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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a. m.,
Nov. 18
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II. NO. 264
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, November 18, 1911.
Price Fiv** Cents
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IBONAR LAW ANNOUNCES
A RETROGRADE PLATFORM
| Canadian Leader of the British Unionist Party Wants
a Tariff, is Against Home Rule, and in Favor
of Retaining State Church in Wales
iCanadian Press Despatch.)
London, Nov. 18.���Bonar Law, Mr.
(Balfour's   success    made   his   first
speech ns Unionist leader to an liniment! audience at Leeds last night.
He* referred to the Canndlnn elec-
ftloni 'ii t landmark In lhe world's
���history. He said (lint whatever
I qualifications lie possessed for thc
���leadership of tbe Unionist party
11.11111- from his Canadian origin nnd
I early life In the Dominion.
He came out boldly for tariff reform, against homo rule, nnd agalnBt
the disestablishment ot the State
supported Church in  Wales.
Ladies Plan Entertainment
The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
Church will hold a sale of aprons, home
cooking and candy at the church hall,
4th Ave., on Tuesday afternoon and
evening, Nov. 21, from 8 to 10 p.m.
Tea will be served.
j HAZELTON SILVER LEAD ORE
SHIPPED VIA RUPERT 1912
| Harris Mines, Ltd.,  Propose Extensive Development
Operations on "American Boy"���Calculate on
Shipping 400 Tons Picked Ore by Next Fall
GOLD NTKIKI*: XK.tit NOME
Ten Outfits Are Xow Haul tit Work
on Oregon (reek���Good Pay
Diit Reported.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Nome, Nov. 18.���A good gold
strike has been nintlc nt Oregon
Creek, nenr here. Ten outfits are
now at work. All arc producing good
pay dirt.
THK MAVOItS DEPART,
Union   of   II.   ('.   Municipalities   to
Meet .Next Vein- al  Revelltoke.
A.-TIII IS H.IWKKS COMING.
Man Who Engineered! the "BrlOili
Horn" Cry Is Made Supi-i im lent
of Immigration.
(Canadian Press Deipatch.)
Ottwa, Nov. 18.���Ardnir llawkcs,
of "British born" fume, and now the
newly appointed superintendent of
Immigration, left lasi night on a visit
to the west. He will go through to
British  Columbia.
FRANTIC MOTHER'S DEED.
.Mrs. Qarroway Killed Hereelf with
a Revolver ut Xew Westminster.
Prom Hazelton on their way to
Vancouver for the rest of the year,
tht- brothers Hugh and Duke Harris
nl mining fame passed through
Prince Rupert yesterday. Interest
.own lieli.iv Is likely to centre soon
In lhe mine with which they are
ililefly concerned, "The American
Boy " This mine consists of a group
ni claims extending over 400 acres
nn I'm, Nine Mile Mountain, and all
siimmcr the development work has
been going on.
The veins, of which there are four,
hare been stripped ou the surface
fur long distances with most gratl-
f.li.g results. The veins are from
nnc to five feet broad, and reprc-
a.-ni an unlimited store of commercially valuable ore. This group of
inuii'H was never offered for less
it in 11 .".n,nno bond, and a company
>��� now Incorporated under thc name
of tin- Harris Mines Ltd. to run them.
Cnlil tallies In the ore of the three
relni represent $2.50 per ton. Other
nre values give $80 per Ion.
It Is calculated that with �� small
.tew of, say five miners, and a cook,
working through next yenr about 400
ions of picked ore can be ready for
shipment by December, 1912. By
that lime It Is fully assured that
lhc O. T. P. will be running lo Hn-
re-lion and Ihe ore ran be shipped
out lo Trail smeller or, perhaps, by
urealer good fortune for the Const
district,   (loose    Bay   smeller,    via
I'rlnre Rupert. The opening up of
further and richer ore bodies still Is
proposed, and shipments up to 1,500
tons nre calculated muy be made by
(he spring of 11113. This looks like
the forecast of the long promised
Hazelton mining boom, which will
lie about due when the through linking up of the O. T. P. draws within
reach.
When the veins above the 1 oil-
foot level arc opened up It Is estimated that there will be available
In the two win.*- upwards ot ten
thousand tons of ore averaging
$93.48 per ton, 89.2 ounces of silver
nnd 28.7 per cent of lead. Calculations have alrendy been made regarding the shipment of the ore to the
Trail smelter. The Trail smelter figures at $14.50 per ton for shipping
in tier cent ore from Prince Rupert
and treating It.
Il Is estimated that for $4 per ton,
ore can be sorted and sacked at the
mine, for $3 per ton lt can be packed up to lhc rails my means of the
new Provincial Government road,
built at a cosl of $10,000 this last
fall, while about $2 per ton Is estl-
watcd ns freight charge for every
ion of ore from Hnzclton to Prince
Ituperl. Willi the high grade ores
accessible on (he "American Boy"
group lhc mine ran be most profitably worked, nnd lha Intention Ih Io
carry on the enterprise with nil possible vigor.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
New Westminster, Nov. 18.���Mrs.
Garraway a resident here, has shot
herself dead with a rusty revolver.
Her body was found by her little son
lying In a pool of blood at her home
yesterday.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Victoria, Nov. 18.���The Union of
B. C. Municipalities will meet next
year at Revelstoke. The officers
elected are: Mayor I'lunla of Nnnu-
Imo, president; vice president, Mayor
Lee of New Westminster; secretary-
treasurer, Reeve Bose of Surrey;
executive, Mayor Hamilton of Revelstoke, Reeve Weart of Burnaby,
Reeve Dick of MISBlon, Reeve Pound
of South Vancouver, Reeve Mc-
Naughton of North Vancouver, Alderman Enrigiu of Vancouver and
Mayor McNeish of North Vancouver.
Kvchiiiigc Grill ltrt>pi-��K.
On Monday, November 20 the
Exchange Grill wll reopen under the
management of Messrs. J. S. Car-
michael and C. W. Embleton, who
will welcome all old patrons as well
as any others who like good things
to eat. The place has been thoroughly overhauled and rcnovnted and
everything put In first clnss condition. By courteous treatment nnd
strict attention to the quality of foods
they Intend to make their place one
of the best In the city.
Now is the time for your winter
Overcoat. We have thc goods to
please you. Sweder Bros., Custom
Tailors, Helgerson Block. 4t
A GRUESOME PAROBLi
Mail Clerk Ki.iiiui Package ('..iimiiig
....  Infi.nt'N Hotly.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Montreal, Nov. 18.���A gruesome
discover wns made nl the post office
today when u clerk In sorllng out
parcels discovered the body of n mnle
Infant wrapped In cotton In one pnr-
cel.
FEARFUL  WRECK  ON
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC!
Two Trains Met in  II, ml,,,, Cailllslon
Near Butte���Four of the Crews
Killed.
Unite, Nov. 18.���Two Northern
Pacific train inei In a head on collision nenr here lust night. Pour of
the trainmen were killed. The
wreckngo caught fire and the bodies
of the victims were badly burned.
I.IK I*:  IIOItllKVs.
V.ltiii    SM    Kill's    Cabinet
Si,in,-     Sin-pi js,-s     nn.l
Suspicions.
I'.l.ltllills
A11.Uses
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Pekin, Nov. 18.���The personnel of
the new cabinet called by Yunn Slit
Knl hus crented some surprise, ll
Is believed he Is conspiring to defeat
the rebels, und that the , al.hu ' will
not  remain long In office.
MISSING PARTY ARRIVES BY S.S. VENTURE
Thirty-five Surveyors and Timber Cruisers Many Days Overdue on  Naas���Had an
Adventurous Trip by Trail and Canoe.
HOUSE OF COMMONS
OPENED AT OTTAWA
Ottawa, Nov. 18.���The iwelfih
I'.rllamenl of Canada was opened In
���lata yesterday by II.R.H. the Duke
of Connaught. The weather was superb. The dazzling sunshine fell on
n mnntlc of snow lhal covered lhe
ground. Thc military ceremony wns
'���irrlcd out with precision.
There was a large attendance of
noInbllltle8. The speech from the
Throne outlined thc lcglslnllon previously forecasted. The following
Hie opening of the House a committee was named lo Btrikc off some
of the standing committees. These
will probably be reduced, ns the unm-
hcr is too large. The House adjourned till  Monday afternoon.
TEN MONTHS' IHTI.IHNG.
By the Venture today arrived
the survey party of thirty-five
sent out in the early summer by
Messrs. Gore & McGregor of
Victoria, which has been anxiously awaited at various points on
the Naas for ten days or more.
During the long wait on the
Naas River, owing to the impossibility of getting boat communi-
catiok with Mill Bay, the party
ate out their grub supplies and
were reduced to Indian fare of
hard tack and dried salmon. The
whole party came down the Naas
with Indian pilots in three large
dugouts, but when the flow of
ice grew thicker the Indians refused to go farther than Greenville, and here the party had to
wait.
Against the advice of the Indians H. P. Rutter, Chief of the
party, with B. Stirling, A. Fraser, A. Stormerson and E. Mauch-
line took canoe and endeavored
to make Mill Bay. This party
was five days missing from the
rest of the party and was almost
given up for lost. They experienced icy weather in the open
dugout and had a perilous passage down the Naas.
The others were brought  to
A NEW METAL HAS BEEN
DISCOVERED IN B. C.
It is Whiter Than Silver and Promises to be of Great
Value���It is Called Canadium in Honor of
Canada���Large Quantities in Kootenays
I Canadian Press Despatch.)
Nelson, B. C, Nov. 18.���The most
Important discovery made In British
Columbia for many years Is ihut of a
new in..iui announced by A. G.
French, the eminent Kugllsh chemist who early In the present yenr discovered (hc cxtBtenrc of platinum In
the Kootenays.
The new metal belongs to the platinum group and Its existence was
never   before   known.     II   hns   been
called Canadium, In honor of the
Dominion. It is a white metal, valuable In jewellery for the setting of
gems, lho reflecting surface of mirrors, for search light!, instruments,
etc The metal occurs pure In seml-
cryatalllne grains In ihorl rods half
ii millimetre long and a tenth of a
millimetre wide. When burnished it
Is more lustrous than sliver or any
other of (he white metals. H exists   In   large   quantities.
PARTY OF LANDSTAKERS
AREAJVEEK OVERDUE
Launch Rover is Sent Out to Look for Any Sight of
Three Young Fellows- Expected That They
are Safe Enough, but Stormbound
There is another party of land-1 Mrs. McRae is ill in the hospital,
stakers for whom the provincial (having just come through a ser-
police are looking now, although ious operation, and one of the
it is expected that like the Mc- chief objects of the trip is to get
Kinnon and Cornish party that the boy back for fear lest his
they are safe on Porcher Island i mother might be worried into a
and will return soon. relapse over him.
The party is composed of Donald     McLeod.   J.   McRae    and        Storm-Stayed Surveyors
Angus McKenzie, who left in a     News reached  the  city   this
launch twelve days ago to stake \ morninjr that the party of thirty-
some land at Welcome Harbor on ��� five surveyors and timber cruis-
porcher Island.    They were pro-: ere who were storm-stayed  at
visioned for a week's trip, and
are now nearly a week over due.
It is feared that the young men
had their plans interfered with
by the storms last week, but as
they had guns and ammunition j
Quill Bay, on the Naas, had secured boat for Rupert and would
probably arrive here soon.
Two Bandied ami Thirty Thousand
Hollars Caah Value of Hiiprre'a
Residential and lliwlnca* House
Orowtli.
During the past ten months according to the figures of Building
Inspector Mclnnis' returns, lhc vnlnc
nf buildings In Prince Rupert for
which permits were Issued Is J"*"
about 1230,000. This Is a pretty f"lr
record for what are supposed lo hive
been duller months than usunl in �����
dty, but If the cost of the new City
Hall and Fire Hall were ndded UM
figures would bo $260,000 nt Icusl.
Permits arc not formnlly Issued WT
civic bulldlngB, which Is a loss to the
records of the building Inspector.
A lilAMoMi ROBBBBV.
|8,000   Package   Left   In   -�����*"�����  tnr
Safety Vanlih-i al BeatUa.
(Canadian Pit" Despatch.)
Seattle. No*. 18.-TI.rce thousand
dollar! worth of diamonds nnd Jewellery were stolen from an auto   ns
night while the occupants slopped at
the railway station.
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Work Hcgiin on I'lainlng "' ��** *****
Building  on  i:vc..v..l<-'l  Site.
A ,tart mmTmiAa yesterday on
the construction nf the new C ty
Hall. For some weeks the ittsftf
B building bU ***** ��J��J
ready but the energies of the M��
in,.' architect!. Mr. Ullcy of HHH
Munro 1 ��S��. *f Mr WgjJgJ
bcP��� concentrn.cl on tho Fire HSlh
:������.��� Is making ~*^J*
*"' ". rr"C    "I'e filie? h-'v   ��0��
It Is not known definitely
���,e  present  bulldlM   ����<"1  �� "J
T    P   reserve  may   hBVI  lo  be
V .  '  The  iilans   provide  for  I
vacated.     The   P ��������    ' ,th
commodious munlc P    *��JJ w
SSSSsBw
ell chamber. 	
g^afmrn,  ChtaSWS*   *#***   at
Wallace's.
ITALIAN SOLDIERS WERE DRUNK
WITH BLOODSHED AND FURY
Francis McCuIlough, a London Newspaper Correspondent, Leaves Tripoli, Unable
to Stand Horrors of Massacre of Arabs���Lays Blame for Horror on  the
Order of Gen. Geneva to Kill All Suspected of Having Borne Arms
London, Nov. 18���A cable from Malta from Francis McCuIlough, a London
newspaperman, who accompanied the Italian expedition to Tripoli as special
correspondent for London newspapers confirms the reports that the Italian
soldiers under General Caneva were guilty of inhuman excesses.
The atrocities so affected Mr. McCuIlough that he was unable any longer
to bear the sight and horror. Surrendering his passports to the military authorities he has quit his job, and is now returning home. He says that the
subjugation of Tripoli by the Italians is impossible, and that the atrocities
were committed in a spirit of revenge at their impotence to make any impression on the people.
He says that for four days after the engagement of October 23 the Italian
soldiers engaged in indiscriminate slaughter of the Arab population under Gen.
Caneva's sanction. Caneva first issued a general order to shoot all Arabs
found with arms, but only when caught by troops in charge of officers. The -
troops complained that numbers of Arabs had hidden their arms and had resumed work as innocent husbandmen. Thereupon Gen. Caneva issued another order, to shoot all Arabs who could reasonably be suspected of having
New Metlakatla Wharf
The new wharf at Metlakatla
with them they will be well able I is nearly complete. All the piles
Mill Bay by the launch Shrimp I to live on the land. This morn- J are driven and about another
which managed to make the trip,! ing the provincial police charter- two weeks it is expected will see
and got aboard the Venture none i-d the launch Rover to go in it finished.
the worse of their experience,     search of the party.    Constable 	
Forsyth is in charge. Miss Barbeau is having a re-
As the young men hod arrang- duced sale of Millinery, corned to get a trip over on a launch,,' mencing Monday the 20th. All
and a trip back, it is quite pos- novelties and trimmings at a
sible that they are merely de- j great reduction.
layed   waiting for a launch toi 	
come over to the mainland. See Howe A McNulty for the
The mother of one of the boys, j famous Kootenay Ranges.
MINERS ARE LAID OFF
AT GOOSE BAY MINES
borne arms. '
Incensed by the loss of their comrades, the soldiers began shooting every
Arab they could find.   Behind the Esparto grass factory of the Bank of Rome
lay a native village containing 50 to 60 inhabitants.   A soldier was fourd shot
in that vicinity.   The village was thereupon burned to the ground and all the
inhabitants butchered.
The soldiers were literally drunk with the blood they had spilled. All the
systems of intoxication characterized their practice and conduct. They had
flushed faces that come from alcoholic symptoms, bloodshot eyes, unsteady
hand and complete loss of self-control.
McCuIlough, whose statements are corroborated by Reuters correspondent
and two others, states that altogether 4000 persons were butchered, including many women and children.
The correspondent says that previous to Oct. 23 the Italians treated Arabs
with the utmost kindness, and that it is only fair to say that many Italian officers who looked at the affair calmly afterwards deplored it.
When  the   Venture  steamed
into harbor this morning from
Goose Bay the rumor was passed
round   that   there   was   labor
; trouble at the mine.   She had 75 J
men on board, and the fact that
'Chief  Owen of the  Provincial!
Police met the Venture was taken as evidence of disturbance.
However,    the   men   had   been
paid off because there was no
work for them.   Some of them
mentioned that the  snow  had
stopped work.    Most of the men
landed here and may wait over a
boat or two.      A considerable
gang of men   remains  at   the
mine.
PREMIER S NEW 'MANAGER
Son Arrives  for Mr. and   Mra.
Henning
Today the staff of the I'remier Hotel
are welcoming n new manager in the
tiny person of a little son born to Mr.
nnd Mra. Kred Henning. Mr. Henning
is an old timer here, very popular, and
congratulations are many and cordial.
Mother and boy arc doing exceedingly
well.
ANOTIIIIt  CAMOSI.X  COtll.Vd.
Slater  Ship  to  lhe did   ll.-llal.li-
lllllll    ((ir    lli.aeaaull/   ( ll|||p|ll.) .
A new steamer Is enroutc lor
Crime Kupert for lhe northern
trade, lhe Clielohsln. biilll at ll.-l-
l.i i for the I'liie-n .-,..,*i, *,r11 i'iiiii-
.any of Vancouver. This steamer,
which Is similar In type lo the Camosun, will be used In the romlilneil
service of llic Union Steamship Cii'ii-
pany and thi lloseowllz Company lietween Victoria nnd the Nans and
way ports. She will nlt.-rnnlc with
(ho Venture In a weekly service.
Tin-  I'll)   Of  ll.
K   Is  a   painfully  and  expensively
���uggeatin fscl ii.ni while iiriiish Oo*
In in lm.  pntnloes are winning  11,000
priiei in competition with the whole
continent o( America the province
liner, not produce mora- (han one-
(cnth lhe amount cons.lined. We
have to Import luhurs from Wisconsin, Washington, California nnd olher
���im- and on every bushel brought
In n duty of 2*i eeiits Is taxed ngalnsl
tin- iiiiisiiiiier Thus Is the Irony of
fnte  rubbed  In,     Victoria  Times.
A Malicious Hoax
Yesterday the Daily   News  received
nn anonymous communication announcing the engagement of a popular young
lady of Prince Kupert  to a  gentleman
in Calgary.   Being anonymous, It was
very properly consigned to  the  waste
paper   basket.     Its   publication   elsewhere  has  caused  annoyance  to   the
I young lady and  her  parents.   The un -
I'antoriutn Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.   nounccment wns a malicious hoax. THE DAILY N'EWS
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Saturday, Nov. 18
MH. ENGINEER, THIS IS TOO HAD.
A year ago, there was a big gang of men at work with tools and derrick
and dynamite, blasting away ihe hill at (he junction of Second Avenue and
Eighth Street. Thousands and thoiiisands of tons of rock were removed
at great expense and dumped down to level upjtbe fill ��n Second Avenue.
The residents breathed a sigh of relief when the job was finished.
Today, If you will walk along to the corner of Second Avenue and
Eighth Street you will see a gang of men and a derrick at work again.
This time they are lifting up the heavy rocks that a year ago the contractors were paid large sums of money to dump there. The explanation
Is that "a culvert has caved in."
It is reported (hat It will take the gang four weeks to remove the rocks
to reach thc broken culvert. After that a contract will have to be lei
to some one to build a proper culvert, and alter that a gang of men
and a derrick will be employed again to replace tbe rocks (hey are now
removing.
The News has no wish to hurt (be feelings of (be City Engineer. bu(
it would be lacking In Its duty to the citizens if it failed to ask him If
that Is (he sort of work he Is paid by tbe city to perform. Tbe culvert
was of the simplest kind of construction. It was of the box-iype, and
would be labelled exhibit "A" In a "Child's Book of Engineering."
Remembering the great need there is of money for the development of the
city, lt is as much tn sorrow as in anger (hat the citizen*, look upon this
piece of inexcusable bungling.
Perhaps the City Council will take steps lo Inform the public how many
of this type of culvert have given way so far. and how many more there
are buried beneath the streets of the city.
It is too bad to see public money wasted In this way, without a word
of protest from the Council.
CHI.Vt'S POOH LITTLE IXTAXT RULER
i.Nebraska State Journal.I
A motherly world will noi read the manifesto of the 5-year-old Emiwror
of China without a hearty desire to take him on his lap. wipe his eyes and
give him a cookie.    "1 have reigned three years, and have always acted
conscientiously In the Interests of the people." says Hunn Tung.    Yet what
can we expect of a 2-year-old child, however conscientious? Of course, he
was deceived, as be says, on railway matters.    Few men are sophisticated
In railway matters at the ate of 5.   Of courae. officials sent out to reform
things turned embettlers.   It Is generous of the lad to say that "all these
things are my own fault." but we shall refuse to believe him.    Rather lt
should be the unanimous sentiment of the world that he be consigned to
tbe S. P. C. C. till this trouble blows over.    When China elect*, its first
president, the world ought to insist tbat nobody be chosen who is not
at least seven yean old.
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liui flie paramount need was to sue
Deed. The extraordinary and, to him,
quite Inexplicable, change ln eondl
tlons which be had studied during tortured hours passed on the bridge ol
the Falcon or the Trinity tender, mad*
It possible to remain longer In tin
vicinity of tha rock than he had dared
to hope. Therefore he knew* it wat
advisable to adopt the certain meant
of communication of lhc 'hrown ropi
In preference to the uncertainty of his
own power lo reach and climb the ladder.
Flinging out his right arm, he motioned to the men in the lighthouse]
to be ready to heave a coil. The wind
was the chief trouble now. but he
must chance that.
������ Vast pulling." he yelled over hit
shoulder ss a monstrous wave pranced
over the reef and enveloped the column
"Ay. ay." sang out hts crew.
tip went tba boat on (he cres( and
a feareome cavern spread before hit
eyes, revislini; the leaweed ("hat dung
to the lowest tier of the masonry, ln
the same instant he caught a fleeting
glimpse of a lofty billow rearing back
from the roekl on the norih.
i'a.'-i n sank thc boat until the door ot
the lighthouse seemed (o bo nil awful
distance away. She rose again, and
Stanhope stix>d upright, his knot
wedged against (he wooden ribs. One
piercing glance lu front and anothel
(o (he rich; showed thai (he antagon
Ism of (hc (wo volumes of water gavt
the ��� -v*,- - i- -. lull.
"Pull!"
The boat shot onward. Once, twice,
11:r.e times, (he oars dipped wiih pre
vision. These rowers, who went with
tluir backs lumed (o wha( might be
Instant death, were brave and stanch
as he who looked it unflinchingly ln
the face.
"Heave!" roared Stanhope to the
white-visag.d se-cond officer standing
in (he doorway far above blm.
The rope whirred through the air
the boal rose still higher to meet it.
and the coil struck Stanhope lu the
face, lashing him savagely in the final
spite of the baffled gale which punj
man had conquered.
Never was blow taken with such
Christian charity.
"Hack!" he cried, and the oarsmen
not knowing what had happened, benl
against the tougb blades. The tug'i
sailors at the drag, though the engin.-i
grinding at half-speed were keeping
them grandly against the race nol
more than a hundred and fifty yardi
In lhc rear, failed for on instant ic
underlined whai was going on. Uul
their captain had seen the cast and
read its si**tilflcsiie*e.
"Haul away!" he bellowed In S
voice of thunder, and. to cheer then
on. added other words which showe.
that he was no landsman.
Sianhope deftly knotted (he light
bouse line (o the loop isken off hit
waist. He cast the joined cords oven
board.
"Thank Gcd!" be said, and hc looker*
up at lhe great pillar already growing
less In the dlston,.*.
Now, from lhe kitchen, owing to in
height above sea level and the thick
neis of lhc wall pierced by the win
dow, u soon as the boat came withli
fifty yards or so of the lighthouse, tht
glrla could see It no longer.
When ll dropped out of light for tht
last time Constance could not . ndurt
Ihe strain. Though her dry tongut
clicked ln her mouth she forced a do
spalring cry.
"Enid." she screamed, "lean oul
through lhe window. It Is your place.'
"I cannot! Indeed, I cannot! Ht
will be killed! Oh. save him. kind
Providence, and take my life In hit
���lead!"
Comtance lifted lhc frenzied girl It
ber strong arms. This was r.o moment
for puling fear.
"If I loved a man." she cried, "and
be were about to die for my sake. I
should count ll a glory to see him die.'
The brave words uttw* Bold somt
measure of comprehension. Yes
tbat was It. She would watch hei
lover ��I.l 1.1 he faced death, evei
though her heart atopped beating
when the end came.
Helped by her sister, she opened
tbe window and ihrust her head out
To her half-dated brain came the ion
aclousness ihat thc sea had lost III
venom. She saw the boal come on
pause leap forward, the rope throwt
and the knol made.
As the boat retreated she caughl
Stanhope's joyous glance. He sn*
her. and waved his l.aud. Something
be said QMMd ihe two rowers, for tht
first time. Iu give one quick glsnct
backward, for they were now scudding
rapidly away from thc danger zone
She knew them: she managed (o send
a franilc r< cognition of all three.
Then, in almoin overpowering re
action, she lirew bsck from lhc win
dow and tear, of divine relief stream
ed from her i ves.
"Constance." she sobbed, "he hsi
saved us! lx>ok out. You will set
blm.   1 cannot."
Vet. all tre-mulous snd breath), ra
she brushed away (he (ears snd strovg
to dlstlnguis'. the boat once more. II
appeared, a laaue blot lo the mls|
thit enshrouded her.
���Connie -in said again, "tell mt
thai alt Is well."
"Yea, dear. Indeed, indeed, be ii
eafe."
"And do you know who came Vttl
him'' I saw their faces���Ren Pollard
and Jlm Bp -i���' In the Unlsy. Yea
It Is true. And Jack planned It wit|
tbem. Th'y hate escaped, and we
loo. will be rra'iied. Il Is Ood's owj
doing. I eeeiiM thank him on my kneel
for the real "f my life."
CHAPTER XV.
ENID'* NEW  NAME
Th". twlsied strands of tough hem|
mliht have been an electric cable ol
utmost conductivity If lis powers wert
Judged bv r- suits. When willing hamli
bad carefully hauled In (he rope until
ihe knol -... li be unfastened, and ttie
���nd aei-nri-, to lhe cord conne<tln|
the gallery with tbe en(ranre, a mat
waa  dMptaihed to  warn   Brand  thai
an was In reedlness ror fhe next step
Tbe rough tailor was the messciigci
of (he gods to those who walled oc
each story. As he ran upwards, climb
ing the strip stairs with lhe nimble
ncss of a monkey. I e bellowed tin
great news to cn.li crowded d:orway
Seelug the girls lns,:'' kitchen, thougt
already his breath was scant, bt
blurted out:
"It's a-1 right, lad I s! He's deni
Ihe trick!"
On (he next landing pallid women.
faces gleamed at him.
"Rope aboard!" In- gasped. "They're
tyin' on legs o' mutton now,"
Yet again he was "vaylatd on tin
floor above. Hard press d for wind
he wheezed forth consolation.
"Just goin' to haul ilu bottled beei
uboard." hc grunted
It would never do to pass the hospl
'al without a word.
"Beef-tea an' port wine swlmmin
here," In* i amed.
llrand was peering through the lantern door, awaiting this unwashed
Mercury, who caught sicht of the
lighthouse-keeper 'er.- his shaggy head
had emerged from thi   well.
The man stopped, almost spent. Hd
gave an Off-handed sailor's salute.
'Haul away, sir!" be yelled, and his
voice cracked with excitement indeed they who remained quite coherent on the Gulf Rock, on the ships, j
and even on the cliffs nine miles awoy,
were few In number and to be pitied
exceedingly. There are times when
a man must cheer ami a woman's eyes
glisten with Joyous uais else they aro
tlabby creatures, human Jellyfish.
The steamboats snorted with raucous
siren-blasts, and although the hoarse
Bhouting of men snd the whistling of
steam were swept into space by the
nonh wind lu Its rage, those on shore
could rend the riddle through (heir
glasses of the retreat Ing boat and the
white vapor-puffs.
The first to grasp Stanhope's hand
when he swung himself onto the deck
of the tender was Mr. Cyrus J. Traill.
"Well done, my lad!" he cried, brokenly.    "I thought li  was all up with
you.   Did you see her?"
"Yes, but only for a second."
"You thought it best not    to   Join
them?"
"You know that I would gladly go
now and attempt It Uut I dared not
refuse the belter way. I can't tell you
what happened. Something stilled the
sea like magic.   Look at it now."
Assuredly the waves were breaking
again st_r.ni;..: (hc pillar with all their
wonted ferocity, bui one among tbe
Trinity House Officers noticed a
smooth, oily | ateii flouting pastt he
vessel.
"liy Jove!" he shouted, "Hrar.d
In '���;������ ,1 you at the right moment. He
threw some gallons of colza overboard."
Traill, a bronzed, spare, elderly man,
tall and straight, with ej*9l set deep
beneath heavy eyebrows, went to Jim
Spence nnd Ren Pollard Wl er-.- ihey
were helping to ailng the Daisy up to
the davits.
"I said five hundred between you,"
he briefly am.ouii, c.l. "If the ropo
holds, and the three people I nm inter-
esied in reach the shor,.* alive, I will
make it five hundred apiece. '
Hen Pollard's n Ihogany face became several In. hi ��� aider. nnd remained so pennani inly his friends
thought, but Jim Spence only grinned .
"Y'ou dcn'i know the cap'u. sir. He'll
save every mothers' son���an' daughter,
too���now he has a line aboard."
Then the ex-sailor, chosen wllh Den
from unii'i.- dozens of volunteers owing to his close s ijualiKaiKe with (he
reef, bc(hough( him.
"You're matin' Uen an' me magnificent, sir," he said, "but thc chief credit is due to Mr. Stanhope. Wc ouy
obeyed orders.'
T.n* millionaire laughed like a boy.
"I have not forgotten Mr. Stanhope."
he said. "I am sure your confidence
In Mr. Hraud will be Justilied. Yoii
watch me smile when I ante up your
share."
On board the tug, and on thc gallery
of the lighthouse, there was no time
for talk. The vessel, with the most
skilful haiidiiin*. might remain where
ihe was for aboul four hours. She
was alreaily more than a hundred
fathoms within the dangerous area
marked by the buoy, and there wat
much lo he* done in tbe time.
The strongest ro|>e, the best wire
hawser, hus Us well-defined limit ol
���train, and the greater the length the
greater (he tension. From lhc buoy
Itself naught save a chain cable would
bold In such a sea. The tug must op
ersie from the nearer base. She was
pitching snd tossing In a manner calculated to dannl anyone but a sailor,
and the slightest mistake made by (he
���kipper, the burly ollsklniii d man bo'*
anclng himself on the bridge wltb
his band on thc engine-room ta*
graph, would snap any line ever
twisted.
So. briefly, thla was the procedure
adopled A at ut rope waa bent emto
that carried to the rock by Stanho|*e.
Willi this was se nt a whip, ihua establishing a tound-fni communlrailon.
The rope llself. when it had reached
the rock, was attached to a buoy and
anchored. Thus. It -could be picked up
easily If (hc (bin wire bnwrer next
despatched should happen to break.
A few words msy cover a vast
amount of exertion. Before the second
line, with Its running gear, was safely
stayed around the body of the lantern
���even the Iron railing might give way
���a precious hour had elapsed, and
Stanhope was Impatiently stamping
about the bridge of lhe tender, though
none knew better than he that not an
unnecessary moment was being lost.
At last a signaler stationed on the
tug was able to ask:
"What shall we gend first?"
And the answer came back:
"Wa(er. milk, bread."
All night (Insmlihs had labored to
enclose   food   snd clothing In waten
tight   cylinders   ready   for  transport,
and tbe shining package! now began
their voyaxlng  from the  tug's trawl
beam to lhe lofty nailery, three fourihi
of the JOttrney being through the sea
When the first consignment reached
the rock, another lusty cheer boomed
from the wad-hlng vessel*.
Stanhope, al least, could picture tbt
.-���.���ne In progress behind tbe grim
granlie walls���Constance and Enid,
.III. others whom he did not know,
serving oul generous draughts tl
thirsty and famished women and men,
helping themselves last, and hardly
jblc to empty the eight-gallon Supply
of fresh wat, r before ihey were called
on lo distribute a similar quantity ol
milk.
And linn, lhe bread. Ihe rooked
meat all on In slices, Hie tinned soupl
ami meal e.tracts, the wines���foi
Traill lad taken iLarge of the cater
ing and his arrangements were lavish:
���what A fca... for p. ople almost ol
<>���. verge of starvation!
The hours flew until the tug signal
ed that she must cast loose and hues l
away from the reef. The tide wat!
running westward now. Soon tht
danger would be active, and ln any
case, the Gulf Hock was saved from!
the possibility of famine during tht
next forty-eight hours. So the hawser,
in Its turn, was buoyed, and Brand'*
parting instruction was not to attempt
to re-open communication during tht
dark hours of the morning tide.
The wisdom of his advice was manifest. With farewell trumpellngs the
vessels sourrtl (I off lo Penzance, and
the telegrapli-oflice was kept open all
night transmitting the word-pictures
of newspaper correspondents to thrill
the world with full descriptions of the
way in which the Gulf Hock's famished
denizens had been relieved.
The last two packages ferried to
the lighthouse contained, no; only
worm woolen wraps for the women
and children, but a big bundle of letters and telegrams.
Pyne was (he postman. There wer-i
at leas( twenty notes addressed to the
girls, and several to Brand, from
friends ashore,
Mr. Traill, of course, wrote to his
nephew end Mrs. Vansittart. Naturally, Pyne carried his own missive lo
ihe kitchen, where he found thst Con*1
Blnnce and Enid had managed to wash
In distilled water.
They were cutting sandwiches and
endeavoring to read their letters at
thc same* instant. He bowed with sarcastic politeness.
"I see you are ready for the party,"
I he said.
Certainly   he   offered a deplorable
contrast  to (hem.    Hla face was en*
I crusted with salt and blackened with
dirt and perspiration.   His bands wera
like- those of a sweep,   but   smeared
with   oil,   which    shone on his coat
I sleeves up to both elbows.   His clothes
were torn nnd soiled, his linen collar
and cuffs limp as rags, and his waist-
: coat was ripped open, having remained
In ihat condition since it caught in I
block as be descended tbe mast.
"Oh. you  |ioor  fellow!"  cried  Constance.   "How you must envy us. Here
ls a kettlcful of hot water.   I can't say
much for the towel, but the soap is ex*
I cellent."
,     Refreshed, Pyne opened his uncle's
litter.    The girls  were keeping.up a
running commentary of gossip.
"Mousie  (Mrs.  Sheppardl   says she
! hasn't slept lor three nights."
"Edith Taylor-Smith says she envies
us."
"That letter you are reading now
Is from Lady Margaret. What doel
she say?"
"She sends all sorts of love, and���
that kind of thing," cried the blushing
Enid, who had just learnt from Jack's
', mother    that    Stanhope    had    a- pro-
' prlated her as his Intended wife with-
| mi' ever a pro|>osal.
"Is that all���In four closely written
pages?"
"Wall���ahe hopes to see me���to see
both of us���"
Constance was too kindly to qul|
her Bister; maybe she saw something
In Enid's eye which threatened speedy
retaliation.
"Here's a note from Ihe vicar. Tbey
have held a special service of Intercession at St. Mary's."
"And Hctlie Morris writes��� Good
gracious. Mr. Pyne! Have you hnd
bad news?"
Enid's wondering cry was evoked by
(lie extraordinary way lu which the
young American was looking at ber.
Some Intense!} exciting knowledge
had mastered stoicism. His eyes were
distended, his lips quivering. He leaned with one hand on the kitchen tabic;
iu the other he had clutched his un-
cle's letter.
Constance stood near to him. Tbat
he, ot all the men sbe had ever met,
should yield to an overpowering emotion, startled her gn ally.
She caughl his arm.
"Mr. Pyne." she said softly, "If���It
is any III tidings���you have received���
we are, Indeed, sorry for you."
Hc pulled himself straight, and gave
Consisnce such a glance lhat she
hastily withdrew her hand, lt seemed
to her ihat he would clasp her In his
arms forthwith without spoken word.
Her notion served to steady him, and
he laughed, so softly and pleasantly
(hat (heir fear was banished.
"Girls," lie* suid slowly "I have been
para, Inr rig through space for a minute or so. I'm all right. Everybody
Is all righl. Hut my head swims a bit.
If I come- back forgetting my name
and ihe place where I last resided, remember thai once I loved you."
He left them. He could not trust
himself io say more.
"Thai letter was from his uncle, I
suppr.-e- ��� said Enid, awe-stricken.
"It must he- something very drama*
! tic    which    would  make him acl so
'strangely.    Why  has  he  run  away?
Was he  afraid  to trust us  wllh his
; news?"
There was a sharp vehemence In
I Constance's voice which did not es-
| cape her sister's sharp .an.
"Connie." said  Enid,   quietly,    "����
���ure as Jack loves me. (hat man ts In
love with you."
"Enid���"
But lhe other girl laughed, with a
(ouch of her saucy humor.
"Why did he look at you In that way
Just now?    Hidn't you think he was
going to embrace you on the spot?
Confess!"
"It was si you he was looking."
"Not In the woy I mean.   He gated
at mc as if I were a spirit.   But wh��n
you touched htm he awoke.   He might
, have been asleep and suddenly seen
you  near   him.    I   wonder he didn't
say 'Kiss me. dearest, and then I will
be sure It Is not a dream.'"
Constance discovered thst she must
defend herself.
"Mr. Pyne hardly conveyed such unutterable things lo me," she said, con-
, sclous thai a' clean face betrays a
I fluBh which smudges may hide. "Have
you had a letter from Jack that you
can Interpret other people's thoughts
so sweetly""
, "No. dear. Jack has nol written.
I have found mil lhe cause. Ills mother expresses lhc hope lhat he will be
the firs' to convey her good wishes.
So I think In- meant to try and bring
thc rope himself. na(| knew It and
, Mr. Pyne. That Is why they did not
tell us."
Constance gathered her letters Into
a heap. The tiny pane of Jealousy
which thrill- d her had gone.
"Eighty-one hungry mouths expect
to be filled lo repletion to-night," she
said. "No more gossip. What curl-
, ous creatures women are! Our own
affairs are sufficiently engrossing
without endeavoring to pry into Mr.
I I'yne'l."
"Connie, don't   press   your  lips  so
tightly.   Y'ou ere Just dying to know
' what upset blm.   But. mark my words,
It had nothing to do with any o(her
woman."
(TO BE CONTINtJEP)
COAL NOTiaB
Skeena Land Uistrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Taka notice tbat thirty days Iron, elate, I, C. tl.
Bainur ol Prince Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tba Cbiel Commissioner ol Landa (or a licence to proapect (or
coal and patrolaum on and under tiio acraa ol
land on Uraham laland deacribed u (ollowa:
Commenelns at a poat planted two milaa nortb
ol C. E. 11. Coal Loaae No. 8, marked s. E. corne
C. E. 11. Coal Laaaa No. It, thence north 80
ehalna, thene** weat 80 chain., thenee aouth 80
cbaina, thence eaat 80 chaina to plaee ol commencement.
Uated Sept. II. 191'      C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. IS.
Skeana Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol gueen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty daya (rom dau, 1, C. E.
Bainter ol Prlnea Kupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to tbe Chiel Commissioner ol Landa (or a licence to proapect for
eoal and petroleum on and under 840 acrea ol
land on Graham laland deacribed aa (ollowa:
Commendnf at a poat planud one mile nortb i
ol C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 10, markad C. E. B.
Coal Leaae No. 15. tbenea nortb 80 chaina, tbenee
weat 80 chaina, thenoa aouth 80 chaina, thenoa
*-at 80 cbaina U place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11. 1911. C. E. BA1NTEK, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlott
Take notice that thirty daya Irom daU, 1, 0. ee.
Balnter ol Prlnea Kupert. li. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lu apply to tha Cbiel Commiaaioner ol Landa for a licence u proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and under bto acrea o(
land on Craham laland daacribed aa lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planud two milea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 10. markad N. E.
cornar C. E. B. Coal Leaaa No. 16, tbence eouth
80 ehalna, thanca waat 80 ehaina, thenee north
80 chaina, thence eaat 10 chaina to place of cum-
ni.neemetat.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeana Land DUlrict -DUtrlct ol Quean Charlotu
Taka noUce that thirty daya Irom dau, 1, C. E
Hainter ol Prinoe Rupert, 11. C, by occupaUon
bookkeeper, intand to apply to tha Chief Commiasioner ol Landa lor a licence lo prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 840 acraa ol
land on Graham laland deacriboi a. lullowa:
Commencing at a poat planud two milea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 17, tbenee aoutb
80 chaina, thenca woat 80 cliaina, tbence nortb 80
ehaina, thenca east 80 chain, io place of commencement.
Dated SepL 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeen. Land Diatrict���DUtriet ol Quean Charlotu
Take nouee that thirty day. Irum data, I. C. E.
ii.int.-r ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund io apply to tha Chief Cod.-
mUaionesr ot Lanela lor a Licence lo proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 840 acraa ol
land on Graham laland deacribed a. toiloen:
Commeacinf al a poat planted twu mile* norih
ol C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 11. marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. I a, thene* aouth
so chains, thenee eaat 80 chasaa, I nance nortb 80
chaina. thenee weat 80 cbaina u, plaee ���l com-
- mencement.
Dalad Sept. 11. 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. SepU 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUlrict ol Quaan Charlotu
Taka notice that thirty daya altar data, I, C. -.
UainUr ol l'nnce Rup.it, |l. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to lha Chie! Com-
niiwionrr ot Landa lor a licence u prospect lor
ooal and petroleum oo and under 840 acraa of
Und on Graham IaUnd deaenbed aa lollow*:
Commencing; al a poal planud two mile, north
olCE.li. Coal Leeae- No. 13, marked b. W.
orrni-r C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. IV, uunee north
80 chain., thenee eaat 80 ehalna. tbenee aouth DO
chaina. ihenn wast 80 ehaina to place ol com-
maoceemenL
Daled Sept. 11. 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
1 Pub. Sapt. 11.
I .Sk.��oa Uad DUtrict -District of Quaaa Charlotu
I Taka notice that thirty ,!���>��� Irom dale, I. C. I.
Hainier of Pnnee Kupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply (��� the 1'hMf Com-
miaaoner o( Landa lor a licence lo proapect lor
.-eaal and petrol-rum oa aad under 840 acres ol laad
on Graham laland dwenbed aa lollowa:
Commencini at a puet planted iwu milea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No.  14. mark-ad S. W.
comer C. E. B. Coal laaaa No. 20, tbeoee north
. aO chain., thenc* wert 80 chaina, thence eoulh 80
chaina, ihence eaat SO chaina to placa of corn-
Bella Coola Land Distrii
Take notico that II. ��_, ,lr,
land, occupatiun iratismu, n'���'. '-'d'l'.ln
permUsion .��� ,��__, th��� ,���,,���.���   '��� tou    *
Commencini! at . ������sl .,;:. , ������'.-ll.���j,.g*
JS-**,"!8 Nl? ca""" "' Loi No ' ',  "'" -hit.
40 chaina, thence wat 5U c  . ��� "'* _S
east boundary ol cannery :,, r" "' l��,
haeaideest boundary fcu" Z*****t
��a  lo .here  lino.   t|llinc..  . ��� ���������* nm J
line euurly 80 chains m,.-, -��"J ,i2
commencement;   OOMslalim   - ���'. .*���" *"*"������ ���(
lea*. -.r-aeas, ftWi
Dated August 31, 1911. ���   ,
Pub. Sept. 30. w��� /v..;, ttOl
Ball. Coola Land Dlalrlct- Dl  .* ,  .,���_,.
Tak. notice thai II. U   , *
land,   oc.up.tion   naUan in,  , ���r",*��1-*. Ii��
for^rmi-ion _ ���_, .���, . u-jjj
Commencing al a post  pl,
-irncr ol Lot 83. thence- i.,, ��� *  I
weat 40 chain., thence south *>uri     **���*<***
lands:
a ���,n.... .,....,���  ,,,  m j,,,
corner ol Lot 33, thence* i,, ���
weat 40 chains, thence souti, ���.��� .
Im to ahore line, thei.c* loll ' ** ."���-�� w
���Met 40 ehaiaa moro or Inu i ' '���' N
mem;  containing 80 c.r,*s. nora       ���''���"���'ora*
Dated August 31, Ian. ,     .,
pub. s-.pt. so. mu,  avi^ag ���
'Bella Coola Land DUtrict-li..-.      , -^
r    Take notice that II. M. , ,
huid,   occupation   gi-nlk-n..,. ���"****��� I*
lor pe.rmU.ion  to leue u.,. i        **  <* ��W/
. land.: **��� *x**tr,xm\
i     Commencing at a pust ,,l ��� ,h, .. _    j
corner ol Lot No. 4, thenoe Wll ., r! .V *���   ,
,' east 40 chaina, thenco sou,,,   ,        _,*_?���
���laaa to ahore line,  tbene.  : ��� ,.���n*
I westerly 40 chain. moi�� oi le ' .V""? *�����
rnenceanent;   eonuia.ing 80 ac.-,-... ��� ' ,,._"_!*
Dated Augu.-. 28. 1911. ia ".,��',��
'Pub. Sept. 30. w__- Sf^Og
I B_U Coola Land DUtrict-Duu.c*. a: Co-wiHu,,
Take notice that H. M. e .. ,..,..  .
.laad.   occupaUon   genUeman.   ;        iT_2
Commencing at a poet pl.r.lel u ths V >
: corner ol Lot 252   th.nce- ,,.- ���__";__
' or lea to northern boundary   : .  A
; (or ny It. M. CI.II, tbenc- loll   . Vtlffi
eeat 20 chains,  thenc- imrti.   .. , V.*4**'
! wast 20 ehaina lo poinl ol eon ';,.,"??
i taming 80 acres, more or leas. **
Dated August 28, 1911. ||   \i   .,._
Pub. Sept. so.                 WlUJani .��-<_._*jg
Bella Coola Land DUtricl -District  :n_i|*__
3 " -***1
1    Taka notice that H. M. CM ul Iimxm i_
, laad.  occupation  anti-nan. ;, ,��� \2?
toe permtasion  W leas*  Hit :,.:^j
I    Commencing at a poal plar.te-l at lh* s. b
eorner of Lol 241, Ihence sen:*.  IS <���._,,_ __L
! or leaa u nonbern bound.r.  -��� ;14>f ^-T?
i appbed lew by H. M. Chit, i '
| along   aald   boundary,   thei.ca.   -   -  ,   ,��� jTJJ"
I thence woat 20 chain. U poinl i.( titasj
I conulnlng 80 acna. mor. or Ism.
Daud Auguat 2S, llll. I|   .\|. CUf,
Pub. Sept. JO. Will..-.. *.: iX_,, _J3
Skeswa Land Dutrict-Ilulria--. .! s .,.-,������___
l-and.
T.k.  aotica lhal  Austin   M *..���
Ku-H-rt, occupatioo aaddi.r. ... .,2a
tha Chief Comraia-uoaer of !_������...... 'ru \m
a beenee lo proepect lor coai, . ,.
lead under the (olloaing .!��-.-��� ,
i Weet Coaat ol Graham 1...
Commencing al a poet pl.    . ~ a. aut
of ihe northaaat eoraar of (_. L ."-. ii;.* xmses
80 chains waat. thenc* so eheil "eveae
chain, wi. iheaee 80 ct..,-, j
rommaoc_neot.
AUSTIN M   1... an, Ua-st,
Locaud Augual let, Itll.
l-ub. Aug. It.
552 Sept. II, 1*11.    C E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. IS.
, Skeena Land Dsttrkt���DUtriet ct Quaaa Charlotte
.     Take nonce lhat thirty day. al-*r ,l.i��. I. C. l
1 Rainier of Prine* Kupert, II. i . by occupauon
bookkeeper, inlend to apply lo lhe Chief Com-
miaaioner of Landa (or a licence to proapect lor
. cual aad petrol aim oa aad uader 640 aara. ol
land on Graham Island deepenbwd a. lollow.:
Commencing al a poal planted two mJe. aonb
.,i C. I., ll. Coal Irmm- No. I.-, marked O. I.
oorner C. E. B. Coaal Laaaa No. 31, Ihene. nonh
Ml chains, thsnea weal BO chains, Ihence eoulh ou
chaina, theac* eaat* 0 ehaiaa xa plaee ol cm
anencement.
Dated SepU 11, llll.    C. E. BAINTEH.
Skeena Und D.tnct-DUtria ol Queen C barton.
Take aotie. lhat thirty day. (nun dau, I. C. E.
llair.ter of Prince Hupeirt, il. C, by oceupailon
bookkeeper, intend U apply to Ihe Che.! Com-
mueloner o( Und. (or a I it* net- i��� prospect lor
coal and petroleum oa and uader 840 acne of
"land oo Craham lalaad desenbed at lotto**:
Commencing at a post planled two mi.'** nonh
ol C. E. B. Coal Lease No. It, marked N. I.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaa. No. 22. iheaee eoulh
ato chain., thenc* wset to ehains, ihene. nonh ao
chuns. thenc* aam SO chaina u* placa ol com
Skea-ia Und Diatrict���DUtrict.; ,   -
I .lands
Taka nouc* that Aualin M
Rupert, oeee-palioa aaddler, it.'
Ihe C_M lueumt*_un��r ef _M���1
beenee lo proapect (or ooal. oil .
aad   UBdee-r  lh.<  (uiiowoig  dt-acree- .    .
Waat Coaat of *.*.���.���   I-Sand:
Commencing at a poat pual.
ol the .oulb---a��*. corner Ul', I
tie-rta  80 rhaenae  tbenea res:
aeuth SO ehaiaa. thence wast ���
eommeaeasneat.
Al'STIN        JHtiWN,
l-aealed Augual Iat. IIIL
rub. Aug. 19.
Shear- Uad DUtrict -lu *
Tak. no::.* taat .hen> -:..-
Ilainlar of Prlnea Hupert. II
lauokia������er, louad to apt-., I
i-rieecna. of Un-!. tot a l.et-a.e. t. p.**
coal  aad  petrvlewa  oi an a   .
land oal traaam Ulead d**r ���: ���
Commeering si s poat i-.�� ������
Tte..i north.e.-t .oi*.t Ceo1 Ia.-  ii-
C. E. B. Coal Irm*. No. It,' -
thenoa eewst SO cbaina, IMWS
l-.��a-* ea��t ot* cleiai Is ft" ���
r .ni.mir.g **xo aer** more or !��������
Dated .--epi   12. Itll. e
rub. net.:.
I rnaa.
Mb ii
'select
..**. -s
ea u>
-lee aut
i xsmes
xsmet
.  *.*..(
Daud SS 12. till.    C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
Skeena Und Diatrict���District of Quean Charlotte
Take none* that thirly data Irom dale. I, C E.
Ilainler ol Pnnee Rupert, II  C, by    orcupiitor
t-ookkerparr, Intend lo anply lo lhe Cha-f l om-
maawonrr ol Unda lor a .tevnee te i-......:  lor
eoal and petroleum oa and under SI0 can* ol
land on Graham Island desM-nbed aa loUowt:
Cotameedag at a poal plaat-M two miU* nonh
of (,. E. II. Coal Uaa* No IT, marked N. E.
comer C K. B. Coal Uaae No. 23 Ibenc* south
��0 chaina, ihenc* wed SO ehaina, these, aorth
Ml chain., iheaee eaat SO chsin. to plac* ol com-
menermenl.
l-ai-1 n^l 12. ISII. C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. .* l
Skwna Und DUlrict-DUlrict af Queen Chariot.
,. EH D"!"f ***** "<*r*r ���**>���* Iran* data. I, O E
Hainter o( Prince Rupert. B. C. by oecupclton
i*uokke��per. laund lo apply u Ibe Chut Com-
nuasunrr of Landa I* a bene. Xo proepert lor
eual and petroleum oa and unal*. aiu am* ol
land on Graham Isalnd described *> fa-flow..
( .-'������.. ia/ ( ai a poat planud two malt* nonh
*-* V: ��.* M ***** **���>��� **��� marked N. V,
corner ( LB. Coal Uaae No. 21. (hence _*ti(h
w ehun*. tbenee eeat to chains, ihenee reo-na
Ml chains, Iheaee .mn SO rhaina to plac. of asm*
RnSftJ*. *****    & *��� BAINTEH, Locato,
Skaena Und Dutrtei-Duutct af Queea Charlotte
ii 93 ********* ****r **r* irmm elate. I. A. T
lro.l��rtek of l*rtnce Rupen. B. C. by oeeuo.lion
bank manager, inund u apply to Ibe CoUf Com-
mu.enn.1* ol Und. for s licenc. lo pn_Tp*c1 le*
eoal anal petroleum oa and ur.drr bio aer*. ol
land nn Graham Island described _ l,,|i..a.
lommeneing at a poat plarit.��l ten milt* aonh
o'l E. B Cool Laaaa No. 17, markad 8. W
corner A. T. B. loai Uaae No. 2S. ihene. aonh
��� chain., ihenee e..t so ehains. thene* eouth M
ch.ina, thene* waat SO ehalm to place of com
meneemenu
��� _._._��� ._A  T* BRODERICK, Locator
RttftVF' '���"���    c- ���lUu'* ***""
Skwna Und Putrid -District of Queer, Charlotte
ia 5 ' ****** **<*r*r c_). (rom dale. I. A. T.
Ilrodenck ol rnnee Ruperl. B. C. by oec*up.tion
l-enk m.nager, inlend ta apply te the Chief Com-
mis.ion�� ol Ur, I. fo** a liaa,nt* to nroefrert (or
cee-u and petroleum on and under ��I0 can* ol
land on Graham IaUnd described aa lollows
lommeneing at a post plnaled iwo mile* nonh
������L a  t  i,��? *fy R w' ���*"*"���* * ��-
E ,.7.i; T._? _*_! u-* SS "��� ***********
���M chains, thenc wast SO chaina. thenee aoulh
��_���ci_'- a**" ~* ��� ,I-|M lo ****** ��� BS
',.,_._      .  A. T. BRODERICK. Lotstor
Skwna Und I iwtrirl    DUtrlct of Quern CharloUe
nJ��?.kH P_f_S ******* H KaS-bLL-E
***** at l-nnw Hsipan. B. E b> -icupe.inn
SlSm ffl ,0 "ftS '�� **<*''< SB Com
STS- ***** m * *T***\ ** r-tmtmex E
enal .nd petroleum 0o and  under 640  arrw J
land nn (.raham laland dwerihed .. Inline
Comm.neing at . poet planud ..,   ~,i_ ������-.
~_.i_. _i I e_"kHB! *f* �� - markesd I y
eoenee of A. T.  B. Caal taaam No   2?   ik_~
****a9m*.J*** mgl "0 chains.' SS
rcoS,m^i,,uh"'* "u,h *�� *��� ��� ss
iwa__*^*i'w��,��
_SSS_-__SHS_B!
jpSraa ty,a?_ff _ ES***m
B_r_____ '���****>* ***** m ch.'n. irZZ
BttST*1*^ CE. BAINTER
Skeena Und I'Utnct -Dutrict   t .
Islands
Tak* o...c. ibat A_.ua M   1',* -
*��� :������:
���l I*-t_a
Runert, saddler, intend. [.�� ���
Commksloaer of Uad. sal Won * . tsa*
to pruspeel lor coal, oil and i- ��� ��� *��� isl
usdor Its (oli��-ing deaenbed Uad. _ Us TM
Coaal of Grabam latar.d-
Commennag al a -sast plsaled tl*��� * **���
et Ih* nonlwut eorser of C L N .. ��� Has*
eouth SO ehaiaa. ibeow 90 rha.ii. aaat, xtmms*
chains aortk. iheaee M ehaiaa ea.: u saw st
commeoeaessai.
Al'STIN M. II.     -..Usui
Located Augual let. IIIL
Pub. Aug. IS.
LAND  I'I KCIIASK NOTICE
Skeena Uad Humeri-P..'-
Taa*  setlsa lhal  Chart-*  u
V.aeourar, 0. C, aoru,.*.
lo apply (or | nalMsn to pure, a- ��� **
ma*** ���.-*������
Commeonng  al   a  past  pJa-t.-.'
Suenw ef Hlaekwaler r.trf ���
about two mda. ssvtb Irwn *
Tta.egr.ph cabta.    I'oat mark.-l -
Corner, thene* M> chaina Bsrll
earn, laear* M chain, wuih. i -
waat lo poinl of ���emmencn.r
artmt taat* at IMS. .,,���
CHARLES *IU.If ll����
D.led September 23. 1911.
fub. Nor. I.
Skwna Und Diouiet-Disi'ift
Tske notie lhal Thome, lata .'
router, B. C, oeeupsdos ran*- *-
apply  tm taeetnueion lo  purer..." ' <
dwciihed l.nrl*
Commencing  at  a  po.1   planud  .
lewnee ef Hlaekwaler nt*r wllh Seal
two mik* eouth of the elith |.���- -
cabin.   Poet marked T A  W. S I. '
SO chain, aonh, .bene* SO SbSStS >'
ehslns aoulh, thanes *0 chain, eat. I
commencement, containing *!'. an*.* - ' ���***
THOttAS ARTIIIII     III"-
Daled Sepl. 23. llll.
Puh  Net. 2.
Skeena Uad Putriet-Pilricl sf I
Take ooiiee thai Angu. Jsaass   '
Vaneouarar, B. C-, OCCUpetlon haankka*.-**
le apply lor per-mU-rien lo purchaa. '
d._-,i_l Unda.
I    Comananaafirag at  a  penal  pl.n'el  .*
fluenw of Hlaekwaler nter ��llh Nu- I
I Iwo milw wuih Irom (he aitth IK.it '
1 cabin,    reset merked  A    1. M. S   *
Ihenee SO rhaina south,  Ihenc   H
��� bene* SO ehaina norlh. .iV-ie**- -
lo point ol commencement, ronteinisg ��<' ���"���
mor* pr loss.
ANOCS 1AUU iter.)
lined Sept. 23, ISII.
Pub Nor I.
Skesena Und I.Wrict    Pi��irift ���
T.ke naxec thai  llerben  MsUsa.
rout** II. (*., oerupadon real wl.v ..
In .ppiy (a* permUatoe (o purchaw  *
ri.*aa,!��  I   la-   |.
('o'liinenclsg al a poet pUnted .*
Aaienc ol l.l.rkwalw llrar wllh the N��<"
ahout Ittta mile amith ol the *f* '
T.lecTaph eahln PoeU marked II ''
Corner, thenc SO chain, amith, ll-.-r. -
waat, tbenc SO ehaina nonh, Ihene -
mm* lo poinl a*t eanmmeneem.nt, at*-*'
��a*at. mora or Ins..
Daletl Kept. U llll        HERBERT Mrl
Pub. Not. I.
Skeena l��d DUtrlct-***** <*l i ������
Tske  .��!�� that  I,  Thorn.  II"
Prine*   lluperl,   B.   C,   eerupstWi  i��*���
hrokw. Intend to apply fear laermiwien lo I ���"
Ihe (adlnwlits dwrrlbH I.- I.
Commeniing at a -sent  rdanaed ll
rorner nf pr**mp1lnn record 111 Ihe-ire
ehalna. ihenc wuih to ehalna. Ibenc ���
ehains  lo shtvr. est laka,  Iheaac Wl". * ���
el Iat* In a nnnherlr direetlnn to point
mencement.   mnlaining ��-0 H���, more ".
Paled Sept. ��. ISII.     TIK1MAS MtCI.) '
Pab. *-,,! a, K-asst &**���
\f**
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ifluorU
MEMORANDUM
Loaned
In an Open Letter to The News, the Bishop Points  Out How Politics
in Municipal Affairs plays into Hands of  Provincial License System.
_3*t-V^-^S��^*,*����.^ii����*,Ms��Vs^����a ��'ha^iUu**>VSis^^��>iV>��%^i^_)^B|
To the Citizens of Prince Rupert
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Let us loan you the money to -buy or | build a house or pay off a morteao-e
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
K*0O*00<^:��:3:w:8:2:SS
Section Two
-THE  MOST  BEAUTIFUL  SECTION  OF-
'RINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE
At the entrance to the Harbor, to be sold at
Public   Auction
IN THE EMPRESS THEATRE. PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.C0MMENC1NG ON
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29,1911
t.ms of Sals;-One  quarter  Cash,  balance  1,  2 and 3 years at 6 per cent.
The palatial G.T.P. Steamer "Prince Rupert" leaves Seattle at 12
o'clock midnight each Sunday; Fare, including meals and stateroom, $18.00. Leaves Vancouver 11 p.m. each Monday; Fare,
including meals and stateroom, 816.00. Arrives in Prince
Rupee*; Wednesday a. m.	
��� COME AND   SEE   THE   "WONDjER__CrrY^_ OF  THE   PACIFIC   COAST.....
-For full particulars and maps of townsite apply to-
AVID   H.   HAYS
.    - m, *, ,,    .        - - Prince Rupert, b.c.
Agent for G.T.P. Development Co.
mm cough���
THE WEARING ILLNESS
n often herald their coming
-warning cough,
warning demands instant
MB, The health is in
, the body is attacked, tbe
terrible.
in the first symptoms,
lieu'i Syrup of Tar  and
iver Oil  attests the  cold
md Cod Liver Oil are the
wis agents for cold cures,
- healing the inflamed parts
; Cod Liver Oil building up
ole Iwdy.
��� are combined in Mnthieu'.��
to  produce  marvellous*
Large bottle 35 *****
raler*.
'ael.ch.snel freer sre ptrsfn. will
ke Mslhlm's Neltlse Powder. I<
1* (rerr ssel slla�� the pain    )   Je
la., 1 ,r.|.... sherbroe-e, u���'        "
utors for Weitern Canada
����., Ltrm I Ctpyujr, lie,
Vancouver      Saskatoon
I
i.^..*��.��...~"*~"~"*~***~*4'~**r~'~"*'1
. . . .ITEMS OF.
SPORT!
��� 1
��t*m m0fmm*m**sm***m********
"Knorkout" Hrown. who hM nol
appeared In the ring ***<*�� I'1" �������
wllh Mall Wells, met ���*��** B��dSll ��
New York last week and had Ita
belter ofelRht rounds in a len-r<.iintl
boui. Only by dlneMni nnd *'�����"'-
,������ did lledell in-" **'**>*��*���> "J"
rounds.      There    were   DO    knock
downs.
Another  flublcr  has  cilcre-l   Ita
ranks    M    *****    OOfflS-taeta.      ���'���������
Cskl. who was a. Jjtljjj
,.��� ,��������� in lh,. rlim for Wl al     to
ears a.,.,  I.  .ml   *****  ''/""
-,���,  ,n.ddl..welK..i   �� J�� *JJ
._,,. wi,.. hu taw *********   "
���_r_h   His   home   for   Ita  PMl      "
J nths,  wants to ***  * *   "     .
game an*** ******* *** ��������� ' ""
"X veteran ******* ���*��� "J
h(���lvyw,.,r.���s titlm was ..., hnrde-t
hitting miller In the Rnmo n decode
ngo, Is anxious to show Ihe people
Hint he con still travel some. While
his dcfl has been hurled a( every
middleweight In the country, Buck
(���rouse, the local boy, Is Ihe one It
ll especially meant for.
Clioynskl ri'ferecd the Crouse-Hor-
(���ir bout at I'uqiiesno Garden and
saw Muck slam the former south-
Slil,.r to sleep In four rounds, .loe
bellCVM be can lake Duck's nicosiire
,,nil wmilH a bout ns soon as one con
bl arranged. He nrknowldges Ihnl
thai niirthslder Is one of the elussi-
Ml scriipiiers In (he country todny;
nevirtbllSH he feels Ibot ho con
boil bin. In ��� six-round bntllc. .Ioc,
hM |���.(.|i In 1 rnlnlng over since he
,.,..������ t0 this city, as his duties ns I
bodni Insiructor nt the I'ltisburg
AtblattC Club holds hi in lo the Job
dully. -
Ohoymkl, ll win ����� rsmomorod.
I, the only msn who ever knocked
���,��� ,,,,,-k Johnson, It took him ust
������������ rouodi it- P'.HHb ��ff 'he prs*
,,���, ohimplon ton years ngo down III
. .     ,������       However,     l.H    Arthur
Onlviiton,    111.w1.t1it
Hun-i nuiic if etaw ���*�� im -�� ��">'"'���
In nil civilized countries by common consent lt Is deemed necessary
for the welfare of the community to
! throw round the liquor trade certain
restrictions,    The  licence  system  Is
I no exception to this rule.
There  are   restrictions  ss   to   the
I number   of   licences  to be  issued,
1 There are restrictions as to the duys
on which liquor enn be sold.   There
I ate restrictions even ns to the hours
of the day when liquor can be sold.
Those restrictions are all made for
the benefit of the community ut
large, nnd one would think that nil
right minded people would heartily
iinlle in seeing that these restrictions are rigidly enforced. The license-holders themselves, knowing
that they have been granted n most
profitable monoply under certain restrictions which aim at lessening the
curse of execesslve drinking, should
be the very tirst to see that the law
is observed, but until the element of
private gain is eliminated from thc
liquor trade there must be a con
stnnt fight between those who have
the best inlerest of the community
ut heart and (hose who are looking
out only for their own pockets. The
trouble Is that while the better class
hotel-keepers would gladly do tbeir
part to get rid of the objectionable
features of the liquor (rode there
ure always a certain number of pen
pie who, through political influ
ence, or business threats, or olher
considerations, manage to secure 11
tenses with no other Intention iliun
to get all the money they can out
of the trade regardless of the lives
they blight and the homes ihey
wreck. Tho better class who are not
In the business nre brought Into com
petition with these human parasites
and at once feel the uselessnesn of
restrictions which are not being
rigidly enforced In every MM.
I'cople have no conception of the
tremendous power the motive of pri*
vate gain exerts In the liquor bus
iness. This Is the Inherent weak*
ness of our present licence system
We should blame not so much the
men as (he system. First of all this
power has to exerl Itself In political
and municipal affalrB. Llqulr II
cenees hnve to be procured through
Influence und when procured they
have to be retained. Our system
inixi'i. up provincial and municipal
matters. The provincial government
appoints the three licence rominls
���di un-rs, but one Is lhe mayor ex
officio, and another must be an alderman, so that Ibe municipal vol
ers have a voice indirectly in the
case of (wo.
The same holds true In regard to
the police commissioners, who chief*
ly determine whether the restrictions
of the licence Act shall be observed
or not. It Is necessary, therefore
for the liquor trade to bring Influence to bear In two directions���political and municipal. Where Is thi
Influence to begin? l-'irst with Ihe
Individual voter, then wllh Ihe candidate seeking election. Already, I
am Informed, scores of names have
been ndded to the voters' list through
iho energetic work of (he liquor
party. They are wide awake because of the money Interest at stake,
while cilizens who are concerned In
lhe community as a whole aeem to
be  asleep.
Next there Is the influence
brought 10 bear upon candidates. The
liquor party stands together as one
niiin lor their own betterment, while
citizens who otherwise would wIbIi to
stand together for the betterment of
the community are divided. They
allow party politics to determine to
n greal extent their choice of a candidate. The consequence Is that
while the candidate who will promise secretly to use bis Influence for
the support of the liquor Interests Is
lllUMd of a solid vote, tho candidate who Is fearless enough to announce his Intention that he will Insist upon a vigorous enforcement of
Hie laws Intended for the benefit of
lhe people cannot count upon the
undivided vole of the bettor class of
cilizens. This is something which
should be rectified, and lt can only
be rectified by the creation of a
better public spirit,
ln a community where there are
so ninny coming und going, and so
few men with families having sons
und daughters to be protected or
ruined, It is exceedingly difficult (0
create a sound and healthy public
spirit. One thing that is needed Ih
proper leadership. The advocate of
extreme measures cannot expect a
large following. Wo cannot leap
with one bound from the conditions
of a pioneer town Into a state of
perfection. The work of uplifting
Ihe community must be done gradually. Mere a little and there a
Utile, but If we arc to keep our city
from drifting Into corruption all
right minded citizens must learn to
8iiiiid firmly together for what Is
clearly in the I,cm interests ot lhe
community ns a whole.
Respectable ho(el-keepers doing n
legitimate business In accordance
wiih the wise restrictions of the
I.lquor Art are worthy of esteem.
Among su, ii I have those 1 count as
friends. Uul nn organized combine animated solely by the desire
for Increased profits, regardless of
(he , euisi-nui-ni ,-s to (he community,
with paid agents, paid canvassers,
paid newspaper-writers, paid platform speakers, paid lawyers, etc.,
working consistently and persistent-
ly, beginning with the voters' list,
for one supreme object���to control
our cily aldermen, to Influence our
provincial members, and to dictate
to our cabinet ministers for the promotion of the interests of "The
Trnde"���this Is nothing short of a
national menace anJ every loyal citizen who loves his country should
do his utmost, both by his vote and
Influence, to break the power of (he
liquor trade In provincial and municipal politics.
P. H. DU VERNET,
Bishop of Caledonia.
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Handy  Any  llay.
When an egg has been boiled (00
long it can be softened again by
Instantly lining lhe pan off the fire
and quickly placing under the lap.
allowing a good stream of cold water lo pour Into It. The sudden
shock from hot lo cold has the curious effect of softening the egg.
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PLEADED Kin; (lllti
Generous Hearletl fudge In Dismissing  Her suit   for  Damages sue.
ic-sliilly   pliiiile-el    Uu*   Claims   ol
Justice.
Pelerboro, Nov. 17.���The las( case
on the docket at the assizes here
was nn action for damages by Grace-
Hiller against the Canadian Chicle
Company for compensation for injuries under the Workmen's Company Compensation Act In dismiss.
Ins Ibe action without costs. Sir Win.
UttlOCk said: "The plaintiff cannot
recover In this action, on account of
the conditions of the law." He then
called the managing director of the
company before him and urged upon
him as his duty that he should give
ihe girl sufficient compensation for
the Injury ihath ad maimed and disfigured her for life. The manager
promised, and D. O'Connel. counsel
for the company, was urged to MS
thai the promise was carried out.
Mr.
Non-Resident
Write   us
the   value
as to conditions here.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
K. GRANT
dor-Jon C. Enimerson, Agent
Skeens Lanrl DIatrlot -L.iatr.ct ol Co-itt Range 6
Tako notice Unit I.cltoy t. Grant ol Prince
Rupert, 11. C , occupation civil t-ngir>ct'i. line-nil*
lo api.ly lor permiaaion to purchasu the tollowtng
i. r.,i..-,i lanoa: , , ,       .,
Comnieccni-,' '���' n l'"*' I'lant.-tl about -l l-l milea
In a northerl. ..ir.-.'Hon from the northeast corner
posl ol Lot l.i111, Range 6, Coo.t Di.trict. .hence
uast ail chans, thenco north 150 chains, thonco
wost to Dink ol river, thence south (ollowing
bank n( rit, r to point ol commencement: con-
tainins 11.0 tens, more oi less.
recrardinEr! u**��<* ***��*��� '���'���1S11*        lehoy
��� ���   Pub. Oct. lu.
OI       J OUT   skwn> IanJ pi^fict���DUtrict ol Coast Rango V
Pi-ini-P  Rni.Pi-t nrnr.or       T*,k�� ***** ***** ****** "l T��llm*"? *-' *?*���**"
riinte   ntipeil proper-   K_piala,   i0���.,   occupation   lawyer,   maeuela   to
...        ... , , apply (or pennlasloa  io purchaso the (ollowing
ty,   We will be pleas- da&Aiwd ia,,ia:
I'cinin,-ir.       m a post pluntoii on tho aoutherly
Bd to   keen   VOU UOSteil   shore ot   KuuMiialet-o   Inlel  on  the right  bank
cu to i-.ccp   yuti pusteu   o( > im_, ju am |lowiB| mto mU lnl(,t ,ull _,
ol Crow Lako.    Thunce south *-0 chaina, thence
weat 20 chain, mure or less to the .horo line ol
' Crow  Lake,   ih.'i.ce   northerly   anil  eaaterly   lollowing the ihon lines ol Crow Lake, the Inlet
to Crow  Li��-.e and   Kutieymateen  Inlet  lo  the
i place ol commencement,  containing  lorty  acrea
! more or lees.    Located August 7, lull.
Uatetl Aug. :���, 1911. JESSE II. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. IS,
0. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
Real Estate and Rentals
Offices: Helgerson Block
S.S. COMPANY OF B. C. Ltd
DIED IX WIKK-S ARMS,
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
After Winning a fortune of S1.7IM...
(HMl, Prof, Montgomery ���r Aerial
Kami. Irs Killed.
leaves
San   Jose,  Nov.   17.���Prof.   .1.   .1.
Montgomery, professor of physics at
, Santa Clara College   has been killed
i while conducting some secret experiments in aviation in the foothills at
Evergreen.    Only his wife and  two
assistants were present at the time.
Prof.    Montgomery    had   recently
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at   9   a.m. for Vancouver,   sold his aerial inventions to a com-.
arriving Monday afternoon, pany for ii.tooo.ooo.   He had only;
For Stewart Pitv on arrival been married s,,ven mon,hs   H<? .dled I
ror Stewart iu\ on armai ln hlg _.lfe-8 irmf be(ore medu.al|
from   \ ancouver   Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
���urine safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers. Ticket Agent.
been married seven months.
In his wife's arms before
aid could reach him.
XO.MK lux, haiku
LOST
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Service, every Sunday in the
Empress Theatre. 11 a.m. anil
7 30 p.m.    Sun-lay School and
Bible Class at *.'.30 p. ni.
REV. F. Vi. KERR. M.A.. PASToa
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHl'RCII
nans ami sixth iiassi
Service, every* Sunday at 11
_m. and T.30 p.m. Sunday
School   2.30   p. in. Baraca
Bible Class 2.30 p.m.
REV. W. H. McLEOD B.A D.D.    P.VSTOR
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BBIWSBM CENTRE ST. AND 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday at   11
a.m.   and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. R. SISG. B.D. Pastor
IX  Mill 111 A
John .lolii.Min. I .iiii,,iia llog ll.ini.
Wcnl Over Karl) In Spring m (set
IH.g*��� Itelurn l"ut  Off l.y Ice.
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently burnished. with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modem conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on thc
coast.
Rales: $1 lo $3.50 per dat.
G. A. Sweet. Manager.
Xo*ne, Nov. 17. ���John Johnson.
I the famous dog team driver. Is nia-
I rooned on the Siberian coast. He
, russed over early In the fall to get
j Siberian dogs to enter In next year's
| all-Alaska sweepstakes race.
The   Ice  moving   down   from   the
IArctic drove away the boat on which
: he expected to return and It arrived
here  with  news of   his  plight.     He
will be unable to get back to Nome
1 this winter.
Johnson is one of the most noted
drivers tn the North.    Driving Col.
Sir James Ramsay's team of Siberian
wolves,  he  won  the  sweepstakes  In
j 1910  and established  the record  ot
- 7 4 hours 14 minutes snd 20 seconds
i for the US-mile course.
lilAST MKItliKIt OF
TKX   l-KXT   STORES
Ve.t   >ii.-,.iHiii.iMiii   c��r|>oratii>n   Will
11,    Km,hi. as \\ <h,|h..iiIi tt Co.���
I  ..till.ill,*   of   (KM)   I'iana. Ills.
New York. Nov.  IT.���A 166,000,-
040 corporation, to merge the greatest string of five-and ten-cent stores
In America, has been announced by
P. W. Woolworth. Six hundred concerns win enter the new corporation,
which will be known as F W. Wool-
worth A Co.
The new corporation will take over
the business of F. W.  Woolworth &
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry' finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices sre as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
Skeena Land lllslriet���District ol Coatt Itange 5
I Take noll.v that 1. Christopher James Craham
ol Prince Rup rt. 11. C, occupation locomotive
engineer, Island to upjrlj lur permission to purchase
- the followini: dejcrioM lands.
Comment; .- at  a post  planted at the aouthweat  corner  M   Lot   No.   17^3   vicinity  oi   Lake
i l.alielsc an.l pisihsd Christopher J. Graham
N. E. Come.*, tlence west 40 cnains, tlience south
80 chain., ihence east 40 chains, thenco north 60
chaina   to   posl   ol   commencemenl!    containing
, 320 ac.ea, mora ft! tes-
CHKISTi TMER  JAS,  CRAHAM,  Locator
! Dated Sept- 24. 1911  ll.iS A.M.���Witnessed T. D
Laird.
Pub Sepl. 30.
Skeena Land District���District ol Caaaiar
i     Take notice that IC II. Stewart ol Vancouver,
| B.  C,  occupation   truckman,   intends  so  apply
1 (or permiesie*. lo purcbaae thc (ollow.ng described
Commencing at a past planted 40 chain, south
' ot Pre-emption So. 10* and i*'l chains east (rom
: the Naaa Kiver >,S. W. C), lhance 40 chains east,
thence 40 chains nortb,  thence 40 chaina weat,
I thence 40 chains south lo thc point of commencemenl to contain ItiO acrea more or has.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Daled Aug. lull. Jame. T. Fullerton, Agenl
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Coast Range 5
Take notice that Harold E. Smith ot Morely,
Alia., occupation .tation agent, intend, to apply
(or -aerr-isa;rj:i to purchate the (ollowing dea-cribt-d
j lanel.:
I     Commencing at a post planted at the aouth-
'��� west corner 100 chain, east and 20 chain, north
(rom N. L. vomer ol Lot 1116. Harvey'i Survey
i Coast DUtrict  Kange  5, ther.ce 40 chain, eaat.
thence So chain, norlh, Ihence 40 chain, want.
1 thence 00 chaina south to poat of commencement
1 containing 320 acres, more or le_.
Daled Sepl. IS, lull. HAROLD E. SMITH
I'ub. Sepl. 23. Fred W. Uohler. Agen .
COAL NOTICE
COAL NOTICE
Skeana Land Di.trict -Dislrict ot queen Charlotta
lalanel.
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol I'rince
Rupert, 11, C, occupation aaddler, Intenda to
apply to the Chiel Commiaaioner ol Landa and
Works lor a licence to proapect (or coal, oil and
petroleum on and under tha (ollowing deacribed
lands on the Weat Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three mile, eaat
ol the northeaat comer ol C. I. No. 4478 thence
SO chain, aouth, thence 80 chains eaat, thenca 80
chains north, thence 80 chain, weat to point  ol   *..-...-,  .......     .���,,,,  ,,,.,., ,,
commoncement. chains, thence <a��  80 chains to place ul
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator ' mencement.
Skeena Und DIatrlot-DUtricl ol Quoen Charloti..
Take notice that thirty days Irom dau., "���]""���
Hainter ol I'rince Rupert, II. C, by ocfejit.ai.,.;
bookkeeper Intend to apply ,��� Ihe^S'S.'
mUsloner ol Landa lor a licence to prospect |���,
coal and pelroleum un and undor b'to acre, ol
land on Graham Island doscribod aa follows*
* Commencing at a post plsnted twe, mile*, north
ol Ch. II. Coal l..-u.ao No. s, iiurkeU s. fc. ���,,, '
C. E. B. Coal lAiose Mo. 14. ihonco norih 6,'
ehains, thence woat  80 chains, thenco south  SO
com-
11,'ll.r
CooU L
��� Dated Sept. 11
"ub. Sept. 21.
191'
C. Bt BAINTEH, Locator
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Skeena Land I'lstrict-DUtrlct ot Queon Charlotte   Ball, -
Take notice that thirty days Irom dute I  c  K ���
Ilainler ol Prince Ruport, ft. C, by OOOUDatloii
bookkoeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Cum-
misaiioniT of   Lamia  feu   a  licence  to
,  To]
lm  :
lur..;.
Date ol Location 3 Iat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotta
lalanda
Take notioe that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
the Chief Comminalonor ol Landa and Worka
lor a licence to pruapect lor coal and oll and petroleum on and under tha (ollowing deacribed landa
on the Wost Coaat ol Graham Laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three milea easl
ol the southwest cornar nf C. L. No. 4477 thence
80 chaina eaat, theoce 80 chaina north, thence 80
chaina weet, thence 80 chaina aouth to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date ol Location, Slat July 1911. **
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte Skeena Land DUlrict���DUtrict ol Queen Charlott   **** I
lalanda .Take notice that thirty daya Irom date, 1, ,    .
Take nolice that Auatin M. Brown ol Princa Bainter ol I'rince Kupert, B. C, by occupation '    Tako i  -,,
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenela to apply to bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-   '' " M.
���      - - V.'lirfc-    ill*    " ... a^a. ........      nf      1    ���,..!.!      f.,r      -bs      It������������,_���a     __.  t.   m
-- prospect Iu,
coal and petroleum on and under blu acres ol
land on Graham laland doscrilied as (ollows-
Commencing at a poat planus! one mile Dortl    '
ol C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. lo, m.irkeel c  F   |i    *nax  .
Coal Leaae No. 16. thenee nortii 80 chain., t_in_   ;
weet  80 chaina,  thenoa aouth Si) chaint,  thenc    **
eaat 80 chaina to place ol eommencoment IB u ���
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. E. HAINTEK, locator    ''���
I'ub. Sept. 23.
ft
the Chiel Commiaaioner ol Lands and *
missioner ol Lamia lor a licence to prospect l,,r   **-r   I
licence to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and   coal and petroleum on and under 040 acres ���:
undor the lollowing deacribed landa on the Wert   land on Graham laland d-MCrilasad aa (ollowa:
Coaat ol Grabam (aland: Commencing at a poet planus! two mdt*a north
Commencing at a poat planted three milea eaat > ol C. E. ll. Coal Leaae No.  10, marked  N.  l
ol the aoutheaat corner o iC. L. No. 4472 tbence I comer C. E. II. Coal Laaw No. IS, thonce south
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence aoulh   80 chains, thenco weat 80 chaina,  thenco norlh
80 chaina, thenca west SO chaina to point ol com- > 80 chains, thence east 80 oh.iu. to place ol com.
IL BROWN, Locator
mencement,
AUSTIN
��� Located Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aim. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotto
Tako nolice lhat thirty days Irom date, 1, C. E
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, ft. C, by occupation
boukkeeper, intend to apply to the Cbiel Com
mencement.
DatedSept 11, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
1st
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cri.
I ia*.
I'ub.
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Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlott*.
Taka noUce that thirty days Irom date, 1, C,
Itamtt-r ���! Prince Rupert, ft. C., by occupalioi.
lHa.akkti.pir, Intend lo apply to Iho Chiel Coin-
Bella
-
coal and  petroleum oo and under 040 acrea of
land on Graham Island dts-enbed a. lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planted live mile, eaal
ol Coal !_���_..- No. 4467, marked C. E. B. Coal
Leaae No. 1. N. E. corner, tbence weet 80 cbaina,
thenoe wuih 80 chaina, thunce east 60 chaina,
thence nortii 80 chain, to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911 C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty day. frum date, 1, C, E
Bainter of I'rince Kupert, ft. C, by excupaliun
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo tbe Chief Commissioner ot Land, lor a licence to proapect lot
coal and petroleum on anS under t-40 acres oi
land on Graham laland deacriDed a. (allows:
Commencing at a poat planted dve mllea aaal
ol Coal Leaaa No. MIT, marked C. E. li. N. W.
corner No. 2, thence south 80 chaina, tbence eaat
80 chaina, thence north 80 chaina, Ihence west
80 chain, to place ul commencement.
DatedSept. II. 1911. C. E. BAINTER. Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUuict ol Qu.-n I harlott.-
Taka nouce that thirty day. I.om dale, I, C. I-
Bainter ol Pnnee Kupert, ft. C, by occupauon
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to tbo Chief Com-
.[ inuuooer uf Land, (or a licence to proapect (or
Lommt-r., .:.,* at. a post ti.ar.te-l on tlie tell bank    _.,  ���_���  _���,i_.���  __  ... .   ..��___  J, ,.      . _.��
ol lhe Zymo .J,*., or -am-.-.-ot.ils Kiver. .1 aouih-   f��*i *?'*. gg**&*, ** *** **-**** ���
we.1 corner ol Lot 1706. thence northerly, lollowing   ''""' *"* **n***m '"*���""* *i**"**��i ** '*>**<���**���
missioner o'l Lanels lor a licence to prospect lor ' mUaioner ol Unds lor a licence to prospect lor' laada
-a:.,Ua
lanj;  . ���:    ,
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Skwna Land Dutrict���DUtrict of Cout lUr.gc 5
'     Take notice lhat  HerbiTt J.  Mackio ol  1'em-
broke, Ont., occupation lumtwrman, intenda to
��� apply (or  prrnute.oa  to purchaae the following
<it��cr,bed lar.ds
OFFICE:
Cor Centre SL and First Ave.
the westerly boundary of Lot 1700. w chaini
; more or ..- -, to the Dorthweet corner uf <aid Lot
1 170t>. ther.ce westerly and aouthvrly, lollowing
, the left bank of aaid river, ***** chaiiu more or U-.*�� to
i point   of   commescoment   cont-aining   \'*J   acrei
more or lee-.
Lomted Aufiut  19, 1911.
Dated Augu.: Jl, 1911.    HEKDEKT J. UACKU
T'tb. Aug. JNk Frederick S. Clementa, Agent
Skeona Lar. 1 District-Dittrict of Ca*tiar
|    Takenotk'-* thit I. Thoaai C.rt.r.   >f Prince
i RuperL o.\'_|n',un cirpe.iter.  intenl t> apply
fur oermissi >n tu purchase thc following describ*
I ed bad.
j Cummen-.*...- at m post planted ab.mt t��n* wile
I south from tne nwuth of Falls creek and about
lVi feet bAtrK front the beach, thence >) chains
north. th��*r,m 4 chains wmtm thence H chains
south, then-a-e east 40 chains to point of commencement, conta:r.;r.g 3JU acres more or less.
THOMAS CAKTEK.
Dated Jul> 7th, lyll.    Charles Webster Calhoun.
Pub. Aug. Ith. Agent.
Skeena Lar.J, Dutrict���District of Coast IUnge 6
Take BOtfei lha: I, (Jordon C. Emmcrson of
Prince   Ru;-_rt,   U.   C-.   occupation   real   estate
broker, ..-.:. :.J  to apply  for  pcrmtision  to  pur
X**Xttmt*.
Commencing at a post planted bve milea east
of Coal Lease No. -..iti, marked C. E. B. S. \V.
corner of Coal Lease No. 3, thence eaat bU chains,
thencu north bO ehaiaa, tbence ***t bO cbatna,
thence aouth bO chaina to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub Sept. 23.
Skwna Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice tbat thirty days from data, 1, ' - '*
Hainter of Prince Kupert, U. C, by occupatioa
bookkuepvr, iratead to apply to the ChM Com*
missioner of Lands for a licence lo prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under mh acres of
land on Craham laland described aa follow.:
Commencing al a post planted five miles east
of Coal l*ase No. ;;*... marked C. E. B. & E
curner Cual Lease No. 4, ihence wasl 60 chains,
ibence north bO chains, tbenc* east 50 chains,
tbence south 50 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locato
Pub. Sepl. 23.
coal and (wiruluutn oo and  under t-w ucres ..I
land on Graham Island described as follows: p .- -.
Commencing at a post planted two milu. norii.
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 14, marked N. 1.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No- 17, tbence south KM '
bO chains, thence west SO chains, thence north 9
chaina, thence eaat bO chains io place uf cuti.
mencement. I._
DatedSept. 11. 1911.     C. E. BA1.NTEK, Locator    Pul
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte   ��� ���
Take notice lhat thirty days from date, I, c. K ''
Bainter of l'nnce Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkoeper, inlend to apply to the Chivf Com*
miaaioner of Lands for a Licence to prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under bio acrua ul
land on Grahcm Island desenbed as follows:
Commencing al a post planted iwo miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. U, marked  N.  v.
corner C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. lb, ihence aouth
ttO chains, ihence east Ho chains, ihence nortb - -
chains, Ihence west  bO cbaina to place of cum-
���:'i
_?'
���J5H
mencement.
Dated Sept. 11
Pub. Sept. 23.
19U.    C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days after dale, I, C. E
Bainter of Pnnee Kupert, li C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, inund lo apply to the Chief Commiasioner uf Lands (or a bcence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham laland d*_scnbe*l as foUowa.
Commencing at a pu_l planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Laaat No. 13, markc-1 S. u
corner C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 19, tbence nurti.
bO chali.s, thence east eo chains, thence south m>
chaina, thenc* woat 50 chaina to place of corn
mencemsnL
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEK. Locator
Pub. SepL 23.
-
i.
ll..
���   i
������iiii
Skeena Land District -Dutrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty dat*s from date, I. C. I.
Hainter of Princ* Kupert, H. C., by eccupatior.
boukkeeper, intend to apply to lhe Chief i'v.i.-
misaioner of Landa for a licence to proepect (or
coai and petroleum on and under 640 acrua of land
on Graham laland described a_ foUowa:
Commencing at a poet plantad two miles north
of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. U. markrd ft, \\
rorner C. E. ll. Cool Lease No. 20, tbenc* north
50 chaina, thence weat 50 chsina, thence eouth ��v
Skeena Land Dutrict���DMrict of Qusen Charlotte   chains, thence east bO chains to plac* of corn-
Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. i.    mencement.
Bainter of Prince Kupert, U. C. by occupatiun   Dated Sepu 11, 1911.     C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
bookkeefier, intend to apply to the Chief Com*   Pub. Sept, 23.
missioner uf Landa for a lioence to prospect fur
F. M. DAVIS
AI  DAVIS
BOAT HOUSE
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also ajrents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
LauiKhe. aad Boat, (or Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
chaae the (allowing deaenbed land.:
Commencing at a pott planted about 2 3-1
mile, in a northerly direction (rom tie northeaat
corner poet o( Lot 13SJ, Kane, o, Coaat Dutrict,
ther.ce north 10 chsirt. thence west lo river
bank, thence south (alio.in, rivet bank lo point
p( commenc.me-.ti   containing lt>0 acrea. moro or
aouth 50 chaina. theoce waat ml cliain., thence
north oo cbaina, Ibence aaat Ml cha.n. to plaee ol
commencement.
Uatetl Sept. 11, 1911
1'UI-.  .-Ctrl. 23.
C. a M1MI.U, Locato*
li
Dated Sept. 9. 1911.  CORDON C. BUMKRSON
: Pub. Oct. 10.
Application for Charter for a
Railroad
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
II tian la Seller*.
Capital  and  Re.erte Oe.r $7,300,000
Money Earning
Money
Small week1.)* or monthly deposits in a Savings Account soon
count up���Interest compounded
at higheat current rates.
Deposits of fi.oo and upwards
received.
Prince Rnprrt Bra-eh
F. S. tONC. Maaairr.
Co. of New York,
of   Buffalo,  F.   M
Wllkesbarre, Pa..
! Co. of Fall River. Mass
worth of Scranlon. Pa .
of   Waiertown    N.   Y..   and   \V
Moore * Son of Sohnectady. X. Y
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next session
thereof, for an Act incorporating a
Railway Company under the name of
"The Tacilic. Trans-Canada and Hudson E����T��n ,0 P
Bay   Railway   Company,"   with   power      Commencing at a poat planted at the It, Vi. Cor-
, to lay out, construct and operate a line _er ol 1_* nu��, thenc t~��t oo chum, ihence soum
I        , *. , ... i ., .-'.I   **' .**-.     ikessa   mm**
, ot railway Irom a point in the Province
' of Alberta, at or near the City of Ed-  lto acru more'or l
->"r-' Land Diatnct��� District ol Queen Chralotte
lake notice that thin*, dav. Irom dale, I. C _.
Hainier ol I'rinc Hupert, ll. C. by occupation
bookkeeper,  intaand to appl)' to tba Chiel  Com-
m, .      > _, . ,        _a. miMiuiirr ol Latels (or a licence to o-oeoact  l..r
SkT._t^��^_rii,^���'V,CvrV,lfnhf'5 T"***"** ���*'uu~ro 9 mTaUt CmnsII
tv*     i_COif    h,t   SftS.1*-?   ���McT**i������1   <><   land on Craham Lland do��nl*e<l aa loUow..
Winnipeg.   Man.,   occupallon   barrister,   Intends
to apply (or permiaaion to purchase the (ollowing
deacrtbe-i laoel.:
Commencing at a po.t planted at the aouthweat
comer to chain, eaat and ;���' chain, north (rom
N. 1.. corner ol Lot 111*:, Harvey's Survey Coast
District Kange 5, tbenc a��� chains east, ttenc
60 chains north, thenc 60 chain, west, thenc Oo
chain, south to pest ol commencment containing
3^0 acrte more or leaa.
Dated Sept. 18, 1*11  HIKlAM  HOY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Kred VV. Uohler. Agent
iKer.c Ua proepect lor
cual and petroleum oa aod under elo aero, ol
land on C-raham laland dtacnbs*! aa lollowa;
Comm.ncing at a peal planted two mile, north
>���!  C.  K.  II.  loai  Leue No.   IS,  marki-l   >.   .
curner C. K. U. Coal Leue No. 21, theoc oortb
no chains, tl���c arnst so chaiiu, tbenc Mt -
chain*, thenc eaal    0 chatna to plac ol mm*
mencment,
Dated Sept. II. llll.    C. E. UAINTEK. Locator I
Skene Land 1) jtnet - Diatrict ol Queen Chariot ir
Take nolle lhal thirty dai. (rom elate, I  I    I
Ilainler ol I'rinc Kupert,  il. C. by occupation
I-
I -
Skwna Land District���Diatrict ol Coaat Kange 5
Tak. r.otic that E. U. G. Miller ol Falmouth
Lng., occupation aurveyor, intend, to apply lo
"the   (ollowing  deKribed
Commencing al a poat planted two milaa norib   -
ol l.t. li. Coal Leaae No. 3. marked C. E. Bainier   bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the ChiH Coii-
N. n. corner Coal Lease No. 6, Ihenc south ro   miaaioner ol Lands lor a licnc to proepect hi
t SO chain., tbenea north no   cai and petroleum oo and under 610 arm o{
t ao chaina to plac ol com-   oland on Craham laland deerr.ti.tl aa lollow..
Commendoa at a poet p!an(-M two tnlm. ton*.
1. S UAINTER .Locator ol C. E. B. Coal lS Ha. 16, tnukrl N I.
comer C. E. U. Coal Learn No. tt. thenc eouth
SO ch.ins, Ihenc waat to chain., ibenc north i-
chain., thenc eaat so chain, tu plac ol commencement.
Daled Sept. 12. ISII.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
3. H. Knox k Co
Kirby  &  Co.  of
E   P. Charlton &   monton, thence northerly by the most   [?,,ieJ1;t�����uJt *���*������1**11
C. S. Wool-1 feasible route to, at, or near Athabasca
:0 chain., ihenc east SO chaina, thenc north 20
chains to the point ol emmencment containing
chains,  thenc
chains, thenc
mencamant.
DatedSept. II, ISII.
1Mb. Sept. 13
Skeena Land District���Dutrict ol Queen Charlott
lake none thai thb*ty day. Irom dale, I, C. E
Uamtcr u( I'rinc Kup��rt, B. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, intend lo apply io tie i hi.l i om-
mujuoner ol Und. lor a lie nc to project lor
esisl and petrolemm on and under 010 acrea ol Skena Land DUtrict -Di.trict ol Uum Char
land on i.raham Island deKribed a. lollow.: , Take notie lhal ihirty daj Iron, d'tr   It
Commencing at a poal pl.nted two mllea north   ******
?.' **:,*���' B a10*1 *** No* *, .take S. Vi. corrnr
Coal Lateae No. .. thenc north no chaina, thence
<-a��t  oo  cha-na.  thenc aouth  60  chalu,  thenc.
weet ro chain, to plan ol commencment.
Dated .sept. 11, Ull.    C. E. HAISTEH. Locatoi
rub.-M-pt.2at
.-..- II
.   .  1
L.
occu,,at, ���
I'ub. Aug. 26.
E.
II. 0. MILLER mtma Und Dutrict-Disirlct ol Quean Charloti.
M. Miller. Agent Take none lhat thirly day. Irom date. I. C. E.
\v ' h  iimmmm i Landing;   thence northwesterly north- *HH L*"* Pjgl* ghght oi coa.. lun,,. 5 SffilSi.'bS&'W^A^JSS'^S
Wl " .a^.100.?  east of Lesser Slave Litke to Wkka  -JtVLlS- T \��*\ *^.x��* 22^2*,*: -��^JS8 BtW ^ ^ t'"- lo"
H.
or Loon River; thence northerly to a
point at or .. or the junction of the
Loon River with the Peace River, or
at  a  point  near  the  junction  of  thc-
tand. t>ccupation farmer, mends to ' apply (or
panniMion to purchaaa tba (ollowing deacribed
land.:
Commencing at a poat planted about 60 chain,
wett Irom the N. W. Corner ol Ul UOS, thenc
north 10 chatna, thenc weit 20 chain., thenc
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating. Steamftttingard
Sheet Metal Work
Wcrk.hoap
bart. lib and -th St.
I'-T.e. 3rd Ave.
Phone 1*1 2nd At
THE"
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth SI.
>KSwnuuuooaoooonoGQBOOQOco
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better than cure.
lt is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible. Eye
trouble may be avoided by tne
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and permanent impairment of sight. We
are properly equipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
ssssss
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P.  Official   Walch   Inspector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
Red River with the Peace River, below ���ou"' ���I," ��!>ain��. thenc eut 20 chain, to the
Fort  Vermillion on  the   Peace  River; ������� ���*/ |2ra-*'��'"*--M"" **"****""** "t��*y .cr-
thence northerly to Fort Smith on the Dated Auguat 19 un.             r. f. miller
Slave River:   From a point on the said l'ub* A**�� ���"-������                     P. M. Miliar. Agent
railroad near its crossing of the W ,,*-,: .
River or the Loon  River easterly  to sker.a Und Dutrict���Dutrict ol tout Hang, o
Fort    McMurray   on   the    Athabasca ,. "**** BoUw lb,i ���h'r��r*k &. M'Her ot Un.ion,
R:vnr*    there es.ets.rk* alo-nff the rlenr .* ' occ*Jpa<l��n ***** engineer, inlenal. to apply
n.ver,   tntr.ee ea��teri>  along tne Clear (or p,rmu��on t<, pureha��. tb. lollowing it���iBd
water nver and Churchill River through lands:                                        ^
the  Province of Saskatchewan to Fort Commencing at a poat pla-.���1 at tbe N. E.
ChurchiU or Port .Nelson on the Hudson ?ori^����*.lV" .*-��-..������"������'�� ***** '.haiu. thenc
The Fineat Ratnm..
The be��( ^iu
pped
and steam heated.
Hot and cold baths
Dining   reran
and
restaurant
I���	
! Corley & Burgess, Props
Bay: From a point on said railroad
near its crossing of the Wabiska or
Loon River, weaterly to Peace River
crossing on the Peace River; thence
westerly on the north side of the river
through Laurier Pass to Prince Rupert
or Portland Canal on the Pacific Coast
in British Columbia; with power to
construct   and   operate   telegraph   and
*���*'���  20 chain., tbenc south  .0 chains, tbenc
eut 20 chain, to poiat ol commencement, containing 10 acre mors or toes.
Dateal Augu.1 15, Ull.        FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. MUler, Agent
Skena Und Dutrict���Dl-trict ol Coait Rarg.
Tak. notie that Lc-.tie McTaviah ol Vancouver
occupation   married   woman.   (Mentis   to   apply
(cr permiasion to purchase the lollowing .tt-a-crit.e-i
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the r.orth-
.    . , we-st corner 100 chaitia eut and 20 chain, north
telephone   and  cable  lines   for  general ��� (rom N. K. con-er tt l.it 11 it. Home's Sur-.e}-
public purposes;   to Cam* on. construct,   9f* District  Range 5, there 20 chan. aouth.
maintain  and  nner-ite hn-its  -inrl  tcrriu. '. *<���"'** *" ehaiu   eut, tl.enc so c^a^n^ north,
maintain ana operate Doats ana lernes  ,.���,�� 10 ch_M mmtt ,hcn��� M ch,lM loul(l-
lor   the   purposes   ol   the   railway   and   ther.e 10 ehaina wet to post ol cmm.r.cment
other purposes;   to  acquire and make  l<"!u,'njn*t.4'."S *,TT! mon "'. lr^-_.��� ..
use of lands. waterlots.Vharvcs  docks,  g��_*ftr ""��� KJ^Bjffiffl
dock-yards, slips, warehouses, elevators
and    other   conveniences;     and   with 1 **:*''��r** *���*"* District- Di.trict oi Cout Ranee
power to enter into Agreements  ��tth !-___,%%^mV^Smm!   '
other Companies. | lor penr.Moa 10 purchue tt.e following deriCl
SMITH   &   JOHNSTON j     Commencing at a port planted one chains north
Solicitors for thp Annlir-ants   .','**2,*">**l***** ***'">''���o1 Lot 5:i2. thene north
soi.cuors ior tne Applicants   ,., tmtm thene eut 20 chaiai.. thene south
day   01 1 chains,  thene  west  2-' chain, to point o( e��,rr,
!*,_,. j menerm-nt.  containing eight, acre, more or let
- Ilene to pra-epeet lor
coal .nd petroleum oa and under 610 acre .-I
land on Uraham laland dcKrih-rd u lollow.
���|-r.o-V.mt,0c!?*t ,���} * *��** <���*">*"* *** mu�� north
c _ .Y i"i L*"* No *��� "**"*"* * *��� ******
t. fc U Coal Uue No. ��, time north e>0 c-i-ua.s
tbenc weat no ch.in.. tbene Mutti ao chai,..
dSS Sf', n**i��S? ,0^'*? - ~n.T-er.em.nt   '
pub^,.'2i-mL fi fc-u*^"-". &
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quen Charlott.
J*5t* '��������") .l.).lromd..e. IX
lUirter ol Princ Rup_t, ii. E (., ,i-ip,���aD
I >._.kep��   intend 10 .ppl>  ,��� ih. 1 hirf t*������
muMoner ol Land, (or aVenc lo broipm l",
co.   and  peiroktim on and under a.liT��.
land on l.raham Island decnl** u lolkiw.
ol C__TC��?l�� \H? ***** ��te miie ��ut
..I Coal Uae No. II, 1, marked C. K. Hsinur s
V 1.. erner I oal Lea., No  v   ,h   ^ ' ���'"*"���
Cm;���ne,���m���^n,* "* W **"" " "!*�� 3 ~^
D.tel Sepl. 11. Ull.
I'ub  Sept. 21.
Mm
Uaxniet ol l-rinc Rupert. U". C,
l-uokkeper, Inlend lo apply t��� tbe Chiel -
mueionrr ol Und. lot a licnc to picket lor
cai and petroleum on and unde 610 cart, ot
land on Craham laland dumbed u lotion:    1
Commencing at a poal planted t.o mile north
ol t. K. II. Co^ Laaa* No IT, marked N. E
corm-r c. K. U. Coal Lne No, It thenc ...-.*���.
so ch.ina% thenc te�� ao chalu, thenc north
.*o chauu, Ihenc eul M chalu to plac ol com*
mrnemenl.
Dated Sept. IS. itll.
Pub. SepC 23.
C. E. UAINTER. Lector
Skena Und DUlrict -Dutnct ol Quen Charloti
Take nolle (hat thirty ejav. Irom dale. I. C I.
Hainier ol ITine Rupet, U. c, by occup.twn
l��M,kkee|w, intend lo apply to the Chtel Com-
***** a* Landa lor a Hcenc to prepect l.r
foal and petralMra on and under bl.. acre ol I
land on itraham lulnd aleKribed u lollow.
( omrnenctm **. * mat pUntrt two mil.- ���
.?.!_..   ?��� '.."**". Um" ''������-,   ***��� ">arked N. It.
coriM-r t   E. U. Coal Leae No. 21. tnene aoulh !
si   ch.in-a. thenc eut so chalu.  thene north.
so rhun.. thenc wet SO ehaiu to plac at cm-
nieracmenl.
Daled Sept. 12, lyll
I'ub. Sept. S3.
T.a
'sms-j**!
:���-'.,: a ***
tl l-ahalS
a: .'.*
.- ..al
1 ���
a*_l
c -
con.* .
Put. \..    .
���X Xirxnitm**
��� r_,a
1
ll
C. a HAINTEK. Lee-..-
C. E. HAINTER, Loctor
Skena Und Du.rirt-Dutrici ol Queen Charlott.
���"���"���_��� "oim�� thai Ihirty day. Irom dale. I. A. T
.ir.alerirk ol Princ Kupert, B. C, by occupalirn
nank man.en. Intend to .pply to the Chiel Com-
mi��i���ner ,.i Und. lor a licnc 10 nroH-ect I- r
c<>al an.l petroleum on and under SI0 arm ol
land 01. i.r.h.m |j,nd deacrllwd u loUowa:
(ommenclng al a pel planitsl two milu north
ol C.  fc.  H. loai  Leae  No.   IT, marked  S.   tt
Z222* \ I !���__ ���*"** *** *i 'hen**- *****
m ch.ins, thenc eut SO rh-uns. thene aoulh -
SSUT" "���, 80 **���*��� *�� ***** ��* ��*m
!..,_�����__. ,��A. .T' BRoDEKlrK, Locator
tettW*"11 *-��������* B-��*r. Agent
mUsioner ol U11.I1 bYh-L.     *"" * "P*
1*���0m��m<ir,Un' l,1*n-* *>*��'*" - lo*low.*'"* "'
o|lC.T.".r'c".<,,,i_. -tr? - -'-orih
erner C. E. II No uT ,hl *' ���7,*;,"''' s �����
thene MS chiii.a"' X*T22,2S? "' cl'"'''
thene eut su chair, to aSSsSS 5 '���*���*>���*'���
gslW se,... llTm.   CTE BAMniffKi;      "W '***"��� '*-trict-DU.
UAINTER. Ucto,       T.ke none,h.t ,Mrty day.*
KH_��* 0' * ****** Rupert, H. C. by oecupatior, .
Ditlrin of Quen ChulotU. IkJi'M^ ,0 *?->'l> *<* ***** *-****' '<"��*
���rdajslmnm date. I tr y __T__| . .____ ''" ' ������� lo prepect Ut
���J. H-C . wcupat,������ L.t    K5lkH__n�� on_and.unde  (.10 cue ot
I*.'
,
rlct ol Queen (barl-n.
lhal (hlrty day. (mm dale. I. A. T.
Skwna Und DUtrict
-   _ T"k* notice th.t ihlrt
Mulnlle ol ( lare.   Hainter ol I'rinc Rut-en   .,
antend.   ,���   ^    **>jmjfe?j*ffi*, &V_JS%__i__��    "
Halt
Pub. N
T.'
Vane
Dated  at  Ottawa  this   12th
September, A. D��� 1611.
Dated (W. 11. Ull.
Pub. Not. 11
U08MARY Ml lvii.u;
John C. Mulville. Agent
meneaner.t.
New
Knox
Hotel
NSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
BESNER A BESNER.   Proprietors
The New  Knox  Hoist I*  mn on  the European
1i��l��n.    Firat-rUss ser^ce.    All thc I_at#��t Uodem
Iraprvremants. .�� BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER of lh*? Esute of JOHN
CAPECCI late of tbe City of Princa Rupert, io
the Province of British Columbia, deceased:
NOTICE is hereby tr.tr, that all persons
having any claims or demands against tne late
John Capecci, who died on or about the sth day
of December, 19lv, at Prince Rupert, B. C, are
required to send by post prepaid or to deliver
to tbe undersigned Solicitor herein for Adolfo
A-otali, Administrator, their names and addreascs
and fuD particulars in writing of tbeir claims ami
statements of their accounts, and the nature of
the aeeuriti-sB, it any, held by them.
AND TAKE NUTICE that after the 10th day
of December. 1911, the said Adolfo Aiaali will
proceed to distribute the aaset* of the said deceased
among the persons entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which he will tben have had
notice, and that the said Adolfo Arxali will not
be hable ftr tbe said assets or any part thereof
to any persons of whose claim he Is not then in
receipt of notice.
DATED at Prince Rupert. B. C.. the 2nd day of
November, A. D., 1911.
I*.  W.   PATMORE.
-Solicitor for tbe said
Adolfo Asxali.
Bella Coola Land District -District of Coast lUnte
3 m
Take notice that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends to appl.
for permission to lease tbe following describe'
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted oo the
of Neclectsconnay River about 10 chains west
of Indian Kcecrve Lire .tbeoee aest 60 chains
following the channel of Neclectsconnay River
tbenee south 8o chains more or less to channe'
cf Bella Coola Hiver. thence foUowing chanr.ii
of Bella Coola Klver easterly r"0 chans, north
80 chains more or leaa to point of commeneem-vnt
containing le-O acres, more or leas.
Dated Augu-t 2*. 1911. H.   M.  CLln*
Pub. Sept. 3i). WUliam McNair, Ager.t
Skeena Land Di.��triet��� District of Coast Range I
Take notice that Benjamin Rowel Re*. , f
Prince Rupert. B, (' , occupation waiter. Intend"
to apply lor perminion to purchase (be (ollowin-.
deecribed lands:
Commenctag at a post planted A5 chains south
from the southeast eorner ol Lol 3060. Prut
marked B. R R S. K C-irner, thence To chair*
west, thence 65 chains north, thence TO chain*
east, tbence 60 chaits south to point of cun
mencement. containing 4Si acre*** mr-re or )���***
BENJAMIN   RCSSEL  RICK
Dated Oct��l*r 21, 19U.
Pub. Not. 2.
Dtted Sept. 11, 1911.
Pub. j^pi. 23.
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General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
IMl'KI. HARRISON
��� (NOTARY PUBLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
iamuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Broken
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
rince Rupert
and
Stewart
Is The Trained Man or Woman
10 Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
Fo fit your son or daughter for a business   career you must give
ibem a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
lanaimo Business College
G.T.P. Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Ruperl
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8 a.m.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For Port Simpson  Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 P. M.
For Masset and Naden Harbor every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencing November 9th.
For   Skidegate,   Jewday,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M
Commencing November 2nd.
Railway service to Vanarsdol, mixed
trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 P. M., returning
Thursdays and Sundays 4 P. M.
On your Christ-nan viait Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago.   The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West.    Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged..    Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
A
B.C. Coast service - Famous Pnrcess
Line
Princess Mary
Saturday, November 18th, at 9 a.m.
For Vlotorla. Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab General Agent
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. Q.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
- ,	
; = THE COSY CORNER =
j     DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
This ls a little section 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 its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms aro invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
FOBS Fill!   W.VITIt.
Ermine Is the Rage In Fashionable
Circlet Thin Winter���White Pun
Popular,
Furs of every description are being utilized this season on even the
most fragi'e gowns, especially the
elaborate creations for evening wear.
Hands of fur are used to edge the
fostly lace tunics and chiffons.
Skunk is again null used, but seems
to have given first place to ermine.
You see sets of ermine for day and
evening wear, large wide scarfs and
arm muffs made especially lo set off
ihe afternoon gown, nnd wide collars on evening elonks nf ermine.
The very latest novelty iu lhe new
opera bag In ermine, to be curried
both in the afternoon and evening
���It Is made in many odd shapes,
and resembles the alniB ban of earlier days.
I'olret Is responsible for the chic
combination of white and black fox
furs. They are most smart. The
white skin Is worn over one shoulder
and the black Bkln is crossed and
thrown over the other shoulder. The
skins of the muff are made lu opposite order, nnd the effect Is moat
striking and  very  French.
Many of the fur sets this season
are made In sets of three, muff nnd
stole, and for the third the new
arm bag again; some sets arc made
In four pieces, Jn addition to the arm
bag Is the Utile Victorian bonnet of
fur, that Is most becoming to nearly
everyone nnd therefore very popular.
On   ������miii-   of   lhe   while   furs   are
placed  enormous  I -   Seine knots
thai resemble a double lovers' knol.
In black .mu or velvet, and add a
distinctly French touch that Is much
sought  after.
HOWE & McNULTY
GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   Phorta8M    Chandlery
*���*-*-*-*-* - * -*���*-*-*-**
.FRED. STORK j
-General Hardware- '
VV
L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
H. Gordon Munro W. NIcMaor. Lalley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
I.OVK AT PI UST SMillT.
.Illlllte     Me I  llllelleas     Sll)'-.     Ill
l.lkc t�� Suppir-. li  liy
Would
.nn*.
A Kaunas Judge bns started n
movement among probate Judges lo
slop "love al first sight" wedding In
.Mins.i- Judge M- i .null, a i nlso
a believer in hIion engagements end
If he had his way, afler an engagement   had   run   along   fire   or   sis
months, he would Insist ou a preacher being culled ln or the engagement being declared off.
The question of prohibiting mar-'
tluges where the engagement has
been less than a mouth has been
agitated In Kansas for several years.
Uut this year the probate Judges
generally ure pushing the work and
lhc next legislature will be asked to
provide thai before n marriage II-
teiieo can be Issued the mans must
he published it month.
"The chief need for a happy wedded life is that the man and womnn
understand each oilier thoroughly,"
said Judge McCandless. "J do not
think this can be done In a month,
and continuing the engagement for
a year or two does not help a bit.
The long engagement Is nearly aa
bad as the short one. I can see
how the af feel Ions can be aroused
at a chance meeting of two people,
but they ought to take a llttlo lime
to study each olher first, get an
understanding of each other's disposition and character. These hurry-
up weddings nearly all result disastrously and 1 would stop every one
If 1 could. It's all because (here Is
a lack of understanding before lhc
ceremony, There ought to be a Invito prevent these hurry-up. or love-
..' iii  i sight  weddings."
IH.I si Hi.I.l.   HINTS.
Turpentine Is excellent for washing sinks which have become dull
and dirty.
The Juice of a lomnlo Is said lo
bo excellent lo remove Ink, wine, and
fruit stains.
When mixing starch the adldtlon
of a few drops of turpentine will
give * fine gloss to collars nnd
cuffs.
*-.������ Flic for n Month.
It ia exactly a month alnce there
was a fire serious enough lo necessitate ti .all for the brigade In Prime
Rupen. The Insurant!- companies
sure have a cinch in this city of
careful people, but It's very much
"Just as well." We don't want any
big blaxcn In Prince Rupert, not even
lo give lhe reporters a big "story."
Builders'  Hardware
Values & Pipes       Oxford Stoves
Qranlteware      Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -*���  AUDITOitS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, comer Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottager cort.er Second Avenue nnd
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lois in all parts ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol thc largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. D^RAND
Second Ave. Phone 112
ALFRED GARBS,
of British Columbia
and M tin...1... llurs.
0.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C., Ontario. Saa-
l.ritrli.-wni,    und   Alls-, tr, liars.
CARSS & BENNETT
BAItltlSTEItS, NOTAKIES,  ETC.
Olllce- ExctiBtiKe blete-l*, corner Third avenue and
Sixth stni't. I'rince, K,inert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. 0. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental opsratfami skilfully treated. Gas and
local nniislhi'tle's ndmliilstert-tl for tho painless ex-
motion of teeth.      Consultation free.     Offices:
Helirer  ���������.. 1:1" I., Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Man.nn ii.a..     W.K.Williiims.il.A.. L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
I'.'o. BOX n
I'UINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
11-11. Ol' WM. FOXON,  HO. A.R.A.ll.,  1 !>N., BNO
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay  Highest  Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS  AND REPORTS
Fire, Life und Accidenl Insurances
j CIS 3rd Avenue Phono M anil Green 2S2
PRINCE RIII'KRT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
Read The Daily News
1
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allege to Prince Rupert,
Ps Fees are within reach
J everyone. Its tuition is
ersonal, and develops the
Individuality of the pupil.
Dm and board is cheap
Nanaimo. The pupils
re away from the distrac-
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(lot iboilhand cam. includrj tuition io
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Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
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Has  Discovered Bird's Secret
Wilbur Wright can  now Soar flf the  Air Uke a Sea-Gull Without
Motive I'nwcr on Glider -Says that Soon we will All be Able tn do It
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SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
INTERIOR DECORATORS
r.o. BOX 120 ������-�������'- ,M 0REFN
Second Avenue, n��r MeBrid.
Orvllle Wright :ias found lhe real
secret of flight, or bellves he has.
Satisfied lhal hla gliding experiments
haw pointed tin' war lownn! (he
revelation of llu- secret of the birds,
he Is going back to llnylnn and  his
workshop, there to work and plan,
nml cwnlnallv lie hopes Io perfect
Ian apparatus which anyone may
link.- out Into the street, flap Ihe
[wings nnd soar "II Into Ihe air. without 'ither power (han his or her own
mils.'!' <*.
��� Gentlemen," he said to a group
of newspaper men who watched him
Second At�� s.uir neatly Id. minutes the olher
ilny. "I hnic found whal I wanted.
I a aaiilil Inn'��� sal up there ten
hours Jusi ns cnslly as ten mlnuics
W< flic now going back to llaylon,
where there Is going lo he some
pretty hard work for a while In
abOUl n mniiili wc will have another
story for you."
���Slal.lllly Vel  la Larking.
There Is only one more Iblng ncal-
,.(| iir.iv. nnd Ihnl Is n slnblllty device,, nml thai. Orvllle- Wrighl lie
lives, he will perfect nl l.m..,.. Then
nil humanity may fly.
The machine Mr. Wrighl used, an.l
afler which  lhe perfected  fllder will
be modelled. Is In Its essentials Ihe
same as lhat of Ihe usual Wrighl
biplane, wll limit Ihe motor. The specially prepared canvas wings are
s<retched on a stout hut light series
of spars and struts. All parts of
the wings, and parllrularly Ihe lips,
are under the conlrnl of Ihe iqicra-
lor through heavy, tested copper
wires. This Is the wing warping rte-
>lee aif .he Wrights carried out to
perfection.
Iln.laler I.Ike a lllnl'a Tall.
It is Ihe rudder that attracts lhe
greatest attention This Is In IWO
parts, a vertical, canvas rtad plane
lhal rises aboul Iwo feet higher than
.he IOP of the glider, anal lhe horl-
snntal   plane   of   equal   length   lhat |less againsl the grey
134-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
sent nnd gripped the lever nl his
right hand. The spruce skids flexed
beneath his wrighl. hut did not sink
Into lhe sand Ogllilc gripped Ihr
VOOdon uprlglila nl (.lie en.I of the
frame, and l.nrln al lhe other
"Oo," said OrvlllO, crisply llown
hill he rushed, Ihe men pulling lhe
glider with Ihem Into tin* teeth of
Ihe wind. The gale swept utuler
lhe lop of the plane before they hnd
gone three yards Urvlllo tirxl.tr>.)
They released their hold nnd (he llio-
lorless connivance sailed gracefully
over their heads.
ii..-. wiiiuiiit Power.
Steadily, beautifully, It soared Or-
vllle's body swayed lliely. ea.-ll... IS
lhe gusts came, and relaxed When
they passed. Kiery movement could
be seen, as the glider ��as only nhoul
twenty feet above lhe poinl from |
where il  look  Ihe air.
Suddenly Orvllle flipped lhc right
wing upward, and the glider soared
lo a higher level, settling again to
nn even keel It. Obedience to lhc
thrust of lhe horlKolilnl lull, the
vertical plane beside lhe niltnor
swung a trifle lo the left nnd the
glider lacked Immediately inio Hie
gale al a sharp angle I. was H-7i
ridiculously easy ll seemed as If
anybody , ,,ul,l do H Tl.nl mun.
holding his big while wings iiiutimi-
ky. sreinoil to
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
ESSE.   EBY   CBt,   Co.s==
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Kitsumkalum I-an I Kor Sale
KITSIMK All  M . |<    __
S. O. E. B. S.
Th*- l'rin,-e Ruperl l^altr... N.e. .IK Sin. of
Ke.irlt.nl. in���l. Hi., flm .nl (herd Tue-adavs In
"���chm-nlh In ih.S.ms.af Knul.n.l Hall. Mil :'nd
Ave. at ti n m.
F. V. CLARK Im,
���Ml A. WOOD* 'l&2g2__?r '**"""
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.I..C.M.
Tcaclia-r of I'iiuio, Violin ami
Voice Culture.
Snd Ave,
Between7th &X1I1 Sts.
I'rince Rupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
0RAMM IIKASONAHLK
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   .156.
OHM PAY AMI NKIIIT
HAYNER BROS.
I'NUKRTAKKIW usl. KMIIAI.ME1W
Funeral   ItitiTtrtrs
-Inl Ave. near >;th SI. I'h.me Nn. Sfl
may he lifted or depressed like a
bird's tall The vertical rudder
swings right or lef> In Instant nbed-
ience  to  the  movement  of  (he  nvl-
raised  or  lowered   hy a  lever
The  flight   began  wllhnul   fuss or
belong up then
Then orvllle brought the glider
down wllh the light gran- Ol " bi'i-
lerfly     Ills mask nf a fnce twllcheill
atnr'a body, anil ihe horizontal plane  with    lhc   excitement    that    surged
..Grand  Hotel..
Workwoman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
I'hone ITS in Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Little's NEWS Agency
within.
'We  have  It,"   was  bis  OOffltntnl
leremonv     l.orln nnd Ogllvle carried  in the group thai  swarmed  nrouti'l
Ihe glider nearly lo the top of Kill  "ll nnly remains in .1.-\.-l..j. ilu. fly.
In--. ;i  Hill. Too feet high, where the  Ing Instliu t ihnl Is durmnnt In every I Hmm'hh ������ Periodical
northeasterly gale whirled the sands   person     That Is Hie purpose nf tills.I
from Its iresi in yellow clouds glider     Then  everyone  can   fly.    Il   CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS   !l
Orvllle settled himself in the light   will be like walking or swimming." U T I'   Wll ARK
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ut a price within
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sportsmen; its got
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foil lures, huril
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PIiBADBO I in: (illtl.
(aat'iieitius lli-n.iiil .luilgc iii Dismiss.
ing Her Suit I'd.' Damage! Sue-
cess fully pleaded the Claims ol'
JuslIce.
Peterboro, Nov. 17.���The last case
on  the docket  at  the  assizes  here
was an action for damages by Grace
1 Hiller  against   the  Canadian  Chicle
| Company  for  compensation   for  injuries   under   the   Workmen's  Com-
: pany Compensation Act.    In dismissing the action without costs, Sir Win.
Mulock  said:   "The  plaintiff  cannot
recover In this action, on account of
lhe conditions of the law.''    He then
called  iho  inannglng director of the
company before him and urged upon
him as his duly that he should give
the girl sufficient compensation for
Ihe Injury ihath ad maimed and disfigured her for life. The manager
promised, and D, O'ConiicI, counsel
, for the company, was urged to see
Hint the promise was carried out
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
sunns safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
DIED IX WIFE'S ASMS.
After Winning n Fortune of $1,7011.-
000, Prof. Montgomery ..f Aerial
I'linii- Is Killed.
San   Jose,   .Nov.   17.���Prof.   .1.   .1.
j .Montgomery, professor of physics at
j Santa Clara College, has been killed
i while conducting some secret expert-
j ments In aviation In the foothills at
I Evergreen.    Only  his wife and  two
I assistants were present nt the time.
Prof.   Montgomery   had    recently
|sold his aerial Inventions lo a company for f 1,7000,000.    He had only
| Deen married seven months.    He died
In   his  wife's  arms,   before  medical
aid could reach him.
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LOST IN SIBERIA
Owned and operated by the
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���h>- American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modem conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every' respect
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on thc
coast
Rales. $1 io $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
���laeini .1,,im-.,,ii. Kiiimiut-i Dog Racer,
Went Over Knrly in Spring to Get
Dogs���Return Out oft by l<*c.
No*ne, Nov. 17. ���John Johnson,
the famous dog team driver, Is marooned on the Siberian coast. He
crossed over early In lhe fall to get
Siberian dogs to enter in next year's
all-Alaska sweepstakes race.
The Ice moving down from the
Arciic drove away the boal on which
he expected to return and li arrived
here with news of his plight. Ho
will be unable to get back lo Nome
this winter.
Johnson ls one of the most noted
drivers In the Norlh. Driving Col.
Sir James Ramsay's team of Siberian
wolveH, hc won the sweepstakes In
1910 and established the record of
7 4 hours 11 minutes and .0 seconds
for the 41 "-mile course.
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Capital  and  Re.erve Over $7,300,000
Money Earning
Money
Small weekly or monthly deposits in a Savings Account soon
count up���Interest compounded
at highest current rates.
Deposits of Ji.oo and upwards
received.
Prince Rnprrt Branch
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the value of your
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as to conditions here.
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Real Eatate and Rentals
Office.: Helgeraon Block
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services every Silnelay in the
Empress Theatre, 11 a.m. and
7 ::<i p.m.    Sunday School and
Bible Class at -'..'10 p. in.
REV. F. W. KERR. M.A.. I'astor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
PHASER AND SIXTH STHKKT
Services  every Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7.3U p.m.     Sunday-
School  2.30   p. m.        Hnrncii
Bible Class :'. :n p.m.
REV. Vi. H. McLEOD B.A D.D.   Pastor
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BETWEEN CENTRE ST. AND 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday at  11
a.m.   and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. R. SING. B.D. Pastor
Georgetown
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Lumber
and
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A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
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Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
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Launch., aad Boat, for Hire   N.E. end of Wh.rl
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Application for Chapter for a
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NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
Skeens Laml Inalrict -Dislrict ol CoiHt Knngo 6
Tako notica* iluii Lcltoy F. Oram ol Prince
Kupert, II. C, laciiiiutlon civil engliioci, Inmids
to api.ly lor permission 10 purcliaau tho tullowtng
ilt-scraied Ian,Is: ,    .   .    ,        ��� . ���     ���
Comment-mi- ��l * I*"-*'- plsntsd iilmut J 1-1 mllea
In a northvrli .:ir.*C.i*n (run*, tlit* northeust corner
post ol Lot 1.1.:'. Ilsngs Bi Coa*. District, thonce
oast 30 cliiin-s, ihenco north 00 chains, thunco
wost to lm' i. ol river, tlience south lollowlng
bank ol river to point ol eommencoment: con-
talninu 1110 aires, more ot U|M. ..._,
Datod Sopt. ��, 1911. LEROY  1*. GRANT
Pub. Oct. lo. Gortlon C. Eiiinlorson, Agent
Skoona Land District���DUtrict ol Coast Range V
Tako notie* tiiut Jesso M. Tallman ol Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intonda to
apply lor pormluloo to purchase tho lollowing
dea-cribed luml*.:
Commoncini: ut u I'ost plumed on tho southerly
shore ol Kiiu'.iiiuiooii Inlet on tho right bank
ol a amall sir,'am Hewing into aaid Inlel just easl
ol Crow Lake. 'I'lience south 20 chaina, thonce
wool 20 chuins moro or less ro the shore line ol
Crow Lake, thoMS northerly and oaatorly lollowlng tho shore lines ol Crow Lako, tho Inlet
to Crow Luke mid Kutxeymutoon Inlot lo the
place ol commencement. conUining [orty acroa
more or leas. Located August 7, lull.
Dated Aug. ii, Hill. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeona Land District���District ol Coast Range 6
Take notice' that 1. Christopher Jamoa ilruliain
of Prince Kup rt, II. C, occupation locomotive
onginocr, laland tu appl) lor permission to purchaae
the [ollowini,' 'i,-.-.'ni ' 'I lands:
I'titiiiiieiir rr,- ul u post planted at tha eouth-
wost cornor ol Lot No. 17..3 vicinity ol Lako
Lakolsc and i'iurkt-,1 Christopher J. (Jruhatn
N. E. Coras?, (henco wesl 40 cnains, llioncu south
60 chains, tlienee east 10 chains, thonco north SO
chaina to post ol eommencoment; containing
320 actos. Illii.-e r.r less.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  URAHAM,  Locator
Daled Sept. 22. Wll  11.06 A.M.���W'iluwisod T. D
Laird.
Pub Sepl. 3'1.
Skeena Land District���District ol Caaaiar
Tako nolice thut R. II. Stuwart ol Vancouver,
B.  C,  occupation  truckman,  intonda  an  apply
fur purmlasion lo purchase the lollowing described
lands:
Commea'ciiiK at a post planted 40 chains aouth
ol Pre-emption No. 3117 and .12 chains oaat Irum
lho Naa. Hiver IS. W. C.J, thunce 40 chaina east,
thonce 40 chuins north, thenco 40 chaina weal,
thence 40 chuins south to tho point ol commoncement to contain ItiO acroa more or leas.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug. 1011. Jamea T. Fullerton. Agont
Pub. Sopt. ti,
Skeona Laml District���District ol Coast Rango .'.
Tako notice that Harold E. Smith ol More])-,
Alia , occupation station agent, intenda to apply
for irrn  i-a-.r--: in |nin-li-i-t- [In- loiluwing described
tantis:
COAL NOTICE
Skoena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol quoon Charlotto
lalanda
Take notico tbat Auatin M. Brown of Prlnco
Rupert, 11. Om occupation aaddlor, intonda to
apply to tho Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and
Worka lor a licenco to prospect lor coal, oll and
potroloum on and under tho [ollowing described
lands on tho West Coaat ol Uraham laland:
Commonclng at a poat planted three mile, oaat
ol the northoaat cornar of C. I- No. 4478 thenee
SO chaina aouth, thenca 80 chain, oaat, thonoe 80
chaina north, thence 80 ohalna woat to point ol
commoncomont.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Dato of Locution 3i.t July, 1911.
Pub. Aui. 17.
Skoona Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Quoon Charlotta
_ . lalanda
Tako notioa tbat Auatin M. Brown of Princa
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
tha Cbiel Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka
for a liconce to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the [ollowing deacrlbod landa
on tbo Woat Coaat ol Uraham laland:
Commanclng at a poat plantad three milea east
ol the aouthweat cornar of C. I.. No. 4477 thance
80 chain, out, thenco 80 chaina north, thenca 80
chaina weat, thenco 80 chaina aoutb to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Locator
Dato ol Location, 31at July 1911. ���>
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeana Land District - District ol Quoen Charlotto
lalanda
Tako notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Princa
Ruport, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
tbe Chiel Commlaaionar of Lantla and Worka for a
licenco to proapeel for coal, oll and potroloum on and
under the following deacribed landa on the Wuat
Coaat of Uraham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted throe milea eaat
ol the aouthoaet corner o iC. 1- No. nil ihenco
north 80 chaina, thence eaat SO chaina, thance aouth
80 chaina, thenco weat 80 chaina to point ol eommencoment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aus. 19.
Skoena Land DUtrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Tako notice lhat thirty day. Irom data, 1, C. E
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkoeper, iniond to apply to tbo Chief Com-
mluioncr ot Land, [or a Uconce to proapoct lor
ooal and pulruleum on and undur 040 acroa ol
land on Uraham l.land deacribed in followa:
Commencing al a poal planted live milea eaat
of Coal Uaao No. 4467, markod Ct E. B. Coal
aLeow No. 1, N. E. corner, thonce woat 80 chaina,
thenco aoutb 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 cbaina,
thonce north 80 chaina to placa ot commencement.
DatedSept. 11, lull C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
COAL NOTICE
Skeona Land DIatrlot���DUtrlct ol Quoon Charlotte
lako notico that thirty days [rom date, 1, C 10
Haintor ol I'rlnce Rupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intond to apply to tho Chlof Commissioner of Lands tor a liconco to prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and undor BIO acros ol
land on Uraham Island doacribod xu follows:
Commonclng at a poat planted two miles north
of C. b. B. Coal Loaao No. 8, marked S. E. cornu
C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 14, thenco north 80
chains, (hence wost 80 chains, thenco south 80
chains, Unmet, nun 80 chaina to pluco ol eommencoment.
Dated Sopt. 11, 191'      C. E. HAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sopt. 21.
���"���'���'c-tol'u
LAND |
Bellu Caiaila Und
Take notice t|,a, -, *\
wu), occupation ���:l���iiw
permission lo lea ��� ������-:��� 2,t
Conine,-,,,.,,.,.. ���   ��� :��� ,.,_
"���SI the* N,  I     , .         .-   I'lsietenS
10 chains, i'��� [Ui H, 22
IfSl  boundary   ol
lho said eust noun
HS ln "������."���' >
lino ssatsrly  ��� - lr**>
Z" '  &*i
Skoona Land Di.trict���DUtrlct ol Quoon Charlotto
Tako noticu that ihirty days Irom date, 1, (_'. 8.
Hainter ol Prlnco Rupert, ft. C, by occnpallun
bookkoeper, intond to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands lor a liconco to prospect for
coal and potroloum oo und utult-r 010 acres ui
land on Uraham Island doscribod aa follows:
Commencing at a post plantod ono milo north
ol Ct E. B. Coal LoaM No. 10, market! C. E. II.
Coal Leaae No. lb, thonco north 80 chuins, thence
wait 80 chaina, thence .outh 80 chuins, thence
east 80 chaina to pluce ol commoncomont.
Daiod Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator I
Pub. Sept. 123.
commence in,.,,-,
lists.
Dstsd Auguat ii,i8
Pub. Sept. ;iu.
BellaCool.,1.,.
Take ootid ���
land, ooatiMtli
or pamnlatlon
lands:
Caimnn-tii-ii.,.   .
corner ot 1
***** -In chair .
ISSS te, sir,,,.. ||
oasi lu chalu
mem; contnlnl
Dated Augu
Pub. .Sept. ;lg.
till --
it
Skeena Land DUtrict--Dutrict of Quean Charlotta
Take notice thai thirty days from date, 1. C. K
UainUir of I'rince Itupert.  if. CL by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend tu apply lo the ChM Com*
Commencing at a post planted at th. wuih-   *ff*5 ___��*�� \2**Z*4*S***JS
** IS'T i0.0.'.'".."*, ^*W*E*^*m!*^ 1 ��� -fM-BaftaSJ'jM-Lg"1 ���
Commencing at a poat planted Ave mil��� ���__��.
of Coai Uaao No. 4I��7, markod C. K. H. N* W.
cornur No. -. thenee aouth oO chaina, tbence east
from N. B* vomer uf Lot lllti, Harvey'i Survey
('out District KanRe 5, thenco 40 chaim etui,
thence 80 chalm north,  tticnco 40 chaina went,
assJK. tfs. rl^'�� et* **********, **** as-j���"_sr-srs
containing .._'������ acren, more or Ira*.
DaUKlScpt. 18, 1011.
Tub. Sept. 23.
HAROLD E. SMITH ! Rg^ffRfl
Kred W. Bohler. Agen   ftT**  23.
com BMP cement.
C. K. UAINTEK, Locator
Skeena Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict of Coaat llango &
Tako notico that Herbert J. Mackio of Tern-
broke, tint , occupation lumberman, intends lo
apply for permiulon to purchaao tho following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a noil planted on the left bank
of the Zymuiiuttt or ^im-a*ifol-iti Klver, at south*
wesl corner of Lot 170t>, thence northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Lot 1706, SO chains
moro or leas, lo the northwest corner uf ��aid Lot
Skeona Land District���District of Queen A harlot a-
Take notice tbat thirty davs from date, 1. C. L.
Uainter of I'nnoe Kuport, H. C, by occupation
boukkeeper, intond to apply to tbo Chlof Com*
missiuner of Lands for a bcenc* lo proapoct for
coal and petroloum on and under 040 acroa of
land on Craham island described m folloars:
Commencing at a post planted live mllea ea��t
ot Coal Leaae No. 4470* marked C. E. H. S. W.
S?UBJ_afciS.r:::.':,.:!J.:. '222*2*' 1=^M�� Wr-MSB
. 80 chains more ur lois to
point of eommencoment containing 100 acroa
more or less.
Located August 19, 1911.
Dated AuguM 21, 1911.    HKKHEKT J. MACKIE
Tub. A_g 26. Frederick S. Clementa, Agont
Skeena Lam] District-District of Cassiar
Tttkenotii'i* thst I, TtwaUU Carter, of Prince
Kupert. occupation carpenter,  intend  to apply
for imm in.:- ���  -'i tu purchase thc following descrlt^
oil 111. I.
Comment int; at a post planted abuit imoiuile
south frum the mouth of Fulls creek and about
1A0 feet bark from thc beach, thence 80 chains
north, thence 40 chaini west, thence t*t chains
south, thenoe vast 40 chains to point of commencement, containing X.*0 acre* more or leas.
THOMAS CAKTEK.
DatedJuly Tth. 1911.    Charles Webster Calhoun.
Tub. Aug. 5th. Agent.
thence south 80 chains to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11, 1911. C K. UAINTEK. Locator
Tub. Sept. _' i.
Skuena Land District���Diatrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from data, 1, C. K.
Hainter of Prinoe Kuperi, II. C, by occupation
bookkuepur, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a Ucooco to prospect for
coal and petrotrum on and under <540 acroa oi
land on Craham laland dnacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted Ova mUes ea>i
Skeona Land District���District of Quion Charlutt
.Take nolice that thirty days (rom date, 1, C. ��..
Uainter of I'rinco Kupert, U. C, by occupatiun
bookkoepor, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a liconco 10 prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acros ol
land on Uraham Island doscrllHxl as fullowi:
Commencing at a post plantod two mil��� north
of C. E. U. Cool 1.*:l-i* No. 10, marked N. li.
corner C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 16, ihence nuuih
80 chains, thenco weat 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thenco east 80 ohalna tu placo of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C E. UAINTEK, Locatur
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Charlotte
Take notico that ihirty days from dale, 1, C. E
Hainter of Prince Kupert, U. C., by occupatiun '
bookkoepor, Intond to apply to thu Chief Com* j
missioner of Lands for a licenco to prospect for '
coal and pelroleum on and under 040 acres ol I
land on Craham Island deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post plantod two milos north
of C. E. U. Coal Leaae No- 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. It. Coal Lease No. 17, thence suuth
80 chains, thonco weat 80 chaini, thence north 80
chains, thence eaat 80 chains lo placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub. Sopt....
Skoena Land District���District of Quoon Charlott*
Taka nolice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uainter uf Prince Kupert, U. C, by occupatiun
bookkoeper, Intond lo apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a Licence to pnupect for
coal and petroleum on and under b40 acres of
land on Craham laland doscribod aa (ollows:
Commencing at a post planted twu miles north
of C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 12, markod N. VV.
corner C. E. it. Coal Leaae No. 18, thenco south
80 chains, thenco east 80 chaina, thenco north 80
chains, thence weat 80 chains lo place of corn-
men cement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub. SepL S3.
EMU Coola Uod
D*tti_Htf|
111
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l"rlllto|,
"oiv or li"
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irittDliv
.un!?k���./ ����SA
&a-!S�� '��$���
Commencini; ���i ,    ,             1
comer ul Lot \ -: :��i
westerly lo dull
mencein,,,,;   ,��� "tojjfl
Dated Auku-i .-   . ','������.��
Pub. Sept. -il). ,,-,���      11 H|
Bell. Cool. Land 1,  ,-.,     DhWe,���J
Take notio* ���   ,
land,   occupao,,,, ���'���'H
or permuMiui .' ���-�����������
1.111,1a. "   '.J    ]
Commondni
corner ol Lot  ��� .. JJ* ��ll
or loaa to in.ri i .. ' ,��i��
r'.T���*"
lor ny 11. M  i   ;: .    '���'���".Vli
out  80  cl,.,,,,   ��� i*.
woat -jo chains " *U
lainln*, no ���,,���,��� . "-��
Dated August 88,1911 ,, .,,
Pub. sept. ao. u-UtaiSa
Bella Coola Lan-I I * DiatrietaloJ
Tako nctic.. that ,i m ,.,JaamU
and,   ooounaUon . *-*
Coi'nmcnciiig st l ; MJ
corner of Lol 1,1. ���
or  leas  lo   na.rt 1 ��� --.'lar*.* oal L.
applieal for by II. M. ,
along aaid  boundary,
Ihence wost M ,
containinn 60 ut*r,
Dated Augu.t * , ,, u
Pub. Sept. ao. m x*(M
_jia fit
Hainter of Prinoe Kupert,  U. C, by occupatiun
bookkeejier, inlend to apply to tho ChM Com*
miuiuner uf Landa (or a lioence to prospect fur
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Kange &   coal and petroleum on and uader 640 acraa of
Take notice lhat I, Cordon C. Emmerson of   land un Craham Island Jnscrtbed aa follows:
Prince   Kupert,   H.   C,   occupation   real   estate       Commencing at a post plantod two miles notrh
*   eleL..   .......     1   I *       I ll      I     ....T    I   __.__.   _J_a      1       ...... L 1
Skoena Land District���District of Quoon Charlcttc
Taka notice that thirty davs after dato, 1, C. E
Uaintor of Prinoe Kupert*, H. C, by occupation
bookkeoper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com*
miaaioner o( Landa (or a Uconce to proapoct (or
coal and petroleum on and undor 040 acrus of
Und on Graham Island doacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. U. Coal Laaaa No. 1.1. marked �� W.
corner C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 19, thence north
80 chains, thenc* eaat 80 chains, thence south 8u
chains, thenc* weat 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated .Sept. 11. 1911.    C. K. UAINTEK. Locator
Pub. SapL 23.
Skeena land District -District of Queen Charlotte
Tak* notice that thirty dan from dato, I. C. E
Hainter of I'rinc* Kupert, U. C, by vecupation
  -.  - ,.,   .  ,          .. . bookkeeper, inlend to apply lo th* Chief Com-
of Coal Lena* No. 4470, markad C. E. U. 8. E miaaioner of Lands for a llconce to prospect fur
corner Coal Lease No. 4, tbence wmi 80 chaina. I foal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of land
tbenee nurth 90 chaiiu, thonoe aaat 80 chaina, ��� on Uraham laland deecribed aa folluwa:
thence aouth 80 chains to plac* of commencement. | Commencing at a poet planted two mile* nurth
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEK. Locator of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 14, marked S. VV.
Pub. Sept. 2*1. ��� corner C. E. U. Coal Laas* No. 20, llience north
I 80 chains, thenco wost 80 chains, thenc* south 80
Skeena Und Dislrict���Dlrtrict of Queen Charlotte > chains, thone* *ast 80 chains to plac* o( com*
Tak* notice lhal thirty days from dau, I, C. E.   mencemont.
Skeena Land Dlati       : Harriet of Oi*��(_i
m*   .
Tak* notice tl,_: i  iwgi
Kupert,  occup4 '
ttiu Chief turmni .  .  . ��� t2
a licence to PftMDi -'.-ipaah
and under the [olioai .       -.-^j jj.
Weal Coaat of Qrahan
Commeneing .it 4 , ...d thru J
of the northeut e I i. No. ��3
80 chains wuat, tbaoei ��� ��� *��� iiai tonk,_i
chaina east, thortOi .   ... ^uth ui
commencement.
\i  riNU imowx.fc
Localad August Ut, 1911,
Pub. Aug. 19.
Dated SepL 11, 1911.    C E. UAINTEIL Locator
I'ub. Sepu 23.
broker, i.'iti'iul  to apply for permission to purchase the fullowlng desciibed landa:
Commencing at a port planted about 2 3-1
milos in a northerly direction from th* northeaat
curner post of Lot I38D, Kange 3, Coaat District,
ihence north 40 chaim, ihence weat lo river
bank, thence aouth following river bank lo point
uf alakc marked 0* E. U. Coal Laaa* No 4, mark*. J
N. E. corner C. E. U. Coal Laaaa No. 6, ibmce
aouth 80 chaina, tb*oc* weal 80 chaina, lhance
north 80 cbaina, thenoe east 80 chaiiu lo placo uf
commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locatm ' of C.  E.  U. Coal Leaae No.   i:., marked S. E.
Pub. Sepu 23. | corner C. E. ti. Coal Leas* No. 21, thenoa north
Skeena Land Dblrict -District of Quoen Charlutto
Taka nouc* thai thirty days after dau, I, C. E.
Uainler of Prtnc* Kuparu ll. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo tb* Chief Commiasioner of Lands for a licenc* to prospect for
coal and pvtrolvum oo and under b40 acraa of
land on Craham laland deacribed as follows;
Commencing al a poat planted two mllea north
ol commencem.*..;  contalnlns H�� ac��a. moro or   ske<!n, Un<1 Dutrict_DUU1- ���, g__. Ch,_������   ^'^^^"'o^^"^''^^ T��m
fedtat9.1��ll.  CORDON C. EMMERSON    ^W^WSB Sff
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
application will be mude to the Parliament ot Canada at the next session
thereof, for an Act incorporating n
Railway Company under the name of
"The Pacific, Trans-Canada and Hudson
Bay Railway Company," with power
to lay out, construct and operate a line
of railway from a point in the Province
of Alberta, at or near the City of Edmonton, thence northerly by the most
feasible route to, at, or near Athabasca
Landing; thence northwesterly northeast of Lesser Slave Lake to Wabiska
or Loon River; thence northerly to a
point at or near the junction of thc
Loon River with the Peace River, or
at a point near thc junction of the
Red River with thc Peace River, below
Fort Vermillion on the Peace River;
thence northerly to Fort Smith on the
Slave River: From a point on the said
railroad near its crossing of the Wabiska
River or the Loon River easterly to
Fort McMurray on the Athabasca
River; thence easterly along the Clear
water river and Churchill River through
the Province of Saskatchewan to F'ort
Churchill or Port Nelson on thc Hudson
Bay: From a point on said railroad
near its crossing of the Wabiska or
Loon River, westerly to Peace River
crossing on the Peace River; thence
westerly on the north side of the river
through Laurier Pass to Prince Rupert
or Portland Canal on thc Pacific Coast
in British Columbia; with power to
construct and operate telegraph and
telephone and cable lines for general
public purposes; to carry on, construct,
maintain and operate boats and ferries
for the purposes of the railway and
other purj-oses; to acquire and make
use of lands, watcrlots, wharves, docks,
dock-yards, Blips, warehouses, elevators
and other conveniences; and with
power to enter into Agreements with
other Companies.
SMITH & JOHNSTON
Solicitors for the Applicants
Dated at Ottawa this  12th day of
September, A. D., 1911. 6w
Skoena l_nd Dialrict���IIialtrlct ol Coaat Range o
Taka nolice tbat Miriam It,,.. McTaviah ol
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barruter, intends
lo apply lor permission to purchaso (he lollowing
described landa:
Commencing at a post plantod at the aouthwost
cornor -10 chain, eaat and 40 chain, north [rom
N. K. corner ol Lot lllti, Harvey*. Survey Coaat
Diatrict Range 5, thence 00 chain* eaal, tlanco
60 chain, north, thenca 60 chain, west, thonce 00
Skt-s-na Land District���Diatrict ol gueen CharloUe
Taka notice thai thiny days [rom date, I. C. E.
Ilsitr.rr ol I'rinca Rupert, II. C.. by occupation
bookkeeper, intand lo apply to tbo ( l.i-1 Com-
miMioner id Lends lor a licence to prospect (ur
miiuioner ol la id. lor a licence lo proapect lor
coal and pcti-Uemm oo and under 040 acraa ul
land on Craham Ulaod deecribed a. lollo-ea:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
ol C. E. n. Coal Laaaa No. 3. markad C. E. Haim.-r
N. W. comar Coal Laaaa No. 6, (hri.ee aoutb oo
chains, Ihenca aaal  SO chain., thenoa   nortb  Ml   ****1 and petroleum oo and under at" acrn ol
chaina, tbenea wait SO chaina to place ol com- i oland on Graham laland deKribed aa [olloa.;
mencement. ,    Commencing al a poat planled two mile, north
DatedSept. II, ISII.    C. E. DAINTER .Locator  ol C. E. B. Coal Leaa. No. 18, marked N. E.
I'ub. Sept. 23 corner C. E. D. Coal Leaaa No. 22. Ibence aouth
chain, .oulh to pet ol commoncci -ant   containing   .;_,_���,�� t _-j i ���,    i.;.,_i_ _a ,,���__ ,-,,._i ,,     SO chain., th.nce weat SO chain.. Ihence north Mi
BSsaraSswa rov mctavisi, iSSrHS^HS^, ---" -M ch"M'�� ,,"0, -wm-
I'ub. Sep.. 23. ?M W. Uohler. Agen.      j MmfVin.'AC , *>***** ***��� * *****    C* E* DAINTER. Ucaior
""���Take i^lViult r-~H U< ^itl'TK^h6  !" t**m m "and *&-*_ </.o"?��, '���! Skeen. Und MM*-U*M ol (Jucen Chariot,.
Kn.    or���_--�� LV.....'.,   1*2S il 2i.T I.   *���**><* **** -stSSS* lalantl deKtibcd a. loll,,.-.: , Take nolle, lhal thirty daw Irom dale. I. C. E.
Ejga OOOUpsttat* syn-ry, Intend, to anply lo        tummi.ncm, .( , ,,_,, p,nlml lwo mU_, no,,h Renter ol I-nnc. Rup��i, iTc. by   occup.tion
���n to  purchaaa  thu  lolloalng  described   ���, c  t  ���  toaJ L<N__ NJ_ -  ntkf ���  w   eDf_.f pookka^pw, ln���nd 1o .p,,^ to ^ chKj tom.
(���tm.ao.nrltte .a ,. ������.,     1 ,, ,.- I .1 ah. NJ    IV   I*...      *-'��*'  ***** No.  7,  ll,*-l,e*a-  iit.rth  SO chains,  ll ,-l.t ,-     mUwonei*  ol   l.s���r|.   (or   B   Irrt ,.,-,-   |���   pr,,.,., , I   lot
liaf^Mmnnf H.1-!- ggS-t-Jr !���.":}- ��.1-   east Ml chains,  thence aouth  SO cbaina, tbenc.   coal and petroleum oo and under 010 caraa ol
SF5UK! VSSSTS '.Tl^A'.-l'-'^'lZT^,   <*��* Wcbam. u. ..lac. J ��i��mmI-,��L m on Craham Wand <SS*U ** lollo..;
DaietlSepi. II. ISII.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Tub. Sept. 23
COAI.   NOTICE
-its.
"'���_���
J
10 chain., thence eaat HO chain., Ihence north 20
chain, to lha point of commencement containing
100 acre, mora or low.
Dated Auguat 15, I'Jll
I'ub. Aug. 20.
E. II. 0, MILLER   Skeena Und DUaulcl-Diitricl ol Quaan CharloUe
I". M. Miller, Agenl    ., Take notice that thirty d./s Irom data, 1, C. E.
Commencing at a poal planted two milea norlh
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No 17, marked Hi E.
corner C. E. B. Coaal Uaae No. 2.1 thenca wuih
SO ch.ina, lb*nce weet  SO chaiiu, thenca north
nn .k.i..     , V."nim?.,,c'!,�� .*5 * **** planted two raba. norlh Sknna Und DM rict - Diatrict ol Queen Charloti
ia   ii?m21   ,��� t TV .-��� *,"f* U*t! No !��� "*"*"<* s* **��� *��ro�� Take noUce that thirty da,va Irom dale. I, C. E
,.'       ���   ft 5 **. to- U|T No* **��� ***** norlh SO chain., Ilainler ol l*rinee Rupert, fl. CL by occuta.lhan
l..  Ihenco   thonc, wast  SO chaina,  (hence aoulh  SO  cbaiu., bookkeeper, inland lo apply lo (he Chiel Com-
llience ra.t Ml chain, to Piece ol commencemenl. mla-doner ol Und. (or a licence to pr���sp,vt  lor
i.airdbept. II, IHI I.    C. t.   IIAINTKU, Localur cual and petroleum on and under 01.1 arm ol
I'ub . Sept. 23 tan.1 on Craham laalnd d*Bcribed aa lollow.:
Commendnf at a poat planted two milea north
lako nolice that thirly d.y. Irom date. I. I.*. E. ", .. .."r* ,****"     ', ��n .k X   .    A! Z    ,     .
, r Uainter ol 1'r.nca Rupart. fi. C. by occupation ^-���C!��L������.,lh,',C��� ***** M '******* *�� *ll,e�� "' *"***
Skeona Und District���Distr ct ol Coasl Rango B    liookkreuer   intend  to attnlv  to th. ( l,���.|  i*���-���. mencememu _
,   Take, notice lhat It. K. Miller ol Tiplon. fin,-    SSSSsi Und. I_r al llierlc. to pri-p^ To, &J^*Ttiit '*"'    C' *' UAINTEI��. *****
land,  occupallon   larmer,    mend,   lo   apply   lor   ..,.,! Ind petroleum oa and under  old .crea ol 'ub- *'*M- *"*
pennis.ion  to  purcbaae  the lollowlng  dtacril-etl   |>nd on Craham Island di.cril.ed a. follow.:
:lands:
I    Commencing at a poat planted alwut <-n
wut (ream Ihe N. Vi. Corner ol Ul I lilt,
north 10 chain., thence weat 20 chaina,
aouth 40 chain., thence eaat 20 chaina to tho
poinl ol commencement containing eighty acraa
moro or luM.
Daled Auguat 19 1911. It. K. MILLER
I'ub. Aug. 20. I'. M. Miller, Agent   Skeena Und DUirlcl-Ulairlet ol Qiwan Cbarlolie jS"  ?*��HI '.   . JE"  E" -*i        !""V"���'
Taka nolle th.t thiny day. Irom dale, I. C. E. *2\ *. ?.* ��*^. *^f i*\*\'?"*'<*> N- \
Balnter ol I'rlnce  Rupert, II   C    by occupallon '*'""' * * *������ **��� ***** Ua. .No. 21, thrnce eoulh
Skeena Und DUlrict���Diatrict ol Coul Range 5   I -eakkaeper, Intend to apply 'to the Chiel Coan- _! *?!""'.lh""* **f*.2UkCl"U"''  '|"'n*,',***'r,h
Taka notico that Krank S. Miller ol Undon,   misaioner ol Unda lor a licence to Proapect lor ������ chain.. Ibence weat SO chains lo plai-e ol com-
Kng., occupation civil engineer, IntenrU to apply   coal and petroleum on and under 810 acraa ol (BSBTm i,i,      r*   ���   a,.,v,i,-  ,	
for pt-rmlssion to purchaso the following ilescrlbe.1   land on Craham IaUnd doscrilied aa lollowa; x' x   12*1 o-i HAMSTER, Locator
land.: Commencing al a poal planted Ave mile, eaarl J *v*m **Blm"'
I     Commencing at a poal planle.1 al tha N.  E.   ol Coal Leaaa No. 4174, marked C. I.   II.mu a .
1 Corner of Ut 2S, thenco norih 20 chains, thence   N. I    corner Caja) Uaae No. S, tnence anutb 80 Skeena Und in.irirt    District ol Queen Charlutto
wost 20 chains, thence south 20 chaina, thence   chslns, thence wast  50 chaina, thenca nurth SO      Taka nolice lhat thirty day. Irom date, 1, A. T
eaat 20 chaina to point nt commencement, con*    chains, thence eaat SO ehaina lo place ol com- Broderick ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupallon
mencoment. ���     , bank managed, intend to apply to Iho Chid Com-
Daled Sept. II, 1911.    C. K. BAINTER, Ucaior mUaioner ol Unda lor a licenc to prospect for
I'ub. Sept. 2-1. coal and pCi-oleum on and uneler 610 acroa ol
land on (Iraham I .lantl deMTibasd a. lollosra:
Sknna Laml DUtricl ���DUlrict of Queen Charlotte       Commenrlng at a poat planted two milea norlh
Take notice lhal thiny day. Irom date, I, C. B. ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 17, marked S. Vi.
Uaintor ol I'rlnce Rupert,  II. C, by occupation corner A. T. II. Coal Uaae No. 25, Ihence norlh
for permission lo purchase the following iloeerilied   bookkeeper, inlnd  lo apply to the ihi.-l Com- SO chaina, thenre eaat BV chain., thence aouth SO
land.: mUsloner ol Unda lor a licence to proapect lor chaina, thence weat SO chaina to placo ol com-
Commencing at a post  plantee! at the north-   coal and  i, a r..1. ,,���,  on and  under 640 acrea ol ' mencement.
wa-st corner 100 chains east ami 2u chains north   land on Graham Island described aa followa: A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
Irom N, K. corner ol I.ot lilt', Harvey's Survey ,     Commencing at a poat planted one mile north DatedSept. 12, ISII. C. E. Iiamti r. Agent
Coast District Range 5, therce 20 cha,n. aouth,   ol C.  E. II. Coal  Leaaa No. 9, marked N. W, I Pub, Sapt. 83.
ll.ence ho chain,   east, thenre SO chain, north,   corner C. E. II. No. 10, thenre aoutb 80 chains,
(hence   10 chains  wnsl,  Ihenco 60 chain, aoulh,   thonce nest SO chair.a,  thence north  80 chain.,
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER ���*.*  BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel Is run on the European
rlan.    First-class service.    All the Utest Modern
mprovemente. ���:���:��� BEDS Coc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
laining 40 acrea more or la
Dateel August 15, 1911.       KRANK S. MILLKR
I'ub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agenl
Skeona Land DUlricl���Hi trie, of i In l  Range ���>
Take notice lhal Uttle McTavUh of Vancouver,
occupallon   married   woman,   intenela   lo   apply
thence 40 chain, wost to post ol commencement   thence east 80 chains to place ot commencement.
C. E. BAINTER. Ucator
Hated Sepl. 11, 1911.
I'ub. Sept. J.I.
I No 8, marked N. E. corner
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER of tho Estate ol JOHN
CAPECCI late of the City of Prlnco Ruperl, in
the Province ol British Columbia, deceased:
NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
having any claim, or domand. agalnat the late
John Capeccl, who died on or about tbo Sth elay
ol December, 1910, at I'rlnce Ruperl, 11. ('., are
roe-ulred to aend by post prepaid or to deliver
to the underaigned Solicitor horoln for Adolfo
Aaaall, AdmlnUtralor, their name, and adilrfasf-a
and lull partlculara in writing of their claims and
statement, nf tholr accounts, and thc nature of
the securities, if any, hold by them.
AND TAKE NOTICE that niter tho 10th elny
of December, 1911, the said Adolfo Azzflll will
proceed to dl-rtributo the assets of tho said decf-ost-tl
among the nenmn. entitled thereto, having regurtl
only to thc claims of which ho will thon have i,���.i
notice, and that the .aid Adolfo Arinll will mat
be liable for tho aald anota or any part thereof
to any persons of whoso claim ho Is not then In
receipt of notice.
DATED at Prineo Rupert, II. C lho 2nd day of   east,  (hence, (1
November, A. I'.,  1911.
U W.  PATMORE,
Solicitor for tho said
Adolfo Ar.7i.li.
Inntaining 400 acre, more or It*..,
Dated Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. ill Kred W. Hehler, Agenl
Skeenu Land District District of Const Rango B
Take notice thut Miw, Msry Mutville of (Tare,
Ireland, occupation spinster, intends to npply
for permission lo purchase the following ela-srilael
lands:
Comme-ncing at ii post planteel one. chains north
ol the southensi rirrni-r ol Lot 6:12, Ihenee ritmh
40 chains, thence i-sst 20 chains, tlience south 40 , ol C'. E. B. Coal ...
chains, ihence west 80 chains to |Milnt ol com* ' ��I C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. II, thenoe south 80
menr-pment; containing eighty acn-., more or less ' chains, thence west 80 chaina, thence north 80
Dated (l-t. II. I'lll. MISS MARY MICVILLK chains, (hence eaat 80 chaina to placa ol corn-
Pub. Nov. 11, Jttlin C. Miilvillf. .Igonl   niencoment.
I Dated Sepl. II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Holla Coola Unel Dislrict -District ol Coast Range i Pub. Sept. 23.
8
Tako notice that II. M. (Iill ol Dundalk, Ire-   Skoena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
land,   occupallon   gentleman,   Inlenda   to   apply !     Take nolice that thirty days Irom date, I, C. E.
for  permission  to lease  tho following describe! ! Bainter of I'rince Rupert, fi. C., by occupation
, land.: j laonkkecpcr, inlend lo apply to the Chiel Com-
Commenelng at a posl planted on the shore missioner ol Und lor a licence to proepect for
oi Neclectsconnay Hiver nltoiit 10 chain, wnt I coal and petroleum on and under 610 acrea of
j of Indian licae-m- Line ,llience wmt 00 chains I land on (iraham Island deacriliad aa lollowa:
i following tho channel ol Nt-clt-ctsconnny River, ' Commencing at a poal planted two mllea north
[ thence south 80 chains moro or leea to channel "' ''. E. II. Coal Lease No. 7, marked C. E, II.
lol llelln Coola lUvor, Ihence following channel I Coal Uase No. 12. Ihence Miuth SO chaina, thenca
| of llelln Coola Klver easterly 60 chains, north I cast 80 ch.ln., tbence north 80 chain., thenca
80 chains moro or less to point of commoncemenc | *eat 80 chain, to place ol commencement
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Queen CharloUe
Take notice that thirty daya from dato, I, A. T.
llroderick ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
I bank manager, Inlend to apply to the Chief Com-
Skeena Unel DUtricl���DUlrict ol Queen CharloUe ' mUsloner ol Unds lor a licence to prospect for
rake notice lhat Ihirty days fronm dale. I, C. E.   coal and  petroleum on  and under 640 caree ol
Hainter of I'rince Rupert, II. C, occupaUon book. ! land on Craham laland deacrilied aa lollows:
ki-eiM-r, intend to apply to the Chiel CommUaioner .     Commencing at a poat plnated two miloa north
ol Unala for a licence to prospect lor coal and j ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 20, marked S. E.
petrole'um  on and  under 640 arm. ol land  on   corner A. T. II. Coal Learn No. 26, (henna north
(.raharn Island deeeribed ., lollon: \ 80 chaina  (hence weat 8.) chains, thenoe aoulh
Commencing at a post planted two mile, north , 80 chaina, thenca eaat SO chain, to place ol com-
Skaona Und DUtm:   Dauict o.'Qnath
Iriasdi
Tako notice Out   lust    U, Hron-fl
Rupert, oocupatinii ���*..:--13
(lie l'liit-1 ('utuit.t ���.���'.*.
littntf to prospect : . ;.-..���
antl under Ihe foil a cnbetl k*tSi
Waal Coaat ol Ural
Commencing at 1 u 1 three all
ul lhe auutheast �����
norlh  so chain.. - *. fttati
aoulh Ml chain., ti -Mx,u-a
commencement.
a   ri.s 11 liituvrx,!,
Located Auglut la*   I 111.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Uni In '1
Take no':., ��� ...U
Ilainler ol Kir-.-
bookkeeper,  lot. til
iiii-tsiom-r ol Lai ts frm*
roal and i��r*e.*:' .
Und on Craham Itlai -
Cummeneinc a'   -
Ti.:..i ,.,-nir.. 1 1
C. E. 11. Ooal Laa
(hence *e*x .-"a r .
1-i.nre ea��i ***** *'
t ,i,t.li.irr_ 6(0 acr,. 1:   ���
Daled Sepl. IE. Ull. a. L BUI
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skoena Und DUtr.. ���  lijjeaiO
bland. , __
Tako nolice thai   I ':   Hieaasl
Rupart, aaddler. I , 10 Ik 1
CommUaioner of LM ' * '
xo proepect lor c.l, oil and leiialigaSM
under the. I���ll�����.-. .iinilHy
Coaat ol Craham I    -
Commencing at a 1
of the northeast con
aouth 80 chains, II- ' *
ehaina north, thenn-
commencement.
A0STIK U. HROWN. I.
Ucalrd August 1st. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. IS.
LAN!) PURCH   il   N"TK"E|
containing 480 acre., more or I,
Dated August 28, ISII. ||.   M.  CL1KK
Puli. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agenl
Skn-lin l.nnel Dislriel -DUtrlel of Coasl Kongo fl
Tako nolico that Honjnmln Russel Kieo of
I'rlnce Kuperi, II. C, ncrupalion waiter, intond.
to Htijily fear permisslxfi to j.urilir,-, the following
described land.:
DatedSept. II, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
C. E. BAINTKR, Locator
( ommenclng nt n post planled (,fl chains snulh land on (iraham Island described as follows
from the .oulheasl corner ol Lol 110110. Post 1 Commencing at a post pl.nted two mllo
mWkSd II. K. It S K. Corner, Ihenco 70 chains ; of C. E. II. Co.l Uase No. 7, marked S. W
west.  llience H  chains  linrlli,  thenee  70  chains ; C.   B.   11.   Coal   Uaae  No.   13,  thence  n,
chnl-is soulh lo point ol   commencement, containing 486 nrrrs nioro or less.
BENJAMIN  RUSSEL KICK
Dated October 21, Hill.
I Pub. Not. 2.
Skoens Und Diatrict���DUtrict ol Quern Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty dava from dale, I, C. E.
Ilainler ol I'rlnce Rupert, fi. ('., by occupaUon
tinokki-opcr, Intand to apply lo the Chlet Commissioner at Unds for a licence to proepepct for
coal^ anajt petroleum on and under. 610 acrea ol
.:
Ids north
corner
._ north 80
chains, thenco east 80 chains, thenco south 80
chains, thenco wet 80 chaina to placa ot commencement,
DalnlSeiit.il, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
mencement.
A. T. BRODEKICK, Locator
Dated Sepl. 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrirt���District ol Queen Charlotta
Tako notice that thirty day. from date, I, A. T.
llroderick ol Prince Rupert, 11. C, by occupallon
bank manager, Inlend lo apply lo lhe Chief Com-
misslnner ot Unds for a licence lo prooiaect for
coal and pelroleum on and under 610 acroa of
land on (Iraham Island described aa follows:
Commencing at a poet planted two miles nortb
of C. E. B. Co��l Uiun. No. 21, markoal S. K
corner ol A. T. B. Coal l.eaee No. 27, thence
w���t 80 ehains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 ch.ins, thence .outh 80 chain, lo place
of commencement.
_     A A. T. BRODKRICK, Ucator
Daled Sepl. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnier, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
<n-e-e Und DUtrirt���District ol Queen Charloti
Take notice that thirty day. Irom dale. I, C. K
ll.lnter of Prince Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply lo (he Chiel Ceim*
mU.lone- ol L.ntls for a lleenee to prospt-rt for
eoal and prtrolei-tn on and under (,10 acrea of
land on liraham Island described as fnlloe-ni:
Commenrlng a. a port planted at the southwest
corner ol Coal l-caae No. 4468 marked ('. K H
Coal Leaae No. ?8, thonce north 80 chain., thence
west 80 chain., Ihence; ew.it h 80 chains, Ihence
east 80 chains to point ol rommencement covering
sll foreshore Tlahn Poinl.
Dated Sept. 12, 1��11. C. E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeena Und DUtn,
Take   nolice   thai    '
Vann.u.er.  It. 1
lo apply l..r permls..]--
di-acnla-d lanel.:
Commennint   .1   I
iluenrs- a,r Blne-ki
about Iwo mala*. ... 11
Telegraph cabin.    I'���-
Corner, thone*.1 -" cl
aaat, thenre Ml ctisn
weat to point ol ssml
acre, more or lea..
CUAII
D.led September 21, I I'I I-
I'ub. Nor. 2.
Skeen. L.n.l I'M*
Tako notice that Thorns, a.
couver,   II. C, occipk-ian
apply lor permiasion to :
de-rent*.-,! lands:
Commencing il . I" '
fliience ol lllackr.ler rl< *
two mile, aouth ol the ai.
cabin.   Port marknl T. �����   ***
no chains norlh, Ihenn' -���'
chains stiulh, thrne-a* BO 1
mmmencoment, conlaininir '
THOMAS
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und DUtricl    I
Take  notice lhal Am 11
Vancouver. H. C occur.
to apply lor permission t<> I
rl,  rrril."    I     I a|ll-
Commoneing at n  po I
fluence of Ulackwatcr river    .
two miloa Miulh from llu* si.'    ,
rabln.    Po.1  marknl  A.   J
Ihence 80 chains sonlli.  t
Ihence 80 chains north.
lo point of commeiicemeni. e
more or Iras. .  , ,,,,.
ANUIS JA\,
Dateel Sepl. 2.1, 1911-
I'ub. Nov. 2.
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Skoena Und DMlM    '   .
T.ke nolico that  Hofbart
couver, II. C., occii|tsti,"i t' '  '
lo apply lor permission lo p'
deecrilH-d laneis: Ualad
Commeneing   at   n   DOS.   I
tluenee of lllackwater r,..r
alwul Iwo mllos soul I,  ol  ,
Telegraph  cabin.     I'���*t   ""'"" '
Corner, thenco 80 clisin"    '"
west, thence 80 ehains nortn,
east to point ol commenn'in,'  ���
acrea more nr leas-        ,,-nnl 111 " *****
llatnl Sept. 23, 1911       IIERBLHI
Pub. Nor. 2.
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;    Take  nollco  lhat  I,  Thami
1 I'rlnre   Ituperl.   H.   ( ������   **""'''
broker, Intend lo apply mr I"   ���
Ithe lollowing dosrrll.e-d lanel..:
1     Commencrng al a psot l'i��    ,
! corner ol pro-emptlein '?>"���* A'.
ehains. thenco south 40 ��Slnj,
I chains lo .Ivera of lake, th ' '
,oi lake In a northerly direction
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Dalad Sept. 6, 1911.
Pub. Sepl. 9.
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a  business   career you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
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S.S. Prince Rupert
For
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AND
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Fridays, at 8 a.m.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For Port Simpson   Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 P. M.
For Masset and Naden Harbor every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencini; November 9th.
For   Skidegnte,   Jewday,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
Commencing November 2nd.
Railway service to Vanarsdol, mixed
trains from Prince Rupert Wcdnes*
days and Saturdays 1 P. M., returning
Thursdays and Sundays 4 P. M.
On your Chriitmai visit Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syat.m
from Chicago.   The finest and best
service over Double Track Routs.
Connections with all roads East and
West.    Atlantic Steamship booking,!
arranged..    Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
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FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
fi
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prucess
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Princess Mary
Saturday, November 18th, al 9 a.m.
For Victoria, Vancouver and Seallle
J. G. McNab General Agenl
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. GI.UCK. Sec.
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     I
This Is a little section of the paper, which irom day to day will be devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any and all ol the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms aro invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will Iill a social need.
PURS FOR W..-.TKH,
Kiioiiu* Ih ibe Rage in Fashionable
dreles This Winter���White i-'ms
Popular.
Furs of every description are being mili/.i'il this season on even the
most rragi'o gowns, especially the
elaborate creations lor evening wear.
Hands of fur are used to edge lhe
costly lace tunics ami chiffons.
Skunk Is ngiiln much used, hut seems
in have given first place io ermine,
You see selB of ermine for day nnd
evening wear, large wide scarfs and
arm muffs made especially to set off
Hie afternoon gown, and wide col-
lara on evening cloaks of ermine.
The very latest novelty Is the new
oiicrn bag In ermine, to be carried
both in the afternoon and evening
���it Is made In many odd shapes,
and resembles the alms bags of earlier days,
I'olrct is responsible for the chic
combination of white nnd black fox
furs. They are most sninrt. The
white skin Is worn over one shoulder
and the black skin ls crossed nnd
thrown over the oilier shoulder. The
skins of Ihe inui'i are made In opposite order, and the efteel Is most
striking and very  French.
Many of the fur sets this season
are mude in sets of three, muff and
-��� ...I.-, nnd for the third Ihe new
arm bag again; some sets nre made
in four pieces,Jn addition to the arm
bag Is the little Victorian bonnet of
fur, thut is most becomlni to nearly
everyone and therefore very popular.
On some of the white iurs are
placed enormous l.ouls Seize knots
that resemble a double lovers' knot.
In black sniin or velvet, and add a
distinctly French touch Hint Is much
souglii after.
HOWE & McNULTY
GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   *,.���������. ;1,���   Chandlery
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FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
It. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ic and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Oflice.
II. fiur,l���n Munro W. NlehotsOD Ulley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
months, he would Insist ou n preucli-
cr being called In or the engagement being declared off.
The question Ol prohibiting marriages where the engagement bus
been less than u mouth has been
agitated In Kansas for several years.
But this year the probate fudges
generally are pushing the work und
the next legislature will he usked to
provide that before a marriage licence can be issued the mans must
he published ii month.
"The chief need for u happy wedded life is that the mun and woman
understand each other thoroughly,"
suid judge MeOandleas. "1 do not
ihink tills can be done In a month,
and continuing the engagement for
a year or two does not help a bit.
The long engagement is nearly as
had as the short one. I can see
how the affections can he aroused
at a chance meeting of two people,
but they ought to take a little time
to study each other firsl, get an
understanding of each other's disposition and character. These hurry-
up weddings nearly all result disastrously and 1 would stop every one
It I could, lis all because there is
a lack of understanding before the
ceremony. There ought to be a law
to prevent these hurry-up or love-
-i' iii -i Mi*In  weddings."
Builders- Hardware
Vulyes & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granltewara      Tinware
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ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 361
I.OVi: AT KlltST BIGHT,
-Indue   tl* i until,���   Says   II.-   Would
Like to Kuppt-<"��. ll   Hi   Law.
A Kansas Judge has started a
movement among probate judges to
stop "love ai first sight" wedding In
���\nnsas. Judge McCnndless Is also
a believer In short engagements and
ir he had his way, afler an engagement   had   run   along   fire   or    six
hoi si III.I.II  HINTS.
Turpentine Is excellent for washing sinks which have become dull
aud dirty.
The Juice of a tomato Is said to
he excellent to remove Ink, wine, and
fruit stains.
When mixing starch the adldtlon
or a row drops or turpentine will
give a fine gloss to collnrs nnd
cuffs.
Xo Kile for u Me.nth.
It is exactly a month since there
wns a fire serious enough lo neccs-
sllnte a call for the brigade In Prince
lluperl. The Insurance companies
sure have a cinch In this city or
en refill people, but It's very much
"JiiBt as well." We don't want any-
big blazes In Prince Ruperl, not even
to give lhe reporters a big "story."
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, comer Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottages cort.er Second Avenue utui
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots in all parts ol the city.
FIRE   INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
ALFRED CARSS,
of Ilrltlaeli Clumlilu
and Miuilloltu llur..
V. BENNETT, B.A.
uf II.C. Ontario, Saa-
knl,-tiewun and Al-
liertii liar..
CARSS & BENNETT
Bakkihtkks, NOTARIES, Etc.
Offlce-Exehiinife blm-k, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. PrinM Ruoert. 8
C. D. RAND
Second Ave. Phone 112
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilfiilnl o|,t*rnlionii .kilfully treated. Ga. and
locul iiniiHthelie-s adnUBlBUrad -Of the painlt-s. ex-
trncUon of (t-clh.       Consultation free.     Offlce.:
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Alcx.M.Munsoti ll. A.,     W.K.Williiiin.,.l.A.,L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Kupert, B.C
P.'O. BOX ii
I'UINCE KUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
HTML OF WM. 1'OXON, Kail.. A.R.A.M.. ION., KNt:
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay  Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, I/eatl,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cast) Store
735  THIRD AVE.
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Wilbur Wright can  now  Soar  (if the  Air Like a Sea-Gull Without
Motive Power on Glider-Says that Soon wc will All be Able to do It
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INTERIOR DECORATORS
BOX 120 PHONE 16T. GREEN
P.O.
Second Avenue, n.ar
McBride
Orvllle Wrighl iiaa round the real
i secret or flight, rr bellres he has.
��� Satisfied that hla- gliding experiments
have pointed the way low.iri! Ihe
revelation of lhe secret of the birds,
he Is going back to Unytnn ami his
workshop, there to work and plan,
and eventually he hopes lo perfect
an apparatus which anyone may
take out Into lhe street, flap the
wings anil soni oft Into lhe air, wllh-
iiin -.ther power than his or her own
inusi :* s.
"Gentlemen," be Bald to a group
Ol newspaper men who watched him
soar tieaily ten minutes the other
.lay, "1  have found what  I  wanted.
"I could have sat up there let.
hours Just as enslly as ten nilnules
We arc now going back lo llaytnn,
where there Is going lo be WON
pretty hard work for I while. Ill
about a month we will have another
story for you."
Hlal.lllty Vel   Is Larking.
There Is only one (..ore thing need-
,.,! now. nml ihnl Is a stability device, and that. Orvllle Wright bellies, he will perfect al llaylon Then
all humanity may Ity.
The machine Mr Wright used, and
after which lhc perfected fIdler will
be modelled, Is III Its essentials Ihe
same as lhal of the usual Wright
biplane, Without Ihe motor. The specially prepared canvas wings are
stretched on a stout bui light series
of spars and struts. All parts of
the wings, and particularly the tips,
are under the control of the operator through heavy, tested copper
wires. This Is the wing wnrplng device ol lhe Wrights ca Wed oul to
perfection.
Kuilder   Like   a   Bird-  Tall.
II   Is the rudder  thai  attracts lhe
greateol attention.   This is in two
purls, a vertical, ennvns clad plane
ilm. rises about two feet higher than
the lop of the glider, nnd the hurl-
/i,iilnl plane of equal length Hint
tony be lifted or depressed like a
bird's (all. The vertical rudder
swings right or left in Inslntil obedience lo the movement of the aviator's body, and Ihe horizontal plane
raised   or  lowered   by  a  lever.
The flight began without fuss nr
lereniniiy. I.orlu and Ogllvle carried
lhe glider tienrly to the top of Kill
lie.il lllll, Tun reel high, where the
northeasterly gale whirled lhe sands
from Its crest in yellow clouds.
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From Ryrie's
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refund the money If you
are not absolutely satis-
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Our handsome new 124
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of Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, China, Cut
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Etc., will be mailed upon
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TORONTO
seal anil gripped the lever nl his
right  hand. The spruce skids flexed
beneath his weight, bnl did mu sink
Into the sand. Ogllvle gripped lhe
wooden uprights tu one end of the
frame, uml  LorlO at Hie other.
"Oo," said On lllo, crisply. I .own
hill he rushed, the men lulling th.*
glider wllh Ihem Inio the teeth of
the wind. The gale swept under
Ihe lop of lhe pintle before they bad
gone three yards. Orvllle nodded,
'I'll. '��� released their hold and lhe lin>-
torless contrivance sailed gracefully ���
over I heir beads.
Uust* \\ ii limn Power.
Steadily, beautifully, II soared. Or-
vllle's body swayed lltely, easily, us
Ihe gtiDts came, and relaxed when
they passed. Every movement COUld
be seen, as Ihe glider was only about
twenty feet above Ihe point from
where ll   took  the air.
Suddenly Orvllle flipped the right
wing upward, nnd lhe gilder soured
lo a higher level, sell ling again to
an even keel 111 obedient c lo the
thrust of the hnilzniit'il tall, tin'
vertical plane beside the nvltai.r
swung a uni.- to the left mid the
glider lacked Immediately Into the
gale at a sharp angle, li was eBay,
ridiculously easy, it teemed as If
anybody could do It, Thm man,
holding his big while wings motionless ngalnst the grey sky, seemed to
belong up there
Then Orvllle brought (he glider
do
terfly. Ills musk of 11 fine twitched
with the excitement that, surged
within.
"We have It," wns his i-omineiit
to  the  group  thai   swarmed   ..round  i
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Curried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
i THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English ami American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
Hotel Central
Cor. Fint A*
nn i 7th Str-tct
Kurnpenn nti-1 AttH'ricm |>'an. ������tenm
hr.it>*-!, mod-tni convmlmeMa HaI"��
tun to tt>B0 p��r day.
I', l.t Black
Proprietor
FEED STORE
We carry every thi nit In lho feeil lint*, n I ft" garden -.. ��� i .ii tin* luwi'nt m i' -.* ��� pri CM! at <' "ll.'ir i a
ol�� Ki wl St nr.-. Market Plure
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phone* ll or301
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I hnirlaiKl. miH'ts ilia, lie-.l  naa I   rlrrl   Teieadav.   In
���toll month In uw Bona of Bngiand Hall, -in 2nd
Ave. at h p.m.
t, V. CLARK. S.t.
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ERNEST A. WOODS. I', I  |,����� "A    '"""
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.e.M.
Teacln-r of I'iniio, Violin ami
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave.
Between7th .t sth Sis.
Prinoe Rupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES UEASONAHLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
OI'EN DAY ANI) NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS anii KVIIALMEIW
Femoral   Dlrecleira
M An-, near <ith St. I'la.ine Nai. Sal
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
wn wllh  the light grace of a but-  m,  ._,, , .   ... . _.. _,
,   . 11'n.me Iih 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
"It only remains lo develop the flying Instinct that Is dormant In every i mBKll./ni,.,,
person.    Thnl Is the purpose ol this
glider.    Then  everyone  inn  fly.     It I CIGARS
Utile's NEWS Agency
Orvllle settled himself In Ihe light l will be like walking or swimming.
:: Periodicals -.-. Newspapers
I  TOBACCOS  -.:   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
..... THE DAILY NEWS
FREE
TRIP
ROUND
THE
WORLD
We have just arranged with one
of our clients to place forty-two
lots on the market under exceptional
advantages to the purchasers: The
lots are some of the best in Sections
7 and 8. The prices are as low-
as any on the market, und the
terms so easy���monthly���that anyone can buy. Along with this
exceptional offer, each lot admits
the purchaser to a drawing for a
FREE TRIP ROUND THE
WORLD. If you hold the lucky
ticket the trip is yours; or yea
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances ore good���
one in forty-two. Come in and
investigate.
H.F. McRAE
'AND COMPANY
THIItll  .WKXt'K  CLOSED.
AT THE THEATRE
Grand   Farewell   Bill   at   The
Empress Theatre Tonight
Last night the Seaman &
Cleveland Company shewed their
versatility by a clever minstrel
show performance. Tonight
they will bid farewell to their
friends with a crackerjack performance of "Honeymoon Trail."
This is one of the best of their
shows and a bumper house is assured this pleasing company.
The Daughters of the Empire
will hold a meeting on Wednesday afternoon at 3.30 at the residence of Mrs. McMullin.
CITIZENS NOW  AS  ALPINE
CLIMBERS
Third Avenue Rock Grade Between First and McBride St.
Being Completed���Avenue is
Closed.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY   WILL   REPAY
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.���Houoeo and Rental..
Wheel Traffic Diverted Between First
and Mclirlilc ttweti via Second
Avenue.
At last the heavy gap between
First Street nnd McBride Street Is
bolus filled solidly. In a few days
It Is probable thai truffle will be
relieved of the steep grade which
has been Dade temiKirarlly on Third
Aveune at this point, just past the
Nawa office towards Mcllride Street.
Meanwhile. In order that the fill may
be speedily completed, traffic has
been diverted through First Street
on io Second Avenue, and so on to
McBride Street, Third Avenue being
closed entirely until by day and night
Inbor the desired level grade can
be achieved. Fill Is being brought
by the longest haul yet necessary In
I'rince Rupert street grading all the
way from Fifth Street via Second Avenue.
Alpine climbing is the latest
stunt for section six citizens on
their way citywards.    For the
past year or two pedestrian traffic and wheel traffic alike have j
chosen Third Avenue as the most
convenient way to reach the bus-J
iness section.    Second Avenue
for some reason or another has
never been fit for much of either
sort of traffic since the grading
started on it.    Now, however,
after long delay, the thoWare
has been effectually closed for
the completion of the rock grade
to join McBride street.   Wheel
traffic is diverted by way of First
street and Second Ave, and all
the citizens who have done no
Alpine climbing,  or hunting in
the Rockies, are advised to foi-'
low the same deviation.     The
longest way round is probably
the shortest way home in this
case,   unless   you  contemplate
going home via the General Hospital.      No provision whatever
has been made for  pedestrain
passengers.
Steamboat Toots
Camosun arrived from Vancouver with freight, mail and
passengers, leaving this morning
for Stewart.
Princess Mary for Vancouver
tomorrow morning. She arrives
from the Islands today.     v
Camosun for Vancouver tomorrow afternoon.
Princess May from Vancouver
Monday, p.m.
OUR Companlea are noted for prompt and juat
aettlementa. We write every known etas, of
Insurant-.'. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Co.
1	
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Wanted
-1
Maternity nurse open  tor oniratrement   from
Nov. 15th.   Apply Box 2169 News. 2t��-265
Wanted. ��� Dreeunaking. cleaning and itreai-
iiiK-. repairing for men and women Mrs Charles
Percher. 820 Third Ave.   Phon* 29*1 Red.     tf
<j��*^***^.
Lost and Found
n
The Big
Furniture Store
Furniture of every description at pricea that
cannot be beaten.
,-*��..**...**.. ^..%oi ���-... a .. .i ..-*... *���*,
FOUND-2 Small Keya.   Inquire at Newa Oflle-e.
225-tf
Found���Ladlea' opal  aet  brooch.    Owner  eend
deacrlptlon to E.J.M., Dally Newa.       258-259
r
Real Estate
J
Will buy lota In Prince Rupert at bargain prire.
for caah. Aoply P. 0. Box BeO .tallng location,
price, etc. 231-tf
Stenographer
BUY COAL STOCK
Special Notice
An important meeting of the
Prince Rupert Choral Society
will be held in the Presbyterian
church, -4th ave., on Monday,
Nov. 20th, at 8 p.m. All members specially asked to attend,
new members heartily invited.
Immense interest is being taken in
Northern B. C. Coal.
The opportunity for big fortunes
awaits those who buy stock now (first
issue at extremely low figures).
Investigate Northern Anthracite Collieries, Ltd., at our office���dollar shares,
16. each, 5c. cash.
H. F. McRAE .fc CO.
Phone 205 Second Avenue   n8
Bowling League
In Ted Morrison's Bowling Al-
lev and Pool Room last nichf* thp 1t-1*-** for s*d�� in Section 6, Block 22. Lot 16. ?t
n.y aim rooi rvoom lust, nignt, me    Av<!   Apply Mike Rurich, Box 6S2city,    tf
following schedule was  drawn
up   in    the    games    for    the
Challenge Cup-
Monday night���Quill Drivers
vs. G.T.P.
Wednesday night: ��� Business
Men's No.  1 Team vs.   Union
Bank.
Friday night:���Premier Hotel
vs Business Men's No. 2 team.
Messrs. Morrison, Joyce and
Vance will arrange the rest of
tee scheddle.
PHONE S01 r.O. BOX 801
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC MKaCIIANTS'   DELIVERY 8EBVICE
For
Baim-i-iffc, Storaae and Forwarding Aaenta.
Kins or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
H. Robinson returned last
night on the Camosun after a
successful trip to Vancouver and
Victoria on Captain Gardiner's
large gasoline launch.
Don't Buy Coal
Wait! The first week in December the Westholme Lumber
Company, Limited, will begin
selling Ladysmith Coal for 88.50
per ton, delivered.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
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Ea.tern atenognpher of wide experience w.i,is
pii.itiun. Addreaa "Stenographer." 062 Cordova St., Vancouver, B.C. t-f
r
For Sale
__i
For Sale ��� Complete cabin furnishings, Including cook stove, tables, chairs, tableware, cook*
in* utensils, beds, with coal and provisions *25
C. Durant Hays Bids. 264-270
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraier and Sth.        Choice Win*, and Cigar.
RUPERT'S   PALACE   OF    COMFORT
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND AVENUE
I'RINCE aiTEHT
Cor. Srd Av.
and Sth si.
The James
Nicely fumlohed room.. Good table- bawd
Board $4.75 Room aad Board 17.00
-jualitt Hum rruc-u low
Conservatives Hold Meeting
Members of the District Conservative
Association will meet to-night in the
Conservative olub room, 2nd avenue.
Delegates from distant associations
are represented by proxies.
Sir John Carling Dead
Senator Sir John Carling, a
former Post-master General and
Minister of Agriculture, has passed away at his home in London.
He was in his 84th vear.
Applications will be received
up to November 25th, 1911, by
the Board of Directors of the
Prince Rupert General Hospital
Association from women wishing to take a full course of
training in nursing. 12t
Important Motion
At Monday's council Aid. Hilditch
will move that a plebiscite be taken of
ratepayers only at the next municipal
election on the question of IocbI improvement work charges, whether to
be from general fund or on the local
improvement plan.
Fined $200 and Costs
"Darby" Graham, who was remanded the other day on a charge of supplying liquor to Indians waa today found
guilty, and fined $200 and costs, or four
months.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Pretty china cups
Wallace's.
and  saucers 15c.
New
mings.
fringes,   tassels,
Wallace's.
dress
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
L
CHRISTMAS
���CARDS���
But five weeks remain. Dainty
cards for dainty people���assortment
large and varied.
Our strictly Prime Rupert Cards
with local views and local verse are
stunners.
Don't miss seeing these.
Lot on Third Ave., with improvements,
$8600.
Lot on Eleventh  St.,   with  income of
$40 per month. $2625.
Lots 23-24, (block 23, section 1, cor. of
Seventh St.   and Third  Ave.,   price
$30,000.
Lots  15 and  16,  block  9,  section   6,
$2100 pair.
Lots  15 and  16,  block  4   section  5,
$1260 each; easy terms.
Double corner on Eighth Ave.,  section
G, $1500.
Double corner on Ninth Ave.,   section
fi, $1350 pair.
Two fine view lots on  Borden St., for
$3150 pair; good terms.
Lots 11 and 12, block 23, section 6,  for
$2168.75 pair.
Lot 20. block 28, section 6, $975.
Lot 7, block 20, section 6,  $1900;  half
cash"
Lot 22, block 35, section  7,  $700;  half
cash.
60 feet on Sixth Ave., section 7, $1200.
trim- { Lots 3 and 4, block 22, section  7, $550
each; terms to suit purchaser.
' LoU 21 and 22, block 43, section 7, for
$316 each.
Lots  11  and  12,   block 22,  section 8,
$800 pair; half cash, bai. 1, 2, 3 years.
Lots in all parts of section 8 with small
cash  payments  and easy  terms on
the balance.
SECTION TWO
The sale of lots in section 2 will take
ace on Wednesday, November 29th.
S have made a personal inspection of
thia section and nave a thorough report on all property with regard to
grades, view, etc., end will be pleased
to act as agents for intending purchasers.
GRADES IN  SECTION
Before the auction of lots in section 2,
intending purchasers should carefully
Study the Lot Grades
y by
obtaining a copy of the large map (3 ft
6 in. by 2 ft.) complied from official records by J. H. Pillsbury, CE. This
gives   full   details  of contours,   topo*
f-raphical features,  street grades and
ot elevations.
NUCE-TWO DOLLARS
For Sale at the Office of
C. B. SCHREIBER ft CO.    -    Prince Rupert
1113 Third Ave. P. O. Box ��16 Phone SJ
Pill*
Wo
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
the selling by auction of Lots
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instructions to buy, together with the
cash for the amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sale���One quarter
cash and balance in I, 2 and 3
years at 6 per cent.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ava.,
Limited.
Princ* Rupert, B.C.
McRAE BROS., Ltd.
Everything for Ih* offle*
-INSURANCE-
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD   AVENUE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Sln*n�� Land lii.irict--IH.trlct ol Cout lUaito r,
Tak. notio* thit Lclleay F. (irant ol Prine.
Rupert, II. C, oceupatlon rlvll en-p-eawi. Intenda
lo itpi-ly lor prrmiaaloD to purcl,eea tht iollowtni
Ih ��� ���
th. iollo'
rlr-.,-iil.,Ml land.
Commencing nt a poat planted aliout 8 1-Z mile.
In . northerly ellreeilon Irom the northeaat corner
P*��t ol Lot in ".i, 11.1,1. ix, Coul DUtrlct, thence
���ait SO cholrta, thonc* north SO chain., thenn
***** to b.nk ol rivar, thenc* aouth Inlloa-leig
hank of river to point of commaneaTnoDti coa-
talnlne mo arte-., moro or let*.
lletmlHapt. S, 1611. LEItOY   F.  ORANT
Gordon C. GmiMinn, Aj.nt
Pub. Del. 10.
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS   . OFFICE
-||-MI^4I><%I**
ADVERTISE  IN
NEWS
THE
Lots 12 and 13, Block 29, Section 1,
Park Avenue. Price $5000, one-lourth
cosh, balance 6-12-18 months.
Lot 7, Block 28, Section 5, Summit
Avenue. Price $626. $226 cash,
balance $50 every three months.
Lots 5 and 6, Block 22, Section 7, Sixth
Avenue. Price $600 each, one-hall
cash, balance easy.
Lot 3, Block 24, Section 7, Sixth Avenue.
Price $600, one-half cash, balance
monthly. ���
Lots 19 and 20, Block 4, Sect on 8,
rorner Ninth and Donald.  Price $800,
one-lourth cash, balance 6-12-18
months.
Everything for
Housekeeping
f. w. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St
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Phone 62     ��
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HOUSES FOR SALE
Four room house, Ambrose Avenue,
plastered and painted, best harbor
view in <*hy. Price $1837. $500
cash, balance $30 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
Five and ten acres, garden trucking
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 pel acre.
Terms.
FOR RENT
Stores on Second Avenue.
FOR LEASE
Three lots close in on Third Avenue,
level.   Good lease.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
NOTICE!
We have clients
for property on
Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth
A ves., close in.
Submit your listings
|g��gBftasi!a9Bfeaa!
Continental Trust Co.,
LIMITED
Second Avenue Princ* Rupert
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The Paper
for
Your Home!
THE
"DAILY
NEWS*
Kjjvg! you all the news of your own city and district as well as the principal happenings
in all parts of the world. The news is well edited, its news columns are clean and wholesome. It is a paper yo>i need in your home. The advertising columns of the News bring
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money. :      :      !   ..,._���
Bill Head.
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
Id" Commercial Printing
w* hav* * l.r(e .lock of
-*>���*>**
Ml
W. h.ndl. Blank L-edf.r
Forms  for   Loo**
l-**f Sy.t.m
Letterhead*
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlet*
For society printing, we ensure correctness of style and taste in Visiting Cards, Wedding
Invitations and Dance Programmes. For any kind of printing from the humble "dodger"
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "News Job "      :      :      :
-i I Daily News Building
PHONE   08
Third Ave
PHONE   98

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