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Array OUT OF WORK TpDAY?
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The Daily New
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 294
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, December 23, 1911.
ERRY CffilSTfM'
GOOD WILL FOR THE CITY IS
I       THE BUM0F THIS DITTY
FOR OHRI8TMA8 EVE'S ON SUNDAY   AND   0HRI8TMA8   DAY'S
ON MONDAY, AND HERE WE ARE IN RUPERT
FEELING GOOD.
When you've seen it in the Empire, and been told it's in the
Journal, and eagerly poetised it
In The News, just forget the local
tattle, and the Cily Council
prattle, and tbe candidates for
Mayor with their views.
For Christinas Eve's on Sunday,
and it's Christinas Day nn Monday, anil here we are in Rupert
feeling good.   So lei's bury every
* hatchet, where wc home it or we
batch it, and live tbo good old
season ns we should.
In the East and in lho Old Laud,
wheiln'i' warm land, whether cold
land, nil our friends are making
merry in tbeir streets. They have
no cily grading to encourage
Christinas trading���their pathways rail for in. gymnastic feats.
They havo no hills nor ditches
���niongsi their civic riches, but
their sons nre mostly man-sons
. Just llie same. Their city arc-
ligbl flickers, while wo mush il
rpiiii.l in sluk.Ts, dodging light
poles   by   our    lantern's    feeble
"flame.
Yet they wish they were as wo
are, for our prospects ns Ihey see
are quite the finest any cily over
had. We'll all boom like Section
Two lots if we jusi get in and do
lots, and when thc steel gets
linked up we'll bo glad.
ft But today we have no worry,
���we're nol. oven in a hurry, for it's
Christinas time and turkey's on
thc bill.   (For Italians il's a food-
bill in lime of pesos and goodwill, which should certainly be
punished with a will.
Hul, gel busy now, forget, it.
Look us if you'd never met il.
'I'h is is Christ nuts lime, whal
matters else at all? "Peace and
good will for our cily," is lhc
burden Of this ditty ��� Merry
Christmas, Rupert people, one
and all I
l'anlorium   Pioneer   Cleaners.
Phone 4.
SERVICE8 ON CHRISTMAS  EVE
Spools
Christmas   Services   In
Empress Theatre.
Then will be a real Christinas
spirit abroad in the Empress Theatre on Sunday evening. Last
year on Clii-islmns Sundny an ex-
cellenl musical service was held
and greatly appreciated. This
yeur also I here has been preparation for the very best kind of
Christ mas Eve. The old Christ-
inns hymns will be sung and the
besl Christmas anthems, and n
Christmas sermon preached by
ilif pastor, Rev. F. \V. Kerr.
Strangers und visitors uro always welcome ul our services.
Morning Christmas service is
held in the church hall un Fourth
avenue.
The club meets mi Wednesday
ns usual, when a social evening
nnd informal concert is planned.
Everyone  Is invited to  the club.
REAL ESTATE IS
1 MOVING QUICK
���oCaffery A Gibbons Have a Big
I List of Sales���Something to
| Judge Your Values By.
I The following list of sales put
��� through within the Inst few days
*? ty McCaeffry ���>. (lililmns will be
i.'AOt interest to investors in Prince
fcJtuperl really. Most of the soles
JjfWere lielpeil in the advertising
HgDlumns nf Tho Daily News.
I.nl   11,   block   7,   section   5,
-'���6,0(1(1; lo W. A. Ferguson.
I Lot   23,   block   1,   8cction   7,
I5H0; T. Knlsumnta.
*  Lots 3 and  ., block 22, section
<r7, 11,100 pair; P. Dlack.
House and lot 5, block 2, section 7, SI,500; A. E. Rainier.
House nml lot 12, block 15, section 5, $2,100; L. Hrown.
Lots tl and to, blork 35, section
1, $7,000 pair; t). Nelson.
Lol   11,   block   I,   section   1,
$2,050; E. C. Peterson.
.   Lot   22   block   35,   section   7,
#650; J. D. Fraser.
J Lols 5 and 0, block 18, section
8, $450 pair; O. E. Angell.
House and lot 19, block i, section 5, $2,600; J. A. Adams, Vancouver.
t   House and lot, bloek 7, section
6, $3,000; A. Holtby.
I Lot   14,   block   28,   section   1,
#2,635;   C.   Young  &   Co.,   Vancouver.
I Lot 5, blofk 23, section 7, $550;
H. Lewis.
I Lol 43, block 3, section 7, $050;
M. A. McPhnil.
I   Lots 4, 5 and 0, block 29, section 1, $4,000; M. E. Kendall and
: 8. Bloom.
Lots 14 and 15. block 12, section 7, $1,200 pair.
Lots 1 and 2, block 19, section
S, $000 pair; M. E. Kendall.
I Lot   4,   block   6,   section    5,
"i-ii,500; M. M. Stephens & Co.
���   Lots II nnd 12, block, 22, sec-
.  tion 8, $800; W. Porter.
��� I Lots 1 and 2 .block 31, section
.$, $850; J. Keefe.
I-Lot   9,   block   29,   section   1,
'"$2,000; VV. O. Nickerson.
*.      Lot     1917,     Lakelse     Valley,
i   12,500; T. O'Ncil.
Lot 1281, Porcher Island, $300;
J. Scott.
Choicest liquors and oigars���
Ssvoy.
HAS'EVELYN'
CHANGED HANDS
Rumor That the Dominion Quarantine Launoh Has Been Sold
to the Provincial Government.
There is a minor around the
waterfront (bat the Dominion
Qovernmeni quarantine launch
Evelyn has changed owners and
has lieen purchased by lhc Provincial Government for use by the
locul member nnd the r..nd building staff for political missions
around lhe islunds. The change
of ownership is supposed to hnve
si.me connection Willi the forthcoming Provincial general election.
This morning the launch left
Willi a Provincial (lovernnient
parly fm- u trip It. Refuge Day and
nib.'r points mi Porcher Islniid.
Accompanying Mr. Manson wns
his brother nn.l Messrs. Jennings
mid liillinghiim, lhe Provinrinl
road superintendents.
THE  CHRISTMAS  SPIRIT
HE IS 8TILL ALIVE
City   Counoil   Harmonious   Last
Night���Very Short Session.
An nmifuhle spirit prevailed
throughout last night's meeting
of lhe Council, Ibe last before
Christmns.  Even When Alderman
Newion iiguin trespassed on the
famous "Enquiry" olause in the
Pr.ii-e.lure byluw and asked B
question without giving notioe,
the Mayor wus most gentle iu his
reproof. The prinoipal business
ul last night's meeting wns the
discussion iu committee of the
whole of two plankway bylaws
which will come up for Ilnnl
passing on Tuesday next. Strange
to say. Alderman Douglas missed
lust  night's meeting.
The way of thc cast is lo buy
cheap al the Mussallem Store,   tf
How   about   neckwear,   silk
kirn.. mis, children's dresses.
Jabour Dros., 3rd avenue, between 7th mid Hth si roots.     21
Following nre snid to lie candidates for uldermuuie honors-
II. F. McRae, P. I. Palmer,
Thomas McClymont ami one ..I
the Mr H.t.e brothers of Sixth
sll I.
Digby   Island  Man  Has  Not Yet
Tested His Invention
To thaw out frozen waler pipes
wiili u shol from a rifle tired Into th.- pipe is the latest solntllla-
Imn of genius.    The idea is suid
in emanate from Digby island
where only determined effort on
the i ut i-i ..r lhe i.tilers prevented
Ibe inventor from pulling his
plan lo the lest. He had Initded
Ilis rifle and was about to jam
the muzzle into the icebound pipe
nnd pull the trigger when his
friends Intervened, so, at least,
lhe Btory runs. The pipe was
thawed out the old way by a
blow-lamp,
NOTICE
A meel ing of llie Property Owners' Association bf Prince Itupert will be held iu ihe Presbyterian ohuroh hull on I-'..inlii uve.
on Friday, lhe 29th Dee., al 8 p.
in. aii members nml Intending
members nre requested la be present for tin- purpose of reoom-|
mending candidates for Mayor
ami Alderman. The annual fee
is $l.oo. Enrollment of members will lake place. Everybody
should come. 31
'Old   Reliable"   Returned   Direct
Last Night.
Willi n heavy cargo of Christmas freight aud Clii'islinas mails
ihe Camosun arrived lust nighl
shnrlly   afler   H   o'olook,     Itapid
work whs ilniie by the longshoremen in transferring the cargo to
sheds, nn.l the Camosun pulled
mil again for Vanoouver wiih a
number nf Christmas passengers
for the soulh.
THE NEWS GIVES SANTA A
FEW TIPS ABOUT PRESENTS
LIST    OF    USEFUL    GIFTS    THAT     SHOULD     FIND    THEIR
WAY    INTO   THE    STOCKINGS   OF    SOME   OF
OUR    TOWNSMEN.
NEW ALASKA VESSEL
The Liner Mariposa Is to be Ratified for Northern Run
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Seattle, Deo. 82.���Tho Alaska
steamship Co. huve purchased
ihe Oceanic liner Mariposa, sister vessel of the Alameda, for use
mi the Nml hern run. Extensive
alterations ami decorations will
he carried ..ut I., i-t.si $30,000, including an additional hatch for
the shipment nf the heavy cargoes of copper ore from Alaska.
Call nn.l sec our select slock
nf diamonds and gem rings. J. S.
limy & Sons' Jewelry Store,   tf
Turkeys, Cranberries, Celery.
Fancy Washington local turkeys, (ho best in town; ducks,
geese and chickens; everything
for the Christmas dinner. Fruits
and vegetables in big variety.
Oysters and fish. Shrubsall is al
your service. 31
DEAR SANTA CLAUS, PLEASE
GIVE PRINCE RUPERT THESE:
One Road Round Kaien Island���One Road up to the Top of Mt.
Oldfield-M Would Please Us All Very Much and Help Us
to Love the Provincial Government Better
Mr, T. D. Pattullo is responsible for the excellent suggestions contained In the following letter to the Editor:
Dear Sir:
Another two years will see ihe transcontinental aboul com-
pleled and il. is therefore desirable thai every possible preparation
sll..uld be mad.- for the reception nf nol only the large number of
people  who will come to   Prince  Ituperl to  live but also  for tbe
entertainment of ihe thousands who win only he visitors, bui whoso
impressions muy he of iiu-uleiiluhle benelii lo lhe city.
It  OCOUrS  to me that   Ibis  is a most  opportune  lime  for lhe
Provincial Qovernmeni to begin the construction of n rosd around
Kaien Islund and also 10 Ibe top Of lhe hill, Tl ust will iiiii In-
very great nnd iu uny event the Province is reaping so in.icli bonefll
through llie opening up of Northern li. C. that al least son f lhe
money derived from the sale by the Government >.f Prince lluperl
real estate should be reinvested in public conveniences for the oily.
The view from the i>.p of lhe hill will lie one nf the scenic at-
Iraclions of tlie Pacillc Coust.
lu ndililii.il lo Ibe run.Is already referred I... a road sin.uld he
limll around SellwnlInns Lake and a park laid mil al lhe upper
end of tho lake.
It is nol loo soon I., si art these things. Tiny will lake a OOUple
of years lo complete and  lhe more advantages the eily  can show
wiih the completion >.f tb.* railroad iho greater will be the Impetus
to development.
A concerted move ought l>. lie made on lhe l*i-<>\inotal treasury.
Faithfully   \.nn-.
T. D. PATTULLO,
Just Iii help Simla Clans in his
work nf distributing Christmas
u'ifls The News makes lhe folluwing suggestions for the old
-.iiinl:
Alderman Uildilob A patent
swift acting vacuum house remover.
chief Owen���A  i lei   Indian
\ Illago.
W. (liaison���A liny totem pole
conductor's baton.
L, Crippen���The li. s. O, for
ihe last Indian uprising,
c. c. perry���a combined bobsled suitcase.
Chief Vickers���The Gifi nf
Tongues; lo save Lime with foreign witnesses.
Captain Harney Johnston���
That medal fnr starboard landings,
I.. Bullook-Webster- A toy
theatre.
s. p. McMordie ��� Seolion ?
grading oonlraol.
Section 2 Owners���A suspension bridge.
Nell Mackay���An executive tn
manage, and an editor-mayor.
"Mack"���A never-failing news
magnet.
Alderman Newton���The mayorship, of course.
Captain Babington���A shadow
lhal never grovi- less,
Hays Ci k Resident*���A sewer
pipe with uu outlet In it.
The Fire Chief���The key of the
new fire ball.
Alderman Newton���An Interview with "John Petersen."
THE TABLES
The Ciiy  Solicitor   A law lo
prevent Imy lawyers beating him.
Mayor Manson- An easj ohalr.
The (i. T.  P.      The head nf J.  P.
Mabeo on a charger.
s.t*..mi Avenue Residents���A
view of lhe steam roller at work.
The skeena District A good
llvo member.
Prince Ruperl An end to
Council bickerings.
To Our Readers -Arlghl merry
Chit.Una.  lime.
Supl.     Love   "Burning   (In
Daylight," wllh apologies lo the
author.
The Ciiy Engineer Collapse
Proof Culverts, and Competent
Critics.
r.ii*. Clerk Woods    Self ll .I'd
um Council Minutes.
\\. ll. Montgomery���A city
where they pay fortnightly wages
weekly, with si\ months holidays
twice a year.
Major Olbson���A smooth pav-
l s mt Avenue.
inn* Young Men A proper nth-
lello park.
It.-*.. VV. II. McLeod--A new
church wiih recreation rooms.
Rov. I*'. W. Kerr���A wedding ut
which ho wed* bui doesn't officiate,
Th.- Bishop Silver from the
Sea.
Ail Inu I.ml.- The glad band,
because hc gives it so often.
Fresh East, rn ' *���* -*���* rs in
shell nl shrul.-all. Market, rhird
avenue, 2t
THE GAEKWAR
ARE TURNED OFFERS APOLOGY
Girls Who a Few Days Ago Were Native Indian Ruler Brooding
on Trial for Shooting Now Sue Over His Troubles Offends the
Millionaire for Damages. King and Queen at the Durbar
11'.in.nli.in I'ress I'-  initcli.) (Canadian  Press I.espatrh.)
New   York,   Dec   29.���Lillian     Delhi, Deo. :'.'   The Gaekwar
Graham and Helen Conrad, tho j of Baroda  lui'-  formally ap'olo-
THE SWORD HAS BEEN ABOLISHED TO MAKE WAY FOR THE RIFLE
two show girls whn were freed
last week by a jury of a ehaige
of attempting lo murder W, E. D,
Stokes, ibe millionaire hotel proprietor, have each entered action
for 150,000 damages for false ar-
rei-i ami Imprisonment,
Mr. Blokes, who during the
trial lm almost at death's door,
Is recovering hi*, health.
Smoking Concert
The    Longshoreman's    Union
will give ii hig smoking oonoert
nn Christmas night, Dee. 25, el
tho I.WAV. Hull. Tickets St.  ll
gized  In  llu-  Hriiish  crowd   for
In.wing only ..nee and then  un
church Notice.
A special fealure of the evening service of the Hnplist Church
to bo hold in lhe Melnlyre Hall
will he lhc singing of Xmns enrols
by members of llie Sunday school
nnd choir. A hearty invitation
to nil on Sundny next, Dec. 24.
Remember Us, George.
Mr. Oeorgc Frizzell has received a large packing case full
of   llnidn   chocolates   from Mr.
George Morrow, wiiti Instructions
to distribute them among Mr.
Morrow's friends in llie city ns
a Christmas gifi.   Ilememlier us,
George,
Champagne, port, claret and all
olher glasses fnr lhe Christinas
dinner.    Wallace's.
Special���$375 high grade piano
for $25 down nnd $10 per month.
Only three instruments will bo
sold on those terms. Hayner
Pros. St
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knitted goods.  Jabour Bros. 21
CIRCUS NOBLEMAN KILLED
"Lord" George Sanger Murdered
by an Employee in England.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Doo. 23. Lord George
Sanger, the famous circus showman, wu- murdbrcd l.y an employee mi hi*, farm al Finehley.
London, last nighl. Tho murderer escaped, Sanger -"Id In-
show in P. 'I'. Hnrniim in is? i.
THE GAEKWAR OF BARODA.
^^^ mediately   turning   his back ou
All   kinds   of  musical   inatru-1 King Goorgo  ami    Q n    Murv
incuts at J. S. Oray & Sons', Slhjduring tho Durbar ceremony. Ho
-ii'i'i'i.
tf
i- iii ii very nervous slate.        ���
II i- Ihoughl here lhal he did
nol Inlend in Instill the Hriiish
sovereigns, hut   fell  ciiiliarrnsseil
Cornel solo by Mr. Peyton, formerly    t.f    Winnipeg   iirchesli'ii,      	
tenor nolo by Mr. John E. Davey,Iin ihen* presence as a result of
land olher    excellent    Christmas   the    scandal hanging    over    his
I music in Mclnlyre Hull tomorrow
levelling.   Vim are Invited.
ITU IAN FiniNO SQUAD WAITING FOR THE OFFICERS' WORDS Ti I SHOOT TO DEATH TIIK
AR\H SEATED ON A LOG OF WOOD NEAR THE WELL, ENVELOPED IN THE WHITF. silF.l'T
THAT SERVES AS A CLOAK FOR THE SONS OF THE DF.SERT.
Gel her a fashionable silk or
net blouse, a gnlil and pear! han -
died umbrella, a lea sel   many
filings   lo  Ohooso   from  al  Wallace's, tf
Umbrellas  In lmlh gold and
l*'.-|t'*i uilly selected for Rupert ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
weather and Christmas giving. 1 ceremonies, causing liis innd
Al Wark's. 21     Ivert.ent actions.
head in London.
Tho Gaekwar was in England
a- nue nf Uie representative rul��
ei- ni India during the coronation week.   Since his return to
India in* lm- I ii publicly named
ap co-respondonl In an aollon in-
volving ih.. inline of ii woman of
lhe nobility, This is thought to
have lm.I something tn .i<> with
his confusion during the Durlmr
'V '
THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation tn Northern B. C
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-5i) cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and Mexico-DxiLY, 50c
per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance. Weekly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily "lews Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
NEW York-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle -Puget Sound News Co.
London, England-The Cloughor Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square. ,
Subscribers will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition,
Saturday. Dec. 23
CHRISTMAS DAY, 1811.
II is a seemingly Ironic comment on humanity that twenty
centuries after the message of "Peace on Earth and Good Will
toward men" that Christinas Hay, lull, should Untl a battlellelil
the centre of the world's stage in l.ulh hemispheres.
Not that the sword is more barbaric und cruel than the
coward's kiss, nor that the earth is a scene of peace, even when
there are no battlefields to tlruin it of its human blood. The
cruelties of every rich and prosperous state���cruelties which
seem to he a part of its richness and prosperity���are greater than
the cruelties of war. Even the death toll on the railways of a
neighboring country, chargeable for the most part to a greed for
prolits that counts it cheaper to pay for human blood than to
protect life, was greater last year than the death toll in Britain's
last great war.
Beneath the beauty and repose <>f Nature, the scientist discovers "Nature rod in tooth and claw." All life is a struggle,
and the mere incident of an armed clash in China or Tripoli
counts lint little in the great aggregate of confliot that forever
has been the lot of the dwellers on earth's surface.
A bloodstained field in China ami another in Tripoli do not
necessarily imply that Ihe world is not advancing to a stage
where the angels' song can better he realised. There can be
no hallowed peace where justice is nol, and one battlefield at
least, despite the mists of passion and human hate that surround
il, is more an object foi- Ihe peace angels to rejoice al than
weep over.
Life is a struggle���for Ihe most pari a struggle for economic
existence. Out of thai struggle comes progress. Clearly born
from it is our own city and community of Prince Hupert. For
ii real ground of Christmas rejoicing anyone of us might well
give thanks thut we are here iu the land of great opportunities,
where every man is as good as his neighbor, and life olfers a
chance to ull.
Twenty centuries after the angels' message does not Hnd
the mill on in tn here, but it does lind the world immensely quickened in its sense of justice an.l love for its neighbor. Man who
has not yet ridden his body of the rudiments of claws and tail
has not yet ridden liis heart of the tierce hate and passion of
the beast. Hut at least he divides that latter habitation wiih
an angel al limes, ami eual.les the poet of loday to bid the Christmas chimes
"Ring nut a slowly dying cause*
Antl anoienl forms nf parly strife;
Ring ill the mil.I.'I- unities nf life
With sweeter manners, purer laws.
Ring iii th.' vulinnl man and free,
Thc larger heart, Ihe kindlier band;
Ring mil lhc darkness of the land,
Ring in the Christ that is to be."
PAPERHANGING
���AND���
HIGH CLASS
SIGN  WORK
OUR SPECIALTIES
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
r.o. box 120 moNE 156 green
Second Avenue, near McBride
Xmas Suggestions
To he cheerful you must
lie warm. See ("ialliiiul almul
thul healer. We are giving
5 per cent dlsOOUnt on all
StOVOS,, .'.inking utensils,
from now till the New Year.
GALLAND   HARDWARE
McBride .nd Fifth Avi-iiu.-
 6
MOST ANYTHING
A Heroine���In Homespun.
She is not fair to outward view
As many maidens be;
And yet. a more enticing sight
I never hope to sec
Than when for my unworthy sako
She  tickles up the buckwheat
cake.
She is not blithe us a gazelle
Thul chortles down tho vale���
She cannot turn llic nighl lo song
Like some, sweet nightingale���
Hul you should see her countenance
As   sbe   sews   buttons   on   my
pants.
Let poets sing of maidens rare
wim shimmer in the dawn.
Whose   eyes   are   like   the   slars
above,
When all llie clouds are gone���
Hul I will put my life in bock
For one plain dame lhal darns
my sock.
��� a
Fine View Corner
���I SECTION  tw
$2,250
���IN SECTION   TWO-
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 5
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
8KCONP AVUNI'i:
THINCC RUrUIT
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cast) Store
735 THIRD AVE.
LINDSAY'S cEKK_r
G. T. P. Tr.n.fer Agent.
Ord.r. promptly fUled.   I'tice. r-*-.in.l,!r.
OFFICE ~ H. B. Rochntv. Centn BL    Phon. M
XMAS GIFTS FOR ALL AT
CAMERON'S
Silver photo frames, silver military brushes, silver
tea strainers, cologne bottles, silver depos oream and
sugars. |tj
Jewelry Gifts���Rings, diamonds, pearls, ruby and
pearl, opals, diamond and pearl brooches, solid gold
necklets, cuff links. Our stook will solve your Xmas
troubles.
ALL   ARC   WELCOME.
R.      W.      CAMERON D*Ii_ondSped��'li'.t
Select your goods for engraving early and avoid disappointment
c;>oooooo*
McRae Bros.
OUR
PERFECT
STOCK
of Xmas gifts
offers hundreds
of practical suggestions on the
question of what
to give. Saves
you money too.
6th Street
Tlll'.lll'.'S NO
GETTING AWAY
from a
GREENER
GUN
No other gun rsn equal iho
oiiKKNKlt Mr iffnilarliy .,r imli.-rn
(I. i'. iv.ii tllniriliiiilun ..I itholi
iiinililllitl Willi .-Ml. i. in I'l'lH'll-Mlnll
"llie fores Hist kill**"���ll Isn'l what
���**������   my,   rnrli*   prove   II.     W.   W.
'i. ner wa��  Un* in-.! -ttinni-ikt-r In
llu- niirltl in "Jmro.*..** Die xliuuiinir
ur ix Kin.     I'rlnr in Uie inlrniliii'lliin
nr i.i- wiii'iii-raiiiiii .."ii-iii ni cooks
limiiiir. "paiiprn" hail MSB lhi> mm
milker.- ������will n' im.   wisp,"    W. W.
tiri'i'iii'i' .mult- ll in- -.nun uul ill
Hit*   world's   (rreali'iU   linnnrH   hiv-i
hi-t-ii wmi stun UIIKKNKH m NS.
Till*. II Hit* kind ytiu ami
W.W. GREENER
63-65 Inter H.I Hill Mwtml. tt*.
Don't skim the milk of human
kindness.
Necessity knows no low.-
malerial for a J. P.
-Fine
Seven hundred British subjects
are born nt sea every year.
Think how lundsick those
babies must be when llrsl they
gel shore leave I
So Oold.
From a London divorce trial
report: "No, I never saw endearments between Thomas Heechnni
anil Mrs. Foster. They merely
bugged und kissed one another."
Some fellows are ofraitl to nail
a lie because they are not members of tbe Carpenters' Onion,
"The waves dash over her!"
cried the orator. "Her sails are
split!   Her yards are gone!   Her
miisls are shivered! She it! driving ashore! There is no hope!
Whal can save her now!"
"Let go ibe anchor, ye lubber!"
veiled the seaman in lhe audience.
Death by prevention of sleep is
a legal form of punishment in
China,
Anything (but happens in China
now may be said to be "legal."
Considering the style of backbone worn by some folks I here
should be a good market for folding beds.
Soine     people     curse     nnttll'C
whenever their shoes pinch.
If you want to lie au angel why
not try il out here? Angels attract more attention on earth
than tbey do in heaven.
France has the largest aeroplane. It has a spread of OS feel
and makes only 23 miles an hour.
Once on the sticky paper the
Ily can't change his mind.
Same is true of the man who
buys a i ni it Mn ii-h.
Basket Social and Danoe.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles
will give ii basket social and
danoe on Wednesday evening,
January 3rd, in K. of P. Ilnll. A
prize will be given to the person
bringing the best dressed basket.
Admission will he free and all
are invited. 21
Festive Season.
In excepti.innl Christmas gifts
Keeley      hns     beautifully gold
mutinied bevel  plate glass mirrors. 21
Can You Think ol HoyHiino Whatever in Which
portent Factor Than in tne
Just try to���as an experiment. Then when yon've
made up your mind you want
the best meats that are to be
had come in and see a meat
market that makes quality
first in its own buying of
meats, the model market of
Prince Rupert,
FRIZZELL'S
The preparations made for tho
Xmas trade have never been
approached in Prince Kupert.
Positively everything obtainable in the market lias been
provided for the holiday trade.
Turkeys, Ducks,
Chickens, Geese
Cambridge Sausage
Mayflower Eggs
Brookfield Farm Butter
Brookfield   Farm
_ Sausaei
Swift's Premier H.������
D r.  c       and Baco��*��
B. C. Special Hams
and  Bacon
Ajax Brand Hams
and Bacon
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There  won't be one failure among the Christmas Dinners if you   will  let us share
the  meat responsibility with you.
FrizzelPs
Mclntyre Block
3rd Ave.
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Favorite of the West.
No home in litis western country can well afford to be without
"The Family Herald and Weekly
Slur" of Montreal. It is particularly useful in western homes.
The information it gives to the
new settlers as well is worth
hundreds of dollars a year. II is
simply marvelous tho aim.mil of
good instructive matter that
paper contains each week. It
well   deserves   it  success.     Ono
dollar cannot bo betler invested
In western homes than by ordering thai great paper. A bcauti-
pi-cmium picture entitled "Home
Again" is also included, and it is
well wortli the dollar alone.
CARRONDELLET IS SALVED
Tugs MoCullough and Topaz Have
Wreck Off Holland Rock.
Salving  operations   were  suc-
ful wiih Lhe slraiiut
rondellel   on   Holland  line
Thursday,   ami   iii,.   i,,,^
dragged clear of Ibe i..,\.
lowed  inio a safe position
lhe   wireless   station  *,,,
Island, where she tvns i���,
So far lho damage lo her in
mil   been  estimated.    The
ing work wns .Inn.' bj I In
.McCuIlough ami To|
reotion of Captain 11
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and
n.-iir
Digby
iclied
III Ills
���ilk.
I'T  i|r.
MEMORANDUM
O'CLOCK
\     Wu    Lii.tned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Let us loan yoj th; mjtijy t3 buy or build a house or pay off a mon g i .e
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building. Vancouver. B. C.
JJ.
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Ebony Olfte.
Don'l forget when doing your
(Christinas     shopping     to     sec
Keeley's ebony toilet nets, manicure sels and brushes. 2t
..Christmas Hampers..
NO.  1���"ST  MOMS"
i bottle. P. �� O. Scotch
1  bct-l. 8 SUr Brandy
1 bottl* Port
2 bottl..  Cholc.  Cl.r.t
e bottl..   atar   (quart.)
ONLV  S��
NO. 2���"FAMILV"
2 bottlts P. A 0. Scotoh
1 bottl* 3 SUr Brandy
2 boltl*. Dry Oln
1  bottl* B.at  Sh.rry
1 bolll* B.at Port
B bottle. Bt. I.t.ph. Olarat
ONLV  SU
NO. 3���"FRENCH DINNIR"
1 boltla An-i.r Ploon
2 bottl.a Haul Baraao (quart.)
4 bottl** St.  C.t.ph.  {quart*!
8 bolll*.  Sparkling  Moa.ll.  (quarta)
1 bottla zo-v..r-Old Brandy
1  bottla  V.llow Ohartr.ua.
ONLV *t*l
NO. 4���"INTBBNATIONAL"
1 bottl* Sitra  Sh.rry
2 bottla* Oh.bin
8 bottla. Oh.ataau Mar��aui
4 bottl.a Ch.mp.gn.
1  bolll* BB-VMr-Old  Bl.qull   Brandy
1  bolll* Maraaklno
ONLV StS.    (Sll quart..)
NO. B���"OBRMAN  DINNSR"
1  bottl* Oh.rrl.. In Maraaklno
8 boltla*  Llabfraumllch
5 bottl.. Sparkling Hook
1 bolll* 20-Vear-0ld Brandy
1  bottl* Birch
1 bottl* ��umm*l
IS bottla* B.*r
ONLV SIS    (All quarta)
NO.  0���"OOSMOPOLITAN"
1 boltl* Oookull*
2 bolll** P. A O. Scotch
1  bottl* 20-VMr-Old Brandy
- S boltl** Al* or Stout
1  bolll* Slo* Oln
1  bottl* Or..n  Oh.rtr.u..  (pint)
ONLV 810.28
A Useful Christmas Present
. . . WILL BK A CONSTANT REMINDER OE THE OIVER . . .
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We list a few of our floods that would  prove very  acceptable
to your home or your friends.
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Oarpet Sweepers
Bread Mixers
Sadirons
Oarvers
Fish Carvers
Bread Knives
Rogers 1847 Outlery
Butcher Knives
Coffee Percolators
Nlokel Plated Teapots
8oiB8ors
Sugar Spoons
Embroidering Scissors
Gillette Safety Razors
Shaving Brushes
Razor Strops
Razor Hones
Nut Oraokers
Ladles' Companions
Reading Lamps
Footballs
Punohlng Bags
Boxing Gloves
Air Qunn
.22 Calibre Rifles
Alarm docks
Skates
Boys' Axes
Pocket Knives.
Hunting Knives
Wo have nol been established 50 years, b-.:* we can sell you
BS-ysar-Old Brandy, Remember, wo have a completo assortment
of all standard Liquors, and control the exclusive agency for a
large number of the Jlest Wines,Liquors and Liqueurs ever seen
in tbe Province. Wo buy direct from Europe and give you the
benefit of the middleman's profits.
10 per oent. discount on all bills   Otar $B until tho ond of ths year.
Clarke Bros., Ltd. MdBirwBisck.nwAww Phone 39
We have an endless list of Roods suitable for Christmas  Gifts.
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QUESTIONS THE KIDDIES ASK.
Xmas  Goods
JUST ARRIVED <
..A large assortment of chocolates in fancy baskets and boxes
also a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
_     Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
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Williams & McMeekin
IMfarson Block
Phone 56
m&_p��<
Waltham Watches
in Nickel Cases
7-Jewelled for $6.10 15-Jewelled for $7.15
17-Jewelled for $8.25
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Also we have the
��� highest    grade   of
RAILROAD    Waltham,   Howard,
and Hampden Gold
Watches.
Fanciful Cut Glass
Chinaware, Clocks,
etc., etc.
'WATCHES
W**m
Mussallem & Co.
Jewelry Store 423 5th Ave. East
.HUBL HARBISON
(notut rosuc)
V.   F. 0.  OAMIII.K
iamuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
rince Rupert
and
Stewart
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
SOOT
AND
SHOE
HOUSE
Corlirs Coon Collars
Harry Smith
3rd & 7th
TO CURE
COUGHS
& COLDS **���*���
Mathieu's Syrup
���I lar ���nd Cod Liver Oll
not only stops a cough but cures
it Its tonic and restorative
properties enable the system to
permanently throw off a cold.
3jc for large bottle.
Sold everywhere.
J. lm MATHIK0 CO . rrop..      BIIBSBBOOKK.
?l����l>
MATHIEUS SYRUP
OF TAR   *9*
COO LIVER  OIL-
Why We Have Plum Pudding.
Plum pudding nnd mince pies
have only been made in their
present form during tho last two
or three hundred years. It wns
in ancient limes the practiuo for
people to glvo one another at
Ohrlstmas time little cakes
roughly shaped in ihe human
form, and those represented lho
infant   Jesus   uml   Big   mother.
This heeaine mm luborato as
lime wenl on nn.l developed into
a great Qhrislmas pie made up <>f
all kinds of things ��� chicken,
SggS, spices, raisins, run-ants,
BUgar, candied peel and so on.
The pies were made iu the supposed shape of the manger in
Whioh Jesus was laid. Tlie various Ingredients, Doming, as ninny
diil, from the easl, were said lo
represent lhe gifts of lho wise
men to Jesus. Later the pies
were made in lhe more convenient
round shape, and developed into
our plum puddings and mince
pies.
Why Children Have Ohrlstmas
Trees.
The Christmas tree was very
litlle known in Kngland before tho
coming of Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria, who introduced the rush uu from Germany. It is supposed to have
been derived from a custom of
the ancient Egyptians, who used
to deck Iheir houses al this period
of the year with branches of
dale palm, their symbol of life
triumphing over death. In Germany, far more than here, the
trees arc gaily illuminated with
lighted candles, a practice thul
grew out t.f the custom of keeping a large candle alight at
Christmas time in lhe churches
to show that Josus, the Light of
llie World, had come.
BAPTIST SERVICES
Special Christmas Celebration In
Mclntyre Hall.
Eleven a. in., morning worship
and Christmas sermon; 2:30 p. m.
Bible school and Brotherhood
Marat .. Bible class; 7:30 p. m.
special service of Christmas song,
consisting of solos, hymns, anthems and Christmas carols. Rev.
Wnrren 11. McLeod will deliver
a short Christmas sermon on
"The Heart of Christmas." Music
under lhe direction of Mr. John
lv Davey, organist and choirmaster. Strangers and visitors
always welcome. All services
helil in Mclntyre Hall. ��n Third
avenue, noar Sixth slfeel.
Look for Mine, Santa
Chris)mas Kvo is very near,
Now you dear old mnn,
Whisper what you'll bring to me
Tell me if you can.
When    the    clock    is    striking
twelve,
And we're fast asleep;
li.iuii the    chimney    broad and
black
Willi your pack you'll creep.
All the stockings .Mm will see
Hanging in a row.
And mine's Ihe Inngcst one,
So you'll be sure lo know.
THE QUEEN'S DRIBS
It Was of Purple Velvet Trimmed
with Ermine.
Descriptions of the Dtirbnr
celebrations show ihnl every-
Ihilig Ul appeal I.i Ihe ey.- wa-.
resorted Ifl lO make a grand dis-
pln>. The yueen-Kmpress' dress
wns of while satin embroidered
wiih a design i.f WSSS, Ihislles
nnd shamrocks, wiih a border of
It,l.i. il..w,Ts.   Thn ��t��r Off India
embroidered  the  front   off  her
dress. Her Majesty's Imperial
robe was off purple velvet trimmed
with ermine and wiih a border of
gold braid.   She wors lhe Orders
��f the ...ni. i and Ihe Star of
India. Her ornanienls were n
diamond and emerald necklace
and brooches.
No Risk
In Buying
From Ryrie's
We pay delivery
charges on all articles
purchased from us, guarantee safe delivery and
refund the money If you
are not absolutely satis-
fled.
Our handsome new 124
page catalogue, ln colors,
of Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, China, Cut
Glass, Leather Goods,
Etc., will be mailed upon
request.
Write for lt Immediately -It will solve tho
gift problem for you.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Coat*.'. Larf>.t Jewelry Home
>/M. Rgrle, Pre*.
Harry Rgrle, Sec-Trta,.
134-13cM38YongeSt.
TORONTO
SOME SUGGESTIONS
FOR CHRISTMAS DAY
666 PLANNING THE TABLE
Some Hints for Making the Xmas
Dinner Look Well.
At the end of the game the one
with tho lensi amount of forfeits
is the winner, ll is u real fun
maker for lhe children.
GRM��^
TRUWM
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Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leave Princ. Bup.rl Thureday at 8:30
p. m., O*o. 21.1 ana 2Sth, arriving. In Vancouver aarly Saturday morning, OK. 23d
and 30lh.
MAKE   VOUR  RESERVATIONS  BSRLV
Phon. zee
Whal an important function is
i in* good old Christmas dinner.
Aniuiiil the table old friends are
onoo again united, past grievances aro forgdtlon, peace and good
well reign supreme,
Brightness musl ho the predominant feiilure iu Christmastime ilt'coi'iilitiiis. mid that is why
soarlel is over lho favorllo true
al ihis lima of the year.
A box of growing Itllles of the
valley are a delightful Investment and may be made into a delightful centre piece by surround
ing with crinkled paper caught
up into ins.'Ites and lied with
bows of ribbon.
Dainty can.lie shades could he
made of tIn* crinkled paper with
slurs cut out in silver paper and
gummed on lo Ihem, und the
housewife who is really artistic
will have a touch of red to correspond in ml the little details
of the table service. Tliis idea
oan even be carried out with the
ham frill, using for this alternative ruches of white and red tissue, letting a while ruche come
next io the ham.
The exhibition of Crown Derby
uml Moororafl ohina al  Wark's
is Sttraoling lhe attention nf all
Christmas shoppers,    Don't fail
In make Wink's a point of call. Bt
CHRISTMAS COMMANDMENTS
The Man  Who  Doesn't Observe
These Will  Lose His
Popularity
W  L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
II. Gordon Munro W. Nlcr.oI.OD UxXler
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART St.  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ituuert P.O. Box 361
Itll   ll..III-  too
explain thai
h> avoid Hi.-
Don'l arrive half
soon and jocularly
you've "einne early
crush."
Don't entertain lho oompany
with a humorous description of
the old gentleman you saw oom-
ALKHED CA118S,
of Hi -mull Culumbla
and Manitoba Bar*.
V. BENNETT, B.A.
��� rflt C Ontario, Su-
k.tch.w.n  and Alberta Ban.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllcf   Kit* lntii,.,r block, corner Third .venu. and
Sixth itnwt. I'rlnce Ruoert. 8
Work Baskets.
The most acceptable Christ mas
gifts nre work baskets filled with
candy.   At Keeley's Pharmacy. 2t
SS. Princa John for Stewart 10 a. m.,
Dae. 20th and 27th.
Praaant aohedula will  ramaln  In effect
until above data*.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanaitulol.
Tniins leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
SANTA CLAU8' STOCKING
Just   the  Christmas   Game   You
Were Trying to Think Of
On your Chrlatma* vialt Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Sy.tem
from Chicago. The finest and best
tervire over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arrsnged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from thc office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   rASSBNGKR   AGENT
"Siinlii Clans' Slocking" is jusi
llie gume you want for Christinas. Knch person musl take (he
name of a lliing which Santa
Clans might put in anyone's
-lucking. For instance, one
might be n doll, another n gun,
another n dog, and a fourth a box
of sweets. When all have taken
I he inline of some object, n grown
up person begins to tell n slory,
gradually bringing nil these
names in. Directly an object is
mentioned ihe player win. has
taken its name must do au action
in oonneolion with It. The doll
might say -- Mamma," in a
squeaky voice; Lhe gun must
shout "Hang!" the toy dog musl
bark; and the box of sweats
well, lhe besl lliing is lo smile
sweetly and look pretty 1 Should
any player fail lo do his a.-lion
when Ihe object he represents is
mentioned he musl pay a forfeit.
ing up tin; street,    lie mav arrive
later.
Don'l always catch the same
girl when playing I.lind man's
hull'. People may BUSpeol thai
you can see.
Don'l attempt to do conjuring
tricks    unless    you  huve    tried
ih.mh before.
Don't say "l thought so," when
you are informed that the mince
pies are home-made; its ambig-
ious.
Don'l say thai "lhe plum pudding is jusi like mother's." It
might In- considered it poor compliment.
Don'l say, "Thai yarn of yours
always make me laugh" when
your host  introduces ins annual
joke, ii sounds tike another way
of saying, "Chcsnuts."
Don't sing more Hum half a
dozen songs in succession, he-
cause���well, it's bud fur llic
voice.
Don't, when asked lo take a
glass of port wine, sip it, itu.l
then Inquire whether iis port or
sherry. You may be misunderstood.
Hare and beautiful chlnavaie
and crockery, exclusive designs.
Wallace's. tf
Christmas Social.
The Scandinavian Society Vnl-
lialla or S. II. & I*:. 1-'. is making
preparations for an enjoyable
social witli danoe in K. of P. Ilutl
Saturday, Dec. 30lh, al 8 p. in.
Music by Cray's orchestra.
Gentleman 11.50; ladies free.
(11(3-23
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All limit;.! operation, altllfully treated. Ou and
local .n.atlietlr* atlmlnlelered for the patnlei. ax-
tractlun of teeth.     Consultation free.     Office.:
lie Ik-lTK-eri Block, I'rltl,*.*  ltl]|r.l I. 11-11!
Alcx.M.M.nitin it a .     W.K Weliium*..!. �� .1..1..1,
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.(
r.to. nox 2.1
PRINCE RllrERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
i*t*i n or wm. rosos. est)., *���**���*,***, ion., nto
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Lite aad Accident Imuran. *.
.IS Srd Avenue Phone 3ns and Green ttl
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *  8AD0I.ERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
Prince Rupert's leading hotel-
Sovoy.
Mrs. FrizzelFs
Don't forget lhal you can find
a BOBiplStS line of Hand Bags,
Suit Case Umbrellas wllh gold
mini ami sterling silver handles,
dray's Jewelry Slore. Prices
right. tf
B.C. Coaat service ��� Famous  Pru .-.--
Line
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH
Princess May
Thu radar. December 21.1, al S a.m
For Vkrterla. Vancouver .nd Seattle
}. G. McNab General Af sal
, .1 a*a*mm*sxmmtm*
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.    Apply at
TBE     NEWS     OFF1CB
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The eternal quest In buying party and evening dresses
Is to And something prettier, something more "becoming,"
something in ths way of a new effect in an approved style.
Mrs. Frizzell has always carried the acknowledged leading
display of this elass of goods In Prinoe Rupert, and Is now
offering them at a deolded sacrifice.
A big reduotlon has also ***** made In ralnooats and
ladles' and children's coats.
Useful Christmas gifts serve as a constant reminder
of the giver.. The store Is replete with holiday suggestions
���In fact, It Is a deolded ahow nowadays.
Ladies' collars, handkerchiefs, needlework, etc., In
fact, an endless variety of appropriate Ohrlstmas novelties.
ALL TASTES GRATIFIED EXCEPT POOR TASTES.
Mrs. FrizzelFs
Sixth Street
OPEN UNTIL 10 p.m. THIS WEEK
EBY   CB.   Co.5S
REAL ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSHMKAI.IK . |!    (*
Qutuej Snttakj ui fsraaet Ckuat
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr.
naccs and ilu en put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PiKtial (Wm <-.**, Urnm, Um IM. ���
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CIIARUES REASONABLE
THIRD  AVENUE     PHONE   JM.
i'1'l '. DAY AND NICHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS .sn EMIIALMERS
Funeral   Dins-tor.
3rd Ave. near filh St. Phone No. a
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO. S3
Meet. In the Helgerson Block;
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order In the city
sre requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. 0.
J. OLUCK. Sec.
Savoy Hotel
I On FrtaerandMh.       <*->������- Wine, .ml Otfar. j. t
Rumrrs palacs or  comtort
TO LET
Fist in Rsnd Block, corner Sixth Avenue,
snd Fulton Street.
AIm ftores in same block.
Two entlsgef coner Second Avenue snd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
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Woman's Duty.
The prime duty ot woman is io
keep herself In good health,���Dr.
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A Mystery to Ourselves.
Tin- i�� a world of mysteries;
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sn- Francis Vane.
Their Highest Happiness.
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tin.) iheir highest happiness In
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.\,-\v York, Dec, 83.���Archbishop Farley ..f New York, who was
recently honored by the Pont.fl t" become a member .-f the College
of Cardinals, lm- made In- first public appearance h.*r.* aa a cardinal
in dedicating the handsome new Church **i st. Barnabus, New York.
The Other Side,
if you have ii.d tun.- t
both >id.-s of a question, read th
other side.���Mr. A. Hnr.ll. M. P
in the Home Reading Union.
Her Great Idea.
The gr.*ut Idea of the young
woman today is how car. she reduce her golf handicap.���Rev.
\V. J. Jillings. at Southwark
Cathedral.
New
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Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
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NOTICE
In Revolt
H'th lift ion an.l criticism today
are in revolt againsl that in.*.I
giant, lhe prosperous Englishman.���Mr. H. ti. Wells, in the
Fortnightly Review,
The Better Way.
Th.- tendency of all legislation
:.- t^ think less of punishment
and repression and moi f i>-
' formation.���Lord Mayor "f London, at the Mansion Hon-.-.
Tlie Best
Procurable
Absolutely piu t
Snobbery.
i if all lh>- apparatus nf sii"I>-
l.t-ry th.. most widely used and
lhe mosi easy t" handle is a great
name.���Mr. I>. I��..naldsi>n, in the
Musieal Standard.
The Morning Tub.
I never lake a morning bath
w iiliniil fe.-Iiiii: that I ought to
n��k a blessing ami return thanks
f..r it as much as f..r my dinner.
���Sir J. Criehton Brown, at East
M   ���-ey.
The Hobbledehoy.
As a rule one d-��*s net find
snobbishness amongst i>.���> s: that
comes when the) have grown out
of being boys an.l before they are
iii.'ii.���General Baden-Powell, at
I'ungbuurne.
The Necessary Condition.
Tin- whole history of the modern world gnes In prove that local
aut..11..my is the necessary con-
dition of true imperial unity and
..hilarity.���Mr. John Redmond.
M. I'., at ItawteiistBil.
The Disappearing Town.
A   man   wh<>   creates   nothing
sinks min poverty and oblivion;
un.I the town wliirh creates nn
wealth onlj exists as a burden on
tin- cinmiiiiily. and is Imiind lo
ili��a|.|��'iii*.   - Mr.   *',.   \V.   Russell,
| III   the   ln��ll   It.'MeW*.
WEDDED AT THIRTEEN
Is It Any Wonder Thsl at Nineteen She Gets a Divorce?
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P.O. B.i 806
'Haven't you mads a mi'iake-?"
.ani .Indue A. W. Era ter n- Mrs.
Nellie Jane Peterson, weighing
eighty pounds, climbed into the
witness chair in the divorce
COUrl  III  Seattle  IftSl week.
N". your honor/' said the
plaintiff. -'I want a divorce, and
I have been told Hint this is Ihe
place to gel it."
"Oh, very well." said Hie Court,
"proceed with your testimony.   I
thought it was the juvenile cmirt
ymi were looking for."
"Jane was thirteen years -dd
when she married Byron J. Peterson in Kansas, on June li", 14*05,
and -In* retains her girlish ap-
pearanee at nineteen.
Peterson, she said, hired n man
and woman to nins0.iiern.le as ln*r
parents and give their consent
In n marriage license. She came
wesl lo live. Al Portland Peterson threatened to shout her and
failed In support her.
Judge Fraler granted her Ihe
decree,
.Nollre li hereby riven tbat an ippl.n-
ttieii will be i: .' to Ibe l >.- -._-.... As-
-.iiii.ly ul ibe I'ruwnce ol British Columbia
at 111 neil session lur an an amending
-��� t, n 3 tt tbe British Columbia A Mask.
Railway Act, int. 1U1. it, statue, ol
l.rmsh Columbia, IS10., by striking out
all Ibe Words afler lie word "Columbia''
ii. l ii. to ol .aid Secii,.n antl substituting
lb. r. I,.r Uu* t"ll-��inf:
And or Itvin Tort Geurrc In a n rib-
eattcrt) dire-ii-n to tbe valley ef ibe
Parsnip hiver by way of I'ort McLeod,
iii. im a. mr tbe I'artnip Hiver to a junction with tbe l-eacr Hiver. thence along
uu .alley of iiie Finlay liner tbrousb
-���ii. PISS, iti'iue a. wu tbe -i *��� n*
Hiver to a Junction with Ibe main line at
1.1. graph '!���'.. also powers to build
branch lines either through tbe fine Hn.r
��� ���r Pises Im.r i .isses to tbe eastern boundary ol British ��� "luiiibla. or by way or
the most feasible route, or id ibe ali.rna-
Ski-.-tia Land District���District or Cassia..
Takt- ix.-ii. ��� lhal James twins Macrae,
nl Vancouver, occupation roal estale agenl,
mi.ini- io apply for permission io pur-
e in-i   Uu* i-.iir um.- described lands:
i en, in*.*   ai   a   post   planted   about
seven milts dislanl and In an easterly
direction trom the Mas liner, and aboul
��� i.-hi milts nurlh or Alyansti lndlab vlliige,
llunie nurlh cighl*, chains, ll.ence easl
i-nrbiy chsins, Uu-nct soulh eighty chains,
tnence   wesl   eighty   chains   tu  point  or
'  r.llllllr  |,r  ���  J.J.  ll!
JAMES EW1N0 MACRAE.
II. 1'. Hutter, Arent.
Daud Oct. 31, mn.
rub. Dec. U.
Skeena  Land  lustrlcl���District  of  Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Take in,lice lhat Ellen Marion Younr, or
Victoria, B. C, occupallon spiusler, intends
lu apply  for permission  to purchase  tbe.
lollnwini: described lands:
i.eminent uut  ai  a  pusl   plained  al   tbe
��� mil,, .i-i corner or Lut It IS, thence west
iu ihe n .iiii. .i-i corner or Lol i :���.'���.!. ilu u e
louth   tu  beach,   thcuce   alonr   beach   to
pllllll      lir      i    .lllll,. lie elllelel,       I , e|, 1�� ; [11II f    ,o|���*
hundred and r -ur tioi- acrei, morc or
ten.
ELLEN   MAIlloN  YUt'.NO.
Oeorre Young, Meat,
Paled Nov.   15, toil.
I-ub. Dec. 11, Itll.
Sk.ena   Land   District���District   ot  Queen!
��� i.i:; ii.  Islands.
Tuke notice  that John Scott  Younr,  *>t
-jaiinli, B. C, occupallon larmer. intends
tu apply   for permission  to  purchase  tbe
I     ���    :��������     ll.* I'    -m.lr.,1       'lllll-
e HeHre   I.'      I..*        .1 I       a      PO��l       pl   llllcl       ||       Ul,*   I
���mmim c-rner ot Lol 1510, thence tuuth
i,. ihe h i iii boundary or Lot um, ihence
easl almir the said boundary tu the sea- ;
shore, thence rollowmr along tbe sbu.-e to
��� he point ot cummencemenl, conlalnlng
three hundred and slilyone (SCI' acres,
iiiur<* or less.
JOHN  SCOTT YOl'NG.
George Young. Ag.nl.
Daled Nov.  15. ifll
pub. Dec. 15, Ull.
Skeena Land District���District or Cassiar. |
lake notice lhat Clarence liowen, or Seal lie. Wash., occupation woodsman, in-
l.nds to apply ror permission lo purchase
ihe following described lands:
��� .ii.in- in in.- at a post planled lour
miles east or tbe Naas River and about
llie miles north or Aiyansh, tbence nest
eighty chains, tbence touth eighty chains,
ih.-n.e east eighty chains, tbence nortb
nghty chains io point or commencement.
CLARENCE BOWBtl.
H. 1'. Hutter. Agenl.
Plied Oct. 31, Itll.
I'ub. Dec. I-l.
183b 1911  TU   n      n    ^
Thc Bank of      -1 he Une Best B
BriUsh North America SECTION j njJJ
KYeanlalaskacia. ^ ~  '"'
4
Capital and  Reaerve Over J7,300,000
Lots 27 and 28,
t 30, co.
Banking by Mall
is a great convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
I'eposits may be sent in, cash
dn vu, or other business trans-
ac\ d    by    Mail,    without   any    R����' Estate and Rntali
3rd a*.,     ;;hg|
Price mm I
O.M. Helgerson, ly
'.ro Lie or delay.
Write or ask our Local Man-
agt r to explain our system to
you.
Prl��ce Ruperl Branch
F. S. I ONG, Manager.
Offi mi H��l
'"������HlBrJ
i
THE
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Av
���M Blu
skeeni Lind District���District ol Cisslir.
Take notice that Frank I uny. or Seattle,
Wash., occupation chainman, intends to
���pply lur permission io purchase tbe following described lands:
i ..mmcnring at a post planted ibout six
ii.il.-i- easl or the Nils Hiver lud ibout
-. i. n miles norlh or Aiyinsh, thence nortb
eighty cbains, easl eighty cbains, south
eighty chains, west eighty chains to point
ul commencement.
FRANK FUREY.
II. P. Butter, Agent.
Paled Oct, 31,  Ifl I.
l-ub. Dec. 14.
sk.ena   Land   District���District   ol   Cuast,
Hinge 5.
Tike notice thit I. John Arglnclls, carpenter, or Victoria, I"   C. IDlend to apply
h.r permission to purchise the following
live by Ibe most feasible i ut. b.*iue>n i described Tinas
Lyiton ind T.slin Uke, ilso lo bu.ld from l commencing it i post plinted ibout on*
i point on siid line ol ruiwiy io tb* city md ..ne-hilr miles northeist rrom tbe
r Wncouter or from tbe Uly of Van-   intake of Trout River, on the west  side
couver ... a point oo snd line, by tbe most
leasiMe route."
And  rurther.  for an act extending tbe
time   within  which   Ibe  company  bat   lo
��� ���mine lice construction and exi-end nn per
rent of lit capilalitalion.
baled at Victoria. B. C. tblt Sth day or
December.  Ifl I.
Hi'BLHTf.'N t\  IIEISTERMtN,
Solicitors ror the Applicants, tbe British
Columbia i Alaska Railway company.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeen. Land Ditu-ict-Dl.trlct of C��*.t Bans. 5
Taa. aut.ee that we tb. un-ieralvn-nL AlXrvc
Christian Garde mod Wm. M. John.ton vt Pnnee
Kt*l*n. B.C.. occupation mining enginerr and
proai-retm. inund to apply tor permiujoo .<
learnt th* fullowlng :��� -  ��� ir: land.
Cooumrnc.nl at . post plantad 1-4 mile aas,l vt
Lhe h-t Si.-.; n.ir 1 I'le, M.ti.ri. .nd appro&iir-
.tely .T miir, ��aat of I'r.r.e Kupert. thenc. north
* cn.rre,. thenc* rul J-' ,h.tr... tbene* K-uth 25
chain, move or t*�� to railway grade, thance
.r.trtl. 2b chain, mor. or le*. fvltowins -aid
straxsa tu point of HMHMBMgl and containing
Tu .cr.t or 1*M.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Pat* Nor. SS. Mil
Pub. Dm. .*.. Mil
r Lakelse Like, and about live (5) cbains
blck ': :i, ihe witerrront. thenc* south
<xn chains, thence wett 80 chains, thence
���-���-;.'. so chains, ibence east 80 chuns to
point >.r commencement, contaimnr 540
acres, mor* or less.
JOHN  ARGIRACL1S.
Fred E. Cowell, Arent.
Dited Oct. SI,  Ifll.
I'ub. Dee. f.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE.
Skeeni   Lind   District���District   of  Queeu
chirlulle Islinds.
Take notice that Alfnd McCregur, ol
Victoria. B. C, i.ccupati.-n bruker, inien.ls
iu apply lor penmssion to lease tbe rot-
lowmir described lands*
��� <>mmencing at a post planted ai .i
ihree-rpiarti-rs or a mile touibw.si fnm
the souihwesi erner of Lol 154s. Missel
Inlet, tbence MM forty chuns. ibence
��� uiii io the nortb boundiry of Lot 1557.
Ihence west one hundred cnains. mure or
lets, tbence nortb ninety cbains. theme
eisi to tbe beicb. Ibence along beacb to
point or commencement, camming six
hundred ind rorty teres (640), more or
less.
ALFRED M 0RE00R.
George Young, Agenl.
Piled Nov. 15. Ifll.
l-ub. Dec. 15. Ifll.
Skeeni Lind District���District ol Queen
Chirlotle Islinds.
Tike nonce thu Arthur Tremiine, or
Saamch. B. C, occupition rirmer, inunds
In apply ror permission io lease the foi-
Comniiicing at a po.t pUoted about 3 MaSa : * w��* described linds:
la a nortti��l> dt-ctns Iron th. norUM-H corner ��� iiiinpnciiig al a post planted at the
P-a ol Lot ucJ. Rang. I, tout Uwnct. itMeo* *' th* i'i cr.rr.er, being elghly cha as toulb
aatt M ft.-a. xtmt.tr* north 60 chain., thu.ee | ���' lhe le -r t'.v ��� -t corner or Lot 1555. Mas-
vat io bank el nm, tbenc* wuth lolloaing set inlel; Ihence West f..ny chains, thenre
haak ol nvtr to pout ol eomnwnenDeiit: con- I n<rth eighty chains, thence cast rorty
laintei ino aer... mor. or iaa. chains, ibence south elrhty chains lo tbe
Dei*l s*pt. ��, Ivll. LEROY F. GRANT I point i.r  cmmcnctnenl,  containing three
Pub. i-   in, Oardoa C Emm*rMn. Ageat ' iiiindred and twenty acres  .380,, more or
less.
Skaena Land DMrict���***** ol Coin Rang* 5 I ARTHUR  TI.1MMM
laa. notie* that Mu. Man alulnb. of Uan,       ���     ... Georre Young, Agent.
Inland,  occupauon  (pnuter,  intends   to  app!)        lm.-! Nov.   IS.  Ifll.
lor !��i**:.- .:. to |.urcn_�� ti.. loUowing d-aantud |      I'ub. Dec. 15, Ifll.
Slt-wc Land Iiuanct ��� I.utrin of Coot Rang, b
Tak. noue. lhat LeRoy F. Grant of 1-r.nc
Rupsn, H. e , Mcjpauoa c.l ��agin��u, u.imid.
to apply (or p*rmMa��a u
thacri-wd landa:
A*, ctvu inaei.m, tataia.
i ta purckaa. th. loUowb^
r  . inanou* islands
utt. to Take ne.u-e thai Milclm Wrighl Young,
I com- ' "f - um. li B. C. occupillun rirmer, in*
or rm ' '���<������'* i" at ply ror permission lo leise ihe
Dun._c.ng at a dom plantad on. ehaiaa aofth    Skeeni   Lind   DISIrlCI���DlllrlCI   Ot   Queftl
al th* .  .   ��� **x eoraar el Lot US, tbaotm aatt* *     __.._..   chirlotle Islind.
411 eLmtA, xxroea* mmsx tv etuutm, tn.no mu *
enait_s tne-.o. mam it Chain, to point ol
-nwie.:.'.,   ConUining Mghty *erm,  mor. or.��� . -.. .   ���  -?	
Li.t-1 oct ;:. i��u.     Miss MArtV Ml LV11XE . following d- scribed lands
Pub. Nov. 11. John C. Mul-11*. Agent -n n-���     ��� .-   al   a   post   ;   .- ������  I   at   the
- 'iili.asi   c'erner.   being   alie.ul   on.*   nub
Skama U: D��tnct-DI��n<t ol Com! Rang. 5   ***** <*' *****.**0******* r******* ?f *-��*  '��*';
r*k* __-..�� u^t lifnj-uun Huad Rkw <g \<>*'***,',***���***> > * *'*���' "*��*}> boundary- of
l-rtno ttmstn, B. 0, occupiUo. mtsxat, ini*nd. ' '���* *: ' Ibence well lo Ihe easl b'.undny
to applj iVr |e��tzuaatoo to purcnaM t.IoUoatng "* ' ' 1**"- lli**nce south a)<>ng the sain
..��<r,i..  . .. boundary I" lhe southetst corner of -mi
Comroticjia .1 . poM ***** 64 chain, tout-    I   <   <""    llu n '    w.sl   llobg   Slid   boiin-
Irom   li,.  k,um  corner   ol  Lot  WW.     foal    ���-"'      I"   Un*   '��*'   bundiry   ������!   l.ul   ISIf.
mark*! 1.   ..  K s. t. eoraar, tn.no. 70 chain.   .Ii'iee   UMIIB  along  the   said  bnendlry  to
6t chalu. north, luten To chai-j.   lhe   nurlh  boundary  Of   I.ot   I .-5*.'.   lien'
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Service. ev*r>- Sund.y in th*
Empress Theatre. 11 m.i:;    and
* SO p.m.    Sunday Schuol and
Biblr CIm. at 2.30 p. m.
REV. F. W. KERR. M.A.. Pastor
THE   FIRST   HAPTIST   CHURCH
UC.STYRi: HALL. 3RD AVK..  M.1H-IH  ST.
Service,  every* Sunday at 11
.in.  and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School  2.30   p. m.        Baraca
Bible Claa. 2.90 p.m.
REV. W. H. McLEOD B.A B.D.   Pastor
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BETWEEN CENTRE ST. AND 2nd AVE.
Service, every Sunday at  11
a-m.   and 7.90 p.m.     Sunday
School at 2.90 p.m.
REV. C. I; SLNG. B.D. Pahtor
Tht- V -...
n
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I'   I
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wetanrant
1   ������:
' ��thl.
j Corley & Burgess, Pr^
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
?kt*c*ni Land District���District or cisslir.
Tike notice that 1, Janus T. I ..:.��� r; n.
ul Vancouver, B. C, occupation engineer*
.ng -i ���:��� i.i intend to apply ror permission
lo purchise tbe Mlowing described lands:
Commenelns at i post punted 52 chuns
��� .i-i ol Mis liner and 4u chains soulb or
pre-emption No. 3f7 (SEC-, thence 40
-hams imrth. thence fl chains west, thence
4o cbains south. Pillowing the Naas Itiver;
Uu ioc 5f chains citl to point ol commencement; conUining 160 acres, more
ur less.
J.  T. FULLEHTON.
H. H. Stewart, Agenl.
Dated Prince Rupert, Dec. It, Ifll.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
skeena  Land   District���District  or   Coast.
Range 5.
Tike notice tbil I, Abraham II. li.nl.*:,
or I'rince Hupert, B. C, occupition miner,
intend to apply lor permission lo purchise
in.- r.illowiug described lands:
' eiiiiiieiiciiig ai a pust plinted it the
snuihwett corner or i smiil islind ..i. ,i
twenty-lire tSI chains norib and twu (S|
ii mi- east m ibe norihwesi corner of Lol
i;.*3, Range 5, Coasl Ditinci, porcber
I sian I. in *.-. :::���-.. i,.- the shore line in
a norlheasterly direction about twenty
10 chains to the nurth end or the island,
tbence in a souihwesierly direction jI n^
ihe shore lino aboul twenty rfui chains
|.. ine point ul cummencemenl, being an
Island containing aboul rorly tv acres,
uiure or lest.
ABRAHAM  II. BAIIBLB
Dated Dec. Mb, Ifll.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
Skeeni  Lind  District���Dislrict  or  Coist,
Hinge 6.
Take notice Ibal I. I'ag b ri Aunol, or
Nanaimo, n. c, occupation miner, intend
lo apply for pernussiun to purchase tbe
Mluwuig described lands:
Commencing at a post planted st tbe
-outheast corner or Lot n-t, tbence toulb
tu chains, ihence wesl 40 chains, lln-nce
nurlb 40 cba:ns. ibence easl 40 chains lu
point i.r i iieii.e:.i tint in, containing 160
acres, more or less.
DAGOBEHT ALRIOL,
I red E. Cowell, Agenl.
Date Nov.  101b, Ifll.
Pub. Dec. t.
ti.. i
th.nc*  .5 chaina aouta to potat ol  eotc
ut*..* *.. entaining 455 acr*. tavea or ****.
BL.SJAM1N   III .v-l.l.   l.H I
DatM OcioUr 21, Mil.
Pub. Nov. I.
Skwn. Land Dlrtrict���DMM ol i tu.ur
Tak.  none thai  Angu. Junaa   Mek.nai.  of
Vancouver, It. C, occupation bookk.*p*r. Inu-dnns
to apply (ur p*rmuaion lo purchaM lh. following
otmenximt lantla:
uti.n.i:,r,r|  ai a -seat plaaud  at  th.  eon
rmi.in. Pom mar_��d A t. M. N. W. Cornor,
lh*oc* 60 tt.aitw Muth, theoc* 60 chain, eaat
t-..nc* SO chain, north, thence 80 chain, w���et
to point ol eommenc*m*nt, containing 440 acre
mora or laa*
angus james Mckenzie
Daud Sept. 23, MIL
Pub. Nov. t.
Skwn. Land Dktriet��� Da-trie, ol Caaaiar
Tak* nouo. that  Herbert McLennan of  Van-
eouvw, b. C occupation real ��*utt* ag.nl, inten-l.
lo .pply for ieermi_.irin to purchca.  lb. lollcwing
eli-ent^l  land.:
Commencing at a port planud at tha confluence of Blackw.ur nver with tb* Naaa riv_*
about two mile, eoxsxb ot lh* with Dominion
Irwgr.ph cabin. Part mark-Mi H. M. N. E.
Corner, tbene. t-0 chain. Miuth. tbtvnc* 80 chain,
weat, thane. M) ehaina north, thenc* 80 chain*
���a* to point of commencement, containing 640
aer** mora or lea*.
D.Ud Sept. 23, Mil HERBERT McLENNA.N
Pub Nov. 2.
Skaraa Land Dirtriet���Dhrtrlet ol Caaalar
Taka   aotie   Ub.i   Chart*   Willi.���   Ham   ol
I'.nco.vtv,   rl   C. accupatieB  lB.p*ctor,  I.tend*
lo .pply I.r p*rmt*wl*n to purchu. tb* lollowing
ttmrtV-d laada:
C���laaurliig at a paat planud at lh. con*
flnwiea ut Bl.ckw.ur rl-er with tb. Naa. rivar
about two mtlw. ��>uth Iron th. with Dominion
likgnph cabin. PMt markad C. W. H. S. W.
x otnm, then** 80 ehaina north, th.nc-- 80 chains
eaat, Ihenc 80 chain, aouth, tbenea 80 chain,
wart to point ol eomm*nenn*nl, containing 640
.cr*. mora or lea..
CHARLES  WILLIAM   HAM
I��U4 Bop-ember 28, MIL
Pob. Nov. t.
Skaana Und Dirtriet -Dlrtrict of Caaaiar
Take aotie. tbat Tboma. Arthur Wblu af Van-
eaaver, B. C, eecupatio. eer-p-mUr, Intend, to
week-old baby boy was operated ���ppii' *** JS**** ** *""**** t*,# '���n*>��i"���
,      .i i      * daaertbad landa:
till   111   it   lltisplllil   cnrlv   tmlny   lur-    ComaMBCiBg ..  a ******  *>l����t��l   ���<  th. ea,,
flueno* ol biMkwatar rxmxt wltb Naaa n.��, .bout I      Take   notice    that   William    Moore,   -.
^.���l>^se��thlr��aitbeiiaUD*t��iBioalala��raph    einnich. B. C, occupition firmer, Intends
le the i   :i!i. t-i corner of Lot 15:���-.'.
theme north  lo  lh.*  nnrlhwesi  corner nf
LOI 1551, Ihence eist lo Ihe point of ceiin-
mencement. containing six hundred  (6o0
teres, more or lett.
MALCOLM WRIGHT YOUNG.
George Young. Agenl
Paled Nov.   16. Ifll.
Pub. Dec. 16. Ifll.
SkeeBS   Und   District���District   ol   Queen
Chirluiic Islinds.
or
HE 18 STARTINQ YOUNG
A   Nino-Weed-Old   Baby   Boy   Is
Operated on for Appendicitis.
Pittsburg,   Deo.   20.���A   ninc-
(t. apply ror permission lo lease ibe roi
lowing desenbed linds.-
ee inniein in.* at 1 post plinted ll the
. ���niitiiw-esi corner of Lot 1548, Missel In*
lei. thence east one hundred chuns, ihence
...nlli sixty-four chuns, thence west to the
I., ai h. ihenee ilong beacb to point <ir
��� ���.inn.' io'im mi. teeniaiiiing six hundred and
! forty  (610 1  icres, more or less.
WILLIAM  .MOORE.
Oeorgc Young, Agenl.
Piled Nov.  H,  ifll.
I'ub. Dee. 15, Ifll.
Department of the Naval Service
RSOIOTCLtORSPH SSRVIOI.
suite lenders, iddressed to tbe under-
��� lgtnd. endorsed "Tender for Dwelling
House" ind iitompinied by ��� ccrlllled
neque fur 10 p.c. ol Ibe imount ol Ihe
lender will be received up lo noon on
. eeeiiibi-r 31 st. lllll, lor tne erection or
Iwilling bouses it the Goterniiu-nt Wire-
leu -iiii'tr- at I'rlnce Rupert, Cape Llio
and Point Orey.
appendieitis.   Physicians say lhe|f*-��*S%Sjlfcsr
<>peril) mil   Wns   successful. ,eaMa.   Port markad T. A. W. S. E. C
  80 chain, north, tbane* 80 chain, w.al
eb.ii*. aanttla, tbana. (0 ehaiaa aart u point *| I Will not receive pavnieni
TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT.""' ^^S��55WMIm��3l|     MwimT ^Wm.
L    .      .,^_ ' ^^^M Ill'll.K   III,.   Bl     rtf    tUm.     aat .     _._ . *
���p^oSIS,i|SS5S.UoM mty be ,fen��
bomt''r?,"vcr,-"n,'n*   Wireless   Slniloiis   at
-%$& sag feSfflS
AD. WAY OF FINDING
I Pub N.t'. 1
! in i<ii im. in or the Naval Service,
j     "inw.-i, November fOlb, Ifll. St
skeeni   Lind   District���Dislrict   ol   Coist,
Range 6.
Tike notice thu I, Theodore Nichilis.
���Inter, or Viciom, B. C, Cm., Inlend to
ippl) lur permission to purcbise the follow iiig described linds:
��� euiiiu in ing il ��� pusl iluii. il ll lb>*
suuthwest curner of Lot .No. H��87, tbente
east eu chains, iheiue toulb 40 chains,
ili.ii.e wesl 40 chains, tbence soulb 4u
chains, ihence west 4o chains, thence nurlb
So chillis lo poinl or commencement, containing 4s0 acres, mure ur less.
TIIEuI.ollK   NlLHALIS,
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
DBMS ocl. 31. Ifll.
Pub. Dec. f.
-lo. na   Land   Dislrict���District   or   Coasl.
Tike nolic- that I, Paul Curllsa, clerk
.r VICIOUS, inlend lu apply lur I'cnulss' n
lo purchise lb.   fulluwing deicrilieu linds:
cumin. ii. inv ai a p ��i planted un the
������ist boundary and about live .5, chains
Iron,   ih,*   se.ulli.asi  corner  or   Lot   4484.
il    le r i ���    ou   chillis,   He io '    easl   Do
'ham-. Ihence south Cu chains, llience west
iu ilu.ns in poinl ut cummencemenl, containing leu acres, iin.re or lett.
PAUL   1.1 HTISS.
Fred  E.  Cowell,  Agent.
Paled OCt 31, Ifll.
I'ub. Dec. t.
Skeena   Lind   District���District   ol   Coist,
Hinge 5.
Take nuiice tint I, Micbas H> gains, cook,
if Victor!!, b. C, inlend to spply lor per-
million to purchase lhc lullowinr described lands:
Ciiiisnencing at a pust planted on the
nurlh side ol Williams Creek, where the
hiiimai branch or Ihe 0. T. P. Ry. crosses
Williams Creek, and Iboul ten (101 cbsins
fi'in Uie creek shore, Ibence soulh 30
cbsins, llience cast 40 chains, theucc norib
3o chains, ibence wist 40 chains lo point
���I cumin, in inn nl. containing ISO acres,
more or less.
MICHAS   IIE0ANIS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Paled net. 31, Ifll.
Pub. Dec. f.
skeena land District���District or Coasl,
Itange 6.
Take nuiice lhal I, Samuel n.-litres.
gardener, of Victoria, intend to apply for
permlulon 10 purchase lhe following described lands:
Commenelns at a post l-l-.i.i'.I on the
north suie uf Williams creek, about ten
chains back rrom tlio creek bank, snd
.ilio.il liny chains southeast rrom where
lhe kltlmat brancb or lhc 0. T. P. right-
of-way crosses Williams Creek, thence
������nlli |0 chuns, Ihence CISI 40 chains.
Ihence north 40 rhalns, thence wesl 40
chains in point of ciinmiencemenl, con-
laming iio acres, more or less.
SAMUEL BEII.TEES.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Paled ocl. 31, Ifll.
I'ub. Dec. f.
-keena i.and District���District or Coasl,
Itange 6. _.
Take nmice that I, Louis Calcrls, driver,
"f Victoria. B. c, intend to apply for permission io purchase the following desenbed lands:
i oiiiineiii iiiir nl n post planted al lhc
S'tullifist corner or Lol l7Sf, ih.nce toulh
so chains, thenre west 40 chiins, thence
nurlh 80 chains, tbence cast 40 chiins to
puint or ciunmeneemtnl, conulnlng S-.'O
acres, more or less.
LOUIS CALERI9.
��� Fred E. Cowell, Agent,
tilled  Ocl.   31,   |f||. '
Pub. Dec. f.
Prince Rupert every ���?.���
at 6 p.m. forVa
arriving Tuesday non
For Stewart City on an
from Vancouver :-
night.
Northbound, leaves V,-
ver Wednes
Steerage Fare      -    ;
The "Camosu*
on the r..* ���:���:.-
heads s
suri:..- -.. ......
of collisiie:
J. H. Rogers. Ticket,
F. M. DAVIS
General Ua
Carpenter;: .
banks-Mer-e
Engines,   .i.i-
cessoric- earri'       11   ���
Launch** Uld Bo.U for Hirr  NXflHii
Georgetown
Sawmill Co.l
Lumber
Mouldings
A larc. -'
ing lumt'-r
lumber a si i
made at sbori
i
Ity.   Dm
* *.
Our prta -       ���   *���**���
Call on *.-
Cor Centre St. nnd Fir*.1
PRINCE
.**���
ANNEX
Owned   a: . -n��- b-' ]
Grand Trunk  :'   .'..-RaWj
the Anient*.. I lKt**ti
Excellently ���*,''ed'
steam heat. I *��� '���'*
modern MBl ��� ' '��� u*'"(
lately flrst-elsi i*t*r}***
The sppointi enU ��J ��*|
are equal  to  l .*  ���������"<��� **
coaat.
Rates: $1 lo $3.501
G. A. Swec;
Ma
.Whites Pori,
G. C. EM
A'-
;.KS0N
PIwm 125      Hiden Block
L: THE DAILY NEWS
Special
Wishing Yini All n Merry Xmas
mid Happy Now Year
Smith's Cigar Store... SMITH & MALLEH
=>0PO��OOOOOOOO0O000OOOOOOO0O<>OOO(
Order your oandiei frum
llic  best  selOOled   stuck
in the city.   Fruits, Etr.
Buy the Girl a Box of Chocolates
for Xmas.
I'HONE 63 SIXTH ST.
Compliments of the Season
Third Avenue
PLUMBING AND HEATING. ITS
ALL  IN  THK WORK
PHONE 6 PHONE 174
When skies arc dark and the wind Is chill
Lhrlslmis comes with Us kind good will
/Uid pleaunt u is our rrlenai in mat
Wllh a cheery wish and a memory sweet
TIIK OLD, OLD WISH
A Happy Ohrlstmas and
A Bright New Year.
 FIIOM	
The Mack Realty & Insurance Co.
Christmas, JDII    New Year, 19I2
Compliments of th.. Season
DR. CLAYTON
Dentist
Corner Si-tlli SI. antl Second Ave.
PRINCE RUPERT
XMAS WISIIKS FROM
M'KEEN   A   HUNTER
Horseshoers
and
Blacksmiths
PRINCE RUPERT,      -:-      B. 0.
WISHING ALL A MERRY XMAS
J. H. HILDITCH
Oontraotor and Builder
PRINCE  RUPERT,      -:-      B. O.
Wishing You All a Merry Xmas
JABOUR BROS.
Everything for Xmas In Lace and
Silk Goods,  Etc.
THIRD AVE.      PHONE 243 Blk.
Wishing You a Merry XMas
WE KNOW HOW
E.COLE
PAPERHANGING,   DEOORATINQ,
KALSOMINING,    ETO.
Phone Blue 336
CORNER   SIXTH   AND   FRA8ER
WISHINii IIUII PATRONS Till*: COMPLIMENTS OF THK SKASON
SAVE MONEY
We are giving a .r> per cent, discuul on nil Stoves and Cooking
Utensils iill ihe ut of January*���GET HLSY
A. J. Galland
General Hardware
Corner McBride and Fifth Ave.
Wishing You the Compliments of the Season
THE PRINCE RUPERT PLANING MILLS, LTD.
High  Grade Store and  Office  Fixtures, Sash and Doors, Interior
Finish, Etc.
COR. FIFTH AND FRA8ER STS. PHONE BLACK 241
WI8HING YOF Al.l. A MKIIIIY XMAS AND A HAPPY NKW YEAH
We make a specialty of moving pianos and furniture with oar*
j. a WESTON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
General Garbage Oontraotor
BEST HOUSEHOLD COAL DELIVERED TO ALL PAltTS OF CITY
Phone up 42 FIFTH ST.
Compliments of the Season
GEO. LEEK
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC
Third Ave.
Phone 203
Wishing You a Merry Xuins
JOHN CURRIE
Ladies' and Gents' Shoe Repairing
Shoes Made to Order
822 8ECONO AVENUE
THE THOMPSON HARDWARE
00. WISHES
YOU
A PLEASANT XMAS AND A
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Wishing Yon B Merry Xmas
CAB SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT
Phones 110, 368, 36, 91
UNION  TRANSFER 00.
NORTHERN B.C. UQUOR CO.
Wishing You All
A    Merry    Xmas
DRINK BUDWEI8ER BEER
Complli iis >.r lhe Sennon
CLIFTON'S BAKERY
Third Avenue
BAKERS   AND   PASTRY  COOKS
Xmas Greetings tu All
PATTULLO & RADFORD
PHONE 83
Real Estate
and Insuranoe
SECOND AVE.
Wishing You a Merry Xmas
W. L BARKER
ARCHITECT
Estimates on Application
Second Ave. and Third St.
P. O. Box 713 Phone SS
PRINOE RUPERT
Christ
mas
WE WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS A
MERRY  XMAS
WARK'S
THIRD AVE.
JEWELER8
Wishing You  All a Merry Xmas uml o  Happy New Year
SAVOY HOTEL
sienmlienie.l nnd Kleciric Lighted  Throughout.
Running Waler iu Every itooin
(Dor. 6th and Fraser
Phone 37
Wishing Y'ou a Merry Xmas
Drink P. & 0. Scotch Whiskey
Ask for Bisquit's Hrandy in lhe Long Holt It*.    Bass' Ale
and  Guinness'  stout,  Stork Brand,    -:-    -:-    -:-    -:-
Phone 39
Clarke Bros., Limited
Third Ave.
P. O. Box 319
Does It Pay to Advertise?
Lei the Greetings of Yulelide be welcomed by* all
Business Manager Prince Ruperl Advertising Company
Yes,  if You  Want the Business
WISIIINii  Vol    A  MKHItY X.MAS
THE QUESTION SOLVED
Com. and look ov.r our lira, .lock ol
IIii.ii OlfU In J.w.lry, Diamond, and Sin.
Out Ola...
Watohmakers,   Jewelers
. and Opticians
J. S. GRAY A SON
Helgerson Block
FAMILY UQUOR STORE
Wines of All Brands,
Case Goods, Etc.
Order for Xmas Early
FREE DKLIVERY
Third Ave. Phone 17
Wishing One  and  All  Our Customers nml Friends a
MERRY XMAS
R. W. CAMERON, JEWELER
Wishing .vour a Merry Xmas
We Make Pictures True to Life
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
PEERLESS STUDIO
Third Ave. Alder Blook
Pag
e
MKIIIIY X.MAS TO ALL A Merry Christmas to You All
MUSSALLEMGROCERYi  ""' " '
High-class Grooerlos, Fruits and 1 Ull I  LAlIiLiJJ
Vegetables fm- Xmas.
ORDER EARLY
Phone Black 228 5th Are. East
A Merry Christmas to You All
FULTON CASH
MARKET
FOR TURKEY3
PHONE 170 FULTON ST.
A Merry Christmas to You All
FrizzelTs Meat Market
BUTCHER  AND PROVISION
DEALER
Phone 10 Third Ave.
Trunks,  Baggage
and   Storage
PHONE 301       PRINCE RUPERT
A Merry Christmas to You All
DR. W. S. HALL
DENTIST
3rd  Ave. Helgerson  Blk.
MKIIIIY X.MAS To YOU
Dine at
CENTRAL HOTEL
XMAS DAY
Modern  Stcamheated   Rooms
Electric Lighted Throughtout
PETER  BLACK        -:-        PROP.
MERRY XMAS TO ALL
EMPRESS THEATRE
PHOTO PLAYS FROM ALL
PART8 ol-- Till'.  WOULD
A Merry Christmas to You All
S. G. MORRISON
General Insurance Underwriter
PHONE 367 218 2ND AVE.
Wishing All  a   Merry Xnia-  and A Happy New Year
The Pioneer Laundry
WHITE LABOR
We Do First Class Work Special Rates to Hotels, Etc
We Call and Deliver PHONE 118
Wishing You  All a  Merry Xmu*-
Come and Have Xmas Dinner With Us
8PBGIAL8  FOR  X.MAS  DAY        SKHVICK   Is   UNEQUALLED
The Exchange Grill
Carmiohael A Embleton, Props.
Second Ave.Phone 91
Wishing You All lhe Compliment.. ..f ihe Season
WILLIAMS & M'MEEKIN
GROCERIES AND PROVI8ION8
Select Stock for Xmas.    Order Early.
PHONE 66 THIRD AVE.
Wishing Mm the ooinpllmenla
of the season
SWEDER BROS.
High Class Merchant Tailors
CLEANING AND PRE8SING
NEATLY DONE
Phone 38
Helgerson Blk.
Wishing y.'ii a Merry Xmas
LITTLE'S NEWS AGENCY
PAPERS FROM Al.l. PARTS OF
THK WORLD
Largest Selection of Post Cards
and Views In Prinoe Rupert
WISHING  YOU  A  MKHItY XMAS
HAMBLIN & CO.
Milliners and  Ladles'
Outfitting   Parlors
THIRD avi:     PRINCE RUPERT
Wo wish all nui' patrons a Merry
Xmas innl continued Pros-
peril) in the Now Year
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
CARTAGE AND STORAGE
Phone 1 Third Ave.
Wishing You n Merry Xmas
Timber Mlnee Insuranoe
P. McLACHLAN
IIKAI,   ESTATE   AND
commission AGENT
Wishing Ytiii a M.-rr> Xmn*
IDEAL PROVISION HOUSE
FOR XMAS GROCERIES, Kill ITS
AND VEGETABLES
We Koep  the Best
PHONE 100 THIRD AVE.
Merry Xmas to All
HAYNER BROS.
FURNITURE STORE
Planoa and Phonographs, Etc.
PHONE  86 THIRD AVE.
Wishing vim ilu- compliments of
lhe   season
LETOURNEAU & BROCHU
SHEET METAL WORKS
Pl.l MIIIN.i.  HEATING, TINNING
Phone 328 Blaok
Third Ave.
P. O. Box 3241     SIXTH AVE., NEAR FULTON
Success and Prosperity to Our City ��� m.
A4m*s*m*m*J*
THE DAILY NEWS
Do You Need Xmas Help?      Try the News Want Ad. Way.     It's a Good 6
Three lots, blook :. seeilon I, 12,000 each;
*i cash, bai. I, 1, 3 years ai 7 per ccnl.
Two lots, block si), lectlofl 1, $5,000 pair;
���i   cub,  bsl,  o,   IS,   is  months, ai  7
per cent.
too inls, block St. ieclion 5, |l,6S0i |5no
cash, iml, 3, c, ii, IS inoiulis
Two lols, Itl.iek I, seeilon 5, $4,100. Equity
cash.    Fine Mew* Inls.
une Ipt, block  0, Secllnn  .'..  |l,500.     $300
cash, 3, i'., ii' niejiiihs, ai 7 per eenl.
One Inl, block JS, secllnn 0, IMS.    US.'.
cash, bai. (:���*! every 3 mouths al 7 per
cent,
one lot, block II. seeilon 6, I.,850.   Half
cash. bai. ���'���.  It inonlhs, ut 7 per eenl.
one lot, block  17, seeilon 7, |S00.    1.00
cash, bai. 3, 0, li months; wltb cabin,
one lot, block  10, scclion 7, f.150.    $300
cash, 3, t'., is months, at 7 per cent.
TOO lols. block 17, secllnn 7, $1,000. One-
tlnril cash, bai. I ami s vears, at 7 per
cent.
Two lou, block  IS, scclion 7, $550 each.
M cash, bai. 6, IS inonlhs.
Two lm*. block 3, seeilon  7,  $650 each.
���i cash, bai..'., is, is months,
TOO I0M, block 3, secllnn 7, $550 each.
*. cash, bai. 0, li, IS months, al 7 per
eenl.
Knur Inls. block 3, seeilon 7, $3,000. *A
.ash, bai. 0, IS, is monihs. Lam*
eorner.
Three lou, block 37, section 7, $1,000. u
cash, bai.  0,   13,   18 inonlhs, al   7 per
Cllll.
Two lols, block 3S. section 8, |l,000, One-
ihinl cash, bai. o, 13, ts mon ilu. Corner.
TOO lols. block 38, seeilon 8, $850. $350
cash, bai. B, is months.
Two lots, block ID, section 8, $400 each.
$5u cash. bai. $15 per month.
I'lif lols. block 10. secllnn 8. $375 each;
Iial. $1.', per month.
FOR  RENT.
Store, Second avenue at Sltih sireei.
FOR   SALE.
Cabin wiili four rooms; cheap.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
HELD PRETTY PARTY
Young People's Danoe at Mr. and
Mrs. Patmore's Was Great
Suooeas.
The magnificent residence' of
Mr. and -Mrs. L. W. Patmore was
orowdod with young people Inst
night when a Christinas Cinderella .lance was held in honor of
iheir daughter Muriel. The young
in.lies present drew for the honor
of heing (he belle, ami lhe honor
fell in Miss Marjorie Sing, who
let! ..IV with llie host. Music was
supplied hy Profesor Kauffman,
nml happiness nn.l merry laugh-
tor reigned supreme   until   ihe
clock sli-uek twelve.
Afler lhe .lancing was over llie
guests, who were assisted in Iheir
pleasure making by some d! ihe
younger married people, were en-
ii'itainetl in refreshments before
lhe party broke up.
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���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
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'DEAD   ONES'
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
The story of Edward Howard
ami Ihe flrsl American watch will
l.e given free in a beautiful book
nl Mussallein's, 1^3 Fifth ave.
easl. tf
A CHRISTMAS MASS.
Special Musical    Services at the
Catholic Church Tomorrow
A special midnight luiis will l.e
sung al lhe Catbolio ohuroh at
midnight on Christinas Eve. The
eh.or nf the church have been
practising M. I.oesch's composition for Ihe occasion, for several
weeks past, uii.I'-r lhe direction
of Mr. L. Bullock-Webster, A.ll.
CM., the ehoirniaslei'. dray's
orchestra will assist with lhe or
chest ra I ac..un pan i men I.
Ohrlstmas Weather.
A sharp, frosty snap this
morning whitened the streets,
ami with a dear, crisp outlook
to the norlh lhe weather promises
lo be jusi right for Christmas
over ihe week-end,
Works' solid gold jewelry appeals lo every person of distinctive taste. Have you visited Wark's
.luring Xmas week? 2t
A -*:'-'5 new llnll safe at $175.
Come in nn.l make oll'er for
1132.50 National cash register.
1110 camp or hotel range at a
saerillee.    Hayner Hros. 3t
Al   coat,
Wallace's.
toys,  dolls,
u'.-lines���
tf
HART'S
Christmas : Goods
Tbe Largest and Most Select Stock in the City
We have fancy decorated China from Japan, China,
Austria, Bohemia, France and England. An especially
nice line of English dinner sets.
CUT GLASS direct from European manufacturers.
PRESSED GLASS from Ihe largest house in Canada.
STONEWARE, crocks, jygs, bean pots, teapots, etc., from
Wisconsin. An excellent line of plnted ware lo choose
from.
BASKETS in all sizes anil varieties.
LAMPS lo light the entire cily, from the most fancy to
the cheapest  bedroom lamp.
ENAMELWARE loo numerous to mention.
OIL CLOTH and linoleums.   There is \yhere wc shine.
FURNITURE such ns fancy rockers from 82 lo 120.
EASY CHAIRS from $10 up.    Couches and parlor suites.
It.'fl and mu.-in chairs and rockers.    Beds and bedding.   A large slock of curtains and draperies, loo.
C'.nking and heating stoves and carpels.
EVERYTHING  IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
.
Beoond Ave. and Sixth St.
Entranoe on Second Avenue.
Phone 82.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
Appeals to the Business and Professional Man,
the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
Walks of Life
BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When u man's lime is worth
n greal .leal more lo him than
(hc ens I of a drink habit cure
hc is not going lo drag along
for luiiiiy-eigiit i<> forty-two
days Inking a treatment when
lie ..ni gel a cure in three days,
Without hypodermic injections,
un.i l.e surrounded wiih every
MMDforl of home.
A PERFECT OURE.
The .Veal Internal treatment,
ures the periodical, occasion-
i or moderate drinker nnd lha
ci-voiis man who has tn drink
i keep from becoming ni-rv-
18. It lakes away all incliua-
tii In drink, nil desire and
nving In drink, liy neulrallz-
g lhe p.iis.ill nf alcohol in lhe
stem  and  ridding  the  blood
of lhe poison by a rapid system of elimination, lenving the
drinker in the condition that
lie wns before lasting liquor,
so fnr as the effect of alcohol
may be concerned���all appetite for drink gone���and he a
new man.
The I rent nienl consists of
Ibe Internal administration of
a harmless remedy, tonic in
iis action, (hat removes (he
craving for liijuor in a very
few hours.
DRUG  HABIT CURED.
At the Vancouver institute
we also treat drug addictions
with uniform success. Call,
write or phone for booklet, giving  fl.'ll  itif'ii in;.I inn.
Water Beyond the Creek.
Wnier   for   residents   beyond
Hays Creek  was  the  subject   of
Inquiry by Alderman Newton nt
lasi night's special Council
meel ing. The Mayor promised
a reply frum lhe Cily Engineer
al next Council meeting.
Christmas Candy.
(iodbur) s e li o e o I a t e s are
Keeley's leader. All beautifully
encased. 2t
Jewelry stores arc known by
Hi.* Slock Ihey keep. Wark's
have lhe largest stock of eul
glass in lluperl, from lhe very-
best iiiiiimfai'liii'ei's. 2t
The Itaplisl Ohuroh and Sun-
da> school choirs unite in a Xmas
Song Service in Mclnlyre Hall tomorrow evening.
M.n���We have the presents
you waul for the ladies. Wallace's. ��� tr
Ladies' iiaml bags, nothing
in.in* useful, more appropriate
nml aoceplabte for Christmas giving,   nl   Wark's.   Third   avenue
jewelers. 21
Before selecting a piano see the
Stanley nt Gray's Jewelry Slore.
Cannot be beat for tone, quality
and price. Pianos tuned and repaired, tf
The nie.-ling of lhe Ratepayers'
Vssoi'intioii announced for Friday
ev.'lllllg   llll-   been   postponed.     II
will be held in the Mrlnly-i Hal!
I nesdoy evening, December ?C.
.il H:.in. Members only a.*.* in-
\.Ifii. 21
Now.    ladies,    surprise    your
gentlemen friends.   Presort them
shaving   -��� i��.   knives,   walking
sticks.    Jabour. House of (Junl
ny. 21
Tin* shopping way is In read
I he Mussallem way of prices. Sec
our advt. If
NOT A CRIMINAL
Judge Young Advises Young Man
Kindly Thla Morning.
Tin* young man. W. J. Mcln-
Insli. who got inln trouble over a
worthless Ohequs cashed for him
al   the  Premier  Hotel wa-  today
released on suspended senlenos
by Judge Young, "I do not think
you nre a criminal," said (hc
Judge kindly, 'Iml I want l<> advise you Strongly l>. try rather
to keep sober and have a real
bank SOOOUnl lliaii to g,.( drunk
and have an imaginary one. I
think you signed Ihis cheque
while under Ihe influence of
liquor, and I want you to take
this ns n warning for Ihe future."'
Mcltiio-.il was released.. He looks
.. mini capable of good again.
Friends have arranged for the refund of lhe money represented by
llie cheque.
THE NEAl INSTITUTE
SO Broadway W., Vanoouver, B. O.        Phon* Bay view SM
Phon* ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
���COMPANY.
I* M    H.u-i-e unrl Rpnt&lg.
{ For Rent ;
���"*����.^" *^.'.�� I.-, ,i am m ..^., * ,.^r .��-_>. - aj*
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, clow tu McBride,
ire-hly papered and clean, only 110 per month.
H f, McRae 4 Co. t-f
4'  ��i'  ->'i->ii-��ii��ihi n%_n ��_n n i
( Insurance
OUR Companlea are noted for prompt and juit
���ettlementa. We write every known claei of
liuuranc*. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Co.
HERE-
1
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********* ********** ****** <a**M *****
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��� W***tat ************* i
4'%i.^i>*%��i
Wanted
aJ*******%
J
Wan ted-General Servant.
Apply Mra. U W. Patmore.
Other maid kept.
tf
Maternity nurae open for enniremenL Apply
Box 2169 Newa. tf
Wanted. ��� Dreeamakina. eleanina* and preee-
Ing, repairing for men and women Mra Charlea
Percher. 820Third Av*.   Phone294 Red.     tf
Wanted to rent or leaae liy lint of January, 5 or
6 room modern houae. cloae In. State terma to
Box 89.
Wanted���Young man. thoroughly acquainted In
Men'a Furnlahlnga line, to uke poaltion in
Prince Rupert from Jan. Itlth, 1912. Write Box
I.--'. Dally Newa Offle*. 293-29*!
WANTED���Youth wiili business college
training io loam a wholesale trade in
"Hire Apply, Willi particulars, to boi
13,  N.w- ..mn*. 289-993
WANTED���A Ilrm lo Sell UM new model
No. io siiiiiiii'r--iiii..i* typewriter, the
lliif-i iit.it inn.* ever |.i..,iii.-.-,i James P,
Morns Co., 1087 Urauville St., Vjn-
fniiver. Sll.30
MARllY���Why remain lonelyT The Ideal
Introduction Club leads lo happiness. A
slrlclly private, hltb-cliis, up-to-date
tm-.1111111 for properly Introducing worthy,
marriageable people of any nationality,
relirion. age, or nnanrlal condition.
Many people waning, rich and poor.
I'ariiftilais ft fi-. Plain, s.-ilfil envelope.
I. C. Wilson, box 1776, Vancouver, B. C.
For Sale
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mm ,a
FOB   sale���Furniture  for   5-room  bouse.
Boi Sil, cily. sss-sts
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Stenographer
ll �� II �� II ��ll �� II a II %ll^ ll ��ll �� li *�� iii,:ir
tvuUrn stttnoffraphtrof wW* #xp#ii��nc�� wants
petition. Addr-Mi "Strmwraphrr." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouvar. B.C t-f
�� ** **m***r*** ii��fcii*%M-��ii^ii-��i n *.*.,i tammti *m**i**a��ii ******* *
Business Chances
rl r�� ll '. ll^.l.-
���.��,el^ I, ^ rl  ,
DO.VT worry aboul rainy diya.    We do
family   wa-inng  at  ts   pieces   for  ooe
dollar,    Special rare riven nne nanncls.
I'l.i.i.e 118.    Pioneer Steam I annilr*..
189*300
Water Notice
I. Alfred Chriatlan Garde of Prlne* lluperl. occupation Mining Engineer, give notlc* that oo Lh*
->lh day ot December, lyll. I Inlend to apply to
.he Water Commlaaioner at hia ofllc* In Prince
Kupert for �� lirene* to uk* and ua* two cubic
feet of water per aeron.1 from an u n name,! atream
���n the Diatrict of Call Rang* :.. 8k**na Dlvlilon.
1-4 mil* *aat of the Tyee Stall..n. O.T.P. Ry.
The water ia to be uken from Um it���-am about
���ne half mil* above Ita outlet, and la to b* uaad
for developing power for a query altuatad at th*
nl'. of aald cr**k. alung th* Hallway arede.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 2��lh. 1*11. ,|.;-7
FORT : GEORGE
will ������ thi winnipu or a. c.
Ten railr...ie|. an- chartered I" build
ilir.eiigli Fori iliorgi*. The nglu ..f way
..f lhe 0. T. P. Hallway will be cleared neil
..ar. tl will b<- a rreil boon r��r Ihe
erowint nn when- 1,000 people arc al
i.-t-i.   llu ii inv
We -mi have Ion from 1100 up n Sio
down and SIO lh* month.
I.t.n'l misi your -.in..-, it never will
rismr again.
Let Us Talk to Vou About It
All Information Pro*
I.ol ll. B.  IS, I   I, wiih building*., rem
lino ni*.nut, ��...  i. ,���,.
IMS l and .*. B. ������   *, .-.. wlib buildings;
II,to... rem  ���".��� smith 11,500 rash;
easy iirms.
l <.<��� I and *, B. IT, I��. 11.000; naif rash,
lm* l and t, B. 31, ���> 7, llio- terms.
UM 19 and in. n. It, s. *. |T00; terms,
l.ul II. B. :���. S. I, 11,110; IIII.IO cub;
terms
Th. OOLLART
Sola Agant
Natural nosoarea* lecurity Oo. Ltd.
Boi  SOS SIS  Sth  St. Phon*  SSI
Servian Labor Benefit  Society
N*. ItS. S.S.S.S.
Meeting* held every lit and Inl Sunday of th*
month in th* Carpentere' Union Hall
O. Vt'K.ivit ll. T. MAZLUM.
BecrvUry      P.O. Boa Ml
I- ' * 'I        'I II     ,llllr,ii,ii.
If You Have Taste for
Jewelry You Have Taste
...for Everything Else....
Its a ��ure teal, for those who
know "whan what" in Jewelry have
In be prelly widely ruliured people.
They musl know nol merely the
proprieties- ihey musl know an-
in- i innir ti. -. and values antl
workmanship lhal I- distinctive.
Oul Oiaia���The largest and brsl
slork lo rhiiose from.
Umbrella*���Both gold ind silver
mounted.
Til   Plna��� .-..ilii   Oold   In  endless
variety ami design
Ladles'   Hand    Bat*���In    gold    ind
silver nioiinlfngs.
Crown Derby ind Moorcrnfi Chlni.
All  Helpful  Km** tuflMlllnl
Wafk's
. .. T HI KU A VBNtJI -J-CYVEUtlta...
��%��rvii%-i *
McCaffery & Gibbons
Good buys in Real Estate:
I.ol iiii Park AVOBUt, Block 80, ror IS.oiiO
Terms of |875 cash, balance In one, two
nml  llu'ee years.
I.ol IS, Blork it. Section I, for H.750.
I.ol on Beach Place for 11,080.
I.ol on Second Avenue, Seeilon I, for
12.5110. "
Lots 23 and 24, Bldck S3, Section I, for
13(1,000.
l.oli 15 and 10, Block i, Scclion 5, 11,200
each.    Easy lerms.
Lots 15 and 10, Block 0, Section 5, 12,100
pair.
Four   lots  on  Summit  Avenue  for  1625
each.
Lois   ii   and   12,   Block   3,   Section   ��.
12,170 pair.
Inls   ll and 12, Block IS, Section 0, for
*l.ion.     Terms   of   ll.soo   cash   and
balance   In   one,   two  and   three  years.
Lols x> and 10, Block -I, Seeilon 0, 13,200
pair,
lols 81 and 85, Block 7, Section C, 11,200
each,    tlood lermi.
I.his ii and 12, Block n, Seeilon 0, 10,500
on easy lerms.
I.ol  7,   Block  20,  Scclion  6,  ror |l,800.
Oood terms.
Lois 10 and II, Blork 0, Seeilon 7, |l,100
pair.
Loi*. 21 and 22, Block i:i. Section 7, 1315
each
Four lols on Firih Avenue, Seeilon 7, for
1500 each.   Good lerms.
House an.l lm In Block 2, Section  7. ror
11,750.    Easy terms.
Lots 8 and 9, Block 20, Section 8, 1750
pair.    Half cash,  balance   I,  2  und  3
years.
Double corner on Eleventh Avenue, 1800
pair.    Terms.
Lots in all pans of Sections 7 and 8 with
small rash payments and monihly m-i.iii
m.'iiis on balance.
Lakelae, Wlisumgallum and Bulkley Valley
farm lands.
55 o    Pipe* and
Smokers'
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD   AVENUE
ne.
Christmas Giving
There is more than one article here suitable for Christmas _-i.
ing that will compel your inspection and assure youi* BelecUon'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobacco jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
���STORE  WITH   RED   FRONT-
B. Campbell
ooooooooooooc
ONE DAY MORE
TO   BUY  FOR   CHRISTMAS
Don't fail to see our Spedali
for
HOLIDAY
GIFTS
C. H. ORME
The
The Pioneer Druggist
Store
Phiii* B
=o
Xmas Buyers
1
Two Remaining Days, Friday
and Saturday Special 10 Per
Cent. Discount Given for Cash
?f"*" * i- ��� ii �� ii <W ii \\ ii ��_n ��i_.i
*$********. l.-��ti-fcli ���B^tP-^4i*^^��-_-ir-i>-ii--fc_,e^fc-^
WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU REQUIRE
-���IN HOME FURNITURE-���
A Handsome Chair or Rocker, all Styles
Fancy Tables, Golden Oak, Mahogany or Early English
Music Cabinets, Mahogany Finish
Oak Foot Stools, Leather Upholstered
Bed Room Furniture, All Grades
Dining Room Furniture, All Grades
Children's Tables and Chairs
&
IN FACT WE HAVE ALL LINES COMPLETE AND OUR
LARGE STOCK FOR THE TWO REMAINING DAYS AT
OUR SPECIAL 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH
GEO. D. TITE
==~_rhe Home Fumisher==~
Third Ave. phone 20
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