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WEATHER
Twenty-, *$, hours ending 6 a. m.,
Dec,
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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT MAILS
legislative  /"f.'3,"��� X      Foil south
P-'hieesuNMary Saturday a.m.
Camraunk Sunday, 9 a.m.
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VOL. II, NO. 275
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, December 1, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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COUNCIL DECIDES TO INCREASE
SALARY OF CITY SOLICITOR
MAYOR    MAN80N,    ALDERMEN   HILDITCH,    MORRISSEY    AND
CLAYTON REWARD MR. PETERS  BY  AN   INCREASE
FROM  $150  TO  $250   PER  MONTH.
one of the prinolpal items of
business   in   a  short  session  of
the (lily Council lust night was
llu- raising of the salary of the
(lily Solicitor from $150 per
in.mill lo .11250. The raise was
llrsl proposed on llie in..lion of
Alderman Clayton, who argued
that the legal needs of the city's
working were now, and had been,
very heavy. Numerous bylaws
fell to be drafted and put iu final
shape, the City Solicitor attended
every Council meeting and was
continually called upon to con-
.-.iiie-i' matters of moment and
bring ill reports, busides being
consulted every day by Mayor or
Aldermen, He considered the
laborer well worthy of bis hire,
BAY OF BISCAY
WAS DISLOYAL
Got Up a Specially Angry Storm
fop Msdlna ��� Quean Mary's
Cabin Was Flooded In ths
Qale.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dec. I.���Word has
jusi reaohed here that the steamer Medina, conveying the King
antl Quoon to Hie Durbar, encountered very heavy weather in
flossing lhe Hay of Uiscay. The
Queen's cabin was Hooded by llu*
heavy sens Ihnl broko over thc
big vessel.
The Queen has tlie reputation
nf being a very poor sailor, and
bad a special swinging c.l in -
vented and Installed with the view
of saving her from Uie dire effects of seasickness if lhe vessel
met   heavy wi'itlli.T.
Scientific eye examination at Camcr-
ons.
ENDORSES N. W. ROWELL
Toronto World Give Warm Tribute to New Liberal Loader.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Nov. 30.���Th.' following warm tribute lo lho new Liberal leader in Ontario appears In
the Toronto World (Conservative) :
���lie iMr. Howell/ is young,
nml clenn, and brave, and uble,
und eloquent. He baa a reputation
for    keenness    and    shrewdness
which he will have hill sc.po In
Hi..  nnllUaal  Held  l<> jusli
li
lie  political  Held  to juslif...    II
e can  manage lo  Interpret the
young Liberalism ol Ontario to
itself he will come closer t.> IM
beart-beal of the province ihan
those nre able I" ������" xvl'" **'���"'**
tbeir followers or lhe dangers of
life an.l action.
At the Auditorium.
A new selection "f Kueio jusi
arrived, and there will be dancing
antl skating from now on, com-
menclng sm. Dec Ind.   You can
Blthr dance or skate or BOW �������
(lie   same   money.     Ladies
Sat. eve.
frcr
It
Guarantecd-our ladies' rain coats
return if not satisfactory.
Wallace's.
ii unber is ihe month of food
things to eat. When lbs daye are
(|���|| mils you want - damly. appetizing fare, ns well us nourishing rood, it's appetising alreadi
,��� ^e a peep Into <*jwW����-
uira big froeb meal, fruit and
rood sioie mi Third avenue, no-
.-,.��������� i���. Bealshlpt oyster oases
When vou are shopping there
SSere's   lohiethlng   particularly
sppetlsingaboul ihatwhleb lain
Bngwllb the refreshing dis-
";,!," go..d things throughoul
Ibe entire slore.
and moved the raise, accordingly.
Altlernian Newion took slrong
ground in opposition lo Alderman
Clayton, and In favor of retrenchment. The salary list al the Cily
Hall, he maintained kept growing.
The (engineering department had
only recently had an addition to
stalT. II seemed to him thai not
in the direction of increases bill
lhe other way should bu the tendency of Ihu Council as regards
salaries. Aldermen Douglas and
Kirkpatrick (chairman of Finance
Committee) supported Alderman
Newton's view, but lho other
members of the Council, Aldermen Hilditch, Clayton, Morrissey
iinil lhe Mnyor, passed Ihu motion
granting the raise.
SEATTLE   MANS   TRAGIC   END
Wm.    Ward Accidentally    Killed
Before Fiancee's Eyes
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Seattle, Deo. I���Wm, Ward,
partner in u* ship building firm
and n prominent member of lha
Seattle Athletic Club, was shol
and killed by his own gun today
while mil cruising iu his yachl.
his head almost being lorn oil'
in lhe presence of his tlancce, to
whom he was talking al Ihe time.
Sighting some ducks Ward
pulled the gun Inwards himself,
when ihe trigger oaughl an.l dis-
i-hargd. The parly was left unable i<> navigate the boat, which
drifted for snme lime before being  picked  up.
TO BUILD TO PEACE RIVER
Alberta Legislature Will Finance
Two Maokenzie & Mann
Projects
(Special to Daily News.)
Edmonton, Dec. I���Al the opening of llie legislature it was
linn,,iinri'il thai Uie govrnment
would proceed wiih the construction of two railways from K.l-
nioninn tn Mackenzie river, through the Peace river country. One
will extend from Athabasca Landing lo Peace river and crossing
the other, which will run from
Edmonton In l-'nrl Murray.
Ma.'k.'ii/.ie & .Mann will be lhe
builders and operators of the two
roads.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
TO RAISE $100,000
Finance   Bylaw   to   Hypothecate
Debentures for Hydro-Electric.
At last night's City Oounoil
meeting Alderman Kirkpatrick
Introduced a bylaw lo hypothecate
hydro-loolrlo sohome debentures
to llu- extent of 1100,000. The
bylaw was road tho llrsl and
second times, passed through
committee of the whole and
passed its third reading. It will
be adopted mi .Monday aftr reconsideration in llic usual course.
Xmas presents���time to send them
to the Old Country ���lots of them easily mailed.   Wallace's. tf
G.T.P. LUMBER
BOAT ASHORE
Barque Carrondelet, Well Known
In Prinoe Rupert, While In Tow
of Tug Was Driven Ashore on
Holland Rooks Last Night.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Ou her way to Prince Ituperl
wiih (he bark Carrondelet, lumber-laden, in low iho tug Printer
 i heavy weather last night off
Holland Hocks mid (he barque
was  driven  ashore,   the   login.n
I .���..ling in saving Iheir vessel.
The Printer arrived ill lluperl
this morning and reporlctl thc
stranding of the Carrondelet. A
salvage crew will be soni oul this
aflermion, and il is expected that
the barque can be gotten off the
rucks. This, however, may ne-
cessltale lhe services of a more
powerful steamer Iban the Prinl-
, i     *** tar as can bo ascertained
llie hull Of the Strtnded vessel
i. ittlacl, the Carrondelet being
ii wood built vessel of lhc good
..Id days, very strongly Umbered.
Holland Hocks, where Ihe Carrnn-
delel struck, is a reef situated
snme leu miles frum Rupert.
Prince
Savoy.
Rupert's     leading    hotel-
SAVED BY A DOG
Intelligent Animal Roused Family
When a Fire Broke Out
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg. Dec. I.���A lire Inst
night doslroyod a slore building
���i Dentil, Sask.. nn.l bui f��r n
dog awakening Um* ncriipaiil* In
Ibe dwelling BBOVe Ihe family
would have been burned. The
dog was sleeping in a stable below al lhe Iii 'f ***** f*re* bul ll
rushed   upstairs   and   awakened
Hie family.
Mailing presents home? Many things
in our stSck* we pack them so they go
safely.   Wallace's.
TO RE-ORGANIZE NAVY
Winston Churchill Will Form a
Naval War Staff st Once
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Nov. 30.-Wlnston
Churchill hns started to form a
naval wnr stntT nl the Admiralty.
���pon whom responsibility will
,.,'sl |��� keep lhc llrilish navyal
immediate nghling condition. The
,Uff- in addition 10 keeping the
Imperial navy in readiness, will
nrl in an advisory rapacity
lhc     daughter
also
m     developing
navies.
6 o'clock tea cups and saucers,
.pedal this week, $2-60 half do.en
Big range, beautiful decorations, fine.
English China.-Wallace's. ��
Presents for   abroad-many things
easily s.nt by mail.   Wallace'. **
Just to Rsmlnd Vou.
Christmas  will   MOtt  -*  ***
non*l neglect your wardrobe, roi
��� euslo... tailored suit or ovcr-
;:,������ ,,.,- Sweder Bros, Helgerson
block.
NO TRACE OF THE STEAMER TEES
Mystery Succeeds Mystery���Steamer Northwestern Fails to Locate
Wrecked Ship, and at Early Hour this Morning There
Was Still No Tidings of Her
Victoria, Nov. 30���Although nearly two days have elapsed since the steamer
Tees flashed her message of distress from Kyuquot Sound, the fate of the vessel is still shrouded in mystery. The steamer Salvor and the tug Jolliffe have
both arrived at the entrance to the Sound, but are unable to get any closer
owing to the heavy fog and stiff gale.   Great anxiety is beginning to be felt.
Victoria, Dec. 1���At three o'clock this morning, Friday, Estevan wireless
station reported that the Tahoma is off there and expected to reach Kyuquot
Sound at daylight if the weather cleared.   There is still no tidings of the Tees.
AT THE SCENE OF THE BARBARITIES
WINTER'SWORK WILL SOON
START ON PIPE TRENCH
STATION  GANGS WILL  BE  ASKED TO TENDER FOR ROCK EXCAVATION   WITHIN   CITY   BY    DECEMBER    14TH���
STRICTLY STATION GANG SYSTEM ONLY.
Tendors will be called for not
later than Qeqmber t tth for ihe
work of excavating and preparing
fur pipe laying in the trench between Acropolis Hill reservoir
ami Shawatlans passage, being
i>ai*i of ibe Woodworth Lake
water supply and hydro-eleotrio
sohome. The completion of the
reservoir will also bo Btarlod
early, This was the principal
matter for discussion by the
Cily Council nl their session lasi
nighl.
It is Hie intention lo have this
work done by Blalion gang, ten
or more lo a gang, bill on un B0-
i-niinl will the station gangs lie
allowed lo hire labor. Tbey may
in.'leas., their   strength   on lb.*
usual station gang profll-sharlng
basis by permission from the
City I'.ngii i-. bui noi l.y wage-
paid  labor.    Station gangs will
mil be allowed lo sublet parts of
their slain,ns.
Instructions were given lhc
City Bolioltor to proceed at once
with lhe drafting of a form of
station work agreement elubody-
ing ih,'*.,' conditions, so that Intending slain.ii gang men may
make their bids by December
nib. The ciiy Engineer'.* pari
of the work Is practical!) ready
ror Intending bidders. Hock
trenching will lie the' principal
work ibis winter, muskeg excavation is noi proposed until the pipe
is on III.- ground in .Marcb.
HIGH COURT
IN SESSION
Case of Kelly v. Lindsay Up for
Hearing Today Before Mr. Justice Clement ��� The Jury and
Those Challenged.
Italians mountinR tfuard over Arab prisoners outside the east Kate at Tripoli���The
natives look anything but hostile.
TURKS ACCUSED
OF BARBARITY
Italian minister Says that Italian
Wounded Have Been Cruel-
fled and Burled Alive
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Washington,    Dec i���siories
of almost iiicr.'iiiiabie barbarities
snid I., be pracllood by lhe Arabs
ami   Turks   on   wounded   Italian
soldiers   til'.'  Contained     ill     lies-
patches rooolvcd here by the n-
niiiiii embassy,     Word received
lo.liix from Home from lhe Min-
isi.-i'i.f Foreign Affairs described
ih.- alroolllos praotioed on the 11-
iiiiiin wounded, whioh include
crucifixion ami burial alive. Tho
native women are alleged lo lako
pari iu ihe preparation of tho
oruelllllos.
See Howe & McNulty  for the
famous Kootenay Ranges.
YESTERDAY'S SALE BROUGHT $133,000
TODAY IT WILL BE STILL HIGHER
Lots Brought Very High Prices This Morning���Full List  of Yes
terday's Purchasers and Prices Paid
Judge Clemen) held Bupromi
Courl in Hi.- Maclntyre Hall Ihi
morning ai  11 o'clock, the cas>
of Kelly v. Lin.lsiiN  being set  ft.
'bearing. The oaso is one of
breach of coiilrai:', plaintiff
dunning dial Lindsay, contrary
In the terms nf contracts mad.
when liis share Of the llrsl business wus luken over by Frank
Kelly, started up another trans
f.-r business. Proceedings this
morning commenced with the*
swearing in of the jury, lho following being jurors! Messrs.
Tom Bllvorsides, A. T. Parkin, W.
T. Robinson; A. .1. .Mailed, J. s.
lil-liy. .1. S. Sweilei* anil A. .1. < i tl I -
land, .Mr. \V. T, Robinson wus
chosen us foreman. Among those
challenged us Intended jurors
were J. .). Slnan. S. p. UoMordlo,
William Angle uml Oscar Kirkpatrick,   a. .1. Galland was clmi-
l.-ngeil by lhe solicitor for llu*
defense just a fracliuii nf a second Inn late lo stilt III.' Judge,
uml wa.s sworn in. Messrs. William*- ami Manson appeared for
ilu- plaintiff an.I i). v, Bennett
for the defendant.   Uase pr .1-
eil ai noon today.
MADE A PLUCKY FIGHT.
Willie Ritchie Stayed 20 Rounds
With Freddie Weloh.
(Hpe.lnl to Dally News )
Los Angeles, Dee. i. in lhe
iighiiMghi championship here
lasi nighl Willi.- Ritchie, Ad
Wolgaal's spurring partner, who
look Wolgaal's pluce ui lhe lasi
minute when Wolgast was operated mi for appendicitis, pul up p
plucky showing.    He stayed wiih
Welsh for the full twenty rounds,
ami while lhe dOOlslOU wenl lo
Welsh. RllohlC got lots of np-
pliius and credit.
RUSSIA MAY
DECLARE WAR
She Has Given Persia Forty-eight
Hours lo Comply With Her Demands or Hostilities Will Follow.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Teheran, Dee. I.��� Hussut bus
issued an ultimatum to Persia
demanding, amoug other things,
Un* dismissal .,i Bhuster, lho
American financial adviser ..I lhe
Government
if ih.- demand is mil complied
wiih wiibin ih hours Russia will
order troops tu march on Teheran,
ii is understood lhal Britain is
supporting Russia's .i.-munds.
ENGINEER IS COMING
Wire From James Matthews, Who
Will Install Shawatlans Plant
a telegram wus received from
Mr. James Matthews, electrical
engineer >>f Vancouver, stuting
ihui he had received notioe of his
apponilmenl lo lake charge of
lhe Shawatlans plant erection
and Ihnl he would leave Van-
couver bj the next *���. T, P. boot,
oxi Ung    ���"   arrive    hero   on
Wednesday next. The telegram
was read bj the <.��t > Clerk In
Council lasi nighl.
A GRAIN COMMISSION
Permanent Government Commission to Control Elevators.
line hundred ond sixty-four
|���|, sold nl an oggregnlo (lgtirc
���f 1188,000 is the olllclnl Stale-
iiie'iil Of yesterday's Scclion 2
sales as given this morning by
.Mr. David II. Hays.
Mr. Hnys and staff worked until
lhe small' hours of morning c.ui-
nletlng lhe clerical work in ref-
,,,.,.,���,. I,, contracts of snie nsas
yesterday.
T,���|,1V     priOCI    cnl timed    10
mcket from ui" word "go.    we
last lol sold Inst night wont for
*|,5nn. This morning iis Immediate neighbor fetched 11,400 as
a ���tarter, *���*< 10 speak, and lhe
last ini 8..1.1 in ihut particular
block lol 07 block (0, Second
���venue corner fetched 18,800.
No lot sobl Ihis morning went for
much   lees  than   11,000,   ibougfa
nne purchaser secured six Inls in
block   I   nl    SHin   each.     Prices
wei-i' running from MiOOO lo
11,800 steadily, and ruse from
nil,ml IjlHOII bv $1011 bills very
swiftly.    Selling wns much more
rapid  Ibnn  iiii  lhe  opening day,
buyers being very del.Tiuined.
yesterday's sales l.y detail were
ns follows:
Block i, Section :i", nr. Clayton,
11,800,
Block I, IsOtS 31, t, llrosHiniui,
11160.
iii<�� k i, Lol :i!'. J. iiyi.i.itvn, |nr.o.
mink l,Lot .0, J.Goodman, 1716.
BlOCk I, I.ot 11,-7. '.."Milium, 1760,
(Continued on page 4.)
M'FARLAND WON
But the Winner Proved a Disappointment to the Crowd.
(Canadian   Press  Drspalrh.)
Sun I'runci.sco, Dec. I.���-Packey
McFarland wns last mghi awarded lhe decision over Harbin
Tnlum*. Murpb) ul Hie end of
Iwi'iily  rounds,    The showing ..f
ih.- winner wns u disappointment,
hoWOVCr, ns he wns lucking in
punch   ami   having lhc   light  ull
his own way.
Buys Fine Yacht.
(Special in iiniiy News.)
Vancouver, Nov. :in. -Mr, B. T.
lingers, who recently sold Ins
slenm yachl Mmi-Ping I,, (',. I>.
Hand, is having a line 200-1,,n
craft secured for him in England. She will be the finest
ci'iifl   in  the  Northwest.
(Caiiii.lliin  I'ress  Despatch.)
Ottawa, Doc, I. Notioe wus
given in ihe Rouse lodaj l.y Hon.
(leorgo I'i. Poster of a bill to cs-
tnbllsh a permanent Grain Commission, which   will be   charged
wiih 11 pcruimn uml manage-
 nl   "f  such   li-minul  elevators
as   mii\   be  built,   leased  or  acquired by lhe government
Yes, Canada Grows.
"'.���inn,Ii.m  Press  Despatch.)
Ottawa, Dec. I���An increase nf
umre i linn a million uml a quarter dollars is shown in a statement of November customs ro-
 Ipls made public today, The
collections totalled 87,888,085,
G.T.P. STEEL REACHES B.C
It Is Now Laid Twlve Miles Over
the Boundary.
ICnniiillnii   Press  Despatch.)
Edmonton, Deo, i The steel
heiiei of ih.. u.t.p. bus Bdvonoed
i.1 miles owr the Boundary Una
or n.i... ami Decomber 80th will
reach mile 80 in 11.*'...dossing lhc
Fraser rivor, Truck laying op-
erallons will then be discontinued until June <>f next. ycor.
Concert nn.l dance, Knights of
Pythias  Hall, I'.lh  St.,  Helgerson
Block,   Mon.Iny  evening,  December   .,  8:30 p.  m.    All visiting
I Knights  welcome.
Tone lenses for comfort.--Cameron's I II,     Cleo. T. Stewart, K. of R. & S. THE DAILY NEWS
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COAL NOTIOE
Daily Edition.
Friday. Dec 1
AFTER   THE   FIRE,   WHAT?
A nasty Are visited Prince Ruperl on Monday, it was nol
serious enough to be in the calamity class, and, being Government property, the loss is Bpread over tin* whole Province. But
it was nasty enough to show everybody what might easily be
the fate of the whole of Prinoe Ruperl if a lire were to get out
of hand some windy day.
The lire came as a warning to the city that our water supply is of no use to tight a tire of any consequence. There is
another danger that so far few have noticed. Had the tire
happened during a period of hard and continuous frost or in
a period Of drought, the city would have exhausted its supply
of drinking water. Drinking water in our present condition is
far too valuable to expend on quenching tires.
if work cannot be rushed on the Acropolis Reservoir,
then measures should be taken to instal a good pump on a
float near tlie wharf and lay a system of lire mains in tlie business sectiou,  to lu* supplied with salt water.
Dawson lor a long time depended solely on such a system, even in winter tune when the Yukon was low, and a hole
in the ice had to be made to feed the pump. Hy keeping a
small head of steam always in the boiler, and with an ample
supplx nl coal oil and eordwood for use the moment the
alarm   sounded,   an   emergency was always provided for.
The possible result of a conflagration is important enough
to warrant a meeting of business men and other citizens to
take steps lo ensure that some adequate system of lire protection is installed at the earliest moment
Skoona Lsnd Hi-.tn.-l Hii.in.-i ul Quean Charlott*
Tsks nutlet, thst thirty days (rum dato. I. C. E.
Iluini.-r ul 1-riuc-ri llupert, 11. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, intiiii tu apply to lha Chiol Costs-
miasionor ol Lands (or a lleance to prospoct lor
cual and potroloum ou and undor Hill acraa ol
land un liraham Island de-scribed aa [ollows:
t'.iinin.'n.'iniE at a post planted one mile nortii
ol C. E. H. Ooal 1-oase No. !., marked N. W.
corner 0. B* II. Nn. 10, Ihenco auuth SO ehaina,
thenee .,,*.*i 80 chains, ttu-itee north SU chains,
thenco east SI) chains tu place ol commencement.
Date-Sept. 11, 11111. <-��� E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Land District -District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya Iruiini date, I, C. E.
Uaintor ul I'rinco Rupert, II. <-'.. occupation book,
keeper, intend tu apply lu the Chiel l-ummissiuner
ol lands (or a licence tu proepect lur -coal and
pelroleum un and under t*.o acrua ot land on
Uraham Island described as lollows:
Commencing at a posl planted two miles norlh
ol C. E. II. Coal Lease No 8, marked N. E. corner
uf C. E. 11. Coal l..*iw Nu. 11, Ihenco south SO
chatna, thence wesl Ml chains, Ihence north SU
chaina, thence east 6x1 chsins to placa ol cotn-
���nencenient.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sepl. ltt,
Skeena Land District-District ol Quean Charlotta
Take notice that thirty days Irom date, 1, C. E.
Uainter ol l-rinc Kupeit, U. C, by uccupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to lhe Chlet Commiaaioner ol Land lor a licence to proapect tor
coal aud petruleum on and under t>10 acree ol
land on liraham Island deacrlbesd aa lollowa:
Commencing at a posl plantad two milos north
ol C. E. U. Coal Leaas No. 7, marked C. E. U.
Coal Lome No. 12, thence soulh SO chaina, Ihenca
east 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains tu place o( cummencemenL
Dated Sept. 11, UU. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
1'uli. Sept. 28.
Skeena Land District���District ol Quean Charlotta
Take notice that thirty days Irom data, I, C. E.
Uainter ot Prinoe Rupart, II. C, by occupaUon
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com- ,
miaaioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect for ,
coal and petroleum on and under t-IO acrua of
land on Graham Island described aa (ollowa:
Commencing al a poet planted two milos north I
of C. E. ll. Coal Lease No. 7, marked S. W. cornar
C. E. U. Coal Leaaa Na 13. thence north SO
chsins. thance east 80 chaina, thenco south 80
chaina. thanea weal 80 chains to placa ol c.in-
mencemenL
Dated Sapt. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skaana Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Quaan Charlotte '
Islands
Taka notie- that Austin M. Ilrown o( Princa
Rupart, H. C., occupaUon aaddler, inlenda lo
apply lo tha thief v-ommisaioner of Lands and
Worka for a lioence to prospacl for coal, oil and
patrolaum on and under tha lollowing deaenbed
land, on tha Wast Coast ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a post plantad threa milea aast f
ot tha northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 tbenea ,
80 chaina aouth, thence 80 chains east, thanca 80 |
ehaina north, thanca 80 chains wast to point  oi
commencement.
Al'STIN M. HROWN. Locator
Date ol Location 31st July. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skaana Land District ���District ol Quaan Charlotte
Islands
Taka nutice that Auatin M. Urown of I'rinca
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to spiel, to
tha . In,-I Commiaaioner of Lanela and W orks
(or a licence to prospect (or coal and oil and patrolaum on and under the following described lands
on tha Waat Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a posl plantad three miles east
of tba southwest corner ,*' . . 1. No. 4477 thanca
80 chains east, Ibence 80 chaina north, thanca 80
chaina waat, thanca 80 ehalna aouth to point ol
commencement
Al'STIN M. BROWN. Locator |
Data of Location, 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
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ABOUT THAT ADVERTISING CONTRACT.
In fairness to the City Council and t othe City Clerk, and
despite Alderman Newton's chivalrous efforts on our behalf al
Wednesday night's Council meeting, The News fully understood thai the assessment schedules could be published singly
if desired. We were under no misconception in the matter.
We are not given to complaining about injustices done to
ourselves, but the ground of complaint that The News has in
regard to the assessment schedule advertising is that it was
awarded to a dummy paper that had neither circulation nor
existence. In the ca^e of one schedule The News' price was as
low as The Journal, but the contract was awarded the Journal.
The value of advertising, a> is well known, depends upon
the extent of bona fide circulation. This is as true in advertising assessment schedules as in advertising clothing or real
estate.
On the other hand. The News was not looking for a
square deal, so it is not undergoing any disappointment in the
matter.
Skeena Land District -District ol Quean Charlotu
Islands
Taka notica that Austin  M   Brown of I'rinca >
Rupart. occupation aaddler. Intenda to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Landa and Worka for a .
licence lo proapact lor coal od and petroleum on and
; under lha following drasenbed lands oo toe Waat
, Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing al a poat planted three milea aaat
{ of tha aoutheaat corner o   *.'. l_ Na 4472 tbenea
nonh 80 chaana, thanca east 80 chain*, thenca aoulh
80 chaina, thanea weet 80 chains to point ol com-
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AUSTIN M   RROWN, Locator
Located Auguat tat, Itll.
rub. Aug. Ta.
I
' Skeana Land District���Dislrict ol Quean Charlotu
Taka notica that thirty days Irom data. 1, C. E
Balnter of l-nnre Kupe-ct.  I*. C, by occupation
. bookkeeper, intend to apply   lo tha Chief Commiaaioner ol Lands for a licence to proapact lor
i eoal and  petroleum on and under t��to acraa of
land on Oraham Island de-acrtb-Al aa I,......
Commencing at a poat plantad Use milea eaat
of Coal Laaaa No. 4467, markad C. I 11. Coal
Lease No. 1, N. K. corner, tbenea aaat *0 chaina,
thanea aoutb SO chaina, ihence east Rl cbaina,
thanea north ."-*.' chains lo place of commencement.
Datad Sept. 11, Ull C. K HUN 1 l.li. Locator
Pub. Sept 2*.
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Room and board is cheap
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Sk-r-rna Land Dutnct -District ot Quwn rhail-.tu-
. . Taka not-cv that thirty dava from data, I, C. fi
i   Baintar ol  I*nnoo Hupart, B. OL by occupation
bookkevptr, intand to apply to tha Chid Com��
n-MBionar of Landa Tor a licwnc* to proapact for
' coal and  patrolaum oo  and under MU acrm o.
land on virmham laland dawn bad aa follows:
Commcncuxc ot a poac plantad five mU��_�� eaat
of Cool Loaoo So. AH", markod C. fi. Ll. N. v..
corner No. .'. thonce touth M) chaina, the ner ooat
bO chaina,  thonc* north &o  chains, ibenco mrcat
NJ chaina to plac** of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11. 1911.    C. fi. BAl.NTfiR, Locator
Pub. Sepu 23.
Skeena Land Diatnct���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take nouce that thirty dayi from date, 1, C fi.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, U. C, by ooO-tpation ,
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbe Chief Com* j
miaaioner of Landa for a licence to proepect (or :
coal and petroleum on and under MO acre* of
land on <_iroham laland deaenbed a* followi:
Commencing ol a poat ptanted five milea eaat
of Coal Leaae No. M11��, marked C. fi. B. S. V.. ,
corner of Cool Leaae No. 3, theoce eaat nJ chaina.
tbecce north M> chaina, tbo-too waat 80 chain.-..
thence aouth x1 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11. lyll. C. fi. HAINTKU. Locato.-
Pub. Sopt. .3.
Skaena Land Diatnct Diatnct of Quoen Charlotte
Take nouce that thirty Java from data, I, C fi.
Hainter of Pnnoe Hupert, fa. C-. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbe Chief Commiaaioner of l-an-i* for a licenco to pruapect for '
cool and petroleum ua and under 6W acrea of j
land on liraham laland dseef.bed ao followa:
Commenocf at a poet planted Ave milee eaat
of Coal I oooo No. 44T6, marked C. E. B. S. fi '
corner Coal Leaa* No. 4, thence weat ho ehaina,
thence north o-O chaina. thence eaat Ml ehaina,
thenee aoutb BV ehaina to place of commencement.
Datad Sopt. 11. 1911. C. fi. BAlNTfiK, Locato
( rub. Sent, u
Skerna Land Dtatnrt    D����mct of Queen Charlott   '
Take nouce that thirty daya from date, 1, K. T.
Urodenck of Pnnee Kupen. H. C-. by oce-.-auor,
bank manager, intend to apply to the Charf Commiaaioner oi Lanoa for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum eo and under **lo acrea of
lar.-l on Graham laland deacribed aa follow*.
Commencing at a poet plamted two mtlao north
of C. fi. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, marked S. fi
corner of A. T. B. Coal Laoae No. 27. thence
weet 80 chaina, thenct north 80 chain*, tl .*���
eaat 80 ehaina, thence touth 00 chaina to [*;.��>
of comaier.cement.
.   A. T. BRODfiHICK. Locator
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. fc E. Bainter. Afent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
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^cee-a Land Di��rlet���Diatri-rt of Quean Charlott
Take notice that thlrt*. ela*.. Irora data. I, C. E
Hainter of I'rinca Kupert, H. C. by o-Kupeta-n
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha ChM Com-
mMe-onc of Land, tor a Imnce to proepect for
cai and pr*.n,;.*--ni on and under Sill acna of
land on Craham laland deecribed aa followa:
Commencini at a poet pUnted al tha eouthant
rorner of Coai 1 .<���__�� No. 446J markad C. E. U
Coal Leaae No. ?t, thenee north $0 ehalna, thenca
���eat v> chain*, l-ienn aoulh SO chaina, thenca
east SU rhaina lo point ol rommencament cc remr.r
all (onahvra Ti.hr. Point.
DatedSept. 12, ISII. C.  E.   HAIN'T!!:
I*ub. Oat 7.
���skeena Land Pislriet���Diatrict ol Quean Charlotte
Take nollea that thirty daya from dat*. 1. A. I'
llroderick of Prince Kupen, il. C.. by r-rci-i ��*,- ���
bank manaier. Intend to anply to tha Chie* Com-
mtauoner . I Lan.l* toe a licanca to tiroes-act lit
coal and prtrola^ni oa and under 640 acree ot
land on liraham laland d���cribed ee lollowa.
Commencing at a poet planted two mllee north
ol C. t, 11. Coal Leaae No. If. marked .- w
corner A. T. It Coal Leaae Na i:.. thance north
*M1 chain*, lhanc* matt 80 chaina, thenca south .-to
chaina, .hence waat 80 chain* to placa ol commencement.
A. T. BRODEKICK. Locator
Dated Sept. 13, 1011. C. E. Uainlar, Apr x
I'ul,. .���sept. J.l.
Skeana Land Diatrict���Dlalrlct of Quaaa Charlotte
Take notica that thirty elay* (mm data, I, A. T.
tlrodenck at Princa Kupert, 11. C. by occupation
hank manacar, inland to apply to tha Chief , ,--,.
mt-ra-oner of Lands tor a licaoe* to proepect f.,r
coal and petroleum on and under b40 care* ot
land on Craham laland deecribed aa lollowa:
Commencing at a pool plnaied two milee north
,-f C.  K.   It.  Coal Lea** No. 20,  marked S.  E
cornar A. T. II. Coal Lease No. 2��, thenc* north
su chaina. theaca  was*  M) chains,  thenc* eouth I
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Skeana Land Diatrict��� Dietrtct of Cout Ranga S
Take notice that Herbert 1. Hackle of Pembroke., Ont.. occupatioa lumberman, inlands to
apply lor parmiaaion to purchaa* tha following
.teecnt-ed land*:
Commencing at a post plantad on tba Wt bank
of tba Zymo-.om or Zim-a-got-fta River, al aouthweat cornar of Lol 1706, thanca northerly, lollowing
'ha westerly boundary of Lot 1706, M chains
mora or lea. to lh* aorthwast earner ol -aid Lol
1.06, thanca oattarly and aoutherly. loUowing
tbe let: bank of said rirar. At chains mor* or laa. to
point of com*nanc*m*at containing 160 aerae
mora or laaa.
Located August  19. Itll.
Dat��d August 21, 1*11.    HERBERT 1. MACKIE
I'*,b. Aug 26. Pradahek S element*, Agant
Skaana Land District-District of Coaat Rang* i
Take notice that I. Thomaa McClymont of
I'rinc* Kupert, B. C occupation real estate
broker, intend lo apply lor permiaalon to purchaae
the lollowlng daecribad lands:
Commencing at * paot plantad at ihe s. W.
corner of pre-emption record 412, thence ern M
chaina, tbence *outh 40 ehalna, thance waet 80
chain* to ahor* of l.k.. th*eaca lollowing ahor*
of lake in a northerly direction to point of commencement: containing 110 acraa, mor* or Um.
D*t*d S��*>t. S, 1*11. THOMAS MeCLYMUNT
Pub. Sept. 9. Rrao-art Coi.. Agaat
Skeen* Land Diatrict���District of Coaat Rang* i
Taka notice that ll. F. Millar ol Tipton, ��og-
land. occupation farmer, ntvnde to apply for
i���rmuaion u> punka** tb* lollowing eiieseribsd
lands:
Commencing st a peat pleated about 60 chains
waat Irom the N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, thance
north 40 ehalna. th-mc* waat XO chaina. lhanc*
aouth 40 ehalna; the-���- east N chains to the
point ot commencement containing eighty acras
mora oe laaa.
Dalad Auguat 1* 1*11. R. P. MILLER
rub. Aug. t*. r. M. Millar. Agaat
Skeaaa Land District District af C-0-aet llange i
Taka notica that frank S. Millar of Lo-don.
Eng- occupatioa ci.il engineer, inlands to apply
(or permission lo purchase tha lollowlng dwMfltml
lands:
CoauDancing at a poat plantad at ihe N. I.
Cornar nf l.�� IS. thenoe north 20 chaina, thanca
���>���*. 20 chaina, theac* aouth 20 chaia*. Inmee
eaat 20 chain* to petal ot eaenmaacwmaat, con-
taming 40 acraa mora ar lam.
Imtmsl Auguat It, 1*11.        PRANK S. MILLER ,
I'ub. Aug. 26 P.M."
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
m.'fiiu Und DIatrlot���Patriot of Coaat IUngo &
So notice that Lcltoy  f, Crant o! Prineo
liuucrt   ti* C , oceupatlon civil englneei. InUnda
to opi'ly 1,,r PormiaHioa to purchaoo tbe lollowing
dlCommeiicmB at a poot planted about 8 1-2 miloa
in _ northerly diroction Irom the northeaat corner
Lt ot Lot lodU, Kongo 6, Coaat Ufetrict, thenee
iit   "ti) cliuina,  thonco north 60 ehalna. thence
wuat to  hank  ol  rivor,   thence oouth  lollowlng
bunk <>f river to point ol commencement:   eon*
i-miun. 161> ocree, moro or leaa.
��i mi Sopt. 9. Wll. LEHOY  P.  GRANT
pub, Oct. 10. Gordon C. Eramerooo, Agent
skeona Land DUtrict���District ol Cout Range o
'take notioe tbat Lottie Mcl'avi_..i ol Vancouver,
occupation   married   woman,   intenda   to   apply
lur permiaalon to purchase tbo lollowlng deacribed
Commeneing at ft poat planted at the north-
wat corner luu ohaliui uaal ond 20 ehalna north
from N. I**- corner ol Lot lllti, Harvey'a Survey
t i.tu.1 IJlatricl IUngo 6, thenco 20 eba.ua aouth,
iliunce ti*) cbaina oaat, theoce til) ehalna north,
thunco hi chaina waat, thenco tiO clmi us eouth,
iliunce 40 cliaina went to poit ol commencement
.(..illuming 400 acree mora or luto.
l).uStKJt 1��. mi. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Kb! Sept. 23 Frod W. Bohler, Agent
���.t-nii Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Coaat Rango 5
lake noticu that MUa Mary Muiville ol Cfaro,
ii.i.'.iul,   occupation   op-nator,   inunda  to   apply
lur permiaaion to puronaae tho lollowing de-ribed
'"iloi'iiiiiuneinK at a poat plantod one chaina north
ol inf aouineaaL cornty ol Lot 632, thence north
IU cnaina, tbonoe oaat 20 cbaina, tbenee aouth 40
i-iuina, tneiico woat 20 cbaina to point ol com-
,i ,'iicomuut; conUining eignty acraa, moro or loaa
IMtudUet. 11.1V11. MiMb MAill MULV1LL-*
;ni., Nov. IL John C. Muiville, Agent
lit llu Coola Land DUtriet���DUtrlct ol Coaat Rang
&
Take notice that H. M, Cliff of Dundalk, Ire*
lund, occupaUon gonlloman, inunda to apply
for purmiaaion to leaae the lollowlng doaenned
lunua: mb ," ...
Commencing at n poot planted on the ahore
o( Neclucuconnay itiver about 10 chuna woet
ot Indian Koaurve Lino ,theneo weat 60 cbaina
following the channel ol Noclecuoonnay Rivor,
ilirnce aoutb 60 cbaina moro or loaa to cbannol
ul in'ilu Coola Rivor, thenoe lollowing channel
ul lU'llu CooU Rivor ooatorly 60 cbaina, north
mj chaina moro or looo to point ot oommencoinenl;
conuiuing 460 acroa, more or looo.
Dal��i August 26, I'Jll. H.   M.   CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. 60. William McNair, Agont
Skeena Land DUtriet���DUtrict ot Coaat IUnge 6
'lake nouce tbat llenjaraln Huaeel Riou ol
Prince Rupert, H. **.'., occupation waiter, Intonda
to upply lor pormiaaion to purehaae tbo lollowing '
duttcrioed landa:
Commencing at a poat.planlod Oi chaina eouth
from tho eouiheael corner ol Lot 6060. Poat
marked Ii. R. R & E. Corner, tbence 70 cbaina
\m.-4, thenco 66 chaina nortn, thenee 70 cbaina
eaat, thunce 66 cnaina eoutb lo point ol coin*
iiii'iicumoul, contenting 466 acrua mora or luaa,
i.r.rsJA.MlN   HlixsM. RICE
Dated October 21, is*l 1.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skoeno Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Caaalar
Take notice tbat  Angus Jamoo   McRonalu of
Vancouver, 11. C, occupation hookkooper, mtodnna
lo apply lor permUaioo to pureboee tne lollowing
diwcritHfd landa;
Commencing at a poat planted al tbo coniluence ol Ulockwator rivor wilb Naaa rivor, aboul
;.... mUt-B aouin Irum tbe alatb Dominion 'lulvgrapb
cabin. Poet marked A. J. M. N. VV. Corner,
ti.i-ncv 60 Chaina auuth, tbenoo 60 cbaina cast
itiunco 60 cbaina nortb, tbonoe 60 chaina weet
tu point ol eommencement, conUining 640 acree
mora or luaa.
ANGUS JAMES McKEN&lE
Datud Sept. 23, 1911.
J ui.. Nov. 2.
Skoena Land DUtriet-DUlrict ol Caaaiar
Take nutico tbat Horbert McLennan ol  Van*
ruu-.iT, H- C., occupation real eeUte ageut, InUintla
to apply (or permiaalon to purcbaae inu lollowing
described landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod at the con-
tluunce ul UUckwator rivor with iho Naaa river
about two milaa aoutb ol tbo autb Dominion
'lelugrapb cabin* Poot markod 11. M. N. E.
Corner, tbenoo bO cbaina eoutb, Ibence 60 cbaina
weat, tbence 80 chaina north, tbenoo 60 chaina
eaal lo puint ol eommencumwiii, containing 040
acr?* mora or leaa.
Dated Sept. 28, lVll        HERBERT McLENNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skoona Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 6
Takt bunco tbat 1, Chneloptiex Jamoa Grabam
ol Prlooo Hup rt, 11. C-, occupatiun locomuiivv
engineer, inund to appl) lur permu-aion tu purcbaav
lho following doacribod landa.
Commencing at a poet planud at the euulb-
wenl corner ul Lot No. :,-*.* vicinity ul Lake
Lakulae and marked Chnaiopber i. Grabam
N. E. Corner, thonoe weal 40 cnaina, thenco eouth
80 chain*, ttience taat 40 cbaina, tbenea nortb 60
chaina to poot ol comtnanoemeni; containing
820 acieo, more nr looo.
CHRISTOPHER  JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Daud SepL 22* 1611  11.66 A.M.���V> iintm-d T. D
Laird.
Pub. Sept. SO.
Bella Coola Land DUtriet���DUtrlct of Coaat Range
Take noticu that H. M. Cliff ot Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intonda to apply lor
permiaalon to leaae tlie lollowing deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the ahore
near tho N. L. corner ot Lot No. 8, thence north
40 chaina, thence woat BO chaina more or leaa to
eaat boundary of cannery leaae. thenco following
the aaid eaat boundary oouth 40 ehalna more or
leaa to ahoro line, thenoe lollowlng aald ahore
line eaaUrly 80 ehalna more or leea to point ot
commencement; contuining 320 acrea, more or
loaa.
Dated Auguat 81, 1911. II.  M. CUFF
Puh. Sept. 80. WUliam McNair, Agont
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct���DUtriet of Coaat IUngo
8
Take notice that H. M. Cliff ot Dundalk, Ireland, oceupatlon gentleman, intend* to apply
lor permiaalon to leaao tbo following deaciibed
landa:
Commeneing at a poat plantod at tbo N. E
cornor ol Lot 33, thonoe north 20 chaina, thance
weat 40 ehalna, thenco aouth 20 ehalna mora or
lean to ahora lino, tbenee following the ahoro lino
oaat 40 cliaina more or loaa to point ot eommencoment; containing 80 cares, moro or loaa.
Datod Auguat 31, 1911. H.  M.  CUFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair. Agent
Bella Coola Lud DUUict���DUtriet o ICooat Rang
8
Tako notico tbat II. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intenda to apply
for purmlaalun to leaao tho following deaenbed
landa:
Commonclng at a poot plantod at tho N. W.
corner ol Lot No. 4, thonco north 40 ehaina, thenoe
oaat 40 chaina, thonco eouth 40 chaina moro or
leae to ahore lino, thonco lollowing ahoro line
westerly 40 ehaina moro or loaa to point of commencement; conUining 80 acrea, moro or loaa.
Daud Auguat 28, 1911. H.  M.  CUFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair. Agon
Bella Coola Land DUtriet���DUtrict ol Coaat Rango
S
Tako notice that H. M. Cliff ot Dundalk, Ira-
land, oceupatlon gentleman, InUnda to apply
tor permiaaion to leaao tho lollowing deecribed
landa:
Commencing at a poet plantod at tho N. W
corner ot Lot 262, thencu aouth 40 chaina moro
or loaa to northern boundary ol loaae No. 1 applied
(or ny II. M. Cliff, thence (ollowing aald boundary
eaat 20 chaina, tbenee nortb 40 chaina, thonco
weat 20 ehalna to point ot commencement; containing 60 acraa, mora or loaa.
Dated Augual 28, 1911. H.  M. CUFF
Puh. SepL 80. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrict���DUlrlet of Coaat Rango
S
Take not.ee that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Irt-
land, occupaUon gentleman, Intenda to apply
(or permUalon lo leaao tho following daacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at tbo S. E
corner of Lot 261, tbonoe ooulh 40 cbaina moro
or leaa to northern boundary ol Loaae No.   1
Siplied lor by 11. M. Cliff, tbenoo eaal 20 chains
ong  B��nl   boundary,   tbonoe   north   40  chaina,
thence woat 20 cbatna to point ol commencement
conulnlng 60 acraa, mora or leae.
Dated Auguat 26, 1911. H.   M.  CUFF
Pub. Sepl. 30. William  McNair. Agont
. . . .ITEMS OF. . . .
SPORT!
THE OLYMPIC GAMES OF 1812.
The Rev. H. du Couroy Lallan,
Hon, Sooretary of tho British
Olymplo Qounoll, has just returned from Stockholm, where
ho lms lieen making Inquiries re-
yarding the arrangements for tht
Olymplo games lo be held there
in July nexi, wiih parlloular ref-
eruiT lo tlie aooommodatlons to
be provided the Briiish competitors.
Mr. Lallan spoke in high terms
of appreciation ..f the kindness
and hospitality wiih whieh he was
received, continuing: "The organisation is admirable in every
way. The Swedish (ioveniiiient
has made a grant of, I believe,
1200,000, and every other country concerned has given a substantial sum. This applies even
to the Australian Colonies. We
shall shortly issue an appeal for
180,000 to defray the expenses
of Ureal Britain, as we have no
Government subsidy to help us
out.
COAL NOTICE
Skeeni Land Dlslriet���DUUict ol Queen Charlotte
Taka noUoa lhal thirty .!��>��� Irum dale, I, C. V..
Ualnlar ol Princa Itupert, u. C, by occupstion
t-Mkkeeper, Intend lo apply to the Cbiel Com*
rui-sioner ol Lands tor a lioenoe to proapact lor
coal and petroleum on an.l under CIO acraa ol
laad on Uraham laland deacribed as (olloersi
Commanclng al a po.1 planled live milaa eaat
ol Coal Lean No. 4474, markad C. I:. II.inter'.
N. *&. cornar Coal Laaaa No. V, thanea south mi
chains, ihenca waat ho chains, thenca north BO
chains, tlu-iics, aaal HO cbaias lo plaoa ot com*
mencemenl.
Dalad Sepl. II, I'Jll.    C. E.  UAINTER, Locator
I'ul. Sepl. tl.
Skeeni Und Iir.lr.cl District ol Quaan Charlotu
Take nolle, lhal Ihirty davs Irom data, I, C. B.
Hainter ol I'rinca Itupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkoeper. inland la apply* lo lha Chief Commissioner ol Land* lor a lleenee lo prospect lor
ooal and petroleum oo and under oiu acraa ol
land on liraham Island described as loilowi!
Commaodai at a poal planted one mtle nortb
ol C. I. H Caal Laaaa No. 10. markad C. 1. I.
Coal Laaaa No. 1-, lhanoe north HO chains, thenoa
weal to chain--, thanca aoulb HO chaina, thanea
east 80 chun. lo placa ol commencement.
D.led Sept. 11,1*11. C. K. II.MNI Kit, Locator
I'ub. Sept. -J.
Skaena Land District���District^ Quaan Charlott
Taka notice lhal Ihirty day's Irom dale, I, C. a,.
Ualnlar ot Crinoe lluperl, l>. 0. by occupaUon
bookkeeper. Inland lo apply lo the Chie! Com-
mu-lonrr ot Land, lor a licence Is proepect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea ol
land on Craham Island deoeribed as lollowa:
Corameoctaf at a past planted two mllea north
of C. K. II. Coal Leaaa No. 10, marked N. E.
eoraar C. E. U. Coal Lease No. IA, U-eoce aoulh
-��� ch.ln.. lh.nco weal 80 chaina, theac. north
DO chalu, Ibence eaat W cbaiu to plaoa of eom-
Tiei*.CTme.nt. _
DatedSept. II, Itll.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. ti.
"Two new features in the athletic program are the pentathlon
and decathlon competitions. They
demonstrate who is, the all-round
sportsman. Iu lhc peulhalou the
trophy goes to thu competitor
who excels in live events���running swimming, pistol-shooting,
fencing and riding. The decathlon is a lesl in ten events, aud
the winner will hold the Emperor
of Russia's handsome gold cup,
which represents a Viking ship
pulling into land. The Kaiser
iinil the Lmp.'I'm' of Austria have
also given prizes, and 11. II. II.
lhe Crown Prince of Sweden, who
is pr.'.nl.-nl of the Swedish
Olympic Committee, is taking
great personal interest in lhe
work.
"They are building a very line
stadium, and lhc structure will
be complete by the end of the
jrear, ll is of a dark red brick
with granite insets, and il will
be sculptured by different arlisls.
II will be roofed with red tiles.
The building is situated in a pie-
luresque position jusi oulside
Stockholm, within easy access
of all parts of the cily. There
will he accommodation fur 30,000
spectators.
The Gift
Problem
Solved
Don't worry about what
to give at the Chrittmai
���ea.on ��� our catalogue hat
made eatisiactory gilt chousing ��� plea.snt tubk.
Hundred* of especially
suitable gift article, are to
be found in it, of Diamond,,
Jewelry. Silverware, China,
Cut Gla,,, Leather Good,
and Nov.lties.
A oopy ol it will be mailed
free upon requeit.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canada'* Lar jest Jewelry House
Jas, Ryrie, Prea,
Harry Ryrie, Stc,-Treat.
134-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
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THE COSY CORNER = |
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     |
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over WeBtenhaver Hros.' Office.
This is a little section ot the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to Its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
WILL SHOW THE MEN
G.T.P. Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8 a.m.
Middle burgh Women Arrange to
Do Grading Work on Road.
Afler making three unsuccessful attempts In secure men und
learns In contribute their time to
macadamize the approaoh to the
Mlddleburgh (Ponn.) Union Gem-
elery, the fourth call was issued
Sunday in lhe four churches of
the town. The cemetery trustees
are without funds and lho only
way to get tho work done is lo
depend on voluntary contributions.
On previous oecusinns but a
few men and one or two teams
responded lo the call for philanthropy, and yesterday twenty-
live women of the different congregations volunteered their
services. All will join in Thursday und Friday to pick stone and
shovel crushed limestone.
The women say that if the men
will nut do the work, Ihey will,
even if they must slay on lhe job
for a week.
A SECRET OF BEAUTY
Skeana Laud DUlrict���District o! Caaalar
Taka notioe that lt IL Stewart ol Vanoouvw,
11.  I'.,  oecupatlon  truckman,  inlands *0 apply
lor permiaalon to purcbaae the loilowin. deecm-ed
Commencini at a post planted 40 chalu south
of l-Te-emplion No. nu7 and bl ch.in. rut (rom
tbe Nau Kiver .S. W. Cl, Ihenca in chatu awl,
thanca 40 chains north, tbence 40 chatu mean, ^^^ 	
Uience 4U chains south to lha point ol commence- ^Jand iil^i��m'on "and under" ito
ment to eanx*lnlW*et*. B��_t��V-aw_m . land on .ir'.ham Island d��-riti��i a. lollow.;
I)...,. Au.  ian             ^.ii T t..ll.M���n A.����. Commencln, al a port |,lanl��l two mil��� north
D.UNlAu, IHI.           JeroeeT. .ullerton, A|eo. ���, c   W *TTg�� i^mm tso. 14, markad N. K.
I un. Sepu .J. ,.iir|.w c   (    i,   , ���,, ljmm No   ,;_ th.nce aoulh
KU���,. ,..A i,-.,.i ,    r>i.._i-. ���i ,-.., ...... *.   * ehalna, Ihenca weal Ml chains, Ihenoe north ��0
Skaana Und District -Duiilci ol cout Itanja 6 | -.^^ ���,������ ���_.  ��� chllM u -,_,��� ���, ���,-..
Skaena Land District - Dutrict ol t)ueeo Charlotta
Take notice thai thirty dav. (rom dale, I. t". I.
Ualnlar of I'nuc Hupert, 0. . .. by occupatiun
IxKikkeeper, inland to apply lo lha Chi-ri Cora-
muaioner ���I Landa lor a lleenrsj le proepect lor
nwncement.
Daled Sepl. II,
l-ub. Sept. U.
UU.    C. E. DAINTER, Locator
Skesna Laad DWrtet���District ol Quaan Chsrlott.
Taka notice tbat Harold E. Smith ol Merely,
Alia., occupaUon slallon stent, inlends to apply
lor parniaaion lo purchaaa lha lollowln, de-ecriueu
"commandng al a post plantad at the aoulh- 	
wasl corner 100 chains easl and 20 cha ns north ���     T,k, BBUt, lh_, Ihirty dsys O_.���.uon
Iron, N. E. vomer ol Lol 111*. Uarv.y s Survey ! u^.,.. -| l*nn�� llup*��n. U   C. by ,e��mpaUon
Coul District llange o, Ihenoe 40 chalu ea.1.   boo.kupw, inland lo apply lo lhe cb|ali.om
tbence bO chaina no.lh. lhance 40 cb..u mmsx., ___-���, ���( Und. lor a Ueence lo P"*^. ���*��
Ihenca BO chaina aoulb lo port ol commencemenl ��� totl mwi petroleum oo^nd^ndw^tu
containing 320 acraa, mora or lam.
"There is a ground 301) yards
from the stadium where the compel itors will have an opportunity
I.. Irain in riding, shooting, fencing and lawn tenuis when it is
n..l possible In use lhc larger
area. Ilowing and swimming will
lake place in the harbor."
Alterations in Sailings
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
Dec.  7���To   Masset,   Naden   Harbor,
Skidegate and all Island points 10 p.m.
Dec. 14���To Masset and Naden Harbor
at 10 p.m. and every alternate Thursday thereafter.
Dec.  21���To Skidegate, Jcdway, etc.,
at  10  p. m.,   and   every   alternate
Thursday thereafter.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
Read The Daily News
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN TIIE MATTER of the K.tate ol JOHN
CAI'ECCI I.i. ..I tha City of Prlnea Itupwi, in
lha Provlnea of UrlUah Columbia. '
late
Dalad Sept. 18, IHI.
I'ub. Sept. 11.
HAROLD a SMITH
Kred W. Uohler. Afe"
Und o2'x',n2*ml-l*nYila-erltimlm loUowa:
ol t*   E   II   Coal  lAmms So   12. marke-  N.
tt*2, c. t a* t���� K ��,.������.-l^n.e*���.���e,
ol
nortb
  W.
eoraar C. E. it. coai uaa��� n��. ... ...      aetata
SO chaiiu, lhe.ee eul so ehaiu. ihenca nortb au
- N cbaiu lo pUos of com-
Skeena Land District-District ol Coul IUnge I
Take nollea tbat I, Cordon C. Emmeraon ol , chalu. thenca
I'rinca   llupert,   U.   C,   *********** .***.*��* 11******.. ������.    C. E. UAINTER, Loealer
corner poal ol Lot \1*1. <***_*%^*>- BftEft ' .. J***. ******* 0)20,   {,
Imtxk, thance ��.u.b t******^^*)* 5jj��   PJ^S L^J-^_sSSmS
j SSnind Su-SBaH.sJ <"***** **
oT'coramTnMmiui" conia.'ning'lW acre., mora or
Dl-ed SapC ��, IHI.  OORDON C. EMMERSON
I'ub. Oct. 10.
eel
b SffiKSSstStMl ******
lommeneing at a lion I""".*-. - r w
^r   I*   ll   lui   l*>mm  No-   l-'e m.r.*" ��*   "'
S, ,-' .*' li  lodUaaa No. I��. lhan��a north
Skoena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Cout IUnge l>   corner C. ',-: "* v^_,'JoT|)_--, thanca aoulb SO
'"ia   nolle,   lha? lllriam Hoy   >��****��   ?j��t'%J!*"m ~U ch.iu*.o place of com-
tt iiiiilms,     Man     occupallon   barrtalar,   intemu , chatu, wienc
S .Tin, p^mU-Tu C purchuo th. lollowlng   ���nejmjn{-       ������     c_ t UA1NTER, UeaU��
*5MiM��4B0�� ****>i*2��J**g�� ��� pub' *+ *
corner 40 ��*** amTt**!***]?!^****.
"_ot 111.. Harvey. Survey cou.   &___	
DUUict IUnge 6. thenos 60 chalu eaal, thanca |    Take nolles that tblrty
!HiMa*ssi%��s^n0IHgB8
" sniily to lha Chief Com-
***&--��� - proapact lor
��� af laad
N. E. corner
aa 6. tbenoa ��- .-������ ���._   __ _,, i     . ���- ���.
Wchalaa north, thenee 60 ehaiu weat. then��a��u | B^nUr ���|
a��y_w^-��ii=s^^����i,,,w; mm:***2a\ &T8AS
I'ub. Sapi. 23.
"i'tad W. Uohler, Agenl
Take  iiollca""^! Charlo.
on Uraham ialanet daMrlbed ��� .	
Commencing al a put plsnlol two mil* north
  ol C. E.  n. Coal Leaae No.  14, markad 8. W.
-���uu -Tim.     i I eorner C. E. II. Coal Uaea No. 20. thence north
���Allium   nam   ejl    ������ jjjj_ xhmgl ,__,, ���, ch_,      jj���,, _jj K
"*""���  "'     -'���-���--   .h.nre east SO chalu lo placa ol cc
Skuna Und DUtrirt-DUtrictol Caaslu     (I corner      	
"at   Charles   William   llsm   oi im. ch_,_ -_���--��� --_^ ...1-.
Vancouv��, B. C, occupation In.peclor, Inland. | cb-Uu, th.nc. **** *>�� ****
i the lollowlng
.sriwu,,-,,   ...   w..   m..-K-  r
to apply lor permlsaion to purcn
deaerlbed landa: _.i.-i_l  ..   the con-
Commendng at a poet *s***XAS M
lluenne ol UlMkwaler river with **^**JSSL
about two milu aouth Irom the alath Domiaion
Telegraph cabin.    Ful marked C. w. u
mencement.
D.ted Sepl-II. 1��H*
I'ub. Sept. 23.
com-
C. E. UAINTER, Ueatoe
H   W,
CortTer,-thenee SO cMdM'north, thanea * !._._. I B��i?T��
ut.
Skwna Und DUtrict���Dlatrlcl ol Queen Charlotu
���I .lm nolice. thai Ihirty day. .I'.r data. I, ('. E.
of i'rlnr. Rupert, H   C, by occupation
* to apply lo th. Chief ��,.,,,
��� ���- ���.. m,.m  ta.
k.*n,uTo"eh_M���aonuX^i.'a'i'*�� *�� **i% \ booktaepaV." Intend to aj-u - ^j mSmg- tot
���a Aft tSa-sa* ���****>* ��igs s_B%Ara?__i!Fa
aer. mora or 1'-*c|1A���Ll.3 wm,IAM   HAM
Dalad Septamber 23, IHU-
I'ub. Nov.'--
Skeana Und DMHHMjJ SjhWv.n*
Taka noUco lhal Thomu **S,S*Wm* *o
rpX^^rmS'irpu'Trtu'tuow,,,.
daacribed lands: -i..i��. .t tbe con- 	
Commencing  at  a  put  P*******'  *-'       tb���ul i ��� |nWr -, prinu llupert, u
���uenoo ol Ulackwater river with ��"��� river BBm***, Inland lo apply
Two milu Miuth ol lhe ** PWjS-��BS , SS3 *>* ***>**��� '*" tS
eabln.   I'oat marked T-Am��_��* "��� *^    ���'
���"tr,c' mSmmVm*m^~*r**!*�� 5
mmWm -e*"'o"��h.in. I* ***** *t *****
Bssns. 11. !�������c- e- baintbr- ���Me*{��'
chalu aoulh, Ibenco * ****���"" "J ���r La
eommancam.nl, *��**^l^*S!sWs\ WHITE
Dated Sept. 23, lllll.
Pub Nov. S.
Skaena Und P>g��_^l__g-1!Bg
Take notice that *���_���_��� -,.������.,.   luends   to
Iswyer,   Intends   .- .
tha lollowlng I
���hor* oi  Kutiynwt-n  <nh*  on .
o( ��im��ll rt��mn'��*l""���uih M chalm, lh��nw
of Crow Uko.   Ihenc* g��^^ ihor, im- ��.f
��Mt'S0 eluUn* more *Jt*** ���n(j w'itriy" toi
���ere*
Crow  Ltke,
Sk.--.-n* Und liKirlrt - Iii-iri. i of Qown Charlott*
1 ak* notio* that thirty daya Irom dat*, I. C. K.
Uatnler ol Prinoe Kupert, u. C, by occupation
i.i.iiklt��'i" r. Inland to apply to th* ChM Com*
I miMioner of Und* for a licence to j��r������-(>��� f i  lor
: coal  and petroleum on  and  under 640 acre* of
oland on Uraham laland described aa followo:
Commencini at a pott planted two ml)** north
of C. K. H. Coal laeaM No. 16, marked N. >-
comer C. h U. Coal Uaae No. 'li, tbence eouth
M chaina, thenc* west 83 chaina, thenc* north >���<*
chaina, tnanc* Mat SO chaina to place of com-
menr-ptnent.
Dated Sapt. 12, Itll.    C. R. BAINTER. Locator
Skeana Und DUtricl���Di.trict ol Quaan Charlotte
Taka notice lhat thirty day. Irom date, I, C. E.
Ilainler o! I'linee Ru| .rl. 111',!,, occup.tion
l,eKikkeep<ir, Inlend to apply to the Chiel Com*
missioner ol Lands lor a llcanu to pruiiret for
eoal and petroleum on and under 610 catee ol
land on tlraham lslsnd dancribed u lollowii
Commencing al a port planled two mllee north
��� ������ >��� ii i*���,i Uaae No 17, marked N. E.
i US  thenn aouth
OTICE hi hereby gtv.n lhat all
ba na any cl.lm. or dan.ar.da .g.in.t
J    a Capecci, who died on or about lha am ���.y
0 Deeamber, IS10, at I'rince Rupert, B. C, are
r uired lo und by post prepaid or lo deliver
lo tba underedgneal Solictor nerain lor Adollo
Assail, AdminUlra.or, their namu and addrasaaa
and lull particulara la wriUng of their claim, and
.i.t.m.nt. of tbeir accounla, aad tha nature of
lha eecuri.tee, if any, held by Ihem.
AND TAKE NOTICE thai altar tha 10th day
01 Dmraber. IHI, Ibe aald Adolfo Assail will
proceed lo distribute the aaertj of lha said deeeaeed
among lhe peraou enUtled thereto, having rward
oniy lo tba claima of which ha will ihen have had
notice, and th.l the uld Adeilfo Aaaali .III aot
be ii.lil. lor lho aald eaaria or any part thereof
to any peraona of whou claim he Is not Ihen In
receipt at notice.
DATED el I'rinu Rupart, B. C, th. 2nd day ol
November, A. I>. IHI.
I.    W.   I'ATM.IIti:,
Solicitor lor the uld
Adollo Auall.
On your Chriatmaa vlait Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
m
It Is a Simple One���Drink Plenty
of Water.
1'ew women drink enough
waler. That is nature's great
panacea for many ills, if one.
will drink two quarts of pure
water a day il will help remove
Ihe circles from under the eyes,
of whieh many women complain,
will lighten lhe liver bloli-hes on
lhe face nnd bring nature's own
rouge to the lips.
Waier, used exti'i'iiaiiy ami Internally, with diet and exereise,
is almost the only tiling necessary for u good complexion. The
proper use of these, which naliire
has given us so bountiful and
whieh are free to all, means
In-iillli and beauty.
a woman's lirsi Impulse is to
buy a jar of t-reaui ami expeel u
miracle in the way of a perfect
complexion within twenly-four
l^-purs, bui local treatment is not
enough. If the cause of the
blotched and pimpled face lies in
a had digestion, impure blood or
lack of vitality, these must bu ro
und seasoning un' added, or ihey
may in- put in with the moat,
si'iisiuii'ii. covered ami boiled Qve
niimil.'s uml pul ul once inio the
(lroless cooker and lefi several
hours nr nil day. Long, Blow
oooklng is the only rule for good
results.
TO COOK MINCE MEAT
This  Reoipe  Gives  the  Original
New England Way.
Covjor four pounds of lean beef
and two pounds of beef suet with
boilig water and oook until tender. Cool in water iu whioh they
are cooked and llnely chopped apples. The apples should bl
pared, cored and quartered previous to lhe chopping, Then udd
Hire.' llnely chopped i|uinees.
three pounds of granulated sugar,
cups of in..lasses and Iwo quart!
of sweet eider. Take four
pounds Of seeded raisins, three
pounds of eiiri-anst, half a pound
of cil run and chop well together.
Mix them with the Ingredients
formerly prepared. To this add
on., tablespoonful of olnnamou
ami mace, one ablospoonfal of
powdered cloves, two grated nutmegs an.l a (caspoonfiil of pepper. Mix this in with the already
prepared edibles and salt u. taste,
Take the suet from the sloek in
whieh it and lhe meal were
 ked and chop il  line.    Add it
ami the stock to the prepared
mince meal. Place il all upon
ilu- siove and .'..ok slowly for two
hours.
COSMOPOLITAN   IN   DIOKEN8
I.II..IU.I.S DICKKXS is still a
'���best seller." Publishers don't
argue pro and con over his
books���Ihey jusi order a new
i-ai-li.ad of paper, oil the presses,
and lei Ihem speed on. And il
has been over forty years sinoe
mi.1 morning when (he vard was
lilted with scarlet geraniums aud
the l.realli of syringa wns heavy
in the air the great author f..l-
liiw.il little Nell. Now thai llu*
e.-iileiiai-y of his birlli (February
7 th, 1812   approach.'s, everybody
H. ("rllrlrrl.  Ml,III,, W.   N i,*ll.|s,,l,   l.llMl'y
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CAHSS,
Zof llritlsh Columbia
Zand Manitoba liar..
C. V. HENNETT, B.A.
e.f HC. 1 lulu ri,,. Sa��-
katrhewun   and  Al-
******    lierta liar..
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
)���Exchnnire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth ���troet. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
^Crown nnd Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, skilfully treated. Gaa and
local ananthcllc. admlni.U-re.1 for lhc painleu extraction of lest h. Conaultation free. t Hli.**-s :
Hi-U-'-rr-erti Block, l'nnce Ruuert- 11-12
Alex.M.ManrHin H.A..     W i'. Willi.iiii-.ii... . 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P.'O. BOX 'EX
I'RINCE RUI'EHT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
lllll. or WU.  I ..v..  ESQ.. A.*.A.M.. ION.. (NO
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident In.urancu
Cll< Jnl Avenue Phone 2u,1 and Green M
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *  SADDLERY  MANl'.'ACTDRER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ava. between 10th and llll. Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard*
Twelve Tables Second Avi.
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
B.C. Cout service ��� Famous Pm-cess
Line
Princess   Mary
Saturday, December 2nd, at 9 a.m.
For Vietoria. Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
lowing the shore llnu ol crow ����*���-,
to Crow l_.ke and Kutwymalmn Inlet to
place ol commencement, containing (orty 1
note or lies.   Located August 7, itll.
rtiuuE jg. TALI*
bora or ���- ��� ,
Dated Aug. B,1��H.
Pub. Aug. 12-
JBU'-  TALL-IAN
ol C. |
comer C. E. H. Coal Leau No. . -   -.	
HO chain., thence weet 80 chains, thanca north
HU cbaina, ih.nee eut 80 chalu to plsu ol com-
mene-ement.
DatedSept. 12. 1UI1.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. U.
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 166 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in 8ame block.
Two cottage* run er Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots In all parti ot the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing I -ilneas in the City.
C. D.~RAND
Second Av*. Phone 112
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
Prince Rupert Lodge, 1.0.0 J.
NO. S3
Meet* in the llelger*on Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. CLUCK. Sec.
CHRISTMAS
Novelties
SILK KIMONA8
fresh from Japan
DRAPERIE8
for that new piano
CENTRE PIECE8
that will grace a table
8ILK 8HAWL8
specially adapted for evening wear *
LINEN
of the nneit texture
JABOUR BROS.
825 Third At.sk        'THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Phut 243 Bl.rk
FEED STORE
W*cmiry rv��*r)lhtn* In th* t***>l lln#. ml-wgmr*
���lm smli ai th��* lnwrml markrt t>rtc*A. at CulUtrt't
ulc h***j*X .Si'ifr. Markrt IMac*
PONY EXPRESS
l*rampt Deliverr I'hone. II or Wl
EBY   0.   Co.==3
UKA I.    I..-.IA.'.*-:
KiUumkalum Land For Sll*
IIIT.-.CI.KAI.CH ��� I'    C.
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Betwci^akthSU.    Wnce Rupert
____._.__      I���*"   ^^^^_
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granlteware       Tinware
I SECOND - AVENUE
moved, Than lbs h.-uiiug stlvss
nml I,,ml treatments, uiasHitg..
and loo packs will cl.'unsu and
rl.-an up th.' skin.
II,'inily is a trinity, and I., ac-
i|iiii*i* it nn.' must i*u It i\ a 11' cx-
i.'innl and Internal hygiene, uu
opllmlsllo vi.tw of life and an in-
leresl In one's fellowmen.
iin.' ..f th.' must praotloal ways
nf Hushing the system is in
drinking plenty ,,l cold wat.'r.
Drink a glassful While yuu arc
dr.'ssing in Ilm in..ruing, and a
glassful  half an  hour afler y..ii
have i-.-iii'ii your light in-.-nki.-��-1.
Do m.l drink imirli will it wiih
y.iur meals, but contrive to lake
at least two ipiarts into youi
stomach every twenty-four hours
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamflttlng and
Sheet Metal Work
OlUce: Srd Ave. Work.hop
Phone 174 Ind Ave. bet. 7th and Sth Sts
rnoHlWI P.o.*ot804
PONY EXPRESS
smBMATtc mtaciiAHTa' oai.ivaaT saavma
Baamwe. Store*, ami Foraranllna AiranU.   For
II,.. or Motor Car dar or night
s,��-���th Ave. and Fulton Phone 101
A  Little Hint on  How to Treat
Oheap Outs to Make Them Nloe.
in ihe preparation of cheap
cuts of meal, brown lhe meal
llrsl iu a hot spider or kettle for
flavor ami s.-ur the tSUFfMM M
thai lhe jiii.'.-.M may he retain.'.I
in lhe meal. Some scraps of fnl
may he lirowm-d ami onion sliced
uml frii'iI in the lui. an eipial mixture of Hour added, and when it
is mixed Smoothly with lhe lm
waler is pul in It. imike a thin
gravy. The meal is then pul In
ami left covered on lhe back of
lhc stove, ond   later   vegetables
ii. Dunking of Dickens.   Wc ha\i>
seourod   soveral   articles   which
will l.'ll many things about him
lhat hate hilherlo been unknown, j
In the January Cosmopolitan Ins!
son,   Alfred   Ti'iintsoli   Dickens, |
will tell you sonic of his own personal   reOOllOOtloni  0  fl In-  great
novelist.   Later, probably in 1-YI.-
iiiiiry, Mary Angela Dickens, Ins!
granddaughter- wilt gitc an in-
limiile view of Dirkens as she i<--
mombers blm.   in fuel, in ih.se
am1 oilier artlolei on Dickens
whioh will follow���fully illus-
Iruiiil. of course���we shall aim
to give yon a more vivid picture
11,an   has   yel   been   publfslieil  of
ihe human���lbs boms���aids >*t
lh.- great master, written by
IbOSl' who knew him best. Hen.I
lhe    artlolei���Ihey    wll!    surely
arouse a new Interest in lbs "besl
beloved" author In tour library
Subscriptions to Cosmopolitan
will be accepted until Dtosmber
I'lib   ul   the   special   low   rale   In
Canada of 11.80.   Cosmopolitan I
Agency. I.ox Ml, Winnipeg.
Ch-ty Swwsiat aad Fareict Oeuiai
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
nacv* and Hue* put in onler by
C. H. CUTTING
Pi��<i..l C-aii| Saw* ��Mir��.  Im laid. ���
I'HONE 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director  and   Embalmer
CIIAH.iES REASON A III,..
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   IM.
OPEN DAT AND N'l.iHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS UM EMRALMKRS
funeral   Dirvelora
Ird Ave near 1th St. Phone Ne. M
HOWE & McNULTY
GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   nmtm   Chandlery
..Grand Hotel.
Ounoan Ross In. Town.
Duncan   llos-  arrived  in   town
r.'sieniiiy.   ii.. im* n gang ..f "Ml
neii busy at liis big luiin.'i camp.
Workingman'* Home
Free Labor Rami ia Cenediee
Phone 178 Isl Ave  and 7th St.
CEO. ~boi.iri.is  r.o^i.i..
Utile's NEWS Agency
��� \a)}****M ,   . , MagR7.iii.*�� :. |Vri.��liral* :: Newspaper*
For row boats and launches ^
Telephone   320   green.     Davia CIGARS  :: TOBACCOS -.-. FRUITS
Boat House. | g.t.p. wharf ���i^afa-ii. i ma,,.   1.11 ,*. ,   ,,i      ," .
.it. .... _._- ;.
THE DAILY NEWS
FREE
TRIP
ROUND
THE
WORLD
We have just arranged with one
of our clients to place forty-two
lots on the market under exceptional
advantages to the purchasers. The
lots are some of the best in Sections
7 and 8. The prices are as low
as any on the market, and tbe
terms so easy���monthly���that anyone can buy. Along with this
exceptional offer, each lot admits
the purchaser to a drawing for a
FREE TRIP ROUND THE
WORLD. If you hold the lucky
ticket the trip is yours; or you
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances are good���
one in forty-two. Come in and
investigate.
RFJcRAE
AND COMPANY
YESTERDAY'S SALE
BROUGHT $133,000
(C-.litinned from Page One)
tf****-*****
Cor. 3rd Av.
and 8th Si.
The James
Nicely furnished rooms. Good table boartl
Board 14,75 Room and Board S7.00
yiAi.iTV mull i-Hi.-im low
******
Block   1,   Lot   42,   ���   Hampton,
l|670.
Block 1, Lots 43, 44, \V. H. Kin-
kade, $670 each.
Block 1, Lots 45, 46, Angell, $62,r.
each.
Block 1, Lots 47, 48, E. McMordie.
$635 each.
Block 1, Lots 49, 50, Dr. Kergin,
$640 each.
Block 1, Lot 51, Kaien Island Syn-
tlldate, $690.
Block 1, Lota 52, 53, 54, McMordie, |S00 each.
Block 2, Lot 1, Buch, $1,515.
Block 2, Lots 2, 3, H. L. Donald-
sou, $1,040.
Block 2, Lot 4, H. L. Donaldson,
$1,005.
Block   3,   Lots    1-2,   J.    Walsh,
$2,380.
Block 3, Lot 3, R. Gordon, $900.
Block 3, Lot 4, C. McDonald, $865.
Block   4,   Lots   17-18,   M.   Albert,
$1,610.
Block 4, Lot 19, M. Albert, $S4t>.
Block  4,  Lota  20,  21,  22,  W.  J.
Albert, $700 each.
Block 4, Lots 23-24, Clapp, $2,075.
Blork   5,  Lots  S,  6,   M.  Ratnsny,
$1,725 each.
Block   5,    Lot   7,    R.   B.   Htinlln,
$1,635.
Block 6, Lots  1-2, N.  Sclielnmnn.
$2,775.
Block   6,    Lots   3,   4,   5,   Angell.
$1,060 each.
Block 7. Lots 5, 6, M. Sclielnmnn.
$925  each.
Block 7, Lots 7,  8, 9, 10, T. McClymont, $850 each.
Blork   7,   Lota   11-12,   M.   Albert.
$2,525.
Block 8, Lot 17, Geo. Lock, $1,760.
Block 8. Lot 18, J. Komp, $1,,125.
Block  8,  Lots  19,  20,  H.  F.  Mc-
rae & Co., $1,475 each.
Block 8, Lots 21, 22, O. M. Helgerson, $1,475 each.
Block   8,   Lots   23-24.    J.   Walsh,
$3,650.
IS:
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
Phon* 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' nnd Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.- Houses and Rentals.
Coming to Canada
-in 1912-
Writers���
sm QILBBRT PARKER
JACK LONDON
UPTON SINCLAIR
ROBERT \V. QHAMBER8
t.orVliXKl'Il MORRIS
DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL
REGINALD WIlIiillT KAUFF.MAN
GEORGE  RANDOLPH  CHESTER
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
GENERAL NELSON A. 1\JILES
E. PHILLIPS OPPENIIEIM
ALFRED HENRY LEWIS
ARTHUR B. HEEVE
Hltl'No LI'SSING
ELINOR OLYN
ALAN DALE
Artists and lllustratora���
HARRISON FISHER
CHARLES HANA GIBSON
HOW ARD   CHANDLER   CHRISTY
ANTON OTTO FISHER
GRACE ti. WEIDEHSEI.M
CHARLES A. WINTER
AI.onzo a. KEMBLE
E. W. KEMBLE
Do llic-i-. names mean anything to yon? Do you un-
iloratand their lowering signilleetii-e in ibe field of literature ami aptT Have youver in mu your life seen so many
Dames >.f such emlnenoe grouped together ns coniribuiors
I" .-no magazine.    Such ii group would innkc II n pub-
llcalion beyond prioe, and thai Is exaolly what ****** an calling your attention to thathia moment, a magaslne whose
staff ..I contributors for 1912 contains nil ilieso names.
The produol of either of the abovo wrllors is easily worth
Hie subscription price ..r li.BO,
Cosmopolitan line endeavored In the paal lo gi*.o lis
leaders four-fold in return for the subscription price. This
policy has Increased iis circulation until it has outstripped
ever) olher imerloau magazine, making it ni saury to
publish 80(1,11(10 copies of ilu* Christmas number, it is
.un* earned .lesirc to extend Immediately (he olroulatlod
paal Hie million innrk, Willi Ihis end iu view we will, until
Deoember 10th, nrcopt subscriptions  to Canada  at the
rule of 11,60,
���FAMILY GROUP
Canada
_ .. r.e.imrr  ToUl
ra.mopoliiM  for him and her $1.50     .BO   $2.00
Gooo llnii.rkrfpin,. for him and ler   1.50     .50     2.00
WerU  noV for the whole family   3.00   1.00     4.00
$8.00
Until
Des.tith
all a      ���.
to one
eddrr..
$5
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Gentlemen:
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li
Add Ut e*er.mn��e u, personal che.|uea
City...
Province.
Section Two Price
The sale of section two has shown
the splendid value of section one. We
have a large listing of inside property-
including a special snap on Second
Ave. Call today. H. F. McRae &
Co., 315 Second Ave. 2t
For Rent
���~w��*~.��.~.<.^."w.^_.���...^..~_~*-��* *_"*-...>
Flat in Clapp Building*.   Wi'Menhavor Bros.      It
For Rent���Comfortable modern house, 432 Fifth
Ave., near Hospital.   Phono Blu* 23.!.   270-273
For Rent���Nice clean, warm comfortable rooms.
Ratos 36c and up.   King tienrire Hotel.        tf
For Rent-Furnished Room.-Buckley Block���
$2.60 week up.
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, closo to McBride.
freshly papered and clean, only $10 per month.
H F. McRae e. Co. t-f
2
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Insurance
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NOTICE
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and jutt
settlements. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Wanted
Young lady to clerk In News Stand. Apply
Canada Ry. News Co.. on wharf. tf
Maternity nurse open for engagement. Apply
Box LMCit News. tf
Wanted-Servant to do general housework. Other
maid kept.   Mra. L. W. Patmor*. t-f
Wanted. ��� Dretamaking. cleaning and pressing, repairing for men and women Mra Charles
Percher. ��2u Third Ave.   Phon* 294 Red.     tf
We have permanent positions for one or more
lady representatives in each city and township
In Western Canada. We can offer very attractive terms to those who qualify and are willing
to devote four to six hours dally to our work.
Clergyn-en, school teachcra and those having
large personal acquaintance who can devote
spar* time will be amply repaltl for their services. Address, Immediately, Box 861, Winnipeg.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS
Lost and Found
m-mm*-a
i-i ii^i^
FOUNU-2 Small Keya.   Inquire at News Olllce.
224-tf
IN SECTIONS-5. 6. 7. AND 8
__Xi_
A meeting of the ratepayers
of Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8
will be held in the Presby-
tcrian Church Hall, on Fourth
Avenue, on Friday n*xt,
December 1st, at ti p.m.,
for the purpose of forming a
Ratepayers' Association and
to elect officers. 2t
Block 9, Lots 1-2, J. Kirkpatrick,
��2.000. #
Block 9, Lots 3, -I, Itobl. Gordon.
$800 each.
Block 9, Lot 5. Croaley, 1800.
Block 9. Lot 6, Fardln, ��820.
Block 10, Lou 6, 6, Weslenhaver,
1770 each.
Block   10,   LoU  7.   8,   M.   Albeit.
1780 earn
Block 10, Lou 9, 10, , |7l>0
escb.
Block 10, Lou 11-13, O. Besncr,
11,060.
Block 11, Lou 6, 6, 7, 8, Wm. &
Nellie Beverldge, $1,000 each.
Block Ll, Lou 35, 36, 37, 38, I*:
Demers, $.00 each.
Block   12,    Lot   39,    E.   Demers.
$400.
Block  12, Lou 40-41, Westenha-
ver, $860.
Block 13. Lot* 7, 8, 8, 10, M.r.-.f-
f- ty A Ulbbons, $800 each.
Block 13, Lot* 11, 12, C. \V. Perk,
$800 each.
Blork 14, Lot 8, J. Ilildltcb, $520.
Blork  14, Lot* 9,  10, McMordie,
$510 each.
lilock 14, Lol 11, Mr*. Strang
Block  15, Lol I, M. M. Stephens.
lilock 15, Lot 2, Bralen, $1,020.
Block 11, Lot 3, 0. M. II.*Ii.-.*im.ii
Block 15, LoU 4, 5, S��� 0. M. II, I
gennn, $1,010 each.
Block 15, I...I 7, Hampton, $1.1'.'.
Hlock 15, Lot 8, Hampton, $1,010.
Block  15, Lola 9,  10, II.  Harris,
$840 each.
Block 15, Lot* 11, 12, R. A. White,
$500 each.
Blork 16, Lot* 19, 20, Wm. * Nellie Beverldge, $440 each.
Hlock  16, LoU 21, .2   Rochester,
$355 each.
Block 16, LoU 23, 24, II. Harris,
|I40 each.
Block   16,  LoU  25,  26, J.  Oro��s-
man, .15.*. each.
Block  16. Lois 27-28, Kyte, ||0S,
Block 17, Lots 1-2, W. a N. Bev-
erldge,   $860.
Block  17, LoU 3, 4, 6, Crandnll.
$400 each.
Block 17, LoU 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 8. P. McMordie, $3��5 each.
Block 18, Lol 23, Crandall, $430.
Block   18,  Lot  24,  R.   Whllliatti,
$410.
Block 18, LoU 25-26, O. Broderius,
$925.
Hlock  19, Lots 7, 8, McCullOiigli,
$.150 each.
Block 111, LoU 9, 10, Geo. Young.
$350 each.
Block 19, Lots 11, 12, F. E. Cul-
Nn. $.150 each.
Blork 19, LoU 13, 14, Tracy, $350
each.
Blork 19, Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 2.1,
24, Angell, $350 end..
Hlock 20, Lot 1, M. Couture, $915.
Hlock 20, Lol 2, M. Coilflire, $850.
Hlock 2(1, Lol 3, M. Couture, $935.
Block   2(1,  Lots   44-45,  Weslenhaver, $3,176.
Block  20, Lot  48, C.  D. Newton.
$300.
Real Estate
Lot for Sale In Saetlon 6. Block 22. Lot lo. 7th
Ave.   Apply Mike Ruslch. Box oS2 City.     tf
Stenographer
L
Eastern stenoirrspher of wide experience wants
position. Address '"Stenographer." W2 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
CFor Sale j
��-^M^.*l-**^H'**--fcH*--^-|-^H*-^H*-��^H-*��'**.ll-**^.l��***-fcl^
Fur Sal*?���Wardrobe trunk In first class condition.
Apply Room 25, M < Sth Ave. West.       270-272
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is thc date set for
the selling by auction of LoU
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instruction* to buy, together with the
caih for the amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sale���One quarter
caah and balance In 1, 2 and 3
year* at 6 per cent
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Av*.
Limited.
Princa Rupart, B.C.
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Card* of Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give notice that on tha
.'���..hilar of December, Ivll, I Intend to apply to
Ihe Waler Commlsxoner at hla ofllce In Prince
llupert for a license to take and uaa tare ruble
feel of eraler per .erond from an unnamesl atream
In the Di.trict of i'.....i ll.nue 6. Hkeena Dlvl.lon.
1-4 mile eaal of the Tyae Station. G.T P. Ry.
The water I. le. be taken from the etrtam about
.me half mile above lu - -Ilet. anel e. to be used
for developing power for a uuary .liuale.1 at the
nutlet of aald creek, alone th- Railway ��ra.le.
Al I in I. CHRISTIAN GARDE
Deled Nov. .'-il,. Itll. d-Z7
$5.00 Reward
$6.00 reward will be given by Mrs
E. Reynolds lute of 3000 Scott Street,
Vancouver, for information of the
whereabouts of her son, Samuel Reynold*, who left home March 26th, 1910,
and hns not been heard from since,
Mrs. E. Reynolds, 864 16th Ave., East,
Vancouver, B.C. .1-1
Block  20, Let  47, C.  D. Newton.
$300.
Block 20, Lot 48, Wm. ft N. Beverldge. $1,326.
Block 20, Lot 49, Wm. ft N. Beverldge, $1,326.
Blork 20, UU 61, 62, M. Albert,
$1,405 each.
Block 20, Lots 63, 64, T. McClymont, $1,420 each.
Blork  20, Lot 56, P.  McLachlan
$1,600.
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
J
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
LINDSAY'S ��_Ta
C. T. P. Transfer AgenU
Order* promptly filled.   Pricea reaaonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone 68.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND AVENUK ��� - FRINCZ RUPERT
 .
e-ee^e-^a.-w.^a  j
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
-BIG SHIPMENT OF-
Enamelware
Juat received from Davidson.   Montreal
Complete Assortment
...Pricea the Lowest...
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6lh St. Phone 62
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fnucr and .Mh.        Choir*- Wini-n and Cigar*
RUPERT'S   PALACE   OF   COMFORT
SCOTLAND IN
MACINTYRE HALL
St. Andrew's Night Danoe Held
Last Night Proved a Bright and
Popular Function���Prinoe Rupert's "Soottles" Turned Out
In Qay Assembly.
Another excellent St. Andrew's
Night dunce falls to be recorded
in the annuls of Prince Ruperl.
Lust night in the Maclntyre Hall
Ihu members of the Prineo Rupert St. Andrew's Society enter-
liiined themselves, their friends
nnd their ladies to a spirited
danoe, in which tho Scottish
dances were given full prominence. The music by Gray's orchestra was reminiscent of the
familiar airs of Scotland, and
I hough the pipes were absent, the
whole dance went with tho swing
nf a Highland gathering.
Great delight, was oecosi.ined
an audience of Canadian onlookers hy the dashing rendering
by the "Scottics" most recently
from the heather of lhe Highland
Bohottlsohe, and both Canadians
and Sootoh went in for tho reel o'
lullooh with vigor.
Refreshments wero provided
liberally, and the organizing commit tec was most energetic its
members being Messrs. H, J. McNeil, D. C. Stuarl, T. McMeekin,
W. G. Dennis and S. D. Macdon-
al.l, secretary. The members of
the Cily Oounoil attended, headed
by the Mayor, and took part in
the dance, but regret wos felt that
GRIM TOUCH IS
INCIDENCE
Inquest Held Yesterday Eveni���n
on Body of John Helen,,   vie"
SEAHotel Tra9od>-C;
lhat the dead man, John Ksi
omcl, found witli hi, ii,,,,.,, 'j
yesterday in l|���. Queeil. , ��u<
came by his death "through self
Inflicted injuries" waa lh.- \,~
diet of lho jury yoslordaj oven
inu  ul   lhe  Inquosl  held in Z
police curl room.  Th,- |ur..(	
aisled of Messrs, ]-;. McCall, ��� \\*
Edge, L, Crippen, \v. .1. Al'dor \'
Warner and Q, a. f*adoni L ���
was chosen to bo foreman
Through an Intorprolor Q -,,.
PoppadoloB, ihe holol manager
told the grim story of how ho bad
seen the viclim alive and well fn
the dining room Bhorll- before
(he  tragedy  ami  bad gone uu.
stairs to attend to his r u when
through the dosed door be beard
a gurgling Bound, Opening th,,
door he realised the situation und
sent for the dootor and police
Tom Wray gave evidence Lhat he
had known deoeasod for a Iw.-k,.-
Ilionlll.    Kel.'lnel ahd h.'en in Hi,.
peri before, about u year ago,
Specialists in fitting glassi**..��� Cameron's.
owing to his illness Alderman
George Kerr, president of Lhe so-
ciety, could not be present,
U
THE ")
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO. !i
LIMITED
We have listing* of property in all
part* of tile city at attractive prices
and easy term*. If you intend
buying property tee ut.
Safe Dapotit Boxes $5.00 per year
Storage For Silver
Fire Insurance       Board Companies
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
LIMITED
Second Avenue Prince Rupert
ra
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SiH-iiS^si
SOMETHING
SPECIAL...
*******>1*l*H'*'*>l*rt
Section 5, Block 7, Lots
3-4, with 4 room house,
income $25 per month.
Price $3,300, $1,165
cash; bai. arranged.
PETER McLACHLAN      ���rd Avenue ,
REAL ESTATE TIMBER MINES     9
*%l**aT**Js*A^^
The Paper    THE
fa "DAILY
Your Home!       NEWS"
It gives you all the news of your own city and district aa well as the principal happenings
in all parte of the world. The newa is well edited, its news columns are clean and wholesome. It is a paper you need in your home. The advertising columns of the News bring
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money. :      :      -'      ���
BUI Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
lo  Commercial Printing
w* have a large stock of
jit^iCJiOi
We handle Blank Lodger
Form*   for   Looie
Leaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
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For society printing,' we ensure correctness of style and taste in Visiting Cards, Wedding
Invitations and Dance Programmes. For any kind of printing from the humble "dodger"
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "News Job "      :      :      ���     J
Daily News Building
PHONE   08
Third Ave
PHONE   98

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