might be,
the long and dreary drive over unbroken prairie, Into and out of ravines,
which by dsyllght would have seemed
to English people Impossible for any
wheeled vehicle.
However, ranch? horses and ranche
rigs are used to such work, and the
Rolfs pair scrambled safely through
the ravines, though tbe cart swayed at
perilous angleB sometimes, and the
water slopped about on the floor of the
cart making it impossible to keep the
feet dry.
After an hour of this the horses began to balk badly, and the cold Increased, so that what had been sleet
became hall, stinging like the lash of
a whip.
"Do you really think that it is any
good to go on, Mrs. Rolt?" nuked Anstruther, speaiclng for the first time
since his spnr with Combe. He was
wet to the bone by this time, had lost
all confidence In an Aqua Scutum, and
had been down two or three times, his
big English hunter being as much at
sea In this country sb Its rider.
"Do you think that It Ib any good to
stop here, Mr. Anstruther?"
The figure only half visible in the
darkness ah* ad, reined in his horse and
waited. He was too far In front to
have heard, and yet Mrs. Rolt was
afraid. Jim's hearing, like all his faculties, was keen as that of a wild
"I don't believe that that fellow
knowB a bit where h* Is," muttered
Anstruther angrily.
"I don't suppose that he does exactly, but he will find his way if we let
him alone. None of ub could do that la
this darkness."
"You trust htm wonderfully, Mrs.
"We have known him a long time.
Haven't we, Kitty?"
But tht girl had nothing to say.
Perhaps her sympathy and her experience were not at one. Anstruther
growled something under his breath,
and the procession moved on sgaln at
a foot's pace.
"Well, your horses seem to have had
enough of It, If you have not, Mrs.
Rolt," he said at laat, aa the pair
balked resolutely at the foot of an exceptionally steep pitch. "Get up, you
brutes," and the angry man laid his
whip savagely across the quarters ot
the nearest horso.
It winced but stood still.
Again the whip fell, and the horses
backed so that the cart nearly turned
"Stop, that, Mr. Anstruther."
There was an angry ring In the lady's
voice, but he was too savage to notice
"Pardon me. Miss Kitty and yourself cannot stay here all night. The
brutes must be made to go,' 'and dismounting, be proceeded to make them.
But he was hardly on his feet sooner
than Mrs. Rolt was out of the cart,
and as his hand rose with the whip in
It, he was caught by the wrist, and
held as firmly by those thin white
fingers as if it had been a man who
held him.
"You forget yourself, Mr. An si nil her.
These are my horseB, and I'll manage
them myaelf. Go on and ask Jim to
wait for ub. Kitty and I can do without your help, thank you."
Anstruther raised bis hat with a
muttered apology, and did as he was
bid, wishing himself back in England
and pretty Mrs. Rolt at tbe devil.
What, he asked himself, did women
want in such a country? However, unless he was very much mistaken, she
would be obliged to call him back to
those horses before he had gone very
far. Such Ill-bred brutes could not be
made to understand anything but the
whip. But Mr. Prank Anstruther was
very much mistaken. Polly Rolt was
not only a superb horsewoman���as
good with cattle, her husband boasted,
as any cow-boy���but she loved them
and understood them; understood
them because she loved them. So she
stood there in thc deep mud and driving hall, passing her tine, soft hands
over the wealed flanks until Borne thrill
of her gentle nature had soothed the
poor beasts.
Then she stroked their drooping
ears, and took the mare's muzzle Into
her arms, putting her face down beside the heist's, and talking tender
nonsense which beasts understand.
"Drop the reins altogether, Dick,"
Bhe commanded. "Now, old boy, come
along, come on lassie, up there, up!"
and with her hand on the mare's neck
she led the way up the steep bank, tho
horses going with her where no whip
could have driven them.
From the top of the bank a tiny
speck of light showed shead In the
driven gloom.
"Jim has camped, I think."
"Just In time to save my life," said
a desolate voice from the box seat.
"I aay, Mary���"
"Last Mr. Anstruther down easily.
You were pretty hard on him."
"Not half as hard on him as he was
on poor Hess." snapped the other.
"I know, desr, but he Is in s strange
country, and things are not goinj well
for him. He Isn't a muff, really, and
yet everything has gone wrong for him
so far."
What Polly Rolt answered, only the
winds know, but her face cleared as
she drew up at the little log cabin, beside which stood two dripping horses.
"I made it, you see, Mr. Anstruther,"
she called in the slang of the West,
"so I will forgive you. Now come and
help ua out of the cart Kitty is too
water logged to move without assistance."
Anstruther hurried to the cart, and
putting his waterproof over the wheel,
helped Mrs. Rolt daintily to tbe
ground, as If her skirt had not been
one halt alkali mud already.
But she tried not to laugh, and pretty
Kitty, her face flushed rose pink, and
her eyes bright with the weather, made
amends, leaning a trifle more than waa
perhaps absolutely necessary on the
supporting arm and whispering:
"Never mind Polly. She doesn't
mean IL but tha Boss himself dare
not flog the horses when she Is near."
Two Stagss of Development
When Anstruther had taken ths
ladles baggage Into the cablo, a miserable log hut with a mud roof adorned
by a tew antlers, he turned to unharness the horses.
His fingers were numbed with cold,
and none ot ths buckles w��r0 when,
Read The Daily News
bis English experience had taught htm
that they should be, besides which, aa
a matter of fact, he had generally left
the unharnessing to his groom.
"Not that strap, Mr. Anstruther.
See, this is Iho way."
. But before Mrs. Hold could show
him, the silent figure, which had just
taken the saddles off the riding horssB,
took elm if;,*, tho wet sirups yielded as
If by magic to the cow-hoy's fingers,
and the beasts were led off by the Indian to some unseen corral.
"Where have you put Ruddy-gore?"
AiiBtrullier asked Combe.
���   "In the corral with the others. Why?
Do you want him inside?"
On such a night Anstruther might
have been forgiven for thinking that
the hut was none too good for his well-
bred hunter. It certainly was not as
good as the loose box to which that
valuable beast had been accustomed,
but Anstruther saw that there was no
help for It. Ruddygore would have *
take his chance with the rest.
"Well, what can I do to help?"
"You don't have to do anything.
Just make yourself pleaaant to the
ladles.   I'll be through In a minute."
"You might cut some wood for us,
Mr. Anstruther," called Kitty from the
doorway. "I should love a great roaring fire. I am Just perished, aren't
you, Mary?"
Anstruther picked up the axe a little
doubtfully, and looked hopelessly
���round for something to chop.
"There are some pines In that last
gully we passed through," suggested
Mrs. Rolt.
Through thc dark and not quite certain of his direction, the unhappy tehee
tchaco (tenderfoot) splashed his way,
and once in the gully put his back into
the work. It was not his fault that the
axe never bit twice tn thc sumo place;
It was to his credit that he kept on
hammering, until at last a green pine,
seven or clithl Inches In diameter,
yielded to his perseverance.
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Skene Und DUtrfct-uuiriet u| Q^ZT^
,. .      Mind,       Viu����n Ch��,iolu
Tako notice that Austin M n.
Rupert, occupation ntldlor \S2X" ��* Print.
to th. Chief LimnUsionoof S' *J Utfi
for a licence to project |,��� coll S' ""*��� WoS
on and under t&. lollowln, d,�� J Wi*-,,
Weat Coaat ol Graham Island* "���"���- on it,
Commencing at a poat ola,',i..,i ��,
of tho northeaat cornorof cT ft .T**" ����
80 chains .outh. thonc. B0 chuiu, ��,'���,*'2 ll>'����
chain, north, thonco 80 chain. J? '���u"����� B
commoncomont. "l l0 point 0|
Located August Irtfm.* "' **��**% U.,tal
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeen. Und Dlrtrlcl-putrlci ol Bum, (���*���__,,
Lland.       y *" u,'*Ml��
Tak. notice that Au.ll��� M. *,
!lup!rt'���a0,cc.u51*'1'*** Maldlor. inland? , '"��������
o th. Chief CommUaioner il a '., i Ml
for a licnc. to proapoct lor wai, ���d .���,*\Z$m
on and under the loUowing duacrih ,i ,'.' ?l,ol<��ni
West Coast of Graham l.land '"'"���' *�� S
Comm.ncing at a poat planted Hire, ���,*,_
if tho northeaat corner ol c. L He' 7,-T*****
JO chains oaat, thonce 80 chsina mail ill  **"*
ch.in. west, thenc, 80 chain,"nort,   ���"S ��
common cement. l   WM
Tho Finest Rooma.
Thp b����st equipped
nnd steam hiatod.
Hot uml cold bath*.
Dlnlm* room nnd
restaurant :
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80 SEUusub tEXTa.'cn'.ln. uU'Vbaa".*
chain, weat, ihenc 8U ,.|������... \SS*! ""<".
commencement. ^^^_________^^^^^
Located August l.t, mu        ' *mu"*\ Locate,
Pub. Aug. la.
Sk.,*���. Und Dlrtrirt-jy ���f t^n Chu|0ltt
Tak. nolle that Au.tln It, Ilrown nl iu
Rupart aaddler by occupation, LSbbsIW
to the Chiel Commissioner ol Und ani uP|,J
lor a licence to proapect for coul, oil i-alX-aH*
on and under the fo ow rig daerihld ., i. .
West Coast of Craham lalind: *** *��� ��
Commencing at a post planted Inn, mU_
ol th. northeast comer of C. L. No ij-i Vi"*
aouth 80 ehalna, thenc. weat so M���','    '�����
north 80 ch.ln., thenc. H.t 80 ch.JSVS
ol commencement. ���"""
a AUSTIN   M.   BROWN. Loan,
Loc.ted August lit, 1811. ' ****">
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skwna Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol a|ue��n Chuta,
Islanda w
Tak. notlc. that Auatin M. Brown ol Pri.��
SSSft ."SS-TS   "*d<".0r-   **P***  �����  apply 2
tho Chiel Commissioner of Unds and Workalnj.
llenc to prospect tor co.l. oil .nd pttnSas!
and under the lollownlg de-K-ribod l.���d, ,���l
Wet Coaat ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a pan planted thru* mil*. <aa
ol tho aoutheaat wrner ol C. L. No. ll;o *a,Ti
north 80 chain., th.nc. oast 80 chami E
aouth 80 chains, th.nc. west 80 chain. t��� ���0;,, 3
Locatt-d August lit, 1S11.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und District���DUtrict ol Quen rhulotu
Taka notica that Auatin M. Brown ol I'riu,
Rupart, aaddler, Intend, to applv to ���>., chj*.
Commissioner of Unds snd Work, lor s lime-
to pro*i**ct lor coal, oil and petroleum en and und.
the following deKribed lend, on llie \u*t I'oa*
of Graham laland:
Commanclng at a poat pUnted this, mile) mxx
ot lb. northeaat corner of C. 1. No. ;i- ��� :���,-,
eaat 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 cliaina, thsao,
wmi 80 chain., th.nc north 80 chain, to point .1
Located Auguat In, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und DUtrict Diatrict of (junn Charlotu
Take nolle lhat Aunin M. Brown o( i *:--��
Rupert, uddler, intend, lo apply to lb. ChW
CommUaioner ol Unda and Worka (or a ...-���*.
lo proiMct lor wai, oil and petroleum on ��*:
under the following dmcribod land, en the Wat
Coaat ol Graham laland;
Commonclng at a poat pUnted three mil*, wl
ot tho northeut corner of C. !.. No. 41- ih*aa
wuth 80 ch.in., th.nc 80 chslns west, tbane. H
chaina north, tbane 80 chain. ��aal to pout d
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. ID.
SkMna Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol *,,:, tbtriotti
Take nolle lhat Austin M. Ilrown ot Cim
Rupert, occupation uddler. Intendi io sppl) t.
th. l In**! CommlMlonvr ol Und. and Worn Ul
. Iteone lo prcpect lor wai, oU and petroleum el
and under tha lollowlng deKribed Unda oo xxs
Wei Cout ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a poet pl.ntwi three mi)*. ***t
of th. aoulheaat corner of C. L. No. 4.7*1 V'-*��
north 80 chain., thenc* *aal 80 chair... tbenc.Mi
80 ch.ina, tbane wut 80 chaina lo point ol ��e>
AUSTIN  M. BROWN, l.i.:.:
Uicsted August let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. ID.
Skeen. Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol 0.u**n ChitkU
Tak. nolle that Auatin M. Brown el I:-*.
Rupert, occupation uddler, Intends to epply te
the Chiel CommUaioner ol Und. and IVorkil.
a liene to preitect tor coal, oil and PM*s*sl
on and under the loUowing described Unas oe IU
Wut Cout ol Graham laland:
Commanclng st a pen pUnted tbrrr mike n*
ot th. MUthvast comer of C. L. No. UTS tbeoee
80 chaina wut, thane 80 chaina north. M etaa.
usl. tb.ne 80 chaina aouth to point ot tm-
Loeted Auguat in, I'Jll.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Huno Cbsrlott
Tak. nolle th.t Aunin M Ilrown ol rnaa
Uupm, occup.tion uddler. intend, te 'i.l
lo th. Chief CommUaioner ol Und. and **m
lor a licnc to prepvet lor w.l, oil and petroHU
on and under lne lollowlng dewnlHal lar.ds o* A*
Woel Cout of l.raliain Island:
Commencing at a port planted three mile, **
ol th. Kuthu.1 corner of C. L. No. 44J0 xlmes
wet 80 chaina, thenc north 80 MM MJ
aut 80 chaina, thenc wuih 80 chaina lo poat��
AUSTIN M. BROWN. l.oe.u��
LocatKl Auguat lit. 1911.
SkMna Und DUtrlct -DUtriet ol l|uc*n CbuktU
T.k. noUe th.t Austin M. Brown ol rru*
Rupert, uddler, InUnd. to apply lo MlM
CommUaioner ol Unds and Work. I. r IMP
to proapect lor w.l, oil and petroleum on ���a' m*
the lollowlng deicrlbed Unds on the IS eel CoK��
Graham laland: ,   ,���
Commencing at a port pl.nted thr.** miwii"
th. aoulheaat wrner of C. L. No. Ui2 iltfwj
chain, wut, th.ne 80 ch.ln. north. tbrM. ���
chain, out, thane SO chalu wulb to pout ���
commencement. ,   .....  .    ���.
I-oc.ted Auguat l.t. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skuna Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Queen IbukW
IaUnd. , ���. _
T.k. nolle th��t Aurtln M. Brown o IJJJ
Rupert, occup.tion uddl.r, Inlend. to ���������p I ���>**
Chiel CommUnonw ol Land, and V"��*f**l
licnc to prwpe-et lor coal, oil and |M*M ��
and under tha following da.cr.bi*,l Unde o�� **
Wet Cout ot Graham laland: _,
Commanclng at a pet planted tbr.*em��"rr
ol th. northeut wrner of C. L. No. Mn ""���"
north 80 chaina, thane usl 80 ch.lr.e. l ��"
wuih 80 chains, th.nw wut 80 chain, to po**" ���
commencement. .   ������������...   ,.-**?
la-calcd August 1.1. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen tbsrUW
lalanda ... ..,
Tak. notie lh.t Austin M. Brown ol iw.
Rupen, occup.tion uddler, Inteml. "JJEje,.
the Chief Commissioner ol Und. ."��� *"'" _
. licnc to prospect for w.l, oil ��n'1,l"',;"l'r,ie
and undor lha following described lai.Je on *-
Wut Cout ot Graham Island: .   ^
Commanclng at a *ts**kmmfft**Jg^gi
ot the northeut wrner of C. L. No....'"      m
80 chains wut, thenc 80 chain, nor;:-. a*sm n
ch.ln. ��ut, lh.nw 80 chain, wutb "> P""
commencement. ..   .,���,.,...   i^aior
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Qu.-n ChuW��
lalanda , .......
Tak. notlc that Auatin M. BfWS.-S.-g =
Rupert, B. C. occupation udilUr. nt" ,.
���pply to the Chl.f CommUrtoncr ol IM! ������
Work, for a llene to prospect lor MM *Jff
petroleum on ��nd under the lollnwiniM""
lands on the Wut Cout ol Graham HMi   ���
Comm.ncing .1 a pet pl.nled '""���' %""hwr.
of th. northeut wrner of C. L. No* ,' 'k..M tt
80 chains wuth. thenc 80 chain! ��>���'. '���. , ������
chaina north, th.ne 80 ch.in. w.*.l to P-"
wmmenement.  nc-nl  XxiesX*
Data ol location aiat July, 1911.
Pub' AU'' "��� r*mm
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol QsM I
lalanda . *.���,,������
Take nolle that Aurtln M. Bj��S ����g ���
Rupert, occupation uddler, InternU *���>''%'���,,
th.  Chl.l   CommU>lon��r   ol  Lawn  an.
for a licence to prospect lor co.l ���"   "'' . j ;��� !.
I.um on and under th. following �����"
on the Wut Cout ol Gr.h.m Ul.-"; Mw ean
Commencing at a pet nlanted ',ireJ.;T ibenc.
ot the .outhwet corner of C. L. no-*  . r��� ���
80 ch.ln. eut, thenc 80 chslns no in. ��     , ���|
chain, wut, thene 80 ch.lu ����-������' "* ���"
wmmenement. ..   ,,,,,,,,%*  locsX*
Date ot I .oration, Slat July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict of QnM
Tak. *��� - * ^"-'" *"���"����� *���' ���
file Clii...   ,  ...........  ...,.���,���."    .
licence to pro.poct lor coal, oil ami I".''"''   ,M V**
under the following doacribed land" on
Coant of Graham laland: .      nM **\
Commencing >t . pet pl"'"1 J.��� 4472 *���!
of the mutheut corner ol C. If I "* ihenceeout"
north 80 chain., thene eut 80 chain\   "   0, ��������
80 chaina, thenc wut SO ch.ln. to l""n
mencment . .,   eanffrf, l*0*
ike nolle th.t Aurtin'M. Hi����"^ >ppw W
��rt, occupation uddlor, Inieno. . (|���,.
Jh(of CommWonerrf^;;;;;;,,,onj��|
I I.ocatad Auguat 1st, 1911.
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Skeena Land Diatrict��� District of Coast Range 6
Take notice that 1, Thomu-. McClymont o[
Prince Rupert, B. <J��� occupation real estate
brokur. intend to apply for permission to purchaae
the (ollowing described lands:
Commencing at a paot planted at the S. W.
corner of pre-emption record 412, thence oast HO
chains, thunce south 40 chains, thence west M)
chaina to ahoro of lake, thonce following shore
of lake In a northerly direction to point of commoncomont; containing .120 acres, more or l-ntut.
Dated Sept. 6, 11*11. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub, Sopt. 9. Erenoat Cole. Agent
Skoona Land Diatrtit���District of Coaat Range 6
Tako neticr that K. ll. U. Miller of Falmouth
Eng., occupation surveyor, intenda to apply to
f>ermission  to  purchaae ihe  following  described
Commencing at a post planted at the N. W. Corner of Lot 4-lut;, thence wost 80 chums, ihence south
20 chains, thence eaat ho chains, thence north 20
chains to the point of commencement containing
160 acres more or leaa.
Dated Auguat Hi, mil. K.  II. G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. p, M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice lhat Herbert J. Mackie of Pembroke, Ont., occupation lumberman, intenda to
���pply for permission to purchaae the following
doscribod lands:
Commencing at a oost plantod on the left bank
of the Zymouollt or Zim-a-got-itx River, at south*
weat corner of Lot 1706, thence northerly, folluwing
the westerly boundary of Lot 1706, 80 chains
more or less, to tho northwest corner of said Lot
1706. thence westerly and southerly, following
the Uift.lmnk of said river, 80 chains more or loss to
point of commencement containing 160 acres
more or lesa.
Located Auguat 19, 1911.
Dated Auguat 21, 1911.    HERBERT.J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. C laments, Agent
Skoena Land District���District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that I, George Klme of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, intond to apply
(or permission to purchase the following described
Commencing at a poat planted at the aouthweat corner of Lot 2287, thence east 80 chaina,
thance south 40 chains, thence weat 40 chains
thence south 40 chaina, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement
eontalnini 480 acrea more or leaa.
Dated July 15, 1911 GEORGE KIMK
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowoll, Agont
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notlc* that I, Peter Larsen of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot 1729, thence aouth 80 chains,
thence west 40 chains, tbence north 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 15, 1911. PETER LARSEN
Pub July 25, 1911. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
Skeena Land District���Disuict of Coast Range V
Take notioe that 1, Aaotph H. Chrlslianaon of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation attorney-
at-law, intend to apply for permiasion to purchase
tha following described lands:
Commeneing at a post ptanted about one and
one-half miles (1 1-2) northeast of tbe head of
Trout River on the weat aide of Lakelse Lake,
and about 6 chaina from the lake-front, ihence
aouth 80 chains, thence west 60 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenoe east 80 chains to point
of commencement*
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agenl
Pub. July 25.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 5
Take notice that R. F. Miller of Tipton. England, occupation farmer, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the [ollowing diacribed
Commeneing at a post planted about 60 chains
weat from the N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, thence
north 40 chslns, tbence weat 20 chains, lhance
south 40 chains, thence east 20 chains to the
point of commencement containing eighty acrea
more or lasa.
Dated August 19, 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agant
Skeena Land District���District of Cout Range 5
Take notica that Frank S. Miller of I**-ndon,
Eng., occupation civil engineer. Intends lo apply
for permission to purchaso the following deacribed
Commencing at a post planted at tha N. E.
Corner of Lot 28, thenc? north 20 chains, thence
weal 20 chains, thenc* south 20 chains, thence
east 20 chsins lo point of commencement, containing 40 acrea moro or leaa.
Dated Auguat 15, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
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This Is a little Bection of the paper, which from duy 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 its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
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Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
|H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
[Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
MeeU in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
[All members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
17a*   Qolss*   Lot In Section 5 with
rOl    dalC.   61 foot frontage at a
bargain.   Close to Fulton Street.
Wanted to Trade:
Improved property in Sectioc 1 for
resident property.
For Rent: Furni,hed ""rt
(20 a month.
ment    Good view.
Fire, Lift and Accident Insurance
NOW is the time to buy a lot or two in
Fort George on easy plan. Please
call for information and free maps.
One more lot on Summit avenue at $500.
Good terms.
Money to Loan.
Pattullo Block.
Farms For Sale
J. P. CADE. N. G.
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
160 acres, $20.00 per acre
160 acres, $10 per acre; 320 acres
$10 per acre
153 acres, $12.50 per acre
Sk*nn. Und Dislrict���DUtrict ol qur��n Charlott
Take noli��� lhal Auelin M. Brown ol Princ*
Kuprri. saddler, InUnda lo apply to th. Chlol
I'ommia.lonrr ol Laada .nd Worka (or . licnc
to prospect lor coed, oil .nd petroleum on .nd
under tn. lollowln. deecribed Und. on lh. Weal
Coaal of Graham laland.
Commanctng at a poat plantad two mil*, eaaat
ol lh. north***! corn*r ol C. L. No. 4.7S th.nc*
80 chain, aaat, Ihanea 80 chain, aoulh, lhanc 80
chain. *��*.<. thenc** 80 ch.ln. north to poinl ol
D.t. ol LocaUon 3 l.t July lull.
Pub. Aut. 17.
Skena Und Diatrict���District ol yucen Charlott.
Taka notlc that Austin M. Ilrown ol Princ
Hup*rl, ..(l.llrr. Intond. to apply to lh. Chlat
CommMonef ol Unds nnd Vtorka (ur a licnc
lo proMi****! (or c-D.1. oil .nd ia.ir.-l.um on and
under In. lollowln. described land, on th. We��t
Cout ol Graham laland:
Commmdni at a poit plantod two mil*. eaa*t
ol th. northeeat corner ol C. I.. No. .478 th.nc*
.outh 80 chain-, thsne wnt 80 chains, lhanc
north 80 chatna, th.nc* lest 80 ehalna to point ol
 '���'''lam M. BROWN. Ur-to,
Located -ll.l July. mil.
Pub. Atlf. 17.
Skene Und Dlalrlct -Dislrict ol Quen Charlotu
Take noUe that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
Rupert, oceupelion eaddler, Inleods to .pply
to lh. I'hirl Commissioner ol Unds sri.l Work,
(or . licnc lo prospect lor co.l. oil end petroltum
on and usVlsr tn. lollowln. des*rtb*d l.nd. on lh.
Wert .'out ol liraham Island:
Commenelns at a poet plaate.1 two mile .Ml
o( lh. .outheeat corner ol C. L No. 4477 th.nc
at) chaina north, thene SO ch.in. east, Ihrnc mi
chaina .outh. lhanc 80 chaina wet to point ol
commencment. ..   _
AUSTIN  M   BROWN, Locator
lauded .11.1 July, l��ll.
Pub. Auf. 17.
Skena Und Diatrict���DIMriet ol quen Ch.rlott
T.k. notlc th.t Auatin  M   Rrown ol Princ
Rupert. ...Idler,  inland, to .pply to ...��  t lu.l I ���
t'ummlsalonsr ol Unda and Works lor a licnc
to prospect lor ooel, oil and MH on .nd |
under the lollowln. da*CTll**d l.nds on th. Wet |
Coasl of Graham laland:
Commencini at a pet plantod two mile est
ol the aoulh*. I corner ol C. I. No. 4477 tn<-ne
hU ch.ln. weet. thene 80 ch.in. north, th.nc 80
chaina eaat, theme 80 chain, eulh to point ol
Locatod Slat July. 1(11.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skena Und Dbtrict���District ot Quen Ch.rlott
Taka notie lhat Auatin M Brown ol Princ
Rupert, occupation uddler, intend, to apply le
the chief CommUaioner ol Und. end Work, for
a licnc to prospect lor cai, oil and petroleum
on and under th. following described landa on the
Wet Cout ol Grehem Island:
tlefinnln. at e poet pl.nted thre mile est o
th. northeut corner ol C. L No. 4474 thonc 80
chain, est. th.nc* 80 chsins soulh theme 80
chsin. wet, the-nce 80 ch.ln. north to point ol
Located Auruat Iat, 1(11.
Pub. Aut. 17
Stripes and checks are tre*
mendously popular, ;-.itl mir cut
today shows an effective after*
roop gown of l.l.'ck rnl while
checked messafine. Thc checks
run lii;\s on skirt and froi t of
high-waiited bodice. A flat collar
of accordion plaited white chiffon
trimmed with narrow velevt rili-
lioi> oiiilii'i-s the rouril yoke of
lp.ee. Across ,hc fror.i ;���*. the
bust lire is a band of Chinese
embroidery, in beautiful wistaria
shades of silk, and a heavj white
cord ar.d tassels finishes wain
Combining   Embroidery   with
All Materials is the Fashion
Combining lace or embroidery
with other materials is a feature
of ihe season. I. is an effective
fashion, verj striking ar.d becoming. The lace or embroidery forms
a tunic or makes the upper pari
of the skirt and the lower part
of the waist. Filet or more heavy
lace, or even a close mesh of
Valercieri.es, is most effective over
black or colored satin. A model on
���.his order that has attracted favorable attention has a wide fold
of deep cerise Batin on the over-
skirt which falls over a secord
fold, and again a third fold fur-
pishes the bottom <>f the skirt.
This same model in black instead
of cerise is very smart, as well
as still another rendering of the
same design in a flowered ai d
plain soft finished taffeta. Al-..
ii has been made successfully ir
a flowered chiffon with  Liber,>
Voile, Chiffon, Marquisette
Voile, chiffon, marquisette���
.here is a ceaseless repetition of
iheir popularity ihis season. All
transparent materials, ard surely
there are many more than wen
ever known before, are in constanl
demand, and such charming results are achieved il is nol remarkable ihai ^dressmakers and
customers are alike enthusiastic.
Woolen (lowers on the sheerest
frocks have conic into unusual
importance. They are circular
disks of crocheted work, gathered
ii to p. centre and in many sizes.
The smallest oris a.re one inch In
diameter and are used with embroidered stems on the edges of
sashes. Large i.,-es form patches
of color on the bodice or girdle.
Sardine Salad
Cover a large plate with lettuce
leaves, lil.it n them come over the
edge of the dish. Take any kind
of boiled while fish lhat has beer
"left over" and pick inio small
pieces,covering the lettuce, leaving
a narrow margin; split six sardines,
taking out the bore and lay them
on the fish, the heads to the centre
and spread around to form I
tlisk; put a little parsley in the
middle of ihe dish, al the heads
and on the fish; between each
sardine put B generous teaspoonful
of mayonnaise, slice a. lemon r.i-d
cm each slice in half and garnish
the edge of the fish, the rind King
on the lettuce.
If we reject reciprocity now,
wc reject it for this generation,
at least If we accepl ihis reciprocity pad. we take il on trial
and can throw ii over one year
from now, two years from now.
or ten years from now or any
lime.���-Calgary Albertan.
How It Feels to Fall One Thousand Feet
Aviator Who Escaped With HU Life Describes His Experience
I, 8. Ilerriaon ol Princ Rupert. B. C. broker
���rive nolle th.t on the fifteenth d.y of November
1(11, I Inlend to .pply to tha Water Commlaaioner
at hi. ofllw In Princ Rupert, B C, for . licence
lo Uke .nd ue thre cubic fet of water per econd
from McNeil River In Sken. DUlrict. The w.ler
la lo be taken from the atrem about four mile
above th* unction with the Skene Rive and
U to bt* ueed on Ut 440b tor domellc and *e"
cultural purpee. ^^ |1ARRI90N
Sept. (.	
S.cond Av., Prf��<�� *"***"* BC'
I, g. Harrison ol Princ Rupert. B. 0 . broke
��ive notlc lhat on the fifteenth day of November
mil I Intend to apply to the Wat*r Commiaaioner
at hl�� offle In Princ Rupert, B. C, tor a licnc
u. take and ue two cubic let ot water per aea-ond
from the Wet Fork of MeNell Rive In Sken.
Diatrict. The water ia lo be uken from Ihe atro.m
about one mile from lu unction with NrMell
River and i. lo be used on Lot 1405 for dometic
and aplcullura. P��l*~ _��� ,,ARRI80N
Sepl. 9.
...Whites Portland Cement.
Phone 125       felei Block       Second Ave
Arthur Stone th�� aviator who
fell Into Ultra Michigan wiih his
aeroplane from .��� height of more
than 1000 feel narrowly escaping
death telll how u feels to drop that
"My first thought Waa when I
���aw no uigs in sight and the
norm coming on/' said Stone.
"I'll be. I won't gel home tO dinner
In time. Flinnj , isn't it, when one
is facing death, but lhal was my
first thought.
"My next thought was, Tvc
got to swim because (hose mutton
heads won't  see me.    I acted on
that second thought and paddled
the water al  a  rate  that   would
have done credit to an old lake
"When I slop to think how close
I came to poor Johnstone's irafcic
er.d it makes nuMpiake.
"I first noticed that something
wm wrong when with my machine
afttr I had made the first turn on
the second lap. About two miles
OUt I pulled my controls. They did
not work.   I pulled and pulled.   I
was drifting oiT the course Into
the hazy mist over the water, and
then I concluded my end had
"I pulled frantically at the
controls again and that time tiny
responded. Instead of making the
left turn as I wanted to, the machine darted Up Into the sky at *
terrific spcid. I was going OUt
past the line.
"I knew it was running wild.
"I   kept   pulling   ihe   controls
and trying to come back to earth.
Then suddenly something happened tO the controls. I felt the machine turn and then speed like
an arrow for the lake. I tried to
turn it tiiil first but couldn't doit.
"The I saw the lake water. I
seemed to be coming Up to me. I
wasn't afraid. Again I thought of
Johnstone and his being dragged
down beneath the water. In the1
few seconds' time I was falling I
did a thousand and one things. I
held my hand over my face ���'- d
stood Up in the cockpit.
"When the machine WM 80 feel
from the water I dived head firs.
and away from it. li hit about
the same time I hit with a grca;
crash. I had (tn a life preserver
and was able to keep afloat until
the tugs canu."
Skeenu Laml Diatrict -DUtrict uf Cout Kunuo V
Tuku notice tlmt Jom M. Tullmun uf Cmlttr
lUpidit, town, uccupution lawyer, inti'iids to
apply for psrntlllon to purcliu.t*�� tliu folluwing
duacribud lumla:
Com muti ci ui; ut u pust planted un thu Houtherly
ahoru of Kutzymuteen Inlet un the rinlit bunk
uf u small Hirt'um tluwinu Into uld Inlet juat euat
of Crow l.al I*, Tliuncu auuth UU chuina, thuncu
went 20 chuina moru ur less lu thu ahoru linu of
Crow Luke, thuncu northerly und easterly following thu ihON linen of Crow Luke, thu Inlet
to Crow l.akn uml KuUt-yniuteen inlet to the
placo uf commencement, cuntuininu forty ucrus
more or leaa. J-ocuu-tl August 7, I'Jll.
Datud Aug. !), 1911, JESSE) M. TAIXMAN
""ub. Aug. 12.
Skeona Land District���Diatrict of Cout ���������*��*.* -���
Take   noticu  thut   Suruh   K.   Alton   of   I'rlnco
Hupert,  occuputiun   nurse,  intenda  tu  upply  for I
fiurmiaalon   to  purchuau  the   rolluwlng   duacribud I
Commencing ut u nost planted ut thc Northwest cornur   MU  chuina cuxlerly ^lightly  north)
from tho nuriheust corner of  l*ot  lltli (llarvuy ,
Survey) Coaal District, Kange V, thuncu KU chuina ;
eut,  thencu  BO  chuina auuth,  thuncu  -10  chaina
weat, thuncu   IU chuina nurth, thuncu   H*  chaina
weat,   thencu  4U  chuina  nurth  to  poat   of  com-
mencement contuining .���-������ ucroa mure or luaa.
Dated June 14, I'Jll. SARAH K. ALTON     j
Pub. July 16. Frud Uohler, Agent ,
Skeena Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Coaat Rango ;.
Take notce thut l.infurd S.-.-..-I1 Hull ot I'rincu
UupiTi. 1), 0*| occupatiun locomotive onginuur,
Intonda to apply for purmiaaion to purchaao the
folluwing daacribed  Uml-.
Commencing at a poat planted on tbo north
bank of the /.Imugulit*. Kiver about throe (-.) '
mili-s dUtant (upsiruum) in a weaterly directum
(rom the junction of thu Littlu Zlmogotltx Kiver
uml the main Umogotit*. Kiver, thenco north 4U
chaina, thenco woat 40 chuina, thenco aouth 4U
chains, tin-net- uaat 40 chuina to poat of commencement containing lfiU acroa more or lutw.
Dated Juno 7, 1911. LIN FORI) SKWALL HELL
Pub. July h. Geo. R. Putnam, Agent
Caaaiar   Land   Diatrict���Diatrict   of   Skeena
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to apply for permiaalon
to purchaae the foUowing duaribudr landa:
Commencing at a pust planted on the ahore
In a northorly direction from Port Nulaon Cannery
marked L. F.'a S, K. Corner, thenco 20 chaina
north, thenco 20 chuina wumi, thenco 20 chaina
south to ahoro lino, thonco along tho ahoro to
point of commencement, containing 40 acrua moru
Datud Juno 10,1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July s. J. M. Colllaon. Agent
Skeena Land Diatiict -Diatrict of Coaat Rango V
Tako notice that I,  Peter  Kricknon ot Prineo
Kupert, laborer, intund to apuly tor pormiaaion
to purcnaae tho folluwing duacrioed landa:
Commonclng at u post planted on tho north
bank of WUliama fruuk where the railway right-
of-way croaaoa and :i chaina back from tho crook
bank, thenco aouth 30 chains, thonco oaat 40
chaina, thence north 30 chaina, thenco west 40
chaina to point of common-foment.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Frud E. Cowell, Agont
Skoena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range V
Take notice that  I, Juhn  Evenaon of I'rlnco
Rupert, laborer,  Intend to apply for iiormiaaion
to purchaae the following deacrih-ed landa:
Commonclng at a post planted at tho aoutheaat comer of Lot 4415, thenco north KU chains^
thence eut GO  chatna,  thonco aouth   n*  chaina,
thenco woat 60 chaina to poinl of commence men I.
Datod July 13, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
BkMM Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ot Coaat Range V
Tako notico that I, Honjamin A. Fish of Towner,
N.   D.t  occupation  merchant,   intond  to  apply
for pormiaaion lo purchaao iho following duacribud
Commencini at a post planted nn the eaat
boundary and about Itvo cnaina from tho southeast corner of Lot 44K4, thonce north '-11 chains,
thenco east 30 chaina, thonce aouth 60 chains,
thencu ��ust 30 chains to point of commencement.
Dsted June 24, 1911. HENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cuwull, Agent
kcena Land District���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take   notice   that   Stanley   Green   ot   Prince
Rupert, II. C, occupation minor, Intenda to apply
tor permlsaion lo purchaao the following descritwd
Commencing at a pout planted 40 chaina south
and 40 chatna west of the northweat corner of
Lot 1733, LakeUe VslU-y, Dutrict ot Coast Range
l>, thence west 40 chatna, thunco aouth 80 chains,
thenco eaat 40 chains, thence north bO chaina lo
point of commencement.
Staked .tune 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July l... Locator
Skeena Land District-District of CmUr
Take notice that I. Thomaa Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter. Inteml  tu api-'v
for permission tu purchase the following descriU
ed land.
Commenciwr at a post planted about one milu
south frum the mouth of Kails creek and aliout
life) feet back from the beach, thence Ml chains
north, thunce 40 chains weat* thence Hi chains
aouth, thence east 40 chaina to point of commencement, cuniatninc 320 acres more or less.
DaifO July Tth, 1011.    Charlea Webster Calhoun.
Pub. A��� *.   6th. Agent.
Kks-ena Land District -District of Coast Range V
Take   notice   that   I,   Paul   Hagen   of   Prince
Rupert, laborer, intend to apply for pormUstoa
to purchase tbe following dnwnU'd landa:
Commencing at a post planled on tho nonh
bank of WUliama Creek about 60 chaina south-
oaat from R. K.. thenco aouth 40 chaina, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thenre
waat 40 chains to point of commencement.
l>ated July 7. 1911. PAIL HAGEN
Pub. July 2t>. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Ranffe 6
Take notice lhat Percy M. Miller of Prince Ru*
pert, B.C., occupation CivilEngineer. Intenda to.
apply for permission to purchase the following ,
described lands:
Commencing at a post planled on the left hank i
of McNeil River at north west corner of lot **���"*
R. V., thence e*��l��t chains more or less to westerly boundary of timber limit f45 (old number
*i���*.!���'.' thence northerly following sakl westerlv
boundary nf limlier limit *'*t chains mor** or less
to north west corner of MH timber limit, thence
wr��terl>- 20 chains more or leas t" left bank of
MrNnl River, thence southerly folkmine aald
left hank of McNeil River ��> chains more or leas
tot>pfnt of commencement, containing H9 acrea
m0"��"~' PfcllCY M. SUA
K. 1'lexm.n. Auent
|>.te June I*... ICII
I'lll,   J.,l,- l*.��. l-.-ll
BkMna Lsad Hintrict
Diatrict of ''������:.**i. Hnngi' 5.
Takf notice that Wm. Francia Nichol*
���on, of l'rimi' l:up. 11. II.C, occupation
locomotive fireman, inlentl tn apply for
permiaaion to purchaae the following
deacril-ett Inntla:
CommenciiiK at a poat plantctl on the
north l.ank of the Zinvo-ifot-iU river,
about two milea up atream in a weaterly direction from the junction of the
little Zim n*K��t-iU river anil the main
Zim-o-Rnt-iti river, antl marked Wm.
Kranria Nicholaon'a aouth-eaat corner,
thence north 40 chaina, thence weat I"
chaina, thence aouth 40 chaina more nr
leaa to ahore line of river, thence eaat
40 chaina more or leaa along ahore line
of river to |*oat of commencement, containing KU' acrea more or leaa.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
Geo. R. I'utman, an<*nt. '
Dated July 17, 1911.
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avsnue.
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
of llrlliali Columbia of HC. Ontario, See-
em! Manitoba H��r.. katchewiin   and Al
berta llara.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office- Bxobun block, corner Thlnl avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., U. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denOil oueratlons skilfully treated. Ga. and
local anesthetic, administered for the pelnless extraction of teeth. Con.ulUtiun free. Olllce. *.
Helirerai.n Ulock. Prince Ruuert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson a.A,.     W.E.WIlllam.,B.A.. L.L.D
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. 0. BOX 2a
Third Avenue also Water Street,
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th St*
English and American Billiard*.
Twelve Tables SECOND AvB.
WHOLESALE and retail druggist
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 530
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of I'i ah: Wllriek. Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
====E.   EBY   ��&   COJfiSH
Kitiumkalum Land For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Rupert Lcde**, So. lit. Son. of
Ens-lend. meet, the flr.t and thlnl Tueadaya In
��� a. I, month In the Sun. of Ens-land Hall. 2nd Are.
at - p.m.
T. V. CLARK. H*e..
P. O. Box -I.*  Prinoe Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President, Bo. 23
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Betwecnn7th 4 Hth Sta.    Prince RuP*rt
Funeral   Director aad   F.mbalm.r
Pun*ral  Director.
.: I Ave. near .-lh St. Phon. No. M
Windsor Hotel
Newly I iirniehe.1 and
Steam Healed Room.
PO. BOX 37
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngnun's Home
Spring Beds, clean White SheeU 25c
Room* 50c
Hotel Central �� ft'tilli
Kurotteen and American plan, steam
heated, m-nrlern conveniences.   Hat*-*
I1.i��M.iU V-in-TiUy. :
Notice to Creditors
Two Five Dollar l.ilU to
lie given away lo bright
Imy*. S.*.' Mr. Mtinr...* at
the N.'WB ullioe.
Laurier and larger markets.
[Takp Notice that all creditor* of H. H.
! Morton  are  required  to  send In their
I claims  properly proved  In  accordance
with thc Creditor*' Trust Deedi Act,
to Williams 4 Manson,  solicitors for
the Assignee, on or before the 21��t day
of September, 1911, after which date
the assignee will proceed  to distribute
the estate among the creditors,
One Mail Carrier Falls Twenty
Feet at Windsor and Breaks
Both Legs.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Sept. Ll. -The first
aerial p.'*-. was inaugurated on
Saturday, when two monoplanes,
carrying some half million packages
flew from Her.don ... Windsor,
lighting in tlu* castle grounds.
Aviator Hubert, one of those
carrying the mail, fell twenty
feet and broke both legs. The
mail li.it;> softened lii> fall.
Fully two hundred thousand
letters have been sent since- Sat-
urday l>> ilu* aerial post.
Watchers Waited for Wariest of
Birds  in  Georgetown  Bay
Sinin- one is smiling at the
waterfront this morning over a
grt-.it bird story brought in by
a certain hunting party. In tho
small hours last night armed to
tlu* teeth with long goose guns
they stole forth on a certain steam
vessel tt) pursue the wary wild
goose. Grey fog stole along with
them anil enveloped them in its
filmy folds. Siill they stole on
till they came to what seemed
to them in the iiti>i a likely spot
for the shy bird ihey sought. All
night they waited gun in hand
on the qui vivo for geese that
came not. Morning dawned. The
mi*-;*- rolled away, and with glad (,.*')
surprise the party found them-
selves right under the very shadow
of the houses of the Georgetown
Lumber Mill. Rumor hath it
that their leathered spoil for the
whole night's work consists of
three white plumes obtained from
an Indian. Particulars of ihat
wild goi.M.* chase may be obtained
round the G. T. 1'. Inn. (Ground
tutor entrance from Centre Street}.
Two   Lots   on   Third   Avenue
Bought by Local Investors
Pattullo -.V  Radford have just
completed a ileal on Third avenue
..f Lots 10��� lo, Block 18, to local
investors for Slti.OOO.   The prop
eriy was licit! by J. Fred Ritchie.
For Race for Gordon Bennett
Cup in October
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 11.���
Entries have been closed for the
Janus Gordon Bennett international balloon race, which will
siart from Kansas City, October
S, Nine balloons are entered, the
pick of three nations ranking
highest in the ballooning game.
The contestants will be���The
United States, Lieut. Frank P.
l.ahm, Captain John Berry and
William Assman of St. Louis;
Germany, Lieut. Voglc, Ingeniur
Gericke and Freiherr Von Pohl;
France. Emile Dubonna, Alfred
Leblanc and W'elby Jourdan.
Two balloons have been entered
to contest for the Lahm cup. which
may be won by any baloon es-
tablishing a new record in the
Timed States. The balloons in.
ihis contest will be the Kansas
City II.i piloted by Captain E.
H. Honeywell, and the Topeka II.
Three British Nobles Would In-
truduce It Here
Prescott, Ont., Sept. 8���The
Duke of Sutherland, one of the
wealthiest landlords in Scotland,
accompanied by Lord Desliorough
and Lord Charles Beresford, has
passed up the St. Lawrence river
in the Duke of Sutherland's seagoing yacht Catania, on the way
to the Great Lakes. The duke
had purchased large tracts of
land in Alberta, Saskatchewan
ind British Columbia, for the
purpose of establishing tenant farm
if the English sort in Canada.
Lady Mountaineer
Miss Dora Keen of Philadelphia,
.he mountain climber, arrived at
Keenncott, 194 miles from Cordova
having failed in her attempt to
side Mount Blackburn. 10,040
feet high. This peak has never
lieen conquered. It is situated
on lhe north side of the Chitina
Valley in the Alaska range, To
reach the mountain itself a succession of ridges must be crossed,
and after these have been surmounted preiipitous walls forbid
tin* ascent io the summit.
Popular Pastor Returns
In the Empress Theatre lost
night Prince Rupert Prosby-
terians luul tli^* pleasure <>f hearing
again iheir own popular pastor
Rev. I". W. Kerr win. has just
returned from his vacation and
course of study al Chicago. Everybody Welcomes Mr. Kerr back to
tin* city. II.* i�� plessed at the
progress shown on the new church
Major Morris Preached
Largi audiences gathered in the
S. A. Citadel at .-ll services held
tlii-   ,\..k   end,   to   hear   Major
Morris from Vancouver, Today
Major Morris i- going up river
along \wili Ensign Johnstone .mil
Iii- officers estimating the Army's
victories -ir.*.* Iii-. last visit.
! Oarsman's Training Stunt
"I'i.tie Jerry"  felt  the need of
exercise yesterday, so lu* took
Mrs, Kugler l"r a spring in a
rowboai twelve miles up Tuck
Inlet i.. iluir summer rami).
Explosion of Gasoline Set Vessel
on   Fire
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
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Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Plate Glaus
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.-Houm. and Rental*.
���I ^������^|l^M'**^ll��-***l��*��*-ll*^IMfcll  *��ll**a**.ll ta* II1*! 1^
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Sept. 11.���Vancouver lost two games to Spokane
yesterday, making it even on
the series. Other teams broke
even in double headers.
National League
Pillsburg 4, 2; St. Louis 1, 7.
Cincinnati 0, Chicago 2.
New York 4, Brooklyn 4; called
in ninth.
Boston-Philadelphia;   rain.
American League
Boston 2, Philadelphia 0.
Detroit 2, Philadelphia 0.
New York 5, Washington 1.
Cleveland 9, St. Louis 2.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Brorherhood Crescents v. Empress Maple Leafs, Auditorium,
Tuesday. SeptemW** 12th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
26 cents.
Liberal   Rally
There will be a liberal rally
and smoker tonight at 8 o'clock
in the Liberal committee rooms
in the interests of "Ross and
Reciprocity." There will be addresses by prominent speakers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart,
of Foley, Welch & Stewart, returned to their Vancouver home
ihis morning.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York. Sept. 11.���Fourteen
nun were drowned by sinking
of the schooner Whisper off the
Nicaragua coast Sunday according
irt cable here. Explosion of gasoline let vessel on fire. Sailed
from Philadelphia.
Mrs. Trcmayre and two children were passengers or ilu* Prince
George this month g.
Case of Wife Murder
EtKX, Ont., Sept. 11.���(Special)
-Mrs. George Reid, wife of a
prosperous farmer, wa- found dead
iii bed this morning, with lu-r
face terribly smashed with an
axe.   Her lui-b.ir.l is missing.
Joseph Was a Dead One
An Indian named Joseph Innea
wa- found on tin- wharf yesterday
-I. paralyzed with liquor that a
Ham had to be called to haul
him to the dty jail, where he
wa- dumped. He was still dazed
this nv.rrirg when Magistrate
Carss fined him 8--I and costs.
Winners Saturday Night
(lul.  11    <",. ('. Iviiimer-.ii'.
(lull 12 Fred James.
Club 13 J. I.. McLaren.
(lul. ll T. Dame.
('lul. 16 s. Hamblin,
Club 10���A. (',. Cray.
Stocks are Recovering
New York. Sept. 11 .���(Special)���
Following the lead of the London
market today New York started
on a rapid recovery and C. P. R.
gained three and half points out
of six lost Saturday in this morn-
Ing's trading.
Vote for the Lilicral party because under Liberal rule Canada
luis made marvelous advancement.I
A launch party including Mr.
H. Robinson of the Rupen Merino
Ironworks which made lhe .rip
to Metlakatla in the l.-ui cl- Blue*
bell last night was [ogDOUl d there
all night. Several Other pleasure
parties were caught in the fog
after yesterday's outh gs.
George Foster's Game
George E. Foster was i omit. .nl
in Nortii Toronto Isal light, at tl
Tin*  Mail  and   Empire  says tint
In* declared thai reciprocity would
kill .ill the home markets,   Aid
il waa for thi- ploicy ,hat Foster
struggled snd wrote up till a few
months ago. What a contemptible
political fakir!-  Hamilton Times.
The vsomen of France are rioting
in protest agiiir-1 the high c. ;*t of
living. Here the Tory organs
assert they are against the removal of taxes on food. Bui
assertion is not proof The lioi st -
wife who has to buy on a fixed
lioiisckct ping allowance knows ihat
untaxed food will be die; per than
taxed food.
Money to Loan        j
'"����*-��-��a*^__%4_��������.���_.-a��. a���..a^aa-aa**>
Muney to Loan on Prince Rupert Real E,tate.
Agreement, of aale bought.   P.O. Box ��53.
**���.**.,** .IS���M,^��� a��,,.**a...a.ia*.,aa.. aa..a*.**h
Help Wanted
Wanted general servant.   Apply to Mr,. L. W.
Patmore. ail-tf
Boy wanted at once to learn the printlnn* tr.de.
Apply New. Olllce.
Bur Wanted-Apply at OnM'l Drug Store. 198-tf
S*ii . in imian
For Rent
Lror iveni \
���i I���. iT-a .. a ii i -. i ~    *
Fumiihed houae, cor. Sixth Avenue and Young
St.   Modern in every re.pei-t.   Phone S3 or call
Pattullo. Kadford.'
Furnished rooma with bath. Special rate, by
th.weelt.   Talbot Hoiua. 166-tf
NeaUy Furni.hed rooms, gentlemen preferred. -
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Majeetic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma, Mra. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hall. 2nd Ave., for
Daneee, Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellla, Box 869 or phone 68. 186-tf
For Sale
For Sale-Lot 5. block 27. aecimn ��. *3W. Apply
P.O. Box 106 203-206
For quick aalc. lot 33, block 17. section 6, facing
two streeta. Prlca $6S8.75. Terms 1560 caah.
Balance one year. Ail-Jri��� * immediately Box
U Daily News. 200-206
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house, household roods. Near Prince Kupert. A map If
uken at once.   Address B.\ 3GS. tf
A^ill'^ll*-***tM'^ll*^ll*-Mtl*��s>l''��l'^'1^ ****s***Vm*****u%
j Insurance \
OUR Companiee are noted for prompt and juat
settlements. W�� write every known claaa of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and lnsuranca Co
Wanted -Cheap lota In aecti m 7 and -*.   If price
is right will pay caah.   P.O. Box 106.    206.111
Wanted.���Cleaning and pressing, dreeamaklng,
plain aewing, children's saw ng, repairing and alterations���Mens' and ladles' ^arraenta. Canadian
Cleaning ***\ Pressing shop, KJ - Third Avenue,    tf
Comfortable furnished apartmenta for lady or
Brut.man roomer, at moderate terms. In
atngle apartment, or convenient suite, for
housekeeping. Splendidly furnlahed with all
modern convenience, hot and cold w.t.r. etc.
Apply Mrs. J. 1. Root***, the Bulkier Block.
Sixth Ave. and �� -ll",*.   PHone 178. tf
SEALED TENDERS .ddraued to th. under
.lined, snd endoned "Tender lor Wharf and two
Appro.che. at Prince Rupert. 11. C," will be
received at thia olllce until 4.00 P.M.. on Mondsy.
September 2&. 1911, lor the construction of a
Wharf and two Approach., al Prince Rupert,
Quarantine Station. Digby laland, B. C.
Plana, .pertflcatlon. end lorm ol contract r.n
be eren and lorm. ol tender obtained at thia
l)**.artement anil at the olBcea ol C. A. Keefer.
Km- . Iiiatrlrt Kngineer. New Westmlneter, B. C,
and on application to the Poatmutera at Princ.
Rupert and Victoria, B. C.
Person, tendering ar* notified that tenner.
��lll not he considered unleaa made on the printed
l.*rm. supplied, and .igned with their aetual
���Itnaturea. anting their occupation* .nil pl.cea
ol residence. In the eaM of llrm., th* .ctu.l
signature, the nature ol the occupation, and place
of residence cl each n.i-nilier ol th* lirm mu.l b*
K.ch tender must be .ecomp.nled by an
���ccepti.l che.iue on . chartered h.nk, payebl*
to lh* order ol the Honourable the Minister ol
I'ubllc Works, equal to un per cent tlo p.e.) ol
the .mount ol tender, which will be lorl.il*.!
II the pe-reon tendering decline to enter into .
contract when died upon to do ,o, or fail to
complete Ihe contract. II the tender be not
accepted the rl . -,u.  will l*e returned.
The Dwmill���I does not bind Intsell to .ccept
th. lowest ul sny lender.
By order,
Department ol Public Worka,
Ottawa, Auguat 26. 1911.
Newspaper* will not be paid lor thte advee-
llaemcnt ll they Insert It without authority Irom
the I'. -partmi nl.
Sept 9-16
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only :*.i
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FUOMK 301 P.O. BOX Nil
Baggage, Storage and Forwarding Agents.   For
Riga or Motor Car day or night
taventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
Poles Wanted.
Tendera wilt be received by the undersigned up
to5 p.m.. September 18th. for the supply and de-
liven' in Cow Bay ot 200 CEDAR POLES. Specifications may be seen at Telephone office, Third
Tender must be accompanied by a certified
cheque, or cash for 2 par cent of the total amount
of the tender, and muat be on form to be obtained
from the City clerk.
The 1 invent or any tender not necessarily accepted.
206-6 City Clerk.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
$2200 buys a lot in section 1.    This lot
cost $1750 at the sale two years ago.
Lot 25, block 28,   section  5,   for  $650.
Good terms.
Lots  15  and  16,   block 4,  section 5,
$1200 each.
Double Corner on 8th Ave.,  sections
for $1500.   Easy terms.
Two Lots on 6th  Ave.,  section 5 for
$1800.   Good terms.
Lot on 6th Ave.,  section 8 for $1800.
Easy terms.
140 feet on 8th Ave.,   section  6,
with terms.
60 feet on 6th Ave., section 7, $1200.
Lot 43,  block 3,  section 7 for $650
$200 cash, balance $25 month.
Double Corner on 6th  Ave.,  section '
for $1050.
Lots on 11th Ave., section 8,  for $100
down and $26 per month.
$250 Cash and $25 per month will buy a
four-room house anil lot in section 6.
If you are paying rent investigate
Stock in the Prince Rupert Building
and Investment Company, Limited, offers a convenient medium for the investment of large or small sums In
Prince Rupert Real Estate that is
being improved and is income produc
ing. Stock $10 per share. Write or
call for prospectus.
McCaffery & Gibbons
The Big Furniture Store
Main entrance 2nd Ave.; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
7. W. HART
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Coltart's
olg Fted Store. Market Placa
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
WM. T. KERGIN, M.D., President DAVID H. HAYS, /,/ Vie. p
M. ]. HOBIN. 2nd Vice-Pres. and Manager '"'
JAY KUGLER, Secrelaru-Treasmer C. B. PETERSON. Ass'i.-Manail���
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Lands and Ml
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Estate      Esciow Agcnis"'
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agenl
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes *~n
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 percent, nn Deposits
We will be pleated lu answer uny Imiulrie. remtrdlnK Investment. In Prlne. It,	
and Northern British Columbia. <uw"
The  Continental  Trust  Compan}),   Limited,   r^l'l'��2^''
A First Class Restaurant & Rooming House
Fully equipped and ready for business���A low price
for a quick sale.    Apply
Canadian Loan & Trust Company
3rd Avenue   Mclntyre Block
Sid. Sykes, Manager
The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to-date Hotel in Vancouver.
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
1142 Pender Street West
Phone 8500.
Vancouver, B.C.
t*-*-***��<M>��.t����������.>����.>ki*..��it*Mi * ��s��MiskMi��k��aMk��ki4*ii* g
Tbe Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares 0f Btoc*a; Bt 2Bc per share;
l-ar value 11.00. These share, are going
"luiclily and will ��K,n be ofT the market     -.    |
Bad handwriting is often used
to cover a lot of poor oithorgaphy.
An old liroom with B riw hired
girl attached may also sweep clean.
Hope is synonymous with the
| wag of B dog's tail whet' he is
waiting for a bone.���Fn m the
Chicago NeWI.
In the County Court ot Atlin llolden .t Prince
Kupert In the M.tter ol the "till.rml A,I
minl-u.t'.r'a An"
In the Metier ol the E.tate nl Dur.n P. I.itlmvlch
deeenaed, Intestate.
laiaaoiaaaawaaaaaaM waaaa w i ���
TAKE NOTICE that by order ol Ilia Honor,
.t.i.lr... Younl, made the ll-t day of Austiat, 1911,
1 waa appointed Ailmtnintr.tor ol the E.tate ot
th* aslil liuran 1*. laSthovleh deeeaeed, an.l all
par.l��� hevtne rlelma aitainst the Mid F.atat* sre
hereby r*qu!r*d to Inrwsrd asm* properly verified
to me on or h*lor* the :10th d*y ol September,
l��ll. snd .11 the parties Indebted to the sst<l
K.lat. are required to p*y th. amount ol their
Indehledn*** u, m�� lorthwlth.
DATED the (th -lay ol R*pt*mb-n, Ull.
JOHN II.  M.-Mltl.I IN,
omeiel Adn,lnl*e.r.l~.
SEALED TENDERS, .ddreawd to the under-
Mined, .nd endoned "Tender lor Public Hull-linn.
Chilliwaclt, 11. C." will be received at this office
until 4.00 P.M., on Wednead.y, September 20,
llll, lor the conatructlun ol . Public Bulldlnr.
Chilliwack, D. C.
Plant, specification and lorm ol contract can
be seen and lorm. nl lender oht.ined at the
offlce ol Mr. Wm. Henderwn, Rwident Architect.
Victoria, U. CL at the Poat Office, Chullw.ck,
B. C. and at thia Dep.rtm.nt.
Person, tendering .re notified lh.t tender, will
nol be considered unlea. m.de on th. printed
lorm. .upplled. .nd .igned with their .ctu.l
.Ign.turea, stating their occupations .nd pl.ee.
of residence. In the cue o( firm., the .ctu.l
���iin.ture. the nature ol the occupation, and place
ol residence ol each member ol the firm mu��t
be given. , -    .
E.ch tender mutt be .ccorhpanled by an
accepted cheque on a chartered hank, payable
lo ne order ol lha Honourable the Minister ol
Public Work., enual to ten per cent (10 p.c.1 ol
the amount ol the tender, which will b. lorfeltcd
it the perton tendering decline to enter Into .
contract when called upon to do ao, or tail to
complete the work contracted lor. II the tender
be not .ccepted the cheque will b. r��turn.d.
Th. Dep.rtment dra. not bind Hm" to adept
the loweat or any tender.
By order,
Department ol Public Works,
Ottawa, Augutt K0. 1911.
Nowtpapert will not I.a paid (or thi. adv.r-
ti.ement il tl.,y Inaert it without authority Irom
the Departmcot. Sept. 9-16
For row boats and launches
telephone 3U0 green. Davis'
Boat Houne.
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
TS Tf sit la Inline,,.
Capital and  Reserve Over $7,300,000
Business Men's Banking
Money advanced to finance your
Local and foreign Drafts bought
aud sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
Letters of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfers issued,
payable in all the leading Cities
of the world.
Prince lluperl Braaek -
S. ���. LONG. Maataaer.
When in  Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
Finest Cafe in H.C.     European Plan.     Rates $1,00 to $2.50 per day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
Vancouver, B.C.
Wrsrsrs* VVV*WVVWVW*^*'**^*>*^*>1-^A*��****A********>**A*��>***i"
Two lots, Block '.U, Section 5, corner
with two fronts, Seventh avenue and
LotI'iniere street. Price $2600. $1000
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
���WW,   Price $1.00.   $400 cash.
One lul, Block 20, Section 5, Sixth avenue. Price $l.i<*>5. $800 cash. Fine
view lot.
One lot, Block 27, Section 7, Eighth
avenue.   Price $2M7.   $250 cash.
Two lots, Block 12, Section 7, Ambrose
avenue.   Price $1000 each.   $800 cush.
Two lots, Block -111, Section Seven,
Ninth avenue. Price $750 pair, one-
half cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two  lots,   Block  :l,  Section  8,  Tenth
avenue.   Pries $70ll pair.   $200 cash.
Two story house, 7 rooms, 4 rooms upstairs, U rooms downs tain, painted,
kalsomined, newly linished, fine view-
on Ambrose avenue. Price $2625.
$1000 cash.
Five room house, water, plastered, papered, large basement, on Ninth avenue.   Price $18110.   $1000 cash.
Four room house, comfortably furnished,
hot and cold water, bath and telephone.
Hays Cove Circle
Five room house, water, papered, plastered, large basement, Ninth avenue.
Price $22.50 per month.
Stores on Second avenue.
75 x 100 feet on Third avenue. Good
Five and ten-acre tracts for garden
trucking at Kitsumkalum, only $65
per acre.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
For all occasions can be
purchased from our up-
to-date stock of   :    ;    j
Watches,    Jewellery   and
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Walch  In.peclor.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue
SkMna Land Dittrict���Dittrict ol Ijuern I'tatlott
lalanda *l
Take nolle, that Austin U. Bro��n ol Prion
Kupert, occupation aaddler. intendi lo ��;;-.-
to lh. Chiel Commissioner ol Landa and Hake
lor a licence to protpctft lor coal, oil and petroUste
on and under the lollowlng described lsnda on ite
Waal Coait ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a pott planted three n.ilee tux
ol th. toutheaMt corner of C. L. No. llu "�������������
weal SO chaini, ihenco north 60 ch.in.  ll.et��
Mat 80 chains, th.nc. south ��0 chain, to pumt��
cummcncem.nl. .......
Located August Iat. 1911.
Skeena Und DUtrlct -Ditlrlcl ol Queen Charlott.
Tak. nolle, th.t Austin M. Bro��n el PnMj
Hup.rt, .addler, inlands to apply I* Hw' *m
Commissioner ol Und. and Work, lor a IksMJ
to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum M tn? ��M��
tho lollowing deecribwl land, on lh. %m I W**
liraham Island: ,
Commencing at a posl plantod three mil*. It"
tho M)utheMt corner ol C. L. No. Mil tl*.""
chain, we.1, thenc. SO eh.lns north, tnmce ��
ch.ln. eul, Ihenc. SO chalne touth lo point ��
commoncem.nL fcOTm M. BROW. U-*
Loc.t<d Auguat lit. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und Dlalricl -Dittrict ul Queen CLwrlotta
lelatide , ���,-_
Tako notice lhat Auttln M. Hro*n * IW"
Rupert, occupatiun saddler. Intend, to jpl'l; '"J"
Chiel CommUaioner ol Und. and WWWJfJ
licence lo pro*p*cl lor co.l. oil ud tS*******
���nd under the lollowlng de.cnbe.1 l��n-U ����� "*
Wat Cout ol liraham laland*.
Commencing at a poet Blamed II ni
ol the northeut corner ol C. L We. .
nurth 80 chain., thence mi w) '"*'','��� "^'j
���outh SO chain., thence west HI) ch.in. m I*"" "
cummanc.n-i.nt.   ^^g^fcgl
Located August 1st. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Ch**
laland. , .,....*
Tak. nolle, th.t Au.tin V'i^V' , !���*
Rup.rt, occupation taddler, Intend' \\'\*2l��
th. Chiel CommUaioner ol Ui.d- IM *VS*r
a licence to protpMt lor coal, oil tn.i I ���' ��������" M
and under the lollutslng dsJOlMo I
Wesl Cout ol liraham Wand: fl   ^
Cummenelng at a pott nltnlod tnre. i���>��nM
ol th. northeut corner ol I. L. r*�� ���,, J J,,-M
80 chalu. WML thenc. 80 chain, no  11. < ***** j
chain, eut, Ihence 80 ch.ln. wuth to P����
commenc.rn.nt.   ^^ M   BJK)WM| ymx*
Located August ltt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict-"'-"''*-* *tQam*
: imi.
-DUtrict ol :i��
Tako nolle, that Auatin M.
ol tf**
Intendi u
Rupert.   B.   Ca   occup.tion  gsMhr. BMJ J
���pply lo tb. Cblel CommUtio ... ��_ '-��� ei S
Works lor a licenc. to profP"1,'"'', '��oibid
petroleum on .nd under "ho '"""'i'," J
land, on the West Cout tlOjW """jg.eut
Commencing at a pust plant.-.. "- ,|;s Ihng,
ul the northeut curner ol C. >������������", ,],,��. W
80 chaini aouth, thenco 80 chnin-i m ���     )nl 0|
chaint north, th.nc. 80 chain. *r�� xo X"
commencement.   AlJgT,N M   BROWN. ******
Date ol Location Slat July, Ml*
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeen. Udd DUtrlct-pUtrlct ol Que, n t W'
W?*1 -an ol g*J
Take noUe. th.��. Auitln M.(JJ["
^^Wesa^u^ul G^ham W��d.       g- **
uttln H. "*,",,,.ply u
Rupirt, occupation uddler, Inlend' '''/fcork.
the  Chiel   CommU.lun.1*  ol     ��";' ?".������ pelro-
lor . licence to prapect WL*"*1"S
loum on and under th. lollowi'II
no ine ivati ..nana .,. ...-.�����- -   ,   .    r mu**- ���-*
Commencing at a post pi���1"1;"",!,, thang
ol the HuthwMt corn.i ot C. Je. no. ,,,����� n
80 ehalna eut, thence 80 chaim ��'<<**>���, point ol
chain, wast, Aenco 80 ch.ln. touth
commencment. AU8-,N ���_ imiittS, I**"
Dat.ol LocaUon, Sl.t July llll-
Pub' Au��- "' ,,,���loti��
Skeena Und DUtrlct-pUtrict ��' *****
I.landt 0| rnn��
Taka notlc that Auttln H.JWZ ,nply *
Rupert, occupatiun uddler. Wjn���. B0,l, to j
the Chief Cummitalunor ol U' ��� ��" ���|,uni ��n ����J
Hence to pro.pect lor coal, oil ��' , ,��� lho ****
under the following deacrlbod l.ndt
Cout ol Graham Itland: ,   h��� nMl"5
Commencing at a t**fr\*Ts^jSSS*
of the toutheut cornor ol I
north 80 chaint, thence ea��i
811 clmln'
chains, thenc weat 80 ohamt to P��
mencement. ,       ,
1 ...rated Augutt ltt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.


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