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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a. m.,
Oct. 17
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13iy)AILY NEWS
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next mails
For boots
Prince Rupert Friday, a.m.
Prlnsesa Royal..., Friday, p. in.
TOR North
Princess May,.. Monday, Oct. 23
^01-. H. NO. 237
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, October 17, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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ITALY REFUSES TO HAVE PEACE
UNLESS TRIPOLI IS SURRENDERED
>eace Negotiations at Rome Fall Through Owing to Italy's Attitude���Demands an
Unconditional Surrender Without Compensation for Turkey���Turkish
Troops Are Repulsed in an Attack on Italians Outside Tripoli
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London.   Oct.   17.���Tho   nego-
Intions for peace between  Italy
���tl Turkey have failed, and hos-
Ilitiea will go op.   This has been
r, ed from high authority by
In- London Daily Chronicle's Vien-
orrespondent, and Is announced
n ihis morning's edition, The
iplomatic negotiations entered in-
i st Rome have ended in failure.
Italy is Obdurate
li is learned that the stumbling
(lock   to   peace   is   Italy's   firm
lu-.'.l  to consider anything but
, unconditional surrender of Trip
i by Turkey,  and  the  refusal
f Italy to grant any compensation
Turkey fn. vacating Tripoli.
Fighting at Tripoli
Tripoli, Oct.   17.���Before dawn
on Sunday a body of Turkish
Infantry attacked the entrenched
and advanced posts of the Italian
army west of Boumelaine. After
several hours fighting, the Italian
Infantry backed by field guns
landed from the fleet and forced
the Turks to beat a retreat. Four
Italians were wounded, ard the
dead body of one of the Turks was
left behind.
Does It Mean Peace?
Berlin, Oct. 17.���Thc Kaiser
has invited the Italian Ambassador,
Signor Passa, to a conference today
on the political situation. The
German Chancellor is also to
attend. Speculation is rife as
to the meaning of this Italo
German confererce.
Young Turks in Power
Constantinople, Oct. 10.���The
openirg of the new Parlainicnt
on Saturday showed the Young
Turks���thc war party���to be in
the majority. Ahmaed Risa, one
of lhe most militant of ihem, was
elected to be president. The
Sultan's speech from the throne,
charged llaly with a breach of
ihe International laws.
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WHO DOES THE CITY PURCHASING?
AN ALDERMAN DEMANDS TO KNOW
Although the City Has a Purchasing Agent It Transpires That He Has Been  Instructed to Make No Purchases Until Aid. Hilditch Has Seen the Requisitions���Inquiry Reveals a Very Strange State of Affairs
Prince Rupert's purchasing
agent problem again vexed Alderman Newton last night. He summed up the situation regarding the
ordering of supplies in these words:
"The chairman of a committee
0. K.'s the bills. Thc finance
committee passes them upon his
0. K. But we have a purchasing
agent in this town. It is his
duty to make the purchase.   Who
THIRTY SEVEN AND A HALF CENTS PER HOUR
1NA IS SUSPICIOUS
OF JAPANESE PLOTS
They Have Discovered That Tokio Was Informed in
Advance About the Chinese Revolution���Former President of Chinese Council is
Suspected of Sympathy
(Canadian Press Despatch)
IVkin, Oct. 17.���The Chinese
military officials her are anxiously
watching Japan's movements, having found that Tokio was well
i'-d on the revolt, long before
it matured.
It looks as if Yuansl Kali the
former leader of the Council, will
nut return unless the Governmeni
gives him a free hand in carrying
"iii  reforms.    It  is freelv slated
that the former leader is really
in sympathy with the revolt, and
is only waiting for a few more
successes before throwing in his
lot with lhc revolutionaries.
All telegrams to Hankow are
now censored. The foreign consuls
have protested against their official
messages being butchered.
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
A VANCOUVER DETECTIVE
KILLS ESCAPING PRISONER
Rather Than Let His Man Run Away in the Fog,  Detective Campbell Shot a Suspected Thief Dead
���Happened in Lane Behind Hastings St.
who   located   him   in   a   biljiard
parlor on Hastings street cast, and
asked him to come out In the lane.
The man went, but once outside
Minimum Wage Set by Council for Labor on Woodworth Lake Waterworks
Last night the city council dis- day   penalty   clause   is   leviable
cussed the City Engineer's plans for delayed work
and specifications for the clearing
of the 33-f00t strip around Wood-
worth Lake, and today the City-
Hall is busy with would be bidders
going over these,
The minimum wage arrived at
after a lengthy discussion will be
.T7 1-2 cents per hour contract
labor, and the same for station
gangs hiring men. Fight hour
day will be enforced no employee
being allowed to work more than
eight hours, and no shift being
more than eight hours. Contractors will be responsible for
accidents to men, and a $25 |K-r
Tenders arc asked from station
gangs of ten men each who are
lo be responsible each personally
for the completion of the work.
Fxtra men may lx- hired by the
station gangs in the event of
delay. Private contractors are
also open lo bid giving a ten jxt
cent cheque as guarantee.
Briefly the work calls for straight
close cut I ing, clearing and logging
over an area of about 100 acres
divided up into sections of from
20 to 30 acres each.
Strictest regulations regarding
Sanitation are to be enforced during
thc   work,   and   similarly   strict
precautions against fire. Two
months is the time limit set for
thc completion of the work. "I
don't expect the work will- be
done by station gang," said Alderman Hilditch last right."
"Why not just do ii by days
lalxir anyway?" askul Alderman
Kirkpatrick.
"Oh, come, the people expect a
lit tie business sense from us surely,"
replied Alderman Hilditch. So
the work will probably be earriei
out by contract labor at 37 1-2
cents per hour, and already a
prominent labor organiser in. the
city has vowed that his followers
will know the reason whv.
TAFT THE ATTRACTION
Los Angeles People Desert the
McNamara Trial to See the
President.
(Cam dlan Press Despatch)
Los Angeles, Oct. 10.��� The McNamara trial is in the background
today because President Taft is
here. There is little interest taken
in the trial, while over fifty thousand |K*ople gathered to see the
President arrive.
(.Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 17.���Vancouver
ia excited today over thc killin;
nf a man named Webb by Detective
Campbell of the local |Milice force.
Webb was in the act of escaping
from custody at the time of his
death.
Tlie man Webb was wanted on
ii charge of theft by the detective
he bolted and was get ling away in
the fog. The officer fired several
times but with n<> effect. Finall>
he raised the gun and took careful
aim, the bullet entering the left
side near the heart.
Webb died within a few niinutis.
TO ABOLISH
WARD SYSTEM
Alderman Newton Brings up
the Question���Acting Mayor
Hilditch Grows Scornful at
the Press of Prince Rupert.
"I sec that one of my contemporaries is exceedingly anxious
that I should do something in
regard to doing away with the
Ward system," said Alderman Newton last night. "I think I may
respond   to   the   great    mandate
given mc, and pay some attention
to Ihis matter. I would not mind
moving a resolution that the council take the matter in hand and
have the system done away with.
Acting Mayor Hilditch explained
that thc city solicitor had already
taken the matter in hard when
the G. T. P. Officials were here
last, and all that could be done
was being done. If they had
wailed for thc press to begin tin-
work, he declared, the city would
have been too late. As it was
thc press had left it to poor,
hard-worked aldermen like himself to lake the fust steps, the pT*ft*
reserving lo Itself lhe sole right
to unjust criticism. It was the
newspapers' business to lake up
this question rather than leaving
H to be handled by "pick-me-up
councillors whom you pick Up on
the  streets,"  hc said.    The  city
solicitor  will  ascertain  whether
the petition lo abolish ihe Ward
system can be legally mailed t��
outside lot owncts, U flll possible
signatures will be needed for it.
WORK STOPPED
ON G. T. P.
Trans-continental Commission
Order Western Contractors
to Stop Work -May Hold Investigation.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa. Oct. 17.���A report that
the Government had ordered the
cessation of work on the National
Trans-continental Railway from
Winnipeg to Moncton has been
denied here. The re|��irl stated
lhat the Governmeni intended to
hold an investigation regarding the
expenditure and const ruction ard
that all work is to be held up as
llu- result of the order.
The truth is thai the commissioners have i,-ilercd the Western
eon tractors lo stop work, more
especially on the Western section,
but the order was not made by the
Government.
ARE AGAINST
PRISON LABOR
Longshoremen's Union Protest
Against Publicly Punishing
"The Victims of a Badly Administered Liquor License
System."
ANOTHER SEWER FACTORY
Local Man Who Makes Cement
Flues Would Embark on Sew*
er Pipe Enterprise.
does lhe ordering in. ihis town?
If not ihe purchasing agent, then
who?"
In various ways during the
lengthy discussion Alderman Newton re-iterated the question without getting any definite reply.
In a. general way die siatt ment was
nii.de by Acting Mayor Hilditch
ihat the t"ii>- Engineer did ;���. good
deal of ordering of supplies and
that the superintendent of public
works also ordered supplies. The
city purchasing egci i ordered the
supplies passed upon in committee,
under instruction of the chairman
of committee, and ii was his duty
to look after the interests of the
city and see that lhe prices of
goods were reasonable.
"But only this evening," exclaimed Alderman Newton, "the
finance committee hi s liitl occasion
to consult ilu* purchasii n agent
on bills ar.d he has admitted th;u
he did not ordef the goods."
City Clerk Woods, the purcfiasii g
agent, nodded assil't.
Alderman Newton declared that
during his rire months term as
alderman he had never been in a
position, though chairman of a
committee, i<> hard mn any patronage whatever, bin all< wed himself to be corn cli tl b) Acting
Mayor Hilditch, remcmberii g a
certain ir.cider.l in connection with
city fire insurance disposition.
Alderman Clayton hinted that
Alderman Newton's activity regarding the purchasing agent problem was due to his growing ambitions towards ilu* mayoral chair,
(Continued on page *;.)
DASTARDLY PLOT FOILED
TO KILL PRESIDENT TAFT
Quantity of Dynamite Was Discovered in the Footwork
of a Trestle Bridge Over Which the President's
Train Had to Pas     Plotter Fled When
Fired on by Watchman
the  train   passed
Prince Rupert branch of the
Longshoreman's Union has protested to the city council against
the system of employing prison
labor lo grade the proposed recreation park on Acropolis Hill. They
refer lo the men employed as
"lhe chain gang" and say that it
is a shame that thc victims of a
badfy administered liquor license
system should be thus made to
toil. They also argue that the
system is against the fair employment of legitimate labor at
fair wages. The letter was referred to the police commission.
F. Shaw who makes concrete
flue pipes in sections at Ilis works
on McBride street between Seventh
and Eighth avenues, has appliid
for permission to submit samples
of concrete sewer pipes to the
city council and cith engineer.
Referred to board of works.
TRAIN WRECK
NEAR OMAHA
Missouri Pacific Passenger
Train Ran into Fast Freight-
Seven Killed and Twenty Injured.
FIND SEAM OF COAL
Grading Gang on C. N. R. near
Battle Bluff Have a Lucky
Find.
Kamloops.Oct. 17.���While grad-
ng near Battle Bluff on Hie line
of ihe C. N. R. yesterday, a
construct ion gang uncovered a
big scam of coal which is snid to
be of coinmerical proportions.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Omaha, Oct. 17.���Seven persons
were killed and twenty injured
yesterday when a Missouri Pacific
passenger Min crashed into a fast
freight train at Fort Crook. Thc
governor of Florida was among
those injured. Mistaken orders
arc said lo have caused the dtls-
aster.
C. P. R. Royal Arrived
Thc Princess Royal last night
brought about fifty tons of fremiti
and twenty-five passengers. She-
proceeded north a.1 midnight. Mail
was"also brought by the Royal.
HOUSE TO MEET
IN FOUR WEEKS
Date of Opening is Fixed for
November 15th Will Have
Brief Adjournment at Christmas -Burrell Sworn Ih.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa,   Oct.    17.���Parliament
has  been  called  for the dispatch
of business to meet on November
18th, This date was fixed by the
Cabinet in council yesterday afternoon and an announcement made
later by Premier Borden.
Thc session will not be iii-duly
prolonged.   After a brief adjourn*
ment  at  Christmas, prorogation
will be sought probably at the
end of January or the first week
of February,
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct 17.���A starting aid  dastardly  attempt   to
wreck the Presidential train conveying President Taft and his
pa.rt> has been discovered. Underneath a trestle bridge over which
the train has to pass lo enter the
New Mexico border, a quantity
of  dynamite   had   been   placed.
explode    il
over.
The discovery of the dastardly
plot is due to a railroad watchman
who saw a. man at work in the
footwork of the bridge. I'i; ring
lhat lie had sinister designs, the
watchman fired his gun iit the
man, who lied leaving the dynamite behind. The incident has
caused a shock to the Califomian
Thc   obvious   intention   was   to I people,
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE IS
STILL UPON THE ROCKS
All the Passengers Have Been Transferred and  are  on
Their Way South���Foreholds are Full of Water
���After Cargo is Removed, Boat Will Float
(Canadian Press Despatch)       I eatrice yesterday ard will ,-ssist
Vancouver, Oct. 17.���Tin- latesl
news "i the steamer Princess
Beatrice is to ilu* effect thai
she i-. siill fast on the rocks on
Noble Island, in Christy Passage,
but i'll her passengers are safely
landed. These include two hundred Chinamen aad ore hundred
whites.
The steamer Salvor reached lhe
her. The cargo is to be unloaded,
when il is thought  the vessel will
float off the n.eks. The passengers are ill on tluir w. y --outh
now, having bun landed at Alert
Bay by ilu- steamer Vci lure.
The foreholds of the Princess
Beatrice are reported to be full of
water,
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, I'hone 4
(Special)���Hon. Martin Burrell,
Minister of Agriculture, was sworn
in  this morning  by the  Duke of
Connaught.
CONDEMN NE TEMERE
Decree of Roman Church Affecting Marriage Censured by
Methodists.
Toronto, Oct. 17.���By a rising
vote, the Kctimencial Council of
the Methodist Conference today
overwhelmingly condemned the
principle of the Ne Temcre decree. I in returi
Weigh   Scales   at   Last
City weigh sdalcs will lie purchased without further delay. Alderman Newton declared lasi nlghi
that he  was  surprised  that   they
had mn been installed long ;>.g".
He suggested thai someone could
be   employed   on   ;������   percentage
basis  lo  do   the weighing.     The
scales and Installation will come
to about 1500.
Boosts  Canadian  Cities
An  offer  from  ihe  Canadian
Municipal Journal of subscription
rates at |16 for 12 copies WO*
received by the cily colli cil losl
night. The Journal advertises
the eiiies subscribing, ard requests
only that cities should secure ;
certain  numbet
ITALIANS HAVE
A KNIFE FIGHT
Whole Construction Gang Take
a Hand Dead Body of One
Man Discovered Hidden in a
Bush.
Parry Sound, Oct. 17.���Several
Italians employed in ,*��� construction
camp engaged in a battle with
knives last night with the result
thai was one killed aril several
wounded The deed body of one
Rian Was found today in a bush
where il had been thrown.
s.  Mussallem has applied  to
the  council   for  electric  ligbi   as
f   subscriptions I he is to erect his store.    Referred
to light and phone committee. THE DAILY NEWS
ELECTRIC HOTEL
IS THE LATEST
Current Does Everything Except
to Pay One's Bill You Have
to Do That Yourself.
The interesting news comes from
Paris that a hotel will be built
there in which all the domestic
service will be performed by electricity. If the promoters of the
scheme keep iheir promises, everything will be done by electricity
except   the  guests'   payment  of
iheir bills. Even then they can
give the cashier a shock by refusing io pay.
There will be no waiters, no
bellhops, no coat boys, no chambermaids, and consequently no
tips. If a guest arrives home at
3 a.m. all he will have to do
is to touch a button, which will
tuni an electric sun, and then hc
can say to his wife;
"My dear, you're really getting
lazy. Look at me. I'm up and
dressed."
If hc feels that he needs a
cocktail he can touch another
button. One touch brings a martini, two whisky, three a man-
hattan, four vermouth, five an
ambulance. In answer, a dumbwaiter rises through the floor
either to bring lhe desired bracer,
or, when need be, io lower the
guest to the ambulance.
The hotel promoters lay much
stress on the fact lhat all their
waiters are dumb. In place of the
ordinary Swiss, who only stand
and wait, instead of running and
serving, there will be automatons
run by electricity, and guaranteed
not to spill soup down your back
or creamed asparagus in your lap.
The dining table will be decorated
wiih flowers raised by intensive
electrical culture in both winter
and summer, for there will be no
seasons in this hotel; push 1
button and you're warmer than
when you see another fellow walking with the "only dear one on
earth;" push another button and
you're colder than when the other
fellow frigidly asks, "What lhe
devil are you doing here?"
One of the features of the hotel
will be an electric orchestra, in
which all kinds of stringed instruments will apparently play of
iheir own accord.
The inventor, a Frenchman named Giorgio Knap, who has spent
years experimenting with the various devices, asserts that they are
now absolutely perfect, and has
formed a company under tin- name
"Sodelie des Hotels Electriques"
for the purpose of building electric
hotels in every big city throughout
the world.
AT THE THEATRE
Williams Co. Present "Ole Olsen" to crowded House Saturday���An Amusing Success.
"Ole Olsen" as staged on Saturday night by the Dave Williams
Stock Company drew a full house,
latecomers to the ion-booked seats
being even compelled to content
themselves with standing room
only, and the reserved seats being
filled.
Again the company did excellently giving enjoyment unsti.itedly
to the audience. It was interesting
to note the number of re-bookings
evide.it. Nearly everyone who
saw the first plays put on by the
company booked again for their
latest performance.
"Ole Olsen" as a comedy gives
Mr. Williams his opportunity all
through to show his humorous
gifts and talent as an actor in the
part of the kind and ingenious
Swede of the title role. Miss
Marguerite Doyle too had specially
good chances to demonstrate again
to Prince Rupert that she is a
comedienne of winsome ways and
sparkling talent. The part of
"Genie Dimple" suits her to perfection. Miss Ora Wolff had a
part to suit her excellently in
that of "Mrs. Flannigan," Byron
Aldeiin as "Dr. Shingle" was
most amusing, and George Sweat-
man in the role of "Jeff Basscti"
did his work capitally. As "Paul
Jorden" Mr. S. Van Dyke with
little to do did that lillle just
right, and Miss Pinkie Mullaly in
the role of "Mrs. Jorden" acted
with taste and restraint relieving
lhe frankly funny phases of the
play with touches of pathos.
Master Willie played all there
was to play in "Little Phillip"
very well.
Specialties were introduced most
successfully during the acts by-
Mr. Gsorge Sweatman in humorous
songs, Mr. .Arthur Cyril in Scotch
songs and a parasol dance which
proved a roof-raiser, and Miss
Marguerite Doyle with fetching
songs. Altogether "Ole Olsen"
upheld the company's already good
reputation and tonight's perfro-
m;mcc of King's Evidence will be
pleasurably anticipated.
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STRENGTHENS THE SURVEYOR
PRETTY  WEDDING   HELD
Miss Hester Kergin Became
Bride of Mr. J. C. Halsey on
Saturday.
At the home of Dr. Kergin
at eight p.m. on Saturday evening
a charming wedding ceremony was
held, the bride being Miss Hester
Kergin, and lhe groom Mr. J. C.
Halsey of this city. Rev. Charles
Sing officiated, and the bride was
given away by Dr. Kergin, her
brother. The bride wore a very
pretty gown of Queen satin with
a cream chiffon overdress and
delicate lace veil with wreath of
orange blossoms. She carried ;���
beautiful bouquet of roses. Her
bridesmaid, Miss MacMaster, wore
a dainty dress of pink and carried
a bouquet of roses. Little Fred
Kergin acted as a charming little
ring-bearer, and Mr. J. Thomson
was groomsman.
The rooms were tastefully decorated wiih carnations, pinks, and
ii profusion of similar flowers .'.nil
a bright reception followed the
ceremony at which about ihiriy
of the friends of bride and bridegroom were present. Many handsome gifts were received by the
young   couple   who   left   by   the
Camosun yesterday morning for
their honeymoon trip. They will
retur.i lo reside in Prince Rupert,
in the cottage lately occupied by-
Mr. Benson on Fifth avenue near
Me Bride street.     Both  bride nnd
bridgrogom  are   very   popular   in
Kupert.
Months Municipal Menu for
Men on the Main Work of
City Development.
Without the surveyor, cities in
B. C. mil, y wouldn't happen.
So thc cities that do happen
keep their surveyors fit. Following
is the month's supply for a survey-
party on municipal work for Prince
Rupert at Woodworth Lake: 1
sack potatoes, 1 sack cabbage,
1 sack carrots, 1 sack turnips, 1
sack onions, 1 sack parsnips, 2
sacks flour, 1 case eggs, 50 lbs.
rolled oats, 10 lbs. buckwheal,
20 lbs. cornmeal, 15 lbs. tea, 15
lbs. coffee, 1 case tomatoes, 15
lbs. dried apples, 15 lbs. apricots,
1 case canned peaches, 50 lbs.
fresh meal every week, 10 lbs.
split peas, 1 small cheese, 10 lbs.
macaroni, 25 lbs, navy beans, 10
lbs. limit beans, 4 hams, 100 lbs.
white sugar, 2 cases cream, 1 gal.
molasses, 2 gallons syrup, 1 case
yeast cakes, 10 lbs. baking powder
(i lbs. baking soda, 1 can cinnamon,
1 can each allspice*, cloves, nutmeg,
ginger, mace, pastry spice and red
pepper, 10 lbs. salt, 50 lbs. compound of lard and beef fat, one
qUari vinegar,one large tin, mustard, one case assorted jams, one
case pickles, 1 case pumpkin, one
small bottle Mapcline, one bottle
lemon flavor, one bottle vanilla,
half a gallon Worchester sauce.
WINNERS SATURDAY NIGHT
Sloan Suit Clubs
Club
12���F. E. Dcmcrs.
18���J. M. Carmichael,
14���J. M. Dobing.
15���H. S. Woods.
16���W. H. Peck.
17���F. E. Ellis.
The new G.T.P. News Stand For fit, finish and durability
for Lowncy'a delicious Choco- try one of Sweder Brothers' custom
lates, fresh from the factory,   tf j tailored suits. o!4
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-HouBei and Rentals.
KINGS EVIDENCE
Williams Dramatic Company
Have a Strong Play for Tonight.
"King's Evidence" is the bill
for tonight at the Empress, and
is one of the best comedy bills
the Williams Company put on.
There is a plot, a good one, and
there is comedy enough to satisfy
every one. There is sensational
action and climaxes enough to
warm the blood of the most
seasoned theatre goer.
It would have been impossible
for the compa.iy to put on this
play if it were not for the kindness
of Mrs. Bryon Casley in allowing
her little daughter Lottie to play
the child's part. It is a sweet,
quairl, child's pari to which little
Lottie Casley will do full justice.
Mr. Dave Williams as "Isaacs
the Jew" has a chance to show
his ability as a comedian, a chance
which he makes the very most of
and the whole company are well
cast.
QUIET WEDDING SATURDAY
Miss   Margaret   Nyland   Weds
Mr. L. B. Warner.   A Popular
Match
On Saturday oignl al the house
of Rev. Father Du.io/ lhe wedding
took place of Miss Margaret Nyland and Mr. Laurie B Warner
of this city. The ceremony was
ii very quiet one, only the intimate
friends of bride and bridegroom
aeing present. Congratulations
are cordial as both bride and
groom are well known residents
of ihis city.
Princess May South
This afternoon the C P R. S.S.
Princess May passed south with
many well known old-timers from
lhe Yukon on board. She carried
mail and a number of passengers
south from Rupert. Amongst her
passengers were Mrs. Frank Mobley and Rev. W. II. Mcl.cod.
Mrs. Mobley was travelling from
Alibi.
Council Tonight
Principal subject of discussion
in council tonight will Ik- the
Woodworth   L-ike Specifications.
There may also be some talk over
the Hays Creek sewer system.
Appll.Cati.anS of engineers for the
new works in hand will not be
Opened until ihe 25th.
Woodworth Lake Works
Plans and spccifiiatio.-s for the
clearing of the bush on the thirty-
fool belt around Woodworth Lake
will be ready for intending bidders
i't (he City Hall tomorrow, TitcS'
day.
About seventy first class and as
many deck passengers [eft by the
Prince George this mor.iing.
Popular Pastor Delegate
Bv    lhe   Princess   May   today-
Rev!   W.   II.   McLeod   left   for
Vancouver. Mr McLeod is chosen
by Ilis congregation as delegate at
the big missionary coi.ver lion now
being held in Vancouver. He also
represents his congregation at the
Sunday School Cor veil lion next
week. During Mr. McLeod's absence special arrangements for services will be made announcement
of which will be given oul later.
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Furnlahed rooma with bath.
th.-w.vk.   Talbot Houu.
BpMllI ratea by
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Neatly Furnlahed rrama, gentli'in.'n preferred.-
Apply Mra. Mulli, , over Mnirstn* Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma, Mra. lini-nwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Furnlahed rooma. lint anel cold waler
with bath. Dliiby Rooma. (ilii Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hall. Ml' I'ndlAve., for
Dancea. Fraternal Societies, Boelllt, dc. Apply
Frank A Kill.. Box 869 or phone U, ls.i-tf
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For Sale
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P. 0. Box 264.
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110-30 Savage Rifle, good a. new.
236-211
Ladlea' SuiU (nd Skirta. A (to left In brown
and black broadcloth, alaea Sx anil 42. Will cloae
out at f 10 and 116.   l'hil 111,1   ..:,.! A v.-.   294-296
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Siorey houae, houao-
hold gooda. Near Prinoe llupert. A anap If
Uken at once.   Addreaa II--. 16S. tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Insurance
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OUR Companies aro noted for prompt and! juit
aettlemflnta. We writ* every known class of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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Wanted
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Stenofrrapher.Wantcd-Apply Box 1631 tf
Wanted���A irood imart boy for provision store.
Apply at once ldaal Provision Huum.        236>tf
Wanted Nut-tin*. Obttectrlca a upeclalty.
Residence 829 Third Ave.   Thone 243 Red. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
ami repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
called for and delivered. Mrs Charles 1'ercher,
820 Third Ave.   Phono 2M Red. tf
Lost and Found
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POUND -2 .Small Keys.   Inquire at News Office.
Hft-tf
Lost-Ladies' watch in bracelet.   Reward by ra-
turnlnir to News office. tf
Loat on Saturday nlicht one ladles' if.-i.l watch,
enamel roaa set In centre. Reward. Phone
Cold Storaire Plant 280. tf
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Real Estate
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Will buy l.'t. In Prince Ruperl at bargain price.
for caah. Apply P. O. Box 660 auilng location,
price, tic. 231-lf
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Situations Wanted
Wanted- Poaitlon by experienced atenographer
Apply P.O. Box 437. 2U-2JSI
Notice of Dissolution
Take notice that the firm of Charlea B. Wark
A Company which haa been carrying on the jewelry bualneaa in parlnerahlp In Prince Rupert, B.
C., Ima thia day been dlaaolved. Charle* B. Wark
retiring from lhe firm, and that William Wark
antl William II. Wark Inlend to continue the aald
Iru.lnea. in I'rince Rupert under the firm name
of W. Wark et Son. and will collect all money,
due the aald firm of Charlea 11. Wark A Company
and pay all debta owing by the aald firm.
Haled at Prince Rupert, B.C.. thia 11th day of
o.-t..|.->. A.D.. 1*11.
W. WARK.
W. H. WARK,
234-240 B. C. WARK.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agent.
Ordere promptly i-lllad.   Price reaaonable.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochetter. Centre St.    Phone aa.
p.o. vox 804
PONV EXPRESS
SYKTKMATIt: MRHCIIANT*'  I.KI.IVKRY  SKSVICK
Baggage, Storage and Forwarding Agenta.   For
Riga or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone .101
To Contractors and
Station Men
Tender, will be received by lhe underalgned up
to 4 p.m. Monday, 23rd October, 1911, for the
clearing and logging of 162 acrea of land on I .alec
Woodworth.
The loweat or any tender not neceaurily accented.
Plana and apeclficattona may be aeen and
fe-rrniB of tender obtained at the ofllce of the City
Engineer after Monday, October, ]6th.
WM. M. DAVIS. E. A. WOODS,
City Engineer. Cltr Clerk.
Fireman Wanted
Application, will bo received hy the City Clerk
up lo 4 p.m., October 30th. for the poaitlon of fireman. Applicant, to alate age and experience.
Salary 190 per month.
23H-23K
K.HNF.ST A. WOODS.
City Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Johnston
went south on thc George this
morning.
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, nlsojrar-
den seediat the lowest market prices, at Collart's
olg Pied Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phonea 41 or 301
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, section  1,   First Ave.,
Price $2600,  $1000 cash,  balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
1 lot, block 9, section 5, Sixth Avenue,
Price $1625, half cash, balance 6,   12
and 18 months.
1 lot, block 14, section 5, Summit Ave,
Extra large 32-foot front.      Price
$1260, $800 cash, terms.
Lots  10 nnd  11,   block  24,   section 5,
7th Ave.   Two fronts.   Make offer.
1 lot, block 15, section 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Hays Cove, with
house :i2x20.   Price $2625.
2 lots, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave
Price $600 each, $300 cash, balance
$25 per month,
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each, $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
HOUSES FOR SALE
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor view in city. Price
$1837. $600 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 6 rooms each, papered, plast
ered, painted, on 9th Avenue. J22.0O
per month.
Stores on Second Avenue.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 5 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al! complete, $400.
CIGAR STORE AND FIXTURES
Fixtures, wall cases, show cases com
Dlete.   Price $300,  or will  rent for
$76 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
6 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and 3 years.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at Kitselas, $60 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots, Third Avenvc, close in,
level, good lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skaana land District���District of Coast Ranga V
Tako   notlea   that   I    Paul   Haften  of   Prince
Ruperl, laborer, Intend to apply for permission
to purchaae the followinK described lands:
Commencini at a post planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek about 60 chains southeast from It. It. thence south 40 chains, thence
eaal 40 chains, thenca north 40 ehains, thenca
weat 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL HAGEN
Pub. July 25. Fred E. CoweU, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that Jesse M. Tallman of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, Intends to
apply for permlasion to purchase the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tho southerly
shore of Kuttymaleen Inlet on the right bana
of a small stream flowing Into said Inlet just eut
of Crow Lake. Thence aouth 20 chains, thence
west 20 chaina more or leaa to the shore line of
Crow Lake, thence northerly and easterly following the shore lines of Crow Lake, the Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kuteeymateen Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acres
mnre or leas. Located August 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District���District or Coast Range V
Take notice that I, George Klme of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following deacribed
Commencing at a post planted at the aouthwest corner of Ixit 2287, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence wist 40 chains
Ihenee eouth 40 chains, thence west 40 chains
thenoe north 80 chains to point of commencemen
containing 48)' acres more or Inss.
Dated July 16, 1011 GEORGE KIME
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Cout Range V
Take notice that I, Adolph IF. Chrlstlanaon of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation atlorney-
at-lew. Intend to applv for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one and
one-half miles (1 1-2) northeast of the head of
Trout River on the west side of Lakelse Lake,
and about 5 chains from the lake-front, thence
aouth 80 chains, theno-i wer*, 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement.
* ADOLPH H. CHTRISTIANSON
Dated June 80, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Puh. July 25.
We Drat Believe It
They say that the city buys its supplies from only threa
firms, but we don't believe it, as we have been promised
our share and expect it soon. But you, the public, who
have no mills  to bring your grist to,  come   to .
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
���!  WHERE   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case Goods
Iron and Brass  Beds,  Baby Buggies.
For the
Kitchen
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtaini
and all kinds of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves,   Hotel  White, Granite and Vitrified Ware   Teapots,    Beanpots,    Buttercrocks,   Jugs,    Filters 'and
complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all  kinds.     Cutlery,   French  and
English China in sets or by  the piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Oatermoor
-,       , Mattreaa, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplato for from-
eous -UOOOS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vases, Bar Glasses ���f
every description, Lamps,   Lamp   Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all   kinds.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 26c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
.Skoena Unel Dlatrlcl���Diatrict ol Coaat IUnge 6
Tak. nolle, that LcRoy F. Grant ol Prinn
KuiM-rt, II. C, occupatiun civil engine.!. Intend,
to apply lor permiaalon to purchaa. the following
tl.-a.crih.sl landa:
Commencing at a poat planled about 3 1-2 mile.
In a northerly direction from the northeast corner
poat ol Lot 1380, Range '-, Coaat Di.irirt, thenre
nut 30 chaina, thence north 60 chaina, thence
weat to bank ol river, ihence wuih lollowlng
bank ot river to point ot commencement: containing 1*10 acree, more or leaa.
Hated Sept. 9, 1911. LEROY  F.  GRANT
Pub. Oct. II. Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agent
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Cout Rang. V
Tak. notie. that I, I'eter Erlckaon ol Prinoa
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply lor parmiaaion
to purchaae th. lollowlng deacrlbeid landa:
Commeneing at a poat planus! on tho north
bank ol WUliama (reek where the railway right-
of-way croaMB and 3 chaina back Irom tho creek
bank, thenn aouth 30 ehalna, thenn eaat 40
chaina, thenn north 80 chaina, l< .nco weat 40
chaina to point of commencement.
DaUd July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowall. Agant
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Cout Rang. V
Take notln tbat I, John Eranaon ol Prinn
Kupert, laborer, InUnd to apply lor parmiaaion
to purchaae lhe lollowlng deacrlbeid landa:
Commencing at a poat planud at tbo aoutheaat comer of Lot 4411,, thenn north 80 chainai*
thenn Mat 60 ehalna, thenn aouth 80 ehalna,
thenn weat 60 chaina U point ol commennment.
Dated July 18, 1*11. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agant
Sknna Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Cout Rang. 6
Taka  noUn  that  Sarah   E.   Alton  ol   Princ.
Kupert, occupation nune. lnUnela to apply lor
permiaaion  to  purehaae th. lollowing  elwcribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at tho North-
wnt corner 140 ehalna eaaterly (allghtly north)
Irom tha northeaat corner ot Lot 1116 (Harvey
Survi-y) Coaat Diatrict, Range V, thenn 80 chaina
eaat, tnenn 80 ehalna aouth, thenn 40 chaina
weet, thenn 40 ehaine north, thenn 40 chaina
weat, thenn 40 chaina north to poat ol commennment conulnlng 480 acrea morn or leaa.
Dated June 14, 1911. SARAH K. ALTON
Pub. July 18. Fred Uohler, Agant
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Cout Range 6
Take notln that I, ChriaUpher Jamea Graham
ol Prinn Rup rt, B. C, occupation locomotive
enelncor, Intend to apply lor permiaalon In purchaae
the following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the eouth-
wnt corner ol Lot No. 1738 vicinity of Lake
Lakelae and marked Chriatopher j. (iraham
N. E. Corner, thence weet 40 chaina, thence aouth
80 chaina, thence eut 40 chaina, thenn north 80
chaina to poat of commennmont; containing
820 aciofl, moro or lean.
CHRISTOPHER  JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Datad Sap'.. 22.1911.11.66 A.M.���Wltneaaed T. D
Pub. Sept. 30.
keena Land DUtriet���Diatrict ol Cout Range 6
Take   notice   that   8Unley   Oroen   ol   Prinn
Rupert, D. ('., occupation miner, InUnda to apply
lor permlulon to purchaaa the following daaenbad
land: a
Commencing et a poat planud 40 chaina aoutb
and 40 chaina weet of the northweat corner of
Lot 1788, Lakelae Valley, Diatrict of Cout Itange
1 -lionco wnt 40 ehaina. thenn eouth 80 ehaina,
.... nro uet 40 chaina, thenn north 80 chaina to
Bolnt of commencement.
Ukad Juna 80th, 1911
Pub. July 16.
WATER NOTICE
I. S. Harriaon ot Prinn Rupert, II. C, linler.
give noUn that on tha fifteenth day ol Novcmb.'
1911,1 InUnd to apply U the Water Conimieaiocr'
at hla offln ln Prinn Rupert, I). C, lor a Iicit-
to take and uae three cubic fnt of water l��� r M-cond
trom McNeil River in Sknna DUtrict. The �����'��
I. to be uken from tha atream about tour miM
abov. th. unction with th. Sknna liner ����� i
I* lo bo uaad on Lot 4406 tor domntlc lad <W*
cultural purpoaoa.
SAMUEL HAItm-iON
Sapt. 9.
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harriaon ol Prinn Rupert, B. C , breW
give nolin that on tha flfuenth day ol N "�������
1911, I intend to apply to the WaUr Cinneiseioner
at hla offln In Prinn Rupert, B. C, for a llnnoj
to take and un two cubic teet of water pal ���.tuna
from tho Weat Fork of McNeil Klver In Mm-n'
DUtrict. The water U to be Uken Irom tl���* ��WJ
about one mile Irom lu unction with ,**"'*'
Rivar and U to be uaad on Lot 4406 tor ilimnXlt
and agricultural purpoaaa. ..,������,.
SSAMUEL HARRISON
Sept. 9.      -
STANLEY GREEN
Locator
NOTICE
In tha County Court ol Atlin Hotden at Prion
Rupert in tha Matter of the "OfHtM A,l-
mlntatrator'a Act"
In tha Matter of the BaUU of Duran P. IA******
deoeaeed, InUaUU.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of Ilia ���';*;���;*���
Judge Young, made the Slat day ol .������un- ��� . '���'"'.
1 wu appointed Adminlatralor of the 1 ��� *.',
th. aald Duran P. Latkovlch decca��c,l, in I ����
pai-tln having claim, agalnat the uld I'''-"0."j
hereby required to forward aame properl;.' *''".''"
to ma on or before the 80th day of B��l*ni"rl
1911, and all the partlu Indebted to th;' "'J
EaUU aro required to pay the amount "��� *M"
indebudneaa to me forthwith.
DATED tha 6th day ol September, 1911.
JOHN H. McMULI.IS.
Official Admtatotfiiei.
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Italy refuses to have peace
unless tripoli is surrendered
eace Negotiations at Rome Fall Through Owing to Italy's Attitude   Demands an
Unconditional Surrender Without Compensation for Turkey���Turkish
Troops Are Repulsed in an Attack on Italians Outside Tripoli
(Canadip.n Press Despatch)
London, Oct. 17.���Thc ncgo-
'.tini's for peace between Italy
d Turkey have failed, and hos-
ities will go op. This has been
imed from high authority by
London Daily Chronicle's VIen-
.correspondent, and is announced
this morning's edition. The
plomatic negotiations entered in-
,*t Rome have ended in failure.
Italy is Obdurate
It i- learned lhat the stumbling
ick   to   peace   is   Italy's   firm
n-.'.l to consider anything but
t* unconditional surrender of Trip
by Turkey,  and  the  refusal
ti'.ly to grant any compensation
Turkey for vacating Tripoli.
Fighting at Tripoli
Tripoli, Oct.  17.���Before da\ui
on Sunday a body of Turkish
Infantry attacked the entrenched
and advanced posls of lhe Italian
army west of Boumelainc. After
several hours fighting, the Italian
Infantry backed by field guns
landed from the fleet and forced
the Turks to beat a retreat. Four
Italians were wounded, and the
dead body of one of the Turks was
left behind.
Does It Mean Peace?
Berlin, Oct. 17.���Thc Kaiser
has invited the Italian Ambassador,
Signor Passa, to a conferer.ee today
on lhe political situation. The
German Chancellor is also to
attend. Speculation is rife as
to thc meaning of this Italo
German conference.
Young Turks in Power
Constantinople, Ocl, 10.���The
opening of the new Parliament
on Saturday showed the Young
Turks���the war pany���to be in
the majority. Ahmaed Rita, one
of the most militant of them, was
elected to be president. The
Sultan's speech from the throne,
charged Italy with a breach of
ihe international laws.
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WHO DOES THE CITY PURCHASING?
AN ALDERMAN DEMANDS TO KNOW
Although the City Has a Purchasing Agent It Transpires That He Has Been  Instructed to Make No Purchases Until Aid. Hilditch Has Seen the Requisitions���Inquiry Reveals a Very Strange State of Affairs
Prince Rupert's purchasing
agent problem again vexed Alderman Newton last night. He summed up the situation regarding the
ordering of supplies in these words:
"The chairman of a committee
0. K.'s the bills. The finance
committee passes them upon his
(). K. But we have a purchasing
agent in this town. It is his
duly to make the purchase.   Who
THIRTY SEVEN AND A HALF CENTS PER HOUR
nn
age
town?
't, lhen
DHINA IS SUSPICIOUS
OF JAPANESE PLOTS
hey Have Discovered That Tokio Was Informed in
Advance About the Chinese Revolution���Former President of Chinese Council is
Suspected of Sympathy
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vkin, Oct. 17.���Thc Chinese
il'iary officials her arc anxiously
itching Japan's movements, hav-
ig found that Tokio was well
i,-,.il on the revolt, long before
; matured.
11 looks as if Yu.-u.si Kai, the
inner leader of the Council, will
return unless the Government
Ives him a free hand in carrying
u.  reforms.    It  is  freely slated
that the former leader is really
in sympathy with the revolt, and
is only waiting for a few more
successes before throwing in his
lot with the revolutionaries.
All lelegrams to Hankow are
now censored. The foreign consuls
have protested i-Tgainst their official
messages being butchered.
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
IA VANCOUVER DETECTIVE
KILLS ESCAPING PRISONER
lather Than Let His Man Run Away in the Fog, Detective Campbell Shot a Suspected Thief Dead
-Happened in Lane Behind Hastings St.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 17.���Vancouver
excited today over thc killing
of p. man named Webb by Detective
Campbell of the local ]xilice force.
Webb was in the act of escaping
from custody at thc time of his
death.
The man Webb was wanted on
a charge of theft by the detective
who located him in a biljiard
parlor on Hastings street east, and
asked him to come out in die lane.
The man went, but once outside
he bolted and was getting away in
the fog.    The officer fired several
limes but with no effect.   Finally
hc raised the gun and look careful
aim, the bullet entering the left
side near the heart.
Webb died within a fiw niinutis
Minimum Wage Set by Council for Labor on Woodworth Lake Waterworks
Last night the city council dis
cussed the Cily Engineer's plans
and sperificalions for the clearing
of the 32-foot strip around Wood
worth Lake, and today the City
Hall is busy wiih would be bidders
going over these,
The minimum wage arrived at
after a lengthy discussion will be
37 1-2 cents per hour contract
labor, and the same for station
gangs hiring men. Light hour
day will be enforced no employee
being allowed to work more than
eight hours, and no shift being
morc than eight hours. Contractors will be responsible for
aeddents to men, and a $25 per
TAFT THE ATTRACTION
Los Angeles People Desert the
McNamara Trial to See the
President.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Los Angeles, Oct. 10.���The McNamara trial is in lhe background
today because President Taft is
here. There is little interest taken
in the trial, while over fifty thousand people gathered to sec the
President arrive.
day   penalty   clause   is   leviable
for delayed work.
Tenders arc asked from station
gangs of ten men each who are
lo be responsible each personally
for lhe completion of the work.
Extra men may Ik- hired by lhe
station gangs in the event of
delay. Private contractors are
also open to bid giving a ten ]>cr
cent cheque as guarantee.
Briefly the work calls for straight
close culling, clearing and logging
over an area of about ICO acres
divided up into sections of from
20 to 30 acres each.
Strictest regula.lions regarding
sanitation are to be enforced during
the   work,   and   similarly   strict
ARE AGAINST
PRISON LABOR
Longshoremen's Union Protest
Against Publicly Punishing
"The Victims of a Badly Administered Liquor License
System."
WORK STOPPED
ON G. T. P.
Trans-continental Commission
Order Western Contractors
to Stop Work- May Hold Investigation.
TO ABOLISH
WARD SYSTEM
Alderman Newton Brings up
the Question���Acting Mayor
Hilditch Grows Scornful at
the Press of Prince Rupert.
"I   see   that   one   of   my   contemporaries is exceedingly anxious
that I should do something in
regard to doing away with the
Ward system," said Alderman New-
Ion last night. "I think I may
respond to the great mandate
given me, and pay some attention
-to this matter. I would not mind
moving ;>. resolution that the council tr.ke the matter in hand and
have the system done away with*
Acting Mayor Hilditch explained
that the city solicitor had already
token the matter in hard when
the G. T. P. officials were here
last, and all thai could be done
was being done. If they ���������'<-
Waited for the press to begin the
work, he declared, the cily would
have been too late. As it was
the press had left it to poor,
hard-worked aldermen like himself to take the first steps, the press
reserving to ilself the sole right
to unjust criticism. It was the
newspapers' business to take up
Ihis question ralher than leaving
il to be handled by "pick-me-up
councillors whom you pick up on
the  streets,"  he  said*    The city
solicitor will ascertain whether
the petition to aboljsh the ward
system can be legally mailed 1"
outside lot owners, as i'll possible
signatures will be needed for it.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa. Oct. 17.���A report that
the Govemmenl had ordered the
cessation of work on the National
Transcontinental   Railway  from
Winnipeg to Moncton has been
denied here. The report Stated
that the Government intended to
hold an investigation regarding the
expenditure and construction and
(hat all work is to be held up as
the result of the order.
The truth is that the commissioners have ordered the Western
contractors to stop work, more
especially on the Western section,
but the order Was not made by the
Government.
Prince Rupert branch of the
Longshoreman's Union has protested to the cily council against
the system of employing prison
labor io grade the proposed recreation park on Acropolis Hill. The)
refer to the men employed as
"the chain gang" and say that it
is a shame that the victims of a
badly administered liquor license
system should be thus made to
toil. They also argue that the
system is against the fair employment of legitimate labor at
fiir wages. The letter was referred to the iMilicc commission.
precautions against fire. Two
months is the time limit set for
the completion of lhe work. "I
don't exjiect the work will ��� be
done by station gang," -said Alderman Hilditch last right."
"Why not just do ii by days
labor anyway?" askid Alderman
Kirkpatrick.
"Oh, come, ilu- people expeel a
lit lie business sense from us surely,"
replied Alderman Hilditch, So
the work will probably be carried
out by contract labor at 37 1-2
cents per hour, and already a
prominent labor organiser in. the
city has vowed that his follower-
will know the reason whv.
ANOTHER SEWER FACTORY
Local Man Who Makes Cement
Flues Would Embark on Sewer Pipe Enterprise.
F. Shaw who makes concrete
flue pipes in sections at his works
on McBride street between Seventh
and Eighth avenues, has applied
for permission to subinii samples
of concrete sewer pipes to the
city council and (ith engineer.
Referred to board of works.
does ihe ordering in
If noi the purchasing
who?"
In various ways during the
lengthy discussion -Alderman New-
ton re-iterated the question without getting ar.y definite reply.
In i'. general way the statement was
made by Acting Mayor Hilditch
lhat the City Engineer did a good
deal of ordering of supplies and
that the superintendent of public
works also ordered supplies. The
ciiy purchasing egcr.l ordered ilu
supplies passed upon in committee,
under instruction of ilu* chairman
of committee, and it wns his duty
to look after the interests of the
city and see that lhe prices of
goods were reasonable.
"Hut only this evening," ex-
el.-.inud  Alderman   Newton,  "the
finance committee Is; - had occasion
to consult the purchasii g agent
on bills ar.d be hi's admitted ihat
he did not order ihe goods."
City Clerk Woods, lhe pttrcl-.asii u
agent, nodded assent.
Alderman Ntwton declared that
during his iire months term as
alderman he had never bui' in a
position, though chairman of a
committee, io har.d out any patronage whatever, but alii wed himself to be corn cud b\ Acting
Mayor Hilditch, remembering a
certain incident in connection wiih
dty fire ii Burar.cc disposition.
Alderman Clayton hit ted ihat
Alderman Newton's activity regarding the purchasirg agenl problem was due to his growing ambitions towards tin* mayoral chair,
(Continued on page i.)
DASTARDLY PLOT FOILED
TO KILL PRESIDENT TAFT
Quantity of Dynamite Was Discovered in the Footwork
of a Trestle Bridge Over Which the President's
Train Had to Pas     Plotter Fled When
Fired on by Watchman
TRAIN WRECK
NEAR OMAHA
FIND SEAM OF COAL
Grading Gang on C. N. R. near
Battle Bluff Have a Lucky
Find.
Kamloops.Oct. 17.- -While grading near Battle Bluff on the line
of the C. N. R. yesterday, a
construction gang uncovered a
big seam of coal which is said lo
be of commerical proportions.
Missouri Pacific Passenger
Train Ran into Fast Freight-
Seven Killed and Twenty Injured.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Omaha, Oct. 17.���Seven persons
were killed and twenty injured
yesterday when a Missouri Pacific
passenger train crashed inio a fast
freight train at Fort Crook. The
governor of Florida was among
those injured. Mistaken orders
.ire said lo have caused the disaster.
C. P. R. Royal Arrived
The Princess Royal last night
brought about fifty tons of freight
and  twenty-five passengers.    She
proceeded north at midnight. Mail
was" also brought by the Royal.
HOUSE TO MEET
IN FOUR WEEKS
Date of Opening is Fixed for
November 15th Will Have
Brief Adjournment at Christmas    Burrell Sworn Ih.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Ocl. 17.���Parliament
has been called for the dispatch
of business to meet on November
15th. This date was fixed by the
Cabinet in council yesterday afler-
noon and an announcement made
later by Premier Borden.
Thc session will not be unduly
prolonged. After a brief adjournment at Christmas, prorogation
will be sought probably at the
end of January or the first week
of February.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct. 17.���A startling and dastardly attempt lo
wreck the Presidential train conveying President Taft and his
part) has been discovered. Underneath a trestle bridge over which
the I rain has to pass to enter the
Niw Mexico border, a quantit)
of dynamite had been placed.
The    obvious   intention    was    to
explode    il   as   lhe   train   passed
over.
The discovery of the dastardly
plot is due to a railroad watchman
who saw a man al work in the
footwork of ilu* bridge. Fearing
ihat he had sinister designs, the
watchman fired his gun al thc
man, who lied leaving the dynamite behind. The incident has
caused a shock to the California!)
people.
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE IS
STILL UPON THE ROCKS
All the Passengers Have Been Transferred and are on
Their Way South���Foreholds are Full of Water
���After Cargo is Removed, Boat Will Float
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 17.���The latest
news of ihe steamer Princess
Beatrice   is   io   the   effect   that
she i*. siill fi'.st on the rocks on
Noble Island, ia Christy Passage,
bill  i'll  her passengers are safch
(anded.   These include two hundred Chinamen and one hundred
whites.
Tin- steamer Salvor reached ihe
Beatrice yesterday ard will assist
her. The cargo is to be unloaded,
when ii is thought the "easel will
Una I off the rocks. The passe- -
gers are all on their Way south
now, having lm n I. nded al All rt
Bay by the steamer Venture.
The   foreholds   of   the   Pririvss
Beatrice arc rcjwriid to be full of
water.
Pnntorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
(Special)���Hon. Martin Burrell,
Minister of Agriculture, was sworn
in this morning by the Duke of
Connaught.
CONDEMN NE TEMERE
Decree of Roman Church Affecting Marriage Censured by
Methodists.
Toronto, Oct.  17.���By a rising
vote, the Ecumenctal Council of
the Methodist Conference today
overwhelmingly condemned the
principle of the Ne Temcre decree.
Weigh   Scales   at   Last
City weigh sdi-.les will In* purchased without furl her delay. Alderman Newton declared last night
that he was surprised lhat liny
had nol been installed long ago.
He suggested that someone could
be employed on a. percentage
basis to do lhe weighing. The
scales and installation will come
to about  1800.
ITALIANS HAVE
A KNIFE FIGHT
Whole Construction Gang Take
a Hand Dead Body of One
Man Discovered Hidden in a
Bush.
Parry So I, Oct. 17.���Several
Italians employed in a construction
camp engaged in a battle with
Boosts Canadian Cities        knives last night \\itli the result
An  offer from   the  Canadian <*iai was one killed and several
Municipal Journal of subscription  Wounded     The (had body of ore
rates  at   116  for   VI  copies  was man wa.s found today in a bush
received by the dty com til lasi where It had been thrown.
night.      The    Journal    advertises!
the cities subscribing, ard requests 1   S. Mussallem has applied to
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certain  number of subscriptions lhe Is to erect Ma store.   Referred
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Tuesday, Oct. 17
LE BRAS D OR IN LABRADOR
Now that an expedition has returned from Labrador, as announced
in yesterday's News, with a small steamer load of rich ores, there
is a possibility that Canada's Atlantic seaboard may sec development
similar in that which has started on her Pacific seaboard.
Though with a less sheltered coast than has Northern British
Columbia and with a less equable climate, Labrador is not the barren
inhospitable country that it is popularly imagined to be. Its most
southerly point touches the same latitude as Norlh Vancouver Island;
its northernmost latitude touches the Yukon boundary. Into (ts
creeks shoals of fish swarm. Indian tribes live on its coasts, and in
the north bands of Eskimo. It has timber wealth, especially pulp
timber, and a recent traveller grew most enthusiastic over its berries,
declaring that Labrador was the greatest berry country in the world.
But gold is the great lure. Now that an announcement has been
made of gold In Labrador, main- an expedition will be fitted out in
search of the yellow metal.
The surprising thing to the philologist is that the gold hunter had
not sought Labrador before, lis name, the -Anglicised form of La
Bras d'Or (the Arm of Gold), tells its own story of the days when
Canada was the field of action for the gay adventurers of France. The
title .Arm of Gold was not bestowed upon that distant country for
nothing.
English history indeed tells of how in the days of Queen Elizabeth,
when Sir Waller Raleigh was Lord of the Seas, three small ships set
sail from England for Northern Labrador and there spent a summer
and a winter. Returning with a cargo of gold ore to England, the
expedition eventually found that this ore would yield three ounces
of gold to the ton. This was not considered a sufficiently good renin*
by the London merchants who outfitted the expedition, so the little
vessels did not make a second voyage. Three ounces of gold to a
ton would probably be viewed differently today. The Treadwell mines
at Alaska are paying very comfortable profits on on* that yields
three dollars, not three ounces of gold to the ton.
.According to .Mr. E. Colpitts Robinson, F. G. S., who visited
Labrador in 1009, confessedly in search for the precious metal, the
land formation belongs to the Laurentian period, tlie northeast coast
being composed of Lauren tian gneiss, with intrusive granite and
quartz veins. Resting of this are some of tlu* lower Silurian beds.
The sands carried down by the rivers are all that is known of lhe
geological character of the interior, and these show thiit the interior
contains rocks of gneiss with micaceous quartz.
All that it needs is someone to move the Japan current from
Northern British Columbia over to Labrador, to make it a fine country
to prospect in.
PASSING    COMMENT
To be shot in the arm by a fellow hunter lie-fell a man on Vashon
Island last week. That was bad enough. But io have lhc explanation
made thai he mistook him for a grouse is adding insult to injury.
This is a new danger that the hunting season has brought.
London, Oct, 16.���Rev, Canon
Welch, DC.l.., L.L.D., vicar of
Wakefield, formerly rector of St.
James Cathedral, Toronto, and
provost of Trinity College, speaking for the Western Canadian
fund iii London, said: "It is
much more likely that we shall
annex tlu* Americans thai' tha,
they shall ever annex Canada.
The freedom, justice and absence
of corruption which obtains north
of ihe 49th parallel is already
drawing thousands northward from
tlu* United States."
A NEW PAPER MILL
New Westminster is Rejoicing
at   Another   Big   Industry
New Westminster, Oct. 16.���
Construction work on the new
paper mill on Brunette River is
about completed, and the equipment will shortly be installed.
The location of the new paper-
making plant is ideal for the
business, as the pulp bolts can be
brought in with the grcastest
facility, and the finished paper
shipped out on a spur from lhe
G. N. R.
The building itself is a commodious one. nioilellid sonu what
afler the plan of the paper mills
on Lake Michigan. The frame
work is made of sawn timbers ard
ihe sides .ire constructed of galvanized iron. Half a. dozen greet
iron banded vats necessarj to
the proeecss of making paper
have already been installed. Thc
machinery and manufacturing
equipiiici-t are being purchased in
ihe East i'ul in tin* Ui itedStates,
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The Chinese are going ahead rapidly. .Not content with the
news of ei republic being started in China, two American Ixirn Chinese
now attending Columbia University announce their intention to run
for the Presidency of the United Stales when they arc old enough.
This has got some of tlu- United States editors going. And some people
think the Chinese arc devoid of humor.
Talking of Chinese humor, a lady at Vancouver���wc will call
her Mrs. John Brown because thai isn't her name���engaged a young
Chinese servant.   The Chink was modern, and States-trained.
"What is your name?" demanded Mrs. Brown on thc first day.
"My name is Hai Tai Lee Chung" (or something like* thai) said
lhe Chinaman, in very good accent.
"Very well.   I'll call you Wong," si'id Mrs. Brown.
"What's your name. Mrs?" asked ihe new-servant.
"Oh. my name i- Mrs. John Brown," explained thc lady.
"Velly well, I'll call you oltl aunt Sally," returned the Chinamrn,
without the outward suspicion .,f a -mile.
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COAL NOTICK
Skoona Lanel District��� District ol n,���    ���.
'ako notico that thirty day     .. " "V ""'lilt,
Balntor 0t Prince Kupert.  fi . ** "��� '��� *-'- V..
be-okkoupe-r, Intend to apply i��� iu'.-JWP'tlW
missioner ot Lands tor u lie,.,... ,' ���*��� Con.
coal and potroloum on and undor iffi m '"���
land on Graham Island describe-,i *���*���>��� ul
Commonclng at a Dost 1,1,     1    'l,Ui
ol C. B, D. clal .Jo-TnI "!' -'   "I J* forih
Coal Loaao No. 15, thonco nortb ' *" ���������
woat 80 chaina, thonco ��       . '���. thenn
Ptlt 801 chains to plu ���of eo   .- - Tt' *******
DutodSopt. 11, mn.     c   1*'   l-i,
Pub. Sept. 23. UAI    ���' '*-Locato,
Skeona Land 1'lstrict���District ���t ,,������.   ���,
Take notice* that thirty d!"   I,..' T,'.'''��*����
Balntor ot I'rinco Kuiiort, 11   , '���'���'���...
bookkeeper, intond to applv to th I "'���"��
miaaionor of Lands tor l li,,.,., '   �����
coal and petroleum on and ui I . ''"'' *'������
land on Graham Island de.aenlr, l ***** "I
Commencing at a post Dial tad tu
oi c. e. n. "oai uSmTio ���I""1*
corner C. E. U. Cual Lssm No    , N   ���-
80 chaina, thonco woat 80 ���h���J/'ffi_ "��������
80 chains, thenco oaat 80 oha ,; ., *"" ,**��_*
moncomont. '   u "' C("n-
Dated Sopt 11,1911.    C. E, ltuvTi'i, i
Pub. Sopl. 23. ' ������"��� '���������
Skeona Land District���District ot 0,,..., e-i   ,
Take nolle, .thai thirty duys ,,���" ,.,"**
Balntor of Prince Kupert, 11. 0    I-������,..!,',  '**
bookkeeper, intond lo apply to tha I ,V   ',*
miaaionor ol Lands for a licenc i��� r, '?'
coal and petroleum on uml under un i��� ,
land on Graham Island deecribod us !���!',, -      ��*
Commonclng_ at a| post planted .-,.       .	
C. E. B. Coal l-easo No.  11, ,���-,;     ,J"9
���ner C. E. B. Coal Louse No i?th��,      ���*
chain,  thonco woat 80 chuins, ill,-,.,, ���,irlK
chaina, thonco out 80 chains to place Zl*
mencement ���***
Skoena Und District-District ol Quota i*harlo*t.
Tako notice that thirty duvs Iron data, c ?
Balnter ol Prlnco Kupert, ll. !.'., b) oecu__a
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tlr.*'1 hi,-! V���.
miaaionor ol Lauds for a Licence to nr,,,-,,,, ���
coal and petroleum on and uml, r i;i,i acre-3
land on Graham laland described h [oUtm-i
Commonclng at a post planteel two ml)- r._L
of C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. 12, iiuirkl'l \ w
coinor C. E. B. Cool Loase Nu. 18, i hor.ee'���ik
80 cliaina, thonco oaat 80 chnins, thenca north IS
chaina, tbence woat 80 chains lo place el com
moncoment.
Datod Sept. 11,1811. C. E. BAINTER Lo_i_
Pub. Sept. 23. ���
ot
corner
80
Skeona Land Diatrict���District ol Queen Charta,.
Tako notico that thirty days alter data I e1 B
Balnter ol Prince Kupert, 11. ('., I,-.- em'*,,!-..
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to the' Chi,l Com.
miaaioner ol Landa for a licenco to prOrawt lor
coal and petroleum em and under Olij acre, of
land on Uraham laland doscribod as loUoOK
Commencing at a poat plantod u��� mil,.. *��rtk
ol C. E. B. Coal Loaao No.  13, ii,.-,ri.r-l >.
center C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. I1', tl	
BO chaina, thonco eaat 80 chuins, thene., mtft m
chains, thonco woat 80 chains to place of coa.
moncomont
Dated Sopt 11,1811.    C. E. BAINTER, Local*
Pub. Sept 23.
Skoona Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Qu,-on Charlotu
Take notice that thirty dava from dute. 1, c. E.
Balntor of Prineo Kupert, II. Ca* by occupiuoj
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Clm-f Coa-
miaaioner of Landa lor a liconco to pm-pM In
coal and petroleum on and unel.-r lilo -.<-[,-.,.; i_*
on Graham laland doacribed aa follou.
Commencing at a poat planted tv... nn.',-. r.or.l
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 11, nirW t f,
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 20, the-.ea* conk
80 chaina, thenee woat 80 chains, tl.-- r. -,,,
chaina, thenco oaat 80 chaina to ptaci ��'. coa-
moncoment
DatedSept 11, 1811.    C. E. BAINTKII. Lock*
I'ub. Sopt 23.
Skoona Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Qu.vn Charlotte
Tako nolico that thirty daya after date I. C. t
Balnter ot Prince Kupert, II. C, by occupalai
Iwokkeeper, intond to apply lo the C__ Coa*
miaaionor ol Landa lor a licence to |T,.jsn I*
ooal and petroleum oo and um'.r t.'.u acre of
land on Graham laland daacribed a. loBo*K
Commencing at a poat plantod t����� i,, i.-. tent
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 15, rairk-al S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 21. ihn.ev r.orta
80 chaina, thonce weat 80 chains, tlMSN soulb M
chains, Ihence eaat 80 cbaina lo place of tea-
mencement
Daiod Sept. 11,1811.     C. E. BAINTKIt, Ual*
Skeona Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Uu.a-i ci.ar.���*i<
Take notice lhal thirty dava frum ,!.:>. lit
Bainter of Prince Kupert B. C, by .H-c.paiua
l-ookkeepcr, Intond lo apply to the (i.,.-l lea*
misaioner ol Lantla for a llconce te
coal and petroleum on and under blu acrea 4
oland on Graham Island described si -
Commencing at a poat planted two ni.:.*�� r-orti
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. IC, muk-al X. E.
corner 0. E. B. Coal Leaao Nu. It, Uaad iswtt
80 chaina, thence woat 80 chains, lams aetxttt
chaina, tbence eaat 60 chaina to plac* uf ��e>
m��,nc��.ment
Daled Sept. 12. 1811.     C. E. BAINTEH. Local*
Skaena Land Diatrict���District ot Qas
Take notica thai thirty daya Irom data, LC.E
Bainter ol Prince Kupert B C , by amgam
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Ct.sl loa*
miaaioner of Lantla lor a licence to magm la
coal and petroleum on and under NO tstn 4
Und on Graham laland ���deacribed as (
Commencing at a poet planted two r. ,-. K.nl
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No IT, mar,- V i~
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 2.1 there k-*��
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chains, thine r.��u
80 cbaina, thonce eaat 80 chaina lo |,Uc el tez-
mencement
DatedSept 12. 1911.     C. E. BAINTLH. LettM
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena land Diatrict���Diatrict ot g,i,
Take nolle- that thirty daya from ,!.*-. I.' *���
Bainter ol Prince Kupert, B. C, b)
bookkeeper, intend to apply to Ihe Chttt *.***
miaaioner of Landa lor a licence to praps* **.
coal snd petroleum on and under Mil acna 4
land on Graham laalnd deacrilied as foil..*.
Commendnf at a poat planled two n.,1.* t��rj
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaaa No. 18, Burl
comer C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. 21, tt.,- * - ���'-'
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina, the* o ������il
80 chslna, thence waat 80 chaina lo plac.. -������ <*��������
mencement.
Dated Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. BAINTKK. Ixat*
Pub. Sept 23. /
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of (Jin-    ���   -* '���'���
Take notico that thirty days from da        v  '
Broderick of Prince Kupert B- C, I:
bank manager, Intend to apply tu ti- <
miaaioner of Landa tor a licence l.i i ��� ;
coa] and petrolenim on and under I -
land on Graham laland de*wnl,��al a. 1
(-ommenclng at a pool plente-al t�� <
ol C. E. B. Coal  Leaae No.  17, na*
corner A. T. B. Coal Loaae No. I&,
80 ehalna, Ihence ea��l 80 chaina, Ihenc
ehalna, Ihence weat 80 chaina to plac* <! ��*�����
mencement
A. T. BRODEKICK. I
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. BainL.*. Al��l
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena land District���Dislrict of l*u.-
Tako nolice lhal thirty daya from dat.. '   >  '���
Broderick ol Prince Kupert, B. I'., b]
bank manager. Intend to apply IO lbs I        '   ,'\
miaaioner ol Lands for a licence tu M
coal and  petroleum on and under '
land on Graham laland deacrilH*.! as nu
Commencing at a poet plnatcd two inm -    * ���
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 20, msrl-.-i -��� >������
corner A. T. B. Coal Leeaae No. U, lhe
80 chains, thence weet 80 chains, thene,
80 chains, thence eaat 80 chaina lo pla- ���. t -���
mencement
A. T. BRODEKICK. U��
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnl-r.  V I
Pub. Sept. 23.
iSkeena Land Diatrict���Dlatrirt of qu�� * I
I Take notice that thirty days from els*
Broderick ol Prince Rupert B. C, I" ���
bank manager, Inlend to apply to the < I
misaioner of Lanela lor a licence te, pr
ooal and petroleum on and under M0 sm ���
land on Graham laland de-escribed as l���ll�����
Commencing at a poet planteel Iwo mek- ��� *,.
ot C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, marl, I '���
corner ol A. T. B. Coal Leaae No. 17,
weat 80 chaina, Ihence north 80 chain... * ��
east 80 chaina, thence aouth B0 chains t.- I ���"
ot commencement ,. . .
A. T. BRODEIUI K. .
Dated Sent. 12,1811. C. E. Bainl-r,  l.-'<-
Pub. Sept 23.
aaeene ljind District���District ol Queen Ci'*' ','
Tako notice that thirty davs Irom dat., 1.1
Balnter ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by ���" ���_
bewkkepper, Intend to apply to the I I ,-
miaaioner ol Landa lor a licence lo I't"
coal and petroleum on and under 1*1"
land on Graham island described aa Inline.-
Commenrlng at a po-st planled at lh<-  <
eorner nl Coal Lease No. 4168 marked I
Cool Leaaa No. 28, thence north SO chsir��.
weat 80 chaina, thenee aoulh 80 chain", t'-'    *,
past 80 chaina lo point ol commencemel,, -
all Inreahore Tlahn Pedal. _   ���,,.,, i.
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. HUM"*
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeena Land Di.trlrt���District of Que****, I
Taks notu-e thai thirty dava from Hale. I.'
Ilainler of I'rince Kupert, ft. C, by oeeupi
Imrrl-k.-eper, Intend to spply lo the Chiel t
missioner ol Lsn-'s lor s licence to pre., n
coal and petroleum on and under HI" *'**
land nn C-raham Island descrll*ed as I
��� Commencing al a peart planled t����� "'��'"
Tlalm nnrthae I .oiner Coal I^ase 4lnl- "r
Q, E II. Coal la-aae No. 21, tLrnc south *
'hence west 80 chains, thence norlh I-11 ***
the nee east W chains t-i point ot rrmmenceo-
containing 610 acrea more or leas.
Dated Sept. 12. |9H, C. E. BAIH I
Pub. Oct 7.
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V. P. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Broken
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
n
TEMS   OF
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous  Prircess
Line
Princess Royal
Friday, October 20th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab ��� General Af ant
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Monday* and Friday*, 8 a.m.
aa. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas Kit.*r. antl Stewart, Wcd-
-.i -,l;i*.���-. 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Nadrn Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
l-'eir Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Miturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper Rieer
Mis .1 trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
Ii.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sunday ra at 4  p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates ��� frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over it*
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGSNT
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgereon Block
Every Tuesday Evening
AH members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sliwnu Land Dlatrict-Dlatrict of Cout Ranjjtj 6
Take notico that Percy M. Miller of Prince Hupert, HC, occupation Civil Engineer, Intenda to
apply for permiaaion to purchaao the following
deacribed landi:
Commencing at a pott plantod on the left bank
of McNoll River at north weit corner of lot 44011
It.V.. thence eait 20 chaini moro or leu to weaterly boundary of timber limit 646 (old number
40616) thence northerly following aaltl weiterlv
boundary of timber limit 6U chaina mure or ten
lo north weat corner of aald timber limit, thence
westerly 20 chaini more or leaa to left bank of
M.Ni-ti Klver, thence aoutherly following aald
left bank of McNeil River 00 chaini more or leaa
to point of commencement, containing 100 acrei
more or loaa.
PERCY M. MILLER.
E. Flexman. Agent
Date June 19.1911
Pub. July 1'.'. 1911
Skaana Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Caaalar
Taka noUoa that K   11   Stewart o( Vancouver,
11.  C, occupation  truckman,   Intend* to apply
for permUalon lo purcbaae the following deaenbed
Commencini at a poat ptanted 40 chaina aouth
of I'ri'-rimi.ioti No. 397 and 62 chaini eaat from
the Naaa Hlver (S. W. Q, thence 40 chaini aaat,
thenco 40 chaina north, thence 40 chaina waat,
thence 40 chaina aouth to tho point of commencement to contain 100 acrea moro or leaa.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug. 1911. Jamea T. Fuller..m, Aganl
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice that Harold K. Smith of Mor. ly.
Aha, occupation atation agent, intendi to apply
for permUalon to purchaie the following deacrlbod
landa:
Commencing at a poit planted at tha aouthweat corner 100 chaini eait and 20 chaini north
from N. E. vomer of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat DUtrict Range 6, thenoa 40 chaini eait,
thrnce 80 chaini north, thenca 40 chaina woat,
thence HO chaina aoulh to poet of commencement
conulnlng 320 men**, more or leaa.
DatedSept. IS, 1911. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fn-,1 W. Uohler, Agen
Skeena Land Dlitrict-Dlitrict or Caaalar
Take notice that I, Thomu Carter, of Prince
Rupart, occupaUon carpenter. Intend to apply
for permlulon to purchaae the following described land.
Commencing at a trait planted about one mile
aouth from the mouth of Falli creek and about
160 feet back from the beach, thence 80 chain*
north, thence 40 chaini weet. thence SO chaini
aouth, thenca eut 40 chaina to point of commencement, containing 3Ju acm more or leaa.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July Tth. 1911.    Charlea Webeter Calhoun
Pub. Aug. Mh. Agent.
_ Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coart IUnge 6
Take  notice  that  I,  Thomu   McClymont  of
Princ   Rupert,   D.   C,   occupation   nal  oitale
broker. Intend to apply for penntseiQn to purcbr""
the following daacribed landa:
Commaaclng at a peot planted at tha S. W.
cornur of pre-emption record 412, thence eut HO
chaina, tbence aouth 40 chain*, tbence we*t DO
chaini to ahor* of lake, tbence following ihore
of lake In a northerly direction to point of commencement: containing 320 acrea, more or .**_-,
Dited Sept. 6. 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. SapU V. Erenait Cole, Agenl
Skeena Und DUtricl���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Tako notice that E. II. U. Miller o( Falmouth
Eng., occupation aurveyor, inland* lo apply to
permission  to  purcbaae tne  following da    "
be.)
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Svc.
TO RENT
Office on Second Avenue
3-roomed Cabin, close in
4-roomed House, Hays Cove Avenue
7-roomed   House,   Sixth
Ave., near McBride
B-roomed House, overloo'/.ing harbor
Furnished :. -roomi*] Cottage, J45 month
lanel..
Commandni al a |K��rt planusl al lho N. V*.. Cor-
nee ol LM 4��0ii, lh.no. memx HO thlana, lhanc. aouth
20 chaina, thanca ***X 80 chaina, lhanc. north 20
chaina lo Ui. point ol eommenMm.nl conlalninj
160 acm mora or lass. _       .,,,,..���
li.iM Au��uat 16. 1811. E. II. p. MIM.MI
Pub. Aug. 20. P. M- Mill". Af.nl
Skena Land DWlrtct.--Dlatr.et ol Coaat Ran-*-. V
Tata notlc lhat I,  Vetrn Laraan ol Townaf.
Ninth Dakota, U. S. A, larme*. InUmd to apply
lor pmWein lo purchaa. lh. lollowln-*; deacritwd
Commandos al a po* planus! al th. aoulh-
-sast corner ol Lot IT2��. thenc. aoulh 80 chains,
thane, wmi 40 chaina, Ib-snoe north 80 chain.,
ibenw -aaal to chaina lo point otamamaaaammu
!,.,��,! Jutv. 1& 1911. PETr.lt I.AIISI.N
RR-rK 1811- Fr-KlE.Cow.U.AlCTt
SkeHoa Und Dialrlcl���Dlalrlct ol Coaat Rani. S
Tak. note thai Union! S.-.U 11.11 ol Princ
Kup-vt U. C, oocupallon locomotl.-o eHilinevr,
Inteanel. lo apply Ioc p-Kmleelon lo purchaa. lb.
lo!l->��inc ,le��crlbH laoela:
*omm.ndn�� .1 . P��t .f *"**���'*"*. 'ft "��?���
bank ol th. /JmotoUU IU��" about thrw I-l)
mlln di.tant (up.lre.rn) In a ewatwly direcUon
So" lh. "nctl." nl lh. Uttll ZlmosoUU RI.JJ
and lh. main Wmo,otiu Hiver. Ihenc north 10
, ".ins. B ****** *0 *S*S ****** *��j"**?
chains  that.c oast  40  chaina to  post ol  com-
EuI^-WlTOm
HEwl OK.R-Putn-un.At.nl
Caaslar   Uad   Dbtrlcl-lJIetT.--*  ol  Sken.
Vlk. notlc that I. Umuel treat ol Vancouvar,
occupation broker, InUnd to ,���ly lor parmhalon
lo pirrhaa. lh. lollo��ln�� dnmbedr land.
tSommeneini .1 a port ******.** *****
iSFE. nt '^r&w'^kz
u   .-._,_ 70  rhaina wost, th.nc 20 chaina
SB Sml!*T**m* Vm ***?**��
JSlni ol con.rn.ncm.nt, conulninl 40 aa.. ..��������
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ava. Princa Roprrt, B.C.
SAVOY HOTEL
Fraa�� and Fifth St.
Th. only hot.! In town
with hot anil cold water In rnerms. Heat furnished house nnrth "I
Vancouver. RoomsJOS
up. Phon. If. P.O.
lloa 128.       I        1       '
Prudhomme tt Fither
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT Al).
WAY OF FINDING
Ul    liars. ._.,
Dat-1 Jun. 10, 1911
Pub. July >*���
LEMUEL FREER
J. M. Colliaon. Aa*-it
isnela:  ^ nlanted about 60 chain,
SCmxtftt Warnerol IM 4106. Ih.nee
2 fSsflflnb *****
mora or leaa. a F  MILLER
l).t.d Au-rurt 19 1911. g Millar. A��ent
rub. Aug. 26.
-����Hb��o��Mffi
lands: .��        _,.   ni_nted  at the  N.  E.
au-_PJSLBfJSS ***** m*
CM"lolM.   ik.,T��iilli 20 chains, tbenc
S $ sBVgB Tr**���*con'
t.lnlnf 40 sew mora or lee .   M1UXR
l)al-l Aurust 16, 1911.       ***** M M|||     A,_,t
Pub. Au��. 26. r- ���
Sken. land *-*!***)**_%*& *\*%*tt fFfU
T.k. nolle th.t BSf��e�� ******* |������nd. to
�� fi___ast sasnu iniiowin,
ol th. ���^S-RT-^SSS norlhe,!)*, lollowinf
wdctn-olI-fltlTOJ.'hence" chalr>
,h.  w-wterly MMJSjjTM ner ol Mid I^<
SJTCSSariaBS�� ���
more or les- ,_   ,Q11
Ucsted Aurist 19, 1**!I,:.,,I,KRTJ.MACKIE
isnSv "SUSBis-* Af-t
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Christy Matthewson is ;���. rich
man. He has been drr.wing a
sp.h'.ry of about ��10,000 a year for
several years and has made Bome
paying investments. "Big Six"
intimates that he will quit the
game this year if the C.ii'.nts win
the world's Bcries,
N  M  M
President Taft officiated at the
presentation of an automobile to
Manager Jack Hendficks of the
Denver baseball team. Denver
is the winner of the 1911 pennant
in the Western League. The
victory of his team aroused greal
enthusiasm throughout Colorado.
A public subscription was started
to buy a Chalmers "30" touring
car for Manager Hendricks.
M  H  H
There may be more than, one
change in. Eastern League ownership liefore next season. A syndicate of Provider.ce men went
to buy the franchise in that city.
It is now owned in Boston. Hugh
Duffy is heavily interested in the
club and may lie the next manager.
He is not particularly strong in
Chicago. Jersey City may also
be sold and Jack Ryan supplanted
as manager.
��� K   ���
Ty Cobb played his last game of
the season at Cleveland, 0., on
October 4th, having been excused
from thc* St. Louis trip by Manager Jennings. Cobb )ias captured
the American league records for
base stealing and run getting
having 85 stolen bases and 149
runs to his credit this season. He
leads the league in bailing with
.417 snd his 247 hits ihis season
beats the major league record
held since 1807 by Willie Keeler
with 243 hits.
��� MM
John Pohlabs, lhe German, and
Raymond Cazeaux, the French
grappler, gave one of the wildest
exhibitions of free-fight it'g that has
ever been pulled off at Solimer
Park under the name of Graeco
Roman wrestling, when they came
together on the mat the other
night at Montreal. Pohlabs was
the man who bulled into the ring
last Wednesday and sought to
wrestle Cazeaux, although the latter was busy trying to throw
Shad Link. He was evidently
still keen for the Frenchman's
scalp, and from the start the match
was lively.
��� MM
Graeco-Roman tactics were soon
discarded despite the pleadings
of Referee Birks, and the men
went at each other alt styles.
About -fifteen minutes after the
start Cazeaux pulled oflf some
particularly vicious scragging and
Pohlabs rushed to the comer,
seised his chair and swung at his
opponent with it. The Frenchman dodged and snatched the
chair, hurling it at thc German,
who likewise evaded it.
K K M
Thc chair left lhe ring and
landed amidst the audience, and
the men went to it with fists.
Referee Birks and some spectators
finally separated them, and thc
game Went on. Thc tactics were
scarcely less rough, and at thc
end   of   20   minutes   the   referee
awarded each man a fall for fouling
and Wanted to close the match.
The crowd would not hear of it,
and after ten. minutes thc men
recommenced viciously. Finally
Cazeaux got the German where
he wanted him and smashed his
head down with such force thai
he was temporarily stunned. Cazeaux then put Pohlab's shoulders
to thc mat and was awarded the
win ring fall.
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This is a little section ol the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to womun. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to tako 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.
FORWARD MOVEMENT
Moslem Women Seek Emancipation Now
Now it is thc Moslem women
of Egypt who are taking part in
thc women's movement, having
asked of the Moslem Congress the
right to attend prayers and sermons in the mosques, a privilege
already granted to the women of
Constantinople. They also ask
that the primary education ol
young women be made obligatory;
that young girls be admitted to
schools of medicine; that means
be used to prevent polygamy and
the abuse of divorce, and to teach
Mohammedan girls sewing, housekeeping, and hygiene.
FASHIONS IN FURS
Coming Styles for the Cold
Weather in Glossy Garments
for Lovely Woman.
Ermine is to be a most fashionable fur this winter, and it is
a very lovely though perishable
fur, therefore, it behoves madame
to have morc than, one set of
furs, so that the ermine can be
used only when en grande tenue.
A soft black satin, thc long-
skirted coat of which had a deep
peiierine of ermine draped in the
soft folds now so fashionable,
was most effective. Skunk and
bear will be much worn, fashioned
into straight stoles and big pillow-
shaped muffs. Hats are made
of cream plush which has almost
thc effect of fur, and trimmed
very simply with but a couple
of large velvet bows in the shade
of the gown.
Fur hats will be worn later on,
though in our warm Canadian
houses they are uncomfortable
often at a reception or calling, but
gill of milk. When it thickens
d the other ingredients and mix
well. Take the pan from the fire,
stir in a beaten egg and a teaspoonful of lemon juice and mix all
thoroughly. Turn out, and when
cold form into cutlets; brush
them over wiih beaten egg, cover
with bread numbs, and fry in a
very hoi fat. Serve with bread
sauce or tomato sauce,
COAL NOTICE
Skeona Lain! DUtrlot���District ul Quash* Charlotte
l.liiinls
Take notioa lliut Auaiiu M. Brown ot I'rlnce
Hupurt, suililler, intone!, la upply tu tin, Chiuf
Cuiiinilssiiiiie-r e,l l.iinels ue���l Works (<>r * Ik-unee
to prosiiei-t (ur cuul, ���il ind petroleum un uml
under tlio lolluwliii* eli-.i-ril,i,el lands on tlio Wost
Coast ur tirulium Isiund:
Coninii'lie'iiio at u post planted two mlle-a i*ust
ol tlio norllu-ir-rl corner ul t*. L No. -1178 thence
south 80 chuins, lle-nco wist bO chuins, tlience
north SO chnins, tl.once oust hO clmlns to puitil ol
commencement.
AUSTIN  M. UKOWN   Locutur
Loculed Hist July, I'Jll.
Pub. Aug. It,
Skeena Land District���District ol Quuor. Charlott
Islumls
Take nut'.eu that Austin M.  Urown ut  Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to upply tu I
the chiel ConuntwOBsr ol Lsnds anel Works lur
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiuo anil Third street
(Ivor Weatenhaver liros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA11.EY
Architects,
Stork Building. Becond Avtnut.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  A1ID1IOKS
Law-Butler Building      Phono No. 280
Princ-. Runert P.O. Box 351
licence to preispoct (or coul, oil anel pi-lroloMtii
on ami uml.-r lhe lollowlni.' described lunds on tlie '
Weat Coust ol llruliam Island: :  ., ..���..���  rJ.,li;<
H, t;,niiiiii! ut u post plantod Hero, mllea east o     -M.r lir.i* i,M*��,
the nortliuust corner ol C. L. No. 4-171 thunco 80 j     of llrltlsli Columbia
cliaina east,  thence ho  chains south    thenco 80 I     and Manitoba liars,
chains west, thence 80 cnains nurth tu point ot
commencement,
AL'STIN M. HROWN, Locato
Located Auituat 1st, 1011.
Pub. A iit. 17.
ARTIST IN HATS
Woeful  Lot  of World  Famed
Man-milliner.  Society Idol
It is said on authority that
Herman P. Tappe, referred to
us America's "one artist milliner,"
has gone into voluntary bankruptcy, the result of his too
trusting nature. Chivalry and
millinery evidently are not Incompatible for so the story goes,
rather than, dun the fashionable
who patronized him, but neglected
to pay his bills, he has allowed
his brilliant career to end in the
bankruptcy court.
It is said thai in lhe list are
numbered such society and theatrical lights as Mrs. Waldorf Astor,
Mrs. Oliver Iselin, Mrs. Charles
Dana Gibson and others; among
actresses Mrs. Patrick Campbell,
Mrs. Leslie Carter, Billie Burke
and Elsie De Wolf. Thc list is
much longer, but this will do.
Assuming lhe statement that his
bankruptcj is owing to what those
fashionable and assumedly really
wealthy women owed him, it is
a pretty though noi unusual commentary on the moral attitude of
his debtors. It appears by the
newspaper report ihat Mr. Tappe
is thc son of an Ohio college professor, and studied for the priesthood in a Catholic college in
Cincinnati, but his interest in
millinery  was  so  great   thai   he
BIG SHIPMENT OF-
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JUST   ARRIVED
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Skoena Lund District���Diatrict of Quoun Charlotte
Ulnmis
Ttke notice that Austin M. Urown of  Prince
Ku|i.-ii,  -..lUiiri. Intendi to applv to the Chk'f
I'otiiiiii   ;.-!.. r uf  I.hihI.h antl Works fur a llconce
V. BBNNBTT, H.A.
nf HC. Ontario, Saa-
kalchewun and Al-
iM'rtn Hurs.
CARSS & BENNETT
Bakristkus, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Kxchanirt' block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Hrinco Ituui-rt. 8
U. 0. s.
WM, S. HALL. L. D. S.t
Dentist.
Crown and Hrid^t' Work a Specialty.
to proHpL-ct fur coul, oil and petroloum un and undor
tin- fulluwinu described lutidu on ilm Weet Coaat
of Cruham Island: |     All dental opemtlnna skilfully treated.   Gaa and
Commencing at a post piunted three mllee eut , local annstheties administered f'-r the putnlens e��-
of the northeast corner of 0, L. Nu. AWJ thence . traction of teeth.       Consultation free.     Officea:
e.i-'t .-ii chains, thence aouth -���> chaina, thence
went hU chuina, thence north 60 chuina to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. HKOWN, Locator
Located August 1st. 1911.
Pub. Auk- ll).
Skeenu Lund Diatrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Auatin  M.  Hrown of Trlnce
Rupert,   occupation   aaddler,   Intenda   to   apply
to tha Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Worka ,
for a licence to tirospoct tor coal, oil and petroloum ;
on and under tho lollowinit deacrlbod landa on tbe > P. O. BOX ��>
Wnt Coast of Ur&bam Island:
Commencing at a post plantod two miles east
ut tho southoaat corner of Q, L. No. 4477 thence
N chains north, thence 80 chaina eut, thencu bO
cbaina auuth, thence oU chaina wost to puint of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BBOWN. Locator
Located 31st July, 1UU.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUlrict -Dislrict ot Queen Charlotta
Islands
Tako notice tbat Austin M. Hruwn of Prince
Kupert. occupation uddler, Intends to apply to
tbo Chief Commiitaioncr of Lands and Wuru for
a licence to prospect for coai, oU and petroleum on
and under the following deecribed (anda un Ihu
Weat Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles eut
of the aoulbout corner of C, I No. 4476 tbence
north 80 chaina, thence eut 80 chaina, thence aouth
80 chains, ibence weat 80 chaina to point oi commencement.
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, Locator
located August 1st, 1911.
I^b. Aug. 19.
Ilelneraon Block. Pnnee Hunert.
11-12
Alex.M.Manson ha..     W.E.Willinms.H.A.. L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Harris-UTS, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Phnco Rupert, B.C
PU1NCE HUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OK SINGING
pupil or WM. FOXON. i  ... a.ii.a.m., i on., knq
GEORGE LEEK
MKRCANTILB    ACKNCY
COLLECTIONS AND ItKl'OKTS
Thirti Avenue also Wuter Street,
PMNCB Kill'ERT
Now ia the time to attend to your Footwonta
OUR STOCK IS LARGE    -    OUR PRICES LOW
"Miss Canada" Shoes For the Ladies
Unsurpassed for style, fit and durability.    Give us a call���wc make no
charge   for   showing  goods,   and   you   arc  sure  of  a  square  deal.
JABOUR  BROS.
825 Third Avenue        "THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Phone 243 Black
Hiti Nail on Head
It will be found almost im-
ixis-ililc to drive thin steel nails
into hard wood, for the moment
you hit them hard enough to
puncture the wood they bend over
on themselves. Many people employ the' use of a small gimlet
to bore the hole destined to hold
thc nail, and few people know
thai if yellow soap is rubbed on
the nail it can be driven in
hardest wood with ease.
the
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
no one can deny their becoming-
ncss. Lancer plumes and big
motifs of handsome passementerie
ire suitable additions to these hats.
The large black velvet is always
charming in its soft outline next
to hair and face; the brim lined
with white or thc shade of the
dress is a charming finish to a
pretty costume.
Mole-color faced with pale blue;
chestnut brown with cerise; grey
with richest red; dark blue and
pale green, black and white, arc
all delightful combinations.
Mock Chicken Cutlets
This is one of thc vegetarian
recipes which most people seem
to like so well.
Grate, by passing through fine
meat chopper one-quarter pound
of shelled walnuts or Brazil nuts,
and add to them two teacupfuls
of bread crumbs, one-half ounce
of butter, a teaspoonful of onion
juice, a lit tie ground mace and
a seasoning of salt and pepper;
a little celery salt may also be
added.
Melt one-half ounce of butter
in a stew-pan, mix in a teaspoonful
of Hour and add by degrees one
relinquished his former Intentions
toward the church and was sen
to Paris as buyer for a Nov York
millinery firm and later became
the rage as the creator of new
models.
It is also si'.id that he was at one
time so much the vogue that he
was Invited for a couple of months
by Lady Paget to her house in
Belgrave Square, and Lady Paget
is said to have declared that she
recognized   in   Tappe   the   arlisl
who transformed a trade into a
profession. Poor Tappe, he semis
to have accepted such compliments in lieu of cash. He is reported to have sighed: "If all
my customers would pay their
bills I should have been able to
keep my business going. Al.-.s,
I am an artist���not a business
man!"
Skena Land Diatrict���Dialrlcl ot guc-an Charlotte
lalanila
Tako nollco lhat Auatin M. Hrown ot I'rinco
Huport, aaeldlor by occupation, inlenda to apply j
to tho Chiol t '������iiiiias���������T ot Landa and Wurka;
(or a licence to prospect lor coal, oil and potroloum
on and under tno following doacribed Unda on lh.
Weal Coaal ot Craham laland:
Commencing al a post plantod three milea eaal
ol lhe northeaat corneu* of C. 1- N'o. 4471 thencu,
aouth SU chaina, llu-nc- wc.1 80 chains, ihenct
north .**,' chaina, tlu-nc- oaat SO chaina lo poinl
ot commencement
AUSTIN   M.   UKOWN,   Locator
Located Augual 1st, I'Jll.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Dlatrlcl���District of queen Charlott.
lalamla
Tako notice lhat AuaUn M. Urown ol I'rince
lluperl, occupallon aaddler, Inlenda lo apply
lo lho Chiel Commiaaioner ol Landa and Works
tor ., licence lo prospect (or coal, oil ..,.-1 petroleum
on and under tne (ollowing duaenbed landa on the
Weal Coaal ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a poal planled three miloa cast
ol lh. northern corr.err ot C. L. No. 4471. Ibence
SO chaina east, Ihence 80 chaina aoulh, Ihenco 80
cbaina woat, Ihence 80 chaitia norlh to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN M   UKOWN. Locator
Locate.) Augual l.t. lull.
I'ub. Aug. 111.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol QuMn Charlotte
laland.
Tako noticu lhat Austin  M. Urown ol I'rlnce
Kupert, aaddler,  Intenda lo apply  to lho Chlet
Commiasionar ol Landa and Worka lor a licenco
lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under i
tho following deacribed landa on lhe Weal Coaal of,
Graham laland:
Commencing at a post planted three mil,-, from
the aeiulh.-aai cornor of C. I.. No. 4472 Ihenco SO ,
chaina weal, ihenc. 80 chaina nortb,  thane. 80
chaina eaat, thenco 80 chaina aoulh to point ol I
ClllllllliC, IliCllt.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st 1011.
I'ub. Aug. r...
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADOLERY MANITACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Hotel Central .?, 7Frki
vt.
��nJ 7th Str-��t
Kumtxwn and American plan, sl-pam
1  ���  .Ht-.i.   1:     -I.  T II   .-.,||\i-|,ii'll'i�� *liAl*  -
$1.00 to fc��.i�� i>cr day.       :       :
Pittr Black
Proprietor
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamtittingand
Sheet Metal Work
OIHce: Unl Av��.
I'hone 174
Workshop:
Snd Ave. bet Til, and Hth Sla.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginnors and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Pram Wllcxok. Parii and Berlin.
For a good plain ieed CAke(
ml) 4 ounces of clean dripping
into 3-4 of ii pound of flour.    Add
1-2 oz. caraway smls, 4 oz.
���ugar, and one egg beaten in 3-4
cup of milk. Beat iill together
very thoroughly( place In greased
tin, and bake for an hour in a
steady oven,
Bella Coola Und DUtrict    District of Coast Ilangc
a
Take notico that 11. M. CUfT of Dundalk. Ire*
land, occupation goni.uman, intenda to apply
tot permiaalon to leaaa the following doacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the ahore
of Kcclecta-connay Hivrr alwut 10 chaina ���******��*,
of Indian Keerrve Line .thinre weat 60 chaint;
following the channel of Neclectaeonnay Kiver.
thence south *"��� chaini more or I. -- to channel
of Bvlla Coola Itlvar, thenre following channrl
of Bella Coola Itiver eastrrly '" chains, north
���"��� chains more or leaa to point of commencement;
Containing 4MJ urn**, moro ur leas.
Dat��l AugiM-aiM, 1911. II.   M.  (llll
Pub. Sept. DO. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Und DUtrlct    District of Cout Itange
3
Tako nntfc<> that If. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ira-
land, occupation gentleman, intenda to apply
Inr permission to lease the following dweribed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. w
corner ot Lot -'���-. thence aouth 10 chains mor*
or less to northi-rn iHtundary of letaa No. 1 applied
for ny II. M Clilf. thence following aaid boundary
oaat -ii chains, UMM north 40 chaina. thencp
west 20 chains to point of commencement: con-
taininn bo acrea. more or Iwa.
Dated Auguat 2H-, I'Jll. II.   M. CLIFF
Pub. Sept. ;10. William McNair, Agant
Bella Coola Land District -Dlalrlct of Coast Range j
3
Take n.tico that IL M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ire-
In'. i.   occupation   gentleman,   Intenda   to   apply J
fur   iK-rnitasion   to   leaae   the   following   dearril*ed I
lands:
Commencing at a poat plante-d al the S. 1.
corner of I."' 251, thenca aouth 40 chains more
or lew to northern boundary nf Loaw Nu. I
applied for by II. M. Cliff, thence eaat 20 chains
along said boundary, thenre north 40 chains,
thenre m i 20 ehnina to point of comniencemenl,
conlaining 80 acre*, mare or loss.
Dated August 28, I'Jll. II.   U,   CLIFF,
Pub. S.-pl. 30. William McNair, Agenl,
Bella Coola Und District -DUtrlct of Coast Itange ,
Take notice that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Im-]
land, occupation gentleman, intends to apply for
permission to lease tho following described lands:
Commencing  at  a  |��nst  planted   at   ibe shore I
near the N. K corner of Lot No  it, tbence north IJ
40 chains, thenee weat 80 chains morn or leas to '���
eaat boundary of cannery HI thenre following
the aaid east boundary aouth 40 rhalns more or
leaa  to  shore   line,   thence  following   said  ah-^fv j
line easterly 80 chains more or u ��� ���  to point of |
commencement;    containing 320 acrep,  moro or
Dated August 11. 1911. IL   M.   CLIFF   I
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent   ���
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
,      E.
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitflumkalum Lan1 For Sa!.-
KITSUMKALUM - H   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The I'rlne. K.ipert [.-.!*,���. No. Jl��. Sona of
Entrland. meets the ti, -t and thlnl Tue-sKlava In
.aeh nuinth In the Sons of Knit-land Hall, um Jnd
Av*. al 8 p.m.
F. V. CI.AKK. See..
I'. O. Hox 111 I'rinee ItuDert
ERNK3T A. WOODS. President. Hex 23
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.I..C.M.
Teacher <if Piano, Vieilin anil
Vole.- Culture.
2nel Ave, ���'.       ���
Hctwecn Tth & Hth SU.    ' rm,v Ru-'t,rl
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
OPEN DAV AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. KMHALMEKS
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. neur r.th St. Phone No. M
Bella Coola Land District -DUtrlct of Cotsl Range,
I
Take notice that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ire-
land, occupation gentleman, int en-la lo apply
for permlsaion to lease tho following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. E.
corner of |��i R, (hence north U chains, thenroj
went 40 chains, thence south .'���> rhaina more or)
Inn lo ahore line, fhenro following the ihore line'
aast 40 chaku more or le*i to point of commence i
ment; containing 80 rarea, more or h-as. I'hot.p ITH
Dated Augual 31. IHU. II.  M. CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
1st Ave. antl 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Utiles NEWS Agency
Bella Coola Und District -DUtrlct of Coaat Hange
3
Take notice that IL M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intenda tn apply
[Of permiasion to least; the fullowing described
lands-.
Commencing al a post plnnled  it  the N. W.
corner of Lot No. 4, thence north 10 chains, thenee,, ., , _
cast 40 chaina, thot.ee aouth 40 chaina more or   MagBZinPR '.*. Periodicals ;*. NeWHp&ppri
leas   to  ahore  line,   thence   following   ahore  Una I
weaterly 40 chains more or less to point nt com-    _._ . -,,, ��,��,�� . nnnn ������������.������m
mencement;   containing 80 acr���. more or leas        CIGARS    ::   TOBACCOS   ::    FRUITS
Dated August 14,1911. H.  M. CLIFF ��� - ���    n.���.nt.
Pub. Sept. 80. WlUlam McNair, Agant G.T.P, WHARF THE DAILY NEWS
WHO DOES CITY
PURCHASING
(Continued from page one)
and Alderman Kerr endeavored
to emphasise the claim ni.ule that
the purchasing agent really did
the purchasing.
"The purchasing an*-'"1* admits
that he does not tin the purchasing," Baid Alderman Newton. "If
so what is the use of coming here
and saying that I am Impelled
by higher ambitions when I am
only trying u> find out what I
have ;ill along tried to find out,
that is, who is making the purchases, and who are to be held
responsible for them."
Acting Mayor Hilditch: "Oh
well, the City Engineer really
0. K.'s most everything. If his
O. K, is nn use what is?"
Aldennan Newion: "What is
the use of the purchasing agent?"
Alderman Hilditch.' "Only to
cheek prices as far as I can see."
Alderman Newton: "Then who
should be held responsible?"
Some desultory discussion followed during which Altlernian Newton declared himself done with
the thing, and sat silent. Then the
talk led to Acting Mayor Hilditch
saying:
"I myself told the purchasing
agent to make no more purchases
until I 1 i.ul seen the requisition."
Instantly Alderman Newton
woke up. "Then why don't you
get rid of the office of purchasing
agent altogether?" he demanded.
He asked why the attempt made
months ago to have the city
purchases systcinatiscd through a
duly authorised purchasing agent,
had been neglected.
Acting Mayor Hilditch said
there was one thing he saw in
favor of the system in vogue at
present, and that was iis great
freedom from red tape. He said
they had never yet had cause to
question a single order made, and
thc discussion there was allowed
to drop.
"COLLEGE CHUMS"
Something About the Play at
the Theatre Tonight
PHONE AND FOOD ITEM
Linemen on Woodworth Phone
Construction Must Pay board
at Shawatlans Camp.
In constructing the phone line
to Woodworth Lake a gang of
city linemen must spend some
days out at the Lake trail. In
order to save their having to make
their own camp Alderman Clayton
made a motion to the effect that
they be provided with board and
lodging ;ii ihe surveyors' camp
already established.
Whether the men should be
boarded at ihe city's expense or
[lay their own board Wiis brought
up, and it w;ts decided that the
men pay their own board the rate
to be left with thc engineering
department to decide.
GRADING OF SIXTH AVENUE
Waivers Necessary from AH the
Owners Before Work Can Go
on.
William Angle enquired of the
city council hist night whether
anything had been done or was
to be done regarding ihe grading
of   Sixth   avenue   in   the   section
'immediately west of Fulton street
where his own building is located.
Acling Mayor Hilditch informed
him that until waivers are obtained
from all property owners there
nothing can be done to the work
as it involves an alteration of
grade.
"College Chums," the play to
be given by the Williams Stock
Company at the Empress Theatre
this evening, is in part a story of
college lift���and is full of good
wholesome comedy, combined wiih
i'.n excellent plot.
Mr. Williams as "Gabe Higgins"
in "College Chums" is responsible
for a good many laughs as is also
.Miss Pinkie Mullally, Mr. Arthur
Cyril, Mr. Van Dvke and Miss
Ora Wolff.
The ladies of Prince Rupert
will have a chance to sec a trou-
serette skirt���worn so much by
allege girls in the East. The
Victoria Times commenting on
this says: "Miss Pinkie Mullally
wore her trouserette skirt with
consummate grace ard ease and
made a most favorable impression." "College Chums" gave
a great ileal of pleasure to a very
large audience at Victoria.
DEMAND STREET LIGHT
But Overloaded Plant Cannot
Meet the Supply
Residents of Eighth avenue be
tween McBride street and Fulton
have petitioned for electric light
for the street. They are aware
thiit the present plant is overloaded, but suggest that efforts
be made to cope with the difficulty. Suggestions were made by
Aldennan Newton and others thai
some of the lights be reduced ir
the business section in order that
a few be spared for the poorly
lit sections. Alderman Clayton
called attention to the extremely
heavy overload on the plant at
present. Referred (o light committee.
Methodist Thanksgiving
Mayor and Council Invited to
Respond to Toast of City
On Thanksgiving Day, October
80th, the Ladies' Aid of thc
Methodist Church are to hold a
church banquet at which Rev.
Charles Sing is to preside and the
toast of "Our City and Council" is
to be proposed. Mayor and aldermen are invited to respond to
lhe toast. A resolution to thank
thc Methodists and accept the
imitation was passed last night.
Suspected of Scrapping
Captain Bonser, a well known
figure up river and in Rupert and
t steamboat man of experience.
appeared in the police court ihis
morning over a mix up at lhe
Premier Hotel in which blows
were going. He cleared himself
effectually of all suspicion that
he had been scrapping.
Promenade Concert under the
lUSpiceS of the Catholic Ladies
Thursday evening at 8 p.m., Oclo-
ier 19th, in the Mclntjrc Hall.
Admission 50c. Everybody welcome. 3i
LOCAL OPTION LEADER
Dr. Spencer Writes Council Regarding Reduction of Liquor
Licences.
Dr.   Spencer,   president   of   the
Local   Option   League,   wrote   to
the council last night submitting
a   resolution   lo   the  effect     that
the council should be empowered
In take a plebiscite of 15 per cent
of   the  electors  the  opinion   of  a
majority  eif  whom   should   be   effective   in   reducing   the   number
of   liquor   licences   on   the   city,
Referred to finance committee on
the motion of Altlernian Newton.
McMordie s Missing Cheque
The S. P. McMordie Co., Ltd.
has written to the council regarding the fact that no cheque WSS
available for Mr. McMordie when
he called .'.I the City Hall for the
Instalment due on his contract
to date. Referretl to works department.
Tug  Available  for City
S. A. Talmund who owns the
launch  "Glen   Rosa"  has applied
to  thc  council   regarding   towing
of scows with supplies to Shawatlans Lake for Woodworth. Referred to board of works to be
dealt with the other similar applications.
Menaced   by   Trees
Olaf Hansen has written to the
council in some anxiety regarding
the presence near his dwelling of
a few tall trees. Hc is afraid the
high wind may bring them doWT
on his dwelling ihis winter. Referred to board of works with
power to act.
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. DaviB
Boat House.
New York, Oct. 10.���Two native
born Chlnese| nt tending Columbia
University, eligible to lhe presidency of the United States, announce lhat they will run for that
office when old enough.
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SICILY VISITED
BY EARTHQUAKE
Five Towns Were Destroyed in
the Volcanic Island, and One
Hundred Persons Killed.
Furnished rejoins with bath,
lh.* ewk,   Talbot House.
Neatly Furnished rooms, gontl.-m,-,, preferred.���
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Mi...��� i -��� Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma. Mra. ISreenwood, Alder
Block* Third Ave. 1 is-tf
For Kent-Furnlahed rooms. II, t and ceild water
with bath. Olgby Rooma, title Ave. nml Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hull. U9 -'nd'Ave.. for
Dancea. Fraternal Societlea. K,H*iuk etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box Si'.'.i or pli���no lis. lsi'-tf
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Rome, Oct. 17.���A terrible earthquake visited Sicily yesterday.
lt is known that nearly one
hiii-drul persoi-s perished in tin
terrible disaster which shook tluir tire island. Five towns were
demolished ar.d all the wins are
down.    Aid has been sul  to the
Island frmi lure.
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'King's Evidence" Pleased the Crowd with Its
Plot and Comedy.
It's always a pleasure to sec
right triumph and villainy unmasked���on. the stage. That in
pari accounted for the peat satisfaction that "King's Evidence"
gave to the audie.ee al the Empress last night. 1-or a couple of
hours the audience followed the
tribulations of Oill-en ard Kale
Midland, until al lasi C.ilbert was
freed from the taint of being a
forger and lhe little family were
united again in happy circumstances.
But the truth is that most of
the pleasure came from the capital
comedy playing of Dave Williams
as Solomon Isaacs, the Hebrew
"green goods man" who showed
iit hist lhat he had a good heart.
His comment "If ihis is Christian
charity, I'm glad I'm a Jew,"
quite brought the house down.
All through the pl.-y Isaacs with
Ilis "Hye like a hcaglc" was or
hard at the crucial moment and
saved lhe situation.
The characters wen- all very
happily cast. Miss Mulhly taking
the part of Kale Midland, and
Mr. Van Dyke lhe part .of her
suspected husband. Matthew
Thornton, the villain of the play,
was played with greal intensit)
by Mr. ('.. I.. Swcaiman.
Little Miss Lottie Cftlle) , daughter of Mr. Casley of ilu- Empress
lloiel, made ihe presentation possible by lakirg lhe pari of Little
Arthur, lhe adopted son of Sir
Frederick Sydney. The little lady
played with Infantile charm and
naivete, ar.d won much praise.
Tonight,   "College   Chuins"   is
10 be presented.
TAKE THE BEST
���i���I���-MMi--iii^M^^
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vancouw or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Av..    Head of Centre St.   Phon. lie
30-30 Savage Rifle, good aa in*
���Ha-'ltl
To Teamsters or Dairymen
now. capuclty about 30 mil,
Dally Newa.
I'. 0. Box 264.
Farmor'a  Boiler.
is.   Apply Box N..
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 SMrey houae. houae-
lu'l'l noods. Near Prinoe Kupert. A snap if
Uken at once.   Address Box 'liM. tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
j Insurance j
OUR Companiea are noted fur prompt and juat
aelUementa. We write every known claaa of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and insurance Co.
| Wanted j
Strnoirrmph-r.Wanted-Apply Box 1531 tf
Wanted���A irood smart buy for proviilon store.
Apply Mt once Ideal Provision Huuae.        _..:.-if
Wanted Nursinjr. Obstcctrics a specialty.
Residence K*t Third Ave.   Phone 243 Red. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
antl lepaltlntc for men and wutnt-n, Dressmaking
railed for and delivered. Mra Charles Percher,
���O1 I Iiii.I Ave.   Phone2WRed. tf
A A
j       Lost and Found       \
FOUND-2 Small Keya.   Inquire at News Ofllce.
Bttf
Lost���Ladles'watch In bracelet.   Reward byre*
turning to News ofllce. tf
Lost on Saturday night one ladles' gold watch,
enamel rose set in centre. Reward. Phone
Cold Storage Plant __M. tf
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\t***mm***-*m*Sr*
Real Estate
��*-rra.> ..... rr. rt\
Will buy Iota In Prince Rupert at bargain price.
for caah. Apply P. O. Box ���>��� u ataling legation.
i*i ��� *. tic. 231-lt
Situations Wanted
Wantepd���Poallion by experienced ateno-rraphcr
Apply P.O. Box 437. BMM
Notice of Dissolution
Take noUce that the linn of Charles B. Wark
A Company which haa been ,-..,n,m- on the jewelry buslneaa in parlnerahip in Prince Rupert, B.
C, haa thia day been dissolved. Charles II. Wark
retiring from the firm, and that William Wark
and William M. Wark intend to ...nt >>,,������ the aald
business In Prince Rupert under Ihe firm nam.
of W. Wark A Son. and will collect all moneva
due the aald Arm of Charlea B. Wark A Company
and pay all debta owing by tb. Mild tun,
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C., thia 11th day or
October. A.D., 1*11.
W. WARK.
W. H. WARK,
��14-240 B. C. WARK.
LINDSAY.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C T. P. Transfer Agenla
Order, promptly tilled.    I'rire. reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Roche-aster. Centre St.    Phon. Ot
CHINESE REBELS
TO HOLD BATTLE
Sixty-five Thousand of Them
Will Meet the Imperial Troop
will Meet Imperial Troops
and Fight for the Fate of
Canton.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct. 17.���A cable
received here lasi night states thai
the   rebel   Chinese   army  of   Wu
Chang and Hankow to the number
of ndty-five thousand have been
ordered    to   meet    the    Imperial
soldiers, twenty thousand strong
who are on iheir way south.
Av important battle is expected
within  two dp.ys upon  the result
of  which   the  fata  of   Canton
depends.
JOY   IN   PHILADELPHIA
That Second Game Delights the
Athletics' Followers
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Oi 1. 17��� The news
thai the local American team
defeated New York in the .second
game for the world's Champion
baseball series by 3 to 1 hai delighted the Philadelphia fans. The
Atfalelicl played a better brand of
ball than in the first match.
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, nlao garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart's
olg Ftod Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phones 41 or 301
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, section  1,  First Ave.,
Price $2500,   $1000  cash,   balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
1 lot, block 9, section 6, Sixth Avenue.
Price $1625, half cash, balance 0,  12
and 18 months.
1 lot, block 14, section 5, Summit  Ave.
Extra large 32-foot front.      Price
$1250, $800 cash, terms.
I.e.is  10 and  11,   block 24,  section 5,
7th Ave.    Two fronts.    Make offer.
1 lot, block 15, section 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Hays Cove, with
house .12x20.    Price $2625.
2 leits, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave.
Price :*t,iiii each, $300 cash, balance
$2,*. per month.
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each. $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
HOUSES FOR SALE
room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor vie* in city. Price
$1837. $600 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 5 rooms each, papered, plastered, painted, on 9th Avenue. $22.00
per month.
Stores on Second Avenue.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 5 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al! complete, $400.
CIGAR STORE AND FIXTURES
Fixtures, wall cases, show cases complete. Price $300, or will rent for
$75 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
6 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and 3 years.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at Kitselas, $60 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots, Third Avenve, close in,
level, good lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
To Contractors and
Station Men
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up
to 4 p.m. Monday, 23rd October, HHl, for the
clearing and logging of 162 acres of land on Lake
Wood worth.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Plana and specifications may \*c neon and
forms of tender obtained at the office of the City
Engineer after Monday, October, 16th.
WM. M. DAVIS.
City Engineer.
E. A. WOODS,
City Clerk.
Fireman Wanted
Applications will be received by the City Clerk
up to 4 p.m., October 30th, for the position of fireman. Applicants to state age and experience.
Salary $90 per month.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE      NEWS      OFFICE
We Don t Believe It
They say that the city buys its supplies from only thro.
firm3, but we don't believe it, as we have been promise*.
our share and expect it soon. But you, the public wl,
have no mills to bring your grist to,  come  to
THE BIG FURNITURE ST(
-:   WHERE   WE   SELL
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wi es:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed Lounges and I
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case Uoodl
Iron  and Brass Beds,  Baby Buggies.
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtalni
and all kinds of Curtain  Materials.
For   the    Stoves,  Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Tea-
jr..   s pots,    Beanpots,    Buttercrocks,    Jugs,    Kilters 'nml'-,
Kitchen     complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all  kinds.      Cutlery,   French  and
English  China  in  sets or  by  the  piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Ostermoor
_,        , Mattress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for frum
eoUS LaOOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniers, Vases, Bar Glosses of
every description, Lamps,   Lamp   Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all  kimls.
F. W.HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 62
t*Mtfc|t*K*fc*ftkftMtRk��k*k kfc*���� a kkkkkkkkkkkk��M>�� >&,)...��
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited *
i   ^_______ *
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares nf stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO FACTORIES:   PETERdOltiRi.il. MR
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited
Toronto, Ont.
AIR  COMPRESSORS
Hill LK RS
IIUCYRUS STEAM .SHOVELS
IIOILEIl  FEED   PUMPS
CAST   PIPE
COCHRANE FEED WATER
HEATERS
CONCRETE   MIXERS
DREDGES
OAS AND OASOLINB ENGINES
OAS PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER A PLATT TURBINE  PUMPS
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH ������ ****** ��������*
  Boa ��74
MOTOR DRIVES TIlirLtX
PUPMS
ORNAMENTAL IMS
WORK
PILE  DRIVERS
ROCK  CRUSIIKIt**
STRUCTURAL STEEL
UNDERWRITER STKVM
PUMPS
Phos. Ill
GRAHAM KEARNEY. AGENT
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER
yy
���:i*n:-:,;*
DIRECTIONS  FOR C00IINC A HARE:
FIRST: -"CATCH YOUR HARE"
ssssss
To produce good printing you must "first catch your
good printer. . . You can't get good printing Trom a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good an
equipment. If he lacks the "knack," the trained
taste, the single-minded fondness for his work which
real printers nave, he will do poor printing for you.
If he has all of these, and in addition to them adc-
auatc modern equipment,  your printing will have
istinction, salesmanship, the lure of type-beauty.
As this office produces good printing you may infer
thc presence of a good printer���who is "catcnablc."
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE "NEWS JOH
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harriaon ol Princ llupert, Ii. C, broker,
im ***tS '5" on lh�� a't��""'' <1"y ol November
mi*,   eteffl t-fi-Tj! H **���"*"��� Commlaaioner
u, b_-_sT'" sfif 5_r__ n- <-��������� ����������� ��� E3B
to take ami use Ihreo cubic teet ol water tier aecoiiel
Lt ct&G nirln ?kMn" v***h'1' ����S
����H ssSr *m ,or d��n""ti�� ��* #
S.pt,��. SAMUEL HARRISON
NOTICE
In th. County Court ol Atlin f&glA l*.*?
Rupert In  th. M.ttw ol th. "Olllr.- **
mliii.tr.tor"s Act"
In th. Matter ol th. EeUU ol Duran I", la**
iMMI, lnUslale.
WATER NOTICE
NnUI
S��pt.��. SAMUEL HARRISON
ntONE 301
r.o. box 804
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTKMATIC .IBRCHANTS' nRI.IVSRY SSRVICR
"""VSHfl! "^���Hln.Aae.to.   For
mga or Motor Car day or nigh t
Seventh Ave. and F���lton nmom
TAKE NOTICE lhat hy order of II *****
Judf. Young, mad. the Ulal day ol *�����"���������'��� ""{
I wm appointed Adminlatralor of the i.��*' (
th. amid Duran P. Uthovich d-rceaje-l, aM ��
parties having claims against the sain - ��� ' ��� .
hereby required lo lorward same properl. m"
lo m. on or betor* th. 30ih d.y-ol s*P """,-
1*11, and all lh. partta Indebted t" I'" ".,
Eitsts are required lo pay th. amount "i >���"-
Indebtedness, to me forthwith.
DATED tht 6th day ol September, H".
JOHN It. McMUI.I.IN-
Official Admlnlsi-alol-
Advertise in
The Daily News

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