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The Daily New^i
NEXT MAILS
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 289
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday, December 18, 1911.
Price Five Cents
VANCOUVER GOT A BAD SCARE
WHEN DYNAMITE EXPLODED
RUMOR   SPREAD   ABROAD   THAT  THE  POWDER  WORKS  ON
BOWEN   ISLAND HAD BLOWN UP���SHOCK WA8 FELT
ALL OVER THE OITY THIS MORNING.
R. C. READING ROOM
Good Start Made on Framing of
Basement This Morning.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Vanoouver, Dec. 18.���All Van-
oouver was shaken to the foundations nt 7 o'clock this morning
when a lerrillc explosion roused
the whole oily. The altinn
quickly spread thai lhe powder
works on Howen Islund had blown
up, ns lhe shock was much more
severe than Ihnl experienced
when lhe Noel hllcld Powder
Works were devastated. The
Provincial police at lasi discov
ered  lhe place niiil cause of thc
explosion in a magaiino on the
Bodwoll road, The trouble was
Iiif ohl dynamite story. The usual
genius had spread fifteen slicks
of dynamite on the stove to dry
..ul, and fortunately for himself
hn.l gone away, leaving them, lie
beard lhe bang and ran hack, but
the dynamite and stove had left
wiih lhe building. No one was
hurt so far as the police could
discover.
A nood start was made this
morning mi the foundation
framework of the new- It. Q, rec-
realion nnd reading rooms at the
oorner of Fulton street and Fifth
avenue. The site has been deeply
exciivnii'il and drained and a dry
foundation is secured. Heavy
piling has been placed in position framing the basemen! ami
lhe building will shortly lake
shape. II should be ready for
occupancy early in lhe new year.
HE USED A KNIFE
Italian Who Was Refused Danoe
Stabs Vanoouver Man.
ii'iinntiii.ii Press Despatoh.)
Vanoouvor, Doo. Hi. Because
a girl refused lo give a dance to
an Italian al a hull horo last nighl
a light broke out, resulting iu
Anderson Whiloman h o i n g
slabbod In the stomach, liis
condition is serious. Tho Italian who cniiiiiiilli'il the deeil bus
escaped.
Pantorium   Pioneer   Cleaners.
Phone -i.
LABOR MEN TO MEET
Formation of Labor Counoil to Be
Completed Tonight.
Tonight in Hie Carpenters' Mull
III.' various representatives of 111.'
labor unions will meel rm* ihe
purpose nl comploling lhe organization ol Hie Prince Ruperl
Triules ami Labor Counoil, Mr.
.1. 0. Wallers of Victoria will ho
present lo ns*.i>i wiih lho work
of organization.
Warks are showing a large as-
Mii'iini'iii of Howard railroad
watohos. tf
DARING ENGLISH AVIATOR
CAPTURES A WHITE HERON
MOORE HOU8E DELIGHTED A CROWD BY GIVING CHASE TO
THE  BIRD  IN   HIS  MONOPLANE���AFTER   A   LONG
CHASE HE WORE IT DOWN AND CAUGHT IT.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
New York, Dec. 18.���A London
cable says: "(.basing a bird on
the wing nnd overhauling il is
the latest sport for airmen. A
while heron was thus run down
on Saturday al Huntingdon by
Hoorchouse, the aviator. The
bird had invaded lhe aerodrome
while Mi...rein.use was aloft. Ini-
medialcly  lhe chase  began,    ll
led around the enclosure several
times, through the maze of tree
lops mid included sweeps, lho
monoplane being under line control, nnd following perfectly every
movemenl of the Quarry. Tho
heron dropped lo the ground utterly exhausted. ll measured
four feel across the wings.
MR. LLOYD-GEORGE IS INJURED
Dastardly Attack Was Made Upon Him by a Male Suffragist as
He Left a Liberal Meeting on Saturday Night
BEATEN IN FACE WITH BRASS BOUND BOX
The Attack Was Quite Unexpected, and Mr. Lloyd-George Had His Right Eye Cut
Open���Only  Prompt Medical Attention Saved the Eyesight���Attack
Followed an Announcement by the Chancellor That the Government Would Introduce Woman Suffrage Next Year
Hesl room in town nl lho Savoy.
WANT GOOD MEN
ON THE COUNCIL
Ratepayers' Association Discuss
Good Government and Will Call
Meeting to Seoure Good Candidates for a business Administration.
A meeting of tho membera <>f
the Ratepayers' Association was
held iii ihe Mclnlyre Mall on Saturday nighl wiih the object >jf
discussing good governmeni .md
the besl way to gel ii for lho
cily. Addresses were given by
several of lhe members emphasizing the importance of securing iiiiii-pailisiiii business ian-
iiniiiies. The ohairman, Mr. VV. J.
Alder, announoed that in their
endeavor lo rule oul partisanship
the association, while welcoming
all ratepayers lo their ranks, has
decided Ibnl no nllleeholdcr
Should   he  allowed  to  hold  ..nice
iii any political association al the
sunn* time.
Mr. .1. B, Cowpcr, who was
present by invitation, addressed
lhe meel ing, discussing lhe func-
lious of municipal govei-iimeul.
lie   pointed   oul   Hint   OOndiliOM
ihnl made political differences a
means of progress in ihe national
and provincial arenas became .'.
menace to welfare if allowed to
disrupt lhe Olvio life,   lu a young
cily like ours having great opportunities, great needs and greal
problems it was espeolally necessary iiuii polities he eliminated
ami a business regime Instituted,
Mr. II. I'. Mellae laid he blamed
nol politics hul the spoils syglein
which went wiih il. Me uinde a
strong plea for lhe nilepnyers lo
stand together ns a strong body
Influencing public opinion Inward
progressive and businesslike ail-
iniiiislrnlion.
Mr. 0, V. Bennett laid emphasis
iiii the need of business adminis-
Iriilion in civic nlVnii's if enpilal
wns  lo  be  lllli'iicled   lo  111.'  city
in give employment at good wages
to ihe workingmen.   Capital was
lhe must nervous of ri-cnliiics and
required assurances of unity and
progress   before   il   would   come.
it was deolded lo call a meeting for nexi Friday nlghl at 8:.io
in lhe MclnlM'c Hall for lhe pur-
poso nf dlsoutslng whal candidates are eligible and who should
be rocommondod for the association's supporl mid Influenoe.
DEATH TOLL IS
NOW COMPLETE
Tennessee Coal Mining Disaster
Leaves 58 Widows and 147
Children Fatherless���A Relief
Fund Is Started.
Canadian Press iiespatoh.)
Bryeevllle, Deo. 18.���With the
Inking out today of LM bodies all
of the bodies of lhe victims of
the recent mine disaster are now
secured. The death lisl totals
HI. There are Ml women widowed
ami ItT children left fatherless.
A relief fund has been started
an.l now reaches 980,000.
Ladies' walclies from now until Xmas al special prices al
Walk's. If
Simp
Free   doll   at   Ward's   Candy
Wnlch tlie window,    tf
GOOD REPORT.
FROM OILFIELDS
Natural Gas Has Been Struck snd
Engineer Slater of the B. O.
Oilfield Is Quite Positive Oil
WIII Be Reaohed.
11. A. siniei*. engineer in charge
>.f lhe ll. c. ollfleldl drilling plnnl
nl Trnlm Point, on llie wesl const
of Graham Island, passed through
on the Prince John mi Saturday
mi his win -..uiii nn important
business. Mr. Siniei- spoke very
encouragingly as lo the progress
of lhe work nl llinl poinl and hns
nol lhe least doubt regarding lhe
Ultimate success of the company.
Natural gas has been struck and
other Indications said Mr sinier,
gn Iii prove tlinl lhe oil is there.
Work will be continued all winter.
Mi*. Sinter will go easl for addi-
lionnl machinery before coming
nurlh   again. ��� Queen   (.harlot le
[slander.
Gerhard Helntzman,
Inr    thirty    days    Frank    D.
Keeley,   lhe   exclusive   agent   for
ihis famous piano, will offer io
per cenl. discount on every
piano. tf
Day's Maroh Nearer Home.
After another bursl of energy
over suniliiy Aldermnn Blldlloh'l
juggernaul made progress as far
as Third ilreeli Prom Alderman
Newton's eyrie mi Third avenue
Hie legend. "Vnle fnl' llilditcll."
|S   nOW   legible.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dec. 18���Public feeling has been oulraged here by a
dastardly and uncalled for attack
made on Mr. David Lloyd-C.corgc
al the conclusion of a Liberal
meeting on Saturday nighl, whore
l.y the great British Chancellor
had ii narrow escape of losing
Hie sight of liis right eye. The
niiack was made hy a male sympathiser of ihe suffragette movement, win. hurled a brass-bound
box iu Hie face >.f ihe Chancellor.
mllieling serious injuries.
Mr. Lloyd-George was leaving
lhe hall al the lime of lhe ntlack,
where, in company wiih Sir Ed-
war.l Grey, he had addressed the
members of ihe Women's Liberal
Association.    During  his  speech
he hn.l ami..un I Ihnl  lhe <>ov-
ei'iiiiient would include female
suffrage in Hie new suffrage bill
Uml ih.- Governmeni will introduce early next year.
As a result of the attack, which
was quite unexpeoled, Mr. Lloyd-
George wns struck full in lhe fnce
by lhe box, lhe brnss corners of
which eul his lip open nnd seriously Injured Hie right eye. Only
prompt medioal attention saved
lhe sigbl of llie eye. The cowardly attack has caused greal indignation.
TEN PASSENGERS WERE KILLED
IN WRECK OF COLUMBIA FLYER
FAMOUS MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL FLYER STRUCK A FREIGHT
TRAIN WHILE TRAVELING AT SEVENTY  MILES  AN
HOUR���VANCOUVER MAN AMONG  INJURED.
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
si. Paul, Dec. 18���Ten passengers nui Instant death taal
nighl in Ibe wreck of the famous
I'.iiliiniliin l-lyer mi the Chicago,
Milwaukee .v si. Paul Railroad
near Odossa, Minnesota. Ibe
sinitl sieel cni's could nol resist
Ihe terrible impact nl lhe rear
section nf lb.-1iiuii. which plowed
headlong into the front soolion
when lhe engine struck a blooked
freight   I rain   ahead.    The  rear
GREAT EARTHQUAKE SHAKES
MEXICO FROM END TO END
THE EARTHQUAKE, WHILE ONE OF THE BIGGEST EVER, DID
LITTLE DAMAGE AND NO   LIVES   WERE   LOST���
WAS FELT AS FAR NORTH AS VICTORIA.
For Men.
Shaving Sets, Safely Itazors,
Sha\ ing Mirrors, S h n v i n g
Brushes, Blrops���all appropriate
Christmas gifts for men ��� at
Keeley's IMiarniar-y. If
Chief Vickers reports a <iuiel
town ..ver week-end, only the
usual Utile array of "d. and d.'s"
being net led by the constables
since Saturday.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Mexico  Cily,   Dee.   18.���MoXlOO
was rooked from ocean lo ocean
and from Guanajnala mi the
norlh in ibe Isthmus nf Tehuan-
ii-pee nn ihe soulh by 11 greal
earthquake yesterday. Fortunately no loss of life has boon reported ami bui Tew buildings wero
thrown down.
Viotorla, Deo. m.���The effect
nf the earthquake al  Mexico was
recorded on lhe seismograph at
lhc Meteorological station hare
yoslorday.
Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous oandies m a
largo and varied assortment and
Christmas gift boxes al Keeley's,
Srd and Oth. .     tf
A LONE SETTLER SINGLE TAX AND
IS FOUND DEAD    A COMMISSION
Rancher Named Bush  Found on Some    Sweeping    Changes    Are
Trail   Near   Nadu   River���Had Forecasted for the Civic Gov-
Dropped    Down    Dead���Came ornmont of the City of Winnl-
From London, England. peg.
Mr. Bush, a settler al the Nadu
River, on Massell In let, was found
.lend lasi Friday Week a few .Minis
I from his cabin, lie evidently died
from bear! Iroublo, and when
found   hail  a   pack  mi   his  back.
The body was frn/i'ii nnd evidently  had  lain   fnr  some  lime.
D used   eame    from    London,
Kiigland, innl is supposed to have
.cell in the ariny at one lime, as
medals nml, papers were found
uniting his effocls.- -Queen Charlotte Islander.
WILL START GOLD MINING OPERATIONS
WITH HYDRAULIC PUNT NEAR KITSELAS
Four Hundred Horsepower Turbine Outfit Driving a 14 Foot Centrifugal Pump is on its Way From Seattle to Start Operations
at Gold Creek���Plant is Coming by the Prince Rupert
Christmas Rush.
Hig rush in Keeley's for Perfumes in fancy gift packages,   if
STILL FRICTION
IN DRAGONLAND
Efforts to Bring About Peace Between Imperialists and Rebels
In Conference Produces Difficulties from Start.
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Deo.  10.   sweeping
I changes In lhe governmeni and
administration   of   lhe   cily   of
Winnipeg nre foi Baled here. A
canvas nf the candidates mil fur
public ofllce ui iin- civic election
���hows a larger majority in favor
of the adoption of single tax and
il oiiiinissiitii plan nf government,
nui nf over twenty candidates
whose views on Ibe single lax
quoelion were ascertained, it was
I.mini lhal imI i.ne was opposed
in its gradual Introduction during ii period ni from three lo five
years.
tmong I went > -iw.i .-..miniates
win. expressed their vfewa on
governufeinl by commission only
one wns fnniitl I" I pp.i.eil.
Before selecting a piano see the
si.iniey at Qray's Jewelry store.
Cannol  be heal  fm* tnue, quality
and price.   Pianos luned and re-
pnll'.'ll. tf
Special Correspondence]
Shanghai, Dec. ih. The representatives of the Imperial parly
nnd the rebels mel logethor here
I...lay witli a view lo lhe discussion nf terms "f peace. There
was difficulty in discussion from
lhe lirsi. nml considerable Motion developed. Afler lhe morning im.I been .spent in wrangling,
prospects of an amicable settlement of the trouble new seems
as  far nir as ever.
HARRY STEWART BACK
Pioneer Clothier Opens New Store
on Third Avenue.
(Special lo Dally News.)
Haielton, Deo, 18���it is announced l.y lhe Oinln.Tii Miner
on lho authority <.f Ooorge W.
Otlerson, the prominent hydraulic expei'i, thai ii complete hydraulic |il.iiii Is being shipped
from  Seal lie    oii    Ibe    sleniner
Prince Rupert, for us., on plaoer
ground on Gold creek, one ami a
half miles  from  Kitselas,
The plnnl, c.insists of a i .-in.
1 slep eellll'ifllgal pump, Weighing Ifl ions, io be operated by a
10-lnoh turbine water wheel of
inn   horse  power  capacity.  This
pinui will deliver water sufllolonl
io operate two 4-lnoh nozzles ai
a pressure of 840 pounds to lho
square inch.
This plant, the llrsl nf its kind
in be Installed in British Columbia, was formerly used on ro-
grn.ie work on the streets of Bea-
Ulo, Having oomploled lhe wnrk
nf tearing down the hills in Dial
cily, il will serve lo exploit the
gold-bearing gravels of lho Kil-
selns district.
The    Provinolal    Qovernmeni
has  oonstruolod a wagon   road
from Kilselas up ilnltl creek, nl-
lowing the transportation nf machinery and .supplies In Hie Mimes, ami considerable activity is
bmke.l for as soon ns work Is
possible.      in    prospecting lhe
claims, of whieh I here nre several groups, ihe miners claim
ihey have seldom failed lo obtain
course gold, nnd hydraulic operations ai xpecteii iii yield handsome eel urns.
EQERIA IS WELOOMED.
Historic   Naval   Vessel   Becomes
Training Ship for Boys.
(Canadian Press Despatoh.}
VanCOUVOr, Dee. IH. -The sliinp
KgOrla, which was .'cei-nlly purchased from the Admiralty as a
training ship fm- British Columbia   youths,   left   Viotorla   lasi
night ami arrived here this nn.ruing. She was given n Ing lend-
off from Ibe enpilal eily.
Paper decorations, tinsels, etc.,
for bouses, stores, etc. Wallace's.
Hairy Slewarl. lhe pioneer
clothier of Hie palm) days when
nil Ruperl i'1-iiii'eii round Centre
street, is back again in town and
has opened lhe new store at tho
corner   nf   Thud   avenue   and
Sovenlh sll I.   ll will be known
as "The Ideal Clothing Slnre" and
will carry a complete slock in Iho
gents' nulfllling line. Mr. Stewart,
who is proprietor of "The Hig
Store" al Stewart, will divide hig
lime between tin* twu establlsh-
inc Ins.
All kinds nf musical inslru-
melils at .1. S. Qray & Sons', oth
street. If
Sunday's train from Van Arsdol
brought in a good number of
passengers. The sieel is now <*x-
Iended ns far ns lhe Kilselas tunnel, but iml open fm' regular pas-
songor liiillle It. Hint point as yel.
See Sweder  Bros,  for holiday
tailoring. .i-.-t
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section, .hiving along al leventj
miles an hour, telescoped the . nd
ears of lhe fronl seollon liku
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and Hie l.'ll den.I were killed outright. Bodies wedged inextricably in the benl nu.I buckled Steel
are almost Impossible lo recover.
Wrecking Irani- were itislie.l lo
llu*    .iiiii*    ami    tbe    line    was
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THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and Ihe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-SI) cents par inch. Contract rates
on application.   .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and Mexico-DAILY, 50c
per month, or $6.00 per year, in advance. Weekly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.60 per year, strictly
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
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.
Monday, Dec. 18
A GOOD BUSINESS COUNCIL 18 WANTED.
The long-looked for rush into Prince Ruport, for which
we ore all waiting, is due to Bt&rl .luring tlie coming year.
There will be do stampede, but quietly, one by one, those
manufacturers and business men who have been intending to
get in ahead uf Hie crowd will be moving hither. Tlii* makes
it peculiarly imperative that the ratepayers of the city get together and induce a number of competent business men willing to put business principles ahead of parly prejudices to oiler
themselves as candidates for olllce.
The News knows of more tliiin one man who visited the
city (luring the past year with a view of opening business who
deeided  to wait   until the era of aldermanio bickerings was
ended ami an era of business administration hnd begun.   Administering the affairs of a city is pre-eminently a work that
demands business abilities,   a business administration lifts up
nn.l energise- the whole business of the cily.    An unbusinesslike administration reacts adversely on the business life of the
cily, frightening away capital and .li-liearleiiing the merchants.
It is a mistake to think that only the  property owners  of a
.ily uro interested in the growth of it- trade and -tlie economy
of its administration.   Every citizen, whether he own property
or not,  is affected,  the relation of Hie citizen to the city being similar to that of the shareholder to a joint stock company.
Apart from the interests of sanitation, of the observance of law
and order, of education for his family and of his interest as a
user of public utilities he has a very vital  interest  in  seeing
that a cily is well governed.     Though he may have no real
estate to .haw rents from, he has labor to sell, and llie selling
price of ibat labor is determined by the demand in the labor
market.    That demand i- determined by the ability of lhe local
authorities to so administer the .ity'.- affairs lhat the city becomes a desirable place  for capital lo invest itself in labor-
ii-ing industries.    The price of labor cannot be fixed by an
arbitrary  act  of  Parliament  or an arbitrary civic bylaw.   The
selling price of labor is fixed by Ihe laws of supply and demand and these in turn depend  upon the wise  manipulation
or abolition  of tariffs,  and  the wise and progressive management <jf the corporate interest  of the citizens.
Whether the citizen be a Croesus or a wage-worker an
important link in the cycle of causes that improve his lot is
good government. Extravagant, unprogressive or inefllcieut
management is as bad for a city a- for a joint stock company.
Every' citizen, whether a property owner or not. is a shareholder in the city, sharing its pr<>-pent> or it- losses, as Ihe
case may be.
What Prince Rupert need*- at the present moment is busi-
nes- management in the interest of the citizens, nol political
management for (he benefit of a litlle coterie of politicians
and their friends.    Running a city is u business  proposition.
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Christmas Dainties
n.ii*i'Xi' ���> i"*''^"**"^'^"^""* ii-*i����ii-M'��iii��iI��ihiih im ii �� 11 ��� il ~�� i
FRESH    AND    SWEET
New Mincemeat, just like mother used to
make; it's  only 65c per quart.
We have just received a large shipment of
New Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts,
Table Raisins, Dates, Oranges, and
Chocolates.
Shop early and avoid disappointment.
n^.��^..^.. .-...^i * ***** **-.,.m.���mam m
Stalker & Wells
Comer Second Ave.    -    and
McBride. Street
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11 ���*-*> 11 ^ m*^m**\*M  I
ARE INSTALLING
THE COAL DRILL
Graham Island Ooal Company Has
to Pack It Inland for Eighteen
Mllee���Must Out Out Road as
They Qo.
Latest reports from Graham
Island slate thai tho Graham
Island Timber & Coal Company is
making good progress al taking
its machinery into the interior.
The machinery weighs seventy
tons. It has already been hauled
a distance of eight miles from
thc beach, but has ten more to
go before it reaches the place
where drilling is to be commenced. The road has to be cut
oul as they go along and numerous difficulties have been cn-
counlered, but all overoomo. It
is expected that tho drill will be
at   work   about   tho   new   year.
Twenty-live men aro employed
clearing a road and packing.
Christmas vexatious  problems easily  solved by Sloan & Company's Script
Sold for any amount, redeemable in merchandise.
Prince Rcpert, b.c, 191	
Sloan & Company, Limited
MERCHANDISE  SCRIPT
Deliver to.
 merchandise to the amount
of Dollars
��� 100
SLOAN A.* COMPANY, LIMITED
SLOAN & COMPANY
Sixth Street
..Christmas Hampers..
NO.
1���"AT   MOMS''
2 boitlM P. a O. Scotch
1 bolll* S Bur Br.r-d-
1 bottl* Port
2 bolll** Cholc* Clar.t
6 bolll**  ������*-   (quart*)
ONLV S8
NO. �����"MSMLV"
2 bolll** P. �� O. Scotch
1 bottl* S Bur Brandy
2 bottl** Or, Oln
1   bOIII*  ��������   Sh.rr,
1  boltl* B**t Port
B belli** Bt. la.apha ctarat
ONLV  SU
NO. 3���"PMNCH DINNrlft*'
1 bottl* Am.r Picon
2 bottl** H��ut liruc   (quart.)
4 bolt l.t St. Cat.ph*  (quart*)
3 boltl**   Sparkling   Moaalla   iguana)
1  bottl*  20-V#ar-<$ld   Brand,
1  bolll* V*llow Cn*rtr*ua*
ONLV S17
NO. 4���"INTHtNATIONM."
1 bolll* Iitra Bh*rr-r
2 bottl** Clubll*
S boltl** Ch*al��au Mai-gaut
4 bottl** Champagna
1  bolll*  BS-V**r-Old  Bi*quli   Bran*,
1 bottl* BUraaalno
ONLV tte.    (All quart.)
NO.   6���"OERMAN   OINNCN"
1 bottl* CharrlM In Waraakino
3 bottl.a  Liabfraumiich
B bottl** Sparkling Hock
1  bottl* 20-Vaar-Oid  Brandy
1  boltl* Birch
1   iMIll* Bumm.l
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nr
Lkuona Lund JJiitrict���Dlitrict of Queen Charlotte
R-Jbfl notice tltot thirty day* (rom dato, 1, C, K.
Winter ol I'rlnce Hupert, ll. C., by occupmioti
okkiNJiir, Intnd to apply to the Chlof Com-
i/i in i ���'��� Land* for a lioence to proapoct fur
��! ""i iHtroloum on and under 040 ucrue of
���Ti un i.i.iini'n inland deacribed aa foUowa:
���r-uiiiiiuiieinic at �� P��t planted one milo north
Tc ti. li* Coal Leaao No. U, markod N. W.
LX 0. '���-��� "��� No. it), thonco aouth 80 chaina,
I co w��l ��o rhaina, thunoo north 80 chains,
bun. .���-��������� HI) chaina to placo of cormnoncemuiit,
Jtod Bapt, 11, UIL    C. K. UAINTEK, Locutor
fl. Bapt. 88.
t Lund Diatrict��� Dlalrlct of queen Charlotte
lOVku nutice that thirty daya frunm dutu, 1, 0. !���:.
!Xt>r uf i'rince Kupert, U. C, uccujiation book,
mjafi Intond to apply to tho Chlof Commiiulom>r
. Linda for a llcunoe to proapect for coul und
Itrukum on and  under b40 acroa of  lund on
'iiii.uii island deacribed aa followa:
"umnienclni at a poat planted two mlln north
b, l.. 11. Coal Leaaa No 8, imirkutl N. !���:. curnur
It. K. "��� Coal Laaae No. 11, thence riouth mi
kins, thunco waat 80 chaina, thunco nurlh hi)
litis, Ihence eaat HU chaina tu placo of com-
fu.l St-pl- 11. UIL C. K. HAINTKU, Locator
���b. N't>i- 23.
j-tnu Land Diatrlet���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
fake notice that thirty daya from date, 1, C. 1..
nttT of I'rince Hupert, il. C, by occuputlon
kk-t-vpiT, Intend to apply to thu Chief Com-
alonor of Land for a licenco to prospoct for
I and pelroleum on and undor tiiu acree of
1 on Graham laland doacribod aa followa;
iominondng at a poat planted two miloa north
:, K. U. Coal Leaae No. 7. markod C. K. 11.
I Leaae No. 12, thence aouth bU chaiiui, thencu
80 chaina, thenoa north 80 chaina, thonco
; 80 chaina lo plaoe of commoncement.
ISept. 11,1911. C. K. 11A1NTKH, Locator
I Sept. 23.
��na Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoen Charlotte
ko notico that thirty daya from date, 1, C. L.
nt*r of Prince Hupert, H. C, by occupation
likeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commoner of Landa for a licouce to prospoct for
. and petroleum on and under tilt, acrea of
| on Graham laland doacribed aa follow*;
-ommenclng at a poot planted two mllua north
1 E. 11. Coal Lcaee No. 7, markod S. W. cornor
\K. ll- Coal Leaae No. 13, thunce north KU
thonoe eaat 80 chaina,  ihonco aoulh 80
lb, thenoa weat HO chaina to placu of cum-
intent.
1 Sepu 11,1911.    C. K. UAINTEH, Ucator
..Bupt. ea.
i Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoen CbarlotU
lalanda
Jko notioa that Auatin M. Ilrown of Prince
" U. C, occupation aaddler, intonda to
to tha Chief Coramtaaionor of Landa and
i for a licence to proapeel for coal, oil and
leum on and under the fullowlng doacribed
I on tho Waat Coaat of Graham laland:
nendng at a poat planted throe milea easl
i northeaat cornar of C. L. No. 4478 thence
lina eouth, thenoa 80 cbains oaat, thence 80
i north* thenca 80 chaina weat lo point of
���WMt
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, Locator
I of Location Slat July, Ull.
. Aug. 17.
i Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
lalands
notioa that Aualin M. Ilrown of Prince
occupation aaddler, Intenda lo apply to
' Cblcf   Commiaaiooor  of   Landa  tnd   Worka
I licence to proepect for coal and oil and petro-
1 on end under the following deacribed landa
i Weat Coaat of Grabam laland;
nendng at a poat planted three mllua eaat
i aouthweat comer of C. ... No. 4477 tbence
na eaat, thenee 80 chaina north, thence 80
waat, thrnew 80 chaina aouth to point of
lOamant.
AUSTIN M. UKOWN. Locator
of Location, Slat July ly 11.
Aug. 17.
I Land District���DUtrict of Quoen CbarlotU
lalanda
Taka notico that Auatin M. Ilrown ot Prlnea
Baport. occupation aaddler, Inunda to apply to
lW Cwaf Commlaaionar of Landa and Worka for a
a lo prospect for coal, oll and petroleum on and
1 tba following daacribed landa on the Weat
i of Graham laland:
Commanclng at a poal planted three milea east
of ��ba aoulhnut corner o iC. L. No. 4472 lhanc*
MCtfc BO chains, thrnce eaal 80 cbaina, thenee euulh
M chaim, theoce weat 80 cbaina lo point of com-
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Locator
LMatad Auguat Iat, Ull.
.Pub. Au*. 19.
 i Land Diatrict���Dlalrlct of Quern CharloUe
Take nolice thai thirly da>s from date, I, C. i
star of 1'rini-*. Kupert, U. C, by occupation
okkevper, ioUod to apply tu lha Chief Com-
doner of Landa for a Ucvncv to proapect for
 _ and petroleum oo and under 610 acraa of
land on Grabam laland described as Iulki��e:
Commencing al a poat planted live mllea real
Of Coal Leaao No. 44b7, marked C. I. 15. Cual
Laaae No. I, N. 12 crnu. tlioncv woal 80 **i ���*���*������ .
thonce aoulh 80 cliaiua, tbence eaat 80 chatna,
thence north 80 chaina lo place uf commencement.
Datad SepU 11,1911 C. I. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sepl ..J.
BkMU Land Dlatrlct-DUtrlct of Coo*t Kongo 5
Kuum H��Ur�� lh,t L��.Uoy A Ur��nt ot Vtlicv
toL. V_r- *,' u��uP,lUoD ��lv�� englneei. Intwda
dwfit'jd^Sa. l"r���� * mChU0 lhB Uowta��
Cummenelng at a ooal planted about 3 1-2 mllee
SJ! SPrrt-flra"011 fro,n tha northoaat corner
SS .�� SHE* .thoflc*' nurth 60 chttln"i thonco
ESt S }fnktot rt,v". thonco aouth /ollowing
ESSLTiIF! t0 ,,oint oI cummencoraont: con
luiiilna L6Q ucroa, moro or luaa.
I ub. Oct. 10. Gordon fl, Emmeraon, Agent
BkNM Und District���DUtrlct of Coaat IUnge i*
mSSP! SM f��uta McTavUh of Vancouver,
occupation marrlud woman, intunds to apply
laiiJI? l�� vwcllWK tbo Allowing doacribed
v,,i,'on"ncncln�� ��l I post plantod at tho north-
from Nt. corner of Lot lllti. lUrvoy'a Survey
ftSS 'Strict Hango 6, thonco 20 chaitia aouth,
SH2 K cm,w wul' lhun�� ft TOM north,
SSS tS B? *""'��� thuncu ���� chatna aouth,
Ihenco 40 chuina woat lo post ol commencement
dontainlng -too acroa mora or loaa.
Duu-d Sept. 18, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
1 ub. Sept. 23 Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skoona Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Coaat Hange &
luko noticu ihat Mlau Mary Muiville of Clare,
Ireland, occupation apinater, Inunda to apply
lor pvnuiwion to purchaae tho (ollowing duenbed
landa:
Commoncing at a poat planted one chaina north
oi thu auuihoaat cornur of Lot 032, thenco north
40 cliuins, thunce eual 20 cbaina, tnuncu aoulb 40
chuina, Uumou wuat 20 chaina lo point of com-
niencumunt; conUining uighLy acrus, mure or luaa
Dated OcU II, 1911. MISS MAKV MULV1LLE
I'ub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agenl
Uella Coola Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Cuaat lUng
3
luke notico that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ira-
laud, occupaUon gentleman, intenda lo apply
for pi-rmisaiun lo leaae lha following deacribed
landa;
Commoncing at a poat planted on tho ahoro
of Nuclociaconnay Hiver about 10 cbaina waat
uf Induu Kwurve Line ,thenco weat 60 chaina
following the channel of Noclecuconnay Hiver,
ibence aoulh 80 chaina more or laaa to channel
ol Bella Coola Hlver, Ihenee following channel
of Uella Coola Hlver oaaurly 60 chaina, north
80 chaina inure or loaa to point of commencement;
cunuiiung 4bt) acrea, more or li
"     1911.
Dated August 28,
Pub. Sepu 80.
II.  M. CUFF
William McNair, Agent
 i Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen CharlolU
i Taka ooiioe thai ihirty days from dato, I, C. h
Bainur ol Prim* Huper*. II. < -. b> occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
���iaafirnsr of Unda for a licence to prospect lor
���oal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa oi
land on Gruham Island deaenbed u follosra:
Commencing al a port pUnted live milt-a tui
of Coal Leaao No. 44bi, marked ' ���  '     U. N. ��
Loonier No. 2, Ibence aoulh 80 chains, thrnce east
190 ahalna, tbrnco nortb 80 chains, thenco w��t
f M ehaina to place of commencement.	
B-Sdhapi. 11, UIL    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I Sapu Zi.
LAND LKASE NOTICE
Take
Und Districl-DlaUict of Coast Kanga :,
notice lhat we the undersigned. Alfred
,an Garde and Win. M. Johnston of Prince
t, BC occupation mintrut engineer and
^clor. InUnd to apply  for permission   to
Uia following described land
Skoona Und DUlrict���DUuict of Coaat Hange 6
Take notica that Benjamin Huaaal Htoo of
Priucu Hupurt, U. C, occupation waiter, intonda
to upply lur porouaaion to purebaaa lha following
deaenned landa:
Commencing at a poat,planUd oJ chaina aoulh
(rom the auuibeaal corner of Ul 3060. Poat
markod U. IU H S. E. Corner, tbenoo 70 chaina
weat, thonce *>���> chaiiu norlh, thenoa 70 cbaina
aaal, thonco 6& chaina aouth to point of com-
menevment, containing I-j.> acrea mora or laaa.
UENJAM1N   KUSSEL HICK
Daiod October 21, 1911.
Pub. Not. -!.
Skoena Und DUUict���DUtricl of Caaaiar
Taka notioe lhat Angus Jamea   McKonaw of
Vancouver, it, C, occupation bookkeeiMtf, tnudnna
to apply (or permUaioo to purchaao tha following
duacnued landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at tho con
lluenee uf Ulackwater rivar with Naaa rivar, about
two tndea aoutb from tbe aUlh Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Poat markod A. J. M. N. W, Corner,
liiunco 80 chaina aoulh, thoooa 80 chaina aaat
tbenoo 80 chaina norlh, thonoe 80 chaina want
to point ot commencement, conulnlng 640 acraa
mora or loaa.
ANGUS JAMES McKENZlE
Dated Sepu 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und DUUict���DUUict of Caaalar
Taka notice lhal Herbert McUnnan of  Van-
eouvar. U. C, occupauon rval eaUU agent. InUnda
lo appl>' for pormiaaion to purchaaa tba following
dueenbed Und*;
Commencing al a poat pUnled at lho eon-
iLn tu- of Ulackwater rivar with tba Naaa rivor
about taro milaa aoulb ot the aulh Dominion
i'eli-graph cabin. Poal markad II. M. N. K.
Corner, Ihenca 80 chaina aoulh, tbenea 80 ehaina
areat, tbanoo 80 chaina north, thenca 80 chaina
aaal to point of commencomenu containing 640
acroa moro or laaa.
D.i��l tat 2.1, Ull       IJEHUEHT McLENNAN
Pub. Nov. ft.
Skoena Und DUtriet���DUtrict cf Coaal Kange ft
Take notica lhal 1, Cbrtetopbor Jamea Graham
ot Prinoa Hup rt, H. C, occupaUon locomoUve
enginsvr, inUnd to uppl> for permiasion to purchase
the following daacribed lands.
Commoncing at a poat planled at lha euulh*
aaat cornar of Lot No. - ������*���> vidnlty of Uka
L-ikeUe and marked Chnatopbar J- Grabam
N. E. Cornar, thence waat 40 chaina, tbenee aoulb
ao ehaina, thanca aaal 40 chaina, ihenca north eO
cbaina to poat of commencement; containing
.i.:-j aciaa, mote nr Uaa.
CHKISTOPHEH JAS,  CKAHAM,  Locator
Datod SepU 22. Ull  ll.&ft A.M.���WitnaaaodT. D
Laud.
Puh Set*. 30.
Skeana Uod DUlrict���Dialricl ot Caaaiar
Taka notioe tbat IU IL Stewart of Vanoouvor,
li.  C-,  occupaUon  truckman,  InUnda  m apply
(or parmiaaion to purebaaa Ibe followine daacribed
landa:
Commendng al a poat planted 40 ehalna aouth
of it* * -ii.pium No. 397 and ft2 chaina aaat (rom
the Naaa Rivar (S. W. t'.). tbenoe 40 chaina *���****.
thenn 40 chaina north, thenre 40 ehalna waat,
theoce 40 ehains aouth to the point of commencemenl to contain 160 acraa mora or leaa,
KICUAKD TOWARD STEWAKT
DaUd Aug, 1911. Jumna T. Fullerlon, Agent
Pub. SapU 23.
Skeana Land DUuict -DUtrirt of Coaal Hange ft
Taka notice tbat Harold E. Smith of Merely.
Alls , occupation station agent, intends to apply
lor parnUtfon to purcbaae the following deaenbed
landa:
Commendng al a poat planted at tho aoulb
waat cornar 100 chaina aaat and 20 chaina north
Irom N. E. vomer of Ut Ilia, llarvwy'a Survey
miwi.iiwwiiis.ivn..".-*-- ,    ltvm  n,,   fc,,  vomer Ol  l-oi  sue,  uwf-j ��� o-utwv
G����mencintatn|H��tMl��ni^l'*^ Coaat DUtrict Haoge 6, ibeoce 40 cbaina aaau
TrwSuUon.t^T.P.KySi-tionandappr^ ��o ehaina niilb, lhance 40 chaina wi
K miles eaal of PniiroKupeiU thence nor in   lbfCC> ^ ehtlBi ^^^ ^ po,*, 0( eomroenc*ement
R*d
ac
na. thence eaal Z�� chaina, thence eouth 2&
ua more or leaa lo   railway  grade    thence
itarly 26 chains more or less following MM
Jt to point of commencemenl and containing
"rW��r ^ ALKKED CHRISTIAN GARDE
WILLIAM M.JOHNSON
.��
W Nov.��. l��ll
1*��.*..'*. I'.'ll
I Coola Uod DUtficl-DUtrict ol Coart lUnj.
..rriuiinn, 3110 met*a, mora or 1*���*���.
I..I.-I Umax, It, DU. HAKOLD E. SMITH
I'ub. 891. It. I- ra-l W. Boklar. Agaa
Sknna lj> I lj.ttict-Iie.inci ol Coaat IUn|. 6
Taka notln Ih.l 1, Uor-don C. Kmrorraon ol
I'iiik. Hupart, B. C-, oompaUon raal Mall
brok��, Inland lo apply lof parmlailon to pur-
cbaaa Uw li.lli.win_ tealbad landai
Commands al a poat plantad  about  8  ��-���
intle. In a norlhi>fl>- Jlractlon Irom tha north-Mat
,      ,,       r     m   , HU ol Kunilalk. Ire    rorn�� port ol Ul UW. lUnt�� i. Coaat "��"�����;
nolk. thai II. ���-     ��i.��h. i�� annlV l��.   ibanca  nortii  40 cluuiia,  Ibanc* -art    la  tint
conation WgTg-JgMtfgj"   B Ih-nc. ��,u.h lollop., rl,., bank lo point
aaaWm ��� mP**^*l^SS E ��'mBW"wm��'tl "��u"*1** *** *"*** ""* "
aKr^w^ SBs Ktfrtk*m ao��uoNc'KMkER8oN
ij^dary o( cannwy !.��-. lh."** '������"1"�� , ' ub* *** ****
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ma*W*a\aaTa**m B" *���***���** "<'   S. *** ***** g�� TU&ttZ
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luo...Co^UndDl..rict-Obu.c.o,C-.. .UnP j �� ,������. u. mo. ^^g
T.k. nolle lhal II- I-l- -Cliff ol l.un.lalk. Ire    w _h,in, north. Ih.nca CO chain.r .-rt. I1""" �����
l.nHL-&S   -rcntlrnian.   Inlrml.   lo   appl,    cb.(n. foulh to pc-t ol eomm.ncn.ent   contalnln,
^S,  xo  am*   I"*'  lollo-i"��  d��cr.b��l   S ��reamo- ���;_k~
lor  permiaaion  to  I
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raat ******
mant; conUining ?<>��'"���
hated August 31, Ull-
Tub. bepu     . ....,:. ti   .,     .   ,     _
Maai_i��sH>sa<M>�� g^l^M
���     ><���*" ** *** *""' "'���%. am I ,Vn.m.lTlo, permi'.^w pur-haiTS. lollo^n,
William McNair. A��ent   aaaXml landa: mm
Commendn, at a  pat, Imma^l^em maa*
Tako i
���***t��mw** a. a port planted at tha N. W.   -*tm mora or le-.       RLKS waLIAM HAM
SSKySra4 hc.r��i5.,nor, ^^hm. aat
. ,i.- su chains m��.re or l��a io ���**���*"**��� *���.
Sm MWgS * -* ffViStn j    ske.n. Und *m*\a*J***t** issfrm.
couyet,  ii* * ��� i        ���urchaae lhe lollo.ln,
lll'llir <
.- B*i.lw th*
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ITEMS OF.
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All Want to Fight Longboat.
Blnoo T.jiii Longboat, the Indian lung dlstanoo runner, an-
nounoed his Intention to ontor
ilm ring a.s a lightweight boxer
with iho hope of developing Into
a heavyweight "white bopo," he
hits boon li.'s.'iKo.l with chal-
longes, The joke is that most of
Ihem are from men be has ilo-
t'.'iii.'.l on the running traok, hul
who think lhal ihey oan avenge
themselves wllh their mills.
Charlie llelleron, tho South
Afrloan runner, is ono who is
anxious lo have a bout with
Longboat, He says: I am quite
willing lo hux Longboat from ono
to twenty three-minute rounds.
l have nn science whatever, although I went to a boxing school
in Afrioa under Barney Malone,
Hip ohamplon lightweight of that,
district. My weight is about 153
pounds. 1 dtin't. .say I can heat
Turn, but I have my doubts
wliellier lie can make mo bit the
floor."
.Ioc Wagner, belter known as
the "W'alkerton Bruiser," also
wishes lo challenge I.oiighoal for
a light from six rounds up. Wagner was formerly a sparring partner of Tommy Hums, but has
paver fought a professional fight.
The Indian's mail bag is being
loaded up every day with challenges.
Suitable
Christmas
Gifts
*
Almoat countless nre the
number nf appruprititc gilt
thi.ilJs aliown in our new
oataloKue���ranging in price
from ISo up.
There are 124 page, ol
Diamond*, Jewelry, Silver-
ware, China, Cut Class,
Leather Good, and Novel-
lie*���write ior it, it is free
for the asking.
We prepay all delivery
charge, on every article
purchased Irom us, guarantee
���afe delivery and immediately refund the full purchase
price ii the goods are not
entirely satisfactory.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Caaada'a Largest Jcwcliy House
i/aa. Ryrie, Prt*.
Harry fiynt, 8ttc.-Trea*.
134-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
= THE COSY CORNER -
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Matt Wells Is III.
A cable despatch from London
announces that Malt Wells,
champion lightweight of Knglan.l,
just returned from America, is
believed lo bo dying of erysipelas.
The specialists refuse lo hold
out any hope for bis recovery.
Wells defeated Altell, Leach,
Cross ami Knockout Hrown while
in America, but failed lo get a
match wilb  Wolgast  or Packoy
McFarland. He was hardly ashore
when stricken.
GRMWr
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Christmas and
New Year Sailings
l.t. Prince Rupert
Yachting at Vanoouver.
II has been decided that a big
International regattn will he held
al Vancouver under the auspices
of the Nortii Wesl International
Yacht Hm-1ng Association on July
I, 2 and S next. I'lons were agreed
..n for the general outline of a
restricted eluss eligible for tho
Alexandra trophy rooes, whieh is
almost next ill importance lo the
America i-iip.The unanimous support of the American yachl clubs
as well as lhal of Victoria, which
has been pledged for the holding
>.f the hig regalia.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis boal
house.
Charge Dismissed.
The Qalderoni blind pig case
was dismissed by Magistrate
Ciii-ss Saturday morning owing
lo coiiilict of evidence. Mr. L. W.
Patmore was lho lawyer for lhe
defense.
Warm, clean rooms al Savoy.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER -  BESNER,   I'kohiiktoks
The New Knox Hotel la run on the European
rrlan.   Flrat-claaa aervlc*.   All tha Lat*at Mod*rn
mprovemont*. -!���:��� BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
; FRED. STORK
-������
General Hardware
*���
I
  I
Builders' Hardware |
Valvea e. Pipes      Oxford Stovea   j
Granlteware       Tinware *
Laava Prlnea Rupart Thursday at 8:30
p. m., Deo. 21el and 28th, arriving In Vanoouver early Saturday morning, Dec. 23d
and 30th.
MAKE   VOUR   RESERVATIONS   EARLY
Phon* 260
SS. Princ* John for SUwarl 10 a. m.,
D*o. 20th and 27th.
Pr**anl  ach*dul*  will  remain   In  affect
until *l)ov* dalee.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsilol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous  Prlrcess
Line
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH
Princess May
Thursday, December 21*1, al 9 a.m.
For Victoria, Vancouvar and Seattle
J. G. McNab . General Agenl
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
Oflle*: Srd Ave. Workahnp
Phone 174 2nd A .-e. bet. 7th and -Hi Su
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladiea of Princo Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
VV   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ic an.l Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
II. Gordon Mum.. W. Nlt-holeon UUey
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
PAPER BAG COOKERY
M. Soyers Famous Methods Oan
Be Applied by Any Housewife.
SECOND -  AVENUE n
SHShiM'r^^;
M. <'l.l1T;D��aMA^,,-*'-*���--���
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
Meets in the Helgerson Block;
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. O.
J. 0LUCK, Sec.
Savoy Hotel
C, Fraae. ami 6th.        Choice Win*, and Clsara
wjpiitrs rALACi  or  commit
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply  at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
������~~���---
Every i'rince itupert housewife
has probably board of the Invention of paper bag cookery by M.
Soyer, lhe famous French chef
and fond expert. Food cooked
in Ihis way beootnos most de-
lioiously lender ami retains all
lhe nutritious and succulent
juii.es of the meats and vegetables bo treated.
By    selecting   olean,    strong
paper it is possible for any
housewife In make the cookery
hags by pasting tbe joints witli
ii starch paste and greasing the
hairs well, after the paste is
properly dry, except when the bag
lo cook vegetables is to have
water added. The imiulli of Ihu
hag .should he clipped and closed
wiih a wire paper clip.
To conk according io M. -oyer's
direct inns you place hag is oven
(gas, coal or oil nn grid shelves
or wire broilers, never on solid
shelves. Place seam side up always. Do mil move or open hags
when once placed for cooking. Pul
rousts and entrees on lower shelf,
lish on lhe middle, pastry, etc.,
mi the lop where lhe heat is most
intense. Huve oven hot (.'00 degrees Fahr.) hy lighting the gas
eight minutes before pulling in
hag, I lieu slack heat one-third to
one-half as loop as the hag colliers turn brown. Do not let hag
I.mch sides of oven or Ihe gas
Haines. Adhere to time given in
recipes, Ihen food will be well
conked.
Take up hag hy slipping the lid
..f a liu pnt uiiderlieatll. To secure gravy, lei out water, etc.,
slick a pinhole in bottom of hag
and drain over a dish.
Except in rase of pies, no dish
should he used in paper hag cooking.
M. BO-BR'S RECIPES.
Sirloin II..und or Itihs of Beef
���(irense well with droppings
ihut Ihis is nol absolutely necessary . Put the joint in a bag
Do not season the joint before a
m..derale oven. For a Ibi-ce-
pnuiid joint allow forty-live minutes; a seven-pound joint, an
hour and twenty minutes; fourteen pounds, Iwo hours and fifteen minutes; SO pounds, threo
hours.
Veal, mutton or pork can he
.���linked in the same way ns beef.
If a thick gravy is required roll
lhe joint in Hour before placing
in the hag. Allow lhe same time
as for beef.
it..ast chicken ��� Cover the
breast of the fowl or chicken wiih
butler or drippings, or, better
siill, lie a piece of fat bacon over
il. Place in a hag and set on
broiler in a hot oven. Allow
twenty-live minutes for a small
spring chicken, thirty-live minutes for a large fnwl, forly-llve
I., lifty minutes (according lo
site   fm- stuffed poultry or game,
in a moderate oven.
It..ast Turkey or (loose���Allow
..tie ami a quarter hours in a
mud.'nil.> nven; if sliilTeil. allow
one hour an.l forly-llve minutes
In Iwo In.urs, according to size.
lover, clny in her hands, In mnld
wliiclieu'r way she will, has much
lo learn. The average lover will
du everything In the world to
please iho woman whoso affoolion ami osloom h. oraves. Hut
even he will hall suddenly uml
Often over some trilling affair, ut
thai.
A husband is mnre in ii I of
ii male wlinse wisdom he is iml
above listening in, since theirs is
a life-long voyage, with no port
to reach, where the caplain might
ship lho male, if that personage
failed tn please.
Lovers should he amenable to
each other's iiilluenee; each willing lo give way lo the other,
where it can he slmwii which is
nearer right. No woman should
marry a man over whom she has
III lie nr im iiilluenee, for hu generally proves in be a martinet in
the household,
Happiness certainly depends
Upon  the wise choice of a male.
If a girl knows beforehand thai
sin- has no iiilluenee with a lover,
how could sin- reastiiiubly expect
iiiiii be would in- deferential t<>
her opinion utter marriage?
lu wedlock I here should be a
unison of ideas, ami a willingness of each to accepl lhe judgment of lhc olher. When a husband is obstinate and determined
nol to listen to reason the future
cannot have a rosy outlook. He
is apt lo become set iu hia ways
as tlie years roll on.
No girl should expect a lover
lo give her her uun way in all
things. If she errs in her judgment or insists upon that which
she knows is iml for her good, il
is plainly his duly to show her
where she is wrong and gently
hul (Irmly refuse lo give her her
way. Any woman must respect
u manly man who hus good judgment, knows when he is right und
holds to his own true convictions.
STUART &  STEWART
AITOI'NTANTS -I-  AUDIIORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CAItSS,
ol ltr.ti.lr -Columbia
and Mat.it-.lea llara.
V. 1IKNMKTT, B.A.
ol It.'.. Ontario, S*a-
katcttewan and Alberta llara.
CARSS & BENNETT
ItAKitisTKiis, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exrhanito hlock. corner Third avenue and
Klalh atroct. Prlnco Ruuert. B
Crowded for room���must discontinue   our   loy   department;
everything in toys, dolls, guinea,
etc., at cosl.   Wullucc's. If
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown an.l Bridge Work a Specialty.
All el.'iiinl oporatl.-tta aklllully treated. Gaa and
local anaathellc. odniliilatered for lh.* palnlnaa extraction of teeth, f-onaulution free. Oflleca:
HelKcraon Pluck, l'nnce Kutei t 11-12
Alea.M.Hanaon HA.     ll'H'li ii.a ,i..ui
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.(
p.;o. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
itt'H. or wu. toxoN, esq.. A.R.A.M.. ion., tsa
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AtlENTY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Uie and Accident In.uran. c
' 1 - 3rd Avenuo Phone 2u1 and Or**n 262
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY   MANl'PACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th St*
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two coltaget cori.er Second Avenue ond
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots In all parts ol the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in tho City.
Don'l  forget that you can find
n   oomplolo  line  of Hand  Hags,
Suit en-.* Umbrellas with gold
llll.<d and sterling silver handles.
Cray's    Jewelry    Store.      Prices
right. if
HUSBANDS AND LOVERS
Is a Good Lover Sure to Prove a
Good Husband?
The girl who expects I., lind a
What Is Your Family Worth?
If your family is worth the best
you can afTord in house and food
and clnihe... is il nol worth the
best reading as well? And lhc
best reading���best for boys and
girls, best for men and women���
is (o be found in Tho Youth's
Companion.
Of stories alone The Companion will print nearly ���**<*< in 1918.
Willi nil lhc rest of the paper
thrown in, and counting the
glorious long serial stories, Ihey
cost the subscriber less than a
rent apiece. Moreover, you will
look long before you will lind
stories so varied und interesting;
-i'lll.- of coolness in tlio face of
peril, strange adventures Willi
creatures of the forest and the
sea; moving stories of life's obscure heroisms; stories brecry
with good-natured humor, quaint
and  curious character sketches.
.Now la the lime to subscribe,
fnr the new subscriber in Canada
will receive free from the lime
his ***! is received all Ilm issues
fnr lhe remaining weeks of lull,
containing the opening chapters
nf llulpli I). Panic's greal seriul
Story of the lioxer rebellion,
"The Cross and the Dragon."
Ami I here is the gift of The Coin,
paiiion calendar for 1012, "On
lhe New Kngland Coasl,' lithographed in ten colors and gold.
Only 1*2 now to Canailiun subscribers, but on January I, 191S,
the subscription price will hc .nl
vanced to $2.25. The Youth's
Companion, 144 Berkeley 81.,
Host.in, Mass. New subscript inns
received   at   this   ofllce.
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REAL   ESTATS
Kiuumkalum Land For Sale
KIT.SI.MKAI.ru . |<    (*.
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Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naccs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
r.ati.al (....��� Sam, Uttm: Urn Balal. ar
I'HONE 71
E. L. FISHER
Funaral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE   IM.
OPEN DAY AND N'l.iilT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS UM EMBALMERB
Funeral   lie.,   i ���-.
i.l Ave. near -th St. Phon* No. M
moNK .vi p.o. aox SM
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For
llu.a**. Slorare and  Forwardlnc Aaf-nta
Rl*- or Motor Car dar or nlaht
8e����nth Ave. and Folton
Phon. 101
C. D. RAND
Second Ava.
Phon* 112
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Special Notice
A telegram received at the Arctic Studio announces increase
on Christmas Cut Flowers. The advance in Rupert will be
as slight us possible but unavoidable. Anyone desiring to cancel their order will confer a favor on as if they do so at once.
The Arctic Studio
Phone Green 336
WATCH    THE   MC,    FURNITt'E    STORE    FOR   (IRANI!    DISPLAY   OF
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We have  received  them  in  great tpiantities and will display
something far exceeding any other altempt in Prince Rupert.
WE  ARE  COMPLETE   HOUSK   FURNISHERS
F. W. HART     Kn,^���tti���jrh     Hart Block
Xmas Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy baskets and boxes
also it full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block - - Phone 56
A COLUMN OF
LOCAL JOTTINGS
Little Itams of Peraonal Interett
About People and Things In
Prinoe Rupert That Are in the
Day's Happenings.
Christinas Social.
The Scandinavian Sociely Valhalla of S. II. St, B. F. is making
preparations for an enjoyable
-"iini with danoe In K. of lv Hail
Saturday, Dec. .'loth, al 8 p. in.
.Music by ilray's nrrlicslra
i lenllomon 11,50; ladies free
d10-23
Robert Jennings, road super*.
inii'iiili'iii. has returned i>. Hupert
afler a round of his dlslrloL
Christmas Gifts In Ohlna.
Keeley's    elegnnf    display    of
hand    painted    China    in    wide
rsnge of variety and price is nt-
trsotlng the Christmas shoppers
if
The C, I'. II. sleaiiici- Princess
Alary lefi for Ihe soulh on Saturday nighl Willi passengers and
mail.
Al   cost,   loys,  dolls,   gniues-
W.-illiicc'.i, If
In preside nl (lie meeting of Se ���-
lion .' properly owners lo be held
in llie cily poliei mi room loin, .i-i-.iw night,
There arrived yoslerdoy a largo
shipment of Out Olass, Royal
Crown Derby China, hand painted
China and many olher beautiful
lines ������specially attractive and
appropriate for Xmas gifls. Call
ill Walk's before you buy.      tf
Christmas Carda,
Extraordinary   sssortment   ai
Keeley's. If
Cily Oounoil Tonight.
The Clt) Counoil will meel tonight, general business being
sohodulod wiih no partloular subject of Importance lo some up
oxoepl ihe opening of landers for
lhc    pipe    line    Wll Iiiii    Hie    city
limits.
Christmas dinner���friends In-
vile.I. exli-n dishes, glasses, linen
ucc.led. Everything in these
lines.  Wallace's. if
Camosun South.
The Camosun arrived nn lime
from Slewarl yestsrdsy and left
ni i> p. m. for Vanoouver- calling
al Ocean PallS on Hie way.   Thc
Camosun booked a fair passenger
list.
Industrial Lecturor J, 8. Biscay spoke in ihe Majestic The-
Blre  lasi   nighl  on  the  Iheiiip of
'I'lic Boarlel Woman."   The hail
was well tilled.
I'm.' line of work baskets filled
with cnndy. If you want a good
one you had belter havo il laid
aside. Christmas Blockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
Mayor WIII Be There.
Mayor Manson has promised
WOMAN HEAVILY FINED
Austrian "Mary" Supplied Whisky
Without License��� Fined $200.
An Austrian woman giving llic
nun' of Mary, and accompanied
hy a pretty Iiif Ic girl of five or
six. plea.led guilly today lo the
charge of having sold liquor
Without ii license. She was flllf'tl
MOO and costs.
fine lli'iiil/.iiinn Player Piano
to he sncriflccd for cash al
Winks. tf
"The News" Classified Ads*
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
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-THERE   ARE   NO
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'DEAD   ONES"   HERE-
CARS CRASH
DURING FOG
Two Instantly Killed, Many Injured In Kansas City Thla
Morning���Darkness and Fog
Caused   Disaster  at  Crossing.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Kansas Cily, lie.-. 18.���Two
persons were killed and many injured ihis morning when iwo
trolley cars uu I al a (Tossing and
were badly wrecked in a fog. The
trolley men could not pull up in
lime lo avert disaster. Flying
glass dealt serious injuries to
lhe faces and heads of passengers
ami a number had limbs frao-
llll'.'.l.
BUILDING NEW
REGISTRY OFFICE
Men at Work This Morning
Cleaning Site���Only a Temporary Shack Will Be Ereeted
Meantime.
Preparations are being made
this morning for llu- erection of
temporary olUcoa for the Land
Registry departmenL A gang of
men started to clear up llic
charred embers and slake oul lhe
foundations of the new premises,
winch will he as Inexpensive ami
temporary as will aervo the needs
of lhe otllcuils iiiii il a new nnd
substantial permanent building
can he erected.
li is believed lhal this will
commence in spring, bui whether
Hie site will l.e lh.' same ns lhal
now occupied by lhe permiiuciil
I.nil.Inu.-- i*r uol is not sellled \.*I.
Phone 150
Hie Insurance People
1*1 re
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
na
Mack Realty & Insurance
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Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
W** refund  ����ur  mows-  If  w* do  not
twh jfiiu to darter fur thr  prjc*
of on*  tMtrt,
Wednesdays   and   Saturday!
In Soni of KnffIi.mJ Hall: at * p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
XMAS GIFTS
Thr- BMBI spproprlali- ��n<t mosi
il'l'i.iiai..1 Xmt* (Ilia an- usually
r.niiiil   In   well   a|.|...itili-.l   Jewelry
lions.
Today **.<��� hair tlio iin..| MOTO'lSlS
anil In -I a-.i.rlnl stork ol (Itcalilc
(tills nor shown in Ituperl.
Our Out aiata tll.pl*)- in a worthy
OBI     Inclusive,  ctrllislv.-.
Tlun iiiini .1. ...i.tt.'.i china make*
a ilainly irini-mliranr.. We have
MOOKftfl antl liiiyal crown Derl.y.
Our Jawalr-t rmlrla'ses anvthlnr
we have ever Itefnrc shown, and III
all our eiperlenri* ne never hail
heller *e.eKl. lur lhe money.
Wark's
t��y*mm..,.
.THIRD AVENUE JEWKI,ERf*..
ike euy ter w
i
Le.
For Rent
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We Pay Highest'Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lend.
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
For Rent-Two rimm.-.l ent.in. cloae to McBride,
freahly papered and clean, only $10 per month.
H F. McRae A Co. t-f
roll RENT���Furiilsliiil looms for gentlo-
mi'ii only; best lur.illoii mid nnesl view
In llio elly.    Phono ureen 338.    Modern
conveniences, ��8i-S8��
Insurance
 .
I^ll^lt***-*!^
WEDDING WAS
A MERRY ONE
Mlas 8ophle Handenaohlld Becomes Bride of Mr. Tom Bellinger on Saturday Evening-
Young Couple Well Known.
OUR Companle* arc noted for prompt and juat
settlements. Wo write every known claaa ot
Insurance. Tho Mack Realty and Insurance C��\
��JjW0.
BMeooooeoo"
Christmas Giving
1 ��� ._ -- -       o
There is more than one article
'le here suitable tm* r...i���.
ing that will compel your Inspection552[yoor,S���-.
inv-
Pipes and
Smokers*
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
makej Q. b. d. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, olgar
cases, oigarette oases, cigar
holders, cigarette holdeis
pipe racks, smoking set--'
tobacco Jars, ash trays, sil-'
ver match boxes, etc.
Wanted
~1
Wanted -General Servant.
Apply Mra. I.. W. Patmore.
Other maid kept,
tf
Wanted to rent or lease by first of January, 6 or
ti room modern houae, cloae In.   State terms to
Boats,
rlaternlty nuree open  for emrairement.
Box 2159 News.
Apply
tf
Wnnted. ��� Dreaamaklna. cleaning and pressing, repairing f.*r men and women. Mra Charles
I'ercher. 820 Third Ave.   Phon* 294 Red.     tf
WANTED���Yoiltll wiili business rollout!
mulling io learn . wholesale trail.* in
niiii i*.    Apply, wiih p.ii in'iii.ii'.. io ii.'\
III. .News olBce, S80-SU3
MMiliV���Why remain lonelyf The Ineil
ion 'iiiniieeii Club leads to happiness. A
-no nv   private,   high-class,   up-io-dalc
 Hum for properly Introducing worthy,
marriageable people of any nationality,
ii iik-teen, age, or nnanclal condition.
.Many people walling, rich and poor.
e.n in ui.ii- fret', plain, tt'tled envelope.
j. C Wilson, bui 1776, Vancouver, li. C.
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Lost and Found
LOST- In vifiiniy i.r Seal Cove on Sixth
���or . a prayer book set in leather case
kimlly i.l ti t ii lo .News i.ilii'i'. S88-.SI
For Sale
1
Inn   -nit*-liiriill.iri-
liov   (tl,  fll.V.
for
t-rooin   house.
pa**j*s^s*.
Stenographer
1
Eaatprti stonofmiihrr of wWp experience wants
position. AddrcM "Stenographer," 662 Cordova Si... Vancouver, B.C. t-f
r
Business Chances
|n'\ i worry .iirr.ni rainy days. We do
ninth washing il tl piece* for one
dollar. -!*��� ��� mi care riven linn llatin.
Phone ns. pioneer Siaim Laundry.
ISo-SOO
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Card* of Prine* Rupert, oc-
cupat.i.n Mining Knglneer, give nutlc* that on tht
2*lhday of Decemhcr. 1911. I intend to apply lo
.he Waler C.-r-im<aainn#r at hla office In Prince
Hupert for a license la lake and ua* Iwo cubic
feet of waler per second from an unnamed atream
in the District of Ca.t Range ft. Ski-n* Division.
1-4 mile east of the Tya* Station. CT P. Rv.
The waler Is to l��- taken from th* Mrf-tn about
..ne half mile als.vr ii. uutlet, and la to b* ua*d
for developing ix.wer for a quary situated *t tlir
outlet of aaid creek, along th* Railway grade.
_ ALFRED CHRISTIAN CARDK
Dated Nov..ml,. 1911, 441
NOTICI TO OONT1M0T0RS.
Tenders will be received by Ihe unilcr-
���iKiii'd up l�� - t>. m. Monday, unit Decern-
bar, ivll, for ihe ...ii-iiti. 11,,11 of a plank
I--i.lv. 11 on ilu- norlh aide of First avenue
li.'lu.-iii *-..,nil, .ireel and ihe junction
of Flrsl an.l Second avenues, plans and
���pcrifiraiion. may be seen and forms or
lender obla.niil ai the olllce of Ibe City
Fllglneer.
Lowest nr any lender nol necessarily
arrepled.
IMINKST   A.  WOODS,
cily clerk.
WM.   Mill I un   DAVIS,
" Cily Engineer.
Shoes*.
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
-I ..... I.   A I I -. '   I .
raiMrit nrrr.RT
LINDSAY'S Tt^e-
C T. P. Transfer Af ani*
Order* promptly SIM.   Prie*�� rauonabl*.
OFFICE- II. B. Rochester. Centn St    Phon* t*
Fine View Corner
-IN SECTION   TWO���
$2,250
SNAP   -   $525 Each
LoU 13, 14, IS, Block 28, Section 5
A popular wedding which took
piaoe on Saturday night was that
of Miss Sophio Handenschild lo
Mr. Thomas l.allingcr, both well
known amongst the, youthful
"old-timers" of the city. The
wedding was solemnized by Rev.
W. II. McLeod and took placo at
Ihe Baptist manse. After the
ceremony tho young couplo was
escorted to their residence on
Seventh avenue, whore a merry
gathering was held, the party of
friends who assembled including
Mrs. Iliiiidenschild, mother of lhe
bride; Mr. and Mrs. F. Wish, with
Iheir daughter, Miss Wish; Mr.
It. McCutcheon, Mr. F. McKinnon,
W. J. Quinlan, F. Nicholls and
others, including lhe bride's
brother. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson were amongsl the invited
guests and contributed to the list
of handsome presents, which included gifts from Mr. George Tite
and staff, with whom the bridegroom is employed. It will be recalled that the bride's sister Rosa
wns recently bride al another
pretty wedding in thc city.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars anil
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
('all and see our select stock
of diamonds and gem rings. J. S.
Gray & Sons' Jewelry Store,   tf
SMALLPOX IN TORONTO
Bank Manager Sueoumbs to the
Outbreak of Dieeaae.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Toronto, Dec. 18.���Smallpox
has broken out here ami one
death occurred lodny. It was that
of Mr. McNaughlon, a well-known
I.nuk manager of the city.
liiMiiiiful "open stock" dinner
and lea sels���over a ton weight
of Ihem just roceived direct from
England. Tasleful patterns, open slock, medium- prices. Wai
lace's. tf
THE WEATHER.
Twenly-foiir hours ending 5
a. in., Dec. 18: Bar., 29.031; max.
lemp., 15.0; min. temp., -10; rain,
1.05.
TRY   THE  "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
���STORE  WITH   RED  FRONT���
B. Campbell
^^SsSilJHJISilSili
.THE.
���a*-**,* ***mt, -^
Geo. D. Tite's
mmm*rmamas,rm.mmmtmms     STORE    �������**"������*��-������-������������������_
shows the way to furnish your home witli quality and economy,
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful than a comfortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety nf good
Dining Room  Furniture,   Buffets,  China CabineU,
Dining Tables and Chairs���leather seats
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���it ���
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 &L    r*
e
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or While.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Porticrs, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
For Good Values is Carpels sod Rags all sizes, Now is Your time lo I
GEO. D. TITE  -  The Home Furnisher I
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THIRD AVENUE, I'lliiNi: 20
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Christmas Needfuls for Hobday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors
Manicure Sets
C H. ORME
Military Brushes
Perfumes
Travelling C
Toilet Willi r-
The Pioneer Druggist
The ^e^jaSSL Store
Pls����
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