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Array li"fvv* 4V/  NEARrSHORE  Chris. Matthews of Reserve ftHs  BODY SOON RECOVERED  the'wierdness of' their, /moaning  and sobbing, was, pitiful to behold  and listen to/'1  "' The body ,was taken to' the In-  di&n village that' evening and an  inquest was held Sunday by Core-  ner'Harrison apda jury. Borne oi  the witnesses were inclined to sen  sure-Mr. Edenshavr for not havin  Railway to Oil fields  Of) the Yakoon River  The  Vancouver Sun of Dec. 13  contains   an   article  stating that  plans for a tn\-mile railway run-  ^ ning from   Rennell  sound to the  I oil fields on the Yakoun river have  MSMGHI .MASS,  \ ?lli|li|itilltllll^liiis  ' lev. Faiher McDonald celebrat-  ������taicjnjght mass Christmas morn-:  3|at Uoion Hall, Delkatlah. The  tendance was large, it being th������  *-^>  Efforts to iescsscJtst*- fif������ Were  ^ The waters of Mataet inlet claim-  <  ed another victim Satorday when  Christopher Matthews, a member  of the Haida band of Indians, met  . bis death near the Masset wharf.  Matthews, Henry Edenshaw and  'bougiass Edenshaw left the Indian  village shortly after noon on Saturday to transact eome business at  Masset.   Just before reaching the  wharf hereM/xtthews came up from  the cabin, and   in some   way  lost  his   footing   and   fell , overboard.  Henry Edenshnw. who was at the  wheel, heard some one shout thit  there was   a man   overboard   and  immediately put   the boat around.  No one   noticed" Matthews  fall  from the launch, hut seveutl heard  the splash. Matthews came to the  surface once after falling overboard.  He evidently could  not swim and  was threshing the   water with his  hai.ds in an effort to remain afloat.  He was then seen to throw  up his  hands and his body sank.  C. M. Adam of Graham Centre  was just about docking his launch  when the accident occurred. He  got his boat out to where Matthews  had disappeared and after eome  time by the aid of a pike polp, located the body in about eight feet  of water .and brought it to the surface. The body was:, still warm.  Arthur Robertson, James Cauth-  ers, Al Orr, Sam Ives and several  others began tho work of rescusci-  tation and Dr. Graves was at once  summoned. The usual methods  were employed by emptying the  lungs of water and Dr. Graves and  his assistants worked many hours  in an unavailing effort to restore  life.  The relative* of Matthews at the  village were notified and a large  number came from the village.  By this time Dr. Graves was  convinced    thav < Matthews    had  a dinghy with him, but it was  shown that it was the custom of  owners of gasolina launches, plying between the village and Mas-  net, to use their discretion in this  matter. A verdict of accidental  death was returned.  c  ^ The deceased was about 25 years  of age and a stepson of Wm. Matthews, as well, known resident of  Masset reserve/The funeral was  held yesterday afternoon from the  Indian village and was very largely attended.  In The Leader's report of the  hospital building meeting, last  week the namo of Indian Agent  Thomas Deaty was inpdvertently  omitted as a member of the building committee. Thin committee  will begin workfJ.*hortlyv after New  Year's and co template doing  much work before spring.  been financed by San Francisco  and Portland capitalists, the promoter -being Mr. C. D. Emmons.  The same interests, it is also as-  ���������erted, are planning to start operations boring for o:l near the Wil-  eon and Robertaon camps. ,  The Leader hopes that the news  is true and that the capitalists  mean business. We believe that  oil and coal in paying quantities  will be found on Graham Island  but the finding will necessitate the  H celebration   on   the island of  knight; mass. Father McDonald  covered an eloquent sermon on  ^occasion,   taking   for his test  ^birth   of the   child Jesus and  Porting his. hearers to bring up  tar children   in   the fear of the  ^aigh'ty   and   teach   them to be  tore in mind and heart.   He also  .     ^l '���������  ode a; plea  to all  to give liberal  e?port?to  the  clergymen of the  iand who   were   combatting the  jwprs'of evil and the advances of  aieism   and   concluded  with his  f, i'.  hutySgood   wishes   for  a Merry  Cristmas.  u^tez-  ,.r-4',fo.-'..,.,.  ���������&JM^!~It''.:'������i'  ^ay|ei|niniipa||^  under the auspices of the Overseas  olu^  indeed and afforded a great deal of  rpl<^ure^^  ^^fc^;^^^:.:^.,'^^^������^STO^a������^l<'W.j?ffl|^  iilMNiiiiiM  expenditure of a very large sum off  A special   song   service was one  GtfRSSTJtiAS WEATHE&  Few section of thp earth were so  nicely favored with fine weather  as Graham Island during Christmas week and' for many weeks  prior thereto. There was just  enough tinge of frost in the atmosphere at nights to make a blanket  comfortable, but there was not &  particle of snow and the sun smiled down o*days on a bright green-  clad island that looked ^ood to  the man who had left his snow-  covered home in the prairies to  take up his'residence, here-  money. The people of Graham Island will warmly welcome capital  to be spent in the development of  legitimate industrieo and it is hop  ed that this new company propot^  ing Ut develop thti oil fields will enter upon the work ae speedily as  possible.^inflRxake-a success of the  enterprise.  oLhe.featuresof the mass, several  laies"' and gentlemen supplying  tb talent. At the close of the ser-  i  yje Messrs. ^. Harrison and C. M.  Milwjn made brief addresses e������lo-|-^j vi������" i';^i:^^^  - ^i^ ������  wirK on the island^' ^,,  the school room.  ^fMr^0:Hiir^^  man and no better selection could  b������������n made. His witty sallies  : b^ugM^pwn^ the":'lioufer������^������^-:  ly and he entered into the spirit of  'thej'^ChriBtmas/lfesti  evening;-.Swith:^aII^the/ai^br-'o<f:'a  ;s^ool;b^.';';;;i^|^  ������������������'���������^The^jpjrojj^  b^ little^Miss^iDayisf Bairrett and  Carter^: fpllowed; by a��������� > election by  .pje who;a|^ndedJfand^ -������rfM������? faHtfha^lhMiiiiicArf^He^J  berwmguaged by thecapacityof  ,.iW^.i,.,.L. ...,-,���������.:.,. ..���������.-���������.���������,:_������������������...:.-.!.;��������� .,.:-;li.:,<,..J.-,    a.-,���������v.-..,...  :\'..-..:,:    fxwrxij.^;.^^^  ,|������h������riithi:Prince1*Ib^  n������M7nnVll^'1H;:fli.'a������nAitnlMm������'hwv%w^  heirjtnp|heTOpti^  wpu^im^nHtWt^J^e;  is1s^f^pald|.b^IwM  transportatiq  Dec, .  ^ ._ ^  "'"' ' ���������������������������'���������������������������- ������������������������������������>-'���������������������������' ���������"'������������������'Vr",^,~'-'''-"'\..^i^ic.^^::j:a^jfe  0..,;.������..^V.^-^������.������������yIJ|i..i������������(..>4:.V..;:;���������������������.^  and others, immediately began to  began (; to^ the,  :rawilj^b^ wire-  Services wtre held last Sunday  evening in the dining room of the  St, Ives hotel by Rev. L. A. By  grave of the Presbyterian church  the spaciouR room being thronged.  Mrs. O. W. M. Hughes assisted by  Mr. Thomas and the congregation,  rendered several selections pertain-  ine to the Yule festival. Another  Sunday night service is being planed by Mr. Bygrave.  Mr; Wilfrid Hughes. Pey^Mr.By}  grivegave^> reading from W M.  {���������and';'J'.r>.^Ii]^ - *'l\on 4if  gling Father   McDonald   and b^l|||gg!^^ ;the  &t5o$fafr������fii^Gc^^ citing  i������UU*a*aHMMinMaw������awf|iaa>ai^M*'������F*l*"������*>HW4������BBnaniB.       ������- t>������ i'/rr~l .-'���������"���������-<���������'������������������'"'������������������"���������,-'>T..*t" ���������'���������<" .'-"*-*7^\ -v1  L. - t ������������������v-'J'i' f*i.':������ i1'-,-.",!  _     a���������Th**������������5w������:������T**- -^-" ~    ^\iteUWii.ftr^������^ti^lKS-gSC'������  Ben.    Edinger,   a preemptbr ai  Nadu, was in town   last week. Mr, <  -G^-r^r*^^1^ '">" "    WjM^fc$������**^^ here  Ben.    JLdinser.   a  ureamninr ������'it:J^^^?vK-^^^V-:;:i;^^^'^^v i-^^^;^;^:^5^i!*v^*i:;:::'^  ���������/h$":A'���������" 1*PW&t.;^!*jn^^bfe.the'[in the matter of transportation and  piano. ''On- ^Ii    Kod ^  Edinger likes the country po well  that he sent bark to his old home  in Idaho a number of copies of The  Leader, with invitations to come  north and gron* up with the coun-  try.  Mr. and Mrs. Hauser and four  children arrived on the last boat  to take up a home at Echo Lake,  near Woden. Mrs. Hauser is a sister of Mrs. Ries Dill of Woden.  Christmas services were held at  noon today by  Rev.   W. Hogan at  passed to the beyond   but some of the   Anglican   church, the sacred  A number of pleasant. Christmas  dinners in Masset wore features.of  the anniversary. The hotels kept  open house and served splendid  meals while a very large, number  of private dinner parties were given, the hosts excelling -'.themselves  in entertaining their guests. Wild  geese, wild duck and turkey graced  ths board;of. many houses here on  Christmas day.  the dead man's relatives were not  satisfied/The body was brought to  Martin's warehouse where hot water and other appliances were used  but by 5 o'clock in the evening  hope was abandoned. Then followed the customary keening of the Indians ��������� principally women��������� and  edifice being comfortably filled  with worshippers. Special musical  numbers were rendered by a choir  and Rev. Mr. Hogan delivered a  powerful address, all of-which was  much appreciated by the large audience. The church was nicclv dec-  orated for the occasion.  lav" wjis k'������������������pV-'i-.ti-r; ji? v excellent  voice by Mr. l.M;<Fr.j! who wae enthusiastically ��������� iVror'rr/SeteCtiOnlB  were also given by Master Clarence  Martin and by the Jhs-f-es Kathleen  and Rita Martin and I y Mr. H. A.  Lamb.  Father McDonald was called  upon for an addresr^and responded in a very happy manner. The  speaker very eleveriy handed the  chairman, Mr. Harrison, a few verbal bouquets and feelingly referred  to the pleasure all felt at having  Mr. and Mrs. Harrison take such  an active   interest   in  everything  year..;.;:--;;.;;-;  Yesterday -morning Mr. Martin  received -a wireless message from J.  0. McLeod, mail superintendent  at Vancouver reading as follows:  "Prince Albert leaving here  New Year's ;day. Makes Rupert  a nd Masset trip."  This response to the message  sent Mr. Clements was pleasantly  received by the people of the inlet.  Allowing four days for the trip the  Albert should touch at Masset on  or before Monday, Jan. 5.  A wireless-was also received by  Mr" Martin from Albert Davidson,  pertaining to the welfare of our is-1 aSent   at  Prince  Rupert,   stating  General "Pancho" Villa, (in centre) whe threatens to displace the  present rebel leader in Mexico. To th* left is Gen. Fierro and the  right Gen. Hodnguez.  land here. Mr. Harrison, later, in  fitting words, handed the bouquet  right back to the reverend father  and honors were declared even.  The distribution of presents for  the school children from the overflowing Christmas tree was then  made, with Mr. Condon in the role  of Santa Clans.  Before closing Mr. Harrison referred to the efficient work being  accomplished by the school teacher. Mr, Thomas Richards, and called for three cheers for the popular  instructor which, with a tiger, were  given with hearty good will by the  children. The singing of the national anthem concluded the program.  Mr. Siepof Woden, spent Christ-  maw in town with friendB.  that the Prince Albert would leave  there  for Masset'at midnight Jan  uary 4th,   which   would bring her  here, with fair  weather,  early on  the morning of Jan, 5th.  On behalf of the people of the  northern end of Graham island.  Mr. Martin wired Mr. Clement  their thanks for the hitter's interest in the matter of securing transportation at .this season of  the,, year. It was entirely due  to his activity that the people  of the inlet were not required to  wait for a whole month to receive  tlieir mail and the merchants their  supplies.  ������������������0"^^'������  The ladies are organizing a.masquerade to be held New Y"ar'f,  night. Everybody welcome and a  good time promised. Lunch will be  served by the ladies.  , M  f )   IB  r������l \1*\*  ������n;;^*wr-'^n*<fh"  ������������������^���������l������"l ���������)������������������ ap ������������������ *���������    i  \f '-' *^#N'''^  i?ireT80iistxenaet-ine������������re;notUiea tnat tenaers  ��������� ,.������������ r������----'iMA'M--'-v"-wrt-rtii'> a������-o ;;-&*--v- .^will;iBo^6ft������consla^eil^nless.:riiadei'oif-'-the  .,    ^rsfeKU!>.^;jNOy^Uft>^.lp;-^ ^;-^'l BrtntM^orinsirappliediiaii^ slgnedwithithclr  g^&i^>y&^^&fc^ti������������&3;:i feS? ':c: 1; act ual^lgnaturesj-fstatingS t hei r: been p-  ^������^^W^^M?^iM^^^'$^WM^S^$  ition^prc^lctori  of^lu^tp&iC^^  fqr^liceiise;^to;;prospect iorlcoa  $?������$^^  :cej^  ^'���������mX::}-:WMzewtiw  thetfce^iw^ :  Wi  twhjBreyeitJH^^  iP^aiiBd^^  ;^^||;;:Bj������nV^n;Hi^n  gppfieisats .  t;.;&;|u;nt^him sel f (the1* altnbutjes;pT'mqri;  v:3 tal man  virtue He   exemplified  above all  others. His first breath of, life in a  ; stable; His last upon a; cro3si and  l:the years between one grand scene,  of aileviatine! sorrow and pain, In  all walks of life we celebrate   this  anniversary  above  all others, trie  happiest we have known,  whether  we are   young   or   old. With the  passing of the   years, we  all look  back and there remains some recollection of those from whom we are  . 3������parated,   and    recollections    of  . home and  childhood   days. Here  on our islands, there will be many  regrets at losing the old-time festivities; but   the hearts of the pioneers will be just as warm and the  greetings just as cordial as those  of former   days, when surrounded  by those   we have   left far   across  .   the sea.   It   will   be   well during  this season of joy and good ftdlov?-  'Dffi|re||pf;|i^si8ita ht)iHorticulturi8|;  iffe$:^o^  ;;;:?.Iiifo^  'gdwpt^  tenders  i -the  their  :upntlbns  and places of residopce. Iu the case of", firms  tfle^aotUal^lRiiatureStne?nature ibfTthe deou  .th'e^rtmbuii^o.^.tuettcn^  feltea:4f the'Jpersoh/tendering de<:liae to enter  .'lnto;.B-jrohti$Qt^li'en''caUed:::'upoiir.to'"do'.-8dior-  >te^;t6''c6mple(8^tlie^^b'rk:fcbntracted';Xfor3':U  the tender .benbt^^iccepted-the cheque will be  ^returned^s^iaS*:^^  jaThevDej^ttmeBfdoePfiiot bind Itself to ac-  ������ep;t>the:'lowe8t?������r?iinSr:iender.;"; ���������'��������� ^;>���������^w-..v?v;>;'k  S;������^^P^By^rder:"^."j:>:--'--. :---"s:, :;..;.;;;���������  ...^^^.^.i.^p^.':;.-^^ . ��������� Secretary-. -V1. i;  ���������I^Ne^papers^ll^t,fbej>ald for  this Bdver-  tliieraent"JHh'ey^fhserr It ^without authority  ,frbm.'tlie>'I)eMAniienti'-^9iOT.'i-;'^'--.-v:'-r'^'v..'^.v.'r.--.i/  ^/^^^t^fc^^^^K^S^-^^^^^-^y -���������--;';'.-'1-v^ >--'^;'; -^v:j^;  |?|EJ^i^^iNn%RS^dres^  8ignea|SandS endorsed^''Tender^ for; FubUcr  BuUdin^Port^lbernW B. C.,'! will^j^/r  ed at tbteoffice until 4:0p P-m-^^^E^^;  v**2fc^  i'-ii;U-������ii.-:if'i  !VAssi8tantfHbrtiiEulturisti;?  Mrs. A. A. Murphy, Prop.  GOOD M!AIS AT All HOURS  The Best the Markets Afford  Beds 35 Cents and Ujj���������AH dean and New  -iv^yKSfts^vi '*-;>>''iftteA^>^^fiS^'^^'i> S-!.'  ^G: C.} Grange^ Proprietor  G������veniraent Telephone Office  Home Made Bread For Sale  ihe Misset leader  IS 'YOURS  :  For A Whole- Year  ��������� Dry.::Goods, Groceries, Boots  and Shoes, ^Hardware, Furniture.  Household Drugs; Fresh and Sail  Meats, Boat Supplies.  If our stock don't contain your  wants we can order anything on  short notice. Gasoline Boat for  Hire.   We want your Eggs.  -, ������, jpeciflcatlf"-���������- -.���������.���������.7 .-.        .^  beiseeri anailbrftiii'lot tenderwobtafrcd*1^110  office of the-dnaersfgtfed^Tofltinasters at Port  Alberni and at Nariaiirio;; arid + Mr.' AiJ.Ohls-  holm, Caretiiker-PubUt BWlldinK.Vancouver.  a Persons tendering are; tibfifled ;tbatJ tenders  will 'not be' cbnsiaered"unless--madesron the  forms supplied, and signed ^with their actual  stgnaturea, stating;-their ocrupatlons and  plnce of residence. :In::the case of^nims, the  actual signature, tbb nature of the occupation;  vund-'place of miderice*of each member of  ;the-nrm'.mu8t be-'giverti^i-.^.^?';,^^^^^-'^  Each tender must be accompanied ;by an a&-  cepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to  the order of the Honourable the Minister, of  Public Worts, i:qual to ten per cent (10 P. cO of  the amount of the tender,: which will be for-:  feited if the person tendering decline .to enter  into a contract, when called upon to do so, or  fail to complete the work- contracted lor. If  the tender be not accepted the cheque will be  'returned."---;:'"::./:'-.    :'-KJ,i:'--^ ������������������":'���������.���������'/���������������������������', I". -'''!-'";'' ':'���������'.���������  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest brany tender, /"     " ui.������A������v.'-���������"���������'���������'-'  '       WM.HENDERSON,  v - : - Resident Architect.  Department of Public Works,        ���������;,:,.  Victoria, B. C, December 9,-191&. . ,  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they Insert it without authority  from the Department..- V-      -      .;.-,-;.  Outfitting Point for  Northeastern Graham IshnJ  '' ������������������������      Victor Griamophones  fre\0m t������ Tow lit'and Way Points  frm and to Masset  Alto  i person to the agent or sub-agent  <:t in which the rights applied for  ��������� '~N.   '  Synopsis of Coal Mining  Regulations  fCUL Mining rights of the Dominion, In Man-  ^ itobH.SsHkalchcwttn "and Alberta, the Fulton Territory, the Northwest Territories, and  luaqortionof the Province of British Colum-  t'ife. may be leased for- a term of twenty-one  years at an annual rental of $1 ������p ftcre. noi  more than 2,500 acreB will be leased to one  applicant.- ..-.-. .   -  Application for a lease must be madehy tne  Applicant in  ������>f the <lUtri������  Hre������ltuated. .., .  .     ,. .  In surveyed territory the land must he ������es-  cribnd by sections, or legal subdiviHionB of  "ei-tions, and in unsurvcyed'"territory the tract  "PPlled for shall be staked out by the appn-  eant himself. : ���������   ,   .  K���������  Knch appllciition must be acwropanied t>y  a lee of V> which will be refunded if the npt)  applied for are not available, but not otherwise  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at the rate of five c������nts per  ton. . J*  Tht person operating the mine ������B*ri''*tf'n,/������  tlicftgent with sworn returns ft������������un}ln*l���������*������J  tlifi tail quantity of merchantable coal mined  ������������'l pay the royalty thereon. II tbe coalmin-  iiR rights are not being operated, *U���������*%'  turmgi,ould be furnished at least once ft ye*"  The lease will include the coal nilning rights  oi'ly.but the lossee may be P*'mltt'e.d.^ ������,/v*  thiwt whatever available surface ri?&U may  be considered norwwftry for the worklnfi of the  mine at the rate of 610.00 an ton.       ���������        ..  'or full informauon ������PPlloBllo5Lflh<r'V1,h2  Interior, Ottawa, or to o������F ���������gent oo; rob-e@aat  of Daemon l^oda w. W. Cp?Ji������4*������  :';i^-^Scl������l$-af:>MlBesi^fart$s^^&  Will Undertake Jo: Examine MinfRa  .^���������?S'rAli;"?ily'ii3rtOM4:m  landlandsorKeal Estate  j.-V:i^,^Eor^Halei!includ������nfl'Rev.er^lifeai>:!  O^^^Blockslfr^nting^nl-ill^^  v^::':.  ^*.W������ekty^Trtpi ;io;|*iw!ou.|,!^,:-.,. -.. v ^: <% ,\t  ^gfl^llfl^ftrji^^vl^Frid^  ||t:-'|^p^tf'K>r^h������rterIS^t8  .^ji^r^Mwi^^ ^.;',-''' '  flls;;Api������iylw;:||gg:M^  K^^Henry*Edensna"w^t,'Ma3set;''":.' -.jj^'-v'.  Striipspiii^  those seeking agrWural lands I  purposes."!fce Masset Leader'  will furnish free of charge re������  *:  of Graham Island: We iiave no  flaMfoitow^  af&fwe ^onnecte^  ieitetei^lahd-seing: /#������#  ||^l^^t^rahairn|I^  .-���������jw :->;v. .ff s3i-  '*:���������;���������  '*>>Vt>  .... v^"^V^  2|Mas>eps:(?!deM^niEMo^  :f||BiMient^Tabte;|f:Spe     Rates to Ste^v^^rders;  Clean, Airy Rooms    -) .,���������- j^ne:^^-^:;.::-  ; jiiors..  WHOLESALE M RETAIL MEKCHANt  EVERYTHING IN MERCHANDISE, SURVEYORS and PROSPECTORS OUTFITS  Motor-boat^Supplies oi all Kinds  Oas Engines and Machinery  Agent For  Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.       Holliday   Engineering Co.  Gas Engines and Mnchincry  Commercial Union Fire Ins. Co.    %   Oliver Typewriter Co.  RIBGWAVS TEAS and COfFEES J BUGK'S STOVES and RANGES  > EASTMAN KODAKS and SUPPLIES  Goods Delivered to sny Point at Reasonable Rates  We Will Handle all Kinds of Produce  JfOTORBOATFOKHIRE  iassef V Qjieeosiowo ^ Nado River'V Sewaffl  ^iaas������t>������m=^������r=n������>^^^  awMuagBinaawi11  ws^jS^^^l^liSK^i^ffl  iwiSiSf������if:r rT^Aj^A'  V    '>-    ,     f  ������    ,t  W  I     1  Edmonton, Alta.;, Dae. S.~P������- W Bfow flower ���������������* it to an-  vMe advices torn 1^^ to m  financial  amg*mente ' have >������������ wadi������������������* to l������&a ���������>*  completed in England to bttild tfee-j, t<V   ^  Alberta, Peace River; a������d Eastern  \ \^      r  "-*������.  railway,  from \Hudson's E������jpVtb  ,,:  the Pacific, ocean; 2,&<K> 7ini!M.by'  / ^ ���������     '  wav of Edmonton ,and Peace, Bw-  '     ^-* l'^ekCrossing,' with,a branch line to  ���������-   '*        "'-<������������������*'   yortjioMurray. H.MttskettKing.  jirice president o! the railway - com*  < c  '- f  M^jMiioi^mi n   ii i   panyandH.  H. Williams, chief  . engineer^ who have been  in Sag*  land eince last summer, <> are e*-  -''     'it.  pected to return to' Edmonton the  latter part of this month. A raeet-  log of the  shareholders . has been I Miw^M'  , called in'Edmonton for December  *     v ���������-    i,     <���������-���������"  2N, hut as all the stock' is; bold in  - Great Britain, it will be adjourned  to London. The  promoters of the  'railroad claim it will be the shortest transcontinental   line^oalhp  "How  often,"' mused  a  globe  '      *       ���������r' ������ '   ' t' i  trotter, *'do our best endeavors to  do good to this .dark and dreary  world goastiay. r    .  '' "Now. I ' remember  a friend of  mine who   was   a country editor.  The local school teacher was going  to leave and he wrote a nice piece  about her, telling of her many ad-  mirable  qualities,   of her success  with the' school, and  winding up  with the.senterice: 'We recommend  to our   friends   who  - i'  have ;eecured her services, not  ������looe for her'delightful personal  traits, but for' the reputation for  -teaching she ��������� bears.'  "Next time I saw  the editor he  was galloping,along, fallowed  by  the schoolmarm,' who was yelling  North American continent. ur-1 at'every jump, that ������he never  veyors have beeirover  the prop"*' \ taught a she bear in her life."  i'  '1  %  if  Y,  I  FOUR  XVCOB  4^���������40 horse powarj.  n '  *r������/ j.,1"- ' - r  ,r  "-1   '  7,. -     v        I  ><'������,  James Mabtim. MASSET  Agen|/Queen Charlotte Island4; *  VANCOUVER, B.C^^*;^  Norris Safe & Lock Co. Ltd  Fire and  Burglar Proof  Bank and Safe Deposit Vaults  Vault Doors  Time Locks  Jail and Prison Work  W. 0.- NORRIS. President   B. A. OSWALD. Local Manafeei  5.   5?"'1  u-  >s  usiness Houses  Prince Rupert, B. C.  Wholesale   grocers   and  produce  - merchants  Wc   sell   direct   to   the consumer  For be3t values in  Boots and Shoes  Prince Rupert, S. C.  Agents for  Walkover, Invlctus, Queen  Quality  The genuine Penetang pack  Goodyear Rubber boots, etc.  J. S. GRAY &  Prince Rupert, ������S. C.  Watchmakers, Jewellers, Opticians  Musical     Instrument       Dealers  We carry a special line of  Christmas gifts, watches, clocks,  jewellery, cut glass, umbrellas,  handbags, violins, guitars, etc.  f    CENTRAL HOTEL  i        Prince Rupert, B. C.  j  ���������n  t  i A comfortable, up-to-date hotel  where Graham Island settlers  stop when thev visJLthe terminus  of the G.T.P. Railway.  First Class Dining Room  Rates Reasonable  ROYAL HOTEL  The only steam-heated hotel In the center of  the business district, -with a firstelaw safe in  connection.  Prince Rupen  CORl-KY* BURGESS  Proprietors  the   pioneer   druggist  PRINCE RUPERT  REX ALL  agent  Two stores, complete stock oi drugs  ���������   ���������.       *>��������� ���������  and sundries always in stock.  Kodaks, films and supplies.  Especial attention   given   to  mail  orders.  Agents    for    Victor  gramophones  and records.    .  Wholesale Liquor  Company  Prince Rupert  6* C.  Agents for  ROYAL ARMS SCOTCH  HEIDELBERG & SCHUTZ BtERS  Full Stock of Wines & Liquors  nrnan  SPECIALIST  Glasses Accurately Fitted  Artificial Glass Eyes  Ov������r Onne's pruj more    Sttcoml Ave  PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.  Fred Stork's Hardware  710 8eeond Ave.  Prince Rupert, B. C.  Curpeiiters' Tools HuikleiV lUrilwarc  Ship Chandlery Wire Table Rope  Iron Pipe Steel Blocks Fishing Tackle  Pipe Filling* Pumps VHlven  Rlllcs A Shotguns Ammunition Hose  Paint Stoves A Ranges  -Ruhbcroiri  Roofing Ctirrugalctl  Iron  -We Sell   Nothing  but the   Ib-Ht"  ���������Established VJ08.  STEEN & HEBERT  Sheet Metal Works  PR I NCc RUPERT. B. C.  Tar  und  Omvi-I   Roofing        Skylights  Cornices Furniu-cs Roofing  Ship  Work   Repairing   Cetiersl  Work  ChlmnoT Flashings a Specialty  (Sole   agents   for    Stanley   pianos  Special Attention. Given to Mail Orders  PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.  Limited  Wines, liquors. Soda Water Mfrs.  Sole Agents for  P & 0 SCOTCH     COWAN'S  PERFECTION        00      BLACK  & WHITE    BUDWEISER    OLD  GERMAN LACER      ETC.  Rest and  Urgest   Stock in  Northnj-n   B.C.  Prince Ruport, B. O.  Fine Tailored Clothing  W>ite, or if in town call on,  MARTIN O'REILLY  Prince Rupert, B. C.  EMPRESS HOTE  Prince Rupert, B. C  European P!cn--50c lo $1  Private vlephones in every room  Hot and rol<i running water  Poo! room, bar, barbershop  McRAE BROS., Ltd  Stationers and Printers  -; When   in   Prince Rupert    Masset  Inlet settlers stop at the  Zit Compiete-Slearns'  "The Only Complete Remedy Wh  Juarajileed tyonej Back."   A New  "Antiseptic Treatment For all Forms  ot Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  Destroys Germ Life.- $6-Package.  W.J. McCutoheon, Distributor  Prince Rupert, B. C.  Prince Albert  Gramophones, architects ami engineers supplies, kodaks, loose leaf systems. Remington;  typewriters, otllce furniture. i  Prince Rupert, B. C.  ������������������*���������*��������� *���������������**"*���������*������������������������������������*���������* '���������* ���������������������������������������������  ; W-l-N-D-S-0-R|  NEIL MACKAY  City Property and Farm Land  313 Fult'-n Street  Prince Ruport, B. C.  Enquiries Invited  ! Turkish ."team bath free  Butchers and Provision Dealers   j to guests. First class Table and Bar  Prince Rupert, B. C.  ���������   ~"  i  Fish, Game, j  Fruits and Vegetables,    j^    ^m     HolTei  Our facilities for handling oul-j  | Besner   A   Uesncr,   Proprietors.  of-lown orders unexcelled. Tliis hotel is rnu on the European  Send  us your order.    We wi  ...'nlan.    All   the   latest modern im-  till  Arrives  at  Masset, Nov. 6th, and  every two weeks thereafter.  Connects at Prince   Rupert with  I palatial  steamers   Prince   Rupert  and Prince George for  Vancouver,   Victoria   and  Seattle.  If goinp; East or to the Old  Country this winter use these  steamers and also the Grand  Trunk Railway System from Chi������  cago. For full information, etc.,  apply to  Albert Davidson, Prince Rupert,  Box 1694.  j provements.  (ship by hoat.   No order too small!      Kxi-dient cmjine-Kimt cum s������rvio������        '   Enquire    about   Special   Xmaw  llo receive our heil alfenlion.      I First avenue     PRINCE RUPERT sailings.  ���������wsrwm  m~*trmm''  mm  .   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Fifty rail-  lion feet of fine timber within two miles and the best  millsite on the island.  Townsitc taces southwest, ha8 one and half miles of water  front and a magnificent outlook over Masset harbor.  ONE OWNER AND A  CLEAR TITLE.  No timber reservations.General store/postoffice and hotel  on the townsie. Special inducements to home buildere  and industries  You will look   into this some   day.    Why '  not NOW?   First come, firat served.    The  best  proposition   on the iQueen  Charlotte'.  -Islands,  ���������  ������������������   M  r     m  n.;Adam9 owner  Graham Centre. P. 0., B.C.  k. 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'SfsEi;.'';  ^#^#%S3^ IP;-;)  |lfli������l!^ ' sfe  ^||i<pn|an^|c^riing^ ": :1N^  ;^i^r^\3^#g.Sif.S-Kit^v4'M'?^  ||;vM|1a������hpK|S\v^  i#p:s^Mftj������^fp-ij������pfyi^^  ^V ^&!&$������?h:X&  6t,:vB^c.;;:-i^=r;p^-'5f;  - v;������.;."  ivfi^^s"  ^"Ifi.  ... ~ ���������-1  ;���������,������������������'���������!.'���������  V'.'V  sfe ���������  III  V^4  The natural outlet-of 200 square miles of rich farm, timber and coal lands, with a fine harbor for ocean steamers  Perfect shelter for launches and small craft. Fifty rail-  lion feet of fine timber within two miles and the best  millsite on the island.  Townsitc faces southwest, ha8 one and half miles of water  front and a magnificent outlook over Masset harbor.  ONE OWNER AND A  CLEAR TITLE.  No timber reservations.General store/postofrice and hotel  on the townsie. Special inducements to home buildere  and industries  You will look   into this some   day.    Wrhy '  not NOW?   First come, firat served.    The  best  proposition   on the iQueen  Charlotte'.  Islands,  w. Adam, owner  Graham Centre. P. 0., B.C.  **WW<:*  ���������.������-- *-<'*.**���������������������������������'*"���������**     ������������������'^","  ���������35  TT"  ^-

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