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The Daily-News
VOL. II,  NO. 277
Formerly The Prince Rupert O^tiiyiist   ^%\
NEXI
Por
Prince Kupert.
For
Princess May
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday**, December 4, ibfi/.,
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SALE OF SECTION 110 PROPERTY
BROUGHT CLOSE TO $600,000
Property Averaged a Little Over $1,000 a Lot���Proposal to Recognize the Services of the Auctioneer With a Present
of Two Lots Proved Very Popular
At the end of the sale the last
two lots offered, lots 101 and 102
block 20, were withdrawn,  the
The five hundred and eighty
lots sold in section two by the
G.T.P. fetched nearly $600,000.
Expectations of those who pre-
dieted that the lots would fetch '���,dea ^'"K that the G*T'P* heads
half a million were bettered bv'at Montreal be informed of the
$73,335, the sum total of the, suggestion made by Aid. Clayton
prices bid being $573,335. jand heartily approved by the as-
The two best lots in the section! f^blage of buyers, that these
��� . m v.i i _��� .,. u i m|two lo**s be either presented to
lots 10, block 6 and 78, block 20, | Auctioneer Frank Ellia or 8old to
commanding the entrance to; him at the upset price of $700 in
Second, Atlin and Moresby Av-' recognition of his undoubtedly
onues in section two went for excellent services at the sale.
$5,200 and $6,575, being bought j The lots constitute a double cor-
by V. Casley of the Empress j ner on Moresby Avenue and the
Hotel and Wilfrid Grattan of I Lane continuing Fourteeth street.
Vancouver. The suggestion and appreciative
THE CHINESE REBEL ARMY
HOIST FLAG OVER NANKING
Have Formed a Government with Premier and Council   Imperial Viceroy and General Take
Flight���Japan Will Intervene
remarks regarding the auctioneer
were received with approval by
Mr. D. H. Hays who will approach his directors on the matter. The lots had to be exposed
for sale, but were bid down with
laughter by the large assembly.
TOLD THE TRUTH
TO SAVE LIVES
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Los Angeles, Dec. 4.���According to a statement issued today
by the defence in the McNamara
case, when it was certain that
the accused men would be convicted, in order to save their
lives they pleaded guilty and
confessed.
(Continued on page 4.)
Fog at Vancouver
Vancouver, Dec. 4.���(Special)
���Shipping out of this port is all
tied up owing to dense fog prevailing over the waters of the
Gulf and Inlets.
WILL ARREST DARROW ON CHARGE
OF BRIBERY IN McNAMARA TRIAL
Startling Sequel to Dramatic End  of the  Los  Angeles  Trial-
Thirty Arrests of McNamara's  Friends to be
Effected in Indianapolis
(Special to Dally News.)
Los Angeles, Dec. 4-That Clar-
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
ence Darrow, attorney for McNamara Bros., will be arrested
in connection with a bribery
charge was intimated tody by
Attorney Fredericks. The case
against Bert Franklyn accused
of trying to bribe Juror Lock-
(Special to Dally News.)
Nanking, Dec.  4���This city
has been proclaimed the capital
of China and  Huang Hsin was
elected President.
News Reaches Peking
Peking���Official news of the
fall of Nanking states that General Chang Hsang was killed in
the final attack and that General
Tielan and Viceroy Chang Jen
Chung took refuge on a Japanese
warship.
Japan to Intervene
Tokio, Dec. 4-Counsellor Mat-
sui of the Foreign offlce has left
in great haste for Peking to confer with Minister Ijuin about intervention. Britain, Russia and
France are supporting the Japanese move.
The Rebel Flag of China has a red Dsld with a white sun on a blue union.
TRAPPED A MAGNIFICENT
SILVER^FOXJVORTH $600
Joe Belway Made a Lucky Trap Near Mile 65 Last
Week-Railway Seems to Attract Animals
Instead of Scaring Them
was caught  not  far from the
railway.    It is a curious  fact
With the pelt of a beautiful
silver fox valued undressed at
8600, and probably double that
made up, Joe Belway. a well-
known old timer and Skeena river trapper came into his camp
at Mile 65 last week.   Thc fox
A HOODOO IN ON
THIS FAMILY
(Canadian Press DSSPStOh.)
Dublin, Dec. 4.-The Marquis
of Waterford was drowned here
yesterday. This is the third
successive head of the family to
meet a violent death. His father committed suicide because ot
injuries received in thc hunting
field, and his grandfather broke
his neck while riding to hounds.
ranwn^.     **���  ���  - .
so far from the Grand Trunk
Co's works having had the effect
of driving wild animals away
from the line of steel, the creatures seem to be attracted nearer by the bustle of the works.
All Safe and Sound
Victoria, Dec. 4, 2 p.m-
All the passengers and crew
of the Tees are safe following her rescue by the Wm.
Jolliffe. It is stated a over-
hanging cliff prevented the
wireless signals from reaching the outside stations.
A Rift th-tllways pleases-beauti-
ful Chinaware. Many thing, from to
celebrated potteries of Europe.-Wai-
lace's
THE STEAMER TEES IS RESCUED
Was Located by the Tug William Joliffe in Kyuquot Sound Late
Saturday Afternoon���Crew and Passengers Are All Saved
LIFEBOAT WAS PICKEDUNN THE FOG
Crew Were Trying to Reach the Estevan Wireless Station, But Lost Their Way in
the Fog���They Piloted the Jolliffe to the Stranded Ship���The Tees Had
Stripped Her Propellor in Striking Rock���Passengers on Short Rations
(Special to The Daily News)
Victoria, Dec. 4.���The steamer Tees is afloat and all on board are well.
They are now on their way here on the tug William Jolliffe. Late on Saturday afternoon the William Jolliffe after gaining entrance to Kyuquot Sound,
picked up the lifeboat and crew of the Tees who on Wednesday morning left
their ship to get to Estevan wireless station. They had lost their way in the
fog and been without food since and were all in bad shape. They piloted the
Jolliffe to the stranded ship.
It appears the Tees injured her propellor and bent her rudder post on
Wednesday while passing Clay Pits. She struck a submerged rock, then slid
off and anchored.   After the first call of distress the wireless ceased to work.
Her crew and passengers were put on two meals a day as rations were
low. The passengers were transferred to the tug Salvor and will reach here
during the day.
wood
week.
was   continued   for  one;
20,000 DISENFRANCHISED
Montreal   Citizens  Who  Do   Not
Pay Taxes Have Vote Refused.
Montreal,   Dec.   2. ��� Because
they have nui  paid iheir taxes
���.mi,nun piTsutis will mil be allowed
In vi.le ill lhe forthcoming municipal oleolions,
A CONVICTS' PLOT
Kansas Prisoners Had Loaded Revolvers and Dynamite Sent Them.
Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 2.���
Tho finding ..f twelve loaded revolvers and four sticks of dynamite In tho Federal penitentiary
yard today has prevonled a feared
wholesale outbreak ..f convicts,
SEAMAN ON THE
QUADRA IS DEAD
Off to England.
ll. d. Robinson of the Ruperl
Marine Iron Works lefi for lhe
ohl Country on a business visit
in iii-1 aboul three months. Mr.
iiiiiiiiisnii left by the Princess
Mary.
Visited Wreok.
Captain Babington left in the
launch Rover today for the scene
nf ihe wreok of the Carrondelet.
ll is undrslood now that, the old
barque Is beyond Halving, her
Imck being broken.
Mrs. William S. Hail will nol
receive  on   Wednesday  of  thia
week.
Duncan Andrews a seaman on
board the C.S.S. Quadra died today at the hospital where he had
been hurried suffering from Ce-
rebro spinal meningitis, and the
Quadra flew her flag at half
mast this morning in token of
respect to the dead. The deceased was a member of the Knights
of Pythias Lodge and will be
buried with due ceremony by his
Lodge Brethren. Messrs. Hayner Bros, have charge of the
funeral arrangements. The
Quadra put to see again at about
11 a.m. today.
Every woman loves ch i naware. Get
her some for a Christmas gift���select
it now and we'll lay it aside until you
want it delivered.���Wallace's.
INVESTMENT THAT PAYS.
RESCUED THE GRANT
Halibut Boat Is Now in Tow of
Tug Off Cape Mudge.
Th.-   halibul   sloa r   Grant,
which was reported In distress
nenr Alert iiu> .ui Saturday, .-
now in low nf lh.- Iui< Shamrock,
northbound, oil Cap Mudge, Tl*.'
(iruiii is mi American boat, for-
iiutIv u rcvonuo culler, Bhe is
imw owned l.y lho Ban Juan Pishing Company,
A NEW OHART
Survey of Chotham Sound from
Digby to Kennedy Island.
,\ i-tinil. in colors of Chatham
Bound, British Columbia, from
Digby Island to Kennedy Island,
numbered .'W2 of the Canadian
Hydrographlo Survey, hns jusi
,������.��� published by the Hydro*-
graphic Surveys branch of lho
Department of the Navnl Service
nf Canada,
No homo i" Western Canada
tun bettor Invosl a dollar than
si mi ii for n year's subscription
in The Family Herald und Wookly
sun-. That paper has been n
blessing In thousands of Western
homes,   its agricultural oolumns
nn* as good us 11 OOUrSS ill n College, lis world's news page covers overylhing In lho nws lino
uml iis.magazine scclion provides
ample reading for lho whole family. Any person seeing lhe beautiful piolure, ������Horn.' Again," in
a shop window would readily give
Iwo dollars for ll, y.'l il can be
hn.l absolutely free by sending i
dollar for a year's subscription
tu ilu- paper,   Buoh a paper for
n year wiih such a beautiful ii'i-
liin* itll for ths price of a bushel
of wheat is certainly a good In-
Tom and Jerry at Savoy.
City Hall  "Hospital."
a .-stray .log wandered Inio the
Cily   Hull    Un-   i.ioruing   with  u
liinllv  wounded  leg.    Cil)  Clerk
Woods, who i- more lhan hnir <���
"vol" n*. far aa .iocs an n-
ri'ini'il. is inking earn ..f lhe m-
.iiinl animal until its owner can
In- found,
VERY HIGH TIDES
Twenty-Two Feet at Wharf Today���Higher Still Tomorrow.
This morning's lido was so
high thul it washed over the new
gangway orootod Bl lho Davis
wharf. Twenty-two loel one inch
was th.. i .iiii* in I measurement.
Tomorrow's tide will bo si i'i
higher, louohlng Iwenly-lreo feel,
nml Wednesday's tide will in- lhe
highest, wiih twonly-lroo feel live
Inches, Afterward lho lidos will
go back rapidly to normal rl��e
nn.l full.
PRISON FOR 8UFFRAGETTES
Sooiety Women Who Took Part In
London Raid Now Pay Penalty.
London,   Doc   '..     Preferring
prison io payment of linos, scon's
of lhe -iill'i'iigi'll.'s who were nr-
i'1'sii'ii in lho r. ni suffragette
raid have gone In prison. Many
of llu'in nre women known in society.
Best room in town at the Savoy.
Inpianapolis, Dec. 4 ��� Every
person who was even remotely
connected with McNamara is
now untler surveillance l.y Detective Burns and a staff <>f
sleuths, antl about thirty arrests
are to be made according to Federal Attorney Miller who is here.
K. of P. Dance Postponed
On account of the death at the
General Hospital of Brother Ingles of Victoria, the Knights of
Pythias dance to be held this
evening is postponed indefinitely.
SHIPPING   NOTES
Camosun   Will   Change  Hour  of
Leavin gto Sunday Evening.
Tho C, P. II. stenmor Prlntfeis
Mar} arrived this morning from
Iho   Nun.   river   and   pi led
-..iiiii .Iii i. Tho .ii.-iiiii.t Coquitlam is ui the whurf discharging general cargo. With passengers .-uni 11titii for ih.' south
tin- steamer Camosun left nt u
p. in. Sunday. The Camosun will
-. hedulc lo leave al lhal hour
.mill further notice Instead of in
III.- imlining.
We puck chinaware so that it may be
lafaly shipped anywhere.���Wallace's.
KING GEORGE AND QUEEN
MARY ARRIVE IN INDIA
Amid Gorgeoos Welcome of Indian People the Medina
Reaches Bombay    Royal Party Will Proceed to
Delhi to be Proclaimed Emperor and
Empress of India
(Canadian I'r.-ss Despatch.)
Bombay, Dec. 5.���The King
and Queen reached India to attend the Durbar and be crownetl
Emperor and Empress of India.
They were given a royal welcome
on the arrival of the vessel Medina and escorting squadron.
The King and Queen will make
their state entrance into Delhi
on December 7, and this tlate, as
well as December 12, the actual
date of the Durbar, will be general holidays throughout India.
On December 12 a royal proclamation will be read in every town
and village of the Empire, royal
salutes will be fired from every
gun in India and the whole country will be ablaze with illuminations at night. The thirteenth
will be devoted to a people's fete
all over the land.
All of the ruling princes and
great chiefs of India will be commanded to the Durbar. Envoys
from Nepal and Afghanistan and
the Maharajah of Bhutan will
also be present. It is expected
that fully half a million people
will greet the King at Delhi and
will witness the s|H?ctacles connected with the Durbar.
KING GEOlUiK AND U.UEEN MARY
Who have reached Bombay, India, THE DAILY NEWS
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Daily Edition.
Monday. Dec 4
AN EXPRESSION OF CONFIDENCE IN RUPERT
The sale of section two property evoked the best expression of confidence in the future of Prince Rupert that has
yet been shown. Sentiment in the mouths of the multitude
il often a cheap thing, but there is always sincerity in the j
act of the real estate purchaser who planks down his dol-1
lars and lets them speak his mind for him.
The satisfactory prices received and the continued stiff- ���
ening of the market during the sale showed that the market
was not keyed up by momentary excitement or passing enthusiasm. They also afford an excellent basis of comparison
of the values of properties in the inner sections���a compari-j
son that cannot fail to increase the confidence of investors
in inside property and result in an enhancement of values.
It is understood that the prices received exceeded by a
considerable amount those expected by the vendors. Towards this the gentleman selected as auctioneer undoubtedly
contributed in good part by the confidence he inspired and
the unquestioned satisfaction he gave the audience from day
to day. It would be a graceful and popular act for the railway company to recognise his exceptional service by a pre-!
sentation such as that suggested at the close of Saturday's
sale.
IN TABLOID DOSES
The progress and the safety of the city is being delayed
for lack of electric power. New machinery for the electric
light plant has been ordered, but no transformers, and further delays will take place after January when the machinery
is hoped to be installed. The Council should consider at
once the advisability of purchasing transformers and arranging to instal a day load for power users at the earliest date.
Skeen. I.��iiel District���DUtrict at Cout IUnge 6
Take nutico tlml l.clioy F. lir.nt ol Prloe*
liui'.ri, li. I', occupellbn civil engtiieet. Intend,
to uii'ily (or permiailoo to purchua the lollowlng
elt-flcrlb-xl luml.:
Commencing et u -joti plsnted about 3 1-2 mllea
In a northerly Ulr-ctior, Irom the northeaat corner
po.1 ul Lot l'l.-u, IUnge 6, Coait Dlatrlcl, thenoe
eaat ail choir-., iliunce north 60 chain*, thenoe
weet lo hank o( river, Ihence south lolloping
Imnk ol rivur iu point ol commencement: con-
talulutt 11.0 acme, mure or toss.
Datu.1 Sept. V, UU, LEIIOY   F.  GRANT
I'ub. Ocl. 111. Cluriliiu C. Enuneraoi., Agent
Skeona Land Diatrict���District ol Coast Range t
Taku nutico thai Loltle McTavish ol Vancouver,
occupauuu married woman, Intends to apply
lor |i,*i nils-null lu purchase the lollowing duacribud
lanus:
Commencing at a post planted et the northweat corner 100 chaina east and '10 chaina north
Irom N. 1-.. corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coasl District Itange 6, thence 20 chains eoutb,
ihence uu chaiiu. eaal, thence SO cbaina nortb,
thencu 40 cbains west, Ihence 60 chains eoutb,
tbence 4(1 chain, west lo post ol commencemenl
dutitaining 400 acrea more or less.
Daled Sept. 18. lull. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. '11 Kr.il W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ol Coast llango 5
Taku nulicu thai Miss Mary Muiville ol Clare,
Ireland, occupation spinslur, intends to apply
(ur permuauon lo purcnaae me lollowlng desrlt-ed
lands:
j Commencing at a post planted one chains north
ol lhe Miumeasi corner ol Lol bit, tbence nortb
I 40 cliain., ibence east 20 chains, tbenoe south 40
1 chains, tnence weet 20 chains tu point of com-
mi-nceineui; containing eigmy acres, more or less
Daled lift. 11, I'Jll. MISS MAKV MHLV1LLE
I'ub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agent
Bella Coola Land Dutrict���DUtricl ol Coaat Rang
S
Taka notio. thai H. M. Cllll ot Dundalk, Ireland, occupallon gentleman, inlenda to apply
(off permusion to lease tne (ollowing deecribed
lands: _-,
Commencing al a poat planled on the ahore
ol Neclectsconnay Itiver aboul 10 cbaina waat
ol Indian Kt-*-rv_ Line ,tbeaco we.1 60 ehains
lollowing tlie channel ol Neclectsconnay River,
Ihence soum bo cnains more or leea lo channel
ol Hell. Coola Itiver, Iheuce [ollowing channel
ol li.-lu Coula itiver easterly 60 chains, nortb
bO chains mor.* or lees to poinl of commenoement;
conlaimng 460 acrus, more or lose.
Daled August 2s, lull. H. M. CLIFF
I'uh. Sept. 60. William McNair, Agent
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtrlct of Coaat Itange 5
'take nouce that Benjamin Huaael Rice ol
I'rtncw itupert, n. C, occupauon waiter, Intends
lo apply lor permiaalon to purchase tho (ollowing
uoacnoed lanoa:
Commencing at a post-planted 65 chains aouth
(rom the southeast corner ul Lot -000. foot
marked ii. 11. R S. K. Corner, toence 70 chains
aesl, thence 65 chains nortb, tbenoe 70 chains
east, tbence 66 cbaina aoutb to point ol commencement, containing 4iio acre, more or leaa.
1U..NJA.MI.N    III .S.XKI.   KICK
Dated October 21, lull.
lut.. Nov. 2.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUUict o( Caaaiar
Take notice lh.t  Angus James   Mckon-io ol
V ancouvw, il. C, occupallon bookkeeper, luiednna
lo apply lor pern.u-.on lo purebaaa tbe (ollowing
de.cribed lanus:
Commencing at a poet planted at the con-
Hume*, ol Hlaekwaler mer wnn Naas river, about
two nideo aoulb (rum tbe aulb Dominion 'i'elegrapb
cabin, foal marked A. 1. M. N. W. Corner,
ibrnce 60 chains auulb, Ibonce SO cbaina esst
tbence 00 chains nortb, tbenoe 60 chains west
U) point ul commencement, containing 640 acres
mop. or leao.
ANGUS JAMES MeKENZIE
Dated SepU 21), lull.
fub. Nov. 1.
Skeena Land DUUict���DUuict ol Crualar
Take notice that Uerbert McLennan of Vancouver, ii. C'., occupation real eauie agent, intends
to apply lor pernu-auon lo purcbaae  tbe loUowing
deaenbed lands:
Commencing at a poet pUnted at Um confluence ol iiUckwaier river wnb tbe Naaa river
about iwo milaa aoutb ol the with Dominion
'1 olograph cabin, foot marked li. M. N. E.
Corner, tbenoo 60 chains oouth, Ihenoe 80 chsin.
weal, thenee 60 cbaine north, tbenoo B0 chains
east to point of oommencemeot, eootainlng 640
acroa more or looo. *
Dated Sepu 23, Itll        HERBERT Mcl.ENNAN
I'ub. Nov. %.
The McNamara Bros, have "told the truth to save their
lives" according to their attorneys.     It is surprising how j
punishment quickens the conscience of the coward.    A few
months ago they didn't care a rap either for truth or for
other men's lives.
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your aon or daughter for a business   career you must give
i  ^-m a business training.   The best place to send them to is the I
I Nanaimo Business College
i
It is the nearest business
college to Prince Kupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops thc
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
arc away from the distractions of thc larger cities    :
O.t .Ulkaa. covk Mate* Mm i.
Thc Ben Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling:
Typewriting
Penmanship
ill ...   . :  ,
SBIBWIT
Il May Mean all the Difference Between Success ni Failure lo Yon
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
' IHE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, Principal Naniino, B.C.
SkMna Land l>i��lrict���District of Cout IUngo .
T-Jt* i.oiicv Ibat I. <- liriftU'iit.r-r Judm LinUiani
ot -Trine* Hup it, H. C, occupation locomotivt
rngim i r, inu-iid to Bp|��l> Iff parmiMton to purchu*
tb* following dmenbod landa.
t nn.mt ncum ai a poat plantad at (ha south-
-Mat curnar of Lot No. I ��".>j vicinity ol L*\ka
Lakaiac and markad Cbnalopber J. Grabani
V ... Cornar. Uiat-ca waat 4U cnaina, tbtnea aoutb
Ml cbaina, tbenea aaat 4U cbaina, tbence nortb mi
cbaina to post ol cotnmvnoameai ��� containing
���&<*) acioa, mote nr I-**.
t liKi.sluniKIl  JAS,   GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated SepL 22.1*11  11.66 A.M.���Vtitnaeead T. JJ
Laird.
Pub. Sen  SO.
Skaaoa Und District���Diettict ot Cassiar
Taks notioa tbat K. IL Stvwart of Vancouvar,
B.   t  ,   occupation   truckman,   intends  *.*  spply
(ur permiartoa to purcbaae tbe following deecritMd
landa:
'. t.mnn'neinf st a post plsnted 40 cbains south
of Pte-atnpUon No. ������'Ji and 62 cbaina eaat from
tb* Naas liner (H. W. C), thance 40 cbains east,
thanes 40 cbsins nortb, tbenoe 40 chains wast,
tbeoee 40 cbsina aoutb to tbe point ol commencement to contain lou acree more or leas.
HICHAM'   HUVVAKD  STKWAKT
Dsted Aug, 1911. -ames T. Kullerton, Agent
I'ub. Sepu U.
Skosoa Land District��� District of Coast IUnge 6
Taka notioe tbat Harold K. Smith of Morely,
Alia., occupstion atatioo agent, intende to apply
for tierr.iaa.un to purchase tbe lollowing described
lands:
Commencing nt a post planted st tbe south
weat corner 100 cbaina aast and 20 chains nortb
from N. K. vomer of Lol 1116, llsrvey's Survey
Coast Diatrict Kange 6. tbenoe 40 chaini eaat,
tbenoe 00 cbaias north, tbenoe 40 chains west,
tbaroo Mi chsins south to poat of commencement
containing _>_u acrea, more pr Ism.
Dated Sepu IB, 1911. llAKuLD E. SMITH
Tub. Sept. U. Kred W. Boblar, Agen
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range 6
Taka notice that I, Gordon C. fimmsraon of
Prince Rupert, It. C., occupation real aetata
broker, intend to apply for parmiaaion to purcbaae tbe loUowing deeciibed laada:
Commencing at a post planted about 2 3-4
milea io a northerly direction trom the northeaat
i corner poet of Lot ISS9, Kange 6, Coast DUtrict,
ihence  oortb  40 cbaina,  tbenc* west    to  rlvsr
l bank, tbence eoutb following river bank to point
ol cornmencameut;  containing 100 acres, more or
' tain.
Datad Sept. 9, 1911.   GORDON C. KMMKRSON
( I'ub. Oct. 10.
Skeana Laad District���DUtrict of Coast Range 6
Taka  notion  that   Hunam Roy   McTavish   of
Winnipeg,   Man.,   occupation   barristar,   intends
to spply for permssuoo u> purchsss tba following
deacribed lands:
I     Commsncing st s post planted st tbe eouthweat
corner 40 chaina eaat and 40 chaina nortb from
, N. K. cornar ol Lot 1116, Harvey 'a Survey Coast
DUuict Range 6, thenoa 60 chaina aaat, thenoe
60 chaina north, thenos 60 chains west, thsnee 60
chslna aouth to poet ot commencemenl   contsining
360 acraa more or leaa.
Dat��Ki Sept. 18, 1911  IIIKIAM  ROY McTAVlSH
4\ib. Sept. 28. Frad VV. Uohlsr, Agent
Skeens Und Diatrict    DUlrict of I'taur
Tska   notice   that   Charles   William   Ham   or
Vancouvsr, B. C, occupstlon Inspector, Intenda
to spply for permi-eion to purchaae tbe following
deecribed landa:
Commsnclng st s post plantad st tb* confluence, of Ulackwatcr rircr with th* Naas rivar
sboul tiro miles south from the eiitt. Dominion
I airgraph cabin. Poat markad ('. W. H. S. W.
Corner, thence 80 chains north, thsnee 80 chaina
east, tbence 60 cbains south, thencs 80 ehaina
wast to point of commencement, containing 640
acree more or ka*.
CHARLES  WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. S.
Skeena Und DUlrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take nolle* that Thomas Arthur WhiU of Van-
couvsr,  U. C, occupstion carpsnur. inUnda to
i apply  for  permiaaion  to  purchase the following
, deecribed Isnds:
Commencing   st  s post   planted   st  the  con*
fuence of lllackwater river with Nsas river, sbout
two miles south of tha aixth Dominion Telegraph
; eabfn.   Post msrked T. A. W. 8. E. Corner, thencs
' 80 chsins north, thsnoe 80 chains west, thenc* 80
I chsins south, Inane* 80 chaina east to point of
i commencement, containing 640 acrea more or '****.
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LAND LEASE NOTICE
Holla Cool. Land DUtrlot���DUtrlct ol Coast Rant.
8
Tak. notlc. th.t H. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intends u apply lor
permlulon to leaae the following doacribod lunda:
Commenelns at a poet pUnted at the ahore
near tha N. E. eorner ol Lot No. 8, thence north
40 chain*, thence weet 80 chaina more or lou to
east boundary ot cannery leaao, thonce following
the aald east boundary aouth 40 chains mora or
lou to ahore line, thence following said ahore
line eaaterly 80 chains mora or lou to point nl
commencement; containing 320 acres, more or
leaa.
Dated Auguat 81, 1911. II.  M.  CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent
Holla Cool. Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout Rango
Take notion th.t H. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ira-
land, oenip.tlon gentleman, Intenda to apply
lor permlulon to leaae tha following doscribod
lands:
Commencing at a poet plantod at the N. K
corner ot Lot 88, thenoe north 20 chaina, thence
wut 40 chain*, thence aouth 20 chaina mora or
Iua to Ihore line, thence following tho shore lino
out 40 ctiai*u more or lee. to point ol commence
ment; containing 80 cares, mora or leu.
listed August 81,1811, 11.  M. CUFF
I'ub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agont
Dell. Cool. Lud DUtrlct���DUtrlct o ICoaat Rang
S
Tak. notlc. that H. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation genUeman, Intenela to -ppij.
tot permUalon to leaae the following described
lands:
Commonclng at a post planted at the N. W.
corner ol Lot No. 4, thence norlh 40 chains, thenco
eut 40 chain., thence aouth 40 chains mora or
leu to ahore Un., thence lollowlng ahora lino
westerly 40 chaina mora or Iua to point ol commencement; containing 80 acru, more or leu-
Dated Auguat 28, 1911. H. M. CLIFF
Fub. Sept. 80.                  Willi.m McNair, Agen
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Coaat Ranga
8
Take notie. that II. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ireland, oceupatlon gentleman, intenda to apply
for ���M-rmi���ion to imm the lollowlng deacrilied
land.;
Commencing at a post planted at tho N. W
corner ol Lot 262, thance eouth 40 chains more
or lou to northern boundary ol lease No. 1 applied
lor ny 1*. M. Cliff, tbence lollowing a.ui boundsry
oul 20 chains, thenn north 40 chains, thence
wut 20 chain, to point ol eommencement; containing 80 urea, mora or leu.
Dated Augual 28, 1911. II.  M. CLIFF
Fub. Sepu 80. William McNair, Agant
11.11a Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout Ranga
8
^Taka notico that U. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, In-
nl, occupaUon gentleman, intends lo apply
lor panniaalon lo 1mm the loUowing deacribed
Unda:
Commencing at a pMt pUnted at tho S. -1
corner of Lot 261, thenco aouth 40 chains more
or Iua to northern boundary ol Leue No. 1
applied for by H. M. Cllll, tlience aut 20 chains
along aald boundary, thonce nortb 4u ehains,
ihenco wut 20 cbaina lo poinl ol commencement;
conulnlng 80 acree, mere or leu.
Dsted AuguR 28, 1911. II.   M.  CUFF
I'ub. SepU 80. Willi.m McNair, Agent
COAL NOTICE
Skeona Land DUtriet���DUtrlot ol Quoen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from dato. I, c. K
Balntor of Prince Rupert, U. 0., by occupation
bookkoopor. Intnd to apply to tho Chiol Commissioner ol Landa for a licence to prospoct lor
coal nnd petroleum on and undor 640 acros ol
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing ot a post planted ono mile north
ol C. I*.. II. Coal Loaao No. t), markod N. W.
cornor C. E. B. No. 10. thonco aouth 80 chains,
thonco woat 80 chains, thonco north 80 chalnB,
thonco oast 80 chains - -
Datod Sept. 11,1911
thonco oast 80 chains to nlaco of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C,
Pub. Sept. 23,
E. BAINTER, Locator
bkeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
1 ake notico that thirty days Ironm dato, I, C. E,
Iluintor of I'rinco Ruport, B. C, occupation book,
keener, Intend to apply to tho Chlof Commissioner
ol Lands for a liconce to prospoct lor coal and
potroloum on and undor 640  acraa ol  land on
liraham Island ducrlbod as lollows:
, Commonclng at a post planted two miles north
. V.' % **' c��** **"*" No 8> marked N. E. corner
*>' C. fc. B. Coal Leaae No. 11, thonoe south 80
chains, thonco wost 80 chains, thonco north 80
chaina, thonco out 80 chaina to placo ol commencement.
Dated Sopt. 11, 1011.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sopt. **
Skeona Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of gueen Charlotu
lako notico that thirty daya from dato, I, C. E.
Haintor ot Prlnco Huport, 6. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Land for a licenco U proapect for
poal and potroleum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Craham Island described u lullowa:
Commonclng at a post planted two miles north
ol C. h. 11. Coal Leaao No. 7, marked C. E. B.
" ���  '" thonce aouth 80 chaina, thenco
ence north 80 chaina, thenco
1      ol commencomenu
C. E. BAINTER, LocaUr
Skesna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol quean Charlotte
Take nolle** lhat thirty day. from dau. 1, C. rl.
Balnier ol Prlnco Hupert, II. ('., by occupation
I *.ekkt��r|Ker, Intend to apply U lh. Chlet Commiaaioner ol 1-iiieU tor a lioenoe lo proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 840 acroa ol
Und oo liraham laland deecribed u followa:
Cieiiiiieriicing at . PMt pUnled llvo mile, eul
ol Coal Leaa* No. 4474, marked C. K. Bainur'.
N. E. corner Coal law No. 9, Ibenco MUtb 80
cbaina, IhenM wnt 80 chaina, thanea nortb 80
chaina, thenn Mat 80 chalu U pUn ot commencomenu
Daled Sepu II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, LocaUr
l*ule. Srpl. 23.
Skeaoa Und DUtricl���DUUict ol Qunn Charlotte
Tak. noUn lhat thirty day. Irom data, I, C. I-
Bainur ot 1'iinor Itupsrt, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. InUnd U apply U the Chiel Commlaaionar of Lands lor a llcenn lo proapect (or
ceeal and petroleum on and under 640 acra of
land on (ir.h.in laland ducribed u follows:
Commencing al a pnt plsnted ono mil. north
ol C. K. II. Coal Lean No. 10. marked 0, E. II.
in. Um. No. 11, tttaaea north 80 rh.in.. ibenco
west 80 chains, thenn nulh 80 chalu, thenn
*a*t 80 chalu lu pUce of commencement.
Daled Sepu 11. 1911. C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
I'ub Seel. 23.
Skeena Lead DUtricl���Duirle*. ol Qunn Charloti
Tak. noUn lhat thirty day. Irom daU, I, C,
HemiM ol l*rlnn KuporU it. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Inund U apply lo lhe ChM Com*
mt���fT*-r ol Landa (or a licence u praeejiect lor
ooal and petroleum -in and under 610 acree ol
lud on Graham IaUnd doKnoed u follow.:
lommeneing .1 . post pleated two mile, nor.h
ol I . E .11. foal Lean No. IU, marked N. I.
nrner C. E. B. Coel Leaae No. 16, tbenn wuth
SO chaina, ihenc weal a*, chain--, thenn north
M chains, thrnce aut 80 chains ... plan ol com-
meonmeou _   , ,---, .
D.ud Sepu II. 1*11.    C. E. DAINTER. Lonur
I'ub. Nnrt- 11.
Skuna Und DUtrlel���DUlrid ol Qunn Charlotte
Tak. nouc. lhal Ihirty da/. Irom dau, 1, C. b
Ilalnur ot ITinn Kupast, B. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper. InUnd U apply u lhe I hiel Com-
rolv.u-t.rr ol Unda lor a llcenn lo ******** *'"
ooal and petroleum on and under 640 acru ol
land on Graham lalsnel d-wc-llied u lolloas:
Commencing si a poet pl.nte.1 i��o .nil��� norlh
ot C. K. U. Coal l��aae No. 14. marked N. L.
comer C. E. B. Coai Lean No. 17 Ihenn ~ulh
t(l chain, Ihenn wul 60 chain., Ihenn north no
chaina. thenco aut 80 chain, to pUn ol com-
TxTxaT^nt 11.1(11.    C. E. DAINTER. ******
l-ub. S��l. M.
Skaana Und DUUIct-DUUtcl ol Qunn CharloUe
Taka noun lhal thirty davs Irom date, I, O, fc
Ilalnur ot ITinn Rupert, ll. 0. by occup.llon
iKK-kkn.-ct-. Intend U apply to th. cbwll.om-
mi-lone, ot Und. lor a bcence ******* ���"
ml enrl petroleum oo and under 640 ecru oi ,
Und on Graham IaUnd doKrlbe-l u lollow.:
Commenong .1 a -ml flan-fl Iwo mdes north
ol C. B.  II. Coal Uau No. 12, marked N.  tt. I
eoeam C. | II. Coal ****** Ho- **. "��*"��<*****.
SQ chalu. Ibanc* eul 80 chains. Ihenn north 60
chain, thenn wnt SO chain. U plan ot nm-
RSB II. MIL    C. B. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. SavU **���
Skuna Und DUuict-DUlrict ol QunnCtattoll.
IBE notln lhat thirty day. alur date. I, l_.lv
���Uinta,  ol ITinn Rupert, fl. CQljM*
ESmm *****oi "******        -S_L_rC
SZS^ol Und. fo, . linnn .o jtsmx-eeX I "
aaal and p-rtrole-um oo and und�� 640 acru ol
lend on Graham Inland dwenhed a. follow..
Commencing a. a P�� H *��� **PJ*mf '
al C. E. II. leal Un No. If marked S. tt-
-L���. i*   E II   f oal lr*-* No. I��, thann north
R__iU(MM_*r_�� ,h-r *nz
SE iU. wnt 80 chalu u pUn ot nm*
B3B IL ����-'���    C- * *>*lH���*** Uc*U"
Pob. Sapt. tS.
Btaana Und DUUIct-DUUtcl **2��**��tfft
eaal and peUoleum on anilrunder *********
mi r    K   I   Ok***,  heat*  No.   Iii  mtrk��i  o.   "���
of t. K. ��. h   , .Jji*��*p No. i.0, thenca north
OUt II. KU-    C. K. DAINTER, I���tof
Fob. Sept. 23.
,k������. ..-��� ohtrlct-DUlrlct ol Qunn Charlott.
Rainier ol ^**/***SS4^tmm7***** *****
t��rM C. E. B. Cod ���-��* ^��, lnm��� wuih 80
%^^"**Z"^*��***�� " rom"
^^-rW^SS
mUsKiner ol Unda lor ��� >j ((40    trm _|
��-��| and ���~*r*���*r. ��� SLB '��� (ollowa:
.rfand on liraham laland dnc.1l* m||- ..^
Commenrlng al apnl m���** _..._���, N. |
.f C. K. ����� fe"*1. 'fTLi No. 22. thenn eoulh
******** C KJ iii. toTh.in., ihenn north ��0
et^'TbeVn euT-0,ch.,iunu plan of con,-
BAS '*��� '��"��� c-K-MNnR*UMl<"
******** mmt ?.��******* t***9SSSL
Take nntire lh.t. IdrtJ da>. i -reup.tion
Balnier ol WgsJygJ gsJJ chW c���m.
bookkeeper. Inund l�� ���;p.i> ��� ,��� prospect lor
mluion^ of Und. '"I  ���d  Inder 610 cam ol
land on Graham ������'""^���"V,'' (pH Iwo mllw north
"Commencing at a l����'',!?,,'ft marked N. E
|S_ff-*Wi 5 Place o, com-
raUlM CE. BAINTEH, UCor
rub. SepU t*.
Conl I-saso No. 12, thence aouth 80 chains, thenco
out  80 chalu, Ihenn north 80 chaina, thenn
wnt 80 chains to plan ol commencomenu
Dated Sept. 11,1811
Pub. Sept. 23.
Sknna Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Charlotu
lake notin that thirty daya from daU, I, C. E.
BainUr of Prinn Hupert, B. C., by occupation
bookknper, InUnd to apply to the Chiol Commissioner ol Unds for a linnn to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham Island dncribed u foUowa:
Commencing at a pnt planted two mlln north
ol C. fc. B. Coal Uau No. 7, marked S. W. corner
C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 13, thonn north 80
chains, thenn out 80 ehaiu, thenn aouth 8(
chalu, thenn wnt 80 ehaiu to plan ol com
moncomenU
Datod Sopt. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Untor
Pub. Sept. 23.
Sknna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Qunn Charlotu
lalanda
Take notln that Auitin M. Brown ol Prinn
Hupert, B. C, occupaUon uddler, inn-mis to
apply to the Chiel CommUaioner ol Unds and
Works lor a linnn to prospect lor coal, oil and
potroleum on and under tho following dncribod
lands on the Wnt Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a put planted three milu out
ol the northout nrner ol C. L. No. 4478 thenn
60 chalu aouth, thenn 80 ehaiu eut, thenn 80
chalu north, thenn 80 ehaiu wnt to point of
commennment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locutor
DaU ol Location Slat July, 1911
Pub. Aug. 17.
Sknna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Qunn Charlotu
Islands
Take noUn that Austin M. Brown ol Prinn
Rupert, occupaUon uddler, intonda to* apply to
the Chief CommUaioner ol Lanels and Works
for a linnn to prnpeel for coal and oil and petroleum on and under tha following ducrlbod lands
on tbo Wut Cout ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a pnt planted throe milu eut
ol lho aouthwut nrner of C. I.. No. 4477 Ihenn
80 chalu eut, thenn 80 chalu north, thenn 80
chalu wnt, thenn 80 chalu aouth to point ol
commennment.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Locator
Date ol Ucation. 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Sknna Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Qunn Charlotu
IslsneU
Take nolin that Au.un M. Brown ol I'rinn
Rupert, onupation uddlar, intenda to apply to
tha Chiof CommUaioner of Lands and Works for a
linnn u prosrmt lor nal, oll and petroleum on and
under tha following deacribed landa on the Weat
Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a pnt planted three mlln eut
ol the nutheut nrnor o IC. 1.. No. 4472 thenn
norlh 80 chaina, tiicnc. oul 80 chain., thenn aouth
60 chalu, thenn wut 80 cbaiu to point ol cuni-
mennmenU
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
ugu.1
Pub. Aug.
Sknna Und DUtricl���DUtrlct ol Qunn Charlotu
Take notin thai thirly day. [rom dau, I, C. E
Balnter ot I'rinn llupert, !'. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply U lhe Chief CommUaioner ol UneU (or a linnn lo proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acm ol
land on Graham bland ducribed u loUowa:
Commencing at a post plsnlod live milu eut
of i o.l Leaao No. 4467. marked C. E. B. Coal
Uaae No. 1, N. E. nrnor, IhenM wut 80 cbaiu,
tbenn nuth 60 chalu, thonn Mat 80 chains,
tbenn north 60 ehaiu to plan ol nmmennment.
Dsted Sepu II, 1(11 C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept 23.
Sknra Und DUUict���DUUict ol Qunn Charlotte
Take notin that thirty daya from dau, I, C. E
Bainur ol I'rinn Itupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply U lhe Chiof CommUaioner of Landa lor a linnn u prnpnt for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acru ol
land on Graham laland deacribed u followa:
Commencing at a pnt plantod Ove nuln east
ol Coal Leue No. 4467, markad C. K. B. N. tt.
nrner No. 1, Ihenn nuth 80 chaina, Ihenn eul
so chslns, Ihenn nortb 80 chains, Ibcnn west
Ml chsin. to place ol nmmennment.
Il.le.1 SepU II, 1(11. C. E. BAINTER, Loctor
I'ub. Sepu 23.
Sknna Und DUlrict���DUUict ol Qunn Charlotu
Take noun that thirty days Irom daU, I, O.B.
Bainur ot Prinn llupert, B. C, by onupation
bookkeeper, Inlend lo apply to tha Chiel CommUaioner ol Unda lor a linnn u proapnl lor
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acru ol
Und on Graham IaUnd dea-eribed u follow.:
Commencing at a pnt planted Ave mlln east
ol foal Uase No. 4476. marked C. II S. tt.
nrner ol foal Lean No. 3. tbenn out 80 chsins.
Ihenn north 60 chslns, thenn wut 60 chslns.
thenn south SO chslns U plan id ciinmencem.nl.
Dated .--ept. U. W_ C. E. BAINTER. LocaUr
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Sknna Und DUUict-DUtrlct ot Qunn Charjotu
T.ke notln lhal thirty d.iys Irom dste, I, C. b.
Ilsntor ol ITinn lluperl, 0. C byJ*mt*x*m
bookkeeper, inund U apply U the Chiel MB-
���BBS ol UneU lor a linnn HMMlM
coal and pelroleum oo and under 640 acm ol
U?i on Graham laland dncribed u lollows:
Commencing al a put *e******Jl*t **m *f*
al t oal Lease No. 4476. marked C. li. B. ���_���
���mmW^MSSmmtt
ITEMS OF.
[SPORTIj
WHAT FREDDIE WELSH EATS.
Freddlo Welsh, tho English
llghtwolght, has Issued tho t'ul-
lowing siuiu'ii stalomonl lu a I.us
Angeles paper:
"I would Uko my friends lo
know llu- authontlo raots regarding my much iliscussi'il ilii'i while
training for my fights.
"Beforo I oommonood my Imx-
iiiK cui'.'i'i' I experimented wllh
iliil'iM'i'iit iiiris uml funds with a
view of llniliiin a diet thul would
produoe the very lu-sl results in
enduranco, spood and stamina.
After ii oouplo nf years of ro-
si'iiiT'ti ami experimenting upon
myself while I was u hoy 1 finally
.���iiiii.' In   llu tioluslon   Ihut I
produced much nurre strength,
speed, endurance and stamina
while training on a non-meal
diet. II was I).'cause I convinced
myself ..f the greater practical
results of a vegetable diet lhal 1
abstained from meat when I entered the boxing profession.
"The first two years in the
game was an uphill Ilithl for
recognition as a flrst-olass boxer,
and as I did nol make as much
money Ihen as I have been fortunate enough to make of repent
years, I was obliged to remain in
..ne locality, boxing as often as I
could for the small purses offered. Sometimes I would be
compelled lo box several times
each week to pay my room rent
und buy myself the modest vegetarian meals whieh I wns able to
get at a nearby vegetarian res-
l.-uiraiil. For two years, while I
lived in Ibis modest way, I was
a strict vegetarian and I have
never fell belter in my life.
"Later I was compelled lo
I ravel around the world, living at
hotels, cafes, on board ocean liners and on dining cars, which 1
soon found meant that I was
forced lo cai anything thai I
could pel. II is a dilllcull thing
lo secure a suitable vegetarian
diet at Ihe ordinary hotel or cafe.
I have never claimed Ibat I was
a sii'iet vegetarian, others have
done that for me. But I hnvo always contended thai I have
trained always on a strictly noli-
menl diet, which is the truth.
"I am sorry lhal the circum-
sianees and ihe environment in
whioh 1 am compelled lo live as a
boxing man makes il impossible
for me td live as slriclly free
from liii.-lenii and malnutritions
rood as I would like. In winding
up Ibis slalemciil. I would like il
Known that I believe betler re-
.-uJIs can be secured physically
and menially from two meals a
da) throroughly Fletoherlxed,
wiih meal entirely eliminated.
"Yours for n non-meat diet,
"FRED WELSH." .
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= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE  INTERESTS  OK   WOMEN
Thia is a little section of the paper, which from duy to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and ull of tho ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to tuko part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. Thu hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
W.
L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Webtenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
THAT EVENING GOWN
Vivid  Colors and  Elaborate  Designs Fashionable This Winter.
AX0m
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's arrival, December -Is! and 2Mh, arriving
in Vancouver Saturday morning December 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. m., Dc
cember 26th and January 2nd.
Present schedule will remain in effect
until above dates.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarmlol
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m,
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return*
ing arrive Prince Rupert -I p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
M
1Mb. Sapl. 11
Skama Und Dblricl-Dialricl e.1 Quean Charloti
Take nolic. lhat thirty day. from data. I, A. T.
Il���.,"ick ol Prine*. import. H. C, l>y ********
bank manasar, inland to aonl)* to th. ChielLom.
,wr 3  l-.ri.la lor a lld-nce >o proapwM lor
and under 610 aera. ol
..,l��Mon*r
��i.l and iK-tm e-uni on ���t
B ,'n (.r��h.m laland d��acril��<l a. lollowa:
Commoncm. MS MM S55l t���� ***** oo��f
* a 5 a H.%T^��ffw��W
""VdiiJ" *t*** atS ID chain.. Ihene.
_. M ehaii". Ihenc. .outh 80.cbaina lo placa
ol commencement.      ^   .MjOMMW Locator
Daud S-.pt. 12.1����- C' E' U,lnt*r' Ag"nl-
Pub. Sept. 23.
S3-m% <*%***> ���**"**��� ? hs ��-2
tl'.tKpT.I.'.'il.:""0'-        C. K.  BAINTEH
Pub. Oct T-
Skeen. Und DUtrlct-Dlalrict ol \fmfi*}**
T.k. nolice lh.t thirty da*.**. ft>   '"0'J'p^2,���
llroderick ol l-rince I^M-JSTSS
STS l-.rol-n.rn on and under. ��*
���TO*l**PCi
10 icr-M of
roal    and   p-f-irniPMtii   ����   �����'���       ,        #_.ii_��_.
B on bSS ��J��5g',fr_ffi norih
Commencing at a poat lilain.il >��^ g   Iff
ic* fa t nSfBroftese m
corner/.. T. II. I -oaX ***�� ,hrn��� KU,n 80
corner n.  ai ��>- mmm "^r- , ,-.  .1,-ncp aim
c^.?nh*;'nA.r^.r80W��hr.hrn,.n"io,,'pl.ce ���, cm-
mencemenl. nnoDBRirK, Ixjcalnr
n.Ud^t..2,A.��n     ""CE. ...inter, Aten.
rub. swt-��'
,     it_Wa-al -n-ilrlctol Queen Charlotte
llroelerlck ol r-lr.^'.r.'inly to'thL'fhiel �����.'">���
���ence lo lirospecl lor
nn.l  under 6��0 care. M
Q on *nSm****t**J*��**" _,���-, -of,���
Commencin. A* ��� ** **g*   <    ������*,���,  [  y
g ��iWJSVWb�� ���***"- ***
3C2A,S:BRODgB^.M��-
I'uh. Sept* 28.
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vanciwrer er Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
i vi%ii*%i
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all informa
tion about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   Phone 116
On your Chrittmat vitit Eatt travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syttsm
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Rout*.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from thc office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENOER AGENT
'CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Pni cess
Line
Princeaa   Mary
Saturday, December 2nd, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria. Vancourtr and Swill*
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
INTERIOR DECORATORS
r.O. BOX 120 PHONE 1S6 GREEN
Second Avenue, near MeBrid*
TO LET
Flat in RBnd Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottager cort.er Second Avenue and
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.
c. d.Tand
Second Av*
Phon* 112
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
This M-nsmi itiiwns for evening wi'iir nn' moro striking than
those ul" laat winter! being nn.ro
dlslinotlvn, Tho ono-slded elleot
is iluir.' marked, tii>' waist un.l
skirl uf nm' sule' being made uf
laoo nt nol uml Hi., uilii'i' siili- uf
satin, velvet or of the new ln-..-
ciiil.'s iii shades Unit blond with
th.' in'I or liu'i'.
Vivid oolors nm siill fashion-
iil.l.', nu.I some wonderful shades
uf rose pink, empire green, n.ynl
purple nml blue in sal ins, nets
und snfl liillVliis make must stun-
ning gowns when trimmed with
Hi.' rich embroideries Ihut ur..
made expressly for tin- oolors nnd
fiiliri.'s in use- Ihis season.
There nre few absolutely simple evening gowns. Almost all
are inu.le wlib draperies or have
double skirls, while heavy embroidered Or jeweled tllllii'S arc
smarter than ever. They are so
fashioned Hint the double skirt
effei'l is well defined nnd th tunic
m many of the French gowns is
draped or oaughl at tin- sido wiih
jeweled   ornaiiieills.
Strain-Ill Imes are siill in vogue
an.l the slender lines just ns
obligatory us in the past few-
years.
WEAR DINOLE  DANGLES
That Is ir You Want to Be In the
Height of Fashion.
Long dingle dangle earring
hint.,   hoop   ciii-rings,   with   no
pendant,  others   wiih  a  dainty
c.-iiier ph , or round knobs on
I Ita- ear lobes- every kind of nn
earring is fashionable. Hui 1.
you young or old, rich or poor,
beautiful or plain, if you are feminine your pink pearly ear must
he decorated wiih some sort of an
ornament.
This does nol mean ili.it a
largo am.mill of money imisi he
spent. Far from it. It in just
llie ..lh.-i- \vn\. I linn. in. N. opals.
pearls, sapphires and emeralds
are worn m the .-ars if you are
able to afford those precious
items, siill ihe somi-praplous
���tonos are correct. There nro
Ills., i-harmii.*.- long danglers Contrived of gold, silv.-r and Jet.
Borne of the most effollve earring* Ihnl lhe fashionable jewelers expose lo fascinate feminine
eyes   are   long   eUOUgfa   In   lOUCh
Ihe shoulders, iMil.ts are enormous jeweled hoops, while SoltlC
Ink.* I he form of birds, llowers
nn.l jusi decorale Hie lohe of Ihe
ear wiih a simple stone.
The earrings nf today are made
wild n little clamp. This fastens
onto lhe lohe und lhe hit of
jewelry  is perfectly secure.
Tin* publication of those facts
ma) help Mr. Manson, M. P. P.,
lo ni'i n medal for Prinoe 11u-
perl's l.c-l scholar.   Yours truly,
.1. n. Mint.
II. Gordon Munro W. Nlcholaon Lailey
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
IS CALLED TO OALQARY
Rev. W. Q. James Aooepts Rectorship of St. Stephens.
The Itcv. W. ii. James has received the offer of the rectorship
of Bl, Stephen's church, Calgary,
iii succession lo Arohdoaoon
Webb, ll is understood that Rev,
Mr. James has aocopled mid will.
With Mrs. James, leave for Cal-
gary In Dooomber.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-I- AUDITORS
IeiiwHutlcr Building       Phono No. 280
Prince Ruuert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CARSS,
of llnlisli dlumlila
and Mi'ieiirrlui llura.
V. BENMF.TT, B.A.
rr( II C. ilnurlii, Saa-
kiite-lu- wan   and A I.
Is-rla Bara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchanae block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth atroet. Prince Ituwrt. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Alt il.-mnl operatlone skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathelir. administered for the palnleaa extraction of tc-th. Con.ultatlon free. ORIcee:
lli-lK.-ts.en Block, l'nnce Rupert. 11-11
HAZELTON REALTY SALE
Q.T.P.  and  Government Lots to
Be Put Up for Auotlon Deo. 14.
The Hon. W. lt. Ross, Minister
>.f Lands, hus issued Instructions
for mi auotlon sale of lhe government lots ill lhe town of South
Ha/..'It.ui at Vancouver oii December I ith. iiii.I iii Victoria on December l'.Hh. The Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway i'.n. will also dispose of their lots iii South Hazelton liy auction sale at ill* sum.'
lime. The adjoining properly will
l.c put on the market hy llic Natural ItesiHiri-es Security Co., Ltd.,
of Vancouver immediately after
Hie   sale   al   prices   based   upon
those ol.luill.'ll al llie audi.ui.
GOOD NEWS FOR XMAS
Big Q.T.P. Boats Will Make Special Christmas Week Sailings.
Today the ii. T. P. Steamship
Liu.*, through Mr. A. B. Man-
master, makes ihe announoemonl
Hint specially convenient Christinas sailings will be arranged <��� r
I., .mt southbound Christinas
visitors from Prince lluperl. The
fn-l -.ervii'e hy lhe big three funnel (lyers will h aocelraled, the
I...ai- leaving on the Thiirs.lav
nighl al at.mil 8:30 Instead of the
Friday morning so tlml Christmas  visitors   will   he    lan.l.-.l  in
Vancouver on Saturday morning
 Xi-ell.-iil  lime  for the llhrisl-
mas week-end. Further details
will be .mn.'inu*.'ii Inter, similar
convenient sailing.* lieing au-
nounoed for the New Year week.
Alex.M.Man.on u..     W.E.WIIlla*i-e.R.A..L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p.:o. BOX 2.1
I'UINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*11*11. OF WU.   I .eves.  Esq., A.K.A.M.. ION., BNO
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire. Lite and Accident l-uurance.
.18 3rd Avenue Phone 2��3 and Grean 262
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing u Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between lot I. and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Hotel Central
Coe. Fir.1 A.c.
���nd 7th Street
European ami American plan, .team
heated, mi-dern convenlencca. Hal/*-
11.00 tu tipper day.
Peler Black
Propri.tor
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. Davis
Boat House.
COAL NOTICE
A MEDAL WANTED.
Skaeaa Und I.Ulncl l>i.lric*. ol (Jueen Charlolt
U.nel.
Take nolle* that  Aualin  M.  Ilroarn of Prince
KupsFrt. aaddlor, iDlanda to applv lo th- Chief
i eemm_Moner ol Land, and VIorka lor a lleenee
proapect lor coal, oil and petruleum on and
oar lne toUo-dns deeerlhad unda oo Um Weat
Coaal of Graham l-l.n-l.
Commendnf at a poal | l.nt���i threa mile. Mat
of Ih* northe��at cornar of C. L. No. 4489 lh*nc*
aaath Ml ehalna, lhanc* SO ehaiaa wart, lhanc* SO
chaina north, lhanc* SO chaina aaal lo point of
commencwnenL
FEED STORE
Wr curry rvrrj tlmii. in the  fittl lint1. ��lm Rir-
drn awl mi ih* luwrat market t*t.*.*���*. Mt Collart't
ols r- ��*l Stor*. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt I. -li-.-.-n* Phonee 41 or Ml
==�����.   EBY   <&   Co.==
REAL  BBTA7R
Kitsumkalum Lai'd For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . |t   (J.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
Lotated AufuM Iat. Itll.
rub. Aut. It.
Skeena 1... -i I u.inr.    ln.irir. of Quean Charlolt
Take no.ie�� that thirl)* dav. (rom dale, I, C. E.
Uainter of I'rinc* ltup��1, fl. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, IaUnd lo apply lo lh* ChM Com-
miei.t.i of Land, lor a licedee lo nroaped for
eoal and petmlnim oo and under 640 acraa ol
' land on Graham I..lr -I .Wril.e.1 aa lotlowai
,     r-rrr.rrt, ��i . poat planted l��o mllea north |
-I C. K.  n   Coal Leaae No.  IS, markad N.
J. P. CADE, N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
FRED. STORK I
-General Hardware 1
	
Buildcrt' Hanlware
Valves A Pipes      Oxford Stoves  T
Graniteware       Tinware ���
SECOND -  AVENUE
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamflttingand
Sheet Metal Work
OiHre: Srd Ave. Wwk.hop
I'hone 174 2nd Ave. bet. 7th and "lie St.
Editor Daily News.
Dear Sir: In I'.u.H the Minister of Education lol.l the chair-
i.nm of ih.- Chllllwack Sciioi.i
Board tlml the Governor nen-
oral'a brown medals were given
"whie there was lha most <>r the
greatest competition at ilu- high
sel I elilrai Haillilinlii.il."       j*-* *'��� ���?��� U  {** Laaa* No. IS, mariwd N. W.l
 , ,. ,    comer I     I.   IX   X i>d Irmm No. 21. (hence auuth
l.llsl .llllv   I'rilire Rupert  passed   SO cbaina, ihenc* eaat SO chaina.  thane*  nonh
engl ills al II vnn.lnnllon ^^,!,w,,""-,,,t,,,i~lopUe,0''*,n'-j
lllld     ll-     he.I     scholar     Uol     I'.R.'i    '.^"lA^T'i,2- "--���     C. E. DAINTER, Locator I
i a    la 11*1 ' *'"" I***"" ***���
marki, ye\ ii vi mi ine.ini. i.ndy-j
-lllll ll    MUOd    I0V0D    I'Uj.iU    ntlfl   8ktarnaUf>4 I Hal rict - Ihairln of QM Charlotte
���.. ii -.j ���i.   A,* *   mtmmm*. Tako ootica lhat thirty .lava from date, I, <\ fc.
ll- t)0Sl   pupil ltn\  Onlj   081   markf*, JBalntrr of MM Itupert,  fl. E by orcupation
bo>>hki**e|Mr, Intend to apply u> tba < Imf Com
n I-*....' <r of l-atiiia for a lleeac* to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and undar 640 acraa of
land on (Iraham laland deacribed aa fojlowa.
Commencing at a poat plantad two milea notrh
of ttake marked C. E. II. (oal Leaae No  4, rnarVetl
N. K. ran.r* c. B. B. < oa) Laaaa No. 6, thence ,
aouth  HO chaina. thonce waat  HU chaina,  (hence J
north *0 chaina, thenca eaat SO chaina to placo of
eommenpeme-nt.
MM Sept. II, 1911. C. <%. liAINlf.lt. Locatoi
Pub. .Sept. 2-t
flJMg Swwpiiif and Famicc Qeaiat
Tr-ppnrc for winter by getting your fnr-
nacefi and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
P.Kia.l Iki-ae***, S.rrp htHieu: Km Bald, ar
I'H.I.N'E 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
rll.MI'.l S HKA.SONAHI.K
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE   3S��.
OPEN DAY ANI) NIGHT
yet  II g..| a medal,    r.iimherland
pn I  "iil>   -ix   pupil-   and   il��
li. -i srh.dill- gol only .;;.' mnrks.
hill II also gol n medal.
This proves lhal Prince lluperl
had n belter olaim to a brouia
medal il..in I'llhr of those places.
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKER.-! IHU EMBALMERS
Funeral   Dlrectora
3rJ Ave. near .1th Si. Phono No. 86
...Whites Portland Cement...
0. C. EMMERSON
AOENT
Pfcoet 125      H**t* Black       Stctal Ate
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To prodiicp good printing you mutt "llrsl catch your
good printer. . . You can't get good printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good sn
equipment, tf he larks the "knack," the trained
taste, the ample-minded fondnean for his work which
real printer* nave, he will do poor printing for you.
If he haa all of these, am) in addition to them ade-
3uate modern equipment,  your  printing will  have
ir.ti.ii-iii.il. salesmanship,  the lure of type li.-n.iiy.
As this office produce, good prinllng'you may'inf.-r
the presence of a good printer���who is "catchable."
FOR   HIOII CLASS PRINTINO OF ALL KINIIS SEE THE   "NEWS JOB '
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We have just arranged with one
of our clients to pluce forty-two
lots on the market under exceptional
advantages to the purchasers. The
lots ure some of the best in Sections
7 and 8. The prices are as low
as any on the market, and the
terms so easy���monthly���thut anyone can buy. Along with this
exceptional offer, each lot admits
the purchaser to a drawing for a
FREE TRIP ROUND THE
WORLD. If you hold the lucky-
ticket the trip i.s yours; or you
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances are good���
one in forty-two. Come in and
investigate.
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AND COMPANY
Savoy Hotel
HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPH
Front Rank Figures In Section 2
Sate by Flashlight.
The closing incident of Saturday's sale of Section 2 lots was
the photographing hy flashlight
of Ih crowd of buyers. Following
arc the names of those visible in
lhe front rows of the group on
view (his morning nt the Electric
Studio: Auctioneer Frank Ellis
with Mr. 1>. H. Hnys at his right
hand, U, Albert, B, Flexman, G.
MoNlohol, I.. W. Patmore, Mrs.
I'nlmore, II. Helgerson, Cy Peck,
I'. II. Mortimer, Lee Baker, Q, 0,
Weatenhaver, it. A. While, P,
Button, Aldermen Clayton, Douglas, Kirkpatrick nn.l the Mayor,
ii. II. Naden and Mr, Weston
i-'.Micv. The pioture is ;i very
good photographic record of an
historic oooasion,
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At the Auditorium.
A new  sclcclion of Music just
arrived, and there will be danoing
and skating from now on, commencing Sat. Dec. 2nd. You can
cil hi- dance or skate or both for
the same money. Ladios free
Sat. eve. 2t
Hint to the Public,
for
Christmas mail
Kingdom   should  bi
Thursday, December
the United
posted   by
7th.
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$5.00 re wartl will be given by Mrs.
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Vancouver, for information of the
whereabouts of her son, Samuel Reynolds, who left home March 26th. 1910,
and has not been heard from since,
Mrs. E. Reynolds, 854 14th Ave., East,
Vancouver, B.C. d-l
Phone 150
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Policies Prepared While You Wait.
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Learn to Dance
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We   refund   your   money   if   we  do   not
teach you to dance for the  price
of one   tkket.
Wednesday���   and   Saturdays
in Sons of Kntrland Hall; at 8 p.m.
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Coming to Canada
-in 1912-
Writers******-
silt GILBERT PARKER
JACK LONDON
I 1'liiN SINCLAIR
ROBERT w. CHAHBER8
QOUVENEUR MuRIUS
DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
CHARLES EDWARD RUSSKLL
lll-i.lN .l.H WRIGHT KAUFFMAN
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SIR ARTHUR CONAN DuYLE
GENERAL NEL80N A. MILES
K. PHILLIPS OPPLNHEtM
ALFRED HENRY LEWIS
ARTHUR li. REEVE
BRUNO LESSINO
ELINOR GLYN
ALAN DALL
Artists and Illustrators���
HARRISON I-ISIIEIl
CHARLES DANA GIBSON
HOWARD  CHANDLER  CHRISTY
ANTON OTTO FISHER
GRACE **s. WKIDKHSEIM
CHARLE8 A. WINTER
ALONZO A. KEMBLE
L. W. KEMBLE
Do these names mean anything lo you? Do you un-
dcrsland their towering signlfloonce in tho field of lilera-
ture and ail? Have youvcr in all I your life seen so tunny
iiniiics uf such eminence grouped together as contributors
I  magazine? Such a group would make it a publication beyond price, and that Is oxaolly what we are call-
Ing your ulli'iition to thathll moment. A magazine whose
-tail o| contribute.rs for 1919 contains all Ulnae nnnies.
The produol of either of the above writers Is easily worth
Uie subscription price of 11.60.
Cosmopolitan has endeavored   iii  ihe  past   lo  give iis
loaders four-fold In return for the subscription price", This
polic) has InoreSSOd Its circulation until il hits outstripped
ever,   olher American  magazine,  making  il   necessary  to
publish Hiin.uno copies of the Christmas number, n Is
our earnest desire to extend Immediately the circulation
pasl ih.- million mark, with this end In view we will, until
mlii'i'  Kith, accept subscriptions   In   Canada   at   the
of 11.50.
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FAMILY GROUP-
Cmmiipolilag  for him and her $ 1.50
Good Hoiwkrrpti-i, for her and him    1.50
World   odar. for thc whole family    .1.00
Canaila
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.50   $2.00
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2.00
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$8.00
Until
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all S       !���
to one
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Genti.e.mkn:
Please enter my subscription for one yenr to Cosmopolitan
nt $1.5il, Cood Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan at $2.86, or Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and World Today, at $5.00.
2 Lots, block 29, -section 1, price $5,000
1-4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 months
at 7 per cent.
3 LoU, block 7, section 1. price $2500
each, 1-4 cash, balance 1, 2, and 3
years at 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 28, section 5, price $525,
$22-5 cash. bai. $50 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
2 Lots, block 22, section 7, with 4-room
house, price $1837, $600 cash, balance
$30 month.
Double  Corner,   block   4,   section   8,
Price $800,   1-4  cash,   balance 6, 12
and 18 months at 7 per cent.
LoU in block 11, section 8, price $300,
$25 cash, balance $10 month.
LoU in block 10, section 8, price $275
each, $25 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 year lease corner Second Ave. and
Sixth Street
99 year lease corner Third Avenue and
Fulton Street. 8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government Dock $6 and
fround  rent  to G. T. P.  Stores on
econd Ave.
We invite your listings. Wc advertise in many papers and in many ways
��� we have offices in other cities���our
equipment should interest you.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Jewelry
-:The Gift of Gifts:-
Ile-r-riii..- Jewelry I. likeel by everyone
We would like to suggest that
our stock furnishes innumerable suggestions. ALL your
gift wants might easily be
supplied from it���with profit
to you ���and satisfaction to
those you wish to remember.
Our Cut Glass stock was never
more pleasing. We carry
nothing but the very best���
Libbey's best products are
here. ���Be sure you call early.
Wark^s
.THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS.,
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For Rent���Nlca clean, warm rnmfortebU* room..
Ratea 36c and up.   King George Hotel.        If
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, cloae to McBrlda,
fr.r.hly papered and clean, only f 10 per month.
H F. McRae A Co. t-f
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OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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Wanted
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Young lady to clerk   in Newa Stand.      Apply
Canada Ry. Newa Ca. on wharf. ti
Maternity nurae open   for engagement.
Box 2169 Newa.
Apply
tf
Wanted. ��� Dreaamaking. cleaning and preee-
ing. repairing for men and women. Mr. Charlea
IVrcher. tao Third Ave.   Phone294 Red.      tf
We have permanent poaitlon. for one or more
lady repreeentatlvea In each city and town.hip
In We.tern Canada. We oan offer very attractive term, to thoae who qualify and are willing
to devote four to alx hour, dally to our work.
Clergymen, eohoot teacher, and thoae having
large personal acquaintance who can devote
apare time will be amply repaid for their ear-
vicea. Addreaa, immediately, Box 861, Winnipeg.
i'       Lost and Found
���aMa-Mmta^*,
FOUND-1 Small Key..   Inquire at Newa Office.
226-tf
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Real Estate
3
Lot for Sale in Section 6. Block 22. Lot 16. 7th
Ave.-. Apply Mike Rutlch, Box 682 City.      tf
Stenographer
1
*0***a**i*y**am
Eastern stenographer of wide experience wants
position. Address "Stenographer." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
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For Sale
1
For Sale���Wardrobe trunk In drat claaa condition.
Apply Room 26, 631 8th Ave. Weet       270-272
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
the selling by auction of LoU
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instructions to buy, together with the
cash for the amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sale���One quarter
cash and balance in 1, 2 and 3
years at 6 per cent.
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave, Prince Rupart, B.C.
Water Notice
SALE OF LOTS
(Cintinued from Page One)
The following were the sales recorded on Saturday:
lilo.k B.
Lot   28,  T.   D.   Pattullo,   $1,830.
Lot 29, T. D. Pattullo;  $2,030.
Lot   30,     C.     0,     Westenhaver;
$2,270.
Lot   31,  li.  Bain;   $2,300.
Lot  32,  It.  A.  White;   $2,280.
Lots 33, 34. 35, lt. A. McMordie,
$1,200 each.
lilock 6
Lot   6,  U.  Angell;   $4,150.
Lot, 7,  O.   Angell;   $4,060.
Lot  8,  ti.  Angell;   $3,950.
Lot  9, J. Gottsteln;   $4,030.
Lot 10, W. Grattan; $6,575.
Block 8
Lot 7, Hazel Lawrence; $1,150.
Lot 8, J. Zambettl;  $1,150.
Lots 9,  10, D.  Bessobert;   $1,150
each.
Lou 11-12, IC. Douln;  $2,910.
Hlock  20
Lot 119, D. C. Falconer;  $550.
Lot 120   Mr. Hellman;  $650.
Lot 122, F. Gesah;   $560.
Lot 123, J. Linnell;  $560.
Lot 124, J. A.   M.-Isaacs;   $545.
Lot  125, S.  Mussalem;   $485.
Lot 126, P. Kerr;  $485.
Lots   127,   128,  T.   J.   Davidson;
$485 each.
Lots 129, 130, Aid. Douglas; $485
each.
LoU 131, 132, J. Gottsteln;  $485
each.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C T. P. Tran.fer Agent.
Orders promptly fllted.   Pricea reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Roche.ter. Centre St.    Phone SB.
I. Alfred Chrlatlan Garde of Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give nolice that on the
28th day of December, 1911.1 intend to apply to
the Water Commlaaioner at hla office in Prince
Rupert fore licenae to Uke and uae two cubic
feet of water per second from an unnamed atream
in the Diatrict of Coaat Range 6. Skeena Division.
1-4 mile eaat of the Tyee Station, G.T.P. Ry.
The water la to be uken from the atream about
one half mile above Ita outlet, and la to be uaed
for developing power for a query altuated at the
outlet of aaid creek, along the Railway grade.
��� , ��� ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th, 1911. d-27
-BIG SHIPMENT OF-
Enamelware
Juat received from Davldaon,   Montreal
Complete Aaaortment
...Pricea tbe Loweat...
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and lithtit. Phone 62
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
SECOND AVENUE
JOHN CURRIE
PRINC.-l RlII'KRT
Name.
Street.
City.
Add K,c exchange In perianal . I,, .,������. Province.
Tenders Wanted
Sealed tendera will be received by the under-
algned up till 6 p.m., December 14th, 1911, for the
excavation for water pipe aa shown on plan and
profile which together with full Information and
form of tender can be obUined from the cily engineer. The loweat or any tender not necea.arily
accepted.
W. M. DAVIS, E. A. WOODS,
2t City Engineer City Clerk
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SOMETHING
SPECIAL...
Section 5, Block 7, Lots
3-4, with 4 room house,
income $25 per month.
Price $3,300, $1,165
cash; bai. arranged.
PETER  McLACHLAN Third Avenue
HEAL ESTATE TIMBER |        MINES
I����w<��M��nm<j.twtmtm��i<ti��t|ti
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
lilock   10
LoU   31-43   Inclusive,  Tsimpsean
Syndicate;   $615  each,
LoU     44-45,     Robert     Gordon;
$1,505.
Block 18
Lots 13, 14,  15,  16, Mr. Schlen-
miin;  $460 each.
Block ia
LoU  50,  61,  62,  53,  54, 8chlen-
iniin;   $916 each.
$2,060.
Lots 67-58, O. R. Naden;  $2,000.
Lots 59-60, withdrawn.
Lots 61, 62, J. T. Havl.lH.Mi;  $950
each.
Lot   63,   C.   l.uni'Ulst;   $880.
Lots 64, 66, Aid. Douglas;   $880
each.
Lots  66,   67,  J.   Gottsteln,   $880
each.
Lots   68-69,   McCaffery   &     millions;   $2,125.
Block 11
Lot 19, J. Campbell; $1,420.
Lot  20,   Mrs.   A.   Smith;   $1,420.
Lots 21, 22, E. Flexman;  $1,420
each.
Lots 23-24, J. McAleenan; $3,170
Block 16
Lots 1-k,  H.  Evans;   $1,750.
Lots S, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, Wm. Alder;
$900 each.
Lots 9, 10, I. Palmer; $900 each.
Lots  11,  12,  Westenhaver  Bros.,
$900 each.
Lot 13, A. Swanson; $900.
Lot 14, Westenhaver Bros., $900.
Lot  15, Wm.  Alder;  $900.
Lot
lfi.
r.  J.' Davidson;
$865.
Lot
1".
11.   Evans;   $865
Lot
18,
Mrs.   D.   II.   Mac
Donald;
$760.
Btoc  1.
Lots
73-74,   H.   B.  Scott;
$2,200.
Lots
75
, 76, 77, 78, 79.
80, 81,
82, S.
P.
McMordie; $1,180
each.
Lot 83,
H. F. McRao & Co.
; $1,415
Lot
84,
A. T. Sanders;  $2,325.
Block   1
LoU
27-
28, N. Si-helnman;
$2,400.
Lots
29
i 30, Olle Besner;
$1,050
each.
Lot
;u,
M. McNeil;  $1,060.
Lots
II
33, A. C. Beatly and C.
Taylor
$1,050  each.
Lot 34,
11. M. McCleod; $1,050.
Lot 35, j, Hegarty; ,<
Lot inr., o. Hanson, $7
Lot 106, WeslenliuM-i- I
Lot 107, Wm. nml ***   n
$730.
Lot 108, J. Young;  **
Block 0.
LoU    13-14,    u       i,
$3,800.
Lot 15, J, Mennle;   ���*���
Lots   16,   17,   18
ont;  $1,390 each.
Lots 20, 21, Mr. Bos
each.
I.ot 22, Win. Douglai
Lots 23-24. 0. Besner;
Lou 36, 37, ci. Broder
each.
Lot 38, T R. Miiltlnnil, ���
Lot 39, 0, Besner; |1,2(
Lot 40, J. Smith; $1,251
Lot  41,   Mr.   Collar!,*   ��i
,81
18,  P.
17 JO,
*M|��i
'k.��on;
McCly.
'���rt; It
'
A.    McNIcboli!
eiltullo;
LoU   42-43,
$2,350.
Block -Jn
Lou 68-6H, B, B. yager; ���   [���*
Lot 70, N. Scli Ion man;  J:'inn
Lot 72, M. Albert;  $1,100,
Lot  73, I.  Palmer;   $2,100,
Lots  74,  75,  76,  T.   11.   I\
$2,100 each.
Lot 77, J. Gluck;  $2,10u.
Lot 78, V. Casley;   �����,;(ln.
Lot 79, V. Casley; $1,2:;,
Lot 80, V. Casley;  11,110.
Lot 81, H. Ebcrt;  $1,080.
Lot 82, M, Cohen;   $1,010,
Lot  83, Mr.  Slbbald;  $1,010,
Lot 84, Mr.  Brlcklnml;  11,010,
Lot 85, O.   Besner;   $1,010,
LoU 86, 87, Aid. Douglas; Jl.OO*,
each.
Lot 88, J. ElDlvin:  $1,006
Lot 89, L.  Drummonil;   $910.
Lot 90, Mr. Mussalem; $810.
Lot 91, A.  Mullen;   $8lo
Lot 92, J. S.  Dumas;  $810
Lot 93, M. Albert;   I860,
Lol 94, Westenhaver Bra
Lot  95, J.  Hegarty;  $766,
Lot 96,  Mr. Jones;   $765.
Lot  97,  D.  Brown;   |T6E
Lot  98, I).  Brown;   $76.r.
Lot 99, F. Iloogan an.l II. I.iiyu;
$765.
Lot 100, H. Hanson; $765.
LoU 101-102, withdrawn
$p3:S:8SE:3SS:8��8^
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We have luting, of property in all
parte of the city tt attractive pricea
and ea.y term.. If you intend
buying property .ee ut.
Sale Depoait Bote. $5.00 per year
Storage For  Silver
Fir* Inaurance       Board Companiei
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO. 1
UNITED {"
Second Avenue Princ* Rupert    (j)
3;3:8:3$6��S8:eE^
H.I.O
MiMORAMDUM
EVENINGS   UNTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
"^AffiKlWSJKSfb,S! a h0U3e or payoff, mortgage.
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
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