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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Dec. 6
idax. .am-.   HiN.Timr.   aaa.     in. rain
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT MAILS
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f-^rW-e Rupert Friday 8 a.m.
Pripcess May Saturday a.m.
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VOL. II, NO. 279
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, December 6. 1911.
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INVESTIGATION INTO COAL CHARGES
TURNED OUT TO BE RATHER FUTILE
It Was Finally Decided to Have a Measuring Test on Friday Afternoon���Mayor Says He is Satisfied That no Shortage
Existed---Lack of Civic Weigh Scale Causes Trouble
Willi lhe resolution passed that
members of tho Council anil lhe
parties concerned should attend
nl the wharf on Friday afternoon
while Messrs. Rogers and Black
weighed oul three loads of coal in
manner identical wiih the method
used in supplying Hie disputed
quantity of coal lo the light plant,
uml using thu sum.* three wagons,
lhe Mayor and Council last night
al a late hour dismissed Ihu Investigation into the alleged coal
shortage ro reported by Arthur
II. Alliston.
The Investigation proved a
fulile ulfuir. Every effort was
certainly made lo obtain uccur-
ato Information, but accuracy was
in..si dilllcull lo gel ul as regards
lho method Of checking the
amounts used al the plant.
The measurements of lhe wag-
mis delivering lho coal were
tailed iu question by Mr. Alliston,
but several witnesses testified lol measurement, Every pound of
lh>> loads being good. With tho | eoal used al tlu* plant will be
evidenoe at sixes und sevens at I weighed.".
midnight, and no sign of any
thing definite in sight, Mayor
Miinson and Council, consisting
nf Aldermen Clayton, Morrissey,
Douglas antl Kirkpalriok, threw
lhe investigation up in disgust.
The Mayor said he wanted to
hear no mm-.' witnesses and no
more measurements and would
not agree lo go down to the
wharf on Friday. "For my own
part," he suid, "I am satisfied
that we are dealing wiih reputable men for our coal supplies,
uml I think there is pretty wide
disorepanoy in the im-Uinds of
checking adopted. It will be betler for all parties lo have this
Unal lest made al Ihu wharf lo
decide the matter. After the cily
weigh scales arrive Ihore will bu
no more doubt as to methods of
THE VOW OF POVERTY MEANS
THE LOSS OF IHE FRANCHISE
Messrs. llog>>rs und liluok
agreed lo furnish facilities for
the test on Friday nnd there the
matter stands.
OOAL AT $2 A TON
It la Very Choloo Athraoite, Too,
at That.
(Special to Dally Xews.)
Calgary, Dec. 6,���The City
Counoil here bus rooived a novel
proposition to go into the coal
mining business. II. A. uml W. T.
Ford, who own 15 square mill's nr
anlhraoile ooal near ilu- oily,
have offered lo sell oul or lo lease
I., the cily on it royally basis.
They say lhe city i-nul.l llicn sell
anthracite lo citizens al it}*' a ton.
Every woman loves chiiiuwure.
ilet her some for u Xmas gifi.
���select it now and we'll lay il ns-
iile until you waul il delivered.
Wallace's.
"I AM IN TOUCH WITH THE RAINBOW"
ACTING MAYOR TOLD A CONTRACTOR
Rainbow Incident is Revived in Supreme Court Case This Morning in Damage Suit of Contractor Watson Against
the City of Prince Rupert
Mr. Juslide   Olemenl    opened
the damage suit .>f Watson vs.
the  city   nf   Prince     llupert   this
morning, Wm. Watson being lhe
llrsl witness examined, lie suid
iluii the firsl knowledge he hnd
nf a lime limii in the pontraol
PAMJAMENTPASSES G.T.P. BILLS
Railway Company Has Charter and Contracts Renewed  and Extended by the Government and Senate
MUST COMPLETE UNEBY DECEMBER 1914
This is the Outside Limit to be Allowed to Have Everything in Actual  Running
Order���Prairie Section to be in Running Older by December   1912���
All Appropriations for the Year are Now Passed
JU8TIOE   CHARBONNEAU   GIVES   JUDGMENT   IN   IMPORTANT
CLERICAL CA8E IN QUEBEC���HE  DISENFRANCHISES
8IXTEEN CLERICS AT RIQAUD.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Mimical. Due. 5.���III a judgment handed down today by Justice C-hni-boniieau ull members of
religious orders Inking vows of
perpetual poverty and obedience
are disqualified frum making use
of the electoral franchise, accordingly the names of sixteen
persons utlnchi'd to lho order of
clerics of St. Viator now engaged
in studying ul Itignud Itoinan
Catholic College must be struck
from lb.- electoral lists of Hint
dislrict.
The case establishes a precedent in Quebec Jurisprudence thut
may cause muny acliolis tin "ii- li
mil the province.
(Special to Dally Newa.)
Ottawa,   Dec.   0.���Any   uncertainly ns lo the relations between
ihe Borden governmeni and the
(i. T. P. was sel al rest lasi night,
when the House of Commons sal
lule ami rushed through several
lulls cluling In Ihe liriuid Trunk
I'acillc Railway. These were al
..nee rushed over to the Senate,
which was silling, mid passed the
upper house. From I here they
were taken to lhe flovornor-t.cn-
e* ni I nnd received lhe royal assent.
Charter la Extended.
The bills inclinlc.l .nn- In ex-
li'inl lhe i-hnrlei- nf the railway,
nn.l .ui.' i.. attend the contract
entered into between tho Government  uml  the  rpilwuy coiiipnuy.
i nit.-r il \iiiiiieii contract the
railway compuny is given until
December 1st, 1912, to complete
ihe work >.ii ih*- prairie section.
All Complete by 1914.
An  extension  of  lime  for  the
i intuin section was also given
until December, lull, by whioh
lime the railway company musi
havo all work completed and the
line ..pen fur Irulllc.
Reserves Authority.
The Government lias, however,
taken power lo limit the period
for the completion of lhe work
i.\ ordor-in-counoll. The royal
.i-.i-nl was olso given lo the supply bill, thus completing all the
appropriations for ili<* current
year.
MONTH'S POLICE
WORK IN CITY
Chief Vickers at Yesterday's Sitting of Police Commission Was
Able to Report a Very Well Behaved Prinoe Rupert.
At  the mculiiig of Ihu  Police
Commission held yesterday afier-
noon police alfuirs were reported
to bo in a very favorable condition, chief Vickers gave his report oii the number <.f police
court cases for lb.- pusl month.
Some fifty casus in all were deal!
with,   the  lines  totaling $321.5(1.
Severe sentences imposed were
those of four months for Darby
(irnhum for supplying liquor to
an Indian, and five months for
William Vincent, a vagrant of
doubtful morals. No cuse of
dangerous or otherwise serious
crime was recorded during tbo
past month. There are three
regular police constables and
three   specials  paid  ul   thc  rate
of $100 pur month,
IT SAVED THEM
FROM GALLOWS
Clarence Darrow Says That Nothing Could Have Saved McNamara Bros, but Confession.
A gift that always pleasus���
beautiful cliinuware. Many things
from tho cnlubrated potteries of
Kuropc.���Wallace's.
NEW OFFIOER ARRIVED
Ensign   Hamlll   Will  Suooeed  in
Oharge of the S. A. Work.
Knsign  and   Mrs.   Ham'11   a"'1
their family arrived on the Prinoe
Hupurt   ibis   morning   to   ink.*
charge of the Solvation Army
work in thu cily.    Tliu ensign is
an experienced offloer who has
served in Austral ia and HM
United Slates, a grand welcome
will bo given them tonight in lhc
citadel.
We pack chiiiuwure so that it.
may bu snfuly shipped anywhere.
Wallace's.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
I.ns    Angeles,    Dec.    ti.���Last
nighl   Clarence   Darrow,   chief
counsel   for   Ihu   defense   of  llic
UoNamara brothers, said ihat if
Ibe case bad gone to lhe jury
the Inevitable result would have
been Ibat Ilis clients would have
gone to ihe gallows, the evidence
against Ihem was so overwhelming.
SOCIALISM AND
PROHIBITION
They Both Went Down to Defeat
Together In the Los Angeles
Municipal Elections Yesterday.
(Canadian Preen DsSpStQb.)
Los Angeles, Dee. C.���Job llnr-
i-iliian, lhe Socialist can.li.lale
who in llie primaries a few weeks
ngo hnd n plurality of 3,000 over
Alexander fm- mayor, was yoster-
day overwhelmingly defeated in
tin'   civic   elections,   Alexander
having n majority nf 50,000 over
llan-iimin.
Prohibition was also defeated
l.y a vole of 'J |e. I.    Bome 8(1.1100
women voted in ibe oleotlon,
(in Wednesday al 2 p. m. nnd
8 p. m. two charming entertainments will be given at lhe st.
mziinr   in   Maclntyre
will be a maypole
_^_^_     ftn**
nl   nighl.    Ad-
Andrew's
Hall.    Tlii'i-i      ^^^_
dance ai. bolh performances
special tableaux   ^^
M)iMHi<.n fc in Ibe afternoon, 50
,.,.,11.4 admission at night.
body is Invited.
DENIES STORY OF ANY ITALIAN REVERSES
was ul  lhe lime of Ihu Strike.
The Judge���"What wns the
strike? You nil know about lhal
here, but I merely heard of it."
Witness in answer lo questions
by Mr. Williams explained the
nature of the  strike.       He     told
bow ilu- alderman oleoted in January hud promise.I lhe 15 cent
rule which hud occasioned Ihe
trouble.
City Bolioltor Peters for Ihe
city inliiiri led Iluii  there    was    a
strike which slopped lhe work f..r
.six weeks. Witness lol.I of bis
attempt t>> gel police protection
anil unresponsive reception by
lho city authorities. With other
contractors he had gone to noting Mayor Vernor Sinilli. who bad
said "li only aggravates lhe strikers lo allempl (.. slarl work iinii
wee have no adequate police protection, but I um iii touch with
Ihe Rainbow, ami a- soon as wo
gel an answer from her it may
be possible for you to start up."
Mr. Kelly asked about the lime
limit uml lhe Acting Mayor Informed him Hint ample extension
of lime would be granted both
fm- lime lost an.l lime required
for reorganisation.     lie gave a
brief  account   of  the   Kelly's  cut
incident.
Witness     William    Watson)
went oii l>> tell bow lie hud approached Ihe Mayor for it final
estimate ..f his work.  The Mayor
bad 111I.l him lhal lie colli.I have
ii provided Hint be obtained from
Messrs. Williams uml Manson a
copy of the original eonlraol in
Iheir possession. This llie solicitors refused lo do, saying that
il was their private matter. Mr.
Watson bad noi retained Hie
services of any solicitors up lo
then.
WILL MOUNT IWO LONG TOMS
ON SUMMIT OF SIGNAL HILL
LIG NAVAL GUNS HAVE BEEN THERE FOR EIGHT YEAR8 UNMOUNTED���WILL SERVE TO PROTECT HARBOR
OF   ESQUIMALT  IF  NEEDED.
(Canadian Proa Despatch.)
Washington, Dec. 0.���The Italian ambassador to the United
Slates hus issued a statement
denying lhe reports thai the Italian 11 ps hove sulfered reverses
at  Tripoli of lule and are prac
tically in a state of seige within
I he city.
He sliiles Ihnl the Kalian
troops ur.' in undisputed possession of ihe city nn.l surrounding
districts, ami nn* not suffering
reverses.   Ilnly has already mude
extensive captures of Arab prisoners, who are being sent for
confinement la the fortress of si.
Angel., ui 'I'a ni nt" in Southern
Italy until the war is over.
(Canadian Preaa Despatch.)
Victoria, Dec. 0.���Work will be
begun in a few days lo mounl
the two 0.2 guns on Signal Hill
at ECsqulmall to augmuni the defense of lhe Canadian naval base'
in the I'acillc. The work is part
of     llie     scheme     of     defenses
planned   nb..ui   fourteen   years
uko by Die Imperial l.overiiiiienl.
when tlie Canadian Government
look i.ter th>. defenses in HUM
il was decided nol to mount the
mins, which bate been lying at
Baqulmall for the past eight
years, with purl of thu mounting
in place ul lh.- summit of Signal
Hill.
Prince Rupert's leading holel���
Savoy.
Tom ami Jerry nl the Savoy.
ITALIAN SOLDIERS FIRING FROM TRENCHES IN TRIPOLI
TO DRIVE OUT    WHARF SITE FOR
THE JAPANESE PORCHER ISLAND
Vancouver    Member    Wants    to  Many Settlers in Cily Today for
Bring Several Hundred Labrador Fishermen to Pacific Coast.
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Vancouver, Dec. 0.���The opinion of Mr. It. II. Stevens, M. P.,
ihnl  several  hundred  Labrador
iish.-rmen  could  be  transferred
to the I'ueille roiipl in view of the
replacing of the Japunese hus
lieen supported by the Board "f
Triple, which lusl nighl decided
lo nsk the Provincial ilov.-rii-
ineiil lo aid the project.
WILL REDUCE
CABLE RATES
trltlsh Postmaster General Intends to Out the Present Rate
In Two After New Year.
First Time  in  Some Weeks
Urgent Need to Oeolde Where
Wharf Shall Be.
This photograph was taken in the Bumeliana. the Italians' most advanced  point in Tripoli.     Thc
Italians were entrenched and the Turks attacked them and were repulsed with heavy loss.
Evury-
ARE UP IN ARMS
Second Ave. Ratepayers Hold Indignation Meeting.
An Indignation meeting of sec-
mid avenue ratepayers look place
in   T.   11.   PaltUllo's   office   this
afternoon,     The   tradesmen   nr.'
tired after eighteen months of
having Ibe st reel held back, while
only   I hose   ��l reels    favored   by
aldermen are put m order. Drastic measures are lo be adopted
miles*,   the  Counell   gives  a��SII|-
niii'is lhal  mil  only S n.l avenue, hill nil lhe downtown streets
arc imme.liiil'l"  pul  in order for
Irallic.
Pantorium
1-llHllC     I.
Pioneer    Cl.'liners.
ANOTHER MOUNTAIN ROAD
C. P. R. Man Sayt a Road Will Be
Laid Through Pine Pass.
Vim iter.    Dec.    Ci. ��� lieorge
Hint of the C. P. II. forecnsls Ihe
construction of a line from Al-
tierin across ib.. Rooky Mountains
through   PIUS   Pass   to   open   up
ihe fur north of Hriiish Columbia.
(Spei inl lo Dally News.)
London. Dec. H.���II wus announced today by Postmaster
General Samuel Hint nil press
messages lo Canada, United
states nml Australia subject to
deferment will be aocepled al half
present rale. Ordinary messages
in plain liingunKe will be aooopted
al half price after New Year,    lie
is also arranging for night letter|
unit week-en.i messages.
FIRE DEPT. INVESTIGATION
Half lhe population of Porcher
Island is iu ihe city todny, the
first    opportunity    having   been
.ei/.ii by th.- islanders to visit
lluperl after several weeks of
siiirm>   weather  when  gasoline
boats could  iml cross over.
Ii is claimed that a poor serv-
i if steamers  Is  run  to the
Island,   (In-   Prii   John  culling
onl> ..ii her outward Irips at
Refuge Hay, nml even then tlio
inu.Iihk of passengers andgoods
on lhe bench is u danger and discomfort.
aii are agreed thai u wharf is
badly needed, bui all are unfortunately not nm tl as to the site
of the whurf. Some settlers want
it  nl   Refuge  Hay and  others  at
.lap iniei. Tb.- Government i.n-
glnoer on Ins last visit urged Um
settlers l" agree on a site, then
to represent to the authorities
whore tbey waul their wharf.
This course Is being now strongly
advocated.
Mint closes for the (lid Country
Thursday,   Dooember  7th.    We
have   Ibe   most   distinctive   nnd
unique lm.- of Christmas ..-.n - obtainable. Drop in nl Works. Tho
lime is short. 21
A TRIP TO EUROPE
Committee Appointed to Oo Into Next Best Thing to Real Article
Business and Report to Oounoil.   j Is Fred Stork's Lecture.
An  Investigation is to be held Tonight   in   Hie   Presbyterion
iii ibe lire protective system ..f bull ex-Mayor Fred Stork will de-
ttie city.  On the motion of Alder- liver un address on ins recent
man Hlldltoh, seoonded by Alder* trip to the principal   cities   of
m in  lio.ii.lns. n Committee con- Europe,     The   lecture   promises
sisting of Aldermen Kirkpatrick t<��� i f oxoepUoti.J Interest. Thi
nml Clayton and the Mayor will meeting  is  open  to  the general
I look Into the matter. \ public. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance. Weekly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Daily Edition.
Wednesday, Dec. 6
Skooni Luml District���Diatrict of Cotut Rango 5
Tako notico tlml LcRoy l*\ Grant of Prince
Rupert, 11. C , occupation civil engtnoei. intonda
to Kp.'-y fo: pft���iinf-Miui to purchaao thc following
doacribod landa:
Conmiencintf at a poat plantod abuul 3 1-2 milea
in a northorly diroclion from the northeast corner
puat of Lot 1869, Range 6, Coart DUtrlct, thenoe
eaat '-li) chains, thonco north 60 chains, thenco
weat to bank of river, thonce south following
bank of rivor to point of commencement: containing H��o ucroa, more or leaa.
Dated Sopt. tf. lyil. l.KKOY   F.  GRANT
Fub. Oct, lu. Gordon C. Einmersou, Agunt
Skeona Lund District���DUtriet of Coast Range o
Take nutico that Lottie McTaviah of Vancouver,
occuputiun married woman, Intends to apply
lor pvruuaaiou to purchase tbe following described
Ianda:
Commencing at u poat planted at tho northwest corner 1UU cbuitm uaat and 20 chains north
from \. i-.. cornor oi Lot lllti, Harvey's Surv.y
Cuaat Diatrict Uunge it, thonco UU chama south,
i thunce m> chuina uaat, thonce 80 chaina north,
thunco 40 cliuina unit, thouce tiO cbaina aoutb,
ihenco 40 chuina weal lo post of commencement
dontaiuiug tuu ucroa moru or losa,
DatedSept. 18, lull. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Tub. Sein. '-iU Frod W. .Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Coast Range 5
laku noticu thai Miaa Mary Muiville of Clare,
Ireland, occupation apinaU-r, intonda to apply
fur penniai.ion tu purcnaae tnu following doenuod
landa:
Commencing at a poal planted one chaina north
of the aouineaal coruur of Lot o'-l'*., tnence north
���in ciiauu, iliunce uaat JU cnaina, tlience aoutn 40
ctmiua, iiu'iuv wuhi 20 cnaina lu point of com-
mi-ncumeiu; cuntaining eiguiy acrea, more or loaa
Dated UCl. 11, 1'JI 1. MISS MAUI Ml L\'ILL-'.
I'ub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agent
Uelta Coola Land District���Dialricl uf Cuaat Rang
a
Take nolico thut 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland,   occupation   guutlumau,   intonda   to   apply
THE CITY ENGINEER AND THE WATERWORKS TENDERS <<-' VKKTS. %2Hb? tSSSSS. 4m��&
landa:
\'���-.-.*-.   J        it     xt ��� ���   ���        ,i 4.1 i        .  _i i��      I     Commencing at a poat pluntod on  the ahore
esterday the News in raising the question about the peculiar of Neclecuconnay txwm ai*mt to chaina wm
-mmmmaammmrnxm.    .'���    ...L.'.U     **    * Jit. il- A. ��� , * . '  Ol     InUlUII     1 tt'-l'I \ U    LlllC    ,U)I'IKV     WOat    M    0_U_tM
manner in which it is proposed to harass the station tfangs, eiimin-lfoUowtm um eiuuuMi oi Nwiwrinnnim utvw,
.**_, 4.L.*    _t-��_.i   _     . ,i . i     n -.1       *****.       n       ��� Ibenco tfouiti 80 cnuina more ur luaa to cbannul
ate the competition ot the contractors and allow the City Engineer: oi uttta cooia utvtr, thence toUowtog obuMi
4  ��� ��� *i i     i-i _*      _i i i a ��� e* i *������   Uolla  Cuulu  Itiver  eauturly  00  cliaina,  nunti
to put in an irresponsible bid tor the pipe trench cutting,referred tol-WohainsmorioriMtopointoioommeooicointi
the City Engineer as having estimated the cost of the retaining1 -Uat^AvgwtsTmi. ''" il m. cuff
wall work at $8,000.   This latter incident, which was used by way \ l'ub* *" n "mm ^'"' tm
of illustration, the City Engineer says is unfair to him as it refer- < sk~'���� Uad ui��tri.i-.ui.iri-t _i coiut lun^ t>
��� I lllvf     IlirllrY     111.1     Ill-IIJallllll     KUr.M-1      ItlCU      Ul
red to an embankment guard and not to a retaining wall. The ^^!&?&^mIS
News accepts Col. Davis' word on this matter, and regrets that an -g^i.,,. pBajUnM ��� ch,lM wuth
unfair deduction was drawn from his $8,000 estimate. '""". . *, **">**>>'*>** ����"-*' ** *-**' ****  *'*��*
.... ' marked 11. It. It **.. ��.. i eer.-i.-r.   llience ill cbuini
The incident however, does not affect the value of the criticism *""��� '"*"'"��� *' '****"��� *""***��� ""****x *.*****
__.        j i-       i_     -.t *****  ********* ***> ehaxxx* --out-  to point ol   coiu-
offered by the News, for Col. Davis in the same conversation ad- *******, <*****^^***k*ffSg' -Sk.
, .      . ... -1_.NJAW1N   HuSSKL  IllCt
nutted that his intention is to put in a bid for the work, and that {';_T_n_��!_?"Jl'lal1'
if his bid is accepted he will carry out the work by day labor.   He:
further admitted that the citizens have no guarantee that he will . T_t-~"u_Tu^^SS^fSSf ii��iS��Si ol
be able to carry out the work for the amount of his bid.
The reasons offered by Col. Davis for recommending that the
work be done "by station gangs only" are :���
(1) To avoid employing undesirable laborers who might be
engaged by the contractors.
(2) To prevent the work being done by day labor,  in fulfillment of the promise to the ratepayers.
The News respectfully points out that neither of these reasons
are sound.
Vancouver, 1.. L'��� occupation bookkeeper, inu .inn.
lO   .pply   lur   |.lTllllr.r.l.r[|    10   pUTClHUH)   I III'    lollO*. I ll��
el..-.11 l-.-.l   lailelS.
i eenri.e-jiiini: .t . 11....i pl.nu.-d nt iho con-
llu.nce oi Ulackwau-r rivur Willi Num. river, .bout
; two milu. euulll Irum tliu autli lloiiiiin.iii 1 ell-|-rapli
cabin. 1'ual marked A. J. M. N. *e*t. Corner,
itieiicu XsXl chain, .ouili, ihuncu mj chain. ea.1
thence 60 chain, nurlb, llionco ml chaina woat
10 putnl ul i-.niiiin iri-.-nifirt. coniaininic um acru.
iirrrn- ur lot.
AM.I S JAMES M.*lvl;.N/.li:
l.ated Sopt. 11. lull.
l-ub. Nov. 2.
Skeena I..11.I Diatrict���llutricl ol Caaaiar
Tako nunc- lhal Herbert McLnn-ii ol  V'an-
i couver. I*. C, occupation real oalalu agent, intenda
to apply (ur purinia..un lu purchaao  tne (ollowlns
duecnt-ed land.:
Commencini  at  a  post  planled   at  the  con-
' lluencu ul lllackwater rivur with the Naaa river
aboul  twu  mile,  euulh  ol  the aiath   Iioniinii.n
II*   . ���..     ti       ��� 1 elcuraph  cabin.    1'ual  marked   II.   M.  N.   I..
n tne seconti place,  it  the Citv Engineer s admittedly irre- ***** *****"* **> ******* *��**t*>, **>*ae* su chain.
.. fl i. .;��� -    . .    .    . , *��� ! weet, Ihence KU chaina nurth. ibence BO chain.
sponsible bid is accepted, he proposes to carry out the work bv
In the first place there is nothing to prevent these "undesirable laborers" from joining together in station gangs and undercutting all the other competitors.
it to po.nl o( cuuliiit-iii-i-iiii-nt, containing blu
aero, moro or Xmm.
Dated Sept. '13, lull        111. Kill, ll 1  Mcl.l.NNAN
I'ul.. NOV. H.
day labor, which is in direct violation of his reason for recommending station gangs as well as in violation of the. promise to the
ratepayers.
The News repeats its accusation of yesterday, that the City
Engineer's recommendation to bar out the contractors, to place
harassing conditions on the station gangs so that they will find it
difficult to compete, and then allow himself to come in with an ir-
���ii    i_'-l * * -* *   �����       �����       -  - ov -"���.���'M- ."ence eaat *r
responsiDie Did to carry out the work by day labor at the ratepay- j $!|J"�� * ** **u��wmencement:  conie.u.n-i cj.-u-�� nort^lW~ m"c_^�� "*_ar��7otai ii
er's expense, looks like a cooked up scheme to fool the station'
gangs, the contractors and the ratepayers alike.
Skeena Land Di.lrict~Dl.uict of Coast ltan|. .'.
Take nol.ee lhal 1. Chri.lupher-r'-lamo. Graham
ol I'rlnce Hup n. II. C, occupatiun locumutiv.
.���iie-iin- r. iniond tu apply for per.nia.iun lo purcbaae
tbe lolluwln.  -1*���-**..i .-.]  land..
Coromencinic al a uo*l planled at the southwest r, ir,. r ul Lut No. 1...J vicinity ul Lake
I-....- and marked Cbriatophur J. liraham
N. L. Corner, Ihence weet lu cnaina, thence aoulh
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COAL NOTICE
SkMna Land Dbiriet���Dittrict of Quwn Charlott
Tak* notlc* that Auatin M. Hrown or I'nncr
Itupert. aaddlar. Intandi lo auplv to lha ChM
Comm-Mton.tr ol Landa and Worka for a Unncv
to proapect for coal, oil and potrolwtn on and
under tha followine daacribed landa on tha Wait
Coaat of Craham laland:
Commcncinf at a pott
of the northeaat comer
t planted threa milna eut
Of C. la No. 446. thence
W chain*, iliunce eut 4U chaina, thenco  north ou   n3 00 chaina. Ihence HO chains waat. tbence 8
tr|rM|iinni��Klr��|rMKmnvMi|r|i!
FOR SALE
Lot 19
" 10
" 12
Lot 16
" 61-62
Block 33     Sec. 7      Price $575.00
"2       "7 "   1100.00
"    37        "   7 "   1400.00
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Block 16     Sec. 2    , Price 1000.00 $351.25cash
"'    12        "   2        "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
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REAL ESTATE
Third  Avenue
TIMBER MINES
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l llKl>lt.i'IIKIt  JAS,   CK.MIAM,   Locator
Dated SepL 11. Kit  11.66 A.M. - WuneeMd t. U
Laird.
Pub Sepl. 1*X
Skeena Land Uialrlct���Diatrict ol Caaaiar
Taka nuiice that K. II. Sieeran ol Vancouver,
il.   . .  occupauon  Uuckman,  Inuoda  tts apply
lor permUHion to purcbaae tbe (o.lowin-*; d-��criii--i
landa:
Commencini at a poat planled 40 chaina aoulh
ol I're-empuon No. UW7 aud bl chaina eaal (rom
lhe Naaa Itiver IS. W. C.l, Ihence 40 clu-io. eaal,
Ibence 40 cl-mii. north, tbence 40 ehaina amx.
thence 40 chaina auuth lo the point ol commencement to contain lou acre, more or leaa.
in. H.MU) ii.m Aim STCWAItT
1'-l.il Auj. IUI1. J.line  I', lullcrliin, Aiii-nl
Tub. Sept. 21.
Skeena Land DUlrict���Diatrict ol Coaal Itanie !i
Tako nul.ee thai Harold K. Smith ol Morei>,
Alia., occupation .lalloo acent, intend, to apply
(ur parr-eleaion lo purchaae the following deecrn*e.i
land.:
Comraendnf at a pool planted al the aoulb
weat corner 100 chain, eaal and 20 chain, nortb
liirrn N. I., vomer ol Lot 111b, llarvey'a Survey
Coaat DUlrict itange 6, Ihence 40 cbaina eaal,
thence ISO chaina nurlb, Ihence 40 chaina weal.
tber.ee bo chatna aoulh lo poat ol commencemt-nl
containing is'io acrea, more or leaa.
Dated .*. i-i. IS, lyll. HAItULD
I'ub. .-.vi ��� Zil. Kred W. Uohlr
commencement.
tuguet I
Al'STIN M. llltUWN, Local..,
I'ub. Aug
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUlrict ol Qunn Charlolt
Take nolle* thai thirty dan Irom dale, I, C. I.
Hainter ol I'rince Itupert, li. I., by occupation
bookkeeper, inland lo apply lo the Chief Cora*
mUeioner ol Land. lor a lleenee lo proepect lor
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acree ol
land on Graham l*alnd dettrlbed aa follow.:
Commendng al a poet planted two mile, north
of C. I: U. Coal Leeee No. IS, marked N. W.
corner C. K B. Coal Ia*** No. 24, thenee eoulh
SO chaina, thence eaat SO chaina, thence north |
SO chaina, tb.nee we.i SO chaina to place ol com*
mencemenL
Dated Sept. 12, lull      C. E. IIAINTKU. Locator
I'ul.. SepL 2).
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrlcl ol Quean Chariot lr
Take notice that thirty dara Irom dale, I, C. E.
Hainier ol I'rince Itupert, fl. C. by ocrup.lloti
bookkeeper, inlend to apply lo the Chief Commiaaioner ol Landa lor a lioence lo proapect for
coal and petroleum oo and under Mil acrea oi
land on Cranam Island diwcribed ea lollow
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 live
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is tlie :
. Nanaimo Business Collegi
���   smith ,    Commencing at a poet planled two mile, nt-irb
u'h'ler Aim i tS ****" m*"""! <W u****** **** No 4. marked
obler, Agen   N- E_ t,nm c   g   ���   jgg ____ N_   �� JJJJ
i eouth SO chaina. (hence weet SO ehalna, Ihence
j Skeena Und DUUict���Diatrict ol Coaal IUnge 6   north SO ehalna. Ihenee eaat SO chain, trpl.ee 1
lake notice lhal I, Cordon C. Emmeraon oi   commencemenl.
I'rlnce   Itupert,   11.   C,  occupation   real   eelale
broker, Intend  lo apply for permlaamo  lo purcbaae the folluwing dwclbed landa:
Commencing at a poet pUnted  ebout  2  3-4
| mile, in a northerly du-eclion Irom the northeaat
corner poet ol Lut I Jlli., ttan-te 6, Coaal Diatricl,
thence north 40 chain., tbence weat to river
le.nk, tbence euulh lulluwing riv.r bank i>* puint
' nl commencement; cuntaining ISO acre., more or
leea.
Daled SepL 9, lull.   UUKDON C. EMMEitSUN
Tub. in i   IO.
Skeena Land Diatricl���DUtricl ol Coaal Itange 6
lake notice that lliriam Itoy McTavUh ol
Ulnnlpeg, Man., occupallon barrUler, inunda
i.r apply Inr |>ermU>lon lu purcbaae lha loiluwing
deacribed land.:
Commencing al a poat planted at Ihe aouthweat
corner 40 chain, eaal and 40 chaina north from
N. E. corner ol Lot lllti, llarvey'a Survey Coaat
DUlrict IUngo 6, thonce .... chain, eaat, thenoe
bo chaina north, thence 60 chain, weet, Ihenee bO
chain* eouth lo poal ol commoncement containing
���i'.n acre* mum or lo...
Daled Sept. 18, 1 Wl 1  IIIItlAM  llnV McTAVlSH
. I'ub. Sept. 28. Kred W. Uohler, Agent
DatedSept. II, llll.
I'ub. Set>L -1
C. E. UAINTER. Locatoi
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict ol Coaat IUnge t,
Take nolice that Herbert 1. Mackle ol lrem
broke, lint., occupation lumberman, Inund. lo
apply for permlMiui
ri-wcribed land.:
���Ion to purchaae ih. lollowlng
erree
Ucu.���   EZSm   inund    't1*,1? V ���'"���" ��' '���*<'/ ******* lollowlng Tbo"-,
i-lo��� t.p.r.finriJW   t *^mint' eTtal^^ ** ***** ��< ��""
fal@BB^itV-g;g;
It is the nearest business
college (o I'rince Rupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
pwaondi and develops tin
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
in Nanaimo. Thc pupils
are away from the distractions of the larger rities
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Commercial Arithmetic
Olfice Routine
���Spelling
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II^ Mif Ntan ill the Difference Between Success and Fiilwe lo Yon
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THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C E. Perry, Pri.cip.1 Nmiin0( | c
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUlrict ol Caaalar
!    Take   notice   that   Charlea   William   Ham
Vancouver,  11.  C,
." apply lur perml
.leechlied landa:
Commendng at a poat planted at Ihe coniluence ol Ulackwaur river with the Naaa river
about two mile, aouth Irom the alilh Dominion
lel.gr.ph cabin. 1'o.t marked C. W. II. S. IV.
Corner, Ihenee bO chaina north, thence 80 chaina
i eaat,  thence  80 chain, aouth,  Ihence 80 chain.
I weet to (mint at commencement, conUining 640
! acre, more ur leaa.
n     .. (-IIAIILES  WILLIAM   HAM
I '..ii-el September 23, lull.
I'ub. Nor. 1.
Skeena Und DUtrlct  -DUtricl ol Caaalar
Take noUce that Thomaa Arthur Whlu ol Vancouver,  11.  C, occupation carpenUr, InUnda u
epply  lor  permiaalon  to  purchaae tho followini
deecribed land.:
Commencing at a poat planted at tha con*
luence ol lllackwater river wllh Naaa river, about
two milee aouth ol the aUth Dominion Telegraph
cabin. I-iwI marked T. A. W. S. E. Corner, thence
80 chaina north, Ihence 80 chaina weet, thence 80
chain, aoulh, thence 80 chaina eeat U point of
commencement, con' lining 640 acre, more or leas
TIIOIllAS AllTIH'll WHITE
DatedSept. 2.1, 1911.
I'ub Nov. 2.
Skesna Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Coaat IUnge V
Take notice that lettm M. Tallman ol Cedar
lUplda, Iowa, occupation lawyer, Islanda to
apply for permiaelon to purchaae tho following
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the aoutherly
.linr. ol Kulxymateen Inlet on the right bank
ol a .mall atream flowing into aald Inlet |u.t eaat
ol Crow Uke. Thence eouth 20 chain., thence
we.1 20 chain, more or loaa to the ahore line ol
Crow uke, Ihence northerly and eaaterly lol-
nwini the ahore linea ol Crow Uke, the Inlet
to Crow Uke and Kulieymaleen Inlet to the
place ul commencement, conulnlng forty acrea
more or lm* Ucated Auguat 7, 1.11.
RC_jg'_P ***** '''5S8B a. TALLMAN
Commendng et a poet planled on the left bank
ol the Zytno-iolli or Zlm-a-got-lta Illver, al aoulh
weet corner ol Lot 1706, ihenca northerly, following
Ibe weelerly boundary ol Lot 17041. M chain,
more or leae, to tbe northweat oorner ol -Mid tm
J06! fl"9 *m*mtlr and eoulherly, followini
the lelt bank ol ..il river, SO chain, mor. or lo�� lo
poinl ol commencement conUining ISO
mora or leea.
Located Auguat 19, 1911.
DaUd Augurt 21. IHI.    HERBERT j. MACKIE
Pnb. A-i SO. Frederieli 8. Clement.. Agenl
Sk��.n. Und DUlrict-DUlrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice lhat I, Thomaa McClymont ol
Irince Itupert, ll C., oecupatlon real aetata
broker, Intend lo apply lor permieelon U purehaae
the following deecribed landa:
Commencing at a peot planted at the 8. W,
corner ol preemption record 412, Ibence erit 80
chaina.  Ihence aoulh  40 chaina,  thenee weat SO
mencement:  conulnlng 320 acrea, more er leae.
D.ted Sept  6, 1911.      THOMAS McCI.YMONT
Tub. Sept. ��. %ta*ms Cola. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Rania 6
Take notice that It. P. MUler ol Tipton, England, occupation larmer, Mend, u apply for
permiaelon lo purcbaae the following ..���cribwl
ianda:
Commencing at a poat planted about 60 chain,
wert Irom tbe N. W. Corner ol Ut 4406, thenc
***** 40 chain., thenoe weat 20 chain., thence I
eouth 40 chaina, thenee eaet 20 chain, to the
point of commencement eontalnini eighty ecre.
more or leas.
Daled Augu.t 19 1911. R. F. MILLER
I'ub. Aug. 26. p. M. Miller. Agenl
Skeena Und Dlrtrict -DUlrict ol Queen Charlotu
Take nolice thai thirty daya from dale, I, C. E.
Ilainler ol Prince Ituperl. li. C, by occup.llon
lionkkeeper, Inlend lo apply U the Chief Com-
inl-wloner of Uni. fur a licence lo proipect for
coal and petroleum on and under S40 acres of
land on Craham Island deMrihed aa follow.:
Commencing at a poet planled two mllea north
Tlei.n northwest .omel Coa! Leaee 446S marked
C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 29, ".mr- south SO chains,
Ihenee weet 80 chaina, thenre north SO rhaina
thr-nre east 60 chain, tu point ol commencement,
r-intalnlni 640 acres more or leas.
DeteVl Sept. 12. 1911. C.  E.  BAINTER
Pub. ocu 7.
Skeena Und DUtrlct-^DUtriet ol Coaat Range 6
Take notion that Frank & Miller of Undon,
Eng., occupation civil englniw. InUnds lo apply
for permlasion u purchase Ihe lollowlng deacribed
lands:
( ommenclng at a poet planted at the N. E.
Corner of Ut 28, thenee north 20 chaina, thence
west 20 chains, thence eouth 20 ehaina, thenee
easl 20 chains U point of commencement, eon*
Islning 40 acres more or leea.
DaudAoguet 16, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26 p. M. Mill---, Agent
SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY .Tin lei
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Real Estate and Stock Broken
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
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Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -      $6.00
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' LAND LEASE NOTICE
l-i-ll.. Coola Land DIatrlot���Dlalrlct ot Coast Hungi.
Tuko notico that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intenda to upply tor
...-rmis.-mm to lease the following doacribod lunds:
(.'ommunclnB at a post plantod at the Bhore
jitmr tho Ni ���**. cornor of Lot No. 8, thence north
.10 chuins, thenco weat 80 chains mora or loss tu
,',ir.i boundary of cannery lease, thonce following
dm suid oast boundary south 40 chuins more or
].-.. to shore line, thenco following said shure
Imu easterly 80 chuins more or bus to point of
cuiimionccmont; containing 320 acres, more or
la
THE DAILY NEWS
Dated August 31, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 30.
H.  M.  CUFF
William McNair, Agont
Holla Coola Land District���District of Coast Uungo
Take notico tbat II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, ootupatlon gentleman, intends to apply
lur permission to lease the following doacribed
In i ids:
Commencing at a post planted at tho N. K
corner of Lot 33, thunce north 20 chains, thence
ht-sl 40 chains, thence south 20 chaina more or
\*m lo shore line, thenco following thu shore line
nui 40 ehaiaa more or leas to point of commence
ment] containing 30 cures, moro or loss.
Hated August 31,1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
I ���ub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agont
Belli Coola Land District���District o ICoast Hung
Tuke notice that 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intends to apply
ivt permiasion to lease the following described
lunds:
Commencing at a post plantod at the N. W.
curnor of Lot No. 4, thence north 40 chuins, thence
mt 40 chains, thence south 40 chuina more or
k'.j to shore line, theoce following shore line
- t.rly 40 chains mora or toss to point of commencement; containing 80 acres, moro or lesa.
Dated August 28, 1811. H.  M.  CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agen
Uulla Coola Land District���District of Coast Hange
Tuke notico that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, In
lund, occupation gontleman, intonds to upply
fur permission to lease the folluwing described
lunds:
Commonclng at a pott planted at the N. \\
curnor of Lot 252, thonce south 40 chuins more
or lusa to northern boundary of lease No. 1 uppliod
for ny 11. M. Cliff, thence following said boundary
i.i.t 20 chains, thence north 40 cliaina, thence
west 20 chaina to point of commoncement; containing 80 acros, more or leas.
Dated August 28, 1911. H.  M.  CLIFF
Fub. Sepl. 30. William McNuir, Agont
Holla Coola Land District���District of Count Range
Take nollco that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends to apply
lor permission to leaso tho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post plantod at the S. i.
curnur of Lot 251, thence suuth 40 chains more
ur leas to northern boundary of Lease No. 1
upplied for by 11. M. Chil, thence oast 20 chains
ulong said boundary, thunco north 40 chains,
thencu wost 20 cbains to point of commencement;
containing 80 acres, mere or lesa.
Dsted August 28, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
i'ub. SepL 30. Williurn McNair, Agent
Skoona Land District���Diatrict of Queen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. K.
Daintor of i'rinco Hupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lunds for a liconco to prospect for
coul and potruloum on and undor till) acros of
i��...i.... '5-..i��� ���-���-   ��� ���      ������   ���
land on Gruham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted ono milo north
or C. K. li. Coal Lease No. 9, markod N. W.
corner C. K. li. No. 10, thonco south 80 chains,
thenco wost 80 chains, thonco north 80 chains,
thunco oust 80 chuins to placo of commoncement.
Dutod Sopt. 11,1911. C. !���:. HAINTKU, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23,
Skeena Land District���District of Qumn Charlotto
Tuke notico that thirty days fronm dat��, I, C. K.
Uuinter of Prince Hupert, it. C, occupation book.
keener, intend to upply to tho Chief Commissioner
of Lands (or a liconce to prospect for coal and
petroleum on und under 640 acres of land on
Cirahum Islund described aa follows:
Commencing ut a post planted two miles north
of Oi 1'.. H. Coul l.t-usu No 8, markod N. K. corner
of Oi I'-- li. Coul Ijouse No. 11, thence south 80
chuins, thence wost HO chains, thence north 80
chains, thonce eust 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.
I'ub. Setit. 23.
ITEMS OF.
j SPORT I |
'Tho friends of Carl Morris, tbo
Oklahoma ffianl and rumored
white hope are out busy denying
a story thai his recent victory
over Jaok Qoyor wus entirely Uue
tn the  snialln.'ss of llu
thirteen-foot affair
time, with Morris'
und  Geyor
0< K. UAINTEH, Locator
...        i.i-.ui.i.iiijuri'lU-lllIUIllt!
Tuko notico that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uaintor of I'rinco Huport, H. C, by occupution
bookkeeper, intend to spply to the Chief Cora-
missioner of Lund for a llconce to prospect for
coul and petroleum on und undor 040 acres of
land on Cruhum Islund described us follows:
Commencing ut a post piunted two miles north
of C. K. H. Coal Lease No. 7. markod C. E. it.
Coal Louse No. 12, thoucc south 80 chains, thence
oast 80 chains, thonco north 80 chains, thonce
weat 80 chains to place of commencement.
Duted Sopt. 11,1911.     " "
Fub. Sept. 23.
C. fc.. UALNTEU, Locator
..  .  L1 tof Quoon C
that thirty duys from dato, I, C. E,
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Charlotta
Tuke notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uainter of Prince Hupert,  U. C by occupation
   ....,-. i.,  .-*. \m,,  uy occupauon
bookkoeper, intend to apply to tbo Chief Commissioner of Landa for a liconce to prospoct for
coul and petroleum on nnd under 640 acraa of
land on (iraham laland doacribed aa followa:
Cummenelng at a post planted two mllos north
of C. E. B. Coul I,.mm' No. 7, markod S, W. corner
C. E. It. Coal Leaso No. 13, thenco norlh 80
chuins, thonce east K0 chains, thenco soulh 80
chains, thenco west 80 chains to placo of commencement.
Pitted Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Puh. SepL 23.
Skoena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ot Queen Charlotta
Islands
Tako notice that AusUn M. Urown of Prince
Hupert, 1). C-, occupaUon aaddler, Intenda to
apply to tho Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and
Works for a licence to prospect for; coal, oil and
petroleum on and under the following deacrlbod
lands on tho West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted throe milos east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thenoe
80 chains aouth, thenca 80 chains east, thance 80
chains north, thenco 80 chains wost to point of
com moncomont.
AUSTIN M. DHOWN, Locator
Dato of Location 31sl July. 1911.
Puh. Aug. 17.
ring���ifr
\t the same
40 pounds,
iMo pounds, there
wasn't much room fur much else
except the re for oo anil some bard
slugging. It is nol quilt* right
to put two such big
ring so small.
men   in   u
bee
���"llie
COAL NOTICE
.Skeona Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty duys Irom dute, 1, C. fc..
lisinter of Princu Kupert, li. C, by uccupatiuo
I .Hjkkeoper, intend to apply to the Chief Com*
mituuuuer of Lands for a licenco to proapect fur
cosl and petroleum on and under 010 acres of
lund on Craham Island doscribed us followa:
Commencing at a post pluntod live nulus east
i.| Coal Lease No. 4474, marked C. E. Haulier's
N. E. corner Coal Lease No. 9, thencu south 80
chains, thonco wost 80 chains, thenco north 80
chums, thence cast 80 chuins tu placu of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land District-District of Queen Charlutte
Take notice thut thirty duya from date, 1, *.'. !���;.
Hainter uf Princu Hupert, it, C, by occupation
bookkoeper, intend to apply lo-4.hu Chief Com
missioner of Lands for a liconco to prospect fur
coal and petroloum on and under 040 acres of
lund on Graham Island described us lullows:
Commonclng at a post planted one mile north
uf C. E. 11. Coal Lease No. ID, marked C. E. II.
Cual Leaae No. 15. thencu north 80 chains, thonce
Must 80 chains, tnence soulh 80 chuins, Ibence
past 80 chains lo place of co mi nen cement.
DatadSept.ll, 1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Scuu 23.
Skuena Land District���District of Queen Charlott
Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C H
Hainier uf Princu Hupurt, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to thu Chiuf Com*
miasionor of Lands for a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acras ul
land on Graham laland doscribed us follows:
Commencing at a post planted twu milea north
of C. E. ti. Coal Lease No. 10, marked N. E.
corner C. E. ti. Coal Loaso No. 10, thunco south
80 chaina, thenoe woat 80 chaina, thonco north
80 chains, thunce cast 80 chains tu placu uf commencement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. UAINTEH, Ucator
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlutte
Taka notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. E
Uainter of Prineo Hupurt, ti. C, by occupation
bookkoeper, iniond to apply to thu Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licenco to prospect for
Skeena Land District���District of Quaan Charlotte
lalands
Take notice tbat Austin M. Drawn of Prince
Hupert, occupation aaddlur, intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and works
for a liconco to prospoct (or coal and oil and potroleum on and undor the following described lands
on the West Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing ut a post pUnled throo milus cast
of tho suuthwest corner of C. I.. No. 4477 tbence
80 cbains east, thence 80 chains norlh, thsnee 80
chains west, thence 80 cbaina aoulh lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. UKOWN. Locator
Date of Location, 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und District���District of Queen Charlotu
lalands
Tako notice that AusUn M. Urown of Prince
Ituperl, occupatiun saddler, Intends to apply to
tho Chiuf Commissioner of Lands and Works fur a
licence tu prospect for coal, oll and pelroleum on and
under thu folluwing doscribod lands on the West
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted throe mllos east
of the southeast curner o ;C. I. Nu. 4472 Ibence
nurth 80 clmi!,'-, thenco east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thonce wost 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. UHOWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice lhat thirty days from dato, 1, C. E
Uainter of Princu Hupert, ti. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to thu Chief Commissioner of Lands for a bcenco to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acras of
land on Graham Island dweribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted live milus east
uf Coal Lease No. 4407, marked C. E. U. Coal
Lease No. 1, N. E. cornur, llu ���**.*��� wost 80 chains,
tbenoo south 80 chains, ihuncu east 80 chains,
thenco north 80 chuins tu plucu of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911 C. E. UAINTEH, Ucator
I'ub. Supt 23.
Calgary is ambitious U
known as u racing center. Sweepstakes totaling $tH,uoo bav ul-
roady been bung up for next summer's meet at Hie Industrial Exhibition raees.
PWe of the $1,000 stakes will
be hung up for the harness raoos
antl one will go to Ibe runners.
The big slake rare for the runners will be lhe 1 !4 mile race
for the Calgary cup. Thoroughbreds from all over the continent
ar expected to be entered for this
event The thousand dollar
slake offered is expected lo he the
means of drawing more runners
to Alberta than have ever before
been seen.
In (be National League an exceedingly close race, is likely next
years, say the dope artists, with
the (limits, Cubs, Phillies and
Pirates, and possibly the Cardinals iu the running.
Suitable
Christmas
Gifts
Alums! oOlintieil ure lhc
nun.b-.-r cl appropriate gill
tain*;, shown in our new
ctttulu(;iic r-intin;! In price
Irum 15c up.
There arc 121 polei ol
Diamonds, Jew In, Silver*
ware, Chino, Cut llluss,
Leather tiuuik ui.J Novel-
ties���write for It, i> is Iree
for the asking.
We prepay all delivery
charge, on every urlicle
purchased Irom Ul, guarantee
���ale delivery und immediately refund the I.ill purebue
price il the g.mds ure nut
entirely HtllttOtOr..
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| - THE COSY CORNER =
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Thia is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and ull of the ladius 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 Iill a social need.
In u ri'cenl hour ram between
lean lluiiin, (lit* Kivncli uiniil.'iir
distance ohsmpion, und H.iueh-
iii'd, a i'ni.'k professional Mura-
Hniii runner, tliu amuii-ur won un
easy victory, oovering eleven
inil.'s '.'<;* yurds in the hour.
\V.     (i.     (il'OI-gO,     ll.ililiTnl     llll"
mil.' professional record, declares
lho present .system of training
athletes is ull wrong, and llutl
men ure belter if left to themselves, following ihe promptings
>.r nature as to diet.
A BEAUTIFUL THROAT
It Is One of the Most Vital Points
to the Artist's Eye.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
*.s. Prince Rupert
Hi* shi' matron or maid, n
beautiful throat Is a Joy I., any
woman. Ks'iiTiuiiy during the
siu'inl season <l...'s she dosiro a
full round llu-oat, whose ovory
curve i> a line nf beauty, end
wlu.se -.ni'i whiteness gleams
from uml.'I- Hie line ..f ibe deool-
ii'ii' gown.
a famous beauty doctor in
I'liris has a special oourso in developing throal beauty, lie lolls
ihe Booker afler boaul ythal she
iiiii-i steam lho throat several
times in softon it ami then massage n wiih n Bpeolal massage
cream, massaging from the point
of  lho .'hill  Inward  I lie  curve Of
Hie Ihroal.
A   bOnoflOlal   exercise   is   Iii  use
the thr..al us a pivot anil roll lhe
lieu.I friini Bide to side while you
c.iiiul Iw.-nly. llu Ihis every
nighl and morning, ami you will
never be Iroublod with Iboso telltale line- nf approaching ago thai
ovory woman dreads.
By Ihis ii.-nlle exercise you will
strengthen lho muscles sn thai
Ihey will be linn ami full, giving
that beautiful curvo over which
artists ra\e.
lmI fai
lulu or roasl porn,
8 woo I Potatoes, Southern si\ le
Pool nml spiii longlhwlso three
good   sized  bwooI   potatoes  and
boil iiuiii done,    Pul   In   -mall
baking pan, a.1.1 Du -fourths of
a cup nf sui*nr, a heaping lablo-
spiinill'lll nl' bill Iit. OllOUgll boiling waier in cover and bako
I we nly minutes in 1ml oven,
W.
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Architect
Second aven.ie and Third itreet
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
11. Cordon Munro W. Nicholson Luiley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
^^_ ACCOUNTANTS -1-  AUDIIORS
Seise wiih pork lendor-1Law-Butlt. Building     Phone No. 280
I'rince Ruuert P.O. Box 361
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in the city-
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GI.UCK, Sec.
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| FRED. STORK
-General Hardware ���
ALFRED CAItSS, C. V. BBNNBTT, B.A.
of Ilritl.li Columbia of lit:.. Ontario, Su.-
antl Mriiiitril.;! Ileus kali'hewan  anil Al-
Is-i in liar..
CARSS & BENNETT
BARRISTERS,  NOTAIUES, ETC.
Ofticc-Exi-hanire block, corner Thlnl avenue and
Sixth street- I'rince Ituuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ele-trtnl -i..-r re! r--rr- ekilfully treated. Ga. and
local una.tiieljc. adnilnl.teretl for thu palnles. el-
traction of toi-th. CinnulUlion free. Olllce.:
Hclttcreon Block, I'rinco Ituuert. 11-11
AI.-X.M Mrin-  >r n.A..      W.E.Willinm..n.A., L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P.O. BOX 2.1
I'UINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUI'lL Ol* WM. rOXON,  ESQ.. A.H.A.M., I ON., (NO
SWEET POTATOES
Train ing of Hriiish athletes
for Ibe next Olympic gomes al
Blookholm will begin nexi month
when a .'Unbilled team of Oxford
uml Cambridge slurs will meet
the pick >.f ibe performers of the
Amateur Alblelic Association of
England in an elimination meul
Leaving  I'rince  Rupert  Thursdays at' _..������_, .__   ���   �����__  ���,  uu.���.  ���#
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's  arriv-   Thop�� fl,r,e   a J**-**  of  *��������  of
al, December 21at anil 2.sth, arriving j         Cooking This Vegetable.
In Vancouver Saturday morning   De ������J-_^H
cember 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. m., December 26th and January 2nd.
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
Preaent schedule will remain in effect
until above dates.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert I p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
Kin* row boats and launches
telephone ,'I2U green. Davis boat
house.
Skeena Land Dialricl���Dialricl ot Queen Challolte
Take nolice that thiny day. from dato, I, i*. i:
Bainter ol I'rince lluperl, il. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, intend tu apply lo ibe Chiel Com- j
ii.r -ini.r r ol Land, for a licenco lo proepect lor
coal and petroleum on anS under Sill acres o.
land on Ilraliam bland . 1. . r. t - - ��� I aa follow.;
Commencing al a posl planted llvo milus east |
OMOOOOOUOBOOOOOnOOOOOOOBCj
cosl and  pelraloum oo  and undur <>*������  acres ol . of Coal Loaso >No. in..', markod C. \.. ll. N. W
land on Grabam Island described as follows: Curnor No. 2. thunco soulh CO chains, thonco cast
Commencing at a post planted two ji.iI-> ������ north I t.u chsins, thonce north &0 chains, thonco wost
ot C. E. 11. Cosl l-Vei-st- No.  14, marked N.  I. I bU chains lo placu of commencement.
cornvr C. K. H. Coal Leaso No. 17, thonco soulh
ni chains, thenca wost bU cbains, thunco north &u
chaina, thonce oast HO chains lo place of commencement.
Uated Sopt. IL 1911. C. ��. DAINTLK. Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Land District���District of *Quecn Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. ti
Haintor of Prince Kupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to spply to lho Chief Commissioner of Lands for a Licence to proupcct for
coal and petroleum oo and undur bit) acros of
land on Craham Island described as folluws:
Commencing at a post planted two milus north
of C. i.. il. Coal Lease No. 12, murked N. W.
corner C. L. 11. Coal Leaso No. ltt, thenco south
Mj chains, thance oast UU chains, thenco north m>
chains, thonce west HO chains lo plsco of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. K. UAINTLU, Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land Dislrict���District of Quoon ChsrloiU
Take nolico that thirly days after dste, 1, C. I *
Hainter of I'rinco Huport, ll. C, by occupation
bookkoepor, intend to apply to the Chief Com*
mtsnioner of Lands foi a licencu to prospect fm
coal and petruleum on and under t��4U acrus ul
land on Craham Island duicribed as follows:
Commencing at a post pluntod t*o miles north
of C. V.. li. Coal Leaso No. 13, markod S. U-
cornor C. E. 11. Coal Leaso No. IB, UWDM MTlfc
DatedSept. 11,1911.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
C. E. UAINTEH, Ucator
Skeena Ijind District���Dislrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Kujicrt, ii. CL by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence io proipect for
coal and {ictruleum on und under t. iit acres of
laml on Craham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted me miles east
of Coal Lease No. ilTti, marked C. E. ti. S. W.
curner of Coal l>easo No. 3, thence easl _U chains,
Ihenco nurth MJ chaim, thencu west ttU chsina,
Ihence south Ml chuina to placu of commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena I*and Dislrict���District of Queen Charlotta
Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. E.
Hainter uf Trince Hupert, U. C-, by uccupatiun
bookkeeper, inteml lo apply to the Chirt Commissioner of Unds for a liconco to prospect (or
coal and jietruleum on and under ��� w ucres uf
land un Graham Island divrrilicd as followa:
('iimim-ncing at a post planted livu milei cast
of Coul Lease No. 44Tti, markod C. K. U. S. E
corner Coal Lease No, 4, thenco weal *���** chains,
thence north bU chsins, thenco east MJ chains,
thenco south bU chuina to pluco id commencement.
Hated Sept. II. I'M C. E. UAINTEK, Locato
I'ub. Sent. 23
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better than cure.
It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible. Eye
trouble may be avoided by the
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering snd permanent impairment of sight We
are properly equipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
0*
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official  Watch   Intpector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
rii'iNi: 82
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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 Kost and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from thc office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
ft
E5&i9"-a K- ua,ntkr' '-c ss^mm siMrag
I ub. bept. 11. mu.ioner ... I-....I. I". a licence to pr.��|��Hil lo
...    i ..     co.1 and  petroleum on and  under -III acre, ol
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol IJucen C lurlu.l.    J""' ���" ,|r'_|Mm |,Ullll jarthsrl as lollow.:
Take notico that thirly days Irom dute, 1, C. L (*���m���,,.riciiii! M a .mat i.lanle.1 t��o mile, nortii
Balnier ol I'rinco Huport, 11. C, by occupation '��� ,\. �� II tod Leaae No. 21, marked S. E
  '    ' ��� " '���***��' '"J"'I corner o'l  A.  T.  II. Cosl  Loa-o No. IIV, thence
bookkeeper, Inteml to apply to lhe Chi
rnUaioner ol Lands lor a licence lo proape
coal snd petroleum on anil undor (iill ucn*. ol land
on Uraham laland described mi lollow.:
Commonclnj at a po.l planted two milea nortn
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. II, marked h. Vi.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. UU, Ihenco north
80 chains, thenco weet SU chaina, llionco south 8U
chaina, thence oaat bO cliaina to pluco ol commencement. ',. ,
Daled Sept. 11. 1911. C. E. BAINTEH. Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Huron Cliurliille
Tske notico thai thirty days alar dale. I, U. ��.
Ilainler ol I'rinco llupert, 11. C by occiiiiiilinii
bookkeeper, intend lo apply U> Um Chiel loin-
mlselonor ol Unds lor a licence lo proipect lur i
coal and petroleum on nnd under Iill) aerea oi
land on Uraham Island described nn (ollows!
Commencing at a po.t planted two nulei. nortn
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. If), marked S. b-
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. 21, then* norlh
80 ehains, thenco weal 80 ciiains, thenco soulh au
chains, thence easl. 0 chaina to placo ol com
mencement. ...,��,���.. ,   .....
Dated Sept. 11.1911.    C. D, UAINTEH. Local���
Skeens Und Di.trict���Dialricl ol Huron Charlulti*
Tsko notico that thirty days Irom date, I. U. ��
Bsinter ol I'rinco llupert, B. C.,. by.occupiiiiun
west  ou  t���t���i  ��-.-....  ��
cual 80  cliuina.  tlience  luulll  80 cliuina lu place
of commencement
Ilnleil Sept. 1-
I'uli. Sept. 2.1.
A. T. BUODEIIICK, I/K.lor
1911. C. E. Balnter. Agent.
bookkeeper, iniond lo apply lo thu Chiol Co ���
mbwlonor ul Unds lor s licence to MjejJ* "J!
cosl snd potroloum on snd under HO acne oi
..In.i,I on Graham lalnnd descrilied as lul tows.
* Commencing at'a poat plsnlod Iwo milea north
ol C. E. II. Coal Uaao No. 10,-MM N. ��
comer C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. 22, thonce s ul
80 chains, thonce weat 80 chains, thenco north bo
chains, tnenco eaat 80 chains lo placo ol cum
D".nt�� S��t-. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTEH. Ucator
Skeens Und DUtrlcl-Dlalrlcl of Huron CharloUe
Tsko notice that thirty days Iron, dale,1. c-'-���
Balnier ol I'rinco Kupert, J- C , liy J*WfS*
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to lho OI 'KM "
mlmloner ol Unds lor a liconco to J****** r
cool snd petroloum on and under Jff***"
Isnd on Orakam Island doscriliod na WllOWJI
Commencing ot a post planted two nu ea norln
ol fl    I    II   I'oal lease  Nn  17,  marked  N. I* ���
��Sr C. B   U ��Coal L^uio No  23   thenco Bou
80 cbains, thonce west 80 AljM, ��g��0J Mg
80 chains, thonce east 80 chains to pluco ol cum
SSS: 12.191L    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
Pub, Sept. 28.
MmM Land District���District of Queen Chsrlott
Take notice Ihnl Ihirty dayi from date, 1, C, E
Usinter of I'Mi..- Hupert, It. Cm by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf Lm..h for a licence lo protpect for
coal and petroleum on anil under NO nrres of
laml on Graham Island described ����� follows:
Commenrinp at a poi-t planted ut the south we* t
rorner of Coal Lease No. in;-, murki-d ('. B< U
Coal l.i-.t .' No. *2\ tlience north N ctmlns, thence
west 80 chains, thenci wxith 80 chainn, thenco
east 80 chains tu point ol Commencement covering
all foreahoro Tlahn Nlnt.
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C.  E.  UAINTEH
I'ub. Oct 7.
Skeona Lund District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice thut thirty di.y-i frum date, 1, A, T
Hroderick of Trince Hupert, ll. (*., by occupation
bunk manuger, Inlend to apply to lho Chief Com*
���  s_  .,..,��,.������t   far
bunk manug.
missioner uf
Lsmls for a licence to J��r*P__l '*
__. ���u.roloum on and  under
luml on Graham Island dwcrilwl M
ZrZl P.t=;o^d^^(��{^��res of
und on tirnii.im isiano hmh-m ..- .-
Commencing at a post plantt>tl two milus north
if C. E. H. Coal Leaao No. 17, market] 8. W.
corner A. T. H. Coal Leaso No. 'ii*, Ihenco north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thencu south 80
chains, thenco wost 80 chains lo placo of commencement.
A. T. UltODKIlirK, I.oralor
Dated Sopt. 12,1911, C. E. Hainter, Agont
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District-District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from dale, I, A. T.
Hroderick of I'rinco Hupert, II. C��� by occupation
 '-und to apply to tho Chiof Com-
bank manager, Intel
missioner of Lands for
1', ..   .--...
���   __ lirencn to prospect for
eonl and petroleum on and untler (>I0 cat**** of
land on Graham Inland described as folluws;
CumrnenciiiK al a post plnated two tnil< *. north
of C. E. II. Coal l-ease No. 20, marked <% E
cornor A. T. II. t'oal I-caso No. 2fi, thsnee nortt
80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, thonce south
80 chains, Ihence east 80 chains to placo of commencement, II^^H
DatedSept. 12,1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
A. T. UR����|fiMn,.nt
SMITH  & MALLETT
TIIIIID AVE.
I'lumhing, ll. eiimi'. Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
OlHrei.tnl Ave.
I'hone 174
Work.hnp
2nd A ve. bet. "th snd 8th St.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel i. run on  the European
rrlan.   Flr.t-.-las. service.   All the Latest Modern
mprovemenl.. ���:���:��� BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
B.C. Coaat service ��� Famous  Prucess
Line
Princess   Mary
Saturday, December 2nd, at 9 sm
For Victoria, Vancouver snd Sesttte
J. fi. McNab - General Agenl
Cooked wiib Un' un'nl or .-..���pur-
ni.'l.v lh.' sweet potato is u particularly - I Ihiii);. .iiiii.' uu.'X-
.'I'lli'il in Hi., mind <>r ii large
number of pooplo.
"Tho Southern way'' in all iis
numerous variations, sometimos
particularized as Tennessee or
Georgia, or other sweol potatoes
l.y stale, is always a good wuy.
Candied Bwcel Potatoes���Parboil potatoes until Ihey begin lo
soften, th.-ii dip in cold water ami
rub nil' lb.' skins,    sii.-i- in one
mrli pl - an.l lay in buttered
baking dish a layer of potatoes,
ami sprinkle thickly with light
i.rowu sugar an.l dois or butler.
Ropeal until dish Is full, l'our
in on.'-liiiir i-up of boiling waler
and bake in boi oven one-half
hour.
Ci lo   BwooI    Potatoes���Boll
sweol potatoes in Jaokels until
done. Then peel an.l slice thick
inl.. a baking .lish. Season with
pepper, salt, butler, brown sugar
ami a dusting of cinnamon, I'ul
a cup of hoi water ..vr Ihem and,
brown slowlj in lho oven,
BwooI Potato Croquettes���
Hash sufllcienl hot boiled sweet
polalo.'s In milk.' on.' pint. Heat
inio lh.' maslu'.l potato sail, popper, one loaspoonful of onion
Juico ami om' lablospoohful or
butter. When partly cool mold
min any desired shape, .lip inio
boalon ckk- roll In line dry
crumbs, and fry golden brown in
!
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GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE   agency
collections and reports
Fire, Lite and Accident In.urance.
61S 3rd Avenue Phone 2u*l and Green 2S2
PRINCE RUPERT
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vancouver or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets anil all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.     Head of Centre St.    Phone US
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADULERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Hotel Central SsSs&i
European ** I American plan, steam
heated, modern convenience!. Hat***
$1.00 Ui-12.00 |ier day. :
Pater Black
Proprietor
o...........	
��� KING  GEORGE   HOTEL
:-=R   EBY    <&   Co.:_-==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lan-I For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - P. C,
Chimney Sweeping and Foraice Cleiaisf
Prepare for winter by gettiW your fnr-
.  iiiii-i*.- and lines put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Priciiol Ckimnri S<mp Ad.iru. tssi HUrl. er
Phone 71
���:    81-OTI.K.HHI.Y   CI.HAN   KUOMH    !- *
��� .
* Kr optwd Under   Nr.   MaoairsHi.! .
Rila .'15c per Nnikl  ind   Upwwdi *
.    MRS. C. McKNICHT Proprietor     ���
6 ��������� ���.. .o
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Err
CHARGES REASONAIII
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE SCHOOL AS A SOCIAL AND ART CENTRE
t
balmer
E
.   3M.
r
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in mini, block.
Two cottaget con.er Second Avenue ond
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
I .nl" In ull parti ol the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
Wo represent some ol tho largest Companies doing business in the City.
c. d.Tand
Second Ave. Phone 112
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ANli EMIIALMERS
Funt-rai   Director.
3rd Avp  near 'ith St. I'hone No. *Xi
PHONI* .I'll r.o. SOX 004
PONY EXPRESS
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Kor
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Kii*'i"��r��. Ilonn nnd   K'irwanlinK Affenta,
Hitl* or Motor Car day ur nu- M
Se.enth Avp. and Fulton
Phone 301
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngman'8 Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
PhOtie 178 lut Av..   and "th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Littles NEWS Agency
Magazines .*.* Periodicals
I CIC.ARS
Some picture! in the Richmond High School salon
AN IDEA FOR RUPERT
Why Not Use Our FineSchoolhouse
to Help to Inculcate Art
A 8U|rprestion that may be well
worth while for Prince Rupert
has been successfully tried in
Richmond, Indianna, which has
developed a unique variation of
the social center idea,  and as a
result now boaBts thc first school
social center art gallery in America.
Every year $1000 is appropriated by thc city for buying pictures j
to hang in the corridors of the
Richmond high school building.
Every year a regular salon is
held there���famous artists from
all over the country sending their
work.
:  TOBACCOS  :
G.T.P. WHARF
Newspaper*
::   FRUITS
..Whites Portland Cement.
The whole  town goes to see
the pictures, and there's a sortj
of popular referendum as to what |
picture or pictures shall be pur- Pbone 125
chased. | .i.
Last year they spent the
whole appropriation on a single
picture.
0. C. EMMERSON
AOENT
Naden Block       Secud An
rRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Advertise in
The Daily News -
THE DAILY NEWS
WILL MAKE CORRECTION
Messrs. Rogers and  Black Were
Mistaken About Aid. Clayton.
Al tho outset of the coal Investigation last night Alderman
Clayton demanded from Messrs.
Rogers and Blaok the name of the
alderman mentioned in their letter to lhe Council as having "for
reasons of his own instructed
Mr. Alliston in measure the coal."
Afler n moment's demur Mr.
Rogers named Aid. Clayton. Mr.
Alliston wits sworn, and denied
Iluii Aid. Clayton had ever in.slru-
iTti'il linn in measure the coal,
after whioh Mr. Rogers agreed to
withdraw all referenoe to the alderman in question by letter to
be published.
VISITING  HER PARENTS
Mrs. Duncan McTavish, nee Miss
E. L. Craig, In Town Today.
Mrs. Dunoan MoTavish, nee
Miss Emllio I.vie Craig, is paying her llrsl visil to Prlnpe Ruperl since tier marriage, Mrs.
MoTavish arrived this morning
by tin- Prinoe Rupert, and la slaying with her parents, Mr. ami
Mrs. Morte ll. Craig.
PRICESS  ALICE COMING
Sistership   of   Princess  Adelaide
Has Passed Callao on Passage.
Vancouver, Dao. 6. ��� News,
reached here that the Prinoess
Alice baa lefi Callao on her
northbound passage. She has
made a very fast run from England and will com.' straight to
Vancouver, -
GEORGE  GRAHAM
Ex-Mlnlster of Railways Is to Go
as Member for South Renfrew.
Renfrew, Dee. 6,���Hon. George
Graham, the ex-Minister of Hallways, is to he given a seat for
Soulh Renfrew by acclamation.
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, Q, S. Quadra; Services to be
held in the respeotive lodge
rooms ill 1 o'clock p, in. Friday,
Deoember    8th.     Friends    will
please   meet   at   lliiyiii'i'.s   undertaking  parlors.
J. C.lllllSTIA.VSl'.N,
See.   Talmpean   Lodge,
No,   58,  A.  F,  &  A.  M.
UEO. T. STEWART,
See.   Skeena  Lodge,   No.
*6. K. of P.
Bl
TALKED TO HAWAII
Estevan    Wireless   Station    Had
Communication at 2,600 Miles.
rii.' governmeni wireless station al  Estevan, which has high
power equipment, suot il.-.l last
\\ ednosday In talking to the wireless station at Honolulu. The
distance is -.'.".no miles an.l is the
b.'st yet.
Admiral Schley's Own Story
A man died the other dav, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval hero popular because championed by the people, though officially
denied the full fruits of his long and
brilliant service. This man wns Admiral Schley, hero of Santiago, one of
the great sea lighters of history.
Shortly before hia death Admiral
Schley completed for Cosmopolitan a
series of articles giving his personal
recollections of hia forty-five years in
in the navy, Hc waa not anxious to do
thia for there was at least one old
sore that an autobiography must re
open. But we urged upon him the
fact that nearly four million readers
would see each instalment of his story,
���nd moat of these readers b.-lievetl,
with Admiral Dewey, that the men who
stood on thc deck of the Brooklyn that
July Sunday in '98 was entitled to the
glory of that great victory. So he
consented. Not in the cut and dried
way. but unlocking his secret soul as
he had never done before. The first
installment of the autobiography, the
life story of a man worth while in the
nation's history, appears in the Christ-
man number, Subscription to Cosmopolitan will be accepted until December
10th at the special low rate to Canada
of $1.50. Cosmopolitan Agency, Box
851 Winnipeg.
Cosmopolitan and Diet-tens
CHARLE8-3 DIGKBNS is still a
"beal seller." Publishers don't
argue pro and con over his books
���they just order a new oarload
of paper, oil the presses, and let
Ihem speed on. And it has been
over forty years since, one morn
ing when the yard was filled with
soarlel geraniums and the breath
of syringa was heavy in lhe air,
lho great author followed little
Nell, Now thai Ihe centenary of
his birth (February 7th), 181*),
approaches and everybody is
thinking of Diokens.    We have
secured    several    ai'lieles which
will  tell  many things about  him
thai have hitherto been unknown,
in the January Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Diokns, will
lell you some of his own personal
recollections of the great novelist.   Later, probably in February
Mary Angola Dickens, ins granddaughter, will give au intimate
view of Dickens as she remembers linn.   In fa.-i. in these and
Olher arliels    on  Dickens which
will follow���fully   illustrated, of
been   publish.I  of  thee  human���
course���we shall aim lo give you
a more vivid picture than has yet
the home���side of the greal master, written by those who knew
him  best.    Read    the articles���
they will surely arouse a new interest  in  the "besl  beloved" author in your library.    Bubsorip-
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL
i .*.... iM
*-"*-*-*-~*���*B
lions In Cosmopolitan will be accepted until Dee. tilth, at the special low rule to Canada nf 11.50,
Cosmopolitan Agency, liox nr>i,
Winnipeg,
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fia.-T and 5th.        Choice Wine, ami Clirara
RUPERT'S   PALACE   OF   COMFORT
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plata tilass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal" Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
I'.S.
COMPANY.
-Hi)U.i>. an.) ItentAla.
LOOKING
fc
<ana*x��*aam*a%
OVER���
******* ***** II m 11 <****, ***ta*l
*********** *a**aaa***Mata**i \ I
For Rent
For Rent���Nice clean, warm cumfurli.lile room..
Bate. 35c and up.   King Geurue Hotel,        tf
For Rent-Two roomed cabin. oloM to McBride.
frcahly papered and clean, ienlyfli.pern.on.il.
H F. McRae a Co. t-f
Insurance
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OUR Companle. are noted fur prompt and juat
aettlementa. We write even known ela.. of
Inaurance. The Mack Really ami Inaurance Co.
-p******a.-**'ia n*��je
Wanted
i <a**M***W**m***> \*f
Wanted to irnt or luie by lirat of January, 5 or
6 room modern houae. clone in. State termi to
Box 80.
AP,
ply
Apply
If
I Learn to Dance
I .	
(     KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wo  refund   your  money   if  we do  not
teach you to dnnce fur the   price
of une   ti. l.i*i.
Wednesdays   and   Saturdays
in Soni of Kin-lai.il  Hall: at 8 p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY INVITED
Young lady to citric   In  Newa Stand.
Canada Ity. News Ca. on wharf.
Maternity nurse open  for entrapment.
Box 2169 Nawa.
Wanted. ��� Drasamaklnff. cleaning and pressing-repairing for men and wumen Mrs Charles
Perchtr. 820 Third Ave.   Phone 2W Red.     tf
We have permanent positions for one or more
lady representatives In each city and township
In Western Canada. We ean offer very attractive terms to those who qualify and are willing
to d evote four to six hours dally to our work.
Clergymen, school teachers and those having
large personal acquaintance who can devote
spare time will be amply repaid for their aer*
vices. Address. Immediately, Box 861. Winnipeg.
Lost and Found
i__
FOUND-2 Small Keys.   Inoulra at Newa oil..-.-
225-if
| Real Estate I
*g*m,  li -.   li Hi   n .ml ., ,,  �� i, .,,, % ,, ^,e B ,, ^,, > e^
Ut for Sale In Section 5, Block 32. Lot 15, Tth I
Ave.   Apply Hike Ruilch. Box Mi City.      tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
LINDSAY'S c_!KK_ri
C. T. P. Tran.fer Agenta
Order, promptly Mini.   Pricea reaaonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Ii.nhi-.ii-r. Centre Su    Phone i>
WE BUY EVERYTHING
C Stenographer
���*i��ii'^ii*-fcii��n��ii ���%ss*a_sss>aSP--%i
Kastern stenographer of wide experience wants
poaitlon. Addrew "Stenographer." -MB -' r
dova St.. Vancouver, B.C. if
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For Sale
1
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, For Sale���Wardrobe trunk In llrsl claaa rend It Km.
*    Apply Room 25. 631 8th Ave. West.       TfO-tTt
li, M. English and D. M. Moore
arrived this morning by tho
Prince Rupert.
Choicest
Savoy.
Ii(|iinrn  nn.I cigars-
Jewelry
-:The Gift of Gifts:-
Becauae Jewelry ia liked by everyone
We would like to suggest that
our Btock furnishes innumerable suggestions. ALL your
gift wants might easily be
supplied from it���with profit
to you ���and satisfaction to
thus.- you wish to remember.
Our Cut Glass stock was never
more pleasing. We carry
nothing but the very best���
I.ibbey s best products are
here.���Be sure you call early.
w
rk's
.THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS...
2 Lots, block 211. M-ction 1, price $5,000
1-4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 months
at 7 per cent.
i Lots, block 7, seetion 1. prii-e $2500
each, 1-4 cash, balunce 1, 2, and 3
years at 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 28, seetion 6. price $525,
$225 cash, bai. $50 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
2 Lots, block 22. section 7, with 4-room
house, price $1837, $600 cash, balance
$30 month.
Double Corner,  block   4,   section  8,
Price $800,  1-4 cash,   balance 6, 12
and 18 months at 7 per cent.
LoU in block 11, section 8, price $300,
$25 cash, balance $10 month.
Lots in block 10, section 8, price $275
each, $25 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 yenr lease corner Second  Ave.   and
Sixth Street
99 year lease corner Thirtl Avenue and
t niton Street.   8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government  Dock $6 and
[round  rent to G. T. P.  Stores on
iecond Ave.
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
thc selling l.y auction of Lota
in Section 2. If you with to
(let a lot tend ua your instructions to buy, together with thc
caah for the amount you ear*
to put in.
Terms of Sale-One quarter
caah and balance in 1, 2 and 3
years at 6 per cent.
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, I'upper. Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
NOTICE
THE
continewtaT trust co
KJRt
fi.
LIMITED
We have li.t|���gl of proper|y fa   ^
P��r,,of'heclty.t.u.-,_,',,���prjte.
�����d  ea.y  ,erm..     ,f you  .^
buying property ,ee u..
Safe Depo.it Bone. $5.00 per y,...r
Storage For Silver
Fire In.ur.nce       Board Comp.nie,
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
limited
Second Avenue p.
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Spot the "Ssalshipticaie'
���in���
Frizzell's
MEAT MARKET
Honest Oysters For Our Customers |
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-APPETISING AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES, ASK FOR ��� gt
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages |
8
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And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twain's Oyster Story," containing delicious   recipes.
We .ell "Se.l.hipl" Oy.ter
Freih From the Sea.  .  .
THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens snd Green Vegetables
���THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
FRIZZELL'S   -   -   Itle
TO : RESIDENTS
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
We invite your listings.     Wo adverse in many pnpers and in many ways
we have offices  in  other  citiea���our
equipment should intercit you.
i Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Second Ave.
.imlted.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Water Notice
I. Alfred I'hri..ian I'.rele of Prine* Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, elve notice lhal on Uie
.--ih .ln> ..( Ivrrn i... i3|t. I Inlend ts apply to
the Water Crniml-aioner at hi. ofT.c* In Prince
Itupert for a lleenee to uke end um two cubic
feet of water per aecond frnmanunnamed .treem
In Ihe Di.trict of i' ��.i Ranee S. Skeena Dl.i.lon.
l-�� mile eaal of the Tyee Button. O.T-P. Rr.
The water I. to I- uken from the atf-earn about
one half mile above ll. outlet, and 1, ... bf uee.1
fnrdereloplnt power for a query ettuated at the
outlet of aaid creek, alone the Railway Ataxia.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. Hth. llll. ,|..-
H.I.C
IN SECTIONS 5. 6, 7, AND 8 =
G.T.P. Townsite st  South Hazelton =
Auction Sale at Vancouver Dec. 14. 'II ��=
A public meeting will be held;
on FRIDAY, the 8th inst,
in the Presbyterian Church!
Hall, on Fourth Avenue, at
8 p. m.
Mayor Manion and Col. Davis will address the meeting
on thc plana for new sewer
for Hay's Creek, the . -inl.
liahment of a fund to provide
for the building of plank
roads in thc outlying sections;
as to the purity of Morse
Creek water for household
uae.
I.\Hli:s BPEGIALL. INY.TI.I>.
Free
We ofTer TO BID FREE OF CHARGE 3
at thc sale for anyone who wish tn boy. =
This is your opportunity to be on the zs
same footing as the Vancover people In �����
buying Hazelton lots _=
���FOR INFORMATION   SEE- =
Th. COLLART   -   Sole Agenl ��
Natural Keaourrm Security Co., Ltil.
! 5 6th St.
Pimm    ���:   ���
Prince Rupert Properly Owners Assoc'n.
E. Flexman, Secretary
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
MJEMORAMDUM
NTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We    Loaned
Money
at
for
Your Home!
$mr]mztzt*��&&^}^^m&i?m&&'
THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
.*;���/
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
"1-roxn AirH.'B
ram-nc airnai
Tenders Wanted
It gi vesyou al[ thenews t.f your own city and diatrict aa well aa the principal happenings
in all parta of tho world. The newa ia well editedr ita newa columns are clean and wholesome. It jj a paper you need in your home. The advertising columna of the News briny
you in touch with opportt^^ajojjrgttmg the full value for your money. :      ;      :      :
Per Cent, to
Build This
Houae
Per Cent, to
Build Thia
House
Reeled lender, will be receleed by Ihe under- ! ���<
aimed up till 6 p.m.. December 14th. IIII. for Ihe   S
excavation for water pipe ae .hown on plan and ' '*
prollle which U-itetrier with full Info���nation and I
form of tender can be obulned from the cily en-
mneer.   The lowe.t or any tender not neceeearily
- accepted.
W. M   DAVIS, E. A. WOODS.
'1* City Enrineer City Clerk
Let us loan you the niDtisy to buy or ;l>uild a houss or pay off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Tenders Wanted
Tenden will be received by the undersigned un to Dec. IS, 19)1. for 60
tons nf coal (mine run). Delivered fn
5 ton lots aa required.
The lowest or any tender nol necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
ADVERTISE   IN THE
NEWS
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forma
Commercial Cards
In   Commercial Printing
we have l large Modi of
��v
We handle Blank Ledger
Form,   for   Loose
L*��f  Sy.lem
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
For society printing, wp ensure correctness of atyle and taste in Visiting Cards, Wedding
lnvitetionsand Dance Programmes. For^jyjdnd of printing from the humble "dodger"
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the  "News Job "      :      :      : :
Daily News Building
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