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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
Dec. 7
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42.0     Lsftalativ* Library
The Daily News
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VOL. II, NO. 280
IGA1D
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupekt, B.C.. Thursday, DmImmrTml
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prince RTijfi.fi/.
NExfc-WA.
j.^ Princess May Satj
on sowfn J
Fri-feiy 8 a.m.
day a.m.
Price Five Cents
ANGLICAN LADIES' BAZAAR
WAS A DISTINCT SUCCESS
CLEVER TABLEAUX AND A MYW)LI DM0E
PRETTV   LITTLE GIRLS  WERE   FEATURES
OF THE  ENTERTAINMENT.
WREOK
Fine Steamer Is All  Broken
by Heavy Gales.
Up
All   yesterday   afternoon   and
evening llic Maclntyre Hall presented a festive appcaruncc. The
bazaar, sule of work and tableaux
presented by the Ladies' Aid of
the Aiigelican church of St. Andrew wero in full swing,   a well-
planned   scheme   of   stalls   ami
decorations  in  the  hall,  wild  a
singe for the tableaux, with lhe
bright ribbons of lhe maypole in
th Ciller looked splendid.    Presentation of the nursery rhyme,
hislni-icol   and   sconie   tableaux,
under direction of Mrs.  Hobcr-
son, assisted by Miss Du Vernal
and members of ihe Ladies' Aid,
proved a success, sueh tableaux
ns "The Sleeping Ueiiuly," "Hluc-
board," "The old Woman in the
shoe,"    "The   Princess   in   thc
Tower," "Where Are You Going,
My Pretty Maid," with clever
adaptations uml musical accompaniment by Miss l.llell, wero decidedly good and earned every appreciation. Attired iu fancy costumes the ladies al tended lho
stalls and brisk business was
done in "Prince Hupert Home
Produce" and funcy work of all
kinds.
Al i p. in. and at lhe close of
lhe tableaux the maypole dance j
l.y ii bevy of pretty little girls
under lhe careful tuition of Mrs.
Mustard was rendered most
I'liarniiiigly. Before Hie ond of
llie day's success Hisliop Du Vcr-
uel took opportunity to thank all
llu.se who had contributed lo help
in any way.
(Canadian i'ress Deapatoh.)
Seal lie, Dee. ��.���Reports have
reached here thai Ihe recent gales
on 111.' Alaskan coasl  have completely destroyed the hull of the
steamer Ramona, whiofa recently
ran ash..re there.
Ooal Salving Trip.
Captain Habingtoii in lhe
launch Rover pulled out this
illuming with a double dredge lo
try and salve Hie coal washed
nut of lhe wrecked Carrondelet
n Holland reefs.
BIG NEW LAUNCH
Keel Laid for Oraft Larger Than
"Rover" for Oapt. Babington.
Keel was laid yesterday at II.
Johnston's boat building yard for
a  new  powerful  gasoline   liiuiit'li
Inr Captain Babington, the launch
lo In- longer aud deeper draught
than lhe Hover, which is al present one of the most seaworthy
gasoline   boats   plying   in   these
waters.
We pack chinnwaie su that il
may be safely shipped anywhere,
Wallace's.
Ilest  meal   in  town  at   Savoy.
BEST IN TEN YEARS
Manitoba   Farmers   Had   Bigger
Average Crops than Ever
r.iiiiailiiin Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Deo. 7���The gov-
r'l'iiinriii i-i'iip report issued today
inilicnles lhal the fanners of lhc
province Ihis year enjoyed the
mosi prosperous year for ten
years. One hundred and sixty
uiii- million bush.-Is of all grain
is tin- lotal crop.
A Schooner Ashore
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
, Sun   Hi.'go,   Deo.   7���The   four
masted   sohooner   Irene,   laden
with lumber is ashore uiv Ballast
Point.
LIFE SAVING PATROL FOR
THE DANGEROUS WEST COAST
GOVERNMENT   WILL   EQUIP    STEAMER   NEWINGTON    WITH
WIRELESS AND  E8TABLISH   LIFEBOAT   STATION8
AT BAMFIELD, CLAYOQUOT AND UCULET.
IE TALKED OF
THE OLD WORLD
First Mayor of the Newest Olty
in the World Tells of His Visit
to the Ruins of Pompeii.
In (he Presbyterian Hall last
r\ ening Mr. Frad stork, llrsl
mayor of Prinoe Rupert, reoount-
>'.l his recent experiences while
traveling llu-ougli Lurope lo a
good sized assinublagc.
Dwelling wild the principal
points of interest in Iho great
cities in I-Xiropc, such as the
Tower of Loudon, St. Paul's Oath.'drill, Westminster Abbey, the
coronation ceremony, KilTel Tower and Noire Dame, SI. Paul's
Cathedral, Home, to the historic
ruins of Pompeii, Mr. Slork
proved a most excellent raconteur
and lecturer.
Mr. Frank Bills gave a recitation and Mr. Hrown a song.
Al the close Mr. Kerr moved a
tote of thanks lo Mr. Stork for
his excellent lecture, which was
greatly appreciated by llie audience.
LABOR UNIONS
IN COUNCIL
Proposal to Establish Trades and
Labor Council In Rupert Finding Favor���President of Congress Coming.
CONTRACTOR WATSON SAYS THAT HE
WAS DELAYED BY THE CITY ENGINEER
Says That the Engineer Told Him to Stop Work on Contract Until
the City's Retaining Wall Gangs Could Catch Up  With
Him���Damage Suit Still in Progress---Judge
Will Visit the Contract
 si.l.'i'e.l
Weather Up Skeena.
Jack Heally, who returned
from up river lhe ot In- day, says
thai Ihe weather beyond Milo DO
has been ideal all this fall and
Hint (here was no ram there
while Hupert hail a liberal share.
WELOOME NEW OFFICERS
Representatives "f ihe various
trades unions  in Prince llup.-rt
will ii 1 before next Wcdncsday
lo decide whether or not to or-
gnni/e a trades and labor council in the cily. A preliminary
meeting was held in the Carpenters' Hall last night, al which il
was .announced (hut Mr. J. c.
Wallers of Victoria, president of
Hi.- Trades and Labor Congn-ss,
will be in Prinoe Rupert on
Wednesday next with Ihe purpose mentioned in view if the
unions are agreeable.
Lasi nijiii - preliminary meeting look (Tie format a very successful smoker, <^csldent Me-
liin.'s of th.* Carpenters' Union
presiding. An excellent musical
program was rendered. Siories
were given by Messrs. Denny and
Montgomery.    Mr. s. D. Mao-
.luii.ilii gave songs and danced Hi.'
Highland Kling. Mr. Conk gave a
step danoe. Mr. Ilunlcr cniiib-
ui.'d a Uul.' solo. Mr. Dennis a
recital  and songs were gi\>-n
l.y Messrs. M. Kelly, could,
Fletcher, Kerr and Morse.
"I think lhal we had better
drop all attempt al defense on
the ground (hat there was no six
ui..nibs' clause in the contract,
but, mind you, I am not surprised
Dial Ihe contractors should bring
in tin-, considering thai the oily
has attempted to chargo this
.ink.' delay against Ih.-ni."
So said Mr. Justice Clements
,.*.|.-i.ln> afternoon in Die Wat-
-.iii vs. City case.
Mr. Watson said Ihore was
continual  (rouble with  tho city
Ensign and Mrs. Hamlll and Their
Daughter Make Debut In
8.  A.  Citadel.
Afler a period of silence in Hie
Salvalion Army citadel, lasting
for the few days since the departure of Ensign Johnstone,
Hie sound of the drum and tambourine was heard again in Hupert last night. The OOOASlOn wns
the  welcoming  of  Ensign  and
Mrs. Hatnill with their daughter,
Miss Hamill, who is an S. A. cadet. Open air services conducted
b> llie Ensign and slnlT wero followed by a "welcome" service
Within the citadel, at which many
friends of the Salvation Army in
I'rince lluperl were present. The
new olllcers promise lo prove exceedingly popular.
FASTEST IN THE WORLD
New Eritish Battleship Lion Will
Break All Records.
(Canadian Promt Despatch.)
London. Dec. 7.���That lhe new
British lii'.'ii.liiaiighl "Lion"
will break nil speed records is
prophesied b> Hi.' builders ai ihe
D.-voiipori dockyard, Hor engines
are designed to produce 70,000
borsopower, and a ipeod of from
.11   to li** knots  is cull.I.'lllly expected.
f.i.i for their retaining wall
laborers. He calculated he Inst
al...ul nine days over delay in
lhc building of tin. retaining wall
by the city. Delny was also
caused ..wing in the building of
a culvert across Second avenue,
near Hub Rubs' house.
II.-re Cily Solicitor Peters In-
lerrupted, colling lhe Court's nl-
mlion lo the clause in the con-
inii-i providing lhal Ihe city
.In.ul.I be allowed all freedom lo
construct     culverts,    etc.,    over
ground covered by nmiraciors'
-.-���.���l.'ll lull-..
Mr. Peters was sharply reprimanded hy lhe Judge for inter-
nipt inns and remarks lo plain-
iiii- counsel,   lu Ihis case, how
ever,   the  Court
contention.
During lhe strlk
different attempts
ami calculated that he lost >.'...
per day at least,    otliing at  all
was    accomplished    during    the
strike���it was Impossible.
Twice witness bad written the
Council demanding a copy of lhe
iimii estimate <>n Bis ��.mien t. bui
II was never forthcoming.
Cross-examined by Mr. Pqlers,
witness denied very emphatically
Ii.'.-niisi' he was moving rock foo  lhal   he ever signed
_ a oontraol
with a six months' lime limit in
il, though he admitted that a cn-
I ra.-I signed by him existed. 11
lh.-ri' was a six in.>nibs' olSUSC in
il lb.'ii il inusl have ben put in
later.
Mr. P.-lers produced a document purporting In be the original specifications of Ihe coiiti-n.-l
signed by Ihi- Hi in and containing
the six months' clause.
Over Ihis document ther.' in*..*-.
discussion  ami  alternation
Iweeii counsel. The document
was a surprise. Counsel for
plninlilT. Mr. Williams, insisted
on seeing il, but Ihe Judge ruled
ihai ihe oross-examination could
not slop for Ihnl purpose.
Witness   adiiiilled   (he   signn-
hislluro of Hie dooument, but said
it was his brother's signature and
- he made live the had not known of IL He did
to start work I not know of a six months' lime
limit and was quite ready Dial
th.- Courl should understand that
he believed he had considerable,
ii gh nol unlimited, time for
his contract.
Wiin.'ss represented   that   he
lost   al   least   uni.'   days   through
having to alter tracks to suit the
olty 1'iiginer's orders for delivery
uf ruek for retaining walls,   lie
waa sngaged delivering rock for
retaining walls foi* three months
ami olaimod wages al  s;i a day
per mini for eighteen men again. I  lhe oily for nine days delay,
ll.- desoribed in detail his plant in
volved in lhe delay    so   caused.
The value ran into several thousand  dollars.
Mr. W. E. Williams desired
lhal the Judge should pay a visit
io the scene of the contract before Hie .'iid of the case, and lo
u, ihis Judge Clements snid he was
1..'- quite agreoable, "Provided counsel will allow me," he added wiih
a smile.
Mr, Peters COnoluded bis cross-
examination of witness William
Watson  Hns  morning and  Mr.
Williams  proceeded  In  re-examine Mr. Wais.m this afternoon.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Victoria, Dec.   7���The Dominion Government is preparing an
eillcient life saving pair..I for the
west coasl of Vancouver [aland.
The steamer Newington Is t<> be
equipped with wireless and placed in lhe patrol service as the
parent ship for three life-boats
in service al Ilanlli'ltl, Icuelel.
aud Clayoquot.
Life saving crews will be taken
to any vessel in distress along
the cast line by the.Newington
which will be in constant communication with a chain of wireless stations. Shelters are tu be
Iniill al various danger points on
the ooasl and a coasl guard service will be i'seablishd.
TRIUMPH FOR LLOYD-GEORGE
His Inauranoe Bill Passes Houses
of Commons by 324 to 21
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dec. 7���Mr. Lloyd-
George's famous ami much discuss.'.! Slate Insurance Hill pass-
.-il its third reading In the House
of Commons last night b> a vole
of ;i,'i lo gi, The passing of Ihu
hill l.y such a majority in the
race of Liilli*r attacks upon it is
looked on as a great triumph for
ihe Chancellor.
A gift lhal always pleases���
lieauliful chinawai-.'. Many things
from the celebrnlcd potteries of
Europe.���Wallace's.
POLICE PARTY
"MUSHING IT"
Heavy loe on Naae River Prevented Rover From Forcing
Passage to Ayansh ��� Indians
Reported Peaceable Now.
THE "NEWEST CITIZEN."
Baby Daughter Arrives at Home
of H. H. Clark.
A little daughter arrived at thc
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. II.
Clark   yesterday  afternoon.    As
tiif daughter of s woll-knosm
old-timer   lho   young   lady   is
warmly welcomed and  Mr. Olark
is   congratulated   alt   around.
Mother and  baby are bulb well.
Stella Assault Case.
The Stolla assault case, Roberl
Brandt complainer, has bSSO
again adjourned by tho Police
Magistrate. It will come up "ii
Monday.
SMALLPOX IN
QUEBEC CITY
One Hundred Cases In St. Malo
Ward Alone ��� Epidemic Is
Visiiing the Wholo City.
SAILORS ACCOMPANY KING AND QUEEN
Returning last  njghi  from a
ticklish trip tip the Naas estuary
with the Provincial police detachment sent tu look afler lhe Indian
disturbance  al  Ayansh,   Caplain
Norman     liroadhursl     mentions
lhat the  ice  is  thick  and  heavy
on Ihe .Naas at present.    He was
unable to force the Hover farther
up river than lllack Point, some
thirty miles from Ayansh.    Here
llic  parly  of constables,   headed
by   Chief   Owen,   and   well   pro-
vlslonod, started but lo "mush it"
I., the scene.
News of the parly will not be
available for a day or so, and they
will have a lough (rip, as lhc
miow Is thick and the ground Icebound. Meanwhile, Information
has reached lhc city lhal the
Indian disturbance, due principally to "hooch," has quieted
down, bill the police will have
work enough to trace the sourco
of llu- hooch supply. Indian
Agenl C. C. Perry was a number
of the parly.
EARL GREY IS
COMPLIMENTARY
Tells London Audlenoe That Canada Is the "Belle of the Ball"
and Ranks No. 1  Hard.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
I.uii.Ion, Deo. 7.���Karl lirev,
who was last nighl the guest of
the Canadian Club, in replying to
the toast of Canada said the Dominion was ihu "belle of the ball,"
and as evldenoe of this one had
only to look ai the number of
bouquets she was receiving.
He said he had spent seven
bappj years there and recognized
lhal Canada, like Inr wheal, was
"number one, hard."
TO ENTER PACIFIC TRADE
VISITED WIRELESS STATION
Supt. Edwards Paid Flying Visit
In William Jolliffe Yesterday.
Ou board the ocean-going lug
William Jolliffe, chart.-red for
Dominion Government service,
which call.-.I al lluperl wharf yes-
rdaj afternoon, was c. i*. iii
wards, superintendent ami Inspector of wireless stalions, now
on his rounds. He had come from
Triangle, on which cruise Hi.'
steamer Tees was helped in heavy
weather.
(Canadian  Press Deipatrh.)
Quebec, Dec. 7.���Smallpox ex��
isls in
ill   Ihis   cily,   especio
laborers'    district.
nearly nn epidemic slate
ly  in   the
^^^^^^^^^^^ Ther.'    are
aboul inn cases in St. Mali, ward
alone.   A vaoolnallon ordinance
passed a year ago has never been
carried oui.   ii mads vaoolnalion
compulsory.
Mail closes for the Old Country
Thursday,  December 7th.    Wc
have   the   DIOSl   distinctive   and
nui.pi.��� line of Christmas gifts obtainable. Drop in at Warks """"
lime is short.
The
St
Latest neckwear novelties just
lOOlvod al Wallace -. dH
Norddeutscher Lloyd Said to Have
Eyes on This Coaat.
(Canadian Press Despatch.,
Vancouver, Dec. 7. ��� Rumors
ai-c now current in Ihis cily that
lllii' Nunl.lciilseller Lloyd Slcoiu-
I ship Company intends (o operate
a Heel of vessels ill the Irons-Pii-
Olflo trade, The new line, according io the rumors, will be
between Victoria and Puget Sound
ports and Yokohama. Shanghai
ami  Hongkong.
Tableaux Artistes.
Amongst those inking part in
the Aiigelican ba/aar lablaux last
night were Miss Drumiiiond, Mrs.
Mustard, Miss Bllett, Mrs, Rober-
son, Miss Dorothy and Miss Pete
Tremayne  and   Messrs.   i-'isher,
Mortimer, Jennings and Ward.
Extending Steel.
General Superintendent Mehan
reports    considerable    progress
with laying of slecl now. Opera-
liuiis will begin between lhe end
of steel at present ami lhe Kil-
selaa tunnel, which will he completed in a few days.
King and Quean Reaoh ths Scene
of ths Indian Durbar
(Canadian Press Despatch.1
Delhi.   Dec   7���The  King  and
Qtieen arrived here Ihis. Thurs-
.1,1..  tu..riling,  iimmI a scene
Oriental   iiiagnHlccnrc   and   ac
claim l.y lhe native princes
the people.    The city is  Oiled l<>
ihe uttermost extent wiih iho rs��
laiiii'is   ��f   Ihe   various   princes
who   have  cine   from   nil   par
f (he Indian Kmpire. The scene
at lhe Durbar will be one of Ihe
must magnillc.'iit in history.
Pantorium
phone 4.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
WILL DISMISS
AU PARTISANS
Premier Borden Announoee That
the Axe Will Fall on All Those
Proved Guilty of Offensive
Partisanship.
Jottings.
The   ,Ma> ur  and   Mrs.   Miuison
were   present   SI    lho   Aiigelican
Church basaar last night.
Mrs. MacTavish Of Victoria mot
ii numbsr of friends at ihe st.
Andrew's Church bazaar last
evening.
(Canadian Press Despatch.
Ottawa, Dec. 7.���Aii Interesting
debate on the question of the dis-
j missal of partisan ofDoials took
! up   the   lime   of  lhc   House   last
nighi, during "which Premier
Borden made llic statement ihat
the Governmeni intends to apply
lhe rules regarding lha dismissal
uf public ulllciiils who have been
guilly of offensive partisanship,
in a reasonable and moderate
Way, and not dismiss persons
Without firsl having Ihe necessary
evidence.
Warm, clean  rooms at Savoy.
Mrs. .1. M. Early and her
daughter Alice of St. Albans, Vermont, are in tho city. They armed by the steamer Prince lluperl.
Mrs. II. L. Molnlosh was a stall
holder Bl lhe Anglican church bazaar. Miss Milligan, Miss Johnston,  Mrs. Tremayne, and other
members of th.
in-live   helpers.
Ladles' Aid were
Every woman loves chinaware.
Oct her   some for   a Xmas gift.
���select it now and we'll lay it aside until you   want   it dolivorcd.
Wallace's, THE DAILY NEWS
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Thursday. Dec 7
SHOULD HOME WORK BE ABOLI8HED?
Every responsible medical man is agreed that brain work
is more exacting than muscular work, especially in the case of
young and growing children.
Every laboring man, as well as every medical man, is
agreed thai the practice of working overtime continuously is
injurious to the worker, and should be penalised by higher
rates of pay.
But in spite of the i-ecogiiilii.il of these Iwo lads, the
school children in many of our towns ami cities are obligetl
to work overtime at nights at lessons. This is not only a piece
of inhumanity to the children, but, according to the testimony
ni' some of the more advanced cities which have abolished
home work for scholars, is a piece of pedagogical foolishness.
A child's brain can do better work iu the few hours of the
school day than it can in the same In.iii-s plus an extra hour
or two ai night. The tiring effect Of the nighl work unfits the
tender brain of the child to do its best work in the daytime.
"A device to help out a lazy teacher" is the definition of
home work given by one of the must brilliant of advanced educationalists.
Thai which it is impossible to cram into a chilli's miml
during school hours it is barbaric to make it attempt to self-
crtun after school hours.
Already many conscientious advanced school teachers in
Canada have abolished home work for their classes with good
results. Toronto has abolished it in toto, by order of the Chief
Inspector of Schools, Mr. J. L. Hughes. A system of day ami
night training that we would not use in training a full-grown
ma:i for a pugilistic encounter for fear of over-training, is
manifestly unlit  for developing the brains of children.*
The Prince llupert School Board might very well distinguish itself by insisting" thai In.tne work be abolished and the
tuition of lhe scholars be conlined to the daytime, to school
hours and school supervision.
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FOR SALE
Lot 19
" 10
" 12
1-3 cash
1-3   "
1-3   "
Block 33      Sec. 7     Price $575.00
"2        "7 "   1100.00
"    37        "   7 "   1400.00
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Lot 16     Biock 16      Sec. 2     Price 1000.00 $351.25 cash
" 61-62    "    12        "   2       "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
Third Avenue
PETER McLACHLAN
REAL ESTATE TIMBER MINES
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It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a  business   career you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
Nanaimo Business College
HktH'int Land District���DUtrict ul Coatt Rang. 6
Tttki- noticu tlml Lcltoy *��. Grunt of I'rince
Kupen, II. O- occupation civil enuinwi, inland*
to ui'i-ly lur |u'nn;.i.iLoii tu purchnjw tin' following
dtacribod km.la:
Commoncintf ut a puat planted abuut tf 1--. milta
in a northerly Uircctiun from the imrttiuait corner
ptfet oi Lut V-i;.*, IUnge 5, Coait District, thuncu
uait 30 chaina, ilirm-u nurth 60 chuiu.., thoncu
wuat to batik of rivar, tlience aouth (ollovUng
bank of rivur to puint ol coramuncument: con-
tainins lfiO ucrva, inure or Iwis.
Dated Supt. V, mi. LKHOV   f.  GRANT
Fub. Oct, 10. Gordon 0. Enimeraoii, Agent
-Skoena Land Diatrict���DHrirt of Coaat Range 6
'lake nutice thut Lottie McTaviah uf Vancouver,
occuputiun married woman, intenda lo apply
for permission to purcbaae the following deacribed
uutui
Commencing ut .* poat planted at the northweat curner lot) chaiiu eaat and 20 chaina north
(rum N. t. curner ut Lut 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat Diatrict Kange b, thecce 20 cha-na aouth,
tlu-nft- mi chuina oaat, thonce 60 chaina nurth,
thence lo chaina weat, thence 60 chaina aouth,
thence 40 chains weal to puat of cum mencement
dunlaimng 40U acre* mure or loaa.
DatedSept. IS, lyll. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Tub. Sept. -3 Fred YV. lluhter, Agenl
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtricl of Coaat Range &
Take nutico that Miaa Mary Muiville of Clare,
Ireland, uccupatiun aptnater, intenda lu apply
fur permiaBiun tu purchaae the fulluwing dearibed
landa;
Cumrnencing at a puat planted une chaina nurlh
of the auutneaat curner uf Lut 632, thence nortb
40 chauia, tlience eual 20 chaina, thencu aoulh 40
chaina, tnence weat 20 chaina to point uf cummencemenl; cunuimng eiguty acrua, mure ur leaa
Dated Oct. U, li'l l. MISS MARY .M I LWLLl.
I'ub. Nov. 11. Juhn C. Muiville, Agent
Hella Coola Land Dutrict���Diatrict of Cuadt Rang
Take notice that 11. M. C1UI of Dundalk, Ireland, occupatiun geutleinau, inlenda to apply
far permiaaion tu luaae the fulluwing deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the ahore
of Nwclectecunnay River atxiul 10 cbaina weal
of Inuiau i.e��.f\e Lino ,thence wuat 60 chaiiu
following the channel uf -Neclectacunnay River,
ihence aoulh 60 cnaina mure ur luaa lo channel
uf bella i uul a River, thencu fulluwing channel
uf liella Cuula River eaaterly 60 chaina, nurth
60 chaiiu mure ur leaa lu puint of cumineiicvment;
containing 4&0 acrea, mure or leaa.
Dated Auguat 2s, 1*11. 11.   M.  CUFF
I'uh. Sepu 30. William McNair, Agent
Skaena Land Dutrict���Dutrict uf Cuaat Range 5
Taka nutice mat Benjamin Kuaeel Rice uf
Frince Ruperl, 1*. C , uccupation waiter, intenda
lo apply lur i>ermuaiun lo purchaae the following
daacnoed lanoa:
Commencing at a poat.planlvd 65 chaiiu aoulh
from the auutheaai corner uf Lut tfuoU. Fuel
marked U. R. It S. K. Cornur, thence TO chaina
waat, thence tij chaina nurth, thance 70 cbaina
eaal, ihence 6-j cbaina eoulh lo puint of com-
men cement, cuutaimng 466 acrea mure or leaa.
ii.NJAMl.s   KLSithL  RICE
Dated October 21, ml.
Fub. No*. 2.
Skeena Laud DUlrict ��� Dutricl of Caaaiar
Take notice ihat  Angua Jamea   Mckeiuie of
Vaneuuvar, tt. C, occupation bookkeeper, uiiednna
to *lrr*b  fur permiaaion lo purchaae the fulluwing
daacribed landa:
CoBunenciug at a poat planted al tbe confluence uf blackwaler river with Naaa river, about i
i two milea aouth frum Lhe auih Duttunton 'telegraph
cabin. Foat marked A J. M. N. W. Curner,
thance SO chaina auuth, tbence 00 chaina eaal
taeiioe 60 chaina norlh, thence 60 chaina weal
lo point of commencement, containing 640 acroa
mure ur leaa
ANGIS JAMES McKENZlE
Dated Sept. 23, l.'ll.
Fub. Nov. It.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUuict of Caaaiar
Taka nouce thai Herbert McLennan of  Vancouvar, B. C, occupauon rval ealate agant, intendi
lo apply for parmiaaion lo purchaae  tbe following
deaenbed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at tbe confluence of blackwaler river wttb tba Naaa nvar
about two milea aouth of the aiath Dominion
lalegraph cabin. Foat marked It. M. N. E.
Corner, ihenee 60 chaina auuth, tbence 60 chaina
weal, ibence 60 chaina nurth, ihence 60 chaina
eaat to point of commencement, containing 610
acrea more or leaa.
Daled Sept. 23, Ull        HERBERT McLENNAN
Fub. Nov. *i.
Skeena Land DUtriet���DUuict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice that 1. Chriatopher Jamea Grabam
| ot l'nnce Rup rt,  11. C, occupauon locomotive
engineer. Intend lo app|> fur p*rmuatuo lo purchaae
lhe lollowing deacribed landa.
Commencing al a poat planted at the auuth-
tat corner of Lol No. ll.*** vldnliy of L_Ute
Lakeue aud marked Chrietopber J. Graham
N. E. Corner, ti ence waat 40 eaaina, ibence eoutii
SO rhaina, thence eaat 4u chaina, tbence north ao
chaina to poet of commencement; containing
320 -r.r*, mere nr laaa.
I     CHR1STOFHER  JAS,   GRAHAM,   Locator
Dated bepu 2Z. mi  II.M A.M.~W.tne.Md T. D
UM
Pub SepL 30,
Skeena Land DUuict���Duuict of C��aiar
j     Take noUoa that H. 11. Stewart of Vancouver,
I B.  C,  occupaUon  truckman,  intenda  ****.��� appl)
for permiaaion lo purchaae tbe following deecribed
! lanoa:
Commendng at a poet planted 40 chaina aoulb
of I're-emptiun No. 69i and 62 Chaina eaat (rom
tha Naaa Kiver (S. W. C.J, thence 40 chatna eaal,
thence 40 chaina nortb, ihence 40 chaina waat,
, thence 40 chaina aouth to the point of commencement to contain ICO acree mure ur leaa.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug, lul 1. Jamea T. Fullerlon, Agenl
Fub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Dutrict���DUlrict of Coaat IUnge 5
| Tak* nouee that Harold E. Smith of Mor.,,.
Alia., occupation atailon agent, intenda to apply
(or perntaaion to purchase the following daacribed
landa:
Commonclng at a poet planted at the aouth
weal corner 100 chains aaat and 20 cbains north
(rom N. E. vomer of Lol 1116, Harvey's Surve>
Coaat Dutrict Ranga 6, tbenea 40 chains raeU
ihence 00 chains nurlb, ibence 40 chains waat.
tbence 60 cbaina soulh to poat of commencement
containing 320 acras, mure or leaa.
Daied Sept. 18, 1V11. HAROLD E. SMITH
Fub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Bohler. Agen
1 Skeena Land DUtrict���DUUict of Coast Range 6
Taka nutice tbat 1, Gordon C.  Emmeraon of
Frince   Rupert,   ll.   C,   occupation   roal   estate
broker,  intend  to apply  for permiaaion  to  purchaae the following deaaibed lands:
Commencing at a poat planled about 2 3-4
muea in a northerly direction Irom the northeaat
corner poet of Lot IS**, Range 6, Coast Disuict,
tbence north 40 chains, ihence waat to rivar
bank, thence auulb following riv*r bank to point
ol commenoameiiii containing 160 acres, more or
loaa.
Dated Sepu 0, 1911.  CORDON C. EMMERSON
Fub. Oct. 10.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range 6
Taka noUoa that Hlriam Roy McTaviah of
Winnipeg, Man., occupauon barrUter, inlenda
to apply lur permiasion to purchase tbe following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the aouthweat
corner 40 chaina east snd 40 chaina north from
N. E. eorner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey Coaat
DUtrict Range 6, thenee 60 chains east, thenee
60 chains north, thenee 60 chaina weat, ihenee 60
chains south to poat of commencement containing
3H0 acrea more or leaa.
DatedSept. 18, 1911  H1R1AM ROY McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23. Frad W . Bohler, Agent
THEY LANDED A
SICK ENGINEER
American Halibut Steamer Chicago Made Speolal Trip to
Prinoe Rupert���Heavy Weather
Reported on Banks.
An unfamiliar steamer nt the
<i. T. i>. wharf attraotod attention yesterday afternoon. The
boal was the i). s. halibul steamer ChioagOj whioh pul Into port
for m.'dictti assistance for her
chief engineer, who had ben
tak.'ii ill at sen. The engineer
was Inkcil lo thc hospital. While
i in- steamer wns nt the wharf her
crew of forty-one men lined the
bulwarks passing tbe time of day
wild Prince lluperl. Tbey told
of extremely heavy weather out
mi Ibe banks n few days ago when
llie vessel lost whole strips of her
rail and bulwarks and 1300 worth
..f llslimp gear from Ihe onslaught ..f tbe seas. One of the
crew remembered I'rince lluperl
four years ago ns a place with
  big barn-like house in it anil
the rest bush. When he heard
Ihe prices fetched bv Section 2
he wished be hnd slaved.
Tlie Best
Procurable.
Absolutely pure
VANCOUVER MURDER
John Demetrok, a Russian, Found
With  Bullet Wound.
Canadian Press Despatch.'1
Vancouver, Dec. fl.���No trace
has yet been found of the murderer of John Demetrok. who wns
found dend on Alexander street
wiih a bullet wound in his forehead. Robbery is supposed to
be lhe cause of lhe crime.
WHALINO SEASON OVER
William Grant Reaches Victoria.
Last Boat of the Season.
Victoria, Dec. 0. ��� Whaling
oprations nre reported to be over
for tbe yenr. Th steamer Wil-
linm lirnnt has returned here
from Hose Harbor, and her crew
have been paid off. It hns been
lhe most profitable yenr ever experienced.
COAL NOTICE
8k-.ni Und Dtotrlct-Dlrtrict ol Qunn Charlolt
Iri-ndi
Taka nolle* lhal Aualin M. Bra���n ol Princ*
Itupart. aaddlar, intanda to apply lo lb* I'hirl
l rrninit_.ion.r ol Unda and Work, lor a lio-nts.
to proapact lor eoal. oO and patroloum oft and
under tn* lollowln-** d*aoib*d landa on Um Waat
Coaal ol liraham Island.
Cornroandnf at a po*t plantad Ihra* milaa aaat
ot th* nonh-aat cornar .-( <". I- No. 4469 lhanc*
loath SO chain*, thene* ki chaini wot, th*ne* 80
ehalna north, toane* 80 chaina aaat to point ol
romm*nc*rnanL
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Ueatad Aucurt Iat. 1(1 L
Pub. Aut. It.
Skaana Und Diatrict-Diatrict ot Quaan Charlolt
Tak* nolle* thai thirty diva Irom da!*, I, C. E
Ualnlar ot Princ* Kup��ft. B. 0. by occupallon
bookk��*p��r. inund lo apply to Lh. Chief CommUaioner ol Undi Ioc a ltc.no. lo profp��et lor
coal and petrolvutn on and undar 640 acraa ol
land on Graham Iialnd da*rrib*d aa lollowa:
liimmrnnr-c at a poat planted two mill- nonh
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaal No. 18, marked N. W.
cornvr C. K B. Coal Lea** No. 24, thane* aouth
80 chaina, tbenoe eaat 80 ehalna, tbenee north
80 chaina, tbenee *rmt 80 cbaina to plac* ot com-
in.npMnent.
Ililed Sept. 12, llll.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
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THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, Principal
Nanaimo, B.C.
Skeena I-aixl DUtrict���Diatrict nf Caviar
Take   nutico   that   Charlea   William   Ham   o(
Vancouver, U. C, occupatiun Inapoctor, intenda
tu apply for parmiaaion to purchaaa tba following
deacntMK- landa:
Commendng at a poat plantod at the con-
fluenc* of Ulackwater river with tba Naaa rivar
about two milea aouth from tba aixth Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Poat marked C. W. H. S. W.
Corner, thanca 00 chaina north, ihenco SO chaina
eaat, tnence 80 chaina aouth, thenca 60 chaini
woat to point of commenoement, containing 640
acrea mure or l<oa.
rHAKJ.hS WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23, 1011.
' Pub. Nov. 2.
Skoena I.nml Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Taka notice that Thomaa Arthur WhiU of Vancouvar,  B.  ('..  occupation carpontor.  intonda to
apply for permiaaion  to purchaae tha following
daacribed landa:
Commencing at a post plantad at the con-
luenco of Btackmater river with Nau river, about
two mllea aouth of tha aiith Dominion Talegraph
cabin. Pint markad T. A. W. S. K Cornar, thenco
80 chaina north, thonc* 60 chaina weat, thenco 60
chaina aouth, tbenco 80 chaina aaat to point of
commencement, containing G40 acrea more or loai.
THUMAS AKTlfl'Il WHITK
Datad Sapt. 23. 1911.
Pub Nov. 2.
Skaena Und Di��rict��� Diatrict of Coaat IUnge V
Taka notioa that Jeaaa M. Tallman of Cedar
lUpltla, Iowa, occupation lawyar, io*emla to
apply for permlMlon to purchaaa tho following
laacribod landa;
Commanclng at a poat plantod on tba aoutherly
ahor* of Kutiymatoan Inlet on tha right bank
of a email atioom flowing into aald Inlat juat aaat
of Crow Laka. Thenco aouth 20 chaina, thanea
waat 20 chaina more or leaa to tha ahoro line of
Crow Laka, thence northerly and aaaterly following the ahoro llnaa of Crow Lake, the Inlat
to Crow Uke and Kutteymateon Inlet to tha
placa of commencement, conUining forty acrea
more or laaa. Locatad Auguat 7, I till.
Daud Aug 9, 1911. JfojsE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
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Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Quean Charlotu
Tako ooUco tbat thirty dui from dau, I. C. ��.
Uainter of Princa Kuport, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to tho ChM Com*
minioner of Landa for a Uoasee u proapact tor
coal and patrolaum on and undar Mu acna of
\ land on Graham Lalaod deacribod aa followa:
Corarooodng at a poat planted two ralae notrh
j of atake marked C. K B. Coal Loaao No. 4. markad
N. E. rornrr C. E. B. Cool Lout tio. 6, thonc*
j aouth 60 chaina. theoc* waat 80 chaina, tbonce
north 60 cbaina. thenoa eaat 80 ebaioe to placo of
commencement.
Dated Sn��t- 11. 19H-    C. K. BAINTER. Locatoi
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skaana Und Diet/let���Diatrict of Coart Kange r.
Tako notlea tbat Harbart J. Mackie of l>rr.
broka, Ont_, occupaUon lumberman. InUnda u
apply (or parmiaaioo to purchaaa the following
daacribed landa:
Commendng at a poat planted on tbe left bank
of th* 7.> mo'joiia or Zim-a-got-iu Rivor, at aouth*
weat corner of Ut 1706, thence northerly, lollowing
too weaterly boundary of Lot 1708, SO chaina
more or loaa, to tha northweat eorner of aaid Lot ,
1708. tbenea weaterly aad aoutherly. following
tbe left bank of aaid river, 80 chaina mor* or l*aa to
point ot commencement containing 180 aena
mora or leaa.
Located Auguat 19, 1911.
Dated Auguat 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
P-ib. At_g. 36. Frederick S. Clementa, Agent
Skerna Und DUtrict���Diatrict of Coaat IUnge 8
Taka notice that I, Thomaa McClymont of
Prince Rupert, B. <"., oceopation real aauu
broker, intend to apply lor oermlaaion to purchaae
the following deecribed lanoa:
Commendnf at a paot planted at tbe S W.
corner of pre-emption record 412, tbence erit 80
chajna, tbenc* aouth 40 chaina, tbence oreat 80
chaina to abor* of lake, tbenee following abor*
of lake In a northerly direction to point of commencement; containing 320 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Sept. 6f 1911. THOMAS McCLYMON'T
Pub. Sept. 9. Eronoat Cole. Agent
Skeena Und DUUict���Diatrict of Coaat Range 5
T-ke noUee that It. P. Miller of Tipton. England, occupation farmer, nUnda U apply for
p-rrmUeion to purchaaa the following dcoeribod
ianda:
Commendng at a poat planted about 80 chaina
weat from the N   W. Cornar of Ut 4408, thence ;
north 40 ehalna, thenoa weat 20 chatna,  thenco
amith  40 chaina,  tbence eaot  20 ehalna  t<>  tbe
point of eommencoment containing eighty acna I
more or Icm.
Daud Auguat 19 1911. R. P. MILLER
I Pub. Aug. 28. P. M. Millar. Agent
Skaena Und DUtrirt���Diatrict of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty daya from date, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, It. ('., by occupation
bookkeeper, InUnd U apply to tbe Chief Conv
inlviioner of Landa fur a llconce to proapact for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham laland deecribed aa followa:
Commenrlng at a poat planted two mllea nortb
TUbn northweat lomet Cool Laaaa 4488 marked
C. t. B. Coal Loaae No. ',"', thenct aouth 80 ehalna.
thenc* weat 80 chaina, thenc* north 80 chaina
tbMire aa*rt 60 chaina to poinl o! rommeneeroeat:
nnulnlng 640 acrea mora or leaa-
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C.  B.  BAINTER i
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skeana Und Diatrict���DUtrlct of Coaat Range 6
Tak* notlc* that Prank S. Millar rf Undon,
Eng., occupation rivi! engineer, Intenda to arplv
for permUMon to purchaae the following daacrlbeil
landa:
Commendng at a poet plantod at tho N. E.
Corner of Lot 28, tbenee north 20 chain*, thane*
weat 20 chaina, thene* eouth 20 chaina, tbenee
eaat 20 chaina to point of eommeneomevt, oon-
SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY I't'lU.It')
V. F. G. GAMBLE
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
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at 6 p.m. for Vancouver,
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Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -      $6.00
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Uulla Coola Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Range
8
Take notice that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intenda to apply fur
���ivriiiiaalon to loaao the following doacribed landa:
Commonclng at a poat planted at tbo ahoro
nuur tho N. h. corner of Lot No. a, thence north
40 chaina, thonce went HU chaina more or lou to
vast boundary of cannery leaae, thonce fullowlng
iho aald oaat boundary aouth 40 chaina mora or
ii** to ahore line, theoce following ��ald ahore
Imu eaaterly 80 chainn more or loaa to point of
commencement; containing 320 acroa, more or
luaa.
1 mted Auguat 31, 1011. 11.   M. CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent
BflUa Coola Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Rango
Tuko notice that U. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, oceupatlon genUeman, Intenda to apply
[ur pormiaaion to leaae tho following doacribed
lunda:
Commonclng at a poat planted at the N. !���;
curnor of Lot 83, thunce north 20 chaina, thence
Mt*t n> chaina, thence aouth 20 chaina moro or
It.-* lu shore line, thenco following thu ahora line
Mil 40 chulM more or leaa to point of commence
mem; containing 80 caree, more or leea.
Jiuttd Auguat 31,1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
I'ub. Supt. 30. William McNair, Agenl
1 .-Hit Coola Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct o ICoaat lUng
8
Tuko notice tbat II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intenda to apply
lur purmiaaion to leaae the folluwing duacribeil
lunda:
Cummenelng et a poat plantod at tho N. W.
turner of Lot No. 4, tbenoo nurth 40 chaina, thencu
���a*j*X 40 chaina, thonce auuth. 40 chaina more or
:. -. to ahore line, thunce following ahora line
v,i*sturly 40 chaina more or loaa to point of commencement; conUining 80 acrea, mora or leea.
Huted Auguat 28, lUll. H.  M.  CLIFF
I'uh. SepU 30. William McNair, Agen
Hella Coola Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range
8
UTake notice that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ire*
lund,   occupation   gentleman,   Intonda   to   apply
lur permiaaion  to leaae  tbe  following  doacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poet plantod at the N. W
curner of Lot 262, ihence aoutb 40 cbaina more
or leea to northern boundary of leaao Nu. 1 applied
fur ny 11. M. Clill, thence following aaid boundury
rit.il 20 chaina, thunce norlh 40 chaina, thunce
Hist 20 cbaina to point of oommenevmunt; conUining 80 acroa, mora or leaa.
Datad Auguat 28, 1011. II.  M. CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
Delia Coola Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Uangu
Take notico that 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intenda to apply
for permiaaion to loaae the following described
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod at tbo S. I.
turner of Lol 251, thoncu aoutb 40 cbaina moru
ur Ivoa to northern boundary of Leaao No. 1
uuptiad for by il. M. Cliff, tlience tttai 20 chaiiu
alung aaid boundary, thunce nortb 40 chaina,
thenee weat 20 cbaina to point of cummeoceinvni;
coalmining 80 acree, more or loaa.
Dated Auguat 28, 1911. li.   M.  CLIFF
I'ub. SepU 30. WUliam McNair, Agent
THE DAILY NEWS
COAL NOTICE
Skoena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty daya from date, 1, C. K.
Balnter of Prince Rupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkuupur, Intnd to apply to tbo Chief Com-
mlaalonur of Landa for a licence to uroapect for
SPfi **5..&tolW "5a. MtTSJil? ��o acree of
oonce to
  r __, *tm ...ni under    ..  _
land on Uraham laland deacribed aa followa
Cummenelng at a poat planted one mile north
of C. !���_. 11. Coat Loaae No. 9, markod N. W.
corner C. K. B. No. 10, thoncu aouth 80 chain*
thunco woat 80 chaina, thenoe north 80 ohalna,
thunco oast 80 chaina to place of commonoemonu
Duted Sopt. 11,1911. C. K. BAINTER. Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen CbarlotU
Tako notice that thirty daya fronm dau, I, C. K.
Baintur of I'rlnce Rupert, B. C, occupation book.
keener, Intend to apply to tho Chief Commiaaioner
ot Landa for a lloonoe to proapoct for coal and
putroluum on and undor 640 acree of land on
Cruhum laland deecribed aa followa:
Cummen-clng at a poat planted two mllee north
of C. K. B. Coal Loaae No 8, marked N. I., oorner
of C. i:. B. Coal Leaae No. 11, thenoe aoutb 80
chain*, thence wuat bO chaina, thenoe north 80
chaina, thonce eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 191
I'ub. Sept. 23.
C E. BAINTER, Ucator
Skoona Land DUtrict���Diatrict ot Queen CbarlotU
Tako notico that thirty daya from date, 1, C, fi.
Balnter uf I'rince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund U apply to tbo Chief Com-
mlaalonur of Land for a liconce tu proapect for
coal and petroleum on and undor o40 acree of
land on Uraham laland described aa followa:
Commencing at a pout planted two milee north
of C. E. B. t'uul Leaau No. 7. marked C. E. B.
Coul I.i'ji-.t' No. 12, thonce aouth 80 chatna, thenoe
oaat 80 chaina, thence nortb 80 chaina, thence
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What ciiiisiiinii's un amateur
athlete.      The
arisen
we.1 80 chain, to pl.c. ut commencement.
Hull'.! s.-|.i 11, mil.    C. H. BAINTEH. Locator
I'ub. SepU 23.
Ski.-ni Land Dlitrict���Diatrict ol Queon Charlotu
Take nolic lhat thirly daya Irom dat., I, C. E.
Ilainler ol Princ Itupert. 11. C, liy occupation
leeeiekkis-iH-r,   inti'iirl   CO   apply   IU   til.-   ChM   Com-
niinaloner ol Landa lor a licnc to proapoct lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acre ol
land on Uraham laland doacribed aa lollowa:
I'rrllllll.-ni-lnr; at ll piist  plii*iU*.| two milt-, nurili
ol C. K. H. Coal Leaaa No. 1, marked S. W. oorn-tr
C. K. II. Coal Leaa. No. 13, thenc north 30
chaina, thonc eaat 30 chaina, th.nc aouth 80
chaina, tbenc weat 80 chaina to plac ol commoncement.
DatedSept.il, llll
Pub. Sept- tl.
C. E. BAINTER, Loctor
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dialricl ol Queen Charlotte
Tak. notlc thai thirty daya irom date, 1, C. ��.
Uaintor ol Prlnco llupert, li. C., by occupatiun
i-Hikkoeper, inlvcd to apply to the Cbiel Cum*
niuwiunor of L-uida lor . licenc to proapect lur
rual and petroleum on and under 010 acraa oi
land on tinhorn laland doacribod aa lullowa:
Commencinu at a poal planted bv. mile, eul
.1 Coal Laaaa No. I i.l. m-u-k-xl C. I.. Uainur'.
N. E. corner Coal lAmao So. '.', thonc .oulh oil
rhaina, thenc wet 80 chaina, thane north 80
cliaina, thenc eaal 80 cbaina lo plac ol cum-
im-ncmenl.
Daled Sepl. 11, lull.    C. E. UAINTEH, Ucaior
Tub. M-pi. 23.
.--i.is-na l-aii.l Dlalrlct��� Dialilct ol Quoen Charlotte
Tak. nolle lhal thirty daya Irom dau, 1, C. E.
Uainur of Princ Kupert, It. C, by oeupation
buukkeptr, inund lo apply lo lho Ch'rl Com*
r   l-lee||ir   Ot   l-*llll.   llll   .   llivtliv   U   pli'-pe .'l    (or
.  -il and pc-Tolaum on and under bio acraa ol
land on liraham laland doacr.lNKi u (ollowa:
Commonclng at a pel planted on. mil. north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leu. No. 10, marked C E. II.
Coal Lo���w No. II, thone north 80 chaina, thenc
weal 80 chains. It-one aoulh 80 chaina, thene
real 80 chaina lo plac u( comiiu-ncniont.
Daud Sept. 11, mil. C. E. UA1N I'Elt. Loelo.
Pub. Sae*~ IX.
Skwna Land Dialricl���Dialrlcl ol Quen Cbarioll
Tak. nolle that thirty daya trom dau, 1, C. i.
Uainur ol Print"*-* Kujivil, U. C, by occupaliut.
boukkepor, Inund u .pply U lho Chtal Commiaaioner ot Lauda lor a licnc lo pro^Md lor
cai and petroleum oo and under 840 acraa ol
land on liraham laland deenbed aa (ollowa:
Commonclng at a pet plaolcd Iwo mill, north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leae No. 10, marked N. E.
erner C. E. U. Coal Leae No. 18, thene eulh
80 chaina, tbenc wet 80 cbaina, Ihenc north
80 chaina, thene eal 80 chaina lo plae o( cm-
menemenu
Dated SepU II, llll.     C. E   LAIN 11.11, Local.,.
Pub. SepU 23.
Skena Lud Diatrict���Dblrlct ol Quen Charlotu
Tak. nolle that thirty daya trom dau, 1, C E
lleiinur of I'rlne Itupuri. H. C, by occupaUon
bookkeper, Inund u apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Land, lur a bene to prospect lu.
cai and petroloum on and under 840 acre ol
land on Graham laland doeribed aa lollowa:
Commencing at a pet planted two mile nortii
ul .'. E. II. Coal Lee No. 14, marked N. E.
crow C. E. B. Coal Lee No. 17, Ihenc wuih
80 chaina, thene wet 80 cbaina, Ibenc north 8U
chaina, tbene eat 80 chaina to plae ul com*
menemenu
Daud Sept. 11, lllll.    C. E. BAINTEH, Loctor
Pub. Swu 23.
Skena Land Diatrict���Dialricl ol Quen Charlotte
Tak. notice th.t thirty dava Irom dat., 1, C. E
Uainur ol Prine Itupact, B. C, by occupatiun
leeeeikki.rper, inund to .pply to lho ChM Commiaaioner ol Land, (or a Llene lo prepect lur
eal and petruleum 00 and under '-III acre ol
land on Graham laland do-M-ribci aa (ollowa:
�� iniiiiH-nciiig at a pel planud two mile nortii
ol C. E. B. .'oal Leaae No. 12, ii,.n,.,.I N. W.
erner C. E. B. Coal Leue No. 18, thene .oulh
80 chaina, thane eut 80 chaina, Ihenc north 80
chaina, thane wet 80 chaina to plac ol com*
moncmanu
D.ud Sepu 11, llll.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Srpt. 23.
Skena Land Diatrict���Dialricl ol Quean Charlotte
Tak. nolle lhat thirty daya alter dau, I, C. E
Uainur ol Prine Rupert, II. C, by occup.llon
bookke-epor, InUnd to apply to th. Chief Com*
miaaionor ol Landa lor a bene to prepect lur
cai and petroleum on and under 840 acrea ol
land on Graham laland doacrilMd ** (ollowa:
Commonclng at a pual plantod two milea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leae No. 13, marked S. ��
erne C. E. B. Coal Leu. No. IU, thenc north
80 chaina, thane eat 80 chaina, thenc eulh 80
chaina, thane wet 80 chain to place ol com*
niL-iiemanU
Dated Sept. II, 1911.    C. 1'. HAINTI.lt. Locator
Pub. SepU 23.
Skena Land Diatrict���Dlatrlcl ul Quen Charlutto
Taka notie lhat I dirty dayi Irom daU, I, " ��� r.
Ilainler ol Prine Huport, U. C, by occupaUon
bookkeper, Intend to apply to the Chiel I om-
miaaiimar ol Landa lor a licnc to pruiieci lot
co.1 .nd pelroleum on and under liio acre ol land
on Graham laland deacribed u lollow.*.:
Commencing al a poat planted Iwo miloa nortii
ol C. E. B. Coal Leae No. 14, marked S. ��.
cornar C. E. 11. Coal Loa*> No. 20, thene nor.h
80 chaina, thone wet 80 chalm, Ihenc aouth 80
chaina, thene eut 80 chains to plac ol com*
mencment. ���	
Daled S.pU 11, mil.    C. E. UAINTER, Loc.lor
I'ub. Sepu 23.
Skena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Tak. notie that thirty days alicr dau, I, C. b.
Uainter ol Prlne Rupert, U. C, by occupallon
bookkeper, InUnd to apply to the Chiel Com-
misaioner ol Unda lor a licnc lo prospect lor
roal and petroleum on and under 640 aire ol
land on Uraham laland deacribed u lollows:
Commencing at a pet planled two mile nortn
ol C. E. *. Coal Uae No. 16, marked S. fc.
erner C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. Il, thenc nortn
80 chaina. thene weat 80 chains, thenco eolith tin
chaina, thene out: 0 chaina to plac ol em-
menemanU .    ���  ,
Daud SepU 11, llll.    C. E. BAINTEH. Ucator
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quen Charlotte
Tak. nolle th.t thirty d.y, Irom dale, I. L. ��..
Daintor ol Prlne Hupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeper, intond lo apply to the thiol Commiasioner ol Unda lor a licnc lo tirospecl lur
eal and petroleum on and under 640 acre ol
oland on Graham laland described u lol own
I Commencing at a pet planted Iwo miles north
ot C. tS. B. Co.1 Loaao No. 16, markod N. fc.
erner C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 22, thonc aoulh
80 chaina, thonce wet 80 chaina, thenc north 80
chaini, thene eut 80 chaini to plac ol com-
DltoTSeJt! 12.1611.    C. E. HAINTER. Ucator
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Tak. nolle that thirty dayi Irom dale, I, O. fc.
Balntor ol Prlnco Rupert, 11 C, by occupation
bookkeper, Inlend to apply to lho Chiel loin-
miaaionor ol Unda lor a Hence to J***** *'*'
coal and petroloum on and under 610 cares oi
land on Graham Island doacrlbeil si follows:
Commencing al a poll plantod two milee north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leae No  17, markeil N. lv
corner C. E. B. Co.! Uaso No. 23  tlu-nc sou
80 chaina, thene wet 80 chains, thone north
80 cbaina, thene eut 80 chains to place ol com*
KSSTmM 12. WU.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Tub, Sept. ss.
Skena Und DUtrlct���DUUict ol Quen ChailotU
lalanda
Take nolle that Aualin M. Brown ol Prine
Hupert, B. CL occupaUon uddler, inunda to
apply to the Chief CommUeionerr ol Land, and
Worka lor a licnc to prepet lor eal, oil and
petroloum on and under tha lollowing doacribed
landa on tbo Wei Coul ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a pet planted thre. mile i���
ol the northeut erner of C. L. No. 4478 theoc
80 chaina eulh, thene 80 chaini oul, (June* 80
cbaina north, ihene 80 ehalna wet to point ol
etnmenement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Dau ol Loetlon Jl.t July. UU.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skene Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Quen Charlotu
Islandi
Tako noUe that Auatin M. Brown ol Prine
HuperU oeupaUon aaddler, inland, to apply to
tho Chief ('i-iiiiniasiiir.t-r of Laada and worka
(or a llene to prepect lor coal and oil and pi-iru
l-'iiiii on and under tha lollowlng deacrilied landa
on tbe Wei Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a pet planted three mile eut
of lhe eouthwet erner of C. L. No. 4477 thene
80 chaina taiL thane 80 cbaina north, thene 80
chaina wet, thene 80 ehaina eulh to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Data ol 1-xaUon, M.l July III 1.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skwna Und DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Queu Chirlotu
Island!
Tak. nolle lhat Aualin M. Brown ol Prine
Rupert, occupation aaeldlrr. inunda to applv to
lhe Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and Work, for a
llene to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following dweritMd lanel. on the Wet
Cout ul Graham laland:
Commencing al a poal planUd thre. miirn ea*x
ol ih. eutheut erner o iC. L. No. 4472 thene
north HO chaina, thenc aut 80 chains, thene eulh
80 chaina, lhanc wel 80 chaina to point ol em-
menemenu
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, llll.
Pub. Aug. It.
sk.Tiia Uod DUtricl���DUlrict ol Queen Charlotu
Take nouc lhal thirty days (rom daU, I, C. E
Bainur ol Prloe HuperU U. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to th. Chief CommUaioner i'i Unda lot a llene to prospect tor
ooal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham Island doacribwl u lollowa:
Commencing al a pel plantod Ave mile eut
ol Coal Leue No. 4467, marked C. E. B. Coil
Uu. No. 1. N. I. r.en.et, tbene weat 80 chaina.
Ihene wuih 80 chaini. thene eaat 80 chaina.
tbene north 80 ehaiu lo plac ul emmencment.
Datod SepU II, 1*11 C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
I'ub. Sept tt.
question haa
His'iiin over the seleotion
nf the United Stales team to
oompolo in ilu- Olymplo Barnes
ni siiirkhniiii m-xi year. The
Aiiiiii.'iii' Athletic Union hns de-
I'iil.'.l on the fulluwing definition
..f mi amalouri
An nthl.'i.' who never has received compensation or oompeled
for it reward of uny kind, except
in an authorised competition; or
who has never received a reward
purely for nn exhibition of his
skill; or who hus never been paid
hy uny athlello organisation for
servii f any kind; or who hus
ni'vi'i- I'l't'oivcd i'oiiip.'iisnli..n for
Joining any athletic organisation or fur continuing its u member.
An athlete who has never en-
t.'i'.'.l ii i ipelllion under u name
m.l his own, nr from n (iluii of
which he wns in.( it member in
good standing.
An athlete who hns never
knowingly competed Villi pro-
fessionnls or entered any competition open to professionals.
An athlete who lias never challenged a professional, or issued
-i challenge to compete with anyone fur money.
An nlhlele who has never sold
..r pawned any prize won iu an
authorised competition.
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holding llie gunies ul Vancouver
in llll 3. 1'.a n iu In hns made great
strides in lhe athletic world of
lule years, but has never been
honored by holding lhe Olympic
games. The Vancouver folk ongoing to try and secure the gniii.-s
for Vancouver fn 1013.
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THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN
Thia Ib a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope U expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
VOTE8 FOR WOMEN
New  Liberal   Leader   In   Ontario
Favors the Demand.
Mr, N. VV. Rowoll, the new load-
v tif the Liberal party in Ontario,
outlined a strong program
hit
skwna Land District���Distria ot Quiwn Charlott*
Take nolic* that thirty days rrom 'in*. I. C. i:
Hainier of Prine* Ilupart, It. C, by occupation
tHKikkcvper, Intend to apply to tbo Chiatf Commlaaionar ol Lands for a her ner to proapact (ur
eoal and patrolaum oa and under 640 acraa ol
land on t.raham laland daaenbod aa follows:
Commencing at a poot plantad Qve mil*a cast
of Coal Loaao No. 4467, markad C. E. 11. N. W.
eorner No. *. tbenea aoutb W chaina, thencp eaat
Ml chaina, tbenea north 80 cbaina, tbenc* most
Ml chaina to ptaoe o( commencement.
Dated SepU 11, 1911. C. L. MAIN 11.11. Locator
I'ub. Sept, 23.
Skeona Land DUtrict��� District of Queen CbarlotU
Take notie* that thirty days from dat*. I. C. 1
Uainter o( I'rinc* Kupert, 1* < , by occupation
bookkeeper, intand to apply to lb* Chief Com*
miaaioner eif Landa for a licenco to prospect for
eoal and petroleum oo and under 640 actus of
land on Urahsm Island deacribed as foUowa.
Commencing at a poet planted bv* milea eaat
of Coal (.ease No. 4476, marked C. K. li 3. V*.
cornar ot Coal Leas* No. 3, thenc* oaat SO chains.
Ihenca north MJ chaina, thene* waat 80 chaina,
thence aouth Mi chaina to plac* of commenrptnent.
Dated Sept. II. l'.-11 C. E. It .UN 'U.K. Locator
Tub. Sapt. 23.
Skeena Land Dielrtet���Diatrict ot gueen CbarlotU
Take notice that thirty dan from data, I, C. I..
Uainter of I'rinca Kuport, H. C-, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inland to apply lo tba Chiat Commiaaioner of Landa for a licenc* to proapect for
eoal and petroleum oo and under 640 acraa of
land on -Graham laland daacribed aa followa:
Ctimmencinx at a poat planted Ova mtlsa eaat
of Coal Leaae No. 4476, marked C. i: H s. I.
comer Coa) Leaae No. 4, thanca weal 80 cbains.
thanca north 80 chaina, thenca eaat 80 cbaina,
thence south 80 chaina to placa of commencement.
Dated SepL 11,1911. C. I-* H.UM"��.K. Locato
rub. Sapt. 23
Skeena Land District���District ot (Ju--*n Charlott
Take notice that thirty days fr��m dale, I. A. T.
Hroderick ot I'rinca Kupert, II. C, by occupation
bank manager, Inland to apply u> lb* ChM Commissioner of Landa (or a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 acraa of
land on (iraham Island deacribed aa follow*:
Commencing at a poal planted two mllea north
ot C. K It. Coal Leaa* No. 21, markad S. K
corner uf A. T. II. Coal Leaaa No. 27, thene*
weat 80 ehalna, thenca north **' chaina, thenee
eaat 80 chaina, thenca south 80 chaina to place
ol commencement.
A. T. DKODKKICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12,1911. C. H. Hainter, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Frank Untch is siill pulling all
llic champions mi iln*tr hacks,
id* defeated (*arl Bammertohmldt,
the champion of (iermany in
short order ul Minneapolis iho
other night. Carl only lasted
twenty-four minutes. The first
fatl was wmi in fourteen minutes
wiih a h'K hold und Ihe second in
ten minules wiih a half nelson
ami let? hold.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leaving Prince Rupt-rt Thursdays at
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's arrival, December 21st and 28th, arriving
in Vancouver Saturday morning December 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. m.. December 26th and January 2nd.
nl' -rrruii reforms dial politicians
liuvi* I n in I lie Iinliil of sliirk-
iiii,r. uni' uf ih.'se is ilu- temperance question and tbe olher is
Un' voles for women, Mr. Rowell
has promised to stand for a prohibition measure, and at his
Drumbro in.'.'liiii; last week an-
nounood thai be would take steps
to formulate a demand for woman
suffrage. The news has caused
great satisfaction among those
women who are asking for the
franchise, and among (hose men
who agree that the accident of
sex sll.mid not disbar half llie
nation from saving bow il would
like in be governed.
a i-t it-1.- iu the Montreal star, the
allegation Is made that lhe men
from ii. M. I., s. Rainbow, who
wero loaned by the Imperial navy
are disgusted with tbe treatment
Ihey have reoelved. li Is olalmod
thai the rale of pay is Inadequate,
that tlie allowances for food and
ololhlng ai.' nut enough, that
wholesale desorlions have taken
plaCO   anil    lhal    nf    the    twelve
stoki'i's who wero drafted Ihore
only ono remains.
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THE CHEERFUL CYNIC
He Has Timely Advloe for Prinoe
Rupert Folk.
Present schedule will remuin in efTect
until above dates.
Bi-weekly train service to VanBrsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
"Wolgaal is -iiii the liglu-
w.'igh champion," says Manager
Tom .lours, "and he will defend
his lille. II may he some lime,
bui lie will re-enter lbs ring nnd
Freddie Welsh will be his first
opponent for ihe nil.*. Hut I will
in.I allow Wolgast In do any
kind of training under six
tin.nl lis."
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
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FREIGHT   AND   FASSENt-ER   AGENT
A grub may become a butterfly,
Iml the man win. marries a butterfly, expecting her lo turn into
a giiili, should remember ihat
nature never works that way.
When a woman lias a cold thai
makes licr nose red il is utterly
us.'less for it man lo try to gut
ber worked up over such trifles
as suffrage, socialism ami the
fale of her country.
Many a woman loves her husband lor bis faults, simply lie-
ciiuse ihi'iv isn't anything else on
.-iii'lll lo love him  for.
The nirl who wants lo be really
popular and wears a hobbled
skirl and one of lhe new hats
surely  must   believe  Hint   love  is
blind.
London, Dec. li.���llai'on llni'iille
has applied lor a patent for a
new invisible aeroplane lie has
invented, The soorel Is in floating ihe machine with a metallic
preparation that m^kes it refleot
like ,1 looking glass.
'DADDY'S GIRL.
Ar.
RY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
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A
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A sample copy of Ihis picture,
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i - li ilii wiih Hie sweet.'si and most
expressive face lhal ran be
Imagined, may be seen at this I
offlce.
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CHARLESE DICKENS is still a
"besl seller." Publishers don'l
argue pro ami con over bis books
���Ihey just order a new carload
of paper, oil tin- presses, and let
Ihem speed on. And il has been
over forty years since, one morn
ing when the yard was llll.-d Willi
scarlet geraniums ami the breath
of syringa was heavy iu the air,
(lie great author followed little
Neil. Now that tbe centenary ..f
bis birth (February Tib , 1812),
approaches   and   everybody   is
thinking of Dickens. We have
secured several articles which
will (ell many things about him
thai have hitherto been unknown.
In (he January Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickus, will
(���-II you some of Ins own personal
recollections of llie great novelist. Later, probably in February
Mary Angela Dickens, his granddaughter, will give an Intimate
view of Dickens as she remembers him. In fact, in these and
olher arli.-ls    on Dickens which
will follow���fully   Illustrated, of
been publish.I of thee human
course���we shall aim to give y.>u
a more vivid piclure lliau lias yet
the home���side of lhe great master, written by those who knew
him besl. Head the arliclcs���
Ihey will surely arouse a new interest in Ihe "best beloved" nu
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Over Westenhaver Bros." Office.
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Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ���*.- A1JDI10KH
I.aw-Hutler Building      Phone No. 280
I'rince Runert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,
of llniish Columtil.
.nil Muirit.rlru Hart.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of IIC l iiitarlu. Sa.-
k.trh.w.n .nd Al-
Im-iih llara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlee-Exrti.nire block, comer Third avrnuc .nd
Sixth itn-ct- Princ. Hiinirl. (
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All el.-iital oticr.tioni skilfully tn-atad. Ha. .nd
local .nuthctlcH mliiiiiri-ti-risl for tho palnlra. ex-
traction of t.-sili Consultation f ta*. Office.:
li.-lKiTs.en Block. I'nii.-.- Ruoert. il-l-
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WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
I'.'.O. BOX zt
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*11-11. OK WM. Iiix.iN.  E-U).. A.It.A.M., SON., CNO
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire. LU. .Ad Accid.nl Inaurance.
61S -irel Avenua Fhone lal and iii>-n 312
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS _ SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Curried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Avb.
===E.   EBY   C&   Ca=��=
REAL   ESTATK
Kitaumkalum Lanl For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� H   C.
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE ITiiJ GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
'Hwa Land Diatrict���District of qu��en Charloti
Take notice that thirty day* from date. I, C. E
Balnter of Prince Kupert, 1). C, by occupation
l-ookkeeDtr, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
l>ookkeeper, intend to apply ��� ___ ,.___
miminnar of Landa for a licence to proapect for
cnU and  petroleum on and  under 640 a "���
land on (Iraham laland dRMtibod aa follom:
Commencini at a pott planted at the aouthweat
cornor of Coal Leaae No. 4.6ft marked <    v    ,l
CfiW and petroleum on ami under 640 acrai of
���        ���"*-"-��� lewrilKHl aa follom:
_-i->_-.__,l m lha ami.	
cornor oi miu uw* ���-*. -..���-, _, E, B.
Coat Leaae No. 2$, thence north KU chains, thence
weat 60 chains, thence roulh HO chaina, thence
eaat 80 chains to point ol commencement covering
all foreahore Tlahn Poinl.
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C.  E.  HAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
misaioner of l-amla for a lleenee to MMl for
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acm* of
land on Graham Inland deerribed aa followa:
^^________ lanted two mllea north
of C. E. h Coal Uaae No. 17, markM B. W
corner A. T. U. Coal Lnaee No. 'if*, thenee north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thenee aouth 80
chaina, tnence wait 80 chaina to plaee of Commencement.
A. T. HRODERICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12,1011. C E. Rainier, A��tnt
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict -District of gueen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days from date; I, A. T.
Hroderick of Prince Rupert, B. C, hy occupation
hank manaaer, inlend to apply to the Chief (om-
misaioner of Lands for a licence to proapect for
coal and petrnlrum on and under 610 earee of
land on Uraham Island dnacrit>ed as followa:
Commencing at a post plnated two milea north
uf C. E. H. Coal (.ease No. 2*1, marked S. E.
corner A. T. It. Coal Leaae No. 26, thence north
80 chains, thence wnt 80 ehalna, thence aouth
80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains to place of commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Ucator
DatedSept. 12,1911. C. E. Hainter, Agent
Pub. Sapt. 28,
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnl.h-wl and
Sl���m H���ted Room.
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
W. H. Wrighl, Prop       r.o. m 37
18 NSW a FAILURE
Montreal    Star   Says   That   the
Rainbow's Crew Say 80.
Montreal,  Deo.  7.���in a long
Tribute to Dead.
The lui.r William Jolliffe lay al
the wharf yesterday afternoon
dying her Hup hull mael inuii in
tribute i.< tlie seaman, Dunoan
[nglls, of Die Quadra, win. .lied
recently i,nd who will lie buried
wiih Masonic In.inn's I...Iny in lhe
new cemetery.
Cfcissstj Swwaisf ind Fsmsct detain
Prepare for winter by ffettinvyour fnr-
iiiii-es .uul ilm**. put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Puciail CkiM- 5��-p Atom  (ni IM, <r
Phone "l
SHE  CULTIVATES  AND   SELLS  FRE8H  WATER  PEARLS
car
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO. 63
M.e.-ts in the Helgeroon Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in thc city
are re.)nested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE, N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
TO LET
Flat in Hand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also .lores in same block.
Two cottager cort.er Second Avenue and
Nlntb Street.
FOR SALE
I ...is in i'll parts ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
c. dTrand
Second A v.. Phon* 112
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE I
MISS JULIA WHITE.
I rnoNr SOI H	
PONY EXPRESS
���YflTRMATIC Ml II' HAM -    lillllriil   slrvi. I
llailgiat.. Steer eii-r .nd   I ��� ���! \�� nr'liii|. Atf-iiL      For
Rl-ri or Motor Cr day or nighl
S.v.nlh Av��. .ml Fullon
I'ln.n*. -*i|
a LADY PEARL GROWER
Miss Julia White Finds It Profitable to Cultivate Pearls.
?t ******* * * **** MM ***** *0
, KING GEORGE  HOTEL j
* -: BSOnSSBLl clkan nooxs   :-        ���
* R. .ftml Undrr  New  Mauita*.! *
Run 35c ttt NifH   s.i  Vpmstis *
* mrs. c. Mcknight   -    ********* |
0* ,,,,.*>*'������.********** to
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fr.-k-r .nil Mh.        Choice Wlnei .nil Cl��.r.
RUPERT'S   PAIACE   or   COMFORT
in pursuit nf Independent liv��
Mil...ul, ihe most Ingenious vooa-
llons arc being exploited by
women.
Tennessee lins n young woiiirii
in Mins .Julia White of Hnncock
win. is becoming known ns an 6*��
perl in the culture of fresh water
pearls, she Is on example of that
type of ability thai discerns lha
buslnoss opportunity tlml lies
close nl hand.
Prom her early childhood Miss
While has been familiar with
pearl Hulling on tbo Clinch river,
which   HoWS   aiming   lhe   inouii-
lalns of Easl Tennessee.
Whll liking   ihe   journey
home fm' a college vacnlion, Miss
While saw in a jeweler's window
ul Knoxvillo a beautiful solitaire
pearl ring. Behind it. was a
placard whioh read, "Clinch Hiver
Pearl.   Three Hundred Dollars,"
Miss   While   inslnnlly  discerned
her opportunity.
She began in a smnll way buying up lhe pi'tii'l.M found in In'!'
neighborhood ami disposing of
these io dealers, in order lo do
ibis she undertook a thorough
slinly of the commercial gnxliug
of   pearls.     11 ui-   stock   goes   lo
.Grand  Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau ia Coaacctisa
Phone 178 Iat Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS, Proprl.ln
 little's NEWS Agency
wholesale dealers and to arls and I Magazines ll Periodicals :: Newspaper!
crafts   studios   where  jewels   of |
litis type are used.
Realising   thai    lha   Ushers'
methods were wnslcflll l.olli of
lime nnd of lhe lives of the mussels, Miss While is undertaking
lhe care of cerlain beds over
which she has jurisdiction. Pearl
fishing .'jiiiiioi be pursued with
destroying lhe mussels.   As Ihey
arc rarely found in the young
mussel  lhe depletion of the beds
is prevented by Inking only those
Of medium or large size.
Miss While is a lype of the
modern young woman who possesses among her olher charms
the gift of enthusiasm and cfii-
ciency.
CIGARS
::  JOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS
.Whites Portland Cement.
0. C.
EMMERSON
AOENT
Phone 125      Naden Block       Stcss-i kit
Advertise in
The Daily News THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper ana* the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch.    Contract rates
on application.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and  Mexico-DxiLY, 50c
per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.    Weekly,   $2.00 per year.    All
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
.Skc'iia Lantl District���Diatrict ol Cooi-t lUm-jo &
'i'uku nutico thut Lcltoy F. Grunt of Prince
Hujun, 11. 0 , uccupatiun civil enjiintH-i. Intonda
to upuly (ur (H-nniaaiuu tu putchaao tliu folio wing
dwtcribod lunda:
Commune ing ut u uoat planted ubuut :t l-li mllea
In a northerly 2m** ction trom the northoaat cornvr
poat .ii Lot I8tf0t Kange 5, Couat District, thonco
oaat UU chana, tlience north UO chuina, thenco
wot to hunk ol river, thence aouth following
hank uf river to point ol commencement: con*
uiiimi: idii ucrotf, in.Tt- or liwa.
Dated Sept. M, lttll. LKUOY   V.   GRANT
I'uh. Oct. 10, Gordou C. Emmorson, Agent
Skuuna Lund Diatrict���District uf Cuaat Kange *���
Take iiolice thut Lutlie McTaviah of Vancouver,
Other Countries-Daily, 18.00 per year; Weekly,  |2.B0 per year,  Strietly |rjK^HftiUlHi B|d��XI
landa:
Commencing ut u post planted at the northwest curner 1UU chuina eaat and '**0 chaina north
from N. I-., curner uf Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat Diatrict IUnge '*>, thunce 20 chains south,
tbence til) chain* east, thunco M> chaiiu north,
Telephone 98. thence 40 chains weal, thenco t>0 chaina auuth,
theoce 40 chains woat to puat ul commencement
duntaining 400 aeros more or luaa.
DatedSept. IS, I'Jll. I.tn ill-; McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23 Kred W. Uohler, Agent
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building:, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B, C.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoRK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle���Puget Sound News Co.
London, England-TIio Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
Subscribers  will greatly oblige by promptly galling up E'hone 98 in cane of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition.
Thursday, Dec. 7
SHOULD HOME WORK BE ABOLI8HED?
Every responsible medical man is agreed that brain work
is more exacting than muscular work, especially in the ease of
young and growing children.
Every laboring man, as well as every medical man, is
agreed lhat the practice of working overtime continuously is
injurious to the worker, and should be penalised by higher
rates of pay.
But in spite of the recognition of these two facts, the
school children in many of our towns and cities are obliged
to work overtime at nights at lessons. This is not only a piece
of inhumanity to the children, but, according to the testimony
of some of the more advanced cities which have abolished
home work for scholars, is a piece of pedagogical foolishness.
A child's brain can do belter work iu the few hours of the
school day than it can in the same hours plus an extra hour
or two at night. The tiring effect of the night work unfits the
tender brain of the child  to do its best work iu (he daytime.
"A device to help out a lazy teacher" is the definition of
home work given by one of the most brilliant of advanced educationalists.
That which it is impossible to cram into a child's mind
during school hours it is barbaric to make il attempt to self-
cram after school hours.
Already many conscientious  advanced   school   teachers
Skeenu Land Diatrict���Diatrict uf Coaat Range 5
Take notice that Mias Mary Muiville of Clare,
Ireland, uccuputiun apiusU-r, intenda to apply
fur permu-biun tu purctiaae thu folluwing doanuod
Unds;
Commencing ut u puat planted onu chains north
of the suuiboaat corner uf Lut 632, thence north
40 chiuia, thence eual 20 chains, thunce south 40
chaina, llience wust 20 chains to puint uf commencement; contuining utgnty acrua, mure ur Ihbs
Datod Oct. 11, 1011. MISS MAUY Ml I.VILLI.
I'ub. Nov. 11. Juhn CL Muiville, Ageut
Bella Coola Land District���District of Coast Rang
3
Tako notice that U. M. Chil of Dundalk, Inland, occupallon gentleman, intenda to apply
lar permiaaion to luaae the fulluwing doacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod on the ahore
of Necleclaconnay .liver abuut 10 chaina weal
of Indian ttuaervo Liue .theoce wuat tiO chaina
folluwing the cliannul ul Neclecuconnay River,
tnence aoulh bO cliaina uiuru or Una to channel
ot liella Coola Kiver, thencu following channel
uf Hella Coola Kiver oaaierly bO cbaina, nurth
SO cliaina more or leaa to point of commencement;
containing 400 acraa, mure or lea*.
Dated Augual 2��, lyll. IL  M.  tUl K
I'uh. Sept. SO. William McNair, Agent
Skeena Land Dialricl���DUtrict of Coasl Rango 5
'lake uutice tnat Benjamin Kuseel Rice ol
I'rim**' Rupert, B. C , occupallon waller, intends
lo apply fur permiaaion to purcbaae the fullowlng
daacribed lanoa:
Conimeucwg al a poet.j lantwd 65 chaina aoulh
from the auutbaaat corner of Lot _iu_u. Puat
marked B. K. ii S. K. Corner, tnence 70 chaina
wwti, thonce ti.. chaina north, ibence 70 cbaina
uaal, thence Ub chaina aoulh to point of commencement, containing -ibb acrua mora ur laaa.
BENJAMIN   Ki >M-\.   KltT
Dated October 21, l.'ll.
Pub. Not. IL
Skerna Laud Dialricl -Dutrict of Caaaiar
Taka notice tbat  Angus Jamea   McKenalo of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation bookkeeper, tuiednns
lo apply for parmualon to purcnaae tbu following
daacribed landa:
Coa-iuenciug at a poat plantod at thu con-
fluenee uf Ulackwatcr river with Naaa river, about
two tuilea auuth tram the aiath Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Poat marked A. J. M. V W. Curner,
thenoe bO chaina aouth, thenoa bO chaina eaal
tbaaoa MJ chaina nurlh, thunce Ml chaina waat
to point of commencamieui, containing 640 acroa
mora or leaa
ANGUS JAM US McKENZIE
Dated Sepl. 23, 11)11.
Pub. Nov. It.
THEY LANDED A
SICK ENGINEER
Amerloan Halibut Steamer Chicago Made Special Trip to
Prinoe Rupert���Heavy Weather
Reported on Banks.
An unfamiliar stooiner nt lho
<i. T. p. wharf attraotod attention ye'storday aftornoon. Tha
boal wns the U. S. halibul slentii-
.'!��� Ghioago, whioh pul Into port
for medical assislunee for her
chief engineer, who hnd been
i uken ill at sen. Tbe engineer
was lakeil lo the hospital. While
the steamer wns nl the wharf ber
crew nf forty-One men lined Ibe
bulwarks passing lho lime of day
with Prince Rupert. They told
nf extremely heavy weather out
on the banks a few duys ngo when
the vessel lost, whole strips of her
rail and bulwarks and sunn worth
..f fishing gear from the onslaught of the sens.    One of the
cr.-w remembered i'rince Ituperl
f..ur years ugo ns a place with
one big harn-like house in it and
the rest bush. When he heard
the  prices  fetched by  Section  2
he wished he hnd stayed.
VAN0OUVER MURDER
John Demetrok, a Russian, Found
With Bullet Wound.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Vancouver, Dec. 6.���No trace
has yet been found of the murderer of John Demetrok, who was
found dead on Alexander street
wiih a bullet wound in his fore-
bead. Hobbery is supposed to
be the cause of the crime.
WHALINO SEASON OVER
in
Bkeena Land Diilriet   I m.i nn ol C	
Tak.   Ire'lli*.   Ul.l   ll.rb.tt   Mcl-nir-ll   ol   I'.n
couv-e-r. li. C. occup.llon roal nut* a*.ot, Inland,
to .pply (ur parniuuton lo purctuuu .in- lollowln,
ili��cril*.l  luinl-:
I     . i.iiiiiii-ncitiK  at ��� post  I'Liu-il  at tb. eon-
flusnev ol JU.i-k-._LT mn wlib   iii. Naaa   m.i
1 aboul two  milt*, aoutb ol  lb. alslta   lininiiii..u
t.ainiilii have abolished home work for tbeir classes with good ?.'"'*��r,i,h '*���>"*���   *'** mark-- u. m. n. k.
~ | Corner, lh.no. 60 chain, .oulh. Oi.no, tn ch.ln.
results.     Ioi-ihiIii has abolished  it in toln, liv order of the Chief ***** ***** <������<> �������"������ <>*��**k ih..i�� mi .ii.,���.
\ ****** *�� po.nl ol coniiiii-iuviii. ul, .tin.amine tjlu
inspector Of Schools,  Mr. J.  I_. Hughes.   A system of day and '**'"* * ���'* "
night training that we would not use in training a full-grown
man for a pugilistic encounter for fear of over-training, is
manifestly unfit for developing  the brains of children.-
Tbe Prince Hupert School Board might very well distinguish itself by insisting that home work be abolished and the
tuition  of  the  scholars  be  confined to the daytime, to school
n.i.-.i n-|,i.:.i, mil
Pub. Nov. -.
coniiiiriiiviii. ul, containing t*lu
IU;Klll;iiT M.I.I.NNAS
hours and school supervision.
Skeon. Land Llulncl���Uulrlcl ol Coait lUn|. 4
Tak. aollcu thai 1, Cbriatophv Jatua, Grahaui
ol 1'rtnc. Itup rt,  11. C-, oeeupauoo locomotlv.
���until,-!. Ii.ev.-t.il lo .ppl> (or p.rn,u-t.uD lo purch.-'.
j Ui. loUuwina daK-ib-Mi i-tbd..
|     * .ei ciHnijt at a -jti.1  plantwl at lh. south*
J *rml corner ol  Lol  No.   1. .5   vldnlly ol  Lak.
LahM*   and   mark-wl   Chrlalopb-tf   1.   tiraharu
N. I.l i-li.r.*. 11 rue. wu��l ,u cti.ii... llei-nn -rrUUr    _	
80 fii.ui*. ih.no. riLsi 4U cbaina, tb.no. nortb nu \ m2x'h mj r'h.i
eh.iiu   lo   po*.   ol   fuiiitnieiirt-iiiiiii.    containing
William Grant Reaohes Victoria.
Last Boat of the Season.
Victoria, Dec. 0. ��� Whaling
Oprationi are reported to be over
for the year. Th steamer William Grant has returned her.'
from Hose Harbor, and her crow
have been paid off. II has been
the most profitable yenr ever ex-
perienoed.
COAL NOTICE
Sk*wn> Un.l Dlrtrict-Dlitrict ol Quaan Charloti
Una
Taka nolle, that An.tin M. Brown ol Princ.
Ku|it-rt, .i-lelli-r, tni.nel. to apply to llie ChM
riininiiMiee.irr ol i-ni.li and Worka lor a licanr.
to  proapMt  lor  cull,   ml   and  iMlrolwum  00  .nil
der th. ' "
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FOR SALE
Sec.
Lot 19      Block 33      Sec. 7      Price $575.00       1-3 cash
" 10 "2        "7 "   1100.00       1-3   "
" 12 "    37        "   7 "   1400.00       1-3   "
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Lot 16      Block 16      Sec. 2      Price 1000.00 $351.25 cash
" 61-62    "    12       "2.      "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
.    PETER  MdACHLAN Third Avenue
I      REAL ESTATE TIMBER MINES
U��a<��<4<<<a��a��<<��<iM��a<<aaaa��<a4aaaaa��a��a<����s����a��s
It Is The Trained Man or Vjfoman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
m
To fit your son or daughter for a  business   career you must givo
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
Nanaimo Business College
i
!"3)
It is the nearest business
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UatcO N'|.- "��� IV11  11.66 A.M.���WltOBaMdT. b
UaWL
Pub  Scut. 30.
Skwna Land Huuict    imtnrt o( t -a***'
Tak* noUoa lhat it   H. Suwart of Vancouver,
B.  i ., ooeupalioa inickman, iniamia to appl>
(or pormlaaloo to purebaaa tba following dascnuMj
CommaDdnc at a post plantad 40 chaina aouth
of rre-tmoUon No. &W7 and 62 chains eaat from
tha Naas Kiver (S. \\. t'.t, ihenoe 40 chaina east,
thence 40 chaina north, thenoe 40 chains wast,
thence 40 chatna aoutb to the poinl of oomtnenco-
roent to contain leu acrea more or U***~
K1CHAKD lluWAKL* STKWAHT
Deled Au|, I'.-l i. Jam* T. Kullerton, Agent
Tub. SepU U.
Skeena Land Diatnct���Diatrict of Cout llango 6
Tain notice thai Harold K. Smith of Moral/,
t Alta , occupation station agent, intenda U> apply
I for perriiaaion to purebaaa tbe lollowing daacribed
Commencing at a poat planted al tbe eouth
, woat cornar 100 chains aaat and 20 chaina norlh
i from N. fc.. vorner of Lol 1116, Harvey'��� Survey
' Coaat District itange 6, thenoa 40 chains eaat.
ihence 60 chains north, tbence 40 chaina weal.
thence 60 chains aouth to poet of commencement
, containing .i'_o scrm, mure or laas.
Dated Sepl. 16, mi. HAKULD E. SMITH
j Pub. Sept. 23. Krad VV. llohler, Agen
I Skeena Land D-slrid���Dislrict of Coast Hange 6
Take notice that 1, Cordon C. Kmmeraon of
Prince   Kupert,   H.   C,   ootupaUon   real   ajstata
broker, intend  to apply for parmiaeioQ  to pur*
i chaae the (olkwlng diaactibed landa:
I Commencing at a pott planted about t 3-4
milea In a northorly direction from tba northeaat
corner poet of Lol 1819, Kange 6, Coaat Diatnct,
ibence north  40 chaina, thance weet    to  river
; bank, ihence eouth following river bank to point
di eommencecne-ji; containing 160 aefea, more or
lose.
Daled SepL V, 1011.   UOKDuN C. KMMKKSiiN
Tub. on. 10.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice lhal Hlriam Hoy McTavish of
Winnipeg, Men., occupstion barrister, intends
to apply for permlsaion to purehaae the following
deacnl>ed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the aouthwesl
corner 40 chains east and 40 chaina norlh from
N. K. corner of Lol 1116, Harvey's Survey Coaat
District Kange 6, ihenee 6C chains east, thenee
60 chains north, Ihenee 60 ehains weal, Ihenee 60
chains aouth to post of commencement containing
3t>0 acres more or leea
DatedSept. 16, 1911 MIRIAM KUY MeTAVlSH
| I'ub. Sepi. 23. Krad W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena Land District    1 H-tr.rt of Caasiar
Take   notice   tbat   Charles   William   Ham   ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation inspector, intends
to apply for permiasion to purchaae the following
deecribed lands:
Commendng at a poat planted at the confluence of Hlaekwaler river with the Naaa river
about two miles eouth from tbe dxtb Dominion
li-licriph cabin, foat marked C. VV. H. 8. W.
Corner, thence 60 ehaina north, thenca 80 chains
i east, thence 60 chains south, thenca 80 ehains
weat to point of commenoement, containing 640
acree more or l<��.
CHAKLKS WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23, HHl.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Land Diatrict    Dfatrirt or Caaaiar
Take nolice that Thomaa Arthur WhiU of Vancouver,  U, C, occupation carpenter,  InUnds U
apply  for permiaalon   to  purchase  the following
deacribed lands:
Commendng at a pott planted at the con-
luence of fllsckwater rivar with Naaa river, aboul
two milaa south of the sixth Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Pod markad T. A- W. 8. V. Cornar, tbenoe
80 ehalna north, thance 80 chaint weal, thence 80
chains eouth, tbenee 80 ehalna aast to point of
commencemenl, conUining 640 arras more or leas.
THOMAS Alii mil WHITK
Daud Sept. 23, 1911.
Pub  Nov. 2.
Skeena Und District���DUtrict of Coad IUnge V
Taka notlea that Jeeaa M. Tallman of Cedar
Kapfrla, Iowa, oecupatlon lawyer, Islands to
apply for permietioD to purehaae the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poet plantad on tha southerly
shore of KuUymateen Inlet on tha right bank
of a small atream flowing Into uld Inlel just eut
of Crow Lake. Thence south 20 ehalna, thanea
weat 20 chains more or Ian to tha shore Una of
Crow Lake, thence northerly and euterly following the shore llnu of Crow Uke, the Inlet
to (-row Uke and KuUeymateen Inlet to tbo
piac or commencemenl, eonUlnlng forty acru
RSL*! lmak }****���* August 7, 1611.
DatedI Aug. 9, 1911. -JERT
Pub. Aug, 11.
following doacribed landa on Um W.
Coad of Graham Island:
Commendng at a post planted three miles eut
of the nnrthead cornar of C. L. No. 4469 thanca
iina, ihenoe HO chaim weet, tbenee 80
chaina north, thenca 80 cbaiu aaat to point of
commencement.
point
ACSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub.Aug.lt.
Skeena Und District District nf Quun Cbarlotl
Take noUce thai thirty dan from dale, I, C. E
lUlnUr of I'rince Kupsvt, ll. ('., by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to tba Chief Com-
mladoner of Lands for a lieanu to nroeped for
eoal and petroleum on and undor 640 acna of
land on Graham I salmi described u followa:
Commendng at a posl planted two mllos north
"f C. E. B. Coal Uau No. 18, marked N. W.
eorner C. E. B. Coal Uau No. 24, thenee aouth
60 chains, tbenea aad 80 ehalna, thence north
60 chains, thence west BO ehaiu to place of commencement.
Dsud Sept. 12,1911.    C. K. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sepu 23.
Skuna Und Diatrict Diatrict of Quaan Charlotu
Taka notice that thirty dava from data, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prinn Rupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. InUnd to apply to the Chief Com-
miistloner ot Lands (or a licence t<> proapect for
eoal and petroleum on and under 640 acru of
land on Grabam laland daacribed u folloira:
Commendng at a put planted two mRu notrb
of stake marked C. K 1). Coal Uua No. 4. marked
N. E. earner C. E. B. Coal Uau No. ... ihence
south 60 ehalna. thenu west 80 ehalna, thenee
nortb 80 chaina. thenu ead 80 chalu to place of
commencement.
Dsted Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locatoi
Pub. SepU 23.
Skuna Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrirt of Coad IUnge 6 I
Take notice lhat Herbert J. Mackle of IW I
broke,  OnL, occupation lumberman.  InUnds to
apply  (or permiaelon  to purchau the  (ollowing
deecribed lands:
Commendng at a put plantad on tba Idt bank
of the 7,*, mo'ioita or /.lm a-got-lti River, at eouth*
weat corner of Lot 1706, thenn northerly, following
the wulerly boundary of Lot 1706, 80 ehaiu
mora or laaa, to tba northweat eorner of uld Lot
1706. tbenn ��eater ly aad aoutherly, followini
the left bank of edd river, 80 chaina more or lees to
point of commennment containing 160 acres
more or leas.
Loutad Auguit  19, 1911.
Dated Auguat 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MAC KIK
P-ih. Atsg- 26. Frederick 8. Clementa, Agent
Skuna Und Diatrict District of Coad Range 6
Take notice that I, Thomu MeClymont of
Prinn Rupert, B. C., occupation real adaU
broker, intend to apply for permiaalon to purchau
the following deecribed lands:
Commencing at a paot planted at tha 8. W,
corner of pre-emption record 412, thenn erst 80
chslna, tbenn wuth 40 ehaina, thenn wed 80
chalu to shore of lake, tbenn following shore
of lake in a northerly direction to point ot commennment: containing 820 acrea, more or laaa.
Dated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS MeCLYMUNT
Pub. Sapt. 9. Ervnut Cole. Agent
Skuna Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Cout Range 6
Taka notln that It. P. Miller of Tipton. England,   occupation   farmer,    nUnda   to   apply   for
iasion   to  purchau  tha following  auerihed
permuu
lands:
Commencing at a pod plsnted about 60 chaina
west from the N. W. Cornar of Ut 4406, thonn
north 40 ehalna, tbenn wad 20 chaina, thenn
wuth 40 ehalna, thance aad 20 ehalna to tha
point of commencement containing eighty acrea
more or leaa.
DaUd August 19 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Millar, Agent
Skuns Und Dlelrid��� Dtatrid of Queen Charlotu
Taka notln that thirty days from data, I, C. E,
Hainter of Prlnea Rupert, B. C, by oecupatlon
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds fur a linnn to prospect for
eoal and pdroleum on and undar 640 acres of
land on Craham Island described u follows:
Commendng at a pod planted two mllw north
Tlahn north*e*it mtwi Coal Lean 4468 marked
('. V. It. Coal Lean No. 29. thenct aouth 80 ehains,
the nre wut 80 chains, thenn north 80 ehaiu.
thenre aad 60 chaina to potnt ot commencement,
rmlalnlng 640 acru mors or Iua.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C  E.   BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skeena Und Diatrict Platrirt of Coad Range 6
Take notln that Prank 8. Millar of London,
Eng., occupation dvtl engineer. Intends to apply
for permission to purchau the following deaenbed
linos:
Commenrlng at a pod planted at tha N. E.
Comer of Lot 28, thenn north 20 chaina, thenn
wnt  20  ehalna,  tbence aouth  20  chaina.   thence
eut 20 ehaiu to point of eommeneameat, eon-
nae'_."Tsi i w * m    Ulnlng 40 aerse mora or lata.
SSB M. TALLMAN    iHtif Aogud 16, 1911.       FRANK 8. MILLER
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ngx.Tsa-sdfci LAND LEASE NOTICE
Delia Coola Land District���DIatrlot of Coast Range
3
Take notice that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intends to apply fur
iiuriniasiun to lease tho (ollowing deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tho shore
neur the N. h. corner of Lot No. 8, thence north
ni chains, thonce west 80 chaina more or loss to
���mat boundary of cannery lease, thence following
thu said oast boundary south 40 chaina more or
Imu to ahore line, tnence following said ahoro
Iiiiu easterly BO chains more or less to point of
cuinmencement;   containing 320 acres,  more or
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1 mtod August 81. 1011.
I'ub. Sopt. 80.
H.  M. CLIFF
William McNair, Agent
QoUl Coola Land District���District of Coast Range
8
Tuke notice that H. M. Cliff ot Dundalk, Iro-
Und, occupaUon genUeman, Intense to apply
fur purmiaaion to lease the following described
lunds:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. fc.
L-ornur of Lot 33, thence north 20 chaina, thence
,.,���*.[ 40 chaina, thence aouth 20 chaina mora ur
|tas tu fhure line, thence following the ahore line
put 40 chalM more or less to point of commence
nu'iit; containing 80 cares, moro or leas.
Puled August 31,1011. 11,  M.  CLIFF
l-ub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent
l vlli- Coola Land District���District o ICoast Rang
8
Tuko notica that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Iro-
Iiuid, occupaUon genUeman, intends to apply
i,.r permission to leaae the following deecribed
lunds:
Cummenelng at a post planted at the N. W.
turner of Lot No. 4, thuncu nurth 40 chains, thence
fust 40 chains, thunce south. 40 chaina mora or
Ut-* lo ��bore line, thence following shoro line
......tiTly 40 cbains more or less to point of commencement; containing HO acros, moro or leas.
limed August 28, 1U11. 11.   M.  CLIFF
Fub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agen
1 Vila Cooia Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range
U'l'ukt' notice tbat H. M. Cliff or Dundalk, Iro-
i.niil, occupation gentleman, intends to apply
for pormissiun to leaae the following described
lands:
Commencing at a poet planted at the N. W
curner of Lot 2&2, thence aouth 40 chains more
or loss to northern boundary of lease No. 1 applied
fur ny IL M. Cllll, thence following aaid buundsry
i cast 20 chains, ihence north 40 chains, thunce
woat 20 cbaina to point of commencement; conUining 80 acres, more or less.
Dated Auguat 28, 1911. li.   M.  CLIFF
I'ub. Sepl. 30. William McNair, Agont
Uolla Coola Land District���District of Coaat Range
Tako notice that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ire-
! land,   occupaUon   gentleman,   intends   to   spply
(or  permission  to leaae  the following  dascribv-d
lands:
Commencing at a posl planted at tbe S.  1.
! curner ol Lot 261, thencu aouth 40 chains more
! or ins to northern  boundary of  Lease No.   1
applied for by M. M. Cliff, thence eaat 20 chains
alung  aaid   boundary,   thonce  nurth   40  chaina,
j thenee fteat 20 chaina to point of oommencctnent;
[ cualaining 80 acrea, mure or leaa.
Daled Auguat 28, 1811. 11.   M.  CLIFF
I'ub. SepL 30. WUliam McNair, Agent
C. E. UAINTER, Locator
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land Dislrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days Irum date, I, C. i. .
Uaintor of Frince Rupert, U. (.'., by occupation
i .'hkt-'i'vr, intend lo apply lo the Chief Com-
niLaaionor ol Landa for a licence lo prospect fur
cual and petroleum on and under mo acras of
land on Uraham Island deacribed aa fullowa;
Commanclng at a poal planled Uve miloa <ui
tl Coal Laaaa No. 4474, marked C. I.. Ualnler'a
N. ��. corner Coal Lease No. 8, thenoe aouth Ml
rhaina, thenco waat 80 chaina, thenoe north 80
chatna, thance eaal 80 cbatna lo place of cura-
mr r. content.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.     C. K. HAINTKU, Ucator
Tub. Sept. 28.
Skeana Land Diatrict-DtaUlcl of Queen Charlotte
Take notice thai thirty days from data, 1. C. t-
Ilainler of Frince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to the Chief Cora-
miaaioner of Lands for a licence to proapect (or
coal and petroleum un and under t*4U acres of
land on Uraham laland daacribed as followa.
Commencing at a poat planted one mile north
of C. 1. U. Coal Lease No. 10, marked C. I. U.
Coal L-nm No. 16, thenoe north 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chaina, thenoa aouth mj cbaina, thenca
east 80 chaina to place ul commencement.
Datad Sept. 11, 1911. C. *,.. IIA1N1 Lit. Locator
Fub. Sept. S3.
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen Charloti
Taka notice that thirty days (ram data, I, v. ��.
Uainter of I'rinca Ruparl- U. i ., by occupation
bookkeeper, intand lo apply to the Chief Cora-
nuatoner of Lands for a licence to prospect fur
coal and petroleum oa and under 84U acna ol
land on Craham laland daacribed as follows:
I'oinmuncing at a poet planted two mtlna north
i f C. ... II. Coal Leaaa No. to, marked N. I-
corner C. K. It. Coal Laaaa No. 16, ibence south
80 chaina, tbenoo waat 80 chaina, thence north
80 chatna, ihence aaat 80 chain* tu place of com
men cement.
Dated SepU LL Ull.     C. K. UAlNTLR, Locator
1Mb.   8��pt.   23.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotu
Taka noUce that thirty davs (rom data, I, C. t.
1 lain lar of Frince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inland to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under *<*** acrea ol
land on Graham laland daacribed as foUowa:
Commencing at a poat plantad two mllea north
of C. E II. Coal Loaae No. 14, marked N. L
corner C. K. U. Coal Laaaa No. IT, theoce eouth
80 chaina, ihence went 80 chaina, ihence north bo
chaina, tbenoe aaat 80 chains lo plsce of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, UIL     C. K. UAINTbR, Locatoi
Fub. Bapt. SI.
Skeana Land District -Diatnct ot Queen Charlotu
Taka notice lhal Ihirty da* a from -u ��. I, C. L
Uainter ot Frinoa Rupart, ll. CL by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to the Chiel Commiaaioner of Lands for a Lioence tu proepect tot
coal and petroleum oo and under <ul0 acraa ef
land on Uraham laland deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
ot C. K li. Coal Laaaa No. IX, markad N. W.
curnor C. a.. II. Coal Lease No. in, ihence south
80 chains, thance east 80 chains, theoce nurth au
cbaina, thenoa wool 80 cbaina lo place of com
men cameo L
Dated Sepu II, Ull.     C.  E.  IIAINTKU, Locator
I'ub. SepU 2*.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen CbarlotU
Take notico thut thirty days from date, I, C. K.
Uainur ot Frince Rupert, ll. C, by occuputlon
bookkoopor, intnd to apply to tho Chief Com-
mlsHionur of Lands (or a licence to prospect for
coal and potroloum on and under tl-io acroa of
land on Uraham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted ono mile north
of C. 10. u. Coal Loaae No. 9, markod N. W.
corner C. K. U. No. 10, thence aouth 80 chaina,
thonce weat 80 chaina, thenee north 80 chains,
thonco east 80 chains to placo of commcnoemonL
Datod Sept. 11,1911. C. K. BAINTER, Locator
Fub. Sopt. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days fronm daU, I, C. E.
Uainter of i'rinco Rupert, U. C, occupaUon book,
keener, intend to apply to tho Chiof Commissioner
of Lands for a licence to prospoct for coal and
pelroleum on and under 640 acres of land on
Uraham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
of C. l-:. li. Coat Loaae No 8, marked N. K. corner
of C. K. U. Coal Leaae No. 11, thence aouth 80
chains, thenco west 80 chains, tbence north 80
chains, thence oast 80 chaina to place of com-
muncumunt.
DatedSept. 11,1911
Fub. Sept. 23. ^^^^^^^^^
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotu
Tako notico that thirty davs from dute, I, C. E.
Uainter uf Frince Rupert, U. C, hy occupation
boukkeeper, inund to apply to tbe Chiuf Commiaaioner of Land for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham Island deecribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. fc.. U. Coal Lease No. 7. markod C. E. U.
Coal Loaso No. 12, thence south 80 chains, thenoe
oaat 80 chains, thenca north 80 chaina, thence
west 80 chains to place of commoncomont.
Dated Supt. 11, 1911. C. K. UAINTER, Locator
Fub. SepU 23.
Skeona Land Diatrict���District ot Quoen Charlotte
Take notice tbat thirty dava from daU, I, C. E.
Uainter of I'rince RuperU B. C, by occupaUon
bookkoeper, InUnd to apply to the Chlet Commiaaioner ot Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham Island doscribed as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 7, markod S. W. corner
C* E. li. Coal Leaae No. 13, thenco north 80
chains, tbence east 80 chains, thonce aouth 80
chains, tnence west 80 chains to place ot com*
mencemenU
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, LocaUr
Fub. Sent. 23.
Skeana Und DUtrict -Diatrict of Queen CbarlotU
lalanda
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Frince
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon aaddler, InUnda to
apply to tba Chief Commissioner of Landa and
Works for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and
potroleum on and undar the foUowing desenbed
lands on the West Coast of Uraham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mllea east
of tha northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thonce
80 chaiiu aouth, thenos 80 cbains oast, thenoe fcl)
chains north, thenca 80 chains wast to point of
commencement. _.   .
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Dau of Location 31st July, Ul 1
Fub. Aug. 17.
Skaena Land District���Dislrict or Quaan CbarlotU
lalanda
Take noUoa C it Auatin M. Urown ot Frince
Rupert, occupaUon aaddlor, intends U apply U
tba chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for n lioanoa to prospect for coai and oil and pelroleum on and under the following described lands
on the West Coast of Uraham laland:
Commencing at a post planted three milea east
of the aouthwest cornor of C. L. No. 4477 thence
80 chaina east, thence 80 chains north, tbenoe 80
chains aeat, thenco 80 chains eouth U point of
commoncemonU
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Data otLocaUon, 3lit July Ull.
Pub. Aug. 17.
SkMna Land District -District of Quean Charlotu
lalands
Taka notice that AusUn M. Brown of Frince
Kupert. occupation aaddlor. Intends U apply U
tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works (or a
licence lo proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under lho (olfowina deecribed Ianda oo Um Waat
Coast of Uraham Island:
Commencing al a poet planted three milea eaat
ot iho aoutheaat cornor o iC. 1.. No. 4472 tnenoa
north K0 chain*. Ihenco aaat 80 chaina, ihence south
80 chaina, tbence weal 80 chains to point of com-
men <v menu
AU8TIN M. UROWN, LocaUr
Localed Auguat let, Ull.
I'ub. Aug. IB.
Skaena Laad District���District ot Queen ChariolU
Take notice lhat thirty days from data, 1, C. I
Uainur of Frince RuperU U. C, by occupation
bookks*eprr, intand u apply i���* the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a Ucence u prospect for
eoal and petroleum oa and undar 640 acras of
laad on Uraham Island doscribed aa followa
Cummenctng al a poet planted live milea eaal
of Coal Leaae No. 4467, marked C. E. B. Coal
Laaaa No. I, N. E. cora-f-r, thenca waat 80 chaina,
Ibence aouth 80 chatna, Ihence eaat 00 cbaina,
thence north 60 chains lu place uf commenoement.
Dated SepU 11, Ull C E. UAINTER, Locator
l-ub Sapt S3.
.... ITEMS OF... .
. SPORT! |
WHAT IS AN AMATEUR?
What oonslltutes an amateur
athlete? The question has
arisen again over the selection
nf llic United Stales team to
oorapoto in the Olymplo games
al Stiieklitiliii next year. The
Anialeui' Athletic Union has derided on the following definition
of an uiiialeiir:
An alhlele who never has received compensation or competed
for a reward of any kind, except
in an authorized competition; or
who has never received a reward
purely for an exhibition of his
skill; or who has never been paid
hy any athletic organisation for
service of any kind; or who has
never received compensation for
joining any alhleliu organization or for continuing as a member.
An athlete who has never entered a competition under a name
not his own, or from a club of
which he wa.s not a member in
good  -landing.
An athlete who has never
knowingly competed with professionals or entered any competition open to professionals.
An athlete who has never challenged a professional, or issued
a challenge lo compete with anyone for money.
An athlete who has never sold
or pawned any prize won in an
authorised competition.
Skim. Und Dulmn -l.u.ncl ol yu-.n Charlotte
1 'ea. notlc. lh.t ihu.) ii.v. Iran, .i.i��. I, C. I.
lUiniw ol I'rlne. Hupvt, B. ... by occupation
t-ookkt*,*,, Int.ntl to .pply lo Um ChM Com-
tn!Mlon��r ol t-.mli lor . Heme, la j-tsmtmet tot
co.1 ant |He.fulrum oo *h* unlet .40 inn ol
Und un Graham laland daef-nti-ad m loUowa:
Commencing .1 . port planted tlv. mil-. **����.
ol Coal Imam No. lit,;, marked C. E. n N. W.
cs.ri-rT No. .*. tbenc aoutb 00 chaina, Ihenn- ��� *.-*
Ml ch.in.. th.no. north SO chain*, thenc. ��-��.
Ml chain, to place ot commencemenl.
l.ai.-l SepU 11. lull. C. E. MAIM III, Local
I'ub. Sept. -J.
Skeena Und Dietrtat��� Dioukt ol Qtiaan Charloti.
*l*kt nouc that thirty d>>. Irom date. I, C. I-
U.lnler oi l'nnce Itupart, fl. C, by oc-eupeltun
bookkwp*. Inund lo apply lo lb. i h.rf Com*
mianoner ol Lend, lor . licenc to proapect lur
coal and epetroleum oo .nd under 610 acr*. ol
land on Graham IaUnd daacribed aa lollow*.
{'ommencln, .1 . poat plant.-! li.. mile. r*��i
ol < nui lA-em No. IIT... -Miked C. 1. II. S. tt
corner ol I .-al I**** No. J, thenc matt Ml chaina.
thine north *" ch.ina, thenc wet (0 ch.ina,
Ib-MMe ao-ulh tm chain. Ui plac ol csimmMicm.nl.
Haled v,.. II, 1*11. C. I. UAINT-.lt, Locator
I'ub. Savt. JJ.
The secretary of the Swedish
Olympic Athletic Committee having cabled to Vancouver to lind
..ut all lhc particulars of Ihe new
Stadium to be built there has
aroused sentiment in favor of
holding the gumes ul Vancouver
in I'.in. Canada has mude greal
si rides in lhe athletic world of
late years, bui has never been
honored by holding the Olympic
games. The Vancouver folk are
going (o try and secure lhc gum.-s
for Vancouver in 1913.
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Frank Clutch is still putting all
lhe chnnipioiitt on Iheir backs,
lie defeated Carl Hammersohmidl,
the champion of Germany in
short order al Minneapolis thc
other night. Carl only lasted
Iwenly-four minutes. The llrsl
full wus won in fourteen minutes
wild u leg hold and the second in
ten minutes with a half nelson
and leg hold.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's arrival, December 21st and 28th, arriving
in Vancouver Saturday morning December 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. m., De
cember 26th and January 2nd.
Present schedule will remuin in effect
until above dates.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Itupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert -I p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
"Wolgast is siill the light-
weigh champion," says Manager
Tom Jones, "and ho will defend
In- title.    II  may he -nine lime,
but he will re-eater lhe ring and
Freddie Welsh will be his llrsl
opponent for (he till.'. Dul I will
ii.il allow Wolgast In do any
kind nf training under six
in.mills."
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AD. WAY OF FINDING
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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 olllce of
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j    .DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN
.*S>^<>^.����.. Mr
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
VOTES FOR WOMEN
New  Liberal   Leader  In  Ontario
Favors the Demand.
Mr. N. W. Howell, the new leader of the Liberal parly in Ontario.
has outlined a strong program
of social reforms thai politicians
have I n iu the habit of shirking. One nf these is the temperance question and the other is
the voles for women. Mr. Howell
has promised to stand for a prohibition measure, and al his
liriiinlii'ii meeting last week anil, uiiici'd lhal he would take steps
lo formulate a demand for woman
BUiTrage. The news has caused
great salisfuclinn among lliosc
women Who are asking for lhc
franchise, and umong lln.se men
who agree thai the Occident of
sex should not disbar half the
nation from saying how it would
like lo be governed.
THE CHEERFOL CYNIC
He Has Timely advice for Prinoe
Rupert Folk.
A grub may become a butterfly,
iiiii lhe man who marries a butterfly, expecting her to turn Into
a griih, should remember that
mil ore never works that way.
When a woman has a cold lhal
makes her nnse red il Is utterly
useless for a man to try lo get
her worked up ..ver such I rilles
as suffrage, socialism ami the
fale of her counlry.
Many a woman loves her husband lor his faults, simply because there Isn't anything else on
earth to love him for.
The girl whn wants lo he really
popular and wears a hol.bl.-tl
skirl and one of the new hats
surely must believe Hint love is
blind.
DADDY'S GIRL.
m
.Skwna Land Dial/id���***** ot Queen Cbululte
Tak. iioiire Uut thirty day. altar da-u, I, C. *ti
Ilalnur ol I'rinc*. Hup-vt, It C, by oc��v|��Ui>ie
bookk-wp��, InUnd lo apply to lb. i i r-1 Com-
i-ni-Bionar il I mi'- lof a hence l�� pnMpwl lor
ooal and i-iiliul ,mi on and under Mn ��< -���
land on i.i.il     < laland daKnb-ad aa l-*n-.��� ���
' um ip-. i , at a poal planud two milea nor...
"I .'. . '. Coal L-aa. No. 13, maik.-l S. ��
c- r C. ���;. II. Coal Lama No. ID. th-nea nor...
**** chaina, Ihmc. aaal SO cbaina, tunic aouth tui
chain--, Umna. wat SO ch.ln. xa plan ol n>m
mttmatta,
l.atM Sapu II, 1*11.    C. E. BAINTKIl, Uo-ior
I'ub   Sapt. 23.
Sk-wna Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Xlaean Chariotl��
Taka nollea lhal thirty d.ya Irom .l.i*-. I, 0. I.
IIHnUT ol  I'rinca  Hup-art,  0. C, by occu|ial.on
bookkoqwr, InUnd lo .pply to lh. Chnl I om-
raUaionar ol Landa lor a licnc lo pro��|��fi I".
coal and petroleum on and under tilt, acr��� ol Und
on Uraham ialand deacribed ��a follow.!
C.imrn.nclni at a port pl.nte.1 Iwo miloa north
ot C. E. B. Coal Ua No. 14, marlwd S. W.
corn��r C. IC. II. Coal Laaa. No SO, (bene north
80 chaina, thanaa waat W chalu, thine aou.h Ml
chaina,  lhanc* aaat 80 chaina lo plac. ol com-
mencm.nl.
U.ted Sapt. II, 1911.     C. K. BAINTEH. Locator
I'ub. Sept. SS.
Skerna Land DUtrlct��� DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Taka nolle Ibat thirty d.ya al-.i d.U. I, C. r.
Uainter ol I'rinc llupa-rt, fl. C, hy o��*vi|.al>*"'
bookkwpM*, inund lo apply to lhe ChW I om-
minioner ol Landa lor a licnc lo prospect leii
coal and petroleum on .nd under 6(0 ..����� ol
land on Graham laland decribed ** lolkiwai
Commencini .1 a poat pl.nted two miloa north
ol C.  E. 4*. Co.l  Lea-.  No.   16, mark*! S.  b.
corner C. E. U. Coal Leeee No. SI, Ihenee north
80 ch.ina, lhanc wart 80 chain,, thenc couth so | Pub. Oct 7
cbaina, tbenn e-.l
m.ncmant-
Datad Sap., 11, Itll
Skerna Land I -uirirt -ln.tn.1 at Quean CbarlotU
T.ke nouc thai ihirty day. Irom d..��, I, C. E.
Il.inlef ol I'rinc llup��l. II. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to tba Chie. Corn*
mieaioner ul l_nda lor . bene lo JMMI (or
aaal aad petroleum oa .nd under 610 Mr*, ul
land on l*r.h.m Inland deKribed m lollow.!
Cmmennng at a port planted lis. mile. ,a*\
at Coal Leaae No. 14Tb. marked C. K. U. S. G
I  j cirnr, Coal Leaae Ne. I, Ibence weal SO chain.,
I Inane, north SO chaiiu, lhanc ***t mj then...
thenos Miulb KI Chun, lo place uf rsmin encemenl
hated .-^.t. II, llll. C. E. UAINTEH. Lonlo*
Pab. <tt*\*
Ska-ma Laad DUtriet���DUtricl ul Qu��*n Charlolt
Taka none that Ihirty da). ImmdaU, I, A. T.
Hi.-1- r.ik ol I'rinc Itupert, II. I'., by occupation
bank nunuer, inund to apply to lb. Chiel Corn*
miaaioner ul Land, lor a licenc to proapect lor
eoal and pelrvleum oa and under 640 .tn. ol
Und on Graham laland deacribed a. loUowa:
Commencing al . port pUnted Iwo mile, north
ol . . K. II. Dad l~-�� No. SI, marked S. E
ramer ol A. T. II. Coal Leaa. No. 17, thane,
wet SO chaina, tbene norih SO chaiiu, Ihene.
Mat 80 ehalna, thenc euth SO ehalna to plana
ol commencment.
A. T. nimni III. K, Loetor
Deled Sepl  12, Iill, C. E. Hainier. A(enl.
Pub. Sepl. SI.
.***<���* Land DUtrirt -Dialricl ol Queen Charlott
Take noUe that Ihirty dan Iron, data, 1, C. B
Ilainler ol Prlne Kuperi, I). C, by occupation
t-ookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chiel Com.
mimlonec ol Landa lor a bene to proapect lor
eo**l and petroleum on and under 610 acre, ol
land on Graham laland daarriliod aa follow.:
Commeneinfl >t . I '���-! planted at the aouthweat
rornar ul Coal tram No. 4I���� milked .'. I 11
Co.1 lr*m No. SS, Ihene north 80 chaina, thenc
wnt SO ehalna, Ihenn wulb 80 chelne, Ibenc
aaat SO ehaina to point ol emm.nrement caring
all loreehor. Tl.bn IWnl.
Dated Sept. 12, llll. C. E. BAINTER
0 chaina to plae ol earn- __^	
r-   v   ii.ts.-ri.-ii !._.,.,.   Ske-ia Lend DUtriet���Dialricl ol Quen CharloUe
C. E. BAINTER. Urtator       --___ -_,-J,.\_. ihlrt. dan Iron, dale, I, A. T
Land Dlrtrict��� Dlrtrict ol Queen Charlotu  ***** m.i
nolle th.t Ihirty day, Irom dale, 1. C. E.   ml-sioner
*--  .i,.,���   eoal and
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 166 OREEN
S.cond Avrnut, near McBride
Skena
Tak.  limine  Ul..   eriur,    ....-  _ .
B.lntor ol I'rlne Hupert, B. C, bv occupai inn
bookkeper, Inund lo apply to lb. Chid torn*
minioner ol Unda lor ��� llene lo pn.��|.r-c. m
eoal and petroleum on and under 610 wa ot
oland on Graham laland di-ecriticl m lollowa:
I Commencing at a poet pUnled two mile north
ol C. *���:. B. Coal l��ae No. IS, marked N. r--
corner C. E. 11. Coel Lcm. No. S2, Ibene eo-th
80 ch.ina, Ihenc wnt SO eh.lna, Ihenc north Mi
ch.l.ia, thenc eut 80 chaina lo plac ol com*
Daiod Bapl. 12. 1911.    C. K. BAINTKIl. U**\ot
twna l-aml -Utatrm���a/m-n
Taka notiedthat thirty *ia*n fr.ni .lat��, I. A. T
ItrrwWirk nf IMnra fluptft, B. C, hy occupation
ink miniiw, intend to apply to lha ( 11*1 Oim-
taaiontr nf l-an-le for a lir*-nr** to pmaptct for
-' *o.i  iwMroi-piim on and und*>r 610 acmt of
petroleum on
coal ana pvuvmm an ��-..-
land on (ir��ham laland dwnl *��� I aa folloira:
Commpncint at a poat plantH two milns north
t*t ( . 1, H. (oal Uatm Nn. 17, marked I*. ****'.
corner A. T. tl. Coal 1#**m No. ML thenc* north
HO chain-, thence eoal M chain*, thenc* tooth 90
chaina, thenoa wnt 90 chaina to place of com-
fnon<^n>ent,
Dalxl Sept
I'ub. Sep.. S3.
A   T  IIROI.KHI'K. lA*e*Xoi
12, llll- c* K   U���,"'",��� A*"
Skeen. Und Diatrict -DUtrlct ol OfSOIaMf
Land DUtr.ct-DI.tric. o. Quen Ch.,lo..o I 3gr|!f^HSi^^Js_^
nolle lhalthlrty da,a Iron, dalej. JL--JJ-* I gj *������ intend lo angly to Ihe t hte< Cat*
Kuparl, 11   0 , hy    occupation , hank mat
4 to apply to lho ChM Com- | miaaioner
-  if���-. *n ���t,,-. i ri  fot . cotJ *i��d
hank manager, intenu iu *\*y\t ���*** ��-,	
en I **"������* tot a Itean-te to nmapert for
-" and undar 940 rtraa of
Skeona
Taka
Hainier of PrinM 	
iKwkkaeper, Intend to apply lo lho -Lhiei \.*������*������   ""T""': W(r(,ipun. .... ���.-���-,
mlaalonn of Unda for I licence to HMMlig   gj JHjfffi" CM Amnion* WjR Bnf1h
coal  and  petmleum on and under 610 carea ol, UndIon^" ��� p^ plni(��lI two miloa north
land nntJrnkam laland dearril>t.l.�� follow.: ,     ^"^ "J- ^, ,^-a  tin   20^ nmrted  Hjj.
Commencing at a i��rt pUnted two mile- north ; of IU  h.  �� ^ }M/# s     26. iMf^ JJg
of C.  E.  B. Coal  La��a  No  17, marked N.  f;    ^'"J.^; 'thpnrB w��rt  90 chaina. tfH-nn�� lamith
* * *"���      -   m No. 2S  the,." ��MHh   90 chain- gm ^ ^ ^ (��� ((,.w o( wm
���arm  ...-.���*.,  ^..-^  -.��� 90 ehalna, thenf
60 chaina, thenca eaat 90 chaina to placa
DMncvtn-tnt.
cornw C. K. B. Coal Lean No. 28  thriie ~u.u ��� .--���^. ^^
80  chaiiu,  tbane wert  80 ch.ina,  -b'ni-e i-iortli ""'"�����'.
-n .-..i..  ...._ _��_. an ehalna to plac ol com- mrtiemen.-     ^
Daud rupt. If. llll.    C. B. BAINTEH. Loe.tor MMISyUl��. �����' '���
l*ub. Sapt t*.  '"
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For Victoria, Vancouvar and Settle
i. C McNab General Af ani
Air you mi.' of 111.' luiliili'i'il"
Willi IlllVt' Will I I'll to Ilii' (ilobc f..|-
11 Oopy of "I in.lily's Girl"? This
is probably, without a single ex?
oeplfon, Hi.1 mosi popular piotura
ever published in liunatla.
A sampjo copy *>t tiiis pioture,
whioh is from u |ili..iogni|.li ��r a
.-iiiiiI with ih.. sweetest ami moil
expressive face thul can be
Imagined, may bo seen al ihis
omce.
To set' il is I., waul it.
This beautiful picture will bo
given free with each now siib-
scrip or renewal soni in for tlio
Weekly Qlobe uml Canada Parmer
before Deoember 81, 1811.
Tho subscription price is only
..no tinIlm-.
arliol. in iho Montreal Star, iho
allegation Is mu.le Ihut lho mon
from ll. M. C, s. Rainbow, whn
wero Inunt'ti by tho imperial muy
are disgusted with Lhe treatment
ihey huve received, n la olaimed
ihut the rale of pay la Inadequate,
lhal tho allowances for food and
ololhing uro imi enough, that
wholesale desertions havo tukon
plaoo uml thut nr iho twelve
sinkoi's who were draflod there
only ..no remains.
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INVISIBLE AEROPLANE
A New Invention That Will Revolutionize Aeroplane Warfare.
London, Deo. o.���Baron Roonne
has ;i|e|iii.*ii for a patent for a
now Invisible aeroplane he has
Invented, The seorel is in oout-
Ing iho maohlne with a metallic
preparation Unit m^kes It refleot
like a looking glass.
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.
J. P. CADE, N. 0.
J. GLUCK, Sec.
18 NAVY A FAILURE
Montreal   Star   Bays   That   ths
Rainbow's Orew Bay  So.
Cosmopolitan and Dicaens
GHAHLBSB DICKENS is still a
"best seller."    Publishers don'l
argue pr.. ami con over his books
-they jusi order a now carload
of paper, ��ii ih<- presses, and let
th.-in speed on. Ami il bus been
Over forty yours since, one morning when the yard wns miod with
soarlel geraniums uml the bi-.-uth
of syrlnga wus heavy ill the nil',
tho groat author followed little
Nell, Now Unit the centenary <<f
his bii-lli (February TUn, 1818),
approaches   uml   everybody   is
thinking of Dick.'lis. Wo huve
secured several articles which
will loll many things aboul him
Hint hnve hitherto been unknown.
In the January Unsmoimlilun Ins
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickns, will
toll you some of his own personal
roc.>lloclinns of the great novelist. Later, probably in February
Mary Angela Dickons, his granddaughter, will give an Intimate
view of Dickons us she remembers him. In fuel, in those nnd
other arllcls on Diek.-us which
will follow���fully   Illustrated, of
boon   publish.I  of  Iboe  hiiinnu
Bourse���we shnll nun lo give you
a im.ro vivid picture llinii bus yet
lhe home���side of Ibe great master, writ Ion  by those who knew
him  besl.    Read    the orlioles���
Ihey will surely arouse a new in-
Icrest in Ihe "best beloved" author in your library.    Subscriptions It. Cosmopolitan will bo accepted until Dec. loih, at the special low role to Canada of ?l.50.
Cosmopolitan   Agency,  Box   651
Winnipeg.
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V.  BENNETT, B.A.
ol Britlah Columbia or 11 C. Ontario, Saa-
iiml Mtiiiile.leii Bara. katrhewan   and Al
berta llara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office-Exrbanirc block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth si ns'i. Prinn Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental npcrationa ekilf ul'.y treated.   Gaa and
local anaathrllca wlmlnlatered for lho painlea extraction of teeth.       t'.eiiseiliiiliien free.     Office:
llulic.-re..ii Block. Pnnco Runert- it-1'1
Alex.M.Maneon B.A..     IV.K Williuiiis.ii.a.. 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
I'.'.o. BOX 21
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
II 111. Or WM.  ,-iiviis.   fill.. A.R.A.M..  I UN.. ��NO
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fir*. Uf. and Ac.id.nl Insurance
618 .ir-1 Avenue Phone lul and Grcm IU
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Avb.
E.
EBY   <&   Co.=s=
REAL estate
KiUumkalum Land For Snle
KITSUMKALUM ��� Ml*.
Tribute to Dead.
The lug W111111 in .1..iiiii.- lay at
the   whurf  yesterday  afternoon
Hying her Hug hnlf must high in
tribute io iho seaman, Dunoan
Inglis, of lho  Quadra, who died
recently nml win. will he bui-i.-.l
    with Masonic honors I..day in lhe
Montreal, Dec. 7.���in n long| new cemetery.
Ckiauj S****tf'**t ui Fttruce Qeuat
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naccs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PrKliul Oina- Sm.*. Mn: Iaa. Held. ��
l��HONE 71
SHE  CULTIVATES   AND  8ELL8  FRESH  WATER  PEARLS.
FRED. STORK!
-General Hardware -
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  IM.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS MO I Mil \I.Mi:lis
Funeral   Director.
Srd Are. near Sth St. I'hun. So. tt
MISS JULIA WHITS),
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cnllaget cort.fr Second Avenue and
Nintb Street.
FOR SALE
Lots in all i'i..-. < o! the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
c. dTrand
Second Ave. Phone 112
Builders'  Hardware
Valves A Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granlteware       Tinware
;
I SECOND -  AVENUE
********************* ******
KING GEORGE HOTEL j
-1   BSOflflBkl   CL-AM   ROOMS    :��� ���
Rr .ptml Uaerr   Nr*   S��u,ria��n! ���
Rain .IV pa Mi  aaa1  ll,...., ��
*   MRS. C MaKNIGHT     -       Proprietor   T
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Freevr and r-.h.        Choice V
RUPERT'S   PALACE   OF
a LADV PIARL GROWER
ailse Julia White Flnda It Profitable to Cultivate Pearle.
in pursuit of Independent liv-
lilniiiil, lhe nmsi  ingenious v.icn-
lii.ns    ure    being    exploited   by
women.,
Tennessee hns u young woman
in Miss Julia While of Ilnncnck
who is becoming known as an ex>
perl in lho cull uro of fresh waler
pearls, sin- la an example nf lhat
type nl ability Ihnl discerns Hit.
business opportunity dial lies
close ui hand.
Fi.iiii her early childhood Miss
while hus boon familiar wiih
pearl Ashing on the Qiinoh river,
which flows among the mountains of Musi Tennessee.
while making the journey
borne for .-I oolloge vacation- Miss
While suw in n Jeweler's window
ui Km.wiiio a beautiful solitaire
pearl   ring.     Hehind    il.   was   u
Choice Wlnra and Cbrare   |.|,'l.'lH'll wllil'll read, "Clinch RiVIT
comfort  I'onil.   Three Hundred Dollars."
Miss While Inalanlly dlsoerned
her opportunity.
She began in a small wuy Inlying  up  lhe  pearls  fmiml  in  hor
neighborhood ami disposing of
ihose lo dealers, in order in do
this she innl.'ri..iik n thorough
study nf the commercial grnding
of pearls. Her stock goes to
Wholesale .l.-rtl. rs nnd I., nrls and
crafts SlUdlOl whore jewels of
ihis type uro used. "
Realising   thai    ihe   Ushers1
methods were wasteful both of
lime nnd >.f lhe lives <>f the mussels, Miss While in muleTini.mt
lho care of .erlnin hods ..ver
which she bus jurisdiction, pearl
llshlng  cannot   be   pursued  with
destroying the mussels.   As ihey
are   rarely   found   In   Ihe  young
mussel ihe depletion of the beds
is prevented by inking only those
of medium or large size.
MIlS   While   is   a   type  of  Hie
modern young woman who possesses among In-r olher I'lini-ms
iho gifi of enthusiasm nml effi*
olenoy,
I lle.M sol r.o. SOS SM
PONY EXPRESS
���-.���-II MAT I'     MiH.-MasT ���     DM I. I H.    0IRVICK
Itas-gAjra, St"i agr fir, I Fnrwardlnjr Ajr*nu.    For
Nhra or Motor Car <!���> or nlffht
fevpnth A***, snd Fulton
Phon* J0I
.Grand Hotel..
Worklagman's Home
Free Liber Barns is Cossedws
Phone 178 lit Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODEIUUS. *eas��elatae
little's NEWS Agency
Magaiines :: Periodicals II Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
O.T.P. WHARF
..Whites Portland Cement-.
0. C. EMMERSON
AOENT
Pfcsee 125      Nifes Block       Stcied Ave
Advertise in
The Daily News THE DAILY NEWS
MADE A SPEED TEST
Fire Brigade Turned Out to Imaginary Fire at Carpenter Hall.
Rumors thai the Union Carpenters' hall was on lire wero current In town this afternoon in
c'onsoqiioiH'o of the "red devil"
being soon charging in lhat direction and water being played on
tho roof. II turned out, however,
to be merely a tesl run to a lire
ns part of the Fire Committee's
Investigation. The run was made
in quick lime.
Half Orazed Prisoners.
John Perry, held by the police
owing to his crazed condition due
to drink, will have to be sent
to New Westminster. Tom White,
n Provincial praioner from Terrace, H. ���'.. will nlso be sent
south.
Extend Q. T. P. Westerly.
A gang of tnu'klnyei-s is engaged ihis morning laying steel
on the (.. T. P.* grade from the
depot at the wharf westerly toward the Provincial Government
wharf. Double track is being
laid.
Dogs Disturbed Court.
"Romeo," the canine veteran of
the polioe court, fell foul of a
frowsy looking type this morning
on the floor of ihe Supreme Court.
Chief Vickers placed Romeo
under arrest and others look
care of the type.
Harry Smith of Stewart intends
to open Up a gents' furnishing
store hero at Third avenue and
Sevenlh.
Funeral Announcement.
All brethren of the Masonic
and K. of P. lodges are invited and
requested to attend the funeral of
Brother Duncan Inglis, late of
D. <;. S. Quadra. Services to be
liel.l in Ihe respective lodge
rooms al I o'clock p. in. Friday,
December sth. Friends will
please meei at ilnyner's undertaking parlors.
J. CHRISTIANSEN.
Sec.    Tsinipean    Lodge,
No.  58,  A.  F.  &  A.  M.
GEO. T. STEWART,
Sec.  Skeena  Lodge,   No.
2t       -15, K. of P.
Admiral Schley's Own Story
A man died the other dav, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval hero���popular became championed by tbe people, though officially
denied the full fruits of his long and
brilliant service. This man was Admiral Schley, hero of Santiago, one of
the great sea-fighters of history.
Shortly before his death Admiral
Schley completed for Cosmopolitan a
series of articles giving his personal
recollections of his forty-five years in
in the navy. He waa not anxious to do
this for there was at least one old
sore that an autobiography must reopen. But we urged upon him the
fact that nearly four million readers
would see each instalment of his story,
and most of these readers believed,
with Admiral Dewey, that the men who
stood on the deck of the Brooklyn that
July Sunday in '98 waa entitled to the
glory of that great victory. So he
consented. Not in the cut and dried
way, but unlocking hia secret soul as
he had never done before. The first
installment of the autobiography, the
life atory of a man worth while in the
nation's history, appears in the Christmas number, Subscription to Cosmopolitan will be accepted until December
10th at the special low rate to Canada
of $1.60. Cosmopolitan Agency, Box
861 Winnipeg.
WILL CLEAR 8EOOND AVENUE MM,-^"*^"~,**'*-*'-~.**^'**^,*^."^-'-'-*-*..^-��--^"***".^.~^
Counoll  Makes Promisee to the
Seoond Avenue Deputation.
The deputation of Beoond avenue ratepayers that vfalted on the
Mayor yesterdfiy received assurances that stops will at once be
taken lo put the street in order.
The deputation was especially
aggrieved that after agreeing to
pay for four years for a bridge
from First to Second avenues
Unit Iho bridge hail been torn
down and the roadway not put
in order,
ll
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is �� ii �� n ^ ss-^si m* ***** ii
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"The News" Classified Ads.
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
���^���^������*,*n."^��'^^��^>**',^^^*^*',^-��',^<��^'^.��M M'~*"~* '��"*-!��� a-is-a,
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-at is*��%si-wisin>si
r-n^S.���si.H-^_Hj|
A GREAT OOUNTRY
Norton   Griffith   Is   Enthusiastic
Over Peace River Country.
Vancouver. Dec. 7.���In un Interview here Mr. Norton Griffiths,
the nglish M. p. who, with associates, will build u lino lo lho
Peace Itiver country, deolareS
thai that country will become one
of ibe greatest assets <.f Canada.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
l'l;i|e lllnss
Employer's Liability
Contractor..' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Till*
Mack Realty &. Insurance
COMPANY.
l'S    llrrii-r-. and Rentala.
Frizzoll's meal market glories
in u new sign which is being put
up today.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamftttingai'd
Sheet Metal Work
0 dice: 3rd Ave. Workahop
Phone 174 Snd Ave. bet. 7th and Sth St.
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vincouw or Seattle
FOR AU POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   I'hone 116
Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wo  i.r.p.!   your  money  if  we do  not
U-Ach you to -Hanc* for thr  pric��
of  one   U.-kcL
Wednesdays   and   Saturdays
in Sona of KnirUnd Hall: at fj p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY INVITED
#i~sasi at,** m*U *m**^f ****+_,! **�� ii ��n--n-�� **<*,**
I
For Rent
for Rent���Nice clean, warm comfortable rooma.
Katea Mc and up.   Kin*; i;..<n<> Hotel.        tf
For Rent-Two roamed cabin, ilnai- to McBride,
freshly papered and clean, only f 10 per month.
H P. McRae _ Co. t-f
L
Inaurance
3
OUR Companlee are noted for prompt and juat
���.���lil.-iii.-nta. We write every known claaa of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Co.
Wanted to rent or leaaa by lirsi of January, 6 or
6 room modern houae. cloee In.   State tarma to
Box 89.
Maternity nurae open for engagement.   Apply
Box -JIM Nawa. tf
Wanted.   ���    Dreeamaklna*. cleaning- and praaa*
Int, repairing for men and women. Mre Charlea
IVr.-h.-r. lOU Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red.      tf
L
ind      I
..^..-...^.ef
Jewelry
-.The Gift of Gifts:-
Becauee Jewelry la liked by everyone
We would like to suggest that
our stock furnishes innumerable suggestions. ALL your
gift wanta might easily be
supplied from it���with profit
to you ���and satisfaction to
those you wish to remember.
Our Cut Glass stock waa 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.
2 Lots, block 29, section 1, price $5,000
1-4 cash, balance G, 12, 18 months
at 7 per cent.
3 Lots, block 7, section 1, price $2500
each, 1--I i*;.-li. balance 1, 2, and 3
years al 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 28, section 6,  price 1525,
$225 rash, bai.  $50 every' 3 months
at 7 per cent.
1 Lot. block 22. section 7,  price $600,
1-2 cash, balance eusy.
Lot 9, block 2, aection 7 with -i-room
house, $1837.   $600 cash, balance $3(1
per month.
Double Corner,   block   4,   section  8,
Price $800.   1-4 cash,  balance 6, 12
and 18 months at 7 per cent.
Lots in block 11, section 8,  price $300,
$25 cash, balance $10 month.
Lota in block 10, section 8,  price $275
each, $25 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 year lease comer Second Ave. and
Sixth Street
99 year lease corner Third Avenue and
1 niton Street. 8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government Dock $6 and
ground rent to G. T. P. Stores on
second Ave.
We invite your listings,
tisc in many papers and in
ollii-i
We adver-
many ways
-we have offices fn other cities - our
equipment should interest you.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, lid.
Loat and Found
..i^ii.ii^m a n an mi .in 11.  ll .1 i-fr
FOUND-2 Small Kara.   Inquire at Newa Offlce.
tat-tt
LOST���On Sth, Ave., near achoolhouae. a Gold
���-tir.tr with the word "Mltpah" in raiaed lattera.
Valued aa a keepeake. Pindar plaaae return to
Empreee Cafe and receive reward
r
Real Estate
ZI WE BUY EVERYTHING
Lot for Sale In Section .'.. Block __. Lot 15. 7th
Ave.   Apply Mike Rutich, Box 6��2 City.     tf
i**.ii sa* . 11.1.. ..ie^-a^iaeajae
.nographer I
i^ii^...^ii.fcii^n^.i-fcii% !���
Eaalern atenocrapher of wide experience wanta
poaitlon. Addreea "Stenographer." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouvar. B.C. t-f
Fine View Corner
I SECTION   TWi
$2,250
-IN SECTION   TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
LoU 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Princ* Rup.fi, B.C.
Water Notice
I. Alfrad Chriatlan Garde of Princa Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give notice that on Uie
.-th day of December, Itll, I Intend to apply to
the Water Commlaaioner at hla office In Prince
Rupert for a lleenee to take and uaa two cubic
feet of water per second from an unnamed atream
in the Diatrict of Coaat Kanga 6. Skeen. Dlvl.lon.
I-l mil. eaut of the Tyee Station. O.T.P. Ry.
The water I. to be taken from the atream about
one half mil. above Ita outlet, and la to be uaed
for developing power for a quary eltuated at tha
outlet of aald creek, along the Railway rrada.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 2Sth. llll. d-17
-BIG SHIPMENT OF-
Enamelware
Juat  received  from  Davldann.   Montreal
Complete Aaaortment
...Pricea th* Loweat...
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. end 6lh St. Phone It
*******
HI IIINII AVKNIig
Shoes ������
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
eraiNCX RUPKBT
Tenders Wanted
8ealed tendera will be received by tha under-
algned up till 6 p.m., December Hth, till, for the
excavation for water pipe aa shown on plan and
profile which together with full information and
form of tender can be obtained from tha cily engineer. The loweat or any tender not neceaaarlly
accepted.
W. M. DAVIS, E. A. WOODS.
2t City Engineer City Clerk
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
I INHCAV'C CARTAGE and
LUlIftAl 0     STORAGE
G. T. P. Trent, ar Agent.
Order, promptly Ailed.   Pricea reaeonable.
OFFICE-H. a Rocheater. Centra tit.    Phone t
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Dec. 15, 1911. for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
6 ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
rnaaml
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily Newa.
It's the easiest and quick*
est way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
the    news    office
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Casli Store
735 THIRD AVE.
NOTICE
TO : RESIDENTS
IN SECTIONS S
mmmJL
AND 8
A public meeting will be held
on FRIDAY, the 8th inst.,
in the Presbyterian Church
Hall, on Fourth Avenue, at
8 p.m.
Mayor Manson and Col. Davis will address the meeting
on the plans for new sewer
for Hay's Creek, the establishment of a fund to provide
for the building of plank
roads in the out lying sections;
as to the purity ot Morse
Creek water for household
use.
LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED.
Prince Rupert Property Owners Assoc-.
E. Flexman, Secretary
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
FrizzelPs
MEAT MARKF.T
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twaln'i ���
stcr  Story,"   conl .
ing delicious   recipr
We .ell "Seal.hipl" Oy.ten
Freak From the Sea. .
���APPETISING AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES, ASK FOR
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens snd Green Vegetables
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���THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE-
FRIZZELL'S   -   -
Third
Avenue
Free
G. T .P. Townsite st South Hu-clion 5
Auction Sale at Vancouver Dee. 14, ll 5
We offer TO BID FREE OF CHARGE I
at the sale for anyone who wish to buy, 5
This is your opportunity to he on tin- S
same footing as the Vancover people In ������
buying Hazelton lots ���=
Qurter Caah, I, 2, 3 Yeara ~;
���FOR INFORMATION   SEE- ~
Th. COLLART   -   Sole Agenl |
Natural Rciourcci Security Co., Ltd. ����
Box 906 2.6 6th St. Piium. :���'  2
CHRISTMAS
Novelties
8ILK KIMONA8
-.'   fresh from Japan
DRAPERIES
for that new piano
CENTRE PIECE8
that will grace  a table
SILK SHAWLS
specially adapted for evening wear
LINEN
of the finest texture
JABOUS BROS.
825 Third Arenne        'THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Phone 243 Black
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
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for
Your Home!
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It gives you all the news of your own city and district as well as the principal happening;*.
in all parte of the world. The newa is well edited, its newB columns are clean and whole���
some. It ia a paper you need in your home. The advertising columns of the News bring
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money. I      :      :      ���
BUI Heads
Price Liats
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
In Commercial Printing
we have a large stock of
���*������$**
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We handle Blank Ledger
Forma  for   Looie
Leaf Sy.tem
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
J
For society printing, we ensure correctness of style and taste in Visiting Cards, Wedding
Invitations and Dance Programmes. For any kind of printing from the humble "dodged
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the  "News Job''       :      : ���
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