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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Dee. 13
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The Daily
���^te^i.el^
DEC 18 I9||
'C T Q a J'tine^tuJJst Friday 8 a. m
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
IVOL. II,  NO. 285
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, December 13, 1911.
Price Five Cents
if
In
EOT! OF
Innl
JUDGE CLEMENTS AGAINST THE CITY ON
QUESTION OF LIQUIDATED DAMAGES
Before Argument Commenced in the Supreme Court Case of the Contractors, His
Lordship Expressed His Views on the Evidence That Had Been
Offered���Argument Is Still Going On
All llie evidonoe In the case of
Watson vs. City is now in, but
bofore bearing argument, Mr.
j ust ire Clements expressed his
views .ui the ens.' as far as tlio
evidence bus impressed him. He
warned Mr. Peters thut be would
have some ililllculty in substantiating (he city's claim for $750
against oontraotor In this ease,
lhe ililllculty being on  points of
law,
As for the claim fur liquidated
damages His Lordship expressed
himself as "decidedly against"
the cily. lie was not iu agreement wiili Mr. Peters either on
the question of whether the $25
per dny was liquidated damages
or nol, or further us lo whether
lhe cily bad any right lo Ibis
levy ul all.
On llie matter of alleged delay
owing I., retaining wall construction, however, Ibe Judge is
rather inclined lu believe (lint the
retaining walls helped rather
I linn hindered lhe cntrnclor.
Judge Clements declared yesterday ail.*i'ii.e.ni Hint he did not
believe (be cily was liable for
damages on account of the strike.
The matter of (he pinnk roadway
iu dispute, alleged shortage of
lumber, etc, wns sel aside as
trilling meantime, but on the
point ill regard lo the dumping
of 2,000 yards of rock nt Beaoh
plaee Ihe Judge estimated lhal
this might be cburgetl againsl the
city nl lhe rate of 25 cenls per
cubic   yard,  or  altogether  $500.
NO CHEAP LOTS LEFT
Sad Plight of "Undo Jerry's Staff
at the Present
TEMPORARY BUILDING
Wooden Shack Round the Vault
Proposed for Registry Dept.
\V. J. (i...-pel, Provincial gov-
ornmenl inspector of olllce. who
wns here iu connect inn with Ibe
lite which destroyed the Land
Registry olllce, bus gone below
after visiting Stewart. It is
understood Hint n temporary
wooden Slruoluro surrounding
lhe vault has been recommended
I., lide over Ibe depart ment until
a permanent building is put up.
Uncle Jerry's stall' Ibis morning were bemoaning lhe fact thai
the run on low priced properties
iu Ihe lasi week had cleaned Ihem
out of nil llie cheap lots on their
list.   Something must be done.
Toys, dolls, games���Wallace's
FIVE  ARE  RESOUED
Wero   Taken    Fpom    Tennessee
Ooal Mine Last Night.
Brioeville, Tenn., Hec. 12.���
Five miners, alive and well, were
jnken from the Cross Mountain
mine late Inst night. It is known
Hint Ibree others of the 207 nre
alive.
DOCTOR, HEAL THYSELF
Thirty   London   Medicos  are
Poisoned ut an Oyster
Supper
all
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dec. IH���Thirly medical students and doctors were
poisoned at an oyster supper
bore for medical men. All will
recover.
MAKE TORONTO
AN OCEAN PORT
THE MAYOR ADMITS ON OATH THAT
HE KNEW ALL ABOUT THE "RAINBOW"
Admits That While in Victoria He Received a Telegram From Acting Mayor Smith
Asking That the Crui er be Sent to Prince Rupert to Quell the Strike
���Two Mysteries of the Strike Are Cleared Up
Ocean Steamers Will Reach the
Port by Way or Lachlne Canal.
Will Deepen Harbor and Build
Looks.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Dec I'I.���Following
llie visit here of Hon. J. D. llnzen,
Minister "f Marine, public works
and Improvements will be made
lhal will make Ibis cily an ueeaii
pml. Vessels will come by way
of l.tiebine Canal up Lake Ontario to lhe port. The harbor
will be deepened and docks built,
Prince Rupert's
8avoy.
ending holel-
A COSTLY FALL
A Vancouver   Stenographer
$1300 from Railway Co.
Got
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Vancouver,    Dec.    13���Uaxell
Bagnoll, a stenographer, win. was
Injured in a lull from a street
car abs been awarded 11300 damages.
Pantorium
Phone 4.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
ANOTHER COMMISSION
This Time It is    to    Investigate
Railway Officials
(CaniulIan Press Despatch.)
.Ottawa, li.-.-. i.'i A Commission lias been named to Investigate tho complaints regarding
oonduol by certain ofllolals of the
Intercolonial Railway.
FEARS THAT INDIAN PEOPLE
WILL REBEL AT THE CHANGES
LORD LANSDOWNE AND VISCOUNT CURZON VIEW WITH
ALARM THE CHANGES ANNOUNCED BY KINO GEORGE
FOLLOWING THE DURBAR YESTERDAY.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dec. 13���Lord I.ims-
downe uml Viscount Curzon in
the House of Lords Insl nighl expressed their grave concern nl
Ibe changes prop..sel in India,
uml in this Ihey nre supported
by some Conservative papers.
According to the oOlcinl papers,
the new policy was cnrefully considered before being adopted, as
being essential lo (be growth of
local self-government In indin.
Lord Cum hi's opinion, coming
fruili un ex-viceroy of Indin, is
given more llinn ordinary weight.
SIDNEY CAPTAIN
GETS DAMAGES
Policeman Arrested Cspt. Johnson of Sidney, on a False Rumor that the Captain was Insane
���Must Pay $600.
(8|>eclal to Dally News.)
Vancouver.  Dec.     13���***    iW
has  awarded  WOO  damages   for
false nrresl in nu action brought
bv Captain Johnson, a wellknown
resident Of Sidney, tigninsl Constables M.��.re nn.l Kg". Cnpliun
Johnson was arrested ns insane
following on a feud in the district.   The   jury   held thai    lne
constables   believed   Johnson     W
be Insane at the lime.
PUBLIC GUARANTEE.
We nre authorised l.y the pub-
h rs to guarantee lhal every
person who, during the month of
December,   pays   a   yrnr's   sub-
goriptlon to lhe Family Herald
and w.-kiy su..- of Montreal, will
 he .. copy of their valuable
;;L,��� picture, entitled  Home
Again."   Tim Family Herald and
Weekly   Slur's   subscriptu>n   W-
oelpis In November were 00 per
.'���;!,. over November, 1010, al-
m,,.t entirely ..wing to the plo-
���.,, which is admitted by al
who have ieen It to toiU��   besl
,.���,i���m ever given wiih ��� **'"*-*��'
���    ,-,,������. who tall to s-cure
"'Sop,   will   have   Ibenis.-Ives   In
, i-iie Family Herald nmi
85&��-2mh.a beautiful
i , e an for one dollar a  uoh
, . value Ibnl 00 pOWOn can af-
23 to mm "��� T|"' "i,,,r",s
Jjven both W renewal and new
lubsorlbers.
Christmas Oards.
Largeal  iaeorlment In town.
,���.,!��� sending now.   Don'l fail
Kok Ihem over.  Keeiey want.
lO see yule
THEY DON'T WANT PEACE
New York Mob Starts a Riot at
Mention of the Word.
(Special lo Dally News.)
New York. Dec. 13.���A riotous
outbreak   Interrupted   a   lorg.'
mass meeting held ill Carnegie
Hull Inst nighl in support of
arbitration treaties which President Tnfl has proposed with Eng-
i.iml nml Franco.
CITY LOSES BOTH LAW-SUITS
In Scathing Terms Judge Clements  Condemns  the  City  for Its
Treatment of the Contractors���Says That in Honesty and
Justice Authorities Have Not a Leg to Stand on
"When iu Viotorla .lid you receive ii wire from Acting Mayor
Smith suggesting lhal tbe Rainbow should be seni to Rupert to
aid iu quelling ibe strike?"
The question wns addressed to
Mayor Hanson In oross-oxamina-
li.in by Mr. Williams yesterday
afternoon when he took Hie box
ns witness f..r ihe defense ill lb"'
ease of Walsmi vs. City.    Mayor
Hanson's reply to lhal question,
given under onlb, wus "Yes." He
said Hint he did receive the telegram asking Ihnl Ibe lliiinliuw
l.e requisitioned for lluperl.
Asked w lint he did about it, he
replied thai he lefi it to the authorities In see to. as tbey bad
iheir own means of attending lo
Ibe  l-eipicst.
Sii one of the mysteries long
kepi dark in oonneolion with the
strike has ul  Inst come to light.
The Mayor wns further asked;
���'Where were you nt lhe I uuo of
the rlol In Kelly's cut?"
To I liis quealion the Mayor replied. "I was in lhe mayor's oflice ill llu- lime"; lhe answer sel-
lliug iiiii.tiler mystery of Hie
missing mayor.
Throughout, fur the most purl,
the Mayor's evidence wns of a
negative order. He did not know
that ihe oonlraotora hu.i even
tried to work during Hie strike.
He would iml admit that lhe work
did not go on during Hi.- strike,
ll.- dented Hint lie hnd ever talked
with Contractor Frank Kelly suggesting Hial if Ihe t'oiitriictors
compromised Hie mullet' of wnges
Ihey would be lei off Iheir pen-
niiy olause, hut deolared ihut be
bud    received    letters   from    the
l*. ll. I. A. demanding ihut the
penal I) be enforced. Ilis sug-
geslioii thai Hie parlies should
resoi'i to arbitration was turned
down Hut by the 1*. It. I. A. As
police commissioner lhe  Mayor
suid Hint In- bad given orders
Hint nil possible should be done
without violence to maintain inw
and order, an.l this he believed
bad been done.
Choicest
Savoy,
liquors nnd cigars���
THE LORDS REJECT
Naval Prize Bill Passes the Commons and Strikes a Snag.
London, Dec. 13.���The House
of Lords lasi night, rejected the
Ntivnl Prise bill by a vole of 145
lo 53. The bill recently passed
Ibe House of Commons.
Mr.
LABOR LEADER ARRIVES
J. 0. Walters Will Arrange
for a Labor Oounoil.
Mr. J. c. Walters Of the Vic-
It.rin Trades nnd Labor Council
arrived on the Prince llupert this
morning.   ".- will confer wllh the
local labor lenders tomorrow
nighl with th** view of organizing n labor council in Prince lluperl.
Whioh Are You?
Some people have trouble with
(heir   feel;   Others   wear   Scott,
Proud & Co.'i shoes ami leave
trouble  nlono.
2t
May Move to Terraoe.
Dr. Traynor uf Kilselns  is  in
town   today   On   business.     The
dOOtor,   who   bus   un   exlensive
praolii p river, is contemplating removal i" the townsite of
Terraoe,
Wharf Looked Busy.
With ibe steamers PrlnogJohn,
princess Mary nnd the Venture
all busy loading nnd unloading
|,t tbe wharf last night, It looked
a pretty busy spot.
"I  propose  to  allow  the
olty, If so Inclined, to heap
the odium of taking to appeal on a dubious point of
law a oase In ..hlch In point
of   substantial   justice   and
common  honesty  they  have
not a leg to stand on."
Willi Ihese scathing words Mr.
JUSllOO    Clements    handed    down
In. decision lodny iu the ease of
WatsOD   vs.  Cily.     The  decision
goes  againsl   the   cily  on   every
poinl of Importance. A few minor
points, involving the disposal of
planks, mid the question of
whet her or nol retaining wnlls
hindered   il ntraotor   have
been decided in the city's favor,
but iu nil main issues Ibe plaintiff, Watson, wins, nnd His Lordship lias ruled lhal llie cily must
bear  two-thirds  of the  cosls  of
llie action .including all disbursements and Increased fens ui the
rale of .*?I0I1 per day for counsel.
Judge Clements also gave oul bis
decision againsl Hie cily iu the
ease of Kelly vs. Cily. II is practically u cleiin sweep.
Referring to the strike, His
Lordship found lhe contractor
entitled to nn allowance of lifty
days extra and said:    "It was an
outrage for ibe city to attempt
to oharge the strike period
againsl the oontraotor under Hie
penally clause." lie could not,
however, allow the contractor's
claim for damages against Ihe
cily for the strike trouble, bui
added: "This does not ill uny
way moil.'rule my view of Ibe in-
iipiily ot Ibe city's ntlcmpting lo
cliurge llie coiilrnclors for lite
lime lost during Hint strike,"
Ilis Lordship ruled dial the
eiiy bad "improperly retained" u
sum of $780 from ibe contractor
iii respect of material dumped on
low lying tuts which had not yet
been removed. He allowed lhe
oontraotor $500 for overhaul uml
$92.50 for rock filling behind retaining wall. Iml did mil lind lhal
retaining wall construction had
hindered the contractor. He took
special occasion to refer to the
purl played by ihe city Engineer
in Ibe mallei', slating lhal Ibe
oonducl t>r Col. Davis throughoul
was above roproach. Afler going at .'Hue length into lhe various points of the Watson claim,
Ilis Lordship con.'lud.'.I by giving in a word his decision in
favor of Oontraotor Kelly in lhe
olher i'll**'1 fur full amount of
claim wiih costs.
CHINESE CREW MUTINY ON
BRITISH SHIP STRATHAVON
OFFICERS HAVE TO DEFEND THEMSELVES FROM THE BRIDGE
WITH  REVOLVERS���CREW    IS   GIVEN   OVER  TO
POLICE   ON   ARRIVAL  AT  SYDNEY.
Canadian   Press  Despaldl.)
Victoria, Dec. 13���Word has
I n brought by the steamer Makura ihnl   lhe   steamer Strath*-
iivoii from Puget Sound to Sydney bns put into Ibe latter port
dying police signals. Her crew
nf twenty-one Chinamen were in
a slate of mutiny.    Tbey Innl at
tacked Ih.-ir ..Ulcers, who kept
lb.'tu nl buy with revolvers from
the bridge. Tbey will be taken
buck  here by the police.
S.S.
IS AFLOAT AGAIN
Empress of China Was Successfully Floated Today
Christmas  Season.
Al Keeley's u Inrge assortment
..f jusi Ihe proper gifts for "him"
or "her." tf
J_
IS NOW THE EMPEROR OF INDIA
Durbar of King George Was Celebrated at Delhi Yesterday Amid
Great Pomp and Magnificence���An Ancient Ceremony
DELHI TO BE THE FUTURE CAPITAL
Announcement of Change in the Seat of Government Arouses  Criticism  at Calcutta, But Gives Great Delight to the Native Princes and Officials���State
Banquet at Night Was Attended by Over Four Thousand Notables
(Canadian Press Despatoh,
Tokio,   Dee.   Cl    The   C.  I'.  It.
iner Empress of China which
went ashore mi July 27, lo miles
from Yokohama during a fog was
successfully     re-floalod     toda)
She  will   be   lowed   to  Yokohama
for ropairs.   Por a long lime II
was  feared  thai  the vessel could
not be saved.
Fine line of wQrk bnskets (Hied
wiib oandy.   if yon want a good
nue you lind belter have it laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Wnrd's Cnndy Store. tf
SHOULD OOME TO RUPERT
Robert Caldwell Has Only Voted
Onoe In Eighty Years.
MAYOR DODGED
THE ISSUE
Sidelight on the Strike Trouble
Brought Out in Evidenoe Regarding Penalty Claure Yesterday In Supreme Court.
Delhi, Dec. 13.���Thc wealth
and gorgeousiu'ss of India outvied itself iu lhc Durbar of King
George nnd Queen Mary, which
look pluce yesterday in the presence of all lhe native princes and
millions of Iheir retainers. Many
cosily presents were given to the
Emperor, who wore  the  famous
".Stiir of India" in his crown.
A slate banquet nml reoeplion
ooncludod ibe Durbar celebrations al night. More than 4,000
notables were gnesls of their
Majesties, who expressed Ihcni-
selves greatly delighted with  lhe
cordial reoeption tendered them.
Hie chief towns throughout In
dia are celebrating the event with
fireworks. Illuminations and fetes.
It is feared the removal of the
capital to Delhi from Cnleultii,
granted us a murk of the King's
pleasure, will be resented in Calcutta, bui llie unlive princes nn.l
Officials are grenlly pleased, as
Delhi is Ibe ancient etipilul.
Raid on Blind Pig.
Under direct ion of Chief Vickers the police last night made a
rnitl on n blind pig ut Seventh
avenue nnd Mcllride street. The
bouse  oonoerned  wns  un  Italian
boarding house.   Marie Boldeelus
is charged Wllh running Ibe blind
pig nn.l James Murlini witli us-
sisling.     .
Well Known Launoh.
The launch "Kleanor Mnc,"
which hns been lying Idle for
some weeks nl the whurf, has
been offered to ibe city. The
Public Works Department is considering the offer.
WINTER GALES
ON ISLANDS
Violent Weather Experienced on
Graham Island During the Past
Month���Buildings Blown Down
by the Storm.
Mussel,   Dee.   12. -The  stormy
weal her  of  Hie  pusl   month   bus
been  of unprecedented  severity
in  the iiii i  Charlotte  Islunds,
tlie  wind   recording  over  sixty
miles nn hour for ninny days.   A
tree fell mi the hospital lent nl
tin- Massett lownsile, demolishing pari nt lhe slriirlurr. but doing no further damage. An engine house owned by Henry
Bdenshaw, on the Massett Unserve, was blown down, wrecking
ihe plant, Old-timers among the
natives are ot the opinion lhat
tlie windstorm on November 271 li
wus lhe worst ever experienced
on the island.
(Canadian  Prens Despatch.)
si. Thomas, Dec. 13, Robert
Caldwell, who Is over HO years
of age, voted for lhe llrsl lime
in his life al lhe eloollons mi
Mondny.
Halibut Haul.
The M'liiiouer Prlnooss Viotorla
wiih 8,000 pounds of halibut  has
arrived  ul   ihe  Di".'. is  wluirf.
Fresh oul (lowers Wednesday.
Wark's, tf
Free   dull   at   Wnrd's   Cnndy
Simp.    Wntcb tbe window,    tf
QUEEN CITY IS FLOATED
Vessel  That  Replaoed  the  Tees
Also  Meets Aooldent.
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
VlOloria,  Dee.   13,     The  sl.'ni.i-
or (.iieen Cily wiis floated safely
lasi night and is being Inkell In
Purl  Alberni.    The evlenl  of the
damages is unknown mi tomorrow,  The Queen City, whioh was
releiving lhe sli'tuner Tees, went
ashoro i.i Dunsmuir Poinl,
The vessel wns held by Hie boW.
*   bud   o   full   compliment   nf
She
......       ..        ..ll.       .    [i l l l l l i   l l l        ui
passengers for Wesl Const points
on board.
An effort wns made by oounsel
for    the prosecution    to    secure
irom Contractors Morgan ami
Kelly, in the witness box, confirmation Of (be Statement mude
ibnl  li.c mayor hud suggested In
dm i.i in an Interview thai if ihey
would compromise on wnges with
ihe strikers lhe oily would forego itn- penally olause.   The exnet
Holds used by the mayor could
nol be sworn to by Mr. Morgan,
who deelnred,  however,  Hint   the
mayor had said it would be to the
coiilrnclors' advniilnge lo raise
lhe wnges, nn.l Ihnl Ihe possible
rebalemenl of the penalty wus
mentioned, "It is hnr.l to give
evidence on Ihis mailer," snid
witness, "because Mr. Manson
wns very guarded in his stnte-
nieiils and tried to dodge (ho Is-
SUC lis  miieb ns possible."
"Thai is quite n political
speech ymi hate got nfT Mr Morgan," coninienleil the cily solicitor ironically.
Gentlemen,
Time you gol "tlml Chrsitnias
ipirill" The women folks am
wondering what you nre going to
give I liein uml you nre in u quan-
dry, iml knowing what to gelcol.
Iiriug your trouble to us. We've
hundreds "f Ihings that make
suitable gifts fm- Indies, so can
easily solve the problem for you.
Waltaees. if
Mrs.   l-'riz/ell,   who   haa   been
under llie cure of Dr. Kergin for
oi p.   lime   pusl,   is  now   aboul
again   ami   will   be   back   at   her
business in a couple of days.
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Wednesday. Dec 13
HOW TO PUT SECOND AVENUE IN SHAPE.
Second avenue is the widesl street in the downtown district.    II has also the easiest  grade.    Theoretically it should
be Prince Rupert's besl street. Unfortunately, for over a year
it has been pul out of business. There is luck in odd ntiin-
bers, and some of the aldermen have steadfastly done ull they
could to divert traffic from Second avenue to Third. Even u
proposal tu build a stairway from .Second avenue to Ruperl
road was objected to. Although many thousands of dollars
have been spenl l.y the property holders of Second avenue to
improve their .street, it is nol yet IH for traffic. This is a re-
proach that the Council should try and wipe out before the
etui of the year.
The present is an excellent time lo put Ihe road in order, while so much cily equipment is already on the spot lo
as.isl in the moving nf an old building owned by Ihe Chairman ..I' Ibe Hoard of Public Works.   Instructions have already
been issued to (he Cily Engineer to have Ihe boulders broken
up by (he city staff, and the road placed in order to enable lhe
building lo be moved along.    An if requires is for the Council
and Ibe citizens lo join in a united movement lo get the building moved and  incidentally lhe road will be placed in order.
Having now got the building shored  up on  timber belonging lo the oily,  ready for being hauled along a wooden
road bed made o( olty lumber, by a wire hawser belonging lo
llic city, why should not lhe steam roller belonging to the city
and the rock crusher belonging I,i lhe city be brought into use.
This would nol only help lo get the boulders broken economically, and supply power lo haul  the  building along,   but   il
would also gratify the property owners of Second avenue, who
al present are under a wrong conception as lo the reason why
the rock crusher and the steam roller are not allowed to visit
there.
Having marshaled all the Cily Hall forces on the spot, it
would be a simple matter lo direct the moving of the building.
Willi all hands below at the ropes und lhe Civic Commodore
pacing the poop, sending down wireless signals to (he cavalcade beneath, it would be possible to quickly remove the present obstruction from Second avenue ami place Ihe mad bed
in condition before (he snow comes.
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RAOIOTCLEORAPH SERVICE.
Sealed lender*, tiililressi-i! In Hit- under-
siRiit'ti,   endorsed  "Tender  for  Dwelling
llniisi*" .iiiei iii'>'iiiii|iiiiiii<il liv ii I'i'i'iiiii'ii
cheque for 11. p.o, ur tin- minium ur tin-
lender wnt be received up io noon on
. tui-iiiiii'i' aist. iiiii, tor tin. sreeUoo or
dwelling bouses ai the Qovernmeni wire-
less siatinns nt Prinoe Rupert, Cape Lato
antt I'ultil ilrey.
Plant unit .ji.'i'iiii'riiinii. in,t. lie seen at
l.e   I'nlli.wilti:   pliui'S:
The liiiveiiiiiii'iil WtMlSSS Stations al
I'iiIiiI i'u'i'.v,  Cape  I :i/n ami  Unrliv i-i.in.i.
Prlnea Rupert, The Poitofncei si van-
t'litiMT, v iii. hum ami I ��� ii in*.- itupiri.
..it- '.litre of Un* l.lsiiii'i siiptrluliiiili'iil,
t.i.vei'iiiiieiil Wireless Seiviie, Victoria, anil
,'i'l'ii iiniiit ul llie .N'ltial Service, hii.im.i.
i ii.iuiii.eii/. ei piiiiliiaiiiui ur tins notice
win nut receive payment.
tl. J. DB8BARAT8,
Deputy Minister ur tin- Naval Bervjco,
I'.-l'.it im. in ul Un-  Vo.il Set'.lee,
Ottawa, November -_'��� ��� 111. ti>n.       31
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeeni laml District���Olstrlcl ��r Casslsr.
Take notice  lllill 1, .i.iiih -  Z.  Zullei lull,
ur Vancouver, n. .:.. .KTnpaiiun engineer-
iiik student, inteii.t <������ apply for permlulon
tu puri'liasi* tin* i'll..win. ili'si-ril.i'il land.:
Commencing ai a pust planted II cbalm
essl ur Nsss Rlvsr ami in . ham- touth ur
pre-empUon .\n. ;ni7 (SBE), ihence m
in ilialns ...ititli. Hi.lire S-. tli.iins -in
.11.1111- in.nil. tbence *.* i chains west, ibence
li. chains south, r.illuuin-r tin* Naas River
easl; Ihence .*���*.' chains easl it. puinl <>r
iiilliliiillri'llii'lil; cuntallilllR It'.U acres, more
ur les.
J. Z. Zl'I.I.KIITo.V
It. II. Slewarl. Anvul.
Piled ITIiici' lluperl. Dec. II, I'll
I'uh. Dec.  It,
skeena Laud lu-.iri.-i District or l.'oasl.
le en.- 5.
Take nuiice thai I, uninin ll. Barber,
ul Prince lluperl, 11. <:,. ucciipatmii miller,
intend i.i apply for permission lo purchase
the ruitnuiiiK described lamis:
i'1.1111111*11. mi.* at a posl planled al lhe
SOUthweai curlier >.r a -nun island abuul
tuciit*. tit.* (SI chains nuiih and iwu li)
chains east nr ilu* nm niw. -i i ui ner ul i.��l
I .<*.'... nature .'.. . oa��l lilslrlcl, I'i.till. l
Island, Ihence r.dluwiuir the ibore line 111
a nut Ihea-lerlj direction abuul twenty
*,'" chains ii. the in.iHi .nd ur ilu- i-i.iu.i.
llience III a shiiiIiui .terly direeliun .it in:
lhe  -Meet,-  lute almul  iweiily   r.'ii)   chain*
tu ihe i i ur commencement. Ix-tnir an
Island i-'iiiI.*iii.iiik abuul mh ilui acres,
mon- or It-**.
Mill MUM    II.   h.UIULII.
haled Pec. i Hi.  ISII.
I'llb.   Dei*     IS.
Skeena   Land   District���DlSlrtOI  ul  Cuiil,
llelllk*. |. .
Tike ii..ir..- thai I, Dagnberl Aurlol. or
Naiiaiinti, II. C��� t.ri-iipalluii miner. Intend
l�� apply  mr permisstuti  tu |.urcha*n   lite
r.elli.Wlllk'     lie  --  111. el     llll 1-
Ci-iiiiiifiii-in-r al a p..��i plam.-d :.i the
-..nui. .1-1 curner ��r i ni ..... ihence touth
lu chains, Ihence west .������ chillis, thence
nurlh It. chain*, ihence . j-i 40 ehalni lo
I"-in I of ���������liiuiini.iii.nl, ei iii I it uu. k 100
acre*, more or less.
D M.i '111 ll 1    M l.l"l .
Fred K. Cowell, Arenl.
Dale Nov.   I nth.   Itll.
I'ub. ber. 9.
Skeena   Land   District���Dlatrlcl or  Colli,
llange 5.
Take milter lhal I, Theodore Mrhalls.
ill tier, ur Vicloru. II. .:., can., Inlend t��
apply l��r pcrniissiun iu purchase Ibe fol-
|.���wmi.* described land*:
��� ..mill, in in. ii a post plan lul ai the
-r.uiiiw. -i curm-r <>r Lot No. .'-"*". ilu-mc
eaat 80 i hint-. limine -.���uiii 40 chains,
tin in e weal iu chain*, llience aoulh 40
Cbains, Ihence ��. -t IU ehains, Ihrnre norlh
��.. chain* in pmiii nl riiniiiieiicrm.'iii, con-
lainlng i-" acres, mure or le**.
TIIKoDolii:  NU IHI is,
Fred I    Cowell, Agrul.
Dated Orl. 31, llll.
l-ub. Der. 9.
IfeMM   Lind   District���Dialrlcl   or   Coul,
Take iir.tne thai I, Paul Curllfi. clerk
of Vleturii, intend lu apply fur penni*iiun
lo purchase lhe r.illuwing deicrllied laud*:
��� ������iiiiinii. iiik il a i*.'-i planted ..n the
MSI |..���iiti.i.it and ibout live (8) chain*
('- in the "iiiillieist corner ol Lol 4484.
in.me north do chun*, ihenco eut 30
chains, ihence inulh so chain*, Ihence WeM
30 chain* lu point ol cumiiiciicemeul, containing isu acre*, mun. or leu.
PAUL CL'RTISS.
Kred Id.  > ..��. ll.  Agenl.
Haled ocl. 31, 1011.
I uh. Dec. 9.
skeena
.and  District��� District of  Coul,
Unite 6.
FOR   HIOII CLASS PRINTINI1 OF ALL KINDS SEE THE  "NEWS JOB'
Dally News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
aee*-mx*ms-9mxm^*m^immaaam-m*t-ett*
Takt- tirrii,.- ihu i. Mlcha* Hi-ranis, cook,
nf Vleturii, II. C., Inlend tu ipply fur per*
ini--ir.il lu i-im. im-.- ihe f. iie.wiiiK de-
srrilie.l laud*:
c.-mmeiicins ai a p��*i planted mi ihe
ninth -nli of Uiin.,11,- Creek, where Ihe
kiiiiii.n liraiieh i.r ihe u. T. P. Ily. crosses
William. Creek, anil Ihoul ten it" ehalm
rinm the uiek Allure, ihence aoulh 30
chain*, Hi. in ������ eul 40 chains ihence norlb
i" chilli*. Ihence we*l 40 chlln* lo |-<uil
ur e.,nun. in . in. ni, i .rm iimiiik lie acre*,
more or lei*.
MICIIAS  IIE'iANIS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Paled orl. 31, lull
I'ub. Dec. 9.
skeena Land District   District i.r cout,
lllllle' t.
Take ntillre that I, -mini. I li, in,....
isrdener, uf Viriuria, Intend in apply n.r
|iermls*ltin  lu purcBUS   the   r..tl*.�� ink   tie-
-iniieii land*.*
Cninniiiirlng at a pusl pl.ini.ii on lhe
iinrlh *ltle ur Williams Creek, about len
chains hack turn IDS creek bank, aud
almul liny chains si.iillicaal from where
Iho Milmat brinrh or Ihe 0. T. P. nkIii-
nrway erossei wtlliimi Creek, ilu-tiee
smith 40 chains, ihence ea*l 40 rhaina,
Ihence north 40 chain*, Ihenco weal 4u
chain* lo puint or cummencemenl, conlalnlng llu acre*, more or lesa.
SAMUKL HI 11 II I -
Fred E. Cowell, Agi'M.
I'll' ���I Oct. 31,   101 I.
I'uh. Doc. 9.
Skeena   Land   Dlslrlcl- lilslrlcl  of   Coast,
llange 6.
Take nnllce um I, i.ouli calcrls. driver,
of Victoria. II. C, Intend to apply fur permission lo purchase lhc following tie-
-Miiii-d lands:
Commem-ing il a posl plinted al the
���ouiliea*! corner or Lot I7��l>, Ihence louth
80 chillis, Ihence west 40 chillis, Ih.nee
nurlh so i hums, Ihence cast 40 chlln* lo
poinl of ��� rriiiinr in ��� in. ni. itinlilning i 10
acrea, mure ur leu.
LOUIS i M I lil*-
Frcd K. Cowell, Agent.
Paled Oct. 31,  ISII.
Puh. Dec. 9.
Skeeni   Land   District���Dialrlcl  of   Coasl,
llange t>.
Take nolice lhal I, John Arglrarlli, car-
iienler, of Victoria, ll. c. Intend lo tpply
for permission to purchase Ihe follow ink
dcserll.eil  lands:
Commencing al I post planled aliout ono
antl uno-half miles imrihrasi rrom the
lilt-in.' nf Trtiut Illver, on the west side
Of lakelse Lake, and aliout lite (8) chains
lioek frnin the walerfronl, Ihence aoulh
80 rhalns, Ihetire wesl 80 chains, llu mc
nnrih su chains, thenre eul 80 chiins lo
P'.Uit ��r roiniiieneemrnl, conlalnlng 010
acres, more or leu.
JOHN  AROinACLIS.
��� ,   , , Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Paled Oct   31,   ion
I'uh.  Dec.  xi
ISLAND  NEWS  ITEMS
Jottings From Growing Centres
on the Queen Charlottes.
The pre-einplors of Massett
Inlet hold u meeting recently and
discussed several matters of im-
poi'limec which will I"' l��id **c**
I'oit the Qovernmeni.
A billiard room is the latest.
addition In the buildings mi lhe
townsite of tlio Natural Resources
Company.    A plai f recreation
has been greatly needed In Mussel I.
Mrs. Henry Moody's death at
Skidegate was much regretted by
all who knew the esteemed wife
of the Interpreter and hardy
prospi'i'iiir of the Skidegate village, A large number of friends
attended the funeral, which took
plaoo at the oomelery on the
Skidogate Reserve.
A light fall of snow occurred
on Hi.' island on November 9th,
but il passed oil' in ** short lime.
The cold wave whioh caused so
much discomfort on the South
Coast wns scarcely felt on the
island.
board of Works Chairman.
Alderman Hlldltoh was an interested listener during tho
cross-examination of lhe Cily
Kngincer by Mr. W. E. Williams
Ihis morning.
Steamship Notes.
The  U.  T.  1>.  steamer Princo
Albert  arrived overnight   lowing
the North Hend with coal cargo.
COAL NOTICE
Skerna Land Diatrlet��� District ol Queen Charlotta
Tako notice tbat thirty day's from data, 1, C. C.
Uainter ol I'rince llupert, fl. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands lor a Uconce to prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and under o40 acrea oi
land on -iraham Island described as tollosra:
Commencing al a post planted one mile north
ol C. E. li. Coal Laaaa No. 10. marked C. E. B.
Coal Lease No. lb, thenco north 80 chains, tbence
weal 80 cbaina, tnence soulb 80 chaina, thonce
eaat 80 chains to place ol commencement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1811. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
lul.. Sept. fl.
Skeena Land Dislrict���District ol Queen Charlott
Take notioe that thirty days Irom date, 1, C. li,
Uainter ol I'rlnce Huport, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to lha Chiel CommUaioner ol Landa lor a licence to proapect lor
cual and pelroleum on and undor 640 acrea of
land on liraham Island deacribed aa lollows:
Commencing al a poat planled two iiuli-s north
of C. E. 11. Coal Leaaa No. 10, markad N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 16, thence aoutb
80 chains, tbence weat M) chaina, "*ence nortb
80 ehalna, Ibence eaat 80 .-bains to place ol commencment.
Dated Sept. 11, lull.    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sepl. 11.
Saecria Land District���District ol quean Charlott
Taka notice lhat thirty days Irom data, I, C. E
Hainter of I'rince Ku|iert, II. C, by occupaUon
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to tha Chiel Commissioner of Landa lor a licence to proapect ior
ne.ii and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Urahaia laland described aa foUowa:
Conimrnring at a port planled at tbo southwest
t orner ol Coal Leaa* No. 4468 marked C. K B.
Coal Lease No. .'**. thence north 80 chaina, tbence
meal 80 chaina, l hones south 80 chains, tbence
east m' chains lo poinl ol *>ommencemenl cot-erring
all loreshore Tlahn Point.
Daled Sept. 11, 11)11. C.  E.  BAINTEH
I'ub. Oct 7.
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Taka notioe lhal thirty days (rom data, I, A. T
Broderick ol Prinoe Hupert, U. C. by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to tba Chiel Commiasioner nl Lands lor a licence lo prospoct lor
coal and pelroleum on and undar 640 acras ol
land on Graham laland doscribod as foUowa:
Commondng at a post planted two milos north
ol C. E. It. Coal Irmm No. 17, markad S. W.
corner A. T. It. Coal Lease No. 26, tbenea nortb
80 cbaina, Ihence easl 80 chains, Ibence aoutb 80
chaina, thonoe west 80 ehalna to place of commencement.
A. T. BHODERICK, I/xator
lisl.il Sept. 12, 191). C. E. Balnter, Agenl
Pub. Sopu ...
Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Quean Charlotu
Taka notice lhat thirty days Irom data, I, A. T.
llroderick ol I'rince Huport, D. C, by occupation
hank manager, Inlend lo apply to the Chief Com-
mls-sioner ot Lands lor a licence to proapoct ior
coal and petroleum on and under 640 caraa of
land on Uraham Island deecribed as lollows:
Commencing at a |-ost plnaled two miloa north
ol i. K. II. Coal Laaaa Na. 20, marked S. E.
corner A. T. B. Coal Leaaa No. 26, thenos nortb
80 chains, ihence wrat no chains, thenca aouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chsins lo plaM ol com-
monoamenl.
____, A. T. BHODKIUCK, Locator
Daiod Sept. 12, llll. C. E. Balnier, Agenl
Pub. Sept. 28.
Tlie Besl
Procurable
Absolutely pim
Land Dislrict���District ol Queen Charlotu
Taka notira that Hurt) days from dale, I, C. E.
Ilalnur of Pnnco Itupert, fl. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend lo spply to tha Cbial Commissioner uf I-.I.-I. lor a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea ol
land oo Uraham Island doacribod as lollows:
Commonclng at a pust planud Ove miles east
ol Coal Lease No. 4478, marked C. K. B. S. W.
corner ol Coal I-aaar No. 3, thenoa oaat 8u chains,
Ihence north 80 chaina, thaneo wast bu chslna,
thsnee soulh 80 chains l���� placo of oomint-tidmsnt.
Dated Sept. 11, llll. (J. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub Sept. 23.
Skeana Laad District-District ol Quaan Charlotu
Take notira thai thirty days from dau, I, C. E.
Ilainler of I'rinco Hupart, fl. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, InUnd lo apply to tbo Chief Commiasioner of Lands lor a licence to uroapoct for
coal end petroleum on and undar 640 acres ol
land on Uraham Island d-errlbod aa lollows:
Commencing at a poet planted Ave miles east
ol Coal Leaae No, 4476, markod C. E. II. 8. E
corner Coal Uaae No. 4, tbence weat 80 chslns.
Ihence north 80 chsins, Uienoe aast 80 chslns,
thence aoulh 80 chains to place ol commencement.
I>ami Sept. 11,1011 C. E. UAINTEH. Local..
i'ub. Sopt. 23
Skeena Und District���District of Quaan Charlott
Take notice that thirty days Irom dau, I, A. T
llroderick ol Prinoe llupert, II. 0L by occupallon
bank manager, inund lo apply lo lha Chlof Commissioner of Unds lot a lioenco lo proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham Island daerribed as lullows.
Commencing at a poat planud two mllea north
ol C. E. D. Coal Leaaa No. 21, markod 8. E
corner ol A. T. U. Coal Laaaa No. 27, thence
wee*, 80 chains, thenn north 80 chaina, thenoa
east 80 chaina, thenos south 80 chains to place
ol commencement.
_.     __ A. T. IillODL'RICK, Locator
Haled Sept. 12, loll. C. E. Bainur, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict ol Quean CbarlotU
Taka nolice lhal thirty daya from daU, I, C. B.
Ilainler of Prince Huport, 11. C, by oceupatlon
I lokkeeper, inund to apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Unda for a lleenee to tiroopeot for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Istsnd described ss lollows:
Commanclng at a nost planud Ave mllea a	
of Coal Uaae No. 4471, marked C. B. BalnUr'a
N. E. eorner Coal Uaae No. 9, lhance eouth 80
chatna, thonce wast 80 chaina, thenos north 80
ehaina, thonce oaat 80 chaina to place of eommencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
I'ul.  Sept. Si.
Skeena Und Dislrict - Dlslriet ol Quoen CbarlotU
Taka nolice thst thirty days from data, I. C. E.
Ilsiidrr ol I'rinca Huport, II C, by occupation
hookkeeper, Intend lo apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Unda lor a licence in prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cares of
land on (Iraham Island dsecrlhad aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
ot C. E. II. i ...I Leaae No 17, markad N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 28 thanea soulh
80 chains, thsnee weet 80 ehains, thanca north
80 chsins, thence east 80 chaina to plaoa of commencement.
Dated Sept. 12. 1311.     C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 21.
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COAL NOTICE
Skoona Land District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Tako notico that thirty days Irom date, I, G. E
Bainter ol I'rinco Huport, U. Q., by occupation
bookkoopor, intnd to apply to tho Chiol Com-
miM-iiniiei* ol Landa Ior a liconco to prospoct Ior
coal aud potroleum on and under 840 acres ot
land on Graham Island described as lollows:
Commoncing at a post plantod ono milo north
ol C. E. II- Coal Lease No. II, markod N. W.
cornor C. E. B. No. 10, thonco south 80 chains,
thunce woat 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thonco oaat 81) chains to placo ot commoncumunt.
Dtttod Sopt. 11, 11)11. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sopt. 28.
Skoona Land District���District of Queen Charlotto
Take notico that thirty tlnyi. (ronm date, I, C. E.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
ketittor
ol Lai
Skoona Land District���Diatrict ol Coast Range 5
Tako notico tbat Lclloy F. Grant ol Prince
Hupert, B. C, occupation civil engines!, inu.idn
I" apply Ior permiaalon to purchaae the lollowlng
di-scribod landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about 3 1-2 mites
In a northerly direction Irom the northeast corner
lust ol Lot 13*111, Uanga 6, Coast District, thonco
oast llll chains, thonce north 60 chains, thaneo
wost to bank o[ rivor, thence south folio* ing
bank ol river to point ol commoncomont: containing 1BU acres, mure or less.
Dated Sept. 9. Itll, LEROV   F.   GRANT
Pub. Oct. lu, Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agent
Uaintor ol Prlnco Runert, B. C, occupation book. Skoena Land District���DUtrict ol Coaat Ranga 8
ply to the Chlet Commisslonor ****** notice that Lottie McTaviah ol Vancouver,
mca to prospect Ior coal and occupation married woman, intenda to apply
undor 640 acres ot land on ! ',*" permission to purchaae the lollowing described
iribod as lollows: [ lands:
e post plantod two miles north      Commencing at a poat planted at tha north-
ot O. E. B. Coal Loaao No 8, markod N. E. corner I *''-" corner lou chaina oaat and 20 chaina north
ot C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 11, thonoe south 80 | *ruln N* ''-��� corner ot Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
chains, thence weat 80 chaina, thenco north 8U Least District Ranga 8, thence 20 chains aoulb,
chains, thunce oast 8U chains to placo ol com-1 theoce 80 cbains eaat, thance 80 ehaina nortb,
mencemont. thence 41) chaina wast, thence 60 chaina aouth,
Datod Sepl. 11,1811. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator ! ihonco 4u chaina woat to post ol commencement
Pub. SepL 23. , dontaining 4U0 acrea more or less.
| DatedSept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Skeona Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte ' ' ***'��� *s,'i'i- -3 Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Take nolice that thirty dava Irom date, I, C. E. |
Hainter ol I'rinco Rupert, ll. C., by occupation i Skoona Lund Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Coaat Ranga 6
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chiel Com- i     Take nolico that Miss Mary Muiville of Clare,
missioner ol Land Ior a llconce to prospect Ior] Irolond,   occupation   spinster,   intonda   to   apply
.....I     lerrrl     ni't rrrlerllll     nil     rlrrrl     eeee.l.tS    lllll     ,.....���    ���I       fn.   ���_���.1 . ?' *.��� T ..'       .    .. .        re"*.
coal and pelroleum on and undor 640 acros ot
lor permission to purchase tho lollowing deerlbed
lands;
Commencing at a post planted one chaina north
.-    , , v     ...    i .'.     .   . r* ���    ...""- sou'heaat corner ol Lot 632, thenca north
Cool lyesse No. 12, thence south 80 chaina, thonco i 40 chains, ihence east 20 chains, thenco south 40
eaat 80 chains,  thenoa north 80 chalnn,  thonco   chains, thenco weat 20 chains to point ol com-
liinil on Graham island described aa lollowai
Commoncing at a post plantod two milos north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 7, markod C. E. B.
weet 80 chaina to place ot commencement.
Doted Sopt. 11, 1911
I'ub. Sept. 23,
Datod Sept. 11, I'Jll.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land District���District ot Quoon Charlotto   u.lln , l .., t i.._.. m    ...    ,   .,
Tako notico lhat thirty dava (rom dato, 1, C. E. i       * **QQ'* ******* District-District ol Coaat Rang
Balnter ol IVinoa i Rupert,, il. C, by occupstion
niencomont; containing eighty acros, mora or lass
Dated (Jet. 11, 1911. MISS MARK MULV1LLE
fub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agont
S
I'ake notica tbat II. M. Cllll of Dundalk, Ire-
* land, occupation gentleman, intenda to apply
, lor permission to leaae the lollowlng described
| lands:
Commonclng at a poat planted on the ahore
ol Nocluctaconnay Itiver about 10 chaina weat
ol Indian Reserve Line .thence west 60 cbains
lollowing tbo channel ol Neclectsconnay River,
thenco soulh 8U chaina mure or leas to channel
ol Bella Coola Rivar, thenca lollowlng channel
ol Hella. Coola River eaaterly 60 chains, north
60 chaina muro or loaa to point ol commencement;
bookkoeper, intund to apply to tho Chiel Com
missioner ot Lands lor a llconce lo prospect ior
coal and petroloum on and under 610 acres of
land on Graham Island described us lollows:
Commencing at a post planled two miloa north
ot C. E. H. Coal Leaaa No. 7, markod S. W. corner
C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 13, thonce north 80
chains, thenco eaat 80 chains, Ihonco soulh 80
chains, thence weat 80 cbains to place ol commencement.
DaUHlSept.il, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
I'ub. SepL 23.
Skaana Land Diatrict���Diatrict o( Quaan Charlotu
Islands
I  Taka notica that Aualin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert,   B.   C.   occupallon  aaddler,   inlenda  to
apply to lha x hie! Commissioner ol Lands and.          -....
Worka Ior a licence to prospect Ior coal, oil and * l'nnce Hupert, li. C., occupaUon waiter, intends
pelroleum on and undar lho [ollowing described | to apply [or permission to purchsse tho lollowing
Isnds on tha West Coaat of Graham laland: I described landa:
Commencing at a posl planled throo milea oast, Commencing at a post-planted 65 cbaina soulh
ol tho northeast cornar of C. I- No. 4478 thenoa i Irom the southeast cornvr ol Lot 3060. Post
80 chaina aoulh, thenca 8U chains east, thance 80 I marked B. IL H s. E. Corner, thance 70 chains
chsins north, thonce 80 chaina wost to point ol i west, ihenco 66 chaina north, thenca 70 chains
coinmcncamsnu    _ oaat, tbence 66 chaina aoulh to point ol   com-
contaiulng 460 acrua, mole or 1<
1U11.
Datod Augual 28,
I'ub. Sept. 80.
II.  M. CUFF
William McNair, Agant
Skoena Land Disuict���District ot Coaat Ranga 6
Take  notice  that  Benjamin  Russal   Rice   ol
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
Dale ol Location 3 let July, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeana Land Dislrict���Dlalrlct ol Quean Charlotte
Islsmls
Taka notica lhat Auatin M. Urown ol Prince
1'uprrt, occupation aaddler. Intenda to apply lo
tba Chiel Commlaaionar ol  Landa  and   Works
niencetnent, containing 465 acroa more or leas.
BENJAMIN   HUSSEL  RICE
Dsled October 21, 1911.
Pub. Not. 1.
Skeena Land District���District ol Caaslar
_      Taka nolice that Angus Jamas   Mchcniio ol
tor a licence lo proepect lor coal and oil and palro- : Vancouvor, U. C, occupauon hookkeeper, Inu-dnns
leum on and under tha tolloisitig d-tacrtbed lands , '" "l'l'*>' ���*" Permission to purchase the lollowing
on tha Wast Coaat ol Graham laland: described buds:
Commencing at a post plsnled three milos eaat . Comma-Mint at a poat plantad at lha con-
ol the aouthwest corner of C. L. No. 4477 thence lucnce ol Ulackwater river with Naas rivor, about
mi chaina out, ihence 80 chsina north, Utence 8U i '������"*��� south (rom lho .ml. Dominion lolcgrsph
chaina wasl, lhanc* 80 chaina eouth to point ol! c*b-n-    *** marked A.   J. M. N.  W. Corner,
LONaY DEATH
NEAR MASSETT
Settler Named Burke Laid Down
His Burden Near Nadu River
and Died In Solitude While on
Way Home.
Massett, Dee. 12.���Tha body of
n setllur named Burke, who arrived at Massotl about a year
ago, wa.s found on November 3i)th
..ii a trail nenr lhe Nadu Hiver.
The deooasod formerly lived at a
small stream nenr .Massett and
was removing his effects to a
new pre-emption when ho suc-
oumbed, When and how ho died
will remain a mystery. He bad
removed a load of household effects from his hack and lain down
beneath a tree.
ll.. was formerly a soldier in
lhe British army and was a pensioner, having received a sunstroke while on duty. When he
llrsl arrived on (iraham Island
he made his home in a burnt
tree.
An inquest was not considered
necessary and tlie remains were
Interred on the shores of the inlet, where he intended lo make
his home.
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Problem     ||
Solved       I
Don't worry about nliul
to five tl the Christmas
season ��� our catalogue lioj
made Itlisfactory *;ilt chousing a pleasant tusk.
Hundred! of cspeciully
���uitable gilt articles are to
be lound in it, of Diamonds,
Jewelry, Silverware, China,
Cut Gltu, Leather Goods
tnd Novelties.
Aoopy ol il will be mailed
irte upon request.
WEATHERED THE STORM
E. Tingley Braved Qale In Parry
Passage In Gasoline Launch.
commencement
AUSTIN M. BHOWN. Locator
Dalo of Location, 'Hal Jul) 1911.
Hub. Aut. 17.
Sk.
Land District��� District ol Queen Charlotu
Islsmls
Taka notica lhat AusUn M. Drown ol I'rinos
Itupert. occupation aaddler, intends lo apply
lho Chiol Commlaaionar ol 1-andi and Worka lor a !    Taka nolloo that Herbert Mclennan ol  Van-
thence 80 chaina aouth, Ihenoe 80 chains
Ihenoe 80 chaina nonh, thenoa 80 ehaina waat
lo point ol eommencoment. conlalnlng 640 acroa
moro or loaa.
ANGUS JAMES McKENZlE
Dated Sepl. 11, 1911.
Pub. Nov. t.
Skeena Land District -District ol Caaalar
licence to prospect (or coal, oll and petruleum ou and   couver. U. C, occupaUon real estate agent. Intends
under the lollowlng described lands on tha Waal; to apply lor permlsaion to purchaaa the It
Coast ol Graham Island
daacribed lands on tha Waal' to apply tor permission to purchase the following
r deacrilied landa:
Commandng at a poat planled three miles eaat Commencing at a poat plantad at tba con-
ol tbo aoutht-ast cornar o >C. I-. No. 11. - thence, duence ol lllackwater rivar with the Naaa rivar
north 80 chains, thenee easl 80 chslns, Ihence south about two miles aoutb of tbo aiath Domlniun
80 chatna, ihence waat SO cbains to point ol com-   Telegraph cabin.    I'oat marked   II.   M.  N.  E
msne-emon*.
Located August 1st, 1911.
i'ub. Aug. 19.
AUSTIN M. UROWN. Locator
Corner, thenoa 60 chains soulh, tbeoee 80 chsina
wast, thenee 80 chains north, thenoa 80 chains
sast lo point ol commencement, containing 641)
acras inure or laaa.    _
Daled Sept. 23, 1911 UERUEHT McLENNAN
I'ub. Nov. '-���
Skaana Land Diatrict���District ol Queen CharloUe
Taka notioa that thirly davs Irom dato. I, C. E
Ilainler ol Prince Hupart.'II. C, by occupation , . ,.
bookkeeper, intend lo appl) lo the Chiel Com* ******* ***** DUlrict-DisUicI ol Coast Range 6
mu��ioticr ol Unda lur a licence to proapect lol , , ftg -***__ ***** .'.' Christopher Jam- oranam
cosl and petralcum oo and under <Sl0 acrea ol ' ul I'rlnce Hup rt, 11. t.. occups-lon locomollv.
land on Giaham lslsnd doscnl-cd as lollowa. snginser, Inlend to spply lor permiaalon to purchsae
Commencing al a poal planlwl It., miles east   Uis lollualng doacribed lands.
ol Coal Lease No. 4167. marked I. h. U. Coal      Commencing al a poal planted al the aoulh-
Laaaa No. I, N. E. corner, Ihence ��<M 80 chains.   ***** .cornerol U*J.O.   11a*  v.cinl.y ol
Ibence south  SO  chains,  Ihenco ~.I   i-o  chains.   MM  "***  .""""ll   ������,������J?,.    *   ��
-     N. E. Corner, Ihence Smi tu cnsins,
50 rosin*, thence eaat to chains, thance north 80
cbaina   to  pool  ol   commencement;    containing
X10 ac.aa, mote
Mnssell, Dec. 12.���Kli Tingley,
who recently proceeded with his
launch to the West Const, returned safely and made a second
I rip, which occupied but a few
days. He rode out the storm in
Parry Passage and proved thai
llie West (.oast is im more dangerous during the winter senson
thiin il is at. any other time of
lhe yenr. Mr. Tingley is Interested in a large number of good
claims in (lie neighborhood of
I Hard Bay and Wesl Hiver.
Pop row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis boat
house.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canada's Largest Jewelry Home
Jaa. Ryrie, Prea.
Harry Ryrie, S*c.-Trea$,
134-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
iS:i.::��.::.;.:::3C??55'
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
a.a. Prince Rupert
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1 - THE COSY CORNER = I
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OK   WOMEN     j
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This i3 n little aection ol the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects o( special interest, to women. Any and all of lho ladies of Prince Hupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tho editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
TO LOOK YOUR BEST
If You Are a Blonde You Must Observe These Valuable Hints.
The path nt' iin- blonde boaulj
i- liest'l with ilillicnllies lllill her
darker sisters do not bavo lo con-
lend wiih.
in ihe lirsi place, fair buir requires iniii'li   re washing  than
brown or black hair. It should
really be washed onoo a week.
without rail, whereas, darker hair
can go Ibree weeks anil bt; none
the worse.
A little borax, oloudy ammonia
or ordinary washing soda should
be added in lhe Qral cleansing
waler���about a dessertspoonful
of either of lhe two former, or 0
piece   llie   size   uf 11   ha/.el   lllll   ol
lhe hitler���lo an ordinary basin
ul warm waler is the rigid pro-
poi'lion. If mure is used Ibe hair
will booomo brink*.
Al least three waters shtuilil be
used, Afler lhe hair is thoroughly washed in the above mentioned
cleansing water il should be
soused in warm water, and then
in coltl. if the ilrsi waters tl"
tint quite cleanse It, it should
have a I bird washing in warm
waler wiih n lalher of pure while
Castile soap: ihen n Dnal rinsing
in nearly oold water.
In order in keep the hair us
HulT) a- possible ii should never
I..- combed or brushed liefore it is
LmLfta *9*mmm***sm ** *.*** perfectly dry.   Allowing II lo drs
TO MAKE FOWL TENDER
Even a Tough Old Bird Will Respond to This Treatment.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second nve.i.ie and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
II. Cordon Munro W. Nlcholaon Lalley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
l.nw-lliitler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
I* Irs I sieiiiu it for uu hour, be
iiii'i' >i"iiiniiig put n tew  sialics
of celery and a slice of onion insult* tin* bird in llavor it.   When
ii is taken from tin- Bteamer Ull
wiih wi'll-seasuiied dressing. The
fowl musl be oarofully handled
when S lulling, as it is already
hall'  cooked,   an.l   mav   I asilv
lorn; pul liny pieooa of butler
mi i be lop, Truss ii neatly,
roast till crisp uml brown. Tin
fowl will bo nice and juicy nut
us lender us u oh token,
ive Princa  Ruperl  Thuraday  at 8:30
Dae. 21st and 28th, arriving In Van-
r  early  Saturday  morning, Dec. 23d
P>
couver
tnd 30th.
MAKE   VOUR   RESERVATIONS   EARLV
Phon* 260
xnounouocx
Dated SepL 11,1911
i'ub. Sept _ l.
C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land District -District ol Queen CharloUe
Taka notlea that thirty da>s Irom dale, I, C. E
Uaintor ol I'rlnce Itupert, II. <-'., by occupsllon
tiookkeeper. Intend to spply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands lor a licence to prospect lor
coal and petroleum oa and under MU acros o.
land oo Graham Island described as (oUoa-s:
Commencing at a post planted ii..- miles cast
ol Coal Laaaa No. 4187, marked C. E. II. N. w.
cornar No. 1. Ihence soulb DO ehalna, Ibenc- ��-��al
80 cbaina, thenca north 81) chains, Ihence wesl
80 chains to place ol oomnipncpmrtit
Daled SepL fl. 1911
I'ub. SepL J.l.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
E.  li MM LU. Locator
Skeena Und Dlslrlct-Dlslrlcl of Cast llange ..
TakeneUce that sre the underst-im-l. Alll<*.l
Christian tiarde and Wm. M. Johnston of Prince
Hupert. B.C. occupation mining engineer and
proapector. Inl. n.l to apply for ���
lease the foUowing *!.*���* I 'I ��� I 's'i'l
Commencing al a |��..l planted I
theTyeeSutli��.ti.T.IMl>.SIal.imsn.la|.i.ro��l--!
. Illtlsll.l'lll ll  JAS,  URAHAM,   Locator
l.at.-dsrpi *JJ. Iiill  II.M A.M.-WluassedT.D
UM,
Pub Spt 10.
Skeena Land I u.irlrt    District ol Caaalar
Taka aoUoe thai It IL Stewart ol Vanoouver,
ll.  C,  oceupatlon   truckman, lalanda  _���  apply
(or permlasion to purchase tbe (clowint described
landa:
Commeoetnt at a poal planted 40 chains soulh
ol I'ls -aaiinlIt.s, No. 897 and 82 cbatna easl Irom
lhe Naas Klver (S. W. .' i, thenoa 4U chaina east,
ihence 40 cbains north, thenoe 40 chains waat.
thence 4U chains south to the poinl ol commencement to contain Iw) acraa more or lesa.
HICIIAHD  HOWARD STEWART
listed Aug, Itll. Jamas T. I ullwton. Agent
l-ub. SapL ��.
Skeana Und District -DUtrlct ol Coaat Range 6
Taka notice lhat Harold E. Smith ol Moraly,
Alia-, occupation atatloo agent, intenda to apply
lor perr-ias-on to purchase lbs following deecribed
laatas:
1 i mmsndng  st a poal planted at the aouth
ruepector. Inland to applv   f.-r  l-ermtsston   to      "j jjjgj 1(J0 _,,,,-, -.,; _-,* 10 chains norlh
���ee Ihe following drscril-ed lsnd. Ima f,   g
Commendnt al a p���l planted I-l mile east ol | ^^^  i,toukt n^nga 8, thenoe 40 chaina easL
vomer ol Ut llll. Harvey's Survey
ct  lungs  8, thance 4u chains cast.
ih.nee 80 chains north,  tbence 40 chaina wasL
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better than cure,
lt is cheaper. It it possible
when cure is impossible. Eye
tronl.lt- may be avoided by the
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and permanent impairment of tight. Wa
are properly equipped to adjust
glosses and guarantee satisfaction.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Walch   Inspector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
���-������0
SS. Prlnoa John for Stewart 10 a. m,,
Dae. 201h tnd 27th.
Praaant  tchadula  will   remain  in   enact
until  above dales.
lo  keep
use   ol
in n tangled mass helps
ti  wavy, oven after tbo
brush ami I'i'iiili.
fair people nre generally uf-
llii'leil with a dry skin, nn.l for
ihis reason ihey require more
applications uf oold oroama, olo.,
titan iln I li.* 11* .linker sisters. For
Bi-weekly train service  to Vanursdol.   I*"'-   I'.-nsnii  also  fnir  I pie nre
Trains leave Prince Rupert tit 1 p.m.   inure u.l.li.'led lu wrinkles. Wln-n
Wednesdays and Saturdays.   Return-1 n,,.^.  |,co   B|,ow   massaging
ing  arrive  Prince  Kupert I p.m. on      ,,,
Thursdays and Sundays. :*���**'������'    "     �� '    masaagO    .r.-ntti
_________ shitiilil be commonood al once; it
r,m ....... -l ��� .        , ,. r   .        ills Un- only effectual remedy for a
On your Christmas vltit Eatt travel ,,_,,,
..;.. .1.    r-        J t        <   B   -i c    . Wllllkleil   .kill.
via the Grand Trunk Railway System        ,, ,, ,
from Chicsgo.   The finest and best'     '   ** ' ''''> ����mo �����**-**>'���>*���"*
service over Double Track Rout.., """""" "'*  lhi"  lh",v  Ks  ���'"������"��������
in.in* lieii.'iji'iul lu ti l.iir e.implex
Connections with till roads K.ct and
West.    Atlantic Stenmship bookings
arranged..    Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
ately tl miles east... Prime lluperl. Ihence north l tkH.(_ jj t__M _���_, u post ol commencement
4U chains, thence easl ��� **tJ��J-��eSSmS-IB_L_2   conlalnlng MO acna, mom or laaa.	
chains more or lees lo railway jred*- thence
westerly tt chslns nuwe or less following saw
trade lo point of commencemrnt and containing
*�� *""<"*��*��� A|.KH|-|. CHRISTIAN UAKDK
WILI.IAH M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. Zl llll
fub. Dae. .*.. IIII
Dalle Coola Uad Dtolrlet- Dial rict ol Coaat IUnge
Take noUce that II. M. CliS al Dundalk. Ireland, occulsllun grnll��nsn. Intends lo sliply lor
Mrmtsslon I.. I��s- '**' ********* dmrnl-ed lands
listed SepL IS, 1911.
l-ub. bapl tt.
IIAHOLD E. SMITH
I red W. Il.sl.l-sr. Agea
Skeena Uad DblrKt���DiaUicl ol Coast IUnge 6
I sts notlea thai I, Oordoa C. Emmeraon ol
rrii.ee Hupart, II .', oecupatlon raad aeuta
lirokor, intend to apply lor parmlaaloa to purchase the loUowing daeciilmi laodai
Cemroeodai at a poat plaatod about I 3-4
mom in a ooriharly dlrasUoa Irom Ihs northaaat
earner poet ul Ul IIS9, Raaia t. Coaat Disir.rt,
Ihenca north 40 chains, tbancs west to rivar
bank, thence aoulh lollowlnt rlvvr baok to poiat
*&&*��** riaT^-TlxTZiie ; ��5==.-;  ���*=. ** *****. mi* **
MSI boundsry ol cannery leaae. thence lollowing    I ub. Oct. 10. a,
tl.s said essl twondary soulh 10 chslns mora or  ..   .-.._���_-. .
Bat JSajR **�� <��"*���*"** Mjhsj ��� la*niRilpi J��m^slqwOBPI
Ens eL.��ly eo chams more or lass to poinl ol       T^,.   nolice   lhat   Illriam Roy   McTavish   ol
���22r2!mm\.2t    mnialnlna J20 ,n-.  more or   WinnlpM,   Man.,   oeaupsUon   barrister,   Intends
cwnmenc-nsnt.    eonUlnlni  aw law, SmSvV l-armhalen to purehaae lha loUowing
.r*i_t a.......  tl   soil II.   M    .1.11*1 ' dweribed lands:
R5___-7M Wll"*" McNair. Agenl ,    Comaeadat al a post planted at ths souihwast
UHls Cools Und District-Dislrict oil east IUnge j N. K, WIM, 0I lA>t lilt. Harvey J Survey Coast
UHla cooia uss urnumr-^ UWrict  IUnge 6, Ihenee 60 chaina east, thaace
Tsks nollea .hat II. M. CHS ����� Dundslk. Ira* w chslns north, Ihenee 60 chains .e*x, lhance Ml
t-TTT       I                  ******   f   **?*', chain, south to ,��t-sl~mmancam.nl  conlalnln.
'gVSBB to  I���  E <a*** Si-^ StaflSSWM ROY McTAVlSH
'���Itnmenclr, a. a posl *tW*t *** *fj* B
corner ol I��K IS. Ihence north 20 chsins, Ih.nr.
3**41 chins, ihen-x- outh M chsins mors or
B I" .hora line. jK B6<__ *����**
Pub. SepL It.
ftad W. li.rl.Vi, Agent
Skoens Und Dlslriet-District ol Caaslar
Take   noUce   Uist   Charlss   William   Ham   ol
Vsncouvsr. B. C, occups.loo lns|"��lor.   atends
to apply lor permiasion to purchsse lhe lollowlng
oaat 40 ehaiaa mo're or less lo point ol commence
men); containing no rarea. mora ot urn.      .._���
R ._! ....... *.. ion H* Sm iL.rr   |- epply lor
"n ^'i? ****** BssMr. ***** ******* aa*. ,,,,,,
Pub SepL 10. Commendng   st   ���   port   P*"******"  *
Ml Cool, laat tHrtrirt-Dlrtric.. IC-. Rant    Sjjj-,- ���^jTBa'lB.^!,.*&"�������
I.lsir.|.h cabin.    Post msrked t. *������ **��� �����  W.
gftaBTlfiWiKaa -^ ^_^BSjSfe,:;:,,^K
���COttttt
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
sre requested to vltit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. CLUCK, Sec.
f|
eating <>r oranges,
word, Jusi   n   hint
B.C. Coatt service ��� Famous I'm cess
Line
Princess   Mary
Saturday, December 16th, al 9 a.m.
Por Viotorla, Vancouver and Seattle
J. C McNab General Agenl
Ion   than   lh
Aa  11  Inst
aboul dies..
The "blonde" mual bo particularly careful In her choice of
colors, it.-.1, pinks un.i. generally
speaking, nil bright shades of
greens nml blues should be
avoided.
As a rule, she looks h.'sl in
tones of green, also m 1.lack���a
browny tones, nml In the darker
l.luck bui especially. For lhe
evening -he should wear while,
ul* else 11 Very pule sllllde of blue.
AN XMAS CONFECTION
This    Is    Something    You    Can
Easily Make at Home.
Meat four ounces ..f butter.
same ..r oaslor sugar, two -i ileitis ul' milk ami ti.tli un ounoo Of
ossonoo of vanilla, ten ounces of
Hour, n teaspoonful uf baking
powder', Drop on n buttered tin
in Ica-pooiiliils, sprinkle sugar
over.    Hake ten iniiiules.
Hermits kisses is the fancy
name given lo Ibis dainty oon-
feel loll.
The problem of select ing small
Xmaa gifts rm- sanding by muil
is easily solved at Wark's, lte-
ineniher, your In-i opportunity
for mailing girts home is Thursday, tf
WOMEN ON WOMEN
Clever Sayings or Women About
Own Sox���Are They True?
SCARED OF THE WOMEN
	
Male Shop Assistants Won't Let
Them Servo In the Stores.
*-*-*-*-
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware
lluildera' Hardware
Valves & Plpet      Oxford Stovet
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
**m I ���'    11*1""      �����������������     ...mr��� ml  ********    fl        H        II 4 W
T.k. none. lha. ^^XoT^.iyT,   ?o��.-% S-ffitBl _��
***'��� ..l.nleil al lha N. W.   acrea mora or lesa. __, _���,,_���   ...u
BWVoi&ttr.lls'A;..-* Jhanc, ,
������JWsttSi th"C ���m**\ ��__i_Si5_f_2;
CHARLES  WILLIAM   HAM
! Dated September U, ISII.
^terly 40 chsins mire or l-> H point rrl com
*SS*******m M *"** K *M   ClTkF nm, Und DtauW-Dirtriet ol Mk
BfiWr"1     W,,l..mM,N.,.A^j    AWgSSSSS
..    ���   -...- _.  mm-* Ire.      rommendnl  al  a  port  *********  al  ths  con
Tske nolice lhal
land,   oceupalion   gsnll.
I���,  permlasliin to leaaa 	
"-'���  -... *j*l eart.-ja.ij: ar -*w^"J&sr��u!
/AH AHTHIIIl WHITS
���. |5. CSS ol Dundalk. Ire Vmmaaala-  *t  * vo^   P a��-^��  ���  -;.
Jnileman.   ******   _   ***S f*"*Zx2. Jiu.h ol O,"sislb Dominion Telmpl
sL- ih. loUowing d��crlbed two***t**��gW.*m*. ****���' ""*"��� *S
. ntsnled .. th. N. W ^b hsln."^,Thmhenre M ch.ln. arm. Ihenc. SO
cnjgj ���'"-' 23rto***** ***** ch.in. wtWmSaTMA
*""** .**  * Innl.      ��HI**" N"* ' "'<���'""' ">***m.nc*n.nL ��"!',*, f J/,
t'r ny II. M. >A'a.*2222"S"Tta\':!'.   X "hence DwIWtt I'"*
|���, ny II- ��' V 'h.nre north 40 chaina I
Z. fo rtr xXZ r-ommenc-nenli
W^-Xt****?*' H.  M.CLIr
Puh. Hepl* ���������
William McNair, Aganl
Pub Nov. t.
.roolaUnd D_.*.-U��r��-C- ******   ^J^^T^o,^'^**'**'**
Tak. mille. ihsl II. M. ^UftfVS I    ' ' *   *
..nd,   occupsllon   genlleinan.   I"'',"*"   'Seat, fii   shore ol   Ko.symsl
**2 mSB* *ax aam I**** ***m <��� ���, , m,���l straam fl
(lowing Into ssid Inlet lost ���
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KING GEORGE  HOTEL |
* ���:   wrnTi re.'ei v clran Ron.a   :-
��� Rr-aarata Uader   Nr.   Isasp..
��� Rat-. 35c an N.tbl  nt   U*rasr-li
* MRS. C. McKNICHT     -        Preprl.lor
0   **************************
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraear and nth.        Choice Wine, and Cigars
RUPERT'S   PALACE    Or    COMFOHT
The iiili'utliii'liiiii i.r women
[clerks into department sloros
ihiiherio saorod lo men Iiuk an-
gorcd lho male assistants >>f M��-l-
litiui'iie. Australia, win. view thi*
a- ih.- thin' .'.hie >.f ih.- wedge,
A- a re.iill Hie men went on
strike uni il arrangements wen.
made ihut the women clerk- wore
uut iii sell uny arllelo above lha
value ui sixpence.
it seems wo nover oan uproot
ihut lime-grown notion, s.. .�����-
BOntlall)     ma..-.lint.-.     thai     we
women musl weloomo men -im-
plj because men aro men.
Borne women huve the habll ������!
sciulDialing in ihe gaslight,
it I w.-re u mini going iu i--r
luMiia ii woman I should like hor
i<> appear Ideal lo olher men Hum
myself.
There bus iieter been n mirror
made lhal oa nshow people how
olher people think  Ihey look.
Many superior woman nre bullied, but when ii bullied woman
onoo realises her superiority the
nam.' is up.
The liar.l.-sl habll for n Ihink-
nia woman l.< e..iii)ii.*r is the
habll >.r being dominated.
Th.- very b<-si of women resorl
tu ooquelrj In Indecision.
\\ .uld   never  respool   ihe
ropes thai i.in.i ui if wa did nol
Oral break our llim**r nails Iry-
Ing I" III.in- lh.- knot-.
I pie who aspire to h<- unex-
peeled are often disagroeabl) to,
Wi-.- women i-t.in.. I., reuli/e
ii.eu essenllall) lallsfaotorj is
th.- simple mind >.f u normal man.
ALt'KKD t'AKSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of II.C, Ontario. Saa-
and Manitoba Uurs. katchewan   and  Al-
I.Ttn Hals.
CARSS 4 BENNETT
Babbistkbs, Notaries, Etc.
Offlce- Ezchnnge block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth atreeL I'rince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L U. S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dcnul r,i..rut i.'ir. skilfully treated. Gaa and
local niiri-t In in . administered for the painleaa extraction of l.-elh. Consultation free. Offices:
Ht-llterson lili-ck. I'rince RuperL 11.12
Ali-x.M.Miinsi.ti It.A..     W K Willi.nn..u *.. 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
I'.lo. UOX 2S
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TKACHER OF SINGING
ruriL or wu. rox.iN.
. A.H.A.M.,  I UN.. .NO
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    ACENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident Insurasvces
018 3rd Avenue Phone >:l and Croon 111
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SAI1DLEKY  MANUFACTURER
Hcpnirin*,' n Specialty.
Complete Slock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth St.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard.
Twelve Tablet StCOND Ave.
f=E.   EBY   CH.  Co.^
REAL  ks r.\: :���;
KiUumkalum Land Kor Sal.
aiTSUMBALUM .        h. c.
Chimnry Sweepisf asrf Fnace Oeuiif
Prepare for winter byuettinifyour fnr-
��� .:.*.-.- and (luct put fn order by
C. H. CUTTING
r.a.lic-1 llwsn S-see, AUieu   l.��� |<id. er
I'HIINE 71
Christmas Gift Problem
Kaslly -.'iveii ui Kealay's Pbarm-
it.-y from Hi.' .liversiiie.l lino of
Hun.I I'uii.led Qold l.m.l China,
iii st.-in., Tobaooo Jura, Ash
Trays, Stiitar Iii.wis, OUpa nn.l
Sinn*vr*0 etc. A suitable s.-. 11 Ih
eu-.il>  ,1. eided upon. If
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director aad   Embalmer
CIIAH.-.r.S IIEASONAIII.E
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   JS*.
IH'EN DAV ANI) NIGHT
H.I.O
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ami, EHIIALMERS
Kunerat   lie..   |..r.
Ill Air   near. tl. si Phone No A
]
MEMORANDUM
PONY EXPRESS
etBtmarn* Mta.-naisra' or. rs-at ntavic.
Uaaai****. Hi.-raae an.1 F-n-wa una Htt.nu.   Fnr
hlas nr M .1 .r Cr dav .�� nl.hl
Seventh Ave. an.1 Fulton
Plume tni
We   Loaned
Money
at
EVENINGS   UNTIL   9   O'CLOCK
��� \
TO LET
Flat In Rand Block, corner Sitth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Alw More. In tame block.
Two onttaffet coiLer Second Avenue tnd
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots in sjl parti ol tht city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent tome ol thc largest Companies doing business in the City.
c. dTrand
S��iondA��.. Phon. 112;
Per Cent, to
Build This
Houae
We    Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build Thia
House
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngmsn's Home
Free Labor Bureau ia teaaecli-M
Phone ITH lit Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODEJtlUS, freer!*..:
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   :;  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Lst U3 loan yoj th; minjy to buy or build a house or pay off a mortgage.
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading  Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
Eacluaie. Ag.nH (or
BUDWEISER  BEER' THE DAILY NEWS
STOCK
RIGHT
Headquarters for Santa
Claus. Come
one, come all
-��� whatever
you want���
we have it.
PRICES
RIGHT
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for Ihe Office
Xmas  Goods
JUST ARRIVED
&
8
13 A large assortment of chocolates in fancy baskets and boxet
���J* also a full line of
��[ CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
5? Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
23 SEE   OUR   WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
*&  Helgerson Block
Phone 56 _8
8888888888888:8��8888B8SBm:lS(��ll8
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
w lieu u man's lime is worth
a great deal tin .if lo him than
Die 0OSl  of u ill ink  habll cure
he is not going lo drag uI.hik
for Lwenty-elghl lo forty-two
duys Inking n treatment when
be can gel n oure In three 'lavs,
wiiliniii hypodermic Injections,
ami In- surrounded with every
comfort of home.
A PERFECT CURE.
Th.* IVeal internal treatment
oures die per 'dfcal, occasional or moderate drinker nml the
m-non*. Mian win. litis- to drink
to keep from 1 mlng nervous, it lakes away nil Inclination in drink, nil desire nnd
craving lo drink, l.y neutralising Hi.' poison of alcohol ill tlie
system nml ridding ihe i>i j
of tin* poison by a rapid system of einiiiiiuiinii, leaving the
drinker in tlie condition that
he was before Insting liquor.
so fm- ns I lie clfecl of aloohol
inny | ncernod���nil appetite for drink gone���nn.l he n
new man.
Th.- treatment consists of
tlie int.-innl administration of
ii harmless remedy, Ionic in
it- action, Ibnl removes Ihe
cravlfig for liquor in n very
few hours.
DRUG   HABIT CURIO.
Al lhe Vancouver institute
we also Ireal drug n.i.li.'lions
wild uniform success. Call,
write or pln.ne for booklet, giving full information.
THE NEAl INSTITUTE
1250 3roadway W., Vancouver, B. C.
Phone Bayvlow OM
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors       Militiiry Bruthei       Travelling Cases
Manicure Sets Perfume! Toilet Waters
C. H.  ORME       .       .       The Pioneer Druggist
The ^OXcM* Store
Nan 82
*>*'---'-'*****'***'PP>>PPP��>**P**-*PPP**PPP'.*.ppi.pppa***P***P����*t*-t*P
FOR SALE
Lot 19
" 10
" 12
Lot 16
" 61-62
Block 33      Sec. 7     Price $575.00       1-3 cash
"2        "7 "   1100.00       1-3   "
"    37        "   7 "   1400.00       1-3   "
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Block 1G      Sec. 2     Price 1050.00 $401.35 cash
"    12        "   2        "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
PETER  MdACHLAN Third Avenue
KEAL ESTATE TIMBER MINES
^!>��-4444444444A444444444444444444444444444<M44444<l4<tst
WATCH    TIIK    lllii    KUIlNITtJK    STORE    KOR    ORAND    PIHPLAY    OF
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We  have  receivctl  them  in  great quantities  and will display
Bomothing fur exceeding any other nttempt In Prince Rupert.
WE   ARE  COMPLETE   HOUSE   FURNISHERS
F. W. HART
Kntrano* Thlnl Door from Blxth
Stii.'i un MpcoikJ Avenue
Hart Block
r
.
ia
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
EXTEND WIRELESS STATION
New f uildiiigs Contemplated and
Increase of Staff Proposed.
in order lo bring Digby Island
wireless station min I'm- wllh
some nl the oilier coastwise Sta-
lions having a wide range of
utility, and working bolh nighl
ami day shifts of operators, the
department proposes lo add at
leasl Iwo operators lo the siaiv
al ih.- Digby Island station, nn.l
to provide for the Increase of
stall and equipment necessary
new bui Id lugs will be ereoted ut
the wireless station. Frame
l.millings, siieh ns those alreadj
in existence there, are planned,
an.l work will start on I hem
shortly.
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
^>-^.a��**-^.s*^^il---.sM Xf.-ike>**<w4��-
***** ���*mm*sm*m**l*^mll-*ma.*\sf ��\m* **>-*** ******
��� For Rent j
*\%**** **-** n->in>i ii ^ n -a,_,\ **��� ii n ii > i���rii ****** '*W
~��
ACCIDENTALLY  SHOT
Death   of  Musike   Radjovioh   Inquired Into at Inquest.
After hearing whal Utile evidence there was available In connection wiih (lie death of .Musike
Radjovioh, lh.- young Montenegrin who died iu the hospital
from n gunshot wound caused by
his own rille, lhc Coroner's jury
Inst nn-iii returned a verdlol of
"accidental death." Deceased wns
ul..ne nl  the lime  lhe  fatal  shot
wns tired.
Christmas Candy.
Keeley's especial shipment for
Ihis year cannot be surpassed. If
The i-ook book compile.I liy the
Ladies' Auxiliary of tho  Prinoe
lluperl li.-p.-rill Hospital Is oil
snle nt Ortne's drug slore nml
Williams \* M.'M.-.'kin's grocery
slore.    A copy should he in every
lioine in itupert. Besides helping
a worthy causa, a useful necessity is litaineil ut minimum
cosl If
A Friend In Need.
In giving Xmas presents
don'l f..rgei your feet. Tbey ure
.'iilitl.'<l loe.iiisiilernlii.n for their
f,*n Hi ful efforts during the past
year. Just call on Scott, Froud
\ Co. nn.l make u select ion.    21
Fresh FLOWERS
by the ss. Prinoe Rupert today
ARCTIC STUDIO, Bgfcfcg
Phon* Grskn SM
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glaus
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared Direct
THC
Mack Realty & Insurance
coatrANr.
P.S. -Houses and Rentals.
For Rent-Two roomed ealein. elOM to Mcllride,
freshly papered and clean, rrtily 111' per mon.h.
II W. M.-Kiii- A Co. t-l
ion RENT- I'tiiiiisiit'ii rooms Tor k<-iiii<-*
lllill "Illy:  lies!   lm mi...'   .iml ihu-1  View
iii ii ity.   i'Iiuiii- tin.ii 918,   Modern
conveniences. ssi-tinn
r    .
-f'^ S>***^SS^II**^>1
OUR r
settl
lnsu
r
L
Insurance
1
OUR Companies Are noted for prompt and juat
M-itlt'incnts. Wo write t'Vt'ry known cImi of
Inmranco. The Mack Realty und Insurance Co.
Wanted
.*.-w.i|>
Wanted-General Servant.
Apply Mrs. L. W. Patmore.
Other maid kept.
tf
Engage Probationers.
Two probationers are to be engaged nl. once by tho Hospital
Board for training at the General
Hospital, nnd probably two more
will be engaged before long.   The
hospital is always busy, though
not with Prince Rupert patients,
all llio time as il serves a wide
.mllying district, and the training promised probationers should
be thorough.
Wanted to rent or leaae by first of January, 6 or
fi room modern house, close In. State terms to
Box-S.
Maternity nurse open for cn-raircment. Apply
Box 2169 News. tf
Wanted. ��� Dreasmakinff. cleaninir and pressing, rcpuirinir for men and women Mrs Charles
1'ercher. 820 Third Ave.   Phone 2iM Red.     tf
HARRY. Why remain lonely? The Ideal
lntnitliiflli.il Club leiids tti happiness. A
Strictly private, hlgli'i lass, up-lo-dnte
ih. ri,nm fur properly liurotlucing* wuitliy,
iiiarrlnRvable pet.plt- or any nallt-nalllv,
religion, aire, or nnamlal I'l.ntlitlnn.
.Many people waiting, rich and poor.
Particular*) rn-c. Plain, sealed envelope.
I. C. Wilson, box 177rt. Vancouver, B. C.
1���
Lost and Found
J
KOUND-2 Small Keys.   Inquln-at News Office.
225-tf
Real Estate
1
J
Lot for Sale In Scclion 5. Block 2!. Lot 15. "th
Ave.   Apply Mike Kit. i.-li. Box (82 City.       tf
dtc
<\t\*M*a*\***j*m*)**********
Stenographer
at******** <am
Eaitrrn ���tontiirnipher of wide experience u-iinti
poiltion. Addreas ".Stenofrrapher." G62 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-~
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian tlanle of Prince Rupert, occupation Minimi Kniflm-er. give notice that on the
.'-111 il.iV  e.f  ll.ee-.-rllle.-l.    1L-1 ] .   I  , J, t.' T-l.l    Ul   apply    tO
thr Waler Commissioner nt his office in Prince
Rupert for a license to lake and use two cubic
feel of water per second from an unnamed stream
In the District of Cast llnnice S. Skeena Division.
1-t mile easl of the T>ee Station. G.T.P. Rv.
Tlie water is to lie taken from the stream about
one half mile above Its outlet, and ia to be used
for developing power foraiiuary situated at the
outlet of said creek, along the Railway grade.
_, , ��� ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 2t)th. 1911. d-27
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will  he  received by the un
dersigned uu to Dec. 15,   1911,  for 60
tons of coal (mine run).   Delivered in
S ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t *      P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wa  refund   your  money  If  we  tto  not
teech you to dance for the  price
of one ticket.
Wednesdays    and   Saturdaya
In Si.ns of England Hall; nt 8 p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will lie received by the untler
signed up to .-, p. in, Monday, isth n.-cem
ber, lull, rm* tin- eoaslriicllon or a plunk
roadway on m. ,,.., n, ���!,-,. ,,r plrst avenue
between Seventh ilreel antl the Junction
or First and Second avenues. Plans ami
slieelllealliius ni.iv be seen antl rtirms or
Miller obtained at   tin- olllce or the  Cily
Bntlneer.
Lowest
���ccepted.
I..U...I-T   A.   WOODS,
ClU Clerk.
WM.  MAHLON  DAVIS,
o cuy rngincer.
sny  lender  not  necessarily
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SSCOND AVKNII't . . rMNCX -SJs-fmf
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Pricea reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone M
The Jewelery Store
UMBRELLA
AN     IDEAL    CHRISTMAS    GIFT
You will find it an altogether
superior article. . . Haven't
you noticed it? . . It costs
more, but look at what you
are getting���not the lacking
in the market at a cheap
price, but the very best money
can buy. , . Suit Case Umbrellas and lots of them���A
new shipment just in.
WOULDN'T YOU UKE TO SEE THEM?
Wark's
.THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS..
Fine View Corner
���I SECTION   TW
$2,250
���IN SECTION   TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
FOR SALE-62 LOTS IN SECTION
TWO
Many of them nro offered al ven sii-hi    ,^
auotlon prices, and with the prosenl ',������        u ver
tbo selection and buying of the lot . K, ��. "'' lnakll>
elsurely.oholoe, your ohanoe for making Jflu0,..?"!���
really greater. *��� '��� profit j
Ono good lot on Graham Ave., oxoollonl vi,.��     ,
a  beautiful,   Invol   lot,   60-ft.   ,',,, ���.,���, '" '-* 179
M.OOOib fine double come.- on Tate Bu'fbr 11 in. '.-''' '
...It.      I'..I .1 I 1 ���. I  I. ...      II. ..I        ..... .     1"     .    \\  .-    .l.e
111.
190;
fnr
mu- reputation thai suoh h.is will make VoVmraw     8take
Representative listings l��� 0Very .eotion uf t,
suranoe In all Its branohes. ''   ��� ���������-
Third 8t.
WESTENHAVER BROS.
Phone 100,
���'ttOOOOOOCO
City Clerk Unwell.
Mr. \V. D. Vance, assistant to
llie (.ity Clerk, is taking Mr. E. A.
Woods' duties at present ns fains possible, as Mr. Woods is confined to the house, indisposed.
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave, Princo Rupert, B.C.
THE ATHENS -Ntw Barber Shop
Try  us once and you
wilt always come back
DENNIS SVORONOS I22 6th Street
Leave
flowers,
orders   now
Wark's.
for
Xmas
tf
The Prinoe Rupert Arrives.
ai io a. m. the u. T. p. steamer
Prinoe Rupert arrived wit li mall,
freight and a passenger list
rather more slender than usual.
Captain Harney Johnson matlc a
fast starboard landing, as usual,
and reported an uneventful passage from llie south.
Judge Young and Mrs. Young
wero passengers by llio Prince
llupert this morning.
11. HoGuloheon arrived from
llie south Ibis morning by the
Prince Itupert.
STOUT OLD SHIP
Wrecked Carrondelet Will  Hang
Together for Some Time.
Efforts made to salve the
wrecked linri]ui' Carrondelet have
so fur been absolutely without
result, it being impossible to
i-.'ii.-h the wreck owing lo heavy
sens breaking over her. It is believed by Captain Gordon, salvage expert, that tho hulk will
hold logelher Toi' a long lime
ye I.
NSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Christmas Giving
There is more than one article here suitable for Chrittn
ing that will compel your inspection anil assure your selection
Pipes and
Smokers'
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 an-l
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
���STORE   WITH   BED   FRONT���
B. Campbell
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shows the way to furnish your home with qunlity and economy.
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial ami useful than n comfortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of i*
Dining Room  Furniture,   Buffets,  China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs���leather scats
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 jjj
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Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Portiers, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
For Good Values in Carpels and Rugs all sizes, Now is Your lime lo Buy
GEO. D. TITE -  The Home Furnisher |
THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 20
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The Paper
for
Your Home!
THE
"DAILY
NEWS*
It gives you all the newa of your own city and district as well as the principal .happenings
in all parts of the world.   The news is well edited, its news columns are cleanjndj^holp���
g   some.
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It is a paper you need in your home.   The advertising columns of the Newg_brmR
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money. J
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
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In  Commercial Printing
we have a large stock of
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We handle Blank Ledger
Forma   for   Looae
Leaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
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'
i.i.ii-oiidiio mm i-miu-ia x-rogrammes.    for any kiiiu oi priming .rum w.
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "News Job "
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Daily News Building
PHONE   08
Third Ave
PHONE   98
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