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The Massett Leader Jan 2, 1913

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 THE LEADER WILL  KEEP, YOU . POSTED  ABOUT* GRAHAM .ISLAND���������$2  THE YEAR  New5'<6f ihe;*Qgieen Charlotte Islands  itammniumi  VOLUME 1, NO. 16  .. MASSET, ;B.b^ IjBURSDAY,    JANUARY 2, 1913.  FRICE   FIVE* CENTS  ,->  EARTH TREMBLES IN  VICINITY OF MASSET  BUT DOES NO DAMAGE  .',  At 4 o'clock Tuesday morning a  tremor of the earth was, distinctly  felt in Masset by eeveral"-*wsi dents  and the whole town ,almost was  ^awakened at that hour The sen-  sation was as of a long, low swell  of the Bea. The ~ slibck was not  strong enough to do any damage  whatever.  Magistrate   Harrison, T L. Wil-  aoores of other persons admit they  wf'ie suddenly  awakened at four  but scoff at the idea that it was a  quake. ��������� Mr. Harrison in his thirty  years reeidenceW the Queen Charlotte islands has felt earth tremors  several times, the last more than  four \ ears ago wh������n the pictures on  the vsyill swayed forward and back"  Tuesday morning'* quake was  accompanied by a terrific wind and  liamSj.James Hoare and other teat- an unusually*loud noise an of wind  ify to the earthquake theory while i whistling through trees.  TERRIBLE STORM  SWEPSINLET  -'     . :_'���������  f   -J,  Usually Quiet Water as Rough as Open  ������        - *i '   Sea.    - uT J-i  '  T��������� ,J:>  BIG TREES THROWN ABOUT  A  ANCIENT DANGEOF  HAIDAJNDIAN8  New Year's Night at I ndian Village Marked  by Savage Dance.  ONLY FIVE TAKE PART  ANNUAL BANQUET  AT HARRISON'  I  t������H������'*"rj*S * ^���������\r*h,J> ������*rtJ^  '���������^h-v^^m^a, - ���������**%s^*^rr*^^r^winjdiw������i*;j;  GIVEN INDIANS  r"sft"j-  IflCt  Resident ot Thirty Years K  Old Time Settlers.  Other  *V. a *^������ *���������>���������������,<������*���������> *C*i +*  Enjoyable Evening Does Not End TIB Loug  Aftei Midnight.  -'���������Last- -Friday nigbt-^Magistrate  and Mrs. Charles Harrison were  hosts at a happy gathering of settlers of the northern end of Graham island. Their pietty home  was decorated for the occasion carnations being 6ent from Paris for  the affair which has been an annual one with the Harrisons for  many years.  Impromptu singing, recitations  and games passed, the hours very  pleasantly. Mr.Harrison told of  the early settlors and their adventures when the Haidas were not a  civilized race of Indians as they are  today. The hosts came to Graham  island more than thirty years ago,  Mr. Harrison as a missionary to the  Haidas. The trip from the mainland vvns mads in an Indian war  canoe across water which staunch  vessels of today find hard weathering  ������ars of "tinot t^b^rlz^tetf  Ribbon Given for Work.  Bpfore the Masset Indian school  closed for a two weeks' holiday Mr.  and Mrs. H. L. Clayberg, the  tutors, presented the children with  ribbons of honor, and these the  youngsters prize * very highly.  About sixty children are attending  this school.  Little Damage "Except to Launches Has  Been Reported."   ^V1  With hurricane,,.force,,from the  southeast a storm Tuesday night  and early Wednesday morning  played havoc with everything that  was loose and some things that  were not. Maiset" inlet churned  and rioted. "     r  Every launch in, the usually  quiet Delkatlah bay suffered to  some extent, the St. Ives being the  only one that did not drag 1/er anchor. The Birnie and 'AVestover  were,thrown high up'bn  the?beach  and  both>were *hA&y'strjuue<LbY  the experience. * '    ' * (the White  persons say these ought  Before the storm   had   spent its /to be preserved and  .kept alive for  fury several big trees on the town- J the future.    But  the  Lillians say  Generally Predicted  This was the Last  Time the Dance Wiii be Seen.  With a peculiarly weird harmony  to the accompaniment of eccentric  gesticulations, the beating of a tomtom and rattle of wooden instruments, five of the oldest Indians in  the old Masset village New year's  night danced the old ''devil doctor"  dance, and it is predicted by the  advanced natives of the village  that this dance was the last gasp  of old tradition among them. ,  While the educated   Indians of  the village are pleased to see the  While most of the northern country that is kissed by the breeze off  the Japan current seems to have a"  great deal of rainfall, Graham  island among'the rest, actual rainfall figures show that there is neyer  nearly so much rain here as in  Prince Rupert or Vancouver. Year  after year the amount of the rainfall is more like the fall in ^'\c-  toria,  . Magistrate Harrison who has  kept the weather report for the last  fifteen years has compiled the  figures for' ,4912   and they show a  total fall of 32.70 inches for., the'  year. Snowfall during the year  amfcunted to 35 inches, bringing  the total precipitation up lo 36.20.  ��������� The rainfall last January  amounted to 4.37;.Febuary, 2.89;  March 0.20; April, 1.53; May, 1.83;  June, 1.92; July���������0.30; August,0.96;'  September, 3.'9l; October, 0.48;  November, 4.59; December 3.7"-'. f  Decembei just past saw therheav-  iest snowfall theie being lo inches.  January a year ago the snowfall  \vas 8 inches; Febuary, 11 inches,  and April, 1 ineh.  A-  ���������t*i  the White'persons say these ought j* , <.~ J-      V  -   ~.      -    _   <  _, ���������>  RESTAURANT FOR  It is not so very long ago that  the Haida Indians ate their food  in the most primativo way, and it  probab'y seemB to eome' of the  gray-haired old natives that things  are come to a nice pass when ...they.  are going to have a restaurant.  This will be opened by Mark Ingram, one of the natives.  /, -i'  Manager Resigns.  General Manager Carter of the  B. C. Fisheries at Alifbrd: bay, has  resigned and will return to the  management of /the' botanic cannery oh the Skeena river.  L4NGARA ISLAND IS  A PISHING PARADISE  Standing out in the Pacific ocean,  within a few miles of Masset, is an  island about ten miles in length  and five in width, which was formerly known as North island and  has been recently charted as Lan-  gara isl.ind. It is covered with a  growth of spruce and other trees,  with rocky shores and indented  with bays.  During the fishing season which  commences in April and continues  until July, the Indians camped  along the shores and fished~dur-  imr the daytime with herrings and  spoons, for the largest variety of  salmon in these waters Each fisherman acts independently, rowing  his boat hither and thither and  trailing the line and hooks behind  his low boat.  Last summer was the first time  that fishing was done for commercial purposes, and the catch amounted to about twenty thousand fish  each weighing from forty to ninty  pounds. The price paid for the  fish was three cents per pound and  a number of the fisherman made  from five to twenty dollars a day.  Seton Ker, the great English  writer and traveller, was a visitor  to Langara island during the fishing season, and he enjoyed the  sport, stating that he would return  with rihmber of tourists, and remain during the whole Summer,  A ma>qiierade ball is"' 'advertised  for the schoolhouse tonight and  everybody in invited.  site were blown. The flagpole of the  St. Ives hotel by a freak of the  wind was torn off the roof and  thrown into the hotel office, wrecking the door. Some of the planks  on the old wharf were torn off as  cleanly as though- hwrnan hands  had carefully taken them away.  At tho Indian village little damage'was done except the wrecking  of Bill Harding's house.  WELL KNOWN INDIAN  ENTERTAINS WHITES  Henry Edenshaw and family New  Year's night entertained at dinner  at their home in the Indian village.  A banquet was spread in the long  dining rooni and the rest of the evening was spent with singing and  games.  Mr. Edenshawsang several songs  at the request of his guest. Organ  accompaniments were played by  Alfred Adams, also of the Indian  village.  For the past several years Mr.  Edenshaw has given a dinner in  honor of his friends among the  white persons of this vicinity. He  and Mrs. Edenshaw and their accomplished daughter, Josephine,  arc unarming entertainers and their  annual dinners are always looked  forward to with a great deal of  pleasure.  they are done with the past and  no good to the rising generation  can come of keeping the old legends  alive.  The five old fellows took great  delight in their performance though  i^required.probabjy more physical  exertion than was good for them.  The dance is altogether indescribable. The onlookers who numbered practically all the Indian  population as many white prisons,  were all very interested.  Later the old men gave presents  of soda water to their especial  friends  among  the   Indians,  and  ,,..  Visitor  fW������������."wfi$(^������4!  ITO STEAMER  String  \T������������ nrici ���������������*> to  U ,__:   JXc������ 1 lOUll,  a lormer  missionary among them, and James  Martin, a well known merchant,  were honored by the same gifts.  Magistrate Harrison delivered  an address in the Haida language  and he was applauded to the echo  by the assemblage.  Gathering at Delkatlah.  One of the first entertainments  of its kind was held in Delkatlah  News Year's"eve when fifty-two persons gathered at the home of Mrs.  Koupeand spent a most enjoyable  evening. This was the first annual  event of the kind that has ever  taken place in Delkatlah. H. A.  Lamb was awarded the chair and  called on T. H. Watson for the  opening address, which wao highly  appreciated by all present.  According to advices received  here the Wallace Fisheries this  year will not attempt to can the  spring   salmon. Instead,    the  salmon will   be salted,  or shipped  fresh, to che eastern markets.  to Exhibition   Mistakes  Beans for Cucumbers.  Graham island is inhabited by  the giea'est set-of boosters in the  country, and if the island does not  go ahead it will not be for want of  optimistic teachings of the settlers  there. Last night in the rotunda  of the Central hotel a gentleman  from Skidegate was telling of the  vegetables produced there. In describing the recent exhibition at  Lawn Hill he said, in speaking of  the string beans: "A gentleman  said to me, 'What large cucumbers  vou erow here!' "���������Prince Rupert  Ne\\t>.  \  Party of Five From  Minnesota   Have  Bought land and Will farm.  A Prince Rupert publication  has an account of "the burning of  the yacht Polaris." The vessel  was injured in a storm on Masset  inlet and will sooii be repaired.  Snowball Battle        *  in ftfasset Streets  Bis District Continues to Growis Popuf ar-  [tv all Over Continent.  Another New Residence.  Thomas Weir oi  the Indian village is    hard   at   work   building a  new   residence   at  the east end of  the reserve.  Dan Martin, Dominion constable  who went to Prince , Rupert where  he was summoned- on "account of'  his. wife's illness,, has returned to  his duties, . :������������������������������������������������������  On account of an unusually heavy  snowfall Wednesday night the whole  town turned out today "in a snowball battle that was a furious one  while it lasted, which was as long  as it took tli^ younsters. to get into  it and then they drove the grownups indoor.  Snow, unwelcome in some places,  is very welcome here and it remains  on the ground for such a short  time that everybody tries to make  the most of it.  When the next G.T.P. steamer  Prince John arrives ghe will bring  five Minnesota of and all their effects, according to advices A.A.  McCrea has received from Winnipeg where the head office of the  McCreas is located.  The newcomers will move immediately to the forty and eighty  acre tracts they purchased at Mayer lake some time ago. They  will be the vanguard of scores of  settlers who are coming this year  from the prairie provinces and the  United States.  ME!?(?y DANCING  Next Monday ...njght in the  Kennedy, block;. Main,, street. Miss  Nellie ^and Charles Ives will ..be  hosts at'a dance.  T. H. Watson, eider of the Seventh  D-iy Adventists, who was ill last  week, has fully recovered and paid  a visit to Masset this week.  Rev. J. B.' McDonald, head of,  the Catholics tin the northern park  of Graham island, is expected to. r^  tiirn-irom. the outskle ,cn the next  Monday and Tuesday evenings  the Masset schoolhouse was the  scene of delightful dancing parties,  the first dance being given to the  whole town by Mrs. James Martin.  The following night Mrs. Charles  Harrison was the hostess.  Sharp at midnight at Mrs^.Har-  rison's dance, Alan Orr who was in  charge of the floor, ha Wed the gay  dancers and everybody joined  hands and sang "Auld Lang Sine."  In thi3 manner practically the  whole town bade farewell to the  old year and welcomed   the new.  Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and  Mr and Mrs; Charles Harrison on  their respective nights were voted  ui0J-ly...F0������d^eliows," with a vim  attesting their popularity.  ,-r{';TI>P:LeadervwilI.keep you posted  . on,theQueen?dharlbtte islands,  &  V  ������r  J'l -  \    1       .  ��������� Ji | III ��������� l   I) TT* ���������  A  "TV"-  f    1  1   ^  \ B^WB^ MASSET- LEADER  ������^^<^^Feekly:ne^pajper^blished  f#f$%^ ^^/^^e^Queen  r^S'^harlottle^BlafVds.: ; v / ",.       ,'  i Sut?ac?ipl!e������H*2 j������x advan ce  '-������������V(.  A..I"������-  ZAfe^fc  It^f^T^jr^yr^  1913  L'^"'C' ,a redistribution bill will be .brought  ous from-Mexico;to Alaska. Even  though< an old man when he came  here, he "buckled intoa the harness  with thevinuand determination,, of  a young nian starting out to make  his first Btftkc The, name'oi "Mex-  icau Toin'Mvill long cling to the  memory '/of r,the "residents of this  inland���������Queen Charlotte News,  ���������J?  | vV' nmattempt will be made to   again  ��������� ' ,"'"������ tack the islands on to Home  district  "���������/,"  yor other. ' But this will be opposed  VJ>>', tooth find nail'" as the saying is.- <  "J r ,'���������;</��������� This isa wonderfully resourceful  ^-country, largejih, area, ' constantly  \r' > \> increasing in' population, and   one  V, /���������*,"-     *-     -*   j  ^""H which for'years has returned to the  j  ' '��������� "povince a revenue of a pnroximately  three,quarter million' dollars.  \ The/average legislator knows little  about the islands.   .They   used to  ���������'i* "' -, be' peopled  altogether bv Indians  ., 'ands'it has <not been many years  ' '-''���������''that ous might count the white per  '   ', sons here on the fingers of one hand.-  '   '���������'���������Even as late   as  five  years ago  ,\ "there-��������� were   scarceh   ���������������������������������       score  f white persons on the islands. There  *    are probably ������two   thousand now,  most ol whom 'came  here  within  - the last three years.      '" ?  '-    .The   soil on Graham   and other  ...   islands ,has  proven itself capable  ''- of raising   almost   anything.    On  ^, the .west arejoil field', coal   under-  . lays vparts <of the island. . Islands  & '-r- 'on-trie3-south' "of "the   group   bave.  * ' 1 producing^min>s and -good-looking  prospects.  '   ^"  i, Masset inlet   is   said to be   the  greatest waterway in the world, not  that it is more than thirty miles in  extent,*but   the   tides, every day,  furnish  a natural means of trans-  portation  into   the   heart of   the  island from the north coast.    The  tide flows each way at the ra te of  "six miles an hour. There are some-  ' thing like  twenty-five launches at  work, on the inlet, and many more  will be brought in during 1913.  Progress is seen on every hand  and industries have been started  and more are in contemplation. It  is truly a wonderful country with  all the resources of every other dis  trist of the province.  _It would be unfair, in the face  of the furprising progress being  made here, and the country so resourceful as it is, to make it a part  of any other district. There is talk  of again tacking it onto the Skeena  district. This district is already  big and unweildy and is fast growing. It can do without the Queen  Charlotte island. Other talk is  that the islands will be tacked onto the Atlln district, hundreds of  miles away where are probably not  more than a hundred voters.  The Queen Charlotte islands  want to have some say in the management of their own affairs. They  want, their own member of the provincial parliament aud not some  perBon who has only a political  interest here.  While it willibe^muoWiBcus*  sed question; ,'prbabably wittT-the  majority  against. Mas3et   Indians  are>; going to ask the franchise and  vyhite f persons who witnessed   the  last Christmas entertainment of the  natives,   unanimously admit that  the 'Haidas on   the   Queen Char,  lotte islands at least,' are a whole  lot further advance in civilization  than many foreigners who come to  British Columbia and by the more  formality   of   sweamg allegiance,  are permitted  all the privileges of  the people of British ancestry.  8keena land district, district ot Queen Chariot tt> Islands,   '<   ,       -    >     i  Take notice that JRidgc Purdy oi Tow Hill,  Graham Island, occupation rancher, Intends  to apply, for permission io purchase the follow-  ngdescilbedlandtc coiumeuciu^at the ;-JW  cor. ot lot 174'/ Graham l&land, thence west 64  chains, thence south 34 chains, thence -.->ast 64  chains, -thence .ndrth si chains^ to < point of  commencement,1 containing 200 acres more or  " ss.   A.   ,-. K        air   Date Sept. 5,1012,  less,  DOE PUKDy.  First publication Oct 10,1912.  , *���������'  -*!  A  t -  A  .        i      ' - LAND   AO?.^  Skeena" land   dUtrlct ���������'District  ot 'Queen  Charlotte lalauuaTS'-    '*, * , , o. <       ,  Take" notice that'John Calvert Martin ot  Masinet, occupation agent, intends to apply |or  purniibsion to purchase the following described  iandu:���������Commencing at a post planted at the  UK cor. of lot ltt)7. thenee 40 cu-Uns south,  thence 80 chainsf.east ,to bhoie, tuence nor-  theily and. westerly e-long the shore to" point  of commencement, contniuing\ 100 acres more  or less, ' t ,f ^JOHN^CALVJJRT MARTIN  i-Date Sept. i. 1912. .f-"'-' V ���������  First publtoatiou Oct. 3,'1912.   '  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned, and  endorsed  '-Tender for Wharf  at Smxl spit Point, Moresby island', B.C.," will  onTucs-  tton of r,  Moresby  be received at this office until 4 p.m. on Tuesday. November j, 1912, for the construe lion of e,  ublii      '     ���������  -   -          -   publii   wliarf'at bund  Spit  Point,  Island, Queen.CharlotteOro^p. 3.C.,  Plans,  specifications  and form of conlrnct  can tw sepn and forms of tender obtained at  this department and ut the ofnuus of G.B- Hull,  Ueq., district engineer, Prince Rupert, H.O.,  F. W. Aylraer, Esq.r"aisirict engineor, Chase.  A It seems ,a pitv that a better  arrangement for the carrying of the  mail, was not made with Grand  Trunk Pacific Steamships. /Here  it   is going on  three weeks   since  ) i  the last, mail came in. Hundreds  of persons - are waiting for word  from the outside. .It is a miserable  State of affairs to say the least. If  Graham ieland were hemmed in by  mountains and glaciers, nobody  would have much kick coming, but  it is only an eighty miles trip by  water from Prine Rupert to Masset,  yet, on��������� account of the agreement  made with the G. T. P., the mail  comes but once in two v*eeks,and  now a week as_ been skipped and  there will be none for three weeks,  ft amounts to an additional draw-  back to speedy settlement of the  fairest part of British Columbia.  LAND ACT  .    ' "���������*--  Skeena land district ��������� District of Queen  Churlutto iklunds. >  Take notice that Margaret Itogan of Masset,  occupation married woman, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the following do  tcrliit'd lands;���������commencing ut a post planted  at the bW cor. of lot ISS& tneu<:el4UulmiiiH north  thence 40 chains west to shore thence southerly and oasteUy along the s>hore to politfof  commencement, containing 6o acres more or  less. MAKUARfcT HOGAN  Date Sept. 4,1912.  ������.0. and on application (o the  Queen Charlotte City, B.C.  'Persons tenderinsTare "uotiflod that tenders  will not be considered unless made onrthe  printed forms supplied, and slgued with tljeir., -  iscliaoics' - - Store  Hoffmans Proprietors  722 Second ave.; v     Prince Rupert  Clothing, furnishing goods, boots  and shoes, all kinds of rubber and  ' r {  oil.-..vlpthing, fishermen's supplies.  Men outfitters. Square dealing.  Mail orders soliciled.  actual signatuiep, btntlng their occupations  and places of residence. In the case of llrms,  the uvtual signatures the nature of the occupation and place of residence of each member of  tho rirm must bo given.  Each tender must be accompanied by an  accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable  to tho order of the Honourable the Minister of  Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c.) of  tho, amount of the lender, which will he forfeited if the person tondei ing decline to outer  into a contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work contracted lor, < If  ine tender be uot accepted the cheque will be  returned.  The department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  R.C.DKSROCHERS,  Departmect of Public Works,  Ottawa, October 8,1912.  Secretary.  j      LAND ACT  Skeena   land" district��������� district  of Queen  Charlotte islands.  Take notice that Herbert F. Wearmouth of  Mttbset, occupation farmer, intends to apply  for jieimissluii to purchase tne following^de-  scribed lands���������commencing at a post plutiled  at the SE cor. of lotlooO, thence 80 chains we������t,  theuce fto chains south, thence 8o chams east  lv choie, thence nonheily along the bhore to  point ot commendement, containing C4u acres  more orless. HUtBEUT F. WtAltMOUTH  L   Date Sept. 3,1912 '  Fust puollcatloirOct. 3,1912.   . c  __������������____���������������___������������_________.__________.._____.   kon Territory, the Northwest Territories, and  , ���������- inaqortlou of the Province of British Coluni-  f* i LAND ACT bla, may ht leased for a  term'of twenty-one  Skeena   land   district ���������district   cf Queen   j cars at  an annual rental of $1 an  acre.   Not  Charlotte islands. more than 2,500 acres will  bu  leased to one  Take notice that Jennie Barton  of Masset,   apPUc,,,I"t".<������������������ t ,    ������������������    ���������rf) ��������� ^.   i   ,    .^  'occupation married woman.intends to applj Applicetion fora lea������emust be made by the  for permission to purchase tho lollowlng;ue-, *PRlic5P :l? ,P"^,?,^, Vl������ og2?',0r subI���������ttFe,,,,  bcrlbed lands-commending at a post planted I ofthedMrh t in which the nghtb applied for  at the bEcor. of lot 1515, thence 80 chains west, I are Miuutea ,.,..,      , .  .      ,  shence 80 chains so)ith, thence80 chains east,   ��������� *" s"rlc>oaif"or> th* 1*nd :mu,st,^e des,  thence So chains north to point of commence-   crlbed  b>   potions, or legal   subdivisions of  r - section'., and In unsunejeu territory the tract  applied for shall be staked out  by the appll-  Synopsis of Coal Minincj  Regulations  COaL Mining rightsof the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and   Uhrrta, the Vu-  mentt containing 640 acres more or less  Date'Sept, 3,1912 JENNIE BARTON  Firsa publication Oct. 3,1912.  ��������� district  of   Queen  cant himself  .Each application must be accompanied bv  a iee of $5 which will be refunded if the right*'!  applied for are nntavailable, but not otherwise  A ro\altv shall be paid on the merchantable  Skeena  Land  district  Charlotte islands. ���������-    ,   ,.,       ,       ...       ,      ,.  Take notice that Emma Brown of Armstrong . out tut of the mine at the rate of five cents per  B.C., occupation married woman,  intends   to   toJP, _    ..      .,     _r       ._  ,������ ,  v ���������       ...     i   The person operating the mfnc shall furnish  s accounting for  table coal mined  ... If  the coal min-  thenceW CO chains, thence S 60 chains,  thence   ing rights  are not being   operated,  such re-    -   -     - turns should be furnished at lcii'-t once a  year"  E CO chains to point of commencement, containing 360 acres more or less.   EMMA BROWN  Date Nov.18 1912.  The entrance to Masset inlet  should be resurveyed. Information with regrad to the constantly  changing bottom of the inlet was  transmitted to H. S. Clements, M,  P. ,who , with his characteristic energy, immediately took the matter  up with proper department. But  the reply showed the usual lack of  information of officials as to G ra-  ham island. On the outside it is  thought the Queen Charlotte  iblandd are the jumpmg-off place.  It is difficult to make officials understand that dining past thiec  years the islands have made a remarkable fcliide forward and from  now on the population here must  be reckoned with.  Skeena land  district ��������� district  of Queen  Charlotte Islands.        . ,  . Take notice that Aiphonse Emond ot Armstrong, B. C, occupation real estate agent,  intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described land: Commencing at  a post planted about half a mile north aud  about three miles west from the NW cor. of  lot 1711 Graham island, Q C.I., thence W 81  chains, south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains  thence north bo chains to point ot commencement, containing640 acres more or less  ALPHONSE   EMOND  Nov. 18,1912.  The lease will include the coal mining rights  only, otit llio lessee may be permitted- to purchase whatever a\ailable surface rights may  be considered nece<"-ary for the -working of the  mine at the rate of 110.00 an acre. v-  Ko'full information application1 should be  mad* to t*\c Secretary of the department of the  Interior, Ottawa, or to any H,?ent Or sub-agent  of Pominion lands W. \V. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  fine Tailored Clothing  .Write,'or if in town call on,  ,    .. ,  Lartfn  O'Reilly   '  Prince Rupert  C.H. ORML the pioneer druggist  PRINCE RUPERT  REXAL agent  two stores, completo stock oi drugs  and sundries always in stock.  Kodaks, films aud supplies.  Especial attentiou   given  to  mail  orders.  P & W ELECTRIC  company  P. 0. box 67     PRINCE RUPERT  Electric and marine supplies  Agents for   Choice listings of  For sale including several  Blocks fronting on  Masset Inlet  V-  See or write to Alan E. Jessup,  Masset, Graham Island, B.C  TOW H!LL General Store  Outfitting point for   northeastern  Graham  island.  Victor gramophones  Gasoline Boat For Hire  J. K. ANDERSON  Information re   GRAHAM ISLAND  apply ALEX  MACTAVISH  Real estate and insurance broker  Timber and farm lands  New Knox  fete  /rlaud & Be: ner  This hotel is run on the European  plan. Firstclaas service. All the  latest modern improvements.  Excellent cuisine;  Firstclass service  First avenue    PRINCE RUPERT  kegai, 4 cycle marine engines size  from 3 to 45 h.p.; light, medium,  heavy duty.  perfection 2 cycle marine engine  sizes from 2 to 36 h.p.;  require nol  batteries, no spdrk coil.     . Commercial rates  Engines carried in stock.  Especial attention  to mail orders  W. J. McCutcheon  Sample rooms  Modern equipment throughout  HOTEL  IRVING  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Largest drug house in northern B.C. Corner Columbia and Hastings  Eull and complete line of pertumes  and toilet articles.  Mall orders respectfully solicited  Prince Rupert  Hot and cold water  and teiephon  ,-in" every room.  w. s. Dickson, Manager  district  of Queen  Skeena  land   district  Charlotte Islands  Take notice that William Brown of Armstrong, B.C , occupation farmer, intend to applj for pprnii^sion to purchase he following  described lands: Commencing at a pout I  planted about half a mile north and about  three miles west of the NW corner of lot 1744  thence souty elghtj chains, thence east eighty  chains, thence nortn eighty chains, thence  west eighty *^.������iss to point of commencement,  containining 640 acrt s more or le-s.  Nov. 18 11)12 William nrown.  Skeena land district���������distru t of Queen Charlotte i'-lancl'i  Take notice that Etta Brown of Armstrong,  B O , occupation student, intend to apply for  pcrmusion to pur( hiite the lolloping described  lands- ( omiiienciiig ut a post planted about  half hall a mih north and llirce miles west of  lot 1714 Graham island, QCI, theme north  eighty ch mis, tlitnce cast eighty chain;, theiic  south eight} thaihs, thence utsteightj chaiiifc  to point oi commencement containing t>IO  acres more or less ETTA BROW N  Nov, 18  1912  In the death of Thomas Hodges  ('Mexican Tom") Graham island  loses its most picturesque and celebrated resident. Asa frontiers*  snan and trail blaser he was fara-' torB being local persons.  That Graham island is well  thought of by investors is constantly being shown. Land values are beginning to increase. Fanning tracta<ire in demand not only on  the island, but on the outside as  well While it is true ���������heie are not  many turnovers in Masset property, the high price at which the  lots are held is admitted to be the  real value when things begin to  move, which undoubtedly will be  in the spring. During the past  two months two more towns have  been surveyed and these will be  soon placed on market. Sewall,  the name of one, is situated advantageously with a resourceful hinterland. Graham Centre is now  being surveyed and it also is backed  bv firstclass farming and timber  land. The local sensation in a real  estate way is Delkatla, a beautiful  spot across Delkatlah bay from  Masset. Lots there are selling  daily,  practically all of the inves.  Slvccna land  district���������district of Queen Charlotte islands  Take notice that Earnest A, Haines, of Van-  comer, EC, occupation laborer, intends to  applv for permission to purchase tne following  described lands Comment mgut a post plmitcd  at the SI- cor of lot l",l 5 firalmin island, thence  nortli 80 r hams, (hence east 40 chains, thence  south bO chains, thence west 40 ohains to point  of rommcnceiocnt, containing iJ������ at res more  orless EARNEST A  HAINES,  Date Sept i(i 1912 A. Ernond, agent  First publication Nov 7  A    l^^T^^r^Y  1  Skeena land district-district of Queen Charlotte islands  Take hoti-e that Delia Wilson of Vancouver,  R C . oocupatlon s-hool leu'dicr, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands* rommcin ing ma-post planted  at the SW cor of Jot nudrnham Island, thence  nortli t>u i muni, tnonce uust m;> Iiuiiih, incm c-  south f>0 chains, thun.-e cast W< Imlim to point  of uo/i)inr.iiocint.iit (.ontaihlng f2j> ac'rtf more  or lesc TIEUTa "W ILSON  Date Sept '10,1012 a. Emond, agent  First Duplication Nov. 7  WHOLESALE AND GENERAL MERCHANT  INLET   STORES  Everything in Merchandise,   Surveyors, Prospector  OUTFITS  Motor boat supplies of all kinds  Gas engines and Machinery  AOBNCIKS  FOB  Canadian Fairbanks Morse Go's  gas engines and machiiu-ry  Holliday Engineering Co's.  gas engines  RinOBWAYS TEAS AND COKI'BnS  HUriC4 STOVKS AND RANGES  EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPl'MES  COMMI'UCIhX UNION ASSURANCE CO  MOTOR BOAT TOR HIRE  Skeena land district������������������district of Queen Charlotte islands  Take notice that Tho-nar W, Hodf-lni- of  Vau.A)U\cr, B C occupation laborer, intends  to applv for tx-nmiKKicin to purchase the following dexcrlbed lands, commencing at a pout  planted at the N'\\ cor of lot 1747 thence west  SOchalns, thon<-cfioiith CO ..hains, thence east  80 chains to the west boundary of lot 1747,  thence north along the west boundary of lot  1747 to point of commencement  Date Oct 21,1912       THOMAS W. HOuGINS.  First publlcfttiou, Nov 7      a. Emond, agent.  Masset  Queenstown  Slceena land district���������district of Queen Charlotte islands.  Take notice that Ella E Jcsnup of Masset.  occupation housewife, intends to apply for  permission to p������irchane the following dc-  ncribed lands: Commencing at a post planted  at the SE corner of T. E 30395 surveyed as lot  1802. thence north 40 chaini, thence taut 40  chains, thenco iiouth 40 chKlnn, thence west 40  chains to place of commencement, containing  160 acres. EIXA E. JK88UP,  Date Nov. 8,1912 Alan E. Jsssup, Atijftt,  First publtoatiou Doc. 6.1M2. V    "^  rtitl'j'  m Panama'-   Photo'  613 Third ave. .   ',1 Prince Rupert  When you are   in. prince  Rupert  "have   your    photo   taken  at.the  v. Panama Studio.      '���������>���������' ~ *' '*  ,  Many. years'"* xpcrience' in  the  principal'studios  of   Europe and  America and,twice in the service  of   the,, world-famous   Layfayette  . Studios.  Enlargements    made    from 'any  good photo or sitting' and finished  in hlack  and- wnite. water   colour,  pastel and oils.  .--  , ���������     Send for price's   of these enlarge-  -r--^ ments.Enlargements made suitable  ���������    for Christmas; birthdays and mar-  ...���������riage clays. , Miniatures made and  coloured'] suitable^" "as" > valuable  ,   souvenirs.       *    ,  -', ���������'- 'BAIN,      ;    ���������  Photographer  -Winter  Schedule'  ' SS.     - i  'Prince John*'  XS. GRAY & S  "io. box 78* " PRINCE RUPERT  ���������Oft  Watchmakers1;; JewellersHPcians  Musical .   Instrument      Dealers  .' will 1-e.deHyered to    .  ' "- --any point in Masset    '  F. H. MILLARD,     beikatlk  -r-NQvembei  Friday       8-22 , . '   ~���������~  f    T ��������� ^ i}  Saturday^ 9-28 Wfe ^ry.a  special Jineof ;Xmas  *\ gifts,  watoheB/^cfe^ks,^ jewellery,  Sunday     10-24  Royal = Hotel  Leave���������  Prince Rupert  Masset'--_-���������������. /.  Naclen Harbor  ,   ArriveO  Prince Rupert  Leave���������  Prince Rupert. p.m.. Sun. ..TlQ-2f  Refuge Bay ������    - ������ 10-24  Skidegate Inlet a.m. Mon.     11-A>  Cumshewa,     ,   p.m.  Pacofi -,.-a.m;*Tues  Lockport  Jed way  Ikeda Bay  It  u  it"  u  11-25  12-20,  12-26:  12-26'  12-26  Arrive���������  Prince Rupert  p.m.  <(.  12-26  -������  Tho only stcam-hcated hotel In the renter oi  the lm&ine!������ district, with a flrbtclass cafe In  connection.  CORL1CY A BURGESS  Proprietors  Prince Rupert  SS, Prince Rupert leaves Prince  leaves Prince Rupert for Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle, Fridays  at 9 a.m.  Connections made in south with  railways for all eastern points.  Use the Grand Trunk Railway  By stern from Chicago.  For rates, reservations, etc.,  apply to purser of "Prince John"  or to A. K, McMastcr, general agent'  Prince Rupert, B.C.  electroplate ��������� cut- glass,   umbrellas  hand   bagV:yioiins?   guitars;, etc  AgenfB--'for- Victor  gramophones  ������ ���������'   , and -records.--       .-''  Sole   agents . for    Stanley   pianos  Special attention  to  Mail Orders  Gasoline *  For Sale  / .'.Cylinder Oil  Boat Repairing   ..  All   kinds    of    gasoline   engines  repaired.  Agent   for   all   leading    gasoline  engines.   Specializing  in  the  Canadian Imperial.  ROBERT LNTWISLE,   Masset, B.C.  .RGAmiHFARMLAHDS  MACKENZIE',  GASOLINE   LAUNCH  * BIRNIE'  For hire  ' i V . .    i  Owners and Agents for blocks of fine land of from $.to50  acres or more,,, witli beautiful homes, bearing orchards,  ' green meadows \*nth running streams, close to schools and  < carlines, in the,feitile valleys of the Fraser  River and  ' , -   " :    Delta, having a _ ;���������: ������������������.*  IDEAL CLIMATE THE YEAR ROUHD, K H ALL AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS  Houses and Lots in any part, of' City, and 200 Lots in 616, North Vancouver.  10,000 acres Farm Lands,' Qaeen Charlotte Island, near -'  PRINCE RUPERT, THE TERMINUS OF THE GRAND TRUNK RY.  Seeing is believing, and we can show you the Best, or we will gladly answer all  correspondence and give authentic and'reliable information.    We don't want  your money if we don't deliver the goods.  ,     Rooms S3, 54. SS. Exchange Buh.dih������., VANCOUVER. B.C.  typrris Safe& Lock Co. Ltd:  McRAE BROS., Ltd  Sfationers and'Printers  APPLY  WEAKMOUTII Bros.  Masset  FOR SALE���������Fine yoke of work  cattle, yoke and chain. Also five  ton* fine seed potatoes. For prices  apply F.C. Tingley, Pioneer farm,  Kundis island.  niraophone*. architects and engineers sup-  pile-, kodaks, loose lenf systems, Keralngton  typewriter-!, o������lcc furniture. '    ���������  Prince    Rupert,  B.C  GEO.   D.   TITE  Third avenuo  Prince Rupert  COMPLETE  HOUSE FURNISHING  In our $40,000 stock of furniture which is at your  immediate command.    We respectfully solicit your patronage.    Dressers  and stands,  hrass and iron beds,   springs and mattresses, buffets, dining tables and  chairs, draperies," bliods, braes pole trimmings, carpets  and   linoleums  Write for our catalogue. .   . ~   , p. o. box.1502 .4~  Send The Leader  To Your Friends  Empress  Hotel  European PIan--50c to $1  Private telephones in every room  Hot and cold Tunning water.  Poolrroom, bar, barber sho*  Prince Rupert, B.C..  HOPPS & DUKER CO.  Fire and  Burglar Proof  Time Locks  Bank and Safe Deposite Vaults  Jail and Prison Work  W. O. NORRIS, President  330 Cordova St. West  R. A. OSWALD. Local managei  .    VANCOUVER, B.C.  Signs  of every descriptio-i at lowest prices  anywhere in British Columbia  Simple  Fairbanks-Morse  MARINE   ENGINES  TWO  424 Cordova  VANCOUVER  HICKS & CAUTHERS  Pool Hall  TOBACCOS,  CIGARS,  CIGARETTES  CANDIES   AND  SOFT DRINKS  BOOKS,   MAGAZINES,  DAILIES  Masset, Graham Island,  Reliable  Economical  CYCLE  B-J--45 horse   power  FOUR   CYCLE  4^���������40 horse power  Write for Catalogue    M23  The Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Company,  AM es Martint, MASSET  , ARjat Q, ueen Charl otte Islands  /   " 1  VAN COUvER, B.C  M  ������1 R.  Vftgf'  *fer  /  As an investment promising a large increase  in value Masset Property  is now very low.  Asa location   for  sawmills,  boat building and  kindred   industries  Masset desires investigation. ���������������������������-..  To parties who have the knowledge to conduct such  appropriate lines  special inducements will bo given to locate at Masset.  Real Estate dealers who can handle a portion of   the  Masset Townsite  will find this worth investigating.  Masset is now the business centre of all the development of  Graham  -Island.  Address the owner  ALBERT DOLLENMAYER  or  JAMES   MARTI N, Local Agent MASSET, B .C  t3.  1  A.     I  .      .     .       ,'  1 J    <..."/.-   ���������>. i  -  l'r..i*    ,;��������� *<-'.'.. ������w'i  MatMgtWTgrp***:  ivr  T���������rrrt���������irrwrrr!���������r^i*-r-^**^m35ij.*3jv-.rjj(i' ',('���������������������������. -v^T^l ��������� -,-':  ���������.'iV!       *.- 'H :-���������-���������. aw-ir-.- . \ Or ������������������'> ���������-.-. ."���������.-!! vi.". ~i- .''   ���������   ii-i  "If������������������*    IJ' ^l1     L"'  1   ���������.  1     '*  4  "i" !���������" "j}"-  0  ������������������    W  1< ���������   -j-    \r-.' *.���������"��������� <������������������-..    ..   ir    |l-/,j���������.'-1i|r1-/l'%n.,1  Vj*-J  ������������������������������������j. III.  (.!'.<:  m  REASURC CHEST  '"lfirstfr ������f���������  Boynd, to, fitness V^jiderfnlDevel  ../ .:Ment in Next Decades     i  ,!��������������� ���������������->>'<:'.  EYES TORNEDimS'WAY  Islands   at   last   are   Attracting,  vn  ...Ton:  _^0fl-a-4ir6et- H ive-f-rom-Hoi>g-Ko������ g-  Griham island la   less than  .5200  riules^. frpm ������Shanghai^47flp; iroin-4,u0j.e  flian   one   hundred- whales  Kobe, 410Q; from' Yokohama,,3720;' wero captured and thirty thousand  bosoni of Mother Earth. The timber and fishery wealth compares  with any on the coast. With the  warm winds from the Japan current the climate.cannot be excelled  in^xn^r^wptiter/ Me rainfall-  is not excessive"as In some parts of  the 'Pa<������fic~������OH;st. ^raas grows  green the year round. "     ,  '<������������������ On Virago sound which cuts m.*^  Graharh������������������island  .for ten  miles   are  ~~-.r;-r-A.������--. ���������--.���������>-���������"-.-.-I" ' ,��������� T.1'5.       ' '    ���������'���������-' '  with the ��������� steamer service and the  nearing of completion of the Grand  Trunk Pacific railway.        ;  The wealth and' beauty of the  islands must be seen to be appre-  ciatejl. Ql-^am isfaiMTniS^ma^  more progress in' one? ��������� year than  Vancouver island did in -lerf1**- The1  half a "century then .open.ed.~l he  ���������iey.eea'>;of! the. world'"iovvTyapcoifve'^  a whaling station and salmon cannery which during last year which,  was"the first of Its history, turned:  outT.'iargoiipnpfita   for the   owners.,.  J.t   is   the  first.placc ���������the   G.T.P,  ��������� steamers will pass on their way to  "an'dTroni the Orient after-tlic trans-  '���������" continental railway's in operation T  The islands of the'Queen Charlotte  /group have a commercial situation  tliat~cannot"bot mean   tTieir   rapid  cases.of salmon^exported. ~   .'- -  On Masset inlet towns are spring-  nn^up: - mdus'tries-aT-e startod'aiui  settlers are   clearing the   land for:  agricultural pursuits:-'  Among the east coast, from Mas-  seTtoT-iueen   Charlotte  City,  pre-.  c-nvntorsbv the hundreds are taking  r ...���������*..*������������������    .. ���������  settlement ��������� within    the,   next   few  years,   for'the    tr^d of,;.-travel  is Sip, land   and   making   hames.   At  westward and the slogan of the per-   Skidegate   and   Aliford    bay   cold  storage plants   and   canneries are  in operation'or'under construction.-  '"-'son who has-1 battled witlf extremes  of 'heat aiid cold", is -"westward."  Here is. the last great area of chea-p-  agriqult.ural land -British- .Goi.u-mbia  has to'dispose of. , The islands-are  only about fo]i-ty.���������rni(l,esJrqni,I'rinc.tt  Rupert, th^.tqvm in us of. the-Grand  ^T/unJk Pacific  rajhyay,  and, fhere-  ,for, they, areea^VjJo reach at,small  cost from the mainland..), ,,.,-,     .   M  .���������-���������Five years  ago the  residents.^ of  G-raham.lsland,; th.e.-largest of.,this  could.be :,qqunted,op one's fingers.  TtronipariUiyeJ.y, little,.was .known bf  the islaud,': natural   resources..   In  fa^t,,tjie|poutside, ...vvorld s^l, knows  comparatively little of. the -naturjil  resources in .the; sea   surroundinjg  the   isfen-ds-and-=hidden-in-- the  1?  ���������:il;X\.:  i.j>  These give employment to hundreds  of)Uien*aud!tti6meni.w-.;. ��������� n   '���������:'  On the   shores of-.Tasso    harbor,  .at;,.J[ed\viVy, Gold hhrh,or,.Loekport  and   other places gold, i silver -ami  .coppen mines a re, being developed.  ..Along the...'-west. coasit,*-at Tiahn  pointiiadi oil dri.1 is,in operation for  fhere- are mur.vellov.s .indications of,  ���������oil- there.    On, tho:Yakoun-"river,;  .Slate ,Chuck) crock.-, and-.i Ghown  point, drills have  been at wostk on  ���������t-hft-.-iCoal, ,beds, which,   underlay   a  ia-rge area .of-the,-island.   .... ..j--.  All that.bas retarded .th������vislajuls  in the-'pasthas been lack -of transportation.    This-is being'"overcome  ~        '���������'     '   VrcV v,     -~ ��������� >. >  ��������� - -������  island.   What will the next decade  brin|.to   a l^i|d, oy.ei^Lpwin������   wit^ ,,,.,..    ^ ,. t-  all the outside world now^requires?  The tend of  travel is in this direc-.  000 and those desiring  to take ad-  vantage of .the opportunities   must  '|iot let the";gilas3"igrow under their  feet.  W. L'. Barfdn   Has    closed   his  diamond drull'camp for the. winter.  ... i       ��������� =������������������ .   --" - -  The drill probably will sta,rt,agam  m two months. ,,  "'���������'"Fred Nash," P.* L. S., expects to  complete- 'the���������* subdivision' of the  new town of Graham Centre in a-  f6\v da.vs.  i       >���������" '       ' ���������, ������  '. -'Ala'ii'' EJ-'Jessup   was here this  week from the   Blue Jacket  ratio!i.  S-  Alan Stewart, of the B. C. Oilfields, is expected back from the  West Coast.  C. M. Adam of Graham Centre  ffl^ept se\se-i:al da^s  in-^as|&^  this  ws^f '".������������������"������������������ ���������   '���������''      r,\^\.  ���������-^���������'  ' . -.'���������   \.-o   1-' ��������� '���������  l^ryfj^lu1 ,&.Co^ ���������  Wholesale    grocers    and   produce  ..--- -~r.-; ���������ni-ei-cliarits'^---'-"  We   sell   direct   to   the^tensumer  ' v'i  Pivince Ttupert, B.C.  " "B.'L. TTNGLEY, .Proprietor'  ..-���������"'*    ',       '������������������  Most modern   hotel   on the Queen  CJuudotle Islands  ''      ���������  ������������������'; .     * ?.-.' ... '  Qheenstown, B.C  50  JEWELLERS  OPTICIANS '  r c  ���������:   4  '    We carry the largest assortment'  of jewsellery   and!   Xmae;  good?-; in  Northern Britisn Columbia.  ���������-Special attention 'paid "'to- 'mail  Orders.    1   '  v   y>"y'\ '''"':. '"''     '���������  ..-! 1. '���������'''���������' -       ���������'*���������-' '',   i...':.  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