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Array Th^Fici^ce Rupert Optimist
....V*- \    -���;'-.   r.    r<\  J DAILY KHTTinM
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)L. II. NO. 10
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, January 18, 1911.
Price, five Cents
SON IS THE CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE
HE MEMBER FOR SKEENA  SELECTED FOR ADDED RESPONSIBILITY AS
MAYOR OF PRINCE RUPERT
ALD. PATTULLO ELECTED AGAIN
l J. Prudhomme Made Good Fight in Ward One���Defeated by Only Two Votes
and Will Demand a Re-count���Scenes in Election Contest���Victors
Held Joy Meeting in Empress After PoIH Closed
Cold an it was last night a crowd as*
Hnblt-sl nbout 7 p.m. at the City Hall,
and the Inst few minutes of polling
rere busy ones. On the stroke of
���ven the City Clerk ordered the doors
o Ik* closed anil the count commenced.
Ul the candidate! were present and an
lir of interna suppressed excitement
���mded tin* City Hull.
Rapidly as the count proceeded it be-
b*M mon* anil more evident that there
*u a Krowiii)- opinion in favor of Mr.
Vinson's chancel. Hy half past seven
ibere was no longer any doubt about
Mr. Mniisiiii led by over a hundred
In-.. - on tin* uiiotlicial figures.
Was K Cood    Loser
Mr. Mollis*-, made a thoroughly Rood
ots-r and Mr. Manson a reserved Winer. Congratulations handed out to
lim by his su|s|sorters and opponents
ritliin ths* hall  were quietly received
nil then __, n���[ ��� trace of chagrin in
Mobls-y'*. ii. knuwlidgenient   of
|i�� rival's victory.
" As soon as ths* first definite figures
we available Hi,- imult was 'phoned
ill over the city by the candidates to
fir intimate friends, and the Optimiat
all who enquired,     The count for
I aldermen   meanwhile   was   busily
|>rociHlin*{.
Excitement at the  Hall
Intensist Interest   prevailed  in   the
Tin* atmosphere was almost
suffocatingly hot. In the excitement a ;
ballot box key got mislaid and the box
had to be forced open. At the door
there was the insistent clamour of au
eager crowd, and faces were pressed
against the window panes.
Gradually as the figures piled up on
the tally sheets it became apparent
that not only was Mr. Manson elected
Mayor, but that he would be backed in
council by almost his whole list of aldermanie supporters. " It looks like a i
clean sweep for us," said Aid. Hilditch
keenly eyeing the figures, and ao it
proved to be. Aid. Pattullo alone was
elected out of the candidates opposing
Mr. Manson.
Cheered the Victors
As soon aa the Council was clearly
settled for 1911 the candidates relinquished their vigil at the City Hall
without waiting for the oflicial figures
or the final figures for the school
trustee election, it being evident that
Mr. O. H. Nelson was elected. As
they emerged from the City Hnll the
candidates were hailed with cheers.
May be a Recount
Mr. Manson's official majority is in.'..
There is a probability that a recount
may be called in ward 1 where Messrs.
Hall, Prudhomme and Morrisey polled '
123, 124 and 126 votes respectively. In
the event of theie being a recount the
effect  of  some  tendered   votes   may
.     DR. W. B. CLAYTON
One of the new aldermen for  Ward II
'ard 1
Ward 2
Total
157
272
429
134
190
324
7
6
13
8
FOR MAYOR
V
im Manson	
J>ankH. Mobley	
" Douglas	
Spoiled ballots	
Manson's majority, 105
FOR ALDERMAN-WARD 1
J��W, Smith	
J- W. Kerr	
W, Morrissey	
I* Prudhomme. .     124,
' Hall... .'     123
173
155
126
John C
mme.
FOR ALDERMEN-WARD 2
ffo-A. Kirkpatrick	
Fol-n Hilditch
.... 114
.... 284
  243
,M. Newton                                            .... 237
H-Clayton            ... 225
D- Pattullo  224
1- Palmer  184
I* C. Emmerson....               166
rv' H. Montgomery....                              161
Ij' H.Morrison                                            160
f-H. Mortimer .'.,'                   .....  142
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE
ll! !�� kelson..                          401
W-Anderson.... 333
alter the position nf these candidates.
Ther.* wero live of these votes in ull,
tendered by citizens owning property
but whose names did not appear on the
list. Such votes are only taken into
account in the event of a recount being
cnlled. Candidates desiring a recount
must put up -lnii.
In the Theatre
The conquerers foregathered in the
Empress Theatre where a large und-
ienee patiently awaited the verdict.
Their politiml color was manifested as
soon as Mr. Manson and his bunch of
supporters showed themselves upon the ;
platform, and when the official returns
were made known the audience went
wild with cheering. For the occasion a
few horns and hooters had been requisitioned, and these, with the aid of
eccentric cat calls anil other peculiar
forms of expression, contributed to the
making of a din that must bc almost
unique in the annals of I'rince Kupert.
Mr. T. Dunn presided. He took credit
for prophesying the result, appraised
the winners and condemned the losers.
Mayor's Thanks
Mayor Manson spoke a few words of
thanks, afterwards he referred to the
inclusion in the council of Aid. Pattullo.
Though Mr. I'littullo had criticised him
severely during the campaign he was
sure they would get along all right in
the Council Chamber In executing
jointly the business of the city.
Mobley's Medicine
Aid. Mobley was also  well  received.
He would not say  how sorry  he  was
that he had been defeated.    They would I
not believe him if be did.    It   was  the I
peoples will that be should  go   and  bc |
would take his medicine gracefully.
Aid. Smith found ample justification j
for his actions in  the magnificent sup-
port given him at the poll.
Pattullo  Still   Fighting
Aid. Pattullo was then  called  upon.
"Yoa have to pot It all ��ver us," he,
said, and so far as that goes 1 abide by
UN decision of the people. He went
on to speak of Mr. Manson. and speaking  very  feelingly  he  said  he was a
The Result of the Election
The majority of the electors who were able and cured to exercise their vote
made it clear at the polls yesterday that they prefer a politiciar-mayur to a
busineesman-mayor. In doing so they exercised the admit ted light of the
majority to say who shall be their civic rulerB.
During the campaign The Optimist did not conceal its opinion that the electorate would not make the wisest choice in selecting Mr. Manson and his associates. That opinion it still adheres to. The fact that its opinion is not shared
by the majority of those qualified to vote does not affect its belief, for intelligence in a democratic community is not to be counted by the numbering of
noses. Despite the old Latin proverb-maker, the voice of the people is very
rarely the voice of God.
On the other hand the Optimist welcomes the new Mayor and Council to
their duties. They have a great work before them, a work which might tax a
council of the ablest men in Prince Rupert. With a shrinking borrowing power
consequent on the exemptions the railway company is hoping to exact, with a
comprehensive waterworks Bcheme necessary, and with irrevocable pledges to
the day-labor system, they may find a difficulty to carry out even that one work,
with economy and success. The Optimist will stand loyally by the new Council
in its enterprises launched in good faith, und carried out with regard to public
economy. Hut any attempt to sacrifice the public weal to satiate the machine,
will meet with a rigorous and unflinching criticism.
If it was impossible to return Aid. Mobley as Mayor with a strong following,
then for his own peace of mind and good reputation it was better he should not
be returned at all. To that extent he is the object of sincere congratulation.
Aid. Pattullo has already discussed the possibility of resigning from the Council
in order that Mr. Manson and his followers may have an entirely clear slate,
and thus take all the credit or blame at the end of their term. This would lie a
mistake. Aid. Pattullo at least owes u duty to the ratepayers of Ward Two
who elected him in the face of a terrific onslaught by the machine, that he stay
in the Cou.icil as the watchdog on the people's interests.
All parties may feel a satisfaction, under the circumstances, that Mr. B. II.
Newton was not left behind in the race in Ward Two. No one worked for his
side harder than he, and it is but poetic justice that the new Council should he
helped or burdened by the presence of one who did so much for them. Already
hiB colleagues have entered into a conspiracy to squelch bin at the first meeting
of the Council. This is scarcely fair. Though somewhat of a muddle-head in
his economic theories. Mr. Newton is a valiant soul, and is entitled to fair treatment from his colleagues at the Council board.
No set of men, anxious to show their fellows the stuff they were mndi* of,
could wish for a grander opportunity than is presented to the second Council of
Prince Rupert. In no satirical spirit do we wish them every success in their
work.   The critics of last year have scored their chance.    Now, go to it!
"Just for Today"
Let not the words of the familiar hymn In astrued as evidence that alllic-
tion has driven the Optimist to piety. We use them merely as a promise of
b.-tter daya to come. The shrinkage in thc number of pages in today's Optimist
is due to the bursting of a watermain which supplies the cooling chambers of
some of our delicate type-casting machinery, thus necessitating the potting together of the paper by hand.
A gang of workmen are now busy putting in a new pipe. Tomorrow we
will be out bigger and better than ever.    The shrinkage is '-just fnr today."
u    u    a    tt    tt
Last night when we saw the liliputian size of the new "Tammany Hall
organ," we were tempted to think of it as "our handbill contemporary." Not
for worlds would we put that jeering phrase on paper today.
As the Foreman Explains It
A camel can go a number of days without water, but tbe Optimist machinery refuses to run without continual refreshments. Yesterday evening the
water was turned off in the Optimist district. While turned off the Optimist
water pipes got cold feet and friz. The M. 0, and the foreman played the
plumbing act and tried to thaw the pipes, but their fingers friz. When their
fingers friz the M. O. smiled and the foreman said things. While ull thi*. was
going on the number of pages dwindled an I today we have to be content with
four pages printed mostly on printers' profanity.
smaller man than he ever thought he
was. The audience called the speaker
down but the Alderman had his say
just the same und immediately he concluded left the building. Mr. Manson
then took occasion to remark that any ���
thing he had said was not intended in
any way to be construed as reflective,
he wished the Aldermon to understand
that.
Prudhomme Causes Scene
After Aldermen Morrisey, Newton
and Hilditch had spoken, Mr. Prudhomme was given the courtesy of the
platform. He also made a scene by
reiterating before a hostile audience
his accusations against the License
Commissioners. Aid. Smith maintained that he had acted in accordance with
the law. and Mr. Merryfield was content with shaking his fists at the culprit who held him up. Aid. Kerr and
Mr. P. I. Palmer also spoke briefly and
thc enthusiasm rounded up to a pitch
by tbe dainty dancing of little Miss
Gray. Three cheers for the Mayor
were then given with n heartiness that
threatened to bring down the roof.
VANCOUVER   ELECTION  RESULT.
Mayor Taylor Re.Elected   by Handsome Majority
(Special to The Optimist)
Vancouver, Jan. 18- Mayor Taylor
has been re-elected by a majority of
seventeen hundred votes.
BIG BLIZZARD RACES
Trains Tied Up All Over Canada and
the United States
Special to the Optimist
Winnipeg, Jan. 13.-For three days
a tremendous blizzard has prevailed
and still lasts. The whole railway system of Canada and the Northern States
is demoralized. Five hundred passengers OD the way west mc detained at
Calgary until the blizzard abates, and
trains can run. r II EC   P IU N C K   K U I' b. III    0 PT I M 18'
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CLEARING SALE
OF
Mens Clothing, Furnishings, Etc.
Clothing made from specially selected materials by expert tailors, the highest
grade garments manufactured; a Furnishing Stock that is the most complete and
up-to-date possible to gather together, and^comprises almost everything the well
dressed man can desire.
In order to|clear up our stock and makefroom for our
Springjjgoods some of which is already on the; way, we are
clearing- all odd^lines regardless of cost.
AJ*fine All-wool, Tweed or Worsted SuitjJ that* will
fit well, look well and wear to your perfect satisfaction.     Regular price $25.00,  to clear
$15.00
A good Hat, in Fedora,  Crush     Jf.
or Knock-about shape,  in black or <? 'tj|.
colors.        Regular  price $2..50  and 5jS��?
$3.00.     To clear at
$1.00
is     '���  I llfl
Special Price in Men's Shirts, Underwear, Sweater Coats, Shoes, Trunks,
Suit Cases and Hand Bags.
SEE   OUR   WINDOW   DISPLAY   AND   BE   CONVINCED
MARTIN O'REILLY,
CLOTHIER
FURNISHER
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..."�����/*, -:-,     .--i. THE PRINCE    Klip k hi    OPTIMIST
HOTEL
CUTLERY
We bave a splendid stock
of 1S-I7 Rodger*' and other grades nf Cutlery, but
we have a special line
made fnr nur own trade
that exeelll anything we
have ever had. If you
will ��ivc ua your order
for your cutlers we will
stump the name of your
house   mi   every   piece.
Extra Special Price to Hotels
|C. B. WARK
Jeweller
Condensed Advertisements.
ARE YOU IN NEE1H1K HELP?   DoTOUWUt
���*�������� to buy, or sell, or hire, or loan? Tiy The
Optimist Cssndensed Asl. rsmtt>.
gOY WANTED- Apply Optlmlit Offlcs*.
���poit KENT-1 rssuni sultM  (umllhsd, opposite
���*��� B. C. Real Estate Syndicate, '.'nil Avs*.. near
Mcllrislp.   Apply s.n on prs'itiises. 7-];i
���p-OR RENT���Good stnml for stors sir office In
��� Scott's Block, eornsr Third and Pulton si.
Apply to C. D. Kami. i.\;\
TOST-Ono bible, hu photo post card U book-
��J mark, alsss one Catholic prayer book, Kinder
please phone 260, or P.O. Ils.x 100 Immediately anil
receive reward. ,',-tf
PORTER WANTED - Apply at Tnllsit H
x 10-1
WANTED-To huy a bicycle
Hoi 767, City.
suse.
4
t\.  Kribourij.
7-13
Warning
The public an* warned lo ks*cp uwuy from the
works while blasts are heinic Hrs'-I. Penona per-
siMtinir in iipprssachinx after liciiu* warnssl do so
ill their own risk.
a. P. HoMORDIB ft Co,
S'l-tf Contiactors
St. Andrew's Society
The St. Andrew's Society will meet
in the Carpenter's Hall to-night at 8
O'clock, As this is the lirst meeting of
the new year a good attendance ia re*
quested.
Fisherman  Breaks Leg
A fisherman named Homeman slipped
and broke his leg while making for
Prince Kupert. On arriving in port the
doctor was called. He set the limit ami
had Homeman removed to the Savoy
Hotel, where he now lies.
Today's Police Court
The cases of Dick Gurvitch and Delmont Zarelli were adjourned from this
morning's police court until Tuesday,
17th inst., as witnesses were not ut
hand.
ss. Prince George
THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending
January 12.
MAX. TKMP.    MIN. TKMI-.     BAIL      IN. I1AIN
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a. m.,
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I. j. McCutcheon
Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
IAND
Seattle
Thursdays, at 8.30 p.m.
ln'ured City Worker
The matter of Richard Peacock
whose hand was injured in city ciulvert
work has been referred by the city
council to the Mack Realty company
that compensation may be awarded
in terms of their insurance contract with
the city.
UP TO NEXT COUNCIL
, Ctm��<
tttrntti.Ti Mid to
ick of I ���> ui-s.   Speciul
lillintc pit-st-ti|.tu.ns.
ra Nn. 79 Second Ave
LAID
TO ORDER
ThsTs- are eggs��� fresh eggs,
rtricily fresh , (j��� am| gunrun-
h eggs, it's the
|Un teed tl ily fresh eggs
that concerns us - and you as
*t'll u us. For we give our iron
8M warranl that the eggs we
all are the
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh
��i"d. We keep Itiddie busy-
.''*��� fveral hundred hiddies-
"pplying our demands. In fact
winter and summer, the hennery
"���i landing order for all the
-inarantced itrlctly fresh eggs it
c��" produce.
Weal Provision House
Pkor* 19��> Third Avenue
���s. BRUNO for Stewart Wednesdays, I  ...     ,   _
after arrival   of   Prince  George.    For I T<> A<*t Upon Health Officer s Report
Port Simpson. Naas, Masset ami Mores-1
by Island points, including Quoeii Char-j    At yesterdav's  meeting  of  the city
tELHb.%3 Ss^Sm^cSI������ ����� ���-�� rr rr;-1
12 o'clock noon, commencing Dec. 9th. j recommending thai the Medical Health
The Grand Trunk Railway System , oliicer's report be laid on the table for
sonnecting with trains from the Pacific j the next council with the recommenda-
coast operates a frequent and conven- tion that it be acted upon. The report
ient service of luxurious trains over its was adopted.
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the oflice hereun-deo mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
READ THE OPTIMIST AND
THE ADS WELL
D. H. MORRISON
A. E. McMASTER
FREICHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B. C. Cosst S.S. Service
Builder and Contractor
ss. Princess Beatrice
Northbound Jan. 9-Southbound Jan. 14
Special long vestibule trains leave
���! Vancouver every day at 9 a.m. and li.-)!)
p.m. for all points cast.
Through tickets to European Points
in connection with the finest Atlantic
Steamers.
Plans and specifications prepared
-ESTIMATES C.IVEN-
OFFICE.-Corner 5th Ave. & Green St
Phone No.  228 Green
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
J. C. McNab
General Agent
�����gs,
"���^jourM,!.
'toruim I
r ss si is s* s.   Transformations,
i ..inissslsiurs. Combings mails
mtss   Switches   and    Puffs.
i'S" appointment to
V .1. I.nneubllhs, P. O. Box 1546.
loneer Cleaners. Phone 4.
LADYSMITH
COAL
Better than the bent on the market.   Try it.
ROCHESTER & MONROE |
Centre  Street
PHONE 115
i
WHOLESALE
PRODUCE
FRUIT . .
FEED . . .
H. H. MORTON
THIRD AVE.
Miss   Henny   Wennersten
Scientific Electric Facial Mu ��� -at-e
Electric Treatments a Specialty
-CITY   PRICES-
Room. No. 4,   Exchange Block
LYNCH BROS.
DEPARTMENT STORES       PHONE No. 2
THE BIG SUPPLY HOUSE OF PRINCE RUPERT
...A Place to Buy At and Save Money...
SUGAR���B. C. Granulated, 20 lb. sack $1.25
cream���B. C.i Large 20 oz. tin 10
B, C., Large 20 oz. tins, case  4.50
St. Charles or Jersey, 9 tins  1.00
St. Charles or Jersey, case  5.00
St. Charles or Jersey, hotel size  4.75
Wethey's Mince Meat, per package 10
Davies Pork and BeanB, 2 lb. tin 10
Mixed Peel cut in drums 20
Spanish Olives, 40 oz. jar 75
Spanish Olives, 80 oz. jar  1.86
finest table apples-Spitzenburgs, Wine Saps,  and
Arkinsaw Blacks 2.50
Other Varieties, 1.75 and  2.00
Chillawhack Potatoes, per sack  1.75
JUST RECEIVED,
Car of Ashcroft Potatoes, lb.
2k
��3
HOLIDAY   GOODS
Rogers Bros.   1847  Silverware
Wostenholm's I. X. L. Carvers in three and
five piece  Sets
Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors and Shears,
Boxing Gloves, Striking Bags and San-
dow ExereisersjAir Guns. Rifles, Shot
Guns and   Revolvers.
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply Co.Ltd.
THOS. DUNN, Manager
JULIUS LEVY
Jobber of High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER 4 EMBALMER
HTOCK   COMI'l.KTK
DRY GOODS
Notice of Dissolution
Partnership
of
Notics* Is hereby ulvsn thst ths* partnership
hers'tisfssre existing lietween us, ths undiTsiKssssi,
isss ii Transfer unsl Storage Company, in the City
ssf Prince Rupert, anil knsswn as I, A. Barlss'au &
Company, has been sllssulvcsl by mutual consent.
All slebtssswinif to tho salsl partnership are to be
paisl ts, (>suturo Bros, of Prince Rups*rt. afors*saisl
ansl all claims against the salil psrtnership are to
Ise presented tss tho salsl Couture Bros, by whom
same will be settlsnl.
Datssl at Princo Rupert this 6th day of Jan., 1911.
I.. A. nAKBEAtl.
0, COUTURE.
A   new   line  of  Ladies'   Underwear,
Natural wool.
Flannelettes and Outing Flannel.
I.ailics'   Fancy Waists.
Boots,   ShoeH  and  Men's Clothes.
JABOUR BROS.
Third Avenue   ���   Between 7th and Sth
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET prince rupert
"Ask
Uncle
Jerry"
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Lots in Melville
Lots In Wainwright
Lots in other good towns along the
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC
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Co-Operative Real Estate Company, P.O. Box 906, Prince Rupert
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XMOOOCXX
Io Keep You
OLD GERMAN LAGER
SCHL1TZ LAGER
These are the beverages that
make health, strength and happiness your lot. Prices are
very reasonable and your order will receive prompt attention	
All   varieties   of   Wines   and   Liquors
also kept in stock.
Sutherland & Maynard
SOLE HANDLERS FOR NORTHERN B. C.
PHONE 12a
Fraser Street and Sixth Street
FELL  INTO THE BAY
Prince   George   Passenger
Escapes Death
Narrowly
A nameless man. so far as the Optimist is concerned, was nearly drowned laat night when the Prince George
was about to unmoor and leave for the
south. One of the passengers who had
been down at the soutli end of the
wharf made straight for the bout, regardless of the fact thai the part which
We Have Moved
TO OUR NRW OFFICE
IN   THE
Helgerson Budding
Gth street
Transfer & Storage Co. Lid.
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V 4 CI
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
he had to cross was ���P in .everal places; A f    Imperial Oil Company
<<������   i       1 o/?
Teleyhone 36
little's NEWS Agency
For
Men
Only
r
We have
WHITE BLANKETS,
GREY BLANKETS,
EIDERDOWN and
COTTON QUILTS.
FLANNELETTE
SHEETS, ETC.
*
To keep the ladies and
children warm during the
day, we have
SWEATERS,
WARM TOP COATS.
MITTS and GLOVES.
FUR BOAS and
MUFFS and
WARM WOOLLEN
UNDERWEAR.
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly tilled.   Prices rossstsnsble.
I OFFICE-H. B. Rssehester. Centre St.    1'hone ��*.
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Phooe 9 LIMITED        X
Fulton St. snd 3rd Ass. t
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF
NO. 63
.Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
C. V. BENNETT. N. G.
N. SCHEINMAN.   Sec.
Professional Cards
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  A  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
I Magazine
I CIGARS
for the replanking process which is now
in operation.   In the semi-darkness he
did not see   the  hole, with   the   result
that ho fell through between the piles
into  the   icy   water    below.     Willing
hands soon answered his cries for help,
and   in   i  little while  he was  rescued
from his  cold bath.    Intimating feebly
that he was going south by the George, I
his rescuers had  him  placed aboard in
charge of  the  head  steward, who had
his  dripping clothes  ripped  off nml   a
rough towel applied to facilitate the cir- , TTJl I ��� IT        ��� ���
dilation of  his chilled blond.   By the' * lUITlDing,     OCating
time the boat left he was reported to aml General Steam   Fitting
be all right. ���
WM. GRANT
SHOP-lUsement ssf Helirerson Block
SIXTH 8TKEBT. Phone No. tl
: Periodicals :: Newspapers
TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
LT.P. WHARF
Injured Man Recovering
H. Karrulo, the Finlander who was
seriously injured in the Seal Cove blasting accident, is making good progress
towartls recovery, says Dr. Kggert.
He may be able to give evidence for
the adjourned Inquest on
inst.
H. S. Wallace Co.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -*.-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 2K0
Prince Rupert P.O. Box :15I
The Westholme Lumber Co.
^^^^^B LIMITED
Friday, 20th   F'r��t Avenue Telephone 186
-WE   IIAMil.K   EVERYTHING IN ���
HOSPITAL ON DIGBY  ISLAND
Contract is Awarded to Anderson
McKinnon
-X~X���X X��������x-���i
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Eight Tables Second Ave.
s _E.   EBY   C&   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B   C.
Grand Musquerasle Bsll in the  honor
of the 12th Anniversary of the Fratern
al Order of Eagles, February 8th, 1911,
in tin* Kaien Island Club Rooms. $7.ri.D0
_o be given in prizes.
tLFKEI) CARSS,
of Ilritlsh Columbis
snsl Msnitobs Ilsrs.
C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
ssf BC Ontsri.s. Sss-
kstchswsn snd Alberts Ilsrs.
CARSS & BENNETT-
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office    Ess.-lisnsle bl.s-ls, s-ssrns
Sixth street. Prsne
f Third ssensie snd
Rsiuert. I
By telegraphic advice from Ottawa
today it is announced that the contract
for the Digby Island quarantine hospital building has been let to Messrs. Anderson & McKinnon. The cost of Unbuilding will be $20,000.
The plans for the work show a substantial two storey building, with hase-
' ment and  lirst storey of concrete, and
; second storey of wood.    It will provide
fssr  about   12 patients,   in   two wanls,
i stall and attendants.    Modern equipment is provided for throughout.    Work
| will be put in hand at once.
LUMBER
PLASTER
AT $17  PER TON,   DELIVERED
LIME
AT $2.'II PER  BARREL.  DELIVERED
COAL
Are you doing your duty
by your family':,
What  would   happen   to
your wife and children if
you were taken away?
Would your wife have to
earn her own living?
Would  your   children be
educated?
Would they be dependent
on others?
These  are  most  serious
questions    which    every
man should answer to his
own satisfaction.
Life Insurance is the one
sure way to make provision for your family after
you are gone.
Get some life Insurance
before you  become disqualified.
See us for particulars.
F. B. DEACON
OFFICE :    Alder BUck. Siith Slrnl
OPEN EVKNINSM
$�������������������������������������� ***** **U
"$10.00 CASH
antl $10.00 prr month will buy ton ..������������   ��� f UnJii|
the many south and mitko you IndtsModMtti
Hfr.    For fiirthpr particulars write
J JOHN DYBHAVN
! P.O. BOX 757 PKINCE RUPERT, BC |
WM. S. HALL. L.D.8., D.D.S,
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All slenul opersti.-ns skilfully treatesl. (jasans-
loesl ssnssthettrs sdministstrd f"i the tsainless ex-
trsetis.n ssf teeth. C.nssilutlssn free. Offices I lis
| snd 2il Alder Hl.sk. Prince Ruisert. 11-12
LUCAS a. GRANT
Civil snd Mining- Entfineers snsl Stirveyurs.
Reports,   i'h.us    S|ieciflcstissns.   estimsls-s.
Wharf (Vsnstructloi*, Etc.
Office:
2nd Ave.
ii��� s:>
P0	
I P.O. linx j;
near First Street
PRINCE RUPERT
 ��� PRINCE HITERT
.is min    E.    DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PITH, (>K  WM.   i HTH-.    is,.     ARAM , 1 ������'���     KHU.
GRAND HOTEL
WORKING MAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25t
Rooms 50c
HEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
Labour Bureau in connection
All kinds of |iositions __,__,
funished FREE
FIRST AVE. AND SEVENTH STREL I
J. COODMAN. Pmprlslar
Phone 178, Prince Rupert, B.C.
..ror
j.       1
m***\
LOTS      BLOCK
23 and 24     5
7          IB
SEC
6
li
PRICK
$.'1,500 pr.
2,300
CASH
Half
Half,
\
McConi\ey\
CANDIES
IN  FANCY   tiOXES
TO RENT
Comfortable 3 roomed house, section 6  $-*0.00
3 roomed cabin   12.50
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Going at
Cost Price
To Clear
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
c.
1
H. ORME
The Pioneer Drugght
PHONE   :   ;   i   82
Prince Rupert Opportunities^
"Ask Uncle Jerry'
.P. O. BOX 906, PRINCE RUPERT. B. C...
Will Buy
Lots in Section One. Terms 111 peri
cent. Cash, 25 per cent. Aug. 16th,1911, |
25 per cent. Nov. 16th, 1911, and 4(1 per
cent, Dec. 30th, lllll. Deed! and papers to be deposited with any I'rince
Rupert Hunk. Lots in Section One
between 5th and 11th street.
"ASK   UNCLE JERRY"
Co-Operative  Real  Estate    Company.
Want Leases On
Lots suitable for building forty bungalows and cottages. Will pay 8 per
cent on present agreed valuation for 3
years, lots to be then re-valued and
rent to equal X per cent, on appraisement for the next two years. After
the live years term lots to hi* appraised
every live years. Rent to eqtinl B per
cent. Oil valuation. Kent for lots payable quarterly In advance.
Want Lease
Will lease lots on Second or Third
Avenues between Sth and 11 tit streets
forja term of years and will pay 8 per
cent, on valuation of the lots, tin* property to be reappraised every live years.
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY"
Co-Operative*], Real   Estate   Company.
Will Buy Lease on  Lots
In any section of I'rince Rupert.
Lots must be accessible for improvement this year.
"ASK   UNCLE  JERRY"
Co-Operative   Real   Estate   Company,
Will Sell
99 year lease on 50x100 feet on the
corner of Second Ave. and Gth  street.
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY"
Will Sell
99 year lease on 75 x 100 feet on the
comer of Fulton street and 5th Ave.
"ASK   UNCLE  JERRY"
Will Sell
Two Iota in Sertion One. These lots
are on Third Ave., between 7th and 8th
streets. $8000 each, small store now on
each lot.    Both lots and Houses $16,000.
"ASK   UNCLE JERRY"
Will Sell
One lot in Section One, Block 25.
MAKE OFFER
Why not list your property with us.
We will advertise in over 30 of the big
Sunday Issues of Daily Newspapers in
thejjUnited States and Canada.
We will run several small excursions
to Prince Rupert from   Eastern  points
I In the United States and Canada.
*M
We are now  in  corrospnii'i'-'1��
individuals and syndicates wlm "*��� p,
vest large sums in Prince M^yju
you want your property  placed        |
them ?     If so,
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
If you want to Bell
If you  want  to  buy
If  you  want  to  lease ,
IT you want real estate itijuiuj,!s
If you want us to build a house iw^
If you want to buy a house on n���
P*nn u     - ,*..nt. I*
If you want to lease on 8 |��'r
valuation plan        ��� *.. you'
If you want real live  buyer* 'or
property
If you want information ���,
-ASK UNCLE .li--^   I
CO-OPERATIVE REAL ESTATE COMPANY, Third Avenue
PRINCE
RUPERT
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