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Twenty-four hours ciidiifg5a.m.,
Oct. 0
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JSm Daily News
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May, Thursday,
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II, NO. 228
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, October 6, 1911.
Price Five Cents
I Alderman Kerr Will Visit the Lake on Sunday With
Parties of Men Who Went to Tender on Station
Work���Surveys to be Completed Tomorrow
ploy ment of a scaler to select
timber is suggested.
In three valleys around lhe
lake the thirty-two foot line above
lake level goes back half a mile
from the present lake edge. As
a rule, however, the rise is in an
average of seventy-five feet back.
There are nine and a half
inches of water coming over the
spillway at the dam now,
On Sunday Alderman Kerr will
visit the lake with parties of men
who intend putting in bids for
the station work. Arrangements
are being made for launches, etc.
City Solicitor Peters is to make-
application to the Governmeni
authorities for lhc use of enough
timber to serve all needs of the
work. Stumpage will probably
be exacted on this, but permission
will no doubt be obtained.
t living to the drenched state
u( the City Engineer and .-\lder-
linaii Hilditch, who had just ar-
pived back from a trip to Wood-
Iwnrili Lake, thc special meeting
lul the council adjourned last night
|ti> permit of a written report being
prepared, This will probably be
Irc.'.tly for next Wednesday. Al-
Idtiinan Hilditch in a hasty resume
lul the trip said that survey work
li*. in be completed tomorrow. It
Iii.-> found that there is a good
il more dead wootl than was
|iliotigh extistcd, and the burning
of this will take up a good deal
iif time, and be a big proposition.
I'd obtain enough yellow cedar
llu construct   the  stave-pipe  and
Id.mis it will be necessary to cut
limber above the thirty-two   foot
line around the Lake.    The cm-
Four Dogs, a Dozen Cats, and a
Teddy Bear
Every fighting -hip of the British
Navy has a mascot sometimes
more than one, and the Canadian
Navy is not behind in this respect.
On board the Rainbow there are
no fewer than four dogs, and about
a dozen cais all pets with various
groups of officers and men. But
thc mascot of the ship is undoubtedly "Teddy" the little brown
bear. He is a most distinguished
member of the crew, and can show
his teeth as formidably as the
Rainbow herself could show hers
to a hostile vessel. "Teddy" is
acquiring Various nicks under the
tuition of his friends of the crew.
Macnifick.it Talent Displayed
by Men of the Cruiser Last
In the dining room of the Empress Hotel last night some twenty-
five men of H. M. C. S. Rainbow
held an impromptu concert which
was a very grcat success indeed.
An audience of over a hundred
and fifty gathered speedily, and
enjoyed immensely the singing and
instrumental entertainment provided.
There is abundance of talent
on the Rainbow���probably players
of every known musical instrument
can be found on board, antl of
good voices there are scores.
Here in Course of Fishery Protection Business
The Cruiser Rainbow is attending to her fishery plorcclion
business at present, the Kestrel
being out of commission now and
under ihe hands of the ship
breakers. The Willi.un JolilTe is
taking the Kestrel's place effectively, and lhe Rainbow patrols the
whole coast her speed making her
a splendid fishery cruiser. She-
leaves here either Sunday of Monday morning, and while in Prince
Rupert is open to inspection at
special hours.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
Man who Erected the Electric
Light Plant Returns Home
After Eleven Years.
'rince Rupert's Programme for the Entertainment of
Officers and Men of H.M.C.S. Rainbow���Smoker
to be Held in* the Empress Theatre
The Civic Reception Committee
bnnounced this afternoon a smoker
In the Empress Theatre to be held
tonight in entertainment of the
Tnicn of the Rainliow. A fine
.gramme of songs will be presented, anil the men's own glee
club on board thc cruiser will
Contribute special items of musical
|i lent A record turnout is exhorted. This is the first stage of
iPrince Rupert"s welcome to the
Bruiser, the next will be tomorrow
Tomorrow night a reception and
lance will be given in cither the
jM.'Intyre Hall or the Kden Club
���Gymnasium.   This will be decided
jtiiis afternoon.   The reception is
|planned to give lhe citizens an
opportunity of meeting lhe officers
|"i ihe Rainbow, lt will be followed by a supper and dance.
11   is expected  that  the  men  of
Earl Grey's Scouts will be present
j in uniform at both tonight's and
I Saturday  night's  entertainments,
and ;i representative gathering of
'he cilizens and ladies is counted
on io give the Rainbow a reception
| worthy of Prince Rupert.
The Committee appointed to
look after the entertainment programme consists of Alderman Clayton, A. J. Morris, George Tite,
���'"��� R. Benson, Major Gibson,
Fred Stork, F. G. Dawson, J. A.
Kirkpatrick, H. Birch, S. P. McMordie,  George  Leek and J.  H.
Big Passage List
Nearly 180 first class passengers
went south by thc Prince Rupert
this morning.
Important Witness
Chief Vickers went south this
morning by the Prince Ruperl.
He is a witness in several important cases at the assizes at Vancouver on the Oth inst.
It R. Cogger, the English journalist writing up Canada for "Canada," went south this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Christie, of Fourth
avenue, were passengers by the
Rupert south today.
By the Princess Royal today
there left thc city Mr. Thomas
Burns, better known as Supt.
Burns, who installed the city's
electric light plant. Mr. Burns
is on a holiday trip to his parents
at Moose Jaw. It will be a looked
for return, for it is his first visit
home for eleven years.
Prior to coming to Prince Rupert, Mr. Burns was enginncr for
the Kootenay Lake Light antl
Power Company. Since leaving
the city's employ he has been at
Khtada Falls on preliminary work
for thc Prince Rupert Hydro-
F.lcctric Company.
"They have a magnificent power
there, and they are the right
people to develop it. The company
will be able to supply large |M.wer
at cceonomical rates to manufacturers. It is strictly a business
proposition with them, nnd they
know how to handle it to advantage," said Mr. Bums.
Next spring Mr. Burns will be
back at Prince Rupert again.
"Prince Rupert is too good a
place to quit," he said when
asked if his departure was for
Mission to Victoria
City Solicitor Peters left the
city for Victoria this morning
on thc Prince Rupert. His mission
is to prepare a bill to ratify the
Grand Trunk Pacific assessment,
and to obtain permission to lay
tht pipe line for the waterworks.
Rupert's Own Rainbow
In recalling famous "Rainbows"
you have known whether aerial
or afloat don't forget Bob Manila's
Digby Island Flyer, one of the
old timer gasoline boats of Prince
Detailed Description of the Rainbow-���Is Armed With Guns That
Can Throw a Six Inch Shell a Distance of Five Miles-
She Can Steam at a Speed of Over Eighteen Knots
���-Twenty-Two Canadian Boys Are on Board
Learning to be Naval Seamen
At last the long expected "Rainbow," Canada's first cruiser, and
the nucleus of a coming Heel,
steamed into Prince Rupert harbor. The Rainbow arrived at
aboul 2.HO p.m. yesterday, and
anchored opposite the Grand
Trunk boat stage. Announcement
of her coming had been flashed
to the city by the wireless station
at Digby Island, and preparations
had been made for thc Mayor to
go on board as soon as the cruiser
cast anchor.
"Evelyn" Took Mayor
In the quarantine power boat
Evelyn accompanied by Dr. Tremayne, quarantine officer for the
port, the Mayor made the trip
out to the Rainbow, and was met
by Commander I lose. The Mayor
was on board for about an hour
altogether, and <>n his return to
thc wharf informed the Daily
News that arrangements were being made for the reception of the
cruiser in manner belli ting the
port. The plans for a reception
had not then been considered, but
the Mayor entertained Commander
Hose i't dinner last night and
further details Were discussed. The
function will probably take the
form of a dance.
As soon as the Mayor had
landed the Daily News paid a
visit to the Rainbow to ascertain
when lhe public would be admitted
to see her. The first lieutenant
was authorised to announce lhal
thc ship will be open to tlu*
public of Prince Rupert from ten
a.m. today until sunset. All citizens are welcomed to inspect the
vessel, a short description of which
is here given from the British
Admiralty Classification of Naval
Powerful  Cruiser
The Rainbow is a second class
cruiser of 3,600 tons, 300 ft. long
and -I.'I ft. beam.   Her maximum
draft is 20 ft.
The cruiser's machinery consists of two sets of triple expansion vertical engines driving
twin propellors, and developing
0,000 H.P. Her forced draught
furnaces arc fed with British Columbia coal only, from Cumberland mines, her bunkers carrying
550 tons, antl she develops a sikt.I
of 18 1-2 knots.
Armed wiih two six inch guns
which  are  thoroughly  iip-io-di'ic
in mechanism, six of the famous
4.7's, eight six pounders, and one
three   pounder   (used   in    fishery
protection work to signal a foreign
trawler io heave toi, the Rainbow
has quite a formidable lighting
equipment. She carries also four
maxim guns, and two 11 inch
torpedo tubes.
Her defensive armament consists of ;l two inch protected deck,
live inches of armor plate over ihe
engine room, four antl a half itch
gun shields, and three inch armor
over the conning lower.
Bright Canadian Boys
The ship's complement is 270
all told, and at prcsenl there are
twenty-two young Canadian recruits on board, live lads of fnun
fifteen to seventeen, who arc m.iking splendid saijprs. The first
lieutenant mentioned thai lu
would welcome particularly all
blight Prince Ru|K*ri boys interested in the vessels, ami askitl
if Prince Ruperl had a Boy Scout
battalion. Boy Scouts in uniform
will I..* privileged visitors,
In .old cash tin- Rainbow represents i't. outlay of a million
dollars  there  ;>.s  she  lies  iu   the
harbor.   Then  are several other
vessels of lu-r class in the British
Ni'\\ some of them being station..I
as mine-layers guarding ilu- principal forts of the Old Land,
Splendid Feat of Navigation Performed by the Officers
of the Cruiser���Is One of the Most Dangerous
Sixty Mile Stretches on the Whole Coast
Du her way north from Vancouver the Rainbow successfully
made the nip right up to the head
of Bute Inlet and back, anchoring
at the head of lhe inlet for a day
or two. To these unacquainted
with these coasts this may seem
a simple matter. As a matter
of fact the trip represents a first
rate bit of navigation, Bute Inlet
is situated about a hundred and
twenty miles north of Vancouver,
and is sixty miles long. The
Inlet as may be seen from charts
of the coast is narrow, and studded
with danger points, islets, reefs
antl perilous title races. It is tInmost difficult channel between Vancouver and Alaska.
Nevertheless the Rainbow's Coin
mander took the big cruiser right
up to the head of Bute Inlet and
back by chart and skilful handling,
though   he   had   never   been   on
this part of the coast before.
A well known citizen of Prince-
Rupert, Mr. J. R. Beatty, who
spent some time on Bute inlet
and in its neighborhood knowing
lhe dangerous nature of the waters
there for alj but tiny craft greatly
marvelled at the feat performed
by ihe Canadian cruiser.
While at the head >.f Bute
Inlet the officers went ashore for
some hunting, and succeeded in
shooting three fine mountain goats,
two of them with splendid heads.
The skins are being preserved for
the officers quarters on ihe cruiser,
and the heads are to be mounted.
Good photographs of the trophies
were taken by the First Lieutenant.
The Ladies' Aid of the Prince
Rupert Methodist Church will
hold their annual banquet on
Thanksgiving evening. o9
The following table showing the relative strength of the Italian and Turkish
forces on sea and land will be read with especial interest at the present time.
The tables clearly show Italy's superior strength at sea, and Turkey's superior
strength on land.
Mr. J. Brock went to Vancouver
this morning with his brother who
has been in the hospital here for
some weeks.
List of the Men Who are Making
Canada's Navy.    "First Class
Fighting Men" from the Finest  Navy in the World-
Great Britain's.
Deadly Gunnery With the Rainbow's "Long Tom"
Made by Petty Officer Carr With a Floating Target a Mile Away���Study in Swift Destruction
Before steaming for Prince Ruperl, lhe Cruiser Rainbow was at
Comox, Vancouver Island, where
rille practice, and big gun practice
was engaged in for some weeks.
The officers and crew have reason
io be proud of the Rainbow's
record in shooting. It was a good
record for every rifleman and
gunner aboard.
Particularly gootl scoring was
made with the cruiser's big six
inch guns, tlu- following nore-
wnrthy records being mentioned
by the First Lieutenant:
P, I). Carr, firing six rounds
made six hiis in fifty-five seconds,
and C. P. *>��� Ferrie tiring five
rounds, made five hits in sixty
seconds. The range was fifteen
hundred yards, the target a ten
by eight  foot canvas, station.-ry,
with the cruiser steaming al twelve
knots while filing was in prgorcss.
A record like this in actus!
warfare would have meant a terrible punishing for the enemy, in
fact, sis six inch shells pumped
Into the vi.als of B foreign vessel
In fifty-five seconds would have
been enough 1<> put her oul of
Excellent records too numerous
to mention were made by tinmen of the Rainbow at the rant*. ���
when* they camped for some iim<*.
The young Canadians are nothing
if not good shots with a rille.
Battleships 12
Crusiers 23
Other fighting ships 140
Personnel 29,941
Battleships 5
Cruisers  5
Other righting ships      14
Personnel 30,600
Peace strength 225,000
Reserves 300,000
Total war strength 525,000
Unorganized reserves.      1,200,000
Peace strength	
Total war strength .
Unorganized reserves
Although now the property of
the Canadian people, and forming
the nucleus of a fleet of swift and
powerful vessels to protect Canada's coast-wise wealth in fisheries,
and fur sealing, not to mention
Immediate defence of coast cities
and shipping trade in time of war,
the Rainbow was originally lent
to Canada as a training ship for
ilu- young Canadians anxious to
learn lhe defence of th.ir country
l.y sea. The nlVicers <.f the Rainbow ..re all nun from the Imperial
Navy, men who have handled the
finest fighting ships in the world
on the Waters of the seven se,launder the While Ensign ol British
Admiralty.Very soon they will have
to return to their ships in the
British   Navy, for they are only
loaned to Canada fur a period of
two years.
The names of the officers are:
Commander Walter Hose.  Lieutenants:   Aubrey  E.  D.  Moore,
Reginald   V.   Holt,   Richard   L.
Edwards. (N) Ronald II. C. Ilalli-
Eng. Commander, Thomas J.
Morgan, Eng, l.i. ut. nam  Roland
H. M. Bury, Staff-Surgeon Thomas
A. Smyth. M. B., Sti'lf Paymaster
Robert A. Jinkin, Chief Artificer
Engineer Reginald A. Wood.
The Rainbow's (iunners are Herbert (). Mock, Fred W. Phillip-
more, Ernest M. Jehan anil Cornelius W. King.   Her Carpenter is
Joseph  Poling, and Artificer En-
Well Known Seattle Shipping
Men are Removed by Death
Seattle, Oct. 5.    Hiram A. Hunt.
sixty years old, an employee of the
auditing departmeni ��.f the Puget
Sound Navigation Company ard
one of the mosi wi.l.K known
steamship men of Puget Sound,
died al his home last night from ;���
Complication "f diseases.
Captain  Wither Williams,  |s>rt'l
superintendent ol the American*Igineer C. N. F. Lewis F. Jones.
Hawaiian Steamship Company inl ���
Seattle SP.d one Of the well known!    Mr. T. W. W.  Parker, of  the
pilots of  Puget  Sound, died  siul-lr'uy  engineer's staff,  while  using
denly at the Settle General H0S-la cement testing machine yesterday
pital Thtirsdi'N midnight of piieu-lhad the misfortune to injure his
nioni,'. I finger somewhat severaly. THE DAILY NEWS
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ful as It la ui the coast, and Mrs. Rolt
\vnteh"d the destruction of them with
a sore heart.
"It seems a pity, doesn't It?" she
sulci, as she and Kitty, with Anstruther. watched Jlm and his men at
Work, "but 1 suppose Jlm Is right."
"He must be." asserted Anstruther,
but his tone belled his words.
"It would be a terrible Bell If the
Indians really had gone for good, as
Mr. Anstruther thinks."
"We could put up with that, Kitty,
don't you think, although I confess
; that 1 don't like seeing my buildings
I go."
aut of your trunk for Miss Kitty to
look at All right ln the shires, no
doubt, horses and pink coat, and patent leather pumps, but not built (or
business," retorted Oombe coldly.
Anstruther flushed and bit his lips.
To pass the time during the liege
(he had been overhauling hts trunk,
snd at the moment when Jlm csme
upon them he had been showing Kitty
Clifford s red coat which he had
brought with htm st her request, (or
the fancy-dress ball st Victoria.
But he left Combe's remark unsn*
swered. Instead of s direct reply he
asked Rolt If, ss no Indians were ln
sight, he did not think someone might
get  through to Sods Creek to   send
and betraying them" to the rifles,
which suddenly opened fire upon
When the roar of the Winchesters
and the crashing of the glass had subsided, and the Chinese fire had died
down to a dull red glow, which hung
(or a Ume on the face of the fog,
there were a douen of the Chllcotens
who could not hsve crawled away to
save themselves from the conflagration which they had come to kindle.
"Let's get out of this quick, for
heaven's sske!" cried Combe, cough-
Ing from the (umes of the chemicals.
I "Lend s hand to clear swsy these faggots.   We can't leave them there."
Following his example, they all
scrambled out, and swiftly snd In
silence removed the fsggots to a distance.
The fog shrouded them and no one
molested them.
w. j. McCutcheon ���;
Carries complete Btock of Drum.   Special   , ',
attention paid to filling preicriptloni.
Theatre Block phone no. n Second Are.
Ba-nrage, Storage antl Forwarding Agent,.   For
Klgi or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
"Why don't you tell Jlm to let them  down the rosd (or help.
London, England-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar   etand till Mr. Rolt comes bsck?   You      "I wss thinking of It, snd mean to
Square. tell him. Mr. Anstruther." 'send some one as soon ss It grows
Gasoline Launches, LTcfr.:
For Hire by Hour or Day
H. Johnston        Cow Creek        P.O. Bo, 187
Subscribers  will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition.
Friday. Oct. 6
The commission form of government, which Mr. Bowser at the
time he knifed our charter declared was a dangerous and unheard
of innovation for Prince Rupert, is fast making headway in all tlu
progressive portions of the Continent. As Governor Woodrow Wilson
says: "The people are determined at last to take over the control
of their own politics. We are going io cut down the jungle in whid
the curruption lurks. We mean to have the kind of government we
thought we had."
Twenty-eight of the States of the Am.eric.-in Union have each
got many cities larger vastly than Prince Rupert under commission
government. Kansas alone has fourteen under commission government, including Kansas City with 82,331 population. Wichita with
53,000 and Topeka with 44,000 population. Such large cities as
Birmingham, Alabama, Memphis in Tennessee, and Spokane, Washington, each exceeding the 100,000 mark are under commission government. Larger than these is the city of Oakland, California, with
a population of 150,174 enjoying the benefits of government by commission.
The most recent convert to the ranks of commission governed
cities is Des Moines, Iowa, with a population of 86,28(5. Boston has
it in a modified form, and so greal an authority as Colonel S. S. McClure,
the publisher of McClure's Magazine, has recommended it for New
York City. In our own Dominion, both Guelph and the city of Toronto
are considering placing themselves under commission government.
That which other progressive cities are doing may safely be
adjudged good leading for a young city like Prince Rupert to follow.
Commission government is the one sure hope that our city may In
rescued from the rat-pit of corrupt party politics and paltry party
The News proposes to devote editorial space for some time to
come to a discussion of the commission form of government, especially
as it is applicable to Prince Rupert. We will welcome to that discussion the pens of all who are interested in the great work of building
up a clean and progressive city.
If there be any who are opposed to govcrrment by cotnnii*.-ie>i
their letters will receive equal consideration ard space with those who
favor it.
dark if the coast ls still clear.
"Then, sir, If you will sllow me. 1
csn save stable room for Ruddy-tors.
I will take myself to Sods Creek tonight."
"Nonsense, Anstruther. You could
not ride halt the distance. Your accident���"
"Oh, d���n my accident! I beg your
pardon, Mr. Rolt, but I cannot be an
Invalid forever. I am perfectly able to
ride If I cannot do anything else, and
I would rather ride my horse to Soda
Creek than abandon him."
For a moment Rolfs handsome face
clouded. He was himself s hot-tempered man, but he had learned slnoe
his marriage to hold himself ln check,
'I?    Scarcely,  Miss  Kitty.    Jim is
commander-in-chief.   I am only the In-
| valid.   I am not even honored with a
] place on guard."
"Jlm doeB not think you are fit for
duly yet, and you know that you are
"I know that I am fit for very little,
but I should like to try to be of some
! use  If  the   admirable  Jlm  would  let
J me," said Mr. Anstruther.
"He gives you the placo of honor as
i our special guard, sir."
"Yes, he la good enough to consider
j me fit to be left with���In chsrge of
j the ladles."
Mrs. Holt smiled. She understood
what hc would have said, and did not
make allowances either for the irra- beside which the antagonism between
tablllty of an Invalid, or   the   Imps- \ the two men, whilst it annoyed htm,
tlence of a man put at a disadvantage i was Intelligible enough.
In thc eyes of the woman he loved. "Very well, Anstruther.   I'll consl-
"Try to put up with us yet a little <-cr what you say. We shall not be
while." Bhe ssld. "Dick will be back sending anyone for sn hour or two.
soon, now." i *->t Mr. Anstruther's horse be brought
Kitty snid nothing until he hnd left j in instead of mine. Jlm," and   with
tbe room,  then   she   turned   to   her
"I think Jim treats Mr. Anstruther
pretty badly."
"Badly? What do you mean, Kitty?
He sees that he has the best of everything, and never asks him to do a
hand's turn. What morc enn Mr. Anstruther expect?"
.   "I think he would rather have less
cons UU* rat Inn as* nil Invalid and more
work as a man."
"But he can't do anything."
"Jlm might let him try."
"At any other time, yes, and so no
that he turned his bsck on the pair
of them and went upstairs to the
What transpired there ls not recorded, but whilst .Anstruther was
msklng his preparations, the fog began to close ln around the ranch,
Ruddy-gore was led Into the dismantled dining-room, snd two figures,
those of old Toma and the elder Fatr-
clough, rode quietly away, the one towards Soda Creek, and the other towards the Franklyn Ranch, to bring
help, If possible.
"We are In a serious position, and
doubt he would, and do bis work for  they were the best men, to send," was
Now that the Rainbow is here the Civic Committee in chargi
of their entertainment should hurry up and announce their programme.
It is understood that a free-for-all dance is on the carpet for Saturday
night in honor of the Rainbow's men. But why is it not announced?
There are hundreds of people who would like to come, whosi
only means of communication is through the newspapers. If the
announcement is left until Saturday evening, it will be too late for
them to arrange to come.
him sfter hc hnd made a mess of It
but Jim can't afford to think of people's feelings juet now, and to be csn-
did, 1 don't think your friend Is showing to advantage. Wc have done all
we can for him, and now he sulks."
Kitty flushed to the temples. She
knew thst there was more tbsn a
shsdow of truth in Mrs. Roll's charge,
but her sympathies were with Frank,
though even to her he had been curiously cold and distant since Jim's
Never In her life had Kitty's bright
temper been more sorely tried than
during (hose days of selge. She hsd
| been used all her life to have men
for her playmates. Now she had no
plsymstes; she hsd not even a lover.
Since his return to thc ranch Jim had
watched over her and Mrs. Rolt with
the must unfailing courtesy: had forgotten nothing; hsd forestalled every
wish; snd even lo Anstruthrr hsd
been courtesy itself; but avoiding any
outward demonstration, hc had kept
Kitty at a distance.
So had her patient. Everything
that a man could do to show his grs-
Utude Frank hsd done, but In some
undeflnable  way he  had drawn  him
the explanation which Rolt vouchsafed, snd thereafter, for twenty-four
hours, Anstruther barely opened his
mouth to anyone.
Little Eva is a very bad-teni|>ered child at times. She Stamps
her feet and mutters when she is mad. Also she squints, nnd tell*-
She is mad al the News for wanting to abolish the ward system.
so she is revenging herself by squinting at the facta. Little Eva knows
quite well that it was the law of Briiish Columbia which forced tin
w.ird system on the city against the wishes of last year's council.
Naughty, naughty, little Kv.i.   Stop squinting and tell the truth.
A sullen gloom settled upon the
house and on the prairie outside the
house. Jlm and Anstruther barely
spoke to one another, snd both of
them did their best to avoid Kitty,
i whilst tbe pines in the brule stood
waist deep in the fog and long columns of mist rose from amongst the
trees like vapors from a witch's cauldron.
But for two whole days no Indians
appeared, snd Rolt was beginning to
hope thst, when tbe help sent for arrived, there would be no work for the
helpers to do.
Mrs. Rolt was the life ot the party,
but though she rallied the men on
their silence and Insisted upon songs
In the drawing room at night, snd
th jgh Dr. Protheroe and her husband
; did all that they could to aid and abet
: her, her attempts were not crowned
with success.
Every night, at least three differ*
self further away from her every day,��� cnt ___���_���**��� ��J }h* ranch stole out to
until to the poor little woman, the *�� ovcr lho defences. There was al-
love lhat had been so marly spoken *��'��� ,ome ��n�� ******* from the
seemed now but a dream of her own 5rou**> ar?und the *?'*no- *?iD* __J
Imagining i ������"������rH snd re arranging the barricades
Esch of thc men seemed  bent on   wh'''" "�� 0D,e ���W,M .�����ok.,"��-_    , ���.
leaving her to thc other.   She detest*1    ���e b-��w'el1 ���"JhVhl���_nl��h_-
The  whole  prairie  land  had  been
swallowed up in gloom In which no
star showed, no  wind  moved,  when
Mrs.  Rolt woke her husband with a
gentle pressure ot his arm.
"Don't make a noise, dear," she!
whispered, "but listen. I suppose II
is only a rat."
"Not even that, Polly. It must have
been your fancy.    Go to sleep, little
ed Jlm for his msny perfections, and
could not love Frank because he simply would not let her.
To this uncomfortable state of
things Dirk Roll returned, acqulesc-
Ing ln all the arrangements which
Combe hsd msde.
"I did not tesr down the atsbles until you csme, but they ought to go
along with thc other buildings If you
think lhat lhe Indians aro still likely' woman, and don't worry
Fighting with Guns in Mississippi Railway Picket Shot
Down by Sheriff's Party.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Waler Valley. Miss., Oct. 6.���
lighting between the railway strikers and   the  strike  breakers ard
police   continues   in    this   State.
Special guards who are stationed
at the shops of the Illinois Cretral
Railway, and B sheriff's parly
exchanged shots today in which
one of the former was wounded.
He w.is within thc shop enclosure
at  the time.
A   train   passing   through   the!
yards of the Hamburg Company
was aitaeked by strikers and the
strike breaking crew were injured
some of ihem fatally.
City Engineer Colonel Davis
went up io Woodworth Lake
to supervise the final stage of the
survey work around lhe lakeside
now completed. The sides of the
lake are to be cleared of timber,
and the Colonel is seeing about
the laying out of the space into
station gang sections for letting.
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Is a Persistent "Influence" Exert-
���d   in  Your  Behalf!
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou makes "Some
Kind of an Impression." Poor printing will leave a poor impression of iu user as surely as would poor clothes, or poor
store or shop or office.    ' 'Good " printing will leave U
P��������� t5 . *." ���mPr<-����i��n wholly favorable of it * user,
r.ven if but one in a thou-iand of these
'Impressions '
pon every
really tips
Jlutt^Si-rp"- '" you "Good  **&***
i^H*mLcj^Jjui<^^ KmDg ���,e _���. ..NB-^-^T7
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Aoenue
to make trouble
"They msy be here any minute.
They are too strong to sit down under tho dressing wc gave them. Thero
must he fifty armed men ai least, and
they know that there are only four of
us. snd one of us wounded. How Is
Al now?"
"Oh, he will do all right. It was
only a flesh wound. He has lost a
lot of blood, but the old chap says
that he has plenty more. But tf we
tesr down thc stsblcs what are we
going to do about the horses?"
Turn them loose to rustle for them
But at thst moment a low knock
spunded on the bed-room door. In;
stsntly Rolt rose and opened lt. Jlm
Combe wss there with his rifle In his
"Bring your gun along. Rolt. They
arc trying to fire the house."
In silence the two crept down the
stairs, st the foot of which stood An.
struther, Old Al and Jack Falrclough,
with their Winchesters In their hands.
The doctor was not there, but Jlm
led the wsy Into a small room which
jutted out from tbe face of thc house,
a   room  which  they   hsd   laughingly
selves, and take their chance of being  christened the excrescence^   Rolt hsd
shot.   We can do nothing else."
"lt won't do to leave ourselves without horses. Wc might have to ride for
our lives, after all."
"lt can'l come to that."
"lt might. Holt. Think of the women."
Rolt groaned. "I'm never thinking
of anything else, Jlm. What do you
"Well, If you ask me, I should
knock out a partition or two, and wnen Hie men entered It, but It seem,
tneke the dlnli.g room snd one of the ���'���* t0 ���'"'��� ������������*-��� something stirred,
others Into a stable.   It will play the  feebly in the corner of It
built It on as a conservatory for hid
wife, to connect with his own study,
Both sides ot lt, as well as the top,
being of glass, It was the weakest
point In their defences, and ln It,
therefore, had been piled more that)
Its share of furniture barricades, II
formed the foot of a letter L, of which
the main front of the house was the
This room was In sbsolute darkness
devil with the house, but we can fix
that up again when the trouble Is
over. If you say the word I'll have
feed brought In, and horses for the
ladles and half the men."
"Why half?"
"We can't manage more, and wo
shouldn't want them. If It comes to
a show down Borne of us will have to
Stay to hold the Indians whilst the
others get   through."
"Which horses shall we bring In?"
Presently a voice, barely audible
even to their straining ears, whls'
"Are you there, Jlm?"
Combe moved silently across to.
wards the voice.
"Put that In your pocket for me, will
you, old chap, until we've played this
hand? Are you ready, now? Hat
each man picked his panel? Never
mind the glass.   Ready I"
There  followed a faint scratching,
"Mrs. Rolfs, MIbs Kitty's, your own, and then a feeble blue flame appear-
that stallion (he will have mended by ed for a second, aftor which a great
now), and two more. The two sorrels and lurid red light lit the whole con-
I should think are best." servatory, and flooded the front of ths
"What about Mr. Anstruther's imn j house, showing up with the utmost
ter?" I distinctness  the  piled  furniture, the
"His looks won't pay for hts keep.' crowded and broken limbs of Mrs.
He ain't thc horse for this Job. We Rolfs favorites, and the figure of the
aren't going fox hunting or tnirdlo - doctor behind a soup plate filled with
jumping, and he'd play out before hej some stuff to which he had set firs.
got half way. Tin* country breds are ' But the five men had no eyes for
the only ones thai could stay thc dis- these things, ln front of them, all
lance." along the face of the ranch house, they
"I think you underrate my horse's saw bundles of faggots piled, and
Maying powers." amongst    them   a    score of figures
Anstruther had come In unobserved  momentarily arrested  In  their work
and heard the Inst remark, snd though
very  calm In  speech, he    was    very
white and h'.s eyes glittered angrily.
"Mnybe,      km     I     wouldn't    have
by the sudden Illumination
The Chllcotens had seen this Chinese fire the Christmas before, but It
had been lighted then to amuse them;
thought him any more good for this I now  It clung to their crouching "tig-
Job than ti���.ni thipci y.,u w���� hauling ��� urea, bathlos them In IU hideous (Jew,
Skeena Lsnd DUtricl���DUtrlct ol Cout Rsnge r.
Tske noticu thst llirunt Hoy McTavUh ol
Winnipeg, Man., occupstlon lmrri.st.-r, intend*
to spply lor permiasion to purchase the [ollowing
described lands:
_ Commencing at a pout planted at the eouthwoat
corner 40 chain* eait and 40 chaiiu north from
N. E. oorner ol Lot 1116, llarvey'a Survey Coaat
DUtrlct Rang* 6, thence 60 chaini eut, thence
60 chaini north, thence'60 chaini west, thence 60
chaina aouth to poit ol commencement containing
360 acrea more or leaa.
Dated Sept. 18,1911 HIRAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ol Cout Range 5
Take nolice that Lottie McTavUh ol Vancouver,
occupation   married   woman,   intenda   to   apply
for permiraiun to purchaae the lollowing doacribed
Commencini at a poit planted at the northweat corner 100 cbaina eut and 40 chain* north
Irom N. E. corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coait DUtrict Range 5, thence 20 chaini touth,
Ihenca 80 chaina eut, tbence SO chaini north,
thence 40 chaina weat, thence 60 chaini aouth,
tbence 40 ehaina weat to poat ot commencement
dontalning 400 acres more or leaa.
Daled Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23 Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Skeana Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Rango 5
Tain notlea tbat Frank S. Miller ol London,
Eng., occupaUon civil engineer, inteneU to apply
lor permlulon to purchaae the lollowing deecribed
Commanclng at a peat planted at tba N. E.
Corner ol Lot 28, thence nortb 20 chaini, thenco
weat 20 cnaina, thenc* aouth 20 chaina, thence
eut 20 chaina to point ot commencement, containing 40 acrea more or leaa.
DaUd Auguat 15, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller. Agent
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtriet ol Cout Range 0
Tak* notie* that Herbert J. Mackl* ol Pembroke, Ont., occupaUon lumberman, intendi to
apply lor p-ermUalon to purchaae the following
daacribed landa:
Commanclng at a poat planted on the left bank
of the Zymoqotls or Zim-a-got-ita River, at aouth-
1 weat corner ol Lol 1706, thence northerly, lollowing
tho weaterly boundary ol Lot 1706, 80 chaina
more or laaa, to the northweat corner ol aaid Lot
1706. thence weaterly and aoutherly. [ollowing
tbe lelt bank ol aaid rivar, 80 cbaina more or laaa to
point o[ commencement containing 160 acrea
more or laaa.
'   Located Auguat 19, 1911.
Dated August 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clementa, Agent
Sk**na Land DUtrlct���DUtriet ol Cout Range V
|    Tak* notice that 1, Peter Erickson ol Princ*
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply lor pormiaaion
i lo purchase the lollowing deecribed landa:
i    Commencing at s poet pUnted on the north
i bank ot WUlUmi Creek where the railway right-
] ol-way croaeaa and 3 chaini back from the creek
bank, thenoa eouth 30 chaini, thenoe eut 40
i chaini, thenc* north 30 chaini, U enee woat 40
chaina to point ol commencement.
Daled July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 28. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skaana Land DUtrlct���DUtriet ol Coul Rang* V
Taka notioa that 1, John Evemon ot  Prinoe
Rupert, laborer, intend lo apply tor permiaaion
to purchaa* lh* [ollowing deacribed Unda:
Commencing at a poat pUnted at the aoutb-
eait corner ot Lot 44l&, thanca north 80 chains.
thenoe eait 60 ehalni,  thane* aouth  80  cbaina,
thence weat 60 chaini to point ot commencement.
Dated July 18, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowall, Agent
Skaena Land DUtrict���DUUict of Coait Ranga V
Taka notice that 1, Benjamin A. FUh ol Townw,
N.   I...  occupation   merchant.  Intend to apply
lor p-armUalon to purchaao tb* lollowing daacribed
Commenelns at a poit planted on th* eut
boundary and about five cbaina Irom th* aoulheaat corner ol Lot 4484, thenco north 60 chalm.
thenoe .met 80 cbaina, thonce aouth 60 chaina,
thenc* weet SO chain* lo point ol commencement.
Dated Jun* 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
Skeena Land Dlitrlot-Dlitrlct of Coaat Raniro 5
Take notice that Percy li. Miller of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupaUon Civil Engineer, intends to
. apply for permiaalon to purchaae the following
deacribed landa:
i Commenelns at a poat planted on the left hank
ol McNeil River at north weit corner of lot 44U9
H.V., thenc* eaat 20 chaini mor* or leu to weat-
. rrly boundary of timber limit 546 (old number
liHilti) thenc* northerly following aald wetaterlv
boundary of timber limit 60 chaina more or leaa
to north weat corner uf laid timber limit, thence
weaterly 20 chaina mora or leu to left bank of
McNeil River, thenc* southerly followine: Mid
left bank of McNeil Hlver 60 chaina mrra or leaa
to point of commencement, containing 100 acrea
more or leu.
E. Flexman, Agent
Oat. Jun* 19.1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeana Land Dial rlct - lli.trict of Cualar
Take notlc* that I, Thomu Carter, of Princ*
Rupert, occupaUon carpenter. Intend to apply
for permiaalon to purchaae lhe fullowlng deacribed land.
Commencing at a poet planted about one mllo
aouth from tha mouth of Kails creek and abuut
IM leet back from the beach, thenee HO chaina
north, thenc* 40 chaina weat, thance 80 chaina
aouth, thene* *ait40 chaina to point of commencement, containing 320 acrea more or leaa.
Dated July 7th, 1911.    Charlea Webater Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 6th. Agent.
Skeana Land DUtriet���DUtrict of Coaat Range V
Tak* notice that Jaau M. Tallman ol Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, Intenda to
apply for pormiaaion to purchau tha (ollowing
deecribed landa:
Commeneing at a poat planted on tho aoutherly
ahore ol Kutaymateen Inlet on the light bank
o( a imall stream flowing Into aald Inlet juat eut
ol Crow Lake. Thenee aouth 20 chaina, thence
weat 20 chains mora or leaa to the ihore line ol
Crow Lake, thanca northerly and eaaterly following the ahore lines ol Crow Lake, the Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kutxeymateen Inlet to the
place ol comm, neeinent, containing lorty acre*
mora or leas. Located Auguat 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skuna Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Coaat Rang* V
Taka noUoa that I, Georf* Kline of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer. Intend to apply
for permUalon to purchaae tlie following deecribed
Commencing at a poat planted at the aouthweat eorner of Lot 2287, tbence eut 80 ehalni,
thenee eouth 40 chaina, thence wut 40 rhaina
tbenee aouth 40 ehalna, tbenee waat 40 chaina
thance north 80 chaina to point ol commenoemen
containing 480 acraa more or laaa.
Dated July 16, 11,11 OEOROE K1ME
Pub. July St. Fnd E. Cowell, Agent
Skuna Land DUtriet���DUtrlct of Cout Range 5
Take notice that I, Chriatopher Jame. Graham
ol Prince Rup rt, B. C, occupation locomotive
engineer, intend to apply for permiaalon to purchaae
the lollowlng deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poet planled at the aouthweat corner ol Lot No. 1733 vicinity of Lake
LakeU* snd marked CbrUtopher 1. (Iraham
N. K. Cornar, thence west 40 chains, thence aouth
80 chaina, thenc* eut 40 chaina, thence north 80
chaina to poat ol commencement; containing
320 aciu, more nr leu.
Dated Sept. 22. 1911. 11.63 A.M.���Wltneued T. D
Pub. Sept. 80.
keena Und DUtriet���DUtrlct of Cout Rang* 5
Tak*   notie*   that   Stanley   Oraen   of   Prince
Itupert, II. C, occupation miner, Intendi to apply
for permUllon to purchau the lollowlng ducribed
Commencing at a pott ptanted 40 chaini aouth
and 40 ehaina weat of tha northweat corner of
Lot 1788, Lakriu Valley, DUtriet ol Cout Range
6. thenee wut 40 chaina. thence aouth 60 chaina,
thenc eait 40 ehalna, thenc north 80 chaini to
point of commencemenl.
��tak*d Jun* 80th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July IS. Looetor
*-* -���*
' -General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware *
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves  ���
Graniteware       Tinware a,
..For Sale..
Level lot near Seal Cove at $350. $50
cash and $25*a month.
Two level lotB near corner of Eleventh
Avenue and Conrad Street. $600
pair.   Easy cash and terms.
Two double Lane corners on Eleventh
Avenue and Donald Street at $650
pair.   Easy cash and terms.
Lot 19, Block 26, Section 5.  Easy terms.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Pattullo Block.
TAKE NOTICE that I will receive
tenders for the land known as Lot 1105,
Range 5, Coast District, Province of
British Columbia. This is one of the
choicest pieces of land lying along the
Skeena river and contains about 155
acres. The land is crown granted.
Tenders must be in before the fifth day
of October, 1911. The highest or any
tender not necessarily acdepted. For
further particulars apply to the undersigned.
Assignee  of  H. C,  Breckenridge, Box
2,.5,Princc Rupert, B.C.
Aviator  Robert  Fowler to Attempt a 9 000-ft. High Trip
in the Sky-A Daring Trip
(Special to the Daily News)
Emigrant Gap, Cai,, Oct. 4.���
Because of thc rain here today,
Aviator Robert G. Fowler, entered in ��50,000 cross country
flight, was rot certain that he
could make a start op. his trip
over the summit of the Sierras
tomorrow mottling. Fowler says
that when he resumed his Might
he will have to reach an altitude
of 0,000 feet above sea level to
cross safely. He was 7,800 feet
yesterday when he crotirtered contrary wind currents thai caused
him to fall Into an air hole.
Skeenu Land l.iitrlct���Diatrict nl e,
laliu none*,! that thim-, ,        *��*"*n Ch..i
lain.cro(rri,,"iCr,''',l   ' '*"'   jftf
bookkeeper, Intend lo u,,.|  ',' ��� ''.* oecuiifi
,���, a���a��. "--.-lm   lo   till,   .
mis.sii.niT ot  l.iin.la  ������.     ''
com and pstXm��Vrau'
land on Ural,,,,,. !���������,-**,.*�� ��j*y .-i��� [^
CommsnolM �� , poil   ,     1*'*"U����; a 0|
of C. E, 11. Coul l.'.u*. *B ,  V  ' ������" mil,, ta.
corner c. 1*: ti. coal *.,.,���: .        I *, ',=
80 chuins, Ihe-ncu m-.si ��u ,.,,'.'.      , ���      :...- ,,'x
chatna, thence M ,,0 ,,, , "   :'"--������.,"
moncomont.  lua ul ���'"
Datud Sept. 11, mn.    0i ,,   ��.,���_���,       ""���'
Pub. Sept. il. BAI!<TBR1uwu,
Skeona Lund District
���'��� <-...
"���waet lea
acre, ,|
��">na Land District    District em,
Take notice U,ul,l,,ru ,:.
Balnter ol l'rina- HU|���?r,   i     ���    .. ,.i,,
bookkeeper,  intend  to  ,,,,,,..', . ;/'���  ��*u|,,-_
nnaaioner ul Laads bl s . ,'"'1 *���'<%
coal und petroleum em snd u '   U
land on llrulium Island di
~}~ ������*������*������" .-.��.!.. uuacrilH-1 o  ���
corner C. E. U. Coul l.e.���, "*.'.";'.''""- K. ll.
80 chuina, tlience euat .an ,., _
chaina, thenco west ou lt.,, :-""fc *j
moncoincnt. I1'**1'1" ui cesa.
DatedBtpt. u, mu.   q, i*
I'ub. Sopt. 23.
. Und DUtrict -Disir.,-���| n .��� ,...   ,
r ol I'rince lluperl, ll   t   \      -'-l.t,
���Dor.  intone!  I.,  .....I .'..   *    -'  *-��*a|.,ta,
Skeena Land Diatrict -
Take t
Ualnter -. .......   .
bookkeeper, intend tu ippli   ,,   '       '    !M-���:
miaaionor ol Lamia (ur iUcanoe li *������*
coal and petroleum un uml m
Und on Graham Islund ,|,,,-,;l.        ;�����"���*
Commencing* ut u poat plum, el tw,.   ,,i
ol c. E. U. Coul Imam \���. i   *."'';"!��������*
cornor C. E. B. Cuul Lssm \
80 chaini, ihenco east su chaiiu   ,     ,:c" M
chaina, thenco woat h0 chums io ���|.t''Th''
moncomont. '   " "' ��>
Datod Sepl. 11, mil.    C. E, lluvrm .
Pub. Sopt. 23. "���*'���*'I tit, Uo*.
Skeena Land Diatrict -District nl Quen i*h.j_.
-lake notice lhat thirty ,!,--., |r,���, aJ'tet
Bainter ot I'rinco Rupert, 11. i* by -_i'i_
bookkeeper, Intend tu apply t0 u��'rW
miaaionor ol Unda lor i l,c���-.,.',��� "___?��
coa and petroleum on anel under B40 *uH_\S
on Graham laland deacribcl a, ,������������,,. "'-""wl
Commencing at a poat plunte.l u,,',,������,, _,.
of C. E. U. Coal Leaae .Nu. 11, mark., s*.
cornor C. E. U. Cuul Ua,,- No. 80 ,h����� ' '
80 chain., Ihence woat 80 chain., t_nct ��,��-,..
chaina, Ihenco eaal HO chains to e.laa ol
Datod Sept. 11, 1911
Pub. Sept, 23.
. tuns
Isaac Scott Brings Action
Against Man who Said He
Voted Liberal.
Skeona Und DUtrict���Diatrict ul Diiho (hirl-ae.
Take notice that thirty dan altar data lev
Bainur ot I'rinco Kupert, 11. c, by wJM_;
bookkeeper, intern' to upply t,. th,
miaaionor ol Unda (or u Hemes :., ptesH-Z
coal and petroleum on ami under MO ��*o 3
land on Graham laland duscril-.-1 a- folio*
Commonclng at a poal plante.l i����� ���,_,��_,
ol C. E. B. Coal U'um* No. lo, marli.i -j, r
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 2l._j.nn- unt
80 chaina, thence weal t>0 chain., tlie-cn M|a
chaina, thonce eaal 80 chuina to place ot o��
Dated Sepl. 11, mil.    C. E. BAINTER, Una
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Chirac,
Take notice thai thirty day. from -iat.-. I. c. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, ll. C, l.y ecni-aua,
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply lo the i hut i.e��
miaaionor ol Undi (or a licenc* t.i |ro,*��fl |a
coal and petroleum on ami umi.-r HO arm i
oland on Graham laland described a. fulioac
Commencing at a poat planted two BQaj t-atl
of C. E. U. Coal Leaae Nu. I.e. m.raiai S. L
corner C. E. U. Coal Uase Nu. n, tr.,*r.ev mn
80 cbaina, Ihenco woat 80 chain., tl.etiev r.e-ntgl
chaina, ihence call 80 chaina tu place oi ere-
Uated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTBR. Lm
Skeena Und Dlalrlct���Di.tricl ot gun-i (hirioa
Take notico that thirty daya (rom dais, i.l'.E.
Bainter ol i'rinco Rupert, ll C, b> ihvu**_,
bookkeeper. Intund to apply ta tha i US u*:-
miaaioner ol Unda (or a licence to ;
coal and petruleum on and under blu cinad
land on Graham laland deacrihed a, (olio...
Commencing at a poat '.lam.si l.i ei.-i** un,
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No 17, uiaraei N. L
corner C. E. B. Coal Leuuc Ne. I. t . .. . .::
80 chaina, tbence weat 80 chaina, iher.w aonl
80 chaina, thence eaal 80 chain, lo place et am
Dated Sepl. 12. 1911.     C. E. II.MNTKR.Lkui
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtricl -DUtrict ..( Qwaa Cr_rtan
Take nolic- that thirty daya Irom .l.i.-. 1.1. L
Bainur ol Prince Itupert, 11. I.. by occa*>a_i
buukkcepcr, intend lo apply :���> I <  CkM Cm-
mlaaiuner ot Unda (or a licenc  I* ; rcperl tar
coal  and  petroleum on and under '-lei acne d
land on Graham laalnd deacnl - .
Commencing at a poat ptant.-l I ���-    ���..-. s -I
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. I -. : X. ��.
corner C. E. B. Coal Loaa* Ne.
80  chaina,  thence eaat  80 chair...  :*.rBC* MSI
80 chaina, thenco woat 80 chain. :-��� .* --
Dated Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. ll.MN I'i... Lav.
i'ul.. S. i.t. 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict���Diatrict ul Qgasi X'sstVe
Take notice thai thirty day. from -:..:*. 1.1 t
Brodcrick ol Prince Rupert, H. I  .
bank manager, inlend lo appl. lo
miaaioner ot Unda lor a itc-nc- i<- j.ro*p*ct H
coal and petroleum on and under SM ac*. a
land on Graham laland deecnl-,-1 H
Commencing at a poet plant.-I tao
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. IT. si:�� . I "
corner A. T. U. Coal Leaae Nu. .
80 chaina. thenca eaat 80 chain*, tl-r.n- ����rt��S
chaina, thence woat 80 chaina to piao. ol a*
A. T. BRODKIUi K. Local*
Daled Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Bslstar, tt*
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Dlitrict nl l|u.. r. i'|.-J**a
Take notico that Ihirty da..< IM   9*t*t '��� *���*���
llroderick ol Prince Kupert, II. t  . ',
bank manager, Intend to apply lo lU
miaaioner ol Unda lor a licence tu (.r.*|.et *
coal and petroleum on and un-i- r MO *
land on Graham laland described a* foil
Commonclng at a poat plnat.-i : ����� ���
ol C. E.  H. Coal Uaae Nu   I
corner A. T. II. Coal Lease No. t*
80 chaini, thonce weat 80 chain*,  I
80 chaina, thenco oaat 80 chain, lu pht* .1 o*��
A. T. BBODERICK, I-*-""*
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C. B. BalalU V
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Qn
Take nolle* lhat thirty days lr
llroderick ol Prince Kupert, II. I
bank manager, Intend to apply to
miaaioner ol l.aneU (or a licnc   -<
coal and petroleum on and uml-1 *
End on Graham laland tle-��orit- i .-
Commencing at a poat plam.a! I
I of C. E. B. Coal Uaae  Nu. 21.  '
corner ol A. T.  II. Coal U
WMt 80 chaina,  thenc*  tn-rtli   - -
���aat 80 chaina, Ihenca eouth  "
ol commencement. .   ,.
A. T. UK.'I'I ' :   K* H
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Ha
i'ub. Sept. 23.
Sk**na Und DUtrict-Diitrirt ,-f 0
Island. , ,.���,-
Taka nolle* lhat Auatin M. Ilro-i '" ���""
Kupert,   B.   C,   occupation   aadell- * *    .
--.ply to th* Chiel Comml��.ioncr .1 W�� "J
orka (or a licenc* te pro,p.*.*i (��� >      '' "'U
i    '
li am* ���
.    -  I
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(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Oct. 5.���Alleging they
had Insinuated that he switched
from his patty ard voted Grit,
llMC Scott, a farmer, has entered
suit for slander against two residents of Lambton Mills.
p*lroleum on and under the (00
landa on the Weat Coaal ol Grali
Secretary of State Balks at
This Suggestive Title for a
(Special to the Daily New.)
Albany,   N.   Y.,  Oct.   0.���The
Secretary  of State  has  refused
to incorporate "Hell."   A New
York city law firm recently forwarded a certificate of Incorporation with that name for a proposed concern to conduct cafes and
The secretary returned the papers with a letter in which he
said: "While tlu* statute with
reference thereto dors rot spedfical
ly prohibit the use of such a t'.-tnr
In my opinion it would be agaii'st
public policy to permit it."
Commencing at a poat plan'
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. Mil ""J
80 chaini aouth, Ihence t.0 thai
chaina north, thence 80 chaini wr.t lu P""'
commencement. ���   ��� ,.   t �����_
Date of Ucatlon 31at July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
keena Land DUlrict���Diatrict.-( Q ��� ��� l '���"''*'
l.lanela . ,...��
Take notlc. th.t Auatin M. IKo*" ��� 'IL*
Rupert, occupation udeller, ml.'* '.-.{[J
to th. Chl.l Commlaaioner ol Uml* I ', ,���,
(or a licence to proepect lor coal, oll �� ,' I' lM
on and under the lollowlng d**crll>"l .�����"" "'
Wert Coaat of Uraham lalan.l: .   ���*
Commencing at a poet planted tlirwmn��(U,
of the northeaat corner of C. 1-  Sl    -���',' ��� �����
80 chaina aouth, thence 80 chal-a ��'
chaina north, ihence 80 chains OS,        >  '
commencement.  ...,iv.-   la*,!".
AUSTIN II. I'll'' *v *s* **
Located Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und Dlitrlct-DUIrlct of QW" ******
lalan.l* , i-.,-*.
Tak. notlc that Auatin M. 1" '*���'- "' ,rp|**
Rupert, occupallon aaddler. ******* , \torU
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lati"" ," ._i,-��ii
for a licence lo proapocl lor coil, o" ��'" , ������ iM
on and under the following dew-rii- 1 '
Weat Coait of Graham laland: -��� ���*
Commencing at a poet plant-l 11 �����   '    ,Mn��
ot th. northeaat corner ol ('. I- ���v'
80 chaina eait, thence 80 chiins I ol
chaini wait, thenc* 80 chilm north to i~
commencement.  ...us.   I t*c*t��-'
AUSTIN II. BBOW1*. '���'
Ucated Auguit lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrltt-Platrlcl el.(�����������* '-",',',',>
Take notico that I, John  llml-'1 r;'  in,,n,l
o(   I'rlnce  lluperl,  occupitlon  enlini
to apply lor permiaalon M purchwe
deacrilieel landi: ,     ���   t|,c f��'*
Commencing at a poat plant'*1 "
ahore of the Exchumsik Illver, ��';'     , V, ml
two milM northerly Irom thee ".������>"'" ***, \M[
Exchumalk Klver, and which poal
chaini north from a Hake pl..nt.-<I '���"
Kiver   and   known   aa  fKVl    <���' .". ^h 'J
chalm,  thence out 80 chain*., '  ���<,rt��
chalm, thence wert forty chains, I ' "' ������ et
10 chaina, thenco weat 40 chiins to '������','���f It*
commencement, containing 4NU acres mote
Dated September 12, 1911. ,������,.,���,,, iiKATT'
Pub. Sept. 23.   JOllh HVTlle'M'""'"" THE DAILY NEWS
I 1
j 1      sssg^ ���
i |      General Merchandise
1 |      "
LVM?/ B.R05.
Largest Stock     \
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
-   }.���-���������-
a-**"-*-��� ���
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert
Canadian Pacific'[Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Princess
Princess May
Friday, October 6th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle
J. C. McNab - General Agenl
I Double Weekly Service
I S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
I ii. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas Hiver, antl Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; nnd for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skiilegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
jMixiel trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
tlt.ys, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundayb at 4 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a frequent and conven-
| ii*nt service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,  Quebec,   Halifax,
| Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines.   Full informa-
| tion and tickets obtained from the
nllice of
I 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 thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N.G.
J. CLUCK. Sec.
Comfortable Cottage
2 Rooms, upstairs and 4 rooms
on ground floor. Lath and plastered.   City water���$25 a month
Second Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Skoona Und Diatrict���Diatrict ot Coaat llango 6
Taka note* that Linton! Seweil Bell ol Prince
Rupert, 11. C.. occupation locomotlvo engineer,
inlenda to apply lor permiaalon to purchaa* the
(ollowing deacribed Ianda:
Commencing at a poet planted on the north
bank ol tha ZimogoUU Hiver about throo (3)
mllea distant (upalraam) In a weaterly direction
(rom the junction ol the LitUo Zimogotiu Kiver
and the main Zimogotiu Klver, thenoa north 40
chaina, thence weat 40 chaina, thenoa aouth 40
chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina to poat ol commencement containing 160 acrea moro or luaa.
Dated June 7, 1911. LINKllltl) SEW ALL UELL
Pub. July 8. lieo. K. Putnam. Agant
Caaaiar  Und   Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct  ol  Skaena
Tak* notlc* that I, Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply (or permiaalon
lo purchaae the lollowing deoribedr landa:
Commeneing at a poat planted on the ahor*
tn a northerly direction trom Port Nelson Cannery
marked I.. K.'a S. E. Corner, thenc* 20 chaini
north, thenoa 20 chaina weat, thenoe 20 chaini
aouth to ahor* line, thane* along th* ahoro to
point ol commencement, conUining 40 acre* more
Dated Juno 10,1911 LEMUEL FKEER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Collison. Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Range 6
Tak* noUce lhat 11. F. Miliar ot Tipton. England, occupaUon [armar, Inunda to apply lor
ponulasion to purchaae tha lollowlng dueeribed
Commonclng at a poat plantod about 60 chaina
weat (rom the N. \V. Cornar ol Ut 4406, thenee
north 40 chaina, thenc* weat 20 chains, Ibence
aouth 40 ehalna, tbenc* aaat 20 ehalna to the
point o( commencement containing eighty acraa
mora or laaa.
Dated Auguit 19, 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ot Coait Range 6
Tak* nolle* that I, Thomas McClymont ol
Prince Rup��rt, li. C, occupaUon real eaute
broker. Intend to apply lor permiaaion lo purchaae
the lollowlng deaenbed landa:
Commencing al a paot plantad at lha S. W.
cornar ol pre-emption record 412, Ihence eaat SO
chaina, thenc* aouth 40 chaina, ihenc* weal SO
chaina lo ahore ol lak*. thenc* lollowlng shore
ol lake in a northerly direction to point ot com*
menevment: conuintng 320 acrea, more or laaa.
Hated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS MeCLYMONT
Pub. s.-j.t. 9. Ereneal Cole. Agenl
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict o( Coaat Rang* 6
Tak* nniir.- tbat E. H. O. Miller ol Falmouth
Eng., occupaUon surveyor, inunda to apply Io
t.ermiaaii.11  to  purchaM  the lollowlng deacribed
Commencing at a poat planud at tha N. W. Corner ol Ul 4406, tbenee weat 80 chiana, thenn eoulh
20 chaina, Ibenc* eaat 80 cbaina, lhance north 20
chaina lo tho point ol commencemenl containing
160 acrea more or leaa. .-���,.���_
Dated Auguat 16, 1911. E. H. G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Millar. Agant
Skeena Und DiaUict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotu
Taka nolle* that Austin M. Ilrown ol Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, inunda to apply to tha
Cblet Commlaaioner ol Landa and Worka lor a
licence lo proepect (or coal, od and petroleum on
and under the lollowlng deacrlbod landa on the
West Coaat ot Uraham laland:
Commanclng st a poal planted thre* mllea aaat
ol th* northaaat cornar ol C. L. No. 4472 thence
north 80 chaina, thene* *aet 80 chaina, thence
aouth 80 chaina, Ibenc* waat 80 cbaina to point ol
commencement. .   _
Located Auguat 1st. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skene Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Rang* V
Tak* nutico that I, I'eter Uraen o( Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., (armer, Inund to apply
(or pvmlaaion to purchaae tb* (ollowing described
Commanclng at a poat planted at tha aoutheaat cornar o( Ul 1729, thane* aouth 80 chaina,
thenc* west 40 chaina, thenca nonh 80 chaini,
thence eait 40 chaini lo point ol commencement.
Dated July 16, 1911. PETER LARSEN
I'ub July 25, 1911. Fred E. Cowall, Agent
Skeana Und DUtrict -District ol Coaat Rang* V
Taka notioe that I, Adolph H. Chrtalleneon ol
Towner, Nortb Dakota, occupallon attornoy-
at-law, Inund lo apply (or p*rmlnloo lo purchaae
tho (ollowing doacribed landa:
Commanclng at a poat planud about one and
one-halt milaa (I 1-2) northaaat ol the h*adol
Trout Rivar on tbe weat aide ol Ukala* Uke,
and about 6 chaini Irom th* lake-lront, Ihence
eouth 80 chaini, Ihene- w*r*. 80 chaina, thence
north 80 chaina. thenoa aaat 80 ehalna to point
Dalad Jun* 30, 1*11. Fred E. Cow*ll, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Skeen* Und lllelrlei-Dlatrict o' Caaaiar
Take notice that K. H. Suwart ol Vancouver.
R.  C,  occupation  truckman.  Intend*  to  apply
lor permUalon lo purchaa* the lollowing deacribed
'""commencing at a poet planted 40 chaina aouth
ol Pre-emption No. 597 and 62 chaini eaat Irom
the Naaa Illver (S. W. C), Ihence 40 ehalna easl,
thenc 40 chaina north, thence 40 chaina weat,
Ihenco 40 chaina aouth to the point ol commence-
ment to **%$&& Kk'iTsTEWART
Dated Aug. 1911. Jama* T. Kullerton, Aganl
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict -Dlalrlct o( Coaat Range 6
fake notice SS Harold E. Smith ol Morclv.
Alia. occupation nation agont. Intenda to apply
lor permiaalon to purehaae lhe (ollowing described
"commencing at a poat planted at '*;��� �����"J��>.
weat corner 100 chaina eaal and 40 cha na north
SS N K. vomer ol Ut 1116, Harvey'; Survey
Coaat Dlitrict Range 6, thence 40 chaini east.
Ihence 80 chaina north, thence 40 ehaina weal.
Ihence SO chaina aoulh to poat ol commencement
containing 320 acrea, more or leaa- ���..,-,,
Daled Sept. 18, 1911. gMffflte BJtES
I'ub. Sept. 23. Kred W. Uohler, Agen
Skeen* Und Dlitriet-Dlitrlct at 0******m��2\
Tak.   notlc*  that   I.   Paul    l*gon   ol   Prince
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply lor permiaalon
to purchaso the (ollowing described lands:
Commencing at a poet plant*-! on the MM
bank ol Willlami Creek about B0 chaini south
eaat (rom R. R.. thenc. aoulh 40 chaina, thenc*
lut 40 chalm, thenc. north 40 ehalna, thenoa
M:!,y,7n,19,lP��,nt "' "'""TaUl'hAOEN
Fraser and Fifth St.
The only hotel In town
wllh twit and cold water in room*, llest fur-
nlaheel house north of
Vancouver. l:-*oms Mic
up. Phone 87. P.O.
Hox 129.      :       :       i
Prudhomme tc Fisher      Proprletora
Skeana Und Dlitrlct-Dtatrict ot Queen Charlotta
Take noUe* that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
Itupert, occupauon ..ddler, Intend. gJP&Jj
the Chiel CommU-loner ot Landa ���****�����
Inr a licence to prospect lor coal and oil anel nclro-
l*um on and under th. lollowlng d-crlb-i l.nda
on th. Waat Coaat ol Graham ��lj>>*'! ..    _.
commencem.nL   AUg_IN M   BR0WN. Locator
Date ol Location, Slit July 1911.
Pub. Aus. 17-
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
Ialandi . _ .
Taka nolle that Auatin M. Brown ol Prince
llupert* occupation ..ddler %&%***%**,
the Chiel CommUaioner o( Unda and Worse lor.
Irene* lo proapect lor coal, oll and MHWOaeSSM
und "the lollowln. MM Und. on th. Wert
Coart ol Graham laland: ..    g^.
mencement        au9xin M. BROWN, Locator
Ucaud Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
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Aii unusual happening occurred
a few duys ago that shows that
aptitude in sport runs in families.
On the same day that Charlie
Murray of the Royal Montreal
Go]/ Club defeated his brother
for the professioi'i'.i championship.
Miss Florence Sutton at Buffalo
beat her sister May in the finals
of the tennis tournament at Buffalo
In a heartbreaking race at Honolulu Jimmie Fitzgerald, the crack
Canadian runner, lost the ten-
mile relay race to Scarsch, Jackson
and King by 1 min, 12 1-5 sees.,
the time of the winning team for
the distance being 59:015 and Fitzgerald's 60:18 1-5.
H  M  M
Jimmie is a game little runner,
but he was up against too much
of a proposition in the three men,
Scharsch and Jackson each running
2 1-2 miles and King doing the
last five for the team.
After safely conveying $1,200,-
000 worth of Spokane city bonds
to New York, Mayor Hindley
who was formerly pastor of Pilgrim
Congregational Church said: "Well
gentlemer, business is over and
pleasure begins. What boxing
bouts are there for the next few
days?" Hindley said he was fond
of baseball and legalized boxing
and had acted as official in boxing
and wrestling bouts.
M   M   X
Governor Dix of New York, will
send to the legislature a special
message urging the prompt repeal
of the Frawley law, under which
the state athletic commission was
created lo legalize boxing and
other athletic exhibitions. The
governor says that he signed the
Frawley bill because he believed
a proper regulation of sports under
State supervision would tend to
elevate. He now feels convinced
that the law has not operated
to accomplish that purpose.
���   M   ���
Asawa, the first Japanese to
play on an American college football team, so far as known, will be
given a place as a regular member
of the freshman team of Leland
Stanford iunversity. The Japanese
was given a tryout Saturday in
a game with Berkeley high school
and made such a good showing
that he was enrolled as a "regular"
on the freshman squad today.
Crew of Schooner Manila Took
Charge   of   Deserted   Babe
Aberdeen, Sept. 30.���When the
four-masted schooner Manila crossed the bar yesterday bound for
Callalo, Peru, she carried wither a wee bit of a girl and the
biggest man on the vessel is the
little one's nurse.
One of the deckhands of the
vessel found the baby wrapped
in an old shawl. Pinned to its
dress was a note bearing the
words: "Take care of her; she's
mine." The word "Mother" was
the only signature. The baby was
taken below and .". member of
the crew wa.s despatched for two
dozen cans of condensed milk and
a "feeding bottle." The captain
was informed of the discovery
and insisted that the little one be
placed ashore. The mate and
other members of the crew, however, pleaded so eloquently in
the babe's behalf that the master
at last consented. According to a
deckhand's description of thc child
it was about two months old, was
fairly well clothed and had evidently been previously well cared
A case came up before Judge
Young yesterday for arbitration,
Alex Sutherland claiming compensation from the Ailin Construction Company for injuries
received from a fall over the
Cold Storage wharf where it is
claimed there was no railing. Sutherland is the mail carrier employed
lo clear the post office mail boxes
around town morning and evening.
He is practically crippled by (he
fall according to Or. Fggert's
evidence. His thigh was broken,
his arm atrophied, and his eye
destroyed. L. W. Patmore appears for Sutherland and A. Carss
for the Atlin Company.
This is 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 are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
The English Variety in Vogue
Just Now Hides the Featiures
The fashionable woman in London conceals her features under
one of the thick silken meshes
which arc the season's veils. They
are a marvel of dowry softness
and of such an exquisite texture
that they can be crushed into a
finger pocket or into the tiniest of
purses without damage. The introduction of thick mesh for the
face has created something of a
sensation, but among fashion's
many foibles this latest is r.ot
without its advantages. First of
all the new veil, heavy though its
may be in appearance, is so soft
to the touch that it cannot irritate
the ten.derest of skins, and, second,
it wears extremely well, and is not
so liable to get caught and torn
in hatpins and millinery trimming
as the ordinary veil; but, of
course, its great drawback is thai
it hides the features completely.
The new veil is to be had in black,
white, or ecru, but not in colors;
indeed, the colored veil, except for
motoring, will scarcely be seen
next season. Lace vei|s with
elaborate patterns will also be
greatly in vogue, but the spotted
veil is practically obsolete.
heiress of pretty nearly all  the
beer vats, ard she doesn't have
to get married if she does not wart
to, Most of us think we have
to either get married or go to
work; a very shortsighted view
of it, as we have to do both, as a
rule. But as we have got to work
anyway, we might as well get
married. It breaks the motony,
so to spea.k.��� 1. M. P. in Vancouver
Second aveiue and Third street
Over We6tenhaver Bros.' Office.
Skwnu Land District  -District ol Queon Charlotte
Tuku milieu tiiut thirty days (rom date, 1, 0. E
Hai'-L-r ol 1'rincu Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intund tu upply to tlm Chiel Com-
niisaiiiluT of Lands (ur u lit-i-ncu tu proapoct fur
coul und petroleum on und under G4u ucrva ol
limii un l.ruliulu Islund duacriln-el as follows:
Cunimt-iii'ing ut it pust pluiiioei livu mili-a eaat
of Coul Li-Hsu No. 44(17, murkud C. E. U. Coal
l.i-;i:.e No. 1, N. E. QOI-nsr, Ihence ..---I 80 chains,
thoncu auuth 80 chains, thuncu uust 80 chuina,
thuncu nurth hO cliuina tu plucu u( cuinmuncuinent.
Daled Sept. 11, l'JU C. E. HAINTEK, Ucator
I'ub. Sept 23.
Skvenu Land Diatrict--Diatrict uf Queen Charlotte
Taku nutieu tiiut thirty iliiya (ruin ilutu, 1, C. E
Buinter ol 1'rincu Kupert, U. C, by uccupulion
bookkeeper, inieiiel to upply to tiie Chief Com-
misalun.-r ul Lunds fur u licence to proapect for1 J ;i\v-HiltliT IillilelillL'
coul  in. l  petroleum un  unil   undur 010 acru* ol :
lund un tiruliutu Islund deacribed IS followa: Prince KUDert 1.1).  BOX .lol
Cumuii-neiii-* ut u puat plumed livu mltua eaat I
ol Cuul Leuse Nu. 4-107, marked C. E. H. N. W.
corner Nu. 2, thenc aouth 80 chuins, thencu euat
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Phone No. 280
Magnesia on Carpets
Light  colored  carpets  may  be
kept in good condition by being
rubbed over occasionally with
block magnesia.
Salt in the Fireplace
Throwing salt or powdered brimstone on thc fire in ihe grate, and
holding a board in front of the
fireplace, is a good remedy if your
chimney catches fire.
Mile. Mallery Wants a Man
Who Can Lift More Than She
Mile. Mallery who has just
recieved the Rosiere's Prize at
Vinay, near Grenoble, is a maiden
possessed of all the virtiu . on
whom, on that account, a dowry
is bestowed, either by the Mayor
and Corporation of her native
place, or by some benevolent
donor. The prize enables her to
find a husband, even if her virtues
do not. There are innumerable
Rosieres annually in France, almost
one for every hamlet, but Mile.
Mallery stands out from thc rest
She is very strong, is six feet tall,
and tills the fields with her father
a farmer. She lifts weights, and
can easily juggle with one or iwo
hundred pounds. Her feats of
strength are many. One of her
father's farm hands drove up with
some sacks of wheat. One ol
them was too heavy for him, and
hc asked for help. Mile. Mallery
smiled and brushed him aside.
She lifted lhc sack, weighing over
400 pounds, as if it were a feather,
shouldered it, and carried it into
the granary.
She has just been awarded for
her virtues the sum of $400 in
gold pieces, left annually by a
merchant <>f  the south  to the
most deserving girl, of thc village.
In spite of her virtues and her
dowry she has not yet found a
husband. She is looking out for
one, but will not put up with .".
weakling. She says the man of
her choice must be able to lift
more than she can.
Her Unalterable Decision
"I sec be th' papers," as Mr.
Dooley would remark, that Miss
Nellie Anhcuscr has announced
that she would not marry the best
man living. I said that myself
once. And, by the way, I kept
my word. As far as the remark
is concerned, I'd like to bet thiit
is what the damsels in thc Land
of Nod said when Cain came
around and popped lhc question.
Every woman says the same thing
at a certain stage in her development. It is an innocent confession of vanity. She thinks she
is going to have the chance to
marry the best man on earth.
And she sees herself turning him
down with a luxuriously regretful
sigh. So do 1! Of course Nellie
is entitled to say whatever she
ikes. This is a free country, and
il must not be forgotten lhat she
is not the only heir of all the ages,
like the gentleman who wrote
"Locksley   Hall,"   but   also   the
Siletz Squaw Holds the Record
for Matrimonial Experiences
All Right.
HU cl,.in.-.,  Lhtiicu I., it ih  HU chains,  thuncu w-mi
HU chuim tu pluce of cuniniL<ncumi>nl.
lJttU'<lSi'|>t. ll, mil.    C. .;. UA1NTKK, Luculur
I'ub. BepC 88.
Skit-nu l*uml District���DUlrict of guecn Charlotto
Tuke notice thut thirty duyi frum tlal-v, 1, C. K.
Huinter of 1'rincu Rupert, U. C, by uccuputiun
bookkeeper, intend tu upply tu the Chief Com-
iiii-Mnn r uf Landi fur u licencu tu prottpect for
coul und petruleum un und under ti-ll) Rerun uf
lund on tiruhum Ulund duueribud us follow*.
' 'mill t'liit*. ut a post pluntud live miluu '���***.
of (oul l.i.. .* No. 447U, murkod C. B, H. B. W.
corner uf Coul U-uso No. 3, thence euut UU chains,
tliii.iv north HU chuins, thencu west mi chains,
thence south HU chains lo place uf conunoncemunt.
DuiedSept.il, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
I'ub. Sent. gS��
Skeenu Land District���District of Queen Charlotta
Tuke notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Ilainler of Trince Kupurt, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to upply to the Chief Commissioner uf Lands fur a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 64U acres of
land un Gruhum laland described us follows:
Commencing at a post planted live miles east
of Coul Luusu No, -M.'ti. marked C. E. II. S. E
cornvr Coal Lease No. 4, thence wont 8U chains,
thence north 8U chains, thence east BU chains,
thence south HU chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sepl. 11, I'Jll. C. E. BAINTBR. Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District ot Queen Charlotte
Taku notice that ihirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Bainter of I'rinco Hupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo tho Chief Commissioner of Lands lor a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 64U acres of
land on Graham Island descrltHMl as follows:
Commencing at a poat planled two milea notrh
of slake marked C. E. B. Coal Lease No, 4, marked
N. E. corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 6, thencu
���outh 80 chains, thence woat HU chains, thenen
north HO chains, ihence eaat 8U chains to place of
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Dlitrict��� District of Queen Chralotte
Take notice that thirty days frum date, I. C, ��.
Bainter of Prince Hupert, B. C, by occupatiun
boukkeejwr, intond to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prosprct for
coal and petroleum on and under mu acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa follows:
Commancing at a post planted two milea north
of Ci E. B. Coal Lease No. 3, marked C. E. Bainter
N. W. cornar Coal Leaae No. 6, thenoa aouth HU
chaini, thence east HO chains, thenco north HU
chains, tbence west HO chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sepl. 23
Skeena Land Dittrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Taka notice that thirty dayi from date, 1, i . E.
Bsinter of 1'rlnco Kupert, B. C-, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroloum on and under b40 acroa of
land on Graham Island deacribed ar fullowa:
Commencing at a poat planted twu milaa north
of C. E. 11. Coal Leaae No. 3, stake S W. corner
Coal Laue No. 7, thence nonh HO chslna, thence
east HO chains, thence south B0 chaina, thence
weat HO chalm1 to place of commencemenl.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. SepL 23
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days trom data, t, C. V.
Balnter ut  I'rince Hupert,  II. C, by occupation
uf British Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Mas-
and Muniioh'L Bart. katcbewan  and Al
berta Bars.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office-Eicharige bleick, e*��rner Third avenue and
Sixth atreet. i'rince Ruoert. 6
S. HALL, L. D.S., U. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operatlona skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathotlca admlniatered for the palnleaa extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Ottlcee:
Helircraon Block. Pnnco Ruoert. II-IS
Portland, Ore., Oct. 5.���Wooed
ard won by thirteen braves, Nellie
Lane, a good looking Siletz squaw,
is now the bride of Moses, her
fourteenth who has been married
four 'limes himself. The woman
made this admission cheerfully
before the grand jury when she
appeared as a witness in an investigation into the sale of liquor
on. the Siletz reservation.
It is believed she has the Pacific
t*.*n..��   .,,., ,it,siiinilu1   wnnnwl   .......1....1 I bookke***,M>r, Inlend lo apply to lhc Chid Com-
oast matrimonial record tint net 11 mU,,on^ ���- Undl ,,��� ;'iic*nc. to t.ro.,*��t io,
coal and petroleum on and under 1110 acraa ol
land on Oraham lalan-l duacrlhcd aa followa*.
Commencini at a pott planted two miles north
ol C E. 11. Coal I. aa,. So. 4, marked S. E. en:, r
C. E. 1. Coal Lnae No. a, Ihence norlh K0 chains,
thenee weat HO chains, thence aouth HO chatna,
thence east b<) chsins lo place til commencement.
Dsted Sepl. 11, l��ll.    C,
rub. leptn
and the only one who even approached her mark, is dead. He
was Peter West, a Pel diet on attorney, who died after he had wed
his thirteenth.
Federal officials arc wondering
whether Nellie haa her own private
cemetery or is a thirteen times
Alex.M.Manaon it. a..     W.K.Williama.ii.A.. t..l..i>
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. 0. BOX 23
i*t*i*ii. or wm. nuns, ��'*-y . a.k.a.h.. i >-n.. enq
Third Avenue also Water Street,
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sta
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
... BA1NTLK, Locator
Skerna Land DUtrict ��� Diatrict of Queen Cbarlottc
Tako notice that thirty dayi from data. I, C. E
Bainter of Prince Kupert, H tv, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Com-
mlmionf-r of Landi for a licenco to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under e4U acrva of
land on (iraham liland deacribed u followa:
Commencini at a poat planted five mllee eait
of Coal Leue No. 4474. marked C. K. Uelnteri
N. E. corner Coal Leaae No. 9, tnence aouth HU
chaina,  ihence woat  M) chaina.  ihence north  80
, chaina, thence oaat SO chaina lo placa of oom-
; mencvmenl.
i Dau-d Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ul.. .Kept* 23.
Skeena Land Dtitrict���Dbtrtct of Queen Charlotu
Take nolice lhat thirty davi from data, 1, C. E.
Ililnter of  Prince Kupert,  H. C, by occupation
A apply  to the Chief Com-
for a lioenoe to jmnpect for
land on (iraham laland deacrilied tm followi:
i    Commencini at a poat planted one mile north
  I of C. E.  B. Coal Leaae No. ��, marked N.  W.
Postman Walks 200 000 Mile,  iH-5&��| 5__MriK 8 SB
/-. 11**   ,.      ,.f   Ihence vast HO chains to place ol commcne*-m*nt.
George Wright, a postman, 01,uat-is-.i.ii,iwu.   c. e. hainter,Locator
Downhatn   Market.   Norfolk,  has ���*******���
1      t.        .I*....    :���   naa1   t..r     Skfena Land Dlalrlct��� Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
retired   Jlfler   ihirty-SiX   JC.irs    SIT-       Take notler that thirty day. Ironm date, I, C. E.
, ,1.1.1..  I    .....lt.,.,1    Hainter ol Prince Rupert, 11. C, occupation book.
vice, during wlucii lie naa ...mm .1 v���.���, ���,,..,.,!,,. _,.,.u ... u..-< 1.1.11 .-ei.nn-,.,���.-.
Items   of   Interest   to   Many
D l_    fa.-���    ��U_   Cl\A    Hnrenea I hookkeeper.  Intnd  to apply  lo th* ChW Com-
People from the Uld  noma 1 BatoH* et uSat It* *Bm**t *tv
' coal anel  petroleum on anel under til
Plumbing, Heating, Stoamlitling and
Sheet Metal Work
Office: Srd Ave. Workahop:
Phone 171 2nd Ave. bet. 71 h and Hth Su
For Beginners and Advanced Pupila
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Iran. Wllciak. Par,, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
I   I   I .    .   i.l. la-lat., ���,,,,... tl,,,. ol lands lur a licence to nroepeet lor coal and
and driven conslaeraoiy more iii.m- _*_,!���,_, ������ ,n,i under fio .**.,���, oi land on
''00 000  miles Uraham Wand SMM aa (..How.
Old Greek Coin
Commencini al a post planted lean milea norlh
ol C. K. II  . "al I.***.- No H, marked N. E. corn��r
ol C. E. It. Coat I...-- N'o. II, thenca aouth SO
chain*, thence west  SO ehalna, thanca north  ho
Duriltt CXCaVationS nil  Lord On-   eUtmi,  Ihence east XO ehaiaa to plac* ol eom-
I* Tn.Tr.n-r-
1011.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
..low's estate at Clandoti a silver
sli'.ler  of   the   lime  of   Philip  of
Maoedon  was unearthed.     This
Coin Was among the earliest brought
Dated Sepl. 11
Pull. Sept. 29.
Skerna Und Dl.lrirt District nl Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days Irom dale, I, I*. K.
Hainter ol Princ Rupert, ll. C, hy occupation
bookkeeper, intend In apply lo tha ChM Commissioner i-t  land for a  licenc* to pro*p��ct  for
t��� Britain l.y the Creek traders, |g^gjg^a^grXy*^
���mil   \v;>s  of   lhe   Hoe   from   which       ' ommenrlnt a. a poal planted two mile, norlh
ana w��a wi un  i-,\n.  ���w,��� -...ui i( (. K ��� m^ ltw $o 7 _,���,,_, c ��� )t
lh,.  Hii'ish Cold toil's Were COIlied     Coal lr*** No. 12. thenct south HO chaina, thenc* !
1'"    *'���*   '   " '    ' " ''   .sat   Mi chains,  thenc  north 80 chalu,  lh.-nc
==E.   EBY   <&   Co.===
KitAumkalum Lan-I For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Rupert Lodge. Nn. SIR. Ron* of
England, meela the first and thlnl Tueedava In
������eh month In the Sons of England Hall. HI'.. 2nd
Ave al 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sac.,
P. O. B..S M2. Princ Kupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. I'r I. i.l. II.., 23
Dumb Man Speaks
Alfred Lee, an electrician, employed by Llanelly (Carmathen*
shire)   Electric   Light   Company,
who was struck dumb as the result
of an electric shock accidentally
received  during  his  employment,
has recovered his speech.
A Candid Friend
A woman who, at Greenwich
Police Court, denied being intoxicated, called i witn ss who
knew nothing of the incident beyond what she had heard. "Then
what have you come for.'" asked
the magistrate. "To pay the
fine," she answered promptly.
New Lighthouse in Solent
Within a few weeks a new lower
ighthouse will send out its warring
rays from Hurst C'astle, al tin-
western entrance to the Solcnf.
The Innovation is to ensure ships
taking a safe rourse <o the westward of .*.. dangerous reel of rocks
f  which   the   Needle   sform   the
w��it ho chsin. to plac of commencement.
C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Tenrhrr of Piano, Violin and
Vole Culture.
DatedSept II. lull.
I'ub. Sept. 2a.
Skena Und District    Dislrict ot Quran Charlotte
Take nolle lhal thirty davs from dale, I, C. K. I ���
Hainter ol I'rince Kupert, II. ('., by occupation
bookkeper, Inlend to apply to th* Chief Com-
mlew.ie.nir nt Unds lor a licence to prospect for
Coal and petroleum on and under CIO acre, nl
land e.n i .isl.ani Island df-ecri!*-**.! aa followa:
i . - ri.. ririiir- at * poat planted two mile* north -
of I". K. U. Coal Lease No. 7, marked S. w. coroer
C. E. II. Coal l,eaae No. I'I, thenc north 00 ;
chains, thenc easl ��� chains, thenc aou.h 80 (
chaina, thenoe west HO chaina to plac of com* .
lis.. -I Sepl. II, 1911.    C. E. li1IMI.lt. Ucator
Pub. Sept. 29.
Skeena Unit Dialrlcl-District ol Quen Charlotte
Take nolle that thirty dava Irom date, I, C. E.
Rainier ol Princ Rupert, ll. C, by occupation ���
bookkeeper. Intend lo apply to Ihe Chiel Com- j
misaioner of Unda for a licnc to prepect lor ���
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa ol j
land on liraham Island dc-scrit-ed as feillowa:
Commencing al a poat planteel two mile*, north l
ol C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 8, marked S. K. come
C- E. II. Coal laaaa* Mo. 14, Ihene nor.h 80
chaina, thenc weat 80 chains, th.ne aouth 80
chains, Ihenc .sat 80 chains to plac ot com*
Dated Sepl. II, llll.    C. E. HAINTER, l-ocator
Pub. Sept. 21.
2nd Ave,
Between 7th & Hth St*.
Prinoe Rupert
Funeral   Director and   Embalmar
UNDERTAKERS ani. i:\iiiai.mkiis
Kun*ral   Director,
Srd Ave. near tth St. Phone No. M
Skena Uml District District ot Quen Charlotte
Take notlc lhat thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter ot I'rlne Rupert, II. ('., by occiipation
bookkeper. Intend to apply to ihe Chief Corn-
miaaioner of Unda fnr a lir.nr.- to proepect for
coal and p*troleum nn and unele, fiio acrea ol
lanel on liraham Island d*a*crihed aa followa:
Commen.'inn at a poat planted one mile norlh
ol C. E. 11. Coal laa��� No. 10, markeel ('. 1'. Il
Coal !..*.<��� No. II. thenoe north 80 chains, thene
weal HI. chaina, thenc soulh K0 chaina, thene
east 80 chains lo place ol commencment ', Phone 17H
DatedSept. 11,1911.     C. E. HAIM l;H. Ursi-.r
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skena Land District
District nl Quran Charlott
Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Fret Labor Rarran in Connection
178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODEaiUS. Propclatae
In the various metal Industries
oi Belgium nearly naif the met*
work from nine to ten hours a day,
antl the majority of the rest fro,,,
ten to eleven.
Take nolle that thirty dava Irom date, I.
Hainter ot I'rinco lluperl. II. C, by occupation
!>ookke,��er. Int.ml lo apply lo the Chlet e  ���,   i _        _    . timiffi       a
nnseineirr of Unds (or a licnc to prospect tor I 1 .111.*  ���� IM���il���IV        R *se*.m.Amww
eoal and petroleum on and under 810 acrea ...   I.HTIP > Wr.ll il      AficllCV
land e.n liraham laland dewrlbed a, follow.:               -OlUV 9 .\mA***J      -l_,VHVJ
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north I
ot I*.  E. 11. Coat lease No.  HI, markeel N. E.I -���          , *. _,  j,     ,         *,  _
corner c. E. ii, Coal Uaae No. in, thence south I Magazines :: Periodical* -.-. Newspapers
HO chains, thenc weal  HO  rhaina, Ihene north 1
me���cet;nch"nee ~l " ih^"���� **9 * ^ C1GAKS   It  TOBACCOS  U  FRUITS
Canada's Cruiser Has an Historic  Lineage���Her Predecessors Have Taken Part in Some of Britain's
Most Famous Naval Engagements
In the annals of the British
Navy, the name Rainbow is historic. There have been famous
Rainbows in the British Navy,
and their victories are renowned.
On the wheel of the Canadian
Cruiser you will see painted with
gold enrichments the names of
the great naval battles in which
Briiish Rainbows have figured triumphantly.
The record reads: H. M. C. S.
Rainbow, Armada 1588, Brest 1594
Cadiz 15%, Lowestoft 1605, Nortii
Foreland 1868, Lagos Bay 1750,
Frigate Hancock, and Frigate Hebe
1777. All thses names represent
fierce naval battles of those stirring
old days when the ships locked
sides with grappling irons, and
belched their broadsides into each
other with guns almost muzzle
to muzzle, while the hardy tars
CUtlasa in hand swarmed across
in hand to hand conflict.
In the Rainbow's cabin stands
some fine silverware presented to
the ship. A beautiful cup modelled
to include the arms of B. C. with
embossed representation of the
early and the present Rainbow was
gifted the ship with four handsome
candlesticks, by thc province of
British Columbia. Another fine
cup was presented to the cruiser
by Lord Strathcona. It also occupies a position of honor on board.
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
Colliers Wonders to What Extent the British Born Cry
Affected the British Born.
"If the election returns are ever
analysed it would be interesting to
find out what the British born
did with his vote. By the British-
born is meant the newcomer from
England to Canada���in Australia
they call him a new chum���as
compared with the jieople who
Came here long ago ami built up
the country. Of course, we are
all British-born who are bom
within the Empire and all equally
proud of it. But a special appeal
was made, for party purposes, to
the recently arrived British-bom
as a i>erson who might be influenced, because hc was ignorant
of Canadian politics, to help deliver Canada from the danger
of free foixl exchange wiih the
United States.
"Of course, the l>est service
anyone can do the British-born
is to assimilate him to the people
and conditions of thc new land
that lie is making his home; but
in this case he was picked out
as a special rescuer, and told
that his place in the general election was to save a Liberal Government, born and bred on lhe spot,
from making an unpatriotic and
disloyal fool of itself.
"As a rule, the British-born
Wc get over here belongs to the
working classes, anil it is true that
here, as in the Old Country, most
of the workingman's blessings have
Unwed from a Liberal Government
It is also true that Premier Asquith
said reciprocity)- was good for
business and for thc Empire, and
Lloyd-George, the friend of the
poor, said it was crystallized common sense, and British Ambassador Bryce helped to make the
agreement, but all these things
may   not   have   counted   against
the representations on the other
'Wh.U did the British-bom do?
Did he cast :i ballot for common
sense and cheaper living? Did he
rally to the side his bread is
buttered on? Or did hc do something else?"���Canadian Colliers.
from that point they will be taken
overland to Athabasca Landing.
Some that have been well broken
will be led and others will be
conveyed in wagons. At .Athabasca Landing the animals will
be placed in scows and Boated
down the Athabasca river to Fort
Smith, which is their destination.
They will have travelled fully
five thousand miles by the time
their journey is at an end.
Special for Tomorrow
Milk-fed Chicken���tender
and fresh. Tokay Grapes that
make one's mouth water.
Peaches that suggest "peaches
and cream." Pumpkins for
pies, "the kind that mother
used to make." Citron, Huckle
berries and the famous Cape
Cod Cranberries. Fresh venison every day.
A call will convince you that
Shrubsall's is the market to
trade with. If you cannot
call, ring up phone 275. and
you can have them delivered.
The Insurance People
Piute Glaus
Employer's Liability
Contractors' nnd Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S. ���Houmu and Ki'iital'-.
By S.S. Prince George tomorrow a. rti.
Object to Stairway Diverting
Pedestrian Traffic from Sixth
Department of Interior is Making a Novel Experiment with
Reindeer from Lapland.
A number of thc business men
having stores on Sixth street have
entered a protest at thc City Mall
against the stairway on Second
avenue now being laid with plank
sidewalks, which facilitates access
between the city and the waterfront via Second street, Third or
Fourth street which are rapidly
being graded.
Thc stairway in question connects Secord avenue opposite the
(iovernment Buildings witli the
tem|>orary pathway on the reserve
leading to Centre street past the
Annex, There was always been
access of a kind this way. It is
the Improvement the tradesmen
object to apparently.
Tailor Froze Out
Mr. Hidjin, the tailor, has sold
his lease and building on Third
avenue and is selling out Ladies'
Suiis, Skirts ami Raincoats, Gents'
fancy Vests, Overcoats and Raincoats; Ladies' Suitings and unfinished Suits at less than cost of
materials. Must vacate November 1st. Open 1 to 5 p.m. Help
wanted to sew on buttons and
finish Raincoats. o7
Prince Rupert Vegetables
Shrubsall's Market is displaying
some cabbage and rhubarb grown
by Mr. Weston on his Prince
Rupert fram.
Commander's Guest
Mayor  Manson  lunched on
board the Rainbow today on thc
invitation of the Commander who
dined with the Mayor last night
Edmonton, Oct. 5.���Three carloads of Lapland reindeer from
Northern Newfoundland was the
remarkable freight which arrived
in Edmonton today on thcC. N. R.
from thc east. There were forty-
three reindeer in three cars and
the fourth car was stocked with
Fetndeer food, moss and frass.
The reindeer are the representatives of the species with which
the department of the interior
has planned to stock the dislrict
of  Macko../,K\    The  animals arc
tO be  used (or carrying purposes
in the long reaches <>f the north
l* P}"* ,,( <���"**- The new G.T.P. News Stand
lhe   rons.Knment   of   reindeer for  Lowney's   delicious   Choco-
left  Newfoundland on September hates, fresh from the factory,   tf
The reindeer wil'l be taken by Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Merryfield
rail as far as Stony Creek, sixty went below with their little son
miles   north   of   Edmonton,   and today.
StAndrew's Society.
A regular meeting of thc St.
Andrew's Society will be held in
Carpenters'   Hall   tonight at 7.30.
Skr-cnn Laml DUtrict���District uf Queen Chkrtottu
Taku notice thu thirty dayi from date, 1, Q, i:
lUinti-r uf Prinoe Kupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond tu upply to tbo Chief Com-
minionur of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under li-lU ucroa of
land on Graham laland deacribed un (ollowi:
Commencini at a poat planted live mile* eaat
of Coal Leaae No. -UG7, marked C. E. 0. Coal
Lease No. 1, N. K. corner, thenco wost ni chaina,
thenco south 80 chains, thonce east mi chains,
ihence north 80 chains lo placo of commencement.
Datod Sept. ll, hm l     C. K. UAlNTtiK, Locator
I'ub. Sepl *!3.
Skeona Land District���Dislrict of Quoon Charlotto
Tako nolico that thirty days from duto, 1, C. K
Bainter of Prlnco Uupurt, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to ihu Chiel Commissioner of Landa (or a licenco to proapoct for
coal and petroleum on and undor till) acroa of
land on Graham laland described as (ollows:
Commencing ai a post planted live milea east
of Coal LeAse No. 4tt>7, markod C. K. It. N. W.
corner No. 2. thonce aouth 80 chains, thence cast
80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains, llionco weat
80 chains to place of eommencoment.
Dated Sopt. ll, 1911. 0. K. HAINTKU, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen CharloUe
Take noUce that thirty days from date, 1, C. K.
Balnter ol Man Kupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to tho Chief Commiasioner ot Lands for a licence lo prospect for
coal and potruloum on and under 640 acres of
land on Uraham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a post plantod tivo mile* east
of Coal Leaao No. 4476, marked C. K. 11. S. W.
comer of Coal Leaae No. 3, thonce east HO chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains,
thence soulh 80 chains to place ot commoncument.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C B. BAINTEH. Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Uml DUlrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days from date. I, C. I'-.
Bainter of Prince Huport, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo lhe Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to proapoct for
coal and petroleum un and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham laland deaenbed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted live mllea rant,
of Coal Loaso No. 4476, marked C. K. 11. S. L
corner Coal Leaao No. 4, thonco west 80 chains,
ihence north 80 chains, ihence east 80 chains,
Ihenee south 80 chains to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11, 1911. C. B, li.UNTI K. Ucator
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotto
Take nolice that thirty davs from dale, 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Hupert, D. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to tho Chief CommUaioner of Landa (or a licence lo prospect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acros of
land on (iraham laland doscribod as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa notrh
of stake marked C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 4, markod
N. E. corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 6, ihenco
aouth B0 chaina, thonco woat 80 chains, thenco
north 80 cbaina, thence oast 80 chains to placo of
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land DUtrlct���DUlrict of Quran Chralotle
Taka notice that thirty days from dale. 1. C. E.
Bainter ot Prince Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo tho Chief Commlaaioner of Landa (or a licence to prnsprcl for
coal and petroleum on and under t��4Q acrus o(
land on Graham laland doscribod aa (ollows:
Commencing at a post ptanted two mllea north
o( C. E. B. Coal Lease No. ��� *, markod C. L. Hainter
N. W. eorner Coal Lease No. 6, ther.ce south 80
chains, thence out 80 chains, tbence nurth 80
chains, tbence weat 80 chains to place o( commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
Tako notice thai thirty days (rom date, I, C. E.
Balnter o( I'rnicv Kupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chle( Commissioner of Landa for a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Uraham laland described tv follows:
Commencing ai a post planted two miles north
of C. E. 11. Coal Lease No. :i, stake S. W. corner
Coal Lease No. 7, thence north 80 chains, thrnce
eaat 80 chair)*, thence aouth 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains lo place of com mon cement.
DatedSept. 11, lull. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUlrict of Quoen Charlotto
Tako nutico that thirty days from date, 1. C. E.
Balnier of Prince Kupert, II. CL by occupation
twokkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Unds (or a licence to prospect tor
coal and petroleum on and undor tMU acrua of
land on (iraham Island deacrihed as follows:
Commonclng at a post planted two miicn north
of C. E. H. Coal Uase No. I, marked S. E. corner
C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 8, thenco north 80 chains,
thenco weat 80 chains, lhance soulh 80 chains,
thence easl 80 chains to place of commoncomont.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
1Mb. SepL 23
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from datu, 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Huport, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to tho Chlof Commissioner of Landa for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a posl planted (We miles east
of Coal Lease No. 417-1, marked C. E. Bainlcr's
N. E. cornor Coal Uase No. 9, thenco soulh 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thonce north 80
chains, thence east 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. HAINTEK, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���District of Queen CharloUe
Take notico lhat thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Halhter of Prince Kupert, il. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd to apply to the Chief Commissioner ot Unds for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described us follows:
Commencing at a post planted one mllo north
of C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 9, markod N. W.
corner C. E. II. No. 10, thenco suuth 80 chains,
thence weal 80 chaidi, thenco north 80 chains,
thonc? east 80 chains to nlare of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
Pub. Sopt. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Quoon Charlotto
Take nolice that thirty days fronm date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prlnco Kunert, ll. ('., occupation book,
keener, Intend to apply In Hip Com Commissioner
of Lands for a licence to prmpert for coal and
petroleum on and under 640 acres of land on
Graham Island doacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. 11. Coal Uase Nu K, marked N. E. corner
of C. E. Bi Coal Uase No. 11, thenee south 80
chains, thence weat 80 chains, thenco north 80
chains, thence eaat 80 chains to placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.     C. E. HAINTEK, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Und District -District n( Queen Charlotto
Tako notice thai thirty days mm date, I, C. E,
Halhter of Prince Kupert, il. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chlof Com-
mlnjtloncr of Land lor a licence to prospect (or
cosl and petroleum on and under 610 acroa of
land on Graham Island descrilied as follows:
Commencing nt a pout planted two miles north
of C. Bi H. Coal Uoso No. 7. marked C. 1. B.
Coal [.-mum. No. 12. thence noulh 80 chains, thonce
least  80 chains,  thence norlh  80  chains,  thenco
west 80 chains to place ol eommencement.
Dated flept. 11,1911.     C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
1 Pub. Sept. 20.
For Rent
Furnished rooms with hath. Si'.'ciul rfttea by
tho week.   Talbot House. lfiB-lf
Neatly Furnished rooma, ���rentli'mi-n preferred.���
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over Mnje.li.- Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rcrams. Mr., lire-onwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent���Furnished rooms. Rot anel cold water
with bath. Dluby Roomie, 8th Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
Fur Rent-Soni of England Hull. 119 ilndlAvc.. for
Dances. Fraternal Socletii*.. Boclala, etc. Apply
Frank A Kills. Box 869 or phone lit!. lWl-tf
For Sale
Smith   Premier typewriter,  practically   new.
Westenhaver Bros. 228-230
For sale���Special for this week, bean pota 26c.,
at Hart's. 226-229
For Sale���Chicken Ranch. *2 Storey house, household trooda. Near Princ- Kupert. A snap if
taken at once.   Addreaa 1* \ ������'������*. tf
For Sale���Irish Terrier doc pups, pedigreed, ffrit-
ty, irood companions, i-- ��l color. Goddanl
Bros., 95 Water St. Vancouver. 216-227
i tnsu
Do away with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juit
settlements. Wo write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
| Wanted j
**\**~* ���"% ******* II *���*!��� ***** ************ + *'^ l> ******** !>**��� **t\*
Wanted���Good general aervant. Apply P.O. Box
199 228-233
Wonted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
nnd repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
called fur and delivered, Mrs Charles Porcher,
DO Third Ave.   Phone 294 lied. tf
Wanted 1000 men to get iv and $50 suits made to
their measure for $25. American style, satisfaction guaranteed. Dominion Tailoring Co., Vancouver.     3 dava at Royal Hotel tf
Lost and Found
*%>****.   H^ll^rll-^ll-Ml^,!
��� ���*���*�� M^ljp
Fuund ���Engraved cu(T link.   Apply at Canadian
General Electric Co., Mclntyre Block. tf
FOUND-2 Small Keya.   lnqulr-eat New��Offlcc.
I t    Ladies' watch In braccleL   Reward bv returning to Newa office. tf
G. T. P. Transfer AgenU
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone 68.
Skeona Und DUtrict -DUtrict of Quoen Charlotto
Take nutico that thirty days from dato, 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Kupert. U. C., by occupaUon
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chlet Commissioner o( Unds for a licence to prospect for
cool and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planled two mllea north
of Oi E. U. Coal Lease No. 7, marked S. W. eorner
C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 13, thenco north 80
chains, thence east 80 chaina, thence aouth 80
chains, thence west 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    (\ E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtricl���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, *-'��� E.
Balnier of Prince Hupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend tu apply to the Chief Commissioner uf Unds (or a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Graham Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa north
o( C* E. B. Coal Uaso No. 8, marked S. E. corne
C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 14, thenee north 80
chains, thenco wust 80 chains, tbence aouth 80
chaina, ihence taat 80 chains to placo ot com
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prineo Hupert, It. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licence to prospect for
cual ami petruleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described as followa:
Communcing at a post planted ono mile north
o( ('. E. B. Coal Lease No. 10, marked C. E. B.
Coal Uase No. lb. thence north 80 chains, thence
weal 80 chains, tnenco south 80 chains, thonce
east 80 chains to placo of commencement.
Dated Sept, ii. 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
Tako nuticu that thirty daya from date, I, 0. ���*,.
Hainter of Prlnco Huport, H. C, by occupation
bookk(N-per, intend to apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Unds for a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on (iraham Island deacribed aa (ollowi:
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
of C. E. It. Coal Leimu No. 10, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 16, thence soulh
80 chains, thenco weat 80 chaini, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chaios to place o( commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict o( Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhal thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Bainter uf Prince Huport, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf Unds for a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described aa (ollows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 17, thence aouth
80 chains, thence wost 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thenco east 80 chaini to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take nutico that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Bainter of I'rince Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds (or a Licence to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described aa (ollows:
Commencing at a post plantod two miles north
of C. E. II. Coal Loam No. 12, marked N. W.
corner'C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 18, thence south
80 chains, ihence oust 80 chaina, thence north 80
chains, thonce west 80 chains to place of common cement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Und District���District ot Queen Charlotto
Take notico that thirty days after date, I, C. E.
Hainter o( Prince Hupert, B. C.f by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect (or
cual and petroleum on and undor 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described aa follows:
Commencing at a^est plantod two mllea north
of C. E. H. Coal Uau No. 13, markod S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 19, thence north
80 chains, thenco east 80 chains, thonce aouth 80
cbains, thonco west 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlotto
Take notice thut thirty dayi from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, fi. ('., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of land
on (Iraham Island described as (ollowi:
Commonclng at a poit planted two mllea north
o( C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 14, marked 8. W.
cornor C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 20, thunce north
80 chains, thence wost 80 chains, thence south 80
chaina, thenca east 80 ehalm to place of eommencoment.
Haled Sept. 11,1911.    C. K. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept, 28.
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart's
olg Ft ed Store, Market Place
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or SOI
In the County Court ot Atlin Holden at Prince
Rupert In the Matter ot tho ���'Official Administrator's Act"
In tho Matter ot tho Estate ol Duran P. Latkovlch
deceased. Intestate*.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of Ills Honor,
Judie Ynunii. mado the 31st day ol Aubu.1. 1911,
I was appointed Administrator ol tho Estate ol
the aald  Duran P. Latkovlch deceased, and all
Kartloa having claims against tho said Estate are
eroby required to forward same properly verified
lo mo on or before the 30th day of Septomber.
1911, and all the parties indebtod to tho saiil
Estate are required to pay tho amount of their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
DATED the Sth day ot September, 1911.
Official Administrator.-*
Open an Account Today
Deposit a portion of your weekly earnings and
you will be surprised how rapidly they will accumulate. We will add to your savings 4 Per
cent, interest on monthly balances. In a short
time you will have saved enough to make a profit-
able investment. The accounts of ladies and
children receive careful and courteous attention.
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
The Big Furniture Store
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
Avenue.   Price $800, $400 cash.
One lot,  Block  5,  Section  5,  Fourth
Avenue.    Price^$1200.    $400  cash
balance 1 and 2 years.
Two lots, Block 1, Section 6, Fourth
Avenue.    Price $3600.    $1500 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
One lot, Block 33, Section 7, Seventh
Avenue.     Price   $550.     $250   cash
balance $25 per month.
Two lots, Block 17, Section 7,   Seventh
Avenue.   Price $1200 pair.   $400 cash
Two lots, Block 49, Section 7, Ninth
Avenue.    Price  $750  pair,   one-half
cash, balance 6 months.
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plas*
tered, best hnrbor view in city. Price
$1837. $500 cash, balance $30 per
6 room house, unfurnished, newly papered and painted, basement. $21
per month.
5 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at
Kitselas.   Price $5C p. r :  rt.   Terms,
75 x 100 feet on Third Avenue, level
Good lease.
$10 down and $10 per month  buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coait Range 6
Take  notice  that  Sarah   K.   Alton  of   Prince
Rupert, occupation  nurse,  Intends to apply for
fiormlsslon  to  purchase  tho  following  described
Commencing at a post, planted at tho Northweat corner 140 chains easterly (slightly north)
from the northeast cornor of Ut lllii (Harvey
Survey) Coast District, Range V, thence 80 chains
east, tnence 80 chaini south, thenco 40 chaini
west, thence 40 chains north, thonce 40 chatna
weat, thence 40 chains north to post o( eommencoment containing 480 acrea more or less,
Datod June 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 15. Fred Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Coast Rango 5
Tako notico that Hiram Roy McTavish of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrUtor, Intends
to apply for permission to purchaso tho following
described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod at the southwest
cornor 40 chains oast and 40 chains north from
N. E. comer ot Lot 1110, Harvey's Survey Coast
District Rango 6, thonco 00 chains oast, thence
60 chains north, thonco 60 chains west, Ihenco 60
chains south to post of eommencoment containing
060 acres more or leu.
DatedSept. 18,1011    HIRAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skoona Land District���DMrlct of Coast Range B
Tako notice that Uttlo McTavish of Vancouvor,
occupation married woman, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase tho following described
Commencing at a post plantod at tho northwest corner 100 chains oast and 40 chains north
from N. E. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey
Coast District Range 5, thonce 20 chaini eouth,
thonce 80 chaini east, thonco 80 chains north,
thonco 40 chaini west, thonco 60 chains louth,
thence 40 chaini west to post of commoncomont
dontalnlng 400 acroa more or leas.
Datod Sept. 18,1011. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Bepf. 28 Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Partial List of our New Wares
In our Second Avenue store, which is one hundred feci deep, ti
carry Reed and Rattan goods, Ann Chairs, Rockers, Sanitary Coucha
Davenports and Bed Lounges. On our shelves you will find an imnunse
display of Hotel White Granite and Vitrified ware. In tfiis ,i,-,,,,..
ment we have everything to set up the finest Dining Table. Wc cany
a dozen or more stock patterns in French and English China, and
sell them either by thc piece or set. Wc have fancy Brie a Brae of SB
descriptions. We have twenty-five styles in Teapots from tin- indi-
vidual hotel to the old fashioned Brown Betty. Fruit Jur* and Flow
As we buy these goods and Bar Glasses in fifty dozen lot-, n
are sure of getting right prices. Wc stock perhaps a hundred differatf
styles of Glasses.
We carry a large stock of Cutlery including "Rogers 47."
In stone ware we have bean pots, butter crocks, juu\ lilur. an]
foot warmers. Enamel ware and kitchen ware complete. Baslw
in many Ityles and sizes.
In this store wc show broken lines of decorated li"U*l ware, at
very low prices to close, as wc will not have any more likr iliitn. Ala
a few samples of stoves.
Here we also show Linoleums in a variety of more than twmty.
five patterns. As this stock was bought far below the market val��
we are selling them at a grcat reduction���30 cents to 11.50 per yard
Here also you will find lamps in a variety too numerous to mcnlka.
OUR SECOND FLOOR 50 x 100 (t.
This large space we have filled to the roof with fun itun
kinds at our usual low prices.   Here also wc carry our rcscrvt -   i
of crockery, glassware, and stoves.    You will find here
ariety      of     carpets,     bedding,    blankets,      comfort-,     pilkm.
and perhaps   more than $2000 worth of portiers, tapestry andls
curtains and all other curtain materials.
This, too, is thc home of the famous Ostermoor mattress.
Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of case goods in greal quantidsl
Iron and brass beds.
Framed mirrors, all sizes, in French, Briiish and German plate.
We also have a large stock of mirrorplate in British and Gersl
plate which we frame ^to order, in sizes from 30 x 4�� down. ThUsl
complete house furnishing store���largest stock in the nortii
Second Ave and Sixth St.
Phone 62
M��t*MMtf*Mt|t*��.t������*lt.t��.t.t�� K W*��W*li��l'W��'*,',*,*bM'!
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are ofTorinR for Bale a very limited
amount of aharea of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shures are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   !
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
_    Toronto, Ont.
motor imiviiN ���[?lii
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited
ornKtai.       *��*
iimi1ki11v ii'.!-1' m'
I, S. Hurrlion of Princ llupert, B. C, broker
(tivo notico th��t on lho niteontli eliy ol Novoml.nr
Wit ' lEtcn!' l?,'!*'*,ly^ t1"5 *"***' Commlmlonpr
��t hla ofllco In Prlnco Ruport, B. C, lor ��� liconco
to take ud um threo cubic Icot of waler per mconel
Irom McNoll River In Skeena DUlrict. The waler
la to bo taken Irom tho atream about lour mlle��
above the unction with tho Skoena River and
It to be umel on Lot 4405 lor dome*llc and airi-
cultural purpoaoe. ���*���***���
I, 8. Harrlaon ol Prince Rupert, n. C , broke
glvo notico that on tho fUloontli day ol November
1911, I Intond to apply to the Water Commiasioner
at hla oil-Ice In Prlnco llupert, 11. C, lor a licenco
to takei and uao two cubic foot ol water per mcond
Rffl ,^e S&* h,mk, �� ""Neil River in Skeona
Diatrict. Tho water la to bo taken Irom tho atream
about ono mllo from It* unction with NcMoil
Hlver and la to bo uaed on Lot 4406 for domeatlo
and agricultural purpoiei. -*"
Skeena Lantl DliW��t.
District of Coast. R��g�� ;.     ,.
Take notice that Wm.JwncWi
son, of Prince Rupert, U.t*-      ',v for
locomotive fireman, InwiW "' Jf&|
permission to purelm?*' tin1
described lands: .  . trnt��t
Commencing at a pout I'-" u. riv,-r.
north bank of the Zini-o-n'1 J*'��� Att-
about two miles up stream ��� (|f -���,<.
ly direction from the J'*'*' ' , ���,;i,n
little Zim-o-got-itz river �� ' ��� , Wm-
Zim-o-got-itz river, Mil ffl��s form>r,
Francis Nicholson's sou th-. ' w,,., K
thence north 40 chains, lh'' ,r,,0r
ehalna, thence south 'I" ���'���"'���;���",, ,*i
lesa to shore line of rtWfi "' |l0rc lint
40 chains more or less �����<��'* ��� , con-
of river to post of cominet <��� m'
raining 160 acres mole or iewj     .
Dated July 17, 1911.


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