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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
Dec. 12
UAX.TKMF.    IIIN.TI.MI>.    BAR.       IN. RAIN
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The Daily Ne
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT
MAILS
Fob
SOUTH
I'rinc.
Rupert. .
Friday 8 a
m.
VOL. II,  NO. 284
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
Price Five Cents
CITY ENGINEER DOES NOT THINK
CONTRACTORS SHOULD BE PENALISED
Col. Davis Says He Haa Seldom, if Ever,  Seen Clauses of Thia Kind Enforced-
Striking Admission Made During Evidence in the Contractors'
Suit for Damages Again t the City
"I do not think the contractors
should be charged the penalty.
I have seldom, if ever, In my experience seen olauses of this kind
enforced."
lu ilu- Watson vs. cily oase
yesterday afternoon these words
of Hie c.iiy Engineer wore eagerly
board l.y llic audienoo���prinoi-
pallly contractors, their assistants nn.l others Inlorosled in the
engineering aspeol <>f the oase.
Olty  Engineer's Evidence.
'I'ltt' cily Engineer's evidence in
chief i l.mi 11 with instructions
given Uie contractors nn.l authoritative oomment on evidence of
his assistants regarding llic
manner of dumping, etc.
II.. referred to Ihu preparation
of lhe Ilnnl esliinnte for Witts.m,
slating Ihnl he had nske.l thocoii-
Lraolor lo submit n note of his
extras before thla estimate was
prepared.
Judge Makes Comment.
Judge r.lemetils bore l-eiiini'ki-il:
"It does mil seem to mc fair to
ibe contractors for you to ask
for Iheir extras before submitting
your prepared Ilnnl estimate. It
would seem to me belter practice
for you lo prepare llrsl your pro-
posed ilnnl estimate ami Ihen to
submit   it   io   Un-   contractors.
There might be so many doors
clt.t��'.I in law to llie contraclors
after your ilnnl estimate wns
pnssed iiii.I.'I- the olher plan. I
know Ibis is Ibe course pursued
by ai-cbilei'ls as n rule."
Advantage to Contractor.
"Tho building ..r retaining
wnlls," said ibe cily Engineer
later, "wns nu udvnnlagc lo thc
coulraclors because il. provided
n large dump close to liis cut."
The City Engineer had no
recollection of having ever discussed Ibe t|ueslitin of delay over
reliiining wnlls wiih lhc eon-
Irai'liii', but before closing his
evidence in chief desired to sny
Hint il lind lieen brought out
clearly in evidence Ihnl a corliiin
it-tick Innl I it Iniil ami taken up
lo suil lho cily on s ml avenue,
ami he desired I.. Include lhe eust.
.<r .li>iug ibis work in liis estimate
of allowance i��. contractor.
OIL BORERS HAVE STRUCK
OIL GAS AND BLACK SHALE
BORING IS ONLY DOWN FOR a   DISTANCE  OF  SIX   HUNDRED
FEET, BUT THE INDICATIONS POINT TO THE LOCATION OF OIL IN LARGE QUANTITIES.
'llie problem nf Boleollng small
Xmas girts for Bending by mail
is easily solved al Wark's. Itc-
membor, your last opportunity
fm- mailing gifts home i.s Thursday, tr
MEN IN INE
ARE ALL DEAD
Later Despatches from Tennessee Says that Dead Bodies are
Being Brought Out of the
E.urnlng  Coal  Mine.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Knoxvillo, Deo. 12���Eighteen
bodies well' recovered in the mine
explosion up to 1100,11 loday and
llttlo hope is lefi I'm1 Un- remaining hundred and ll ft > nun. The
rescue experts working Iwo miles
away In lho shafts, say lho placo
is like a volcano. Scores of families Will l.e lefi (leslil.ile B8 a result of ibe explosion. The majority of Hi.' men only avoragod
|35 11 nn mill wages.
BY-LAW TO CREATE THREE WARDS
IS GIVEN A SIX MONTHS' HOIST
After Re-consideration, Aid. Clayton Who Had Supported the By-law  Comes Out
and Opposes It���Says He "Is Getting Tired of the Yoke"���Alderman
Newton's Return Sealed the By-Law's Doom
l.a.i nighl the much discussedI Morrissey,  Douglas ami Clayton
Wartl Bylaw, which proposed lol supported  Aid.  Morrlssoy's  mo-
divide Ibe cily Into Ibree wards
instead of lho present Iwo, wont
down in defeat in oounoil, Tho
return lo lho board of Aid. Now-
li'ii.   ami   Ibe   UllOXpCClcd   sniiier-
lioll   I.,   glvo   tlie   men.lire   a   six
month's  hoist.
1 im* ami all Ibe bylaw supporters, rrom Un' mayor lo Aid. llil-
ililell  profOBSOd  tbeir ili-.illl.Tesl
(Special Qorrospondonoo
Massol, Dec. II���The oil borers at work on lhe west const of
(iridium Island, have succeeded
in passing through lhe limestone
rapping and have si ruck oil gas
hihI black shale, the best indicu-
limi of reaching lho crude oil.
Tlie working   onglnoor   of   the
plant lias left for I'rince Itupert
ou the I'rince John, nnd will proceed I.. Vancouver, to Interview
Ibe ollleers of III .mpiiiiy. and
to make arrangements  for Ibe
shipment of another quantity of
piping.
All of Ibe experts who linve
visited lb'- wesl const nlllrmed
Ihnl oil would lie struck nl 1200
feel, and the company operating
ii prepared to go down that distance, should il bee.un.* necessary. Tlie bore is now down 000
feel and Hie operators is tnkinx
nut samples of the oil soaked
black shale found al  Hint depth.
Free   doll   nl   Wnrd's   Candy
Shop.    W niili the window.    If
CONTRACTOR DID
ALL HE COULD
Important Statement by Ool.
Davis to Mr. Justice dements
This Morning.
Tbe   following   brier  dialogue
 k place between  Mr. Jualloo
Clements ami ilu- Cll> Engineer
ni ilu- olose or Hie tatter's oross-
cxamlnalion loday:
.Imlne: "You sai.l. Col. Davis,
ihat if ibe contractors proceeded
wiih .reasonable   despatch   the
penally clause ought ""I I" ���*���'
enforced. Is il your opinion lhat
Wnlson in Ibis cu".' -bowed reasonable ilespulch'.'"
Tbe City Engln ���:   "I should
���ay certainly 1 Id.   ������'��� i"1' on
night Shift, etc., ami ns mnny
1 1 as be could."
-,.,,,, judge- "Then your opinion js ibnl the lime, limii was too
sliorl'.'"
The City Kngincer: "Yes, that
js ti 1 v opinion."
RUPERT'S BEST DANCERS.
Constant praotloe is neoessary
f���r perfoollon in danolng.   Don
tiepenti mi oooaslonal special bu
drop in and meet your Mondial
"ho Maclntyre "all on Thursday
��onlngi from -��::*�� [�� -"""".���;'.
,,,,.,, br|ghl mile dances hem
',,,.,, over, Thursday lo music
ly Gray's orchestra are growing
,0 popular thai  ym. are sun- to
, oli of acquaintances there
Ind many a favorite partner for
witli z or two-step.
Personal.
MlsJC.1 kbarl will go sou h
foro holiday by the next G. 1. '���
boat.
MAY LEAD TO
BAD TROUBLE
Frenoh Leader Kills German
Soldier In Alsace-Lorraine, after Political Quarrel���Troops
are Sent There.
(Canadian   I'.--*-  l'.-i li 1
Meiz. Deo. I-*.���A Frenoh leader after a political <|iiarrcl with
a Herman soldier on Ihe street
shot ami killed him. As a result,
be ami six companions, all of the
Frenoh parly In Alsace-Lorraine,
were  arrested,     Keeling  is   high
againsl lhe Germans. Tho troops
doolare Ihey will sternly repress
any disorders.
OWEN SOUND IS
FIRE-STRICKEN
Two Big Elevators Were Com-
pletel yDestroyed, With Million
Bushels of Grain ��� Loss Exceeds f1,0OO,OOO.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Owen   Sound,   Iler.   12.���This
Oily was visited by the worst lire
in   iis   history   last   night,   when
ibe entire elevator plant, Including Iwo elevalors and   1,000,000
bushels of grain belonging lo the
Q, p. ii.. was destroyed. The
���learners Athabasca and Keewalln
were damaged also, as wow a
number or buibimg-* in lha vicinity    The loss exceeds 11,000,000.
Scull, PrOud & ��'.". have n big
range ��f men's working boots,
any style ym want, from 14 up���
leli  besl   Ihnl  nre made  for the
money.
If
TO ESTABLISH^BIG FISH PLANT
B. C. Fisheries Ltd. Has Been Floated With Capital of $1,500,000
to Exploit the Fisheries of Northern B. C.
PLANTS AT PORCHER 1SLAND"AND SKIDEGATE
Sir George Doughty of Grimsby Fulfils His Promise Made Two Years Ago  to  Establish a Big Fishing Company���Two Big Steam Trawlers to Come Out
at Once   Will Have a Fleet of Twenty or More Vessels
Victoria,  Dec. 12.���A  new concern, to be  known as the B.  C.   Fisheries,   Limited,   has   been
floated, with  Sir George Doughty of the Great Grimsby herring Industry at the head.   .The capital is $1,600,000.
Two steam trawlers, the first of a largo Meet, which will include twenty or more, are to be
brought out at once and two large plants, to cost $250,000, will be erected, one on Porcher Island
and the other at 8kldegate Inlet. Arrangements have been made with the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway to provide trackage at Princo Rupert.
The new fishing enterprise Is the result of a visit paid to Northern B. C. two years ago by
Sir George Doughty, when, at the Instance of Earl Grey, he investigated the fisheries of the
province.
-null performed by Al.l. Clayton ed motives in supporting lho by-
upM'i tbe appluourl. Tin* mayor, law. H wa. onlj in comply with
Aid. Kirkpnli'lck, and Al.l. llil- ibe Municipal Clauses a.-i thai
ditch snpp.irii'il Un- iitiisi.ler- I thoy bail dealt with il at all. Tbey
alum nf ibe bylaw; Aid, Nowlon, didn't wont Hie ward system any-
_____________________________ I way.
am. Clayton staled that bis
grounds uf objcollon were several, ibe principal boing lhal lhe
hotels would all be in one ward
under ibe now plan, lhal Hie sys-
1 .-iii     proposed   would     give     lot.
much control in ibe electors living down iiiwu. bui most of all
because ba was Boiling lirod of
tin* yoke under whioh be declared many citizens   wllh    himself
groaned���lhal <>f having I -
still some powerful    ami    Bolocl
few  before  I bet   i Ill  even  ell'ecl
a iii-e Insuranoo, Aid. Clayton
rather haltingly, but .till wiih
evident determination,    deolared
thai he was aboul lo liberate
himself from Hie Ihraldo'm uml
it  was lime Ihey all did.
Alii. Newton pointed .mi that
tbe triple ward system was not
ib*.in-.I by tb.- people from the
days >.f ibe drafting uf Ibe olly's
charter.   He thought a plebesoile
should  have  1 n  taken  at  the
lime tbe Uay's i'.i k sewer bylaw wn. voted un, ami now Hint
il should In- taken at the municipal election.
Tb.- mayor wont int.. n lengthy
statement In whioh be staled that
be  wa-   aware   Ibat   lhe  eitizens
had tint <ie.iie.i tin- ward system
at the lime the charier was drafted, bui the legislature demanded
it I., render ibe system of municipal governmeni in lhe province
againsl ihe ward system.
Lcavo  orders   now   for   Xmas
Dowers.   Wark's. tf
ALD. MORRISSEY HAS PLAN TO
RAISE $1,300 FOR HOSPITAL
SAYS  THAT  HE  WILL  GIVE  ONt-FOU..; .1  Cr   HIS  CIVIC  INDEMNITY ON CONDITION  THE  MAYOR  AND  OTHER
ALDERMEN GIVE ONE-FOURTH OF THEIR8.
Claiming lhat his time of absence from lhe cily mi leave hns
I it logs limn ibnl Consumed by
tin- Mayor mi political trips, ami
allowance, providing Mayor Manson ami ever) alderman will donate one-fourth of iheir Indemnity nil..win    for n joint   fund
in   present   in   (lie   hospital   ou
by s.iine of Ins brother aldermen   Saturday   evening,   next,   before
by absonoos from ibe city. Alder-1 Xmas."
man Morrissey, folluwing Aider-]
man Kirkpalrick's amendment i<>
make deductions from aldermen
Alderman    Morrissey    cnlcu-
lalea that by .these means a sub-
i,��� i- abaci s. niak.-s Hie follow- slantlal   Christmas   present   of
ing proposition: 11,300 can be presented to the
"I will donate lo the Prince llu- funds of ihe General Hospital.
perl Qonoral Hospital as au Xmas  ,	
will  one-fourth of mj   lndeminl>       H.-i room in town til lhe Savoy.
COL. DAVIS TO    MORE POPULAR
VISIT SEATTLE1      BYLAW THIS
City Engineer Plans a Visit to
Consult Consulting Engineer
Thompson, Who Cannot Come
to Prince Rupert.
For changing this kind of scenery into streets the contractors now ask payment
MORRISSEY'S MR. LUCAS
Suspicion That Young Engineer Is
Superseded Arouses Alderman.
strong objection wns raised In
Counoll lasi night by Alderman
Morrissey It. a rectiinmeiiilaliun
by Ool, Davis thai Mr. Mason, the
engineer reeeiilly appoinle.1 lo lhe
Oily slalT, would be employed ns
assistant engineer on ihe waterworks nt a salary of 2226 per
month.   Alderman Morrlssoj saw
iu Ibis a slight on' Mr. Lucas,
whose cause  for a  raise  to |200
per iii.mill Alderman Morrlssoj
had previously ehanipimn''l. Ho
argued lhal by appointing a man
ai ISO mure lhe Oounoil actually
���Upersedod Mr. Lucas. This
view was not Inken by lhe other
Councillors, except Alderman
Douglas, ami the mollod 10 appoint. Mr. Miismi was carried.
Fresh oul (lower! Wednesday,
Wark's.
If
LIBERALS GAIN
IN ONTARIO
They Captured Eleven Seats to the
Conservative Six ��� Sir J. P.
Whitney's Majority In the Legislature Reduced.
(Canadian Press Despaloh.)
Toronto, I  12-���Full returns
of ihe Ontario Provincial oloo-
tiuiis Kite Conservatives h;i seals,
Liberals 22 and Lnhoriles I,    The
Liberals nam eleven lo ibe Conservatives six.   All ibe ministers
were   re-eleeled,   lllill    Ml'.    N.    W.
Howell, Ibe new Liberal loader,
bail a majority of 500 in North
Oxford.
Christmas Oandy.
Kee ley's especial shipment for
Ibis year cannot be surpassed. If
STEAMER DISABLED
The Weir Liner Kumerlc Has to
Return to Port for Repairs.
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
Vlotorlo, Deo. 12, WlrelObS
reports frum (be sieatner Ku-
iii���-1-ii- stale Hint lho Weir liner
i*. reluming lo porl for repairs,
art.'i' luitiuu disabled her steam
slooring goar during a hoavy gale
linn   miles   iiiii    while   hound   It.
Hongkong,
Cil) Engineer Innis has nske.l
for permission to visit s.-ntlle in
ftiiiiH'cinm with  ibe completion
of Hie plans ami specillcal iulis of
ih.- walor plpo line between
Shawatlans Lake ami lho olty, as
Engineer Thompson of Boatllo,
alter being wired lo como here
in fiililliiii.'iit of the terms of his
appointment as consulting on-
pit r.  lias wired  Ihnl   he cannot
(lx ii dale lur a visit. Leave was
granted, city lo pfty expenses.
Gentlemen,
Time tun nut "thai Chrsllmas
jplrll I" Tin- Womon fulks are
wondering whol you are going lo
glvo Ihem ami you are in a qtinn-
ihy, imi knowing whal lo seloot.
Bring your trouble lo us. We've
hundreds  of  things   ihm   make
suitable  gifts   I'm'   ladies,   so  can
easiiv golvo lho problem for you.
Wallaces. If
Tom anil Jerry at lho Savoy.
SAYS DARROW
KNEW OF BRIBE
Juror Lockwood Says the Lawyer
Was Present When a Bribe
Was Offered to Him to Hang Up
the  McNamara Trial.
Canadian i'ress Despatoh.)
I.os Angeles, Dec, 11. Clarence Darrow's natfle was brought
inio the bribery trial hero lodaj
when Juror Lookwood doscribod
Darrow a> the second man al lho
conference whon a bribe wns of-
ii'ieii bun.    Fredericks deolared
he would nut  lake any nollOO, as
ii   was  evidently  only  hearsay,
ami ibe proseoulion was working
mi   fuels.
A Lengthy Advantage.
Tlie Imig wenriug shoo for llie
lung headed, man is lho Walk-
Over. Gall ami see Seiill, Froud
���S: l.o. loday. If
Indemnity Bylaw Passed Third
Reading Last Nighl Without
Amendment, Whioh Caused
Anxiety to Certain Aldermen.
After tb.* defeat of the Ward
bylaw, which he "fathered" in
Council, Alderman Kirkpatrick.
wiib a twinkle, produced a second
bylaw   whieh   he   "gUOSSed   would
prove more popular.'' li was the
Intl.-mini*, bylaw, up for its oon-
���Idcrallon in committee of lhe
whole, it was proposed lhal the
amount of Indemnity should be
reduced bj -*.'i.") for every month
an alderman hnd been absent
from ihe board. Alderman Morrlssoj said lhal In oommon justice that prlnolple should apply
also lo Un* Mayor, and Alderman
Dotlglas   emil.I    Hul    be   pr.'Vlliled
upon i<> ��� ml Hie motion,   lie
i.��.k lhe business very seriously.
Tlie bylaw passed Without amendment.
BOB KELLY LOSES SUIT
Cannot Stop Q. T. P. From Carrying Out Sale of South Haielton.
Vancouver, Deo. 12.���Mr. .lus-
lloo Morrison yestordaj afternoon
dismissed lho application on behalf uf Mr. Robert Kelly and bis
associates lo retrain the 0, T. P,
Development Company from enr-
i> mi. mil iheir proposed auction
-.ale. nf int-. in Smiih Haielton.
Toys, dolls, games- Wallace's
I ine line of work baskets filled
wiili oandy, If you want a good
one you hnil better have lt laid
aside. Christ inns stockings.
Wnrd's Candy Store. tf
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COAL NOTICE
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Daily Edition.
Tuesday, Dec 12
THE CITY AND THE WARDS.
How slight a thing might have affected the future gov-
oi'iinit'til of tlio city was seen last night when the bylaw to
divide llic city into three unequal ami inartistic fragments was
tie leaie.1. Tlu1 lie bale showed that not a single member of the
Council really wanted three wards, neither the Mayor, who
spoke for tho bylaw; Alderman Kirkpatrick, who introduced
it, nui- Alderman Hilditch, who supported it. All of them in
turn announced thai Ihey Individually did not care a rap whether
llie city had two or three or a dozen wards. All of them intimated that Ihey would prefer to see lhe city with no wards.
And yet with no convinced or convincing advocacy behind
it, the city would have bad three wards thrust upon it but for
the chance return to the Council of Alderman Newton, whose
vole just turned the scale against the proposed redivision of
the city.
The decision to give Iho bylaw a six months' hoist will
cause general satisfaction. Ward 1 already contained every
liquor license in the city, To have carved a small portion olf
Ward 8, which���inadvertently, perhaps���had for an appendage the tenderloin dislrict, ami then to give each of these
artificial divisions an equal representation of three members,
was apt I.. be interpreted���or misinterpreted���as a division that
placed the governmeni of the city al the mercy of the downtown elements.
The hotelmen���and the residents of (lie tenderloin, too,
for thai matter���are entitled to fair representation on the Cily
Council. The proposed division might have been used to give
them unfair representation.
The only argument advanced was that the proposed division brought the assessed values of tlie tlilToi-ont fragments to
a near-equal status. This attitude, while admittedly contemplated in the Municipal Clauses Act, is based on a wrong conception of representative government It makes dollars, not
citizenship, lhe test of value. In n city like Prince Rupert,
where tlie bulk of tlie downtown property is owned by nonresidents it menus that a score of United States citizens owning properly iu the business section,   ami  whoso  interests   in
the city is but momentary, count more iii.ui a hundred bona
fide workingmen with their wives ami families, who reside in
the outlying sections ami whose interest in Prince Rupert is
permanent And where���as in the case of non-residents���
the franchise is not used, then the voting power of that district passe** to lliosc who are left behind. That is where the
un fairness and the menace of an artificial division of the city
comes in.
Having successfully fought against an extension of the
want system, the citizens must now take steps to have it abolished altogether.
A SUGGESTION FOR THE CITY ENGINEER.
At the time Mr. Thomson of .Seattle received his handsome fee from the Council to become  consulting engineer for
the hydro-electric system it wa�� understood that lie would visit
the ground nml give bis advice ns required. Now, on lhe first
request ho cannot come, and the City Kngincer has to go to
Seattle. If the mountain won't come to Mahomet, Mnbomet
must go to the mountain. But why not have the Engineer
tuke Shawatlans Lake along with him?
BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and  Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with the Pacillc Transfer Co., 807 Third Ave., anil insure prompt forwarding.
All accounts and correspondence addressed to
P.O. Box 806
BEIRNES & MULVANY   -JaSaM
will receive immediate attention
FROM HOME TO HOME."
HOTEL   ELYSIUM
Sid. Sjrkea, Manager
The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to-date Hotel in Vancouver.
Skwna luml DUlrict���Dlitrict or Gout,
ll.lll!*!'    6.
Take nolice Unit 1, lKik-.rli.Tt Annul, or
Nanaimo,  H.  C, ii.-i-iipalloii miller,  inteiiil
ti. ipply rm* permlulon to purchase tlio
following ducribed Mints.*
I  e.llilli, ��� 11. * 111K    lit     ||    pUl     I'l.llllril     lit     tilt-
���outheasl corner nr Lot usi, iiii-iirc smith
in  linnn-.   Hum*,   west   in  .limit-,   Hum,
iiiu'iii in oha.ni, thsnee eut to i-huins to
point nr riilllllli'lii'i'lni'lit, I'lililiilnln-j* 100
arr.'.i, mme or less.
DAOOBBRT Allium,,
I'retl K. Cowell, Ag.nt,
Pate Nov.  IOIIi,  lllll.
I'ub. Doc. 0.
sk.'.'tia Laad DUtrlct--���DUtrlct ��r cout,
ll.nik-i   s.
Take  notli*.'   Uml  I,  Theodora  .Nlcli.-ill.-i.,
driver, or Victoria, li. t:., dm., intend to i
ipply r.>r permUllon io purchaie Um roi-
lowing ducribed lan.is:
i ..iiiiinii.iiii*  al   u   post  planled   ai   lilt* !
louth wut corner nr i,ut No. siai, tbence
easl 80 Cbaiu, llit'ino smith in rhaln-e,
iiii-in ���*   west  lu fhilns,   Ihenca  south   in
CbalM, ili.*n..  west in .'halns, thenct- in '
Kti t-lialns tn iiultil or i"iiiiiitiin'iiiiiit,    j
i.iniuik.'  ISO aor.'S, in.ti- et- less.
THEODORE  Nli.IIAI.IS,
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Haled oil. :u,  1011.
I'lll). Dee. l>.
skeena  land   DUlrict���DlltriOl  or   Coast.
Tuke notice ihat I,  I'.ini Curtlss. clerk
or Victoria, mil im in apply r��r |>i'riiiissinn
to i i.n-tmse Un- rollowliiK dt'St'tllii'd lauds:
I'oiniiieiii'liur al a post planted on tin
east boundary and aliout live (5) chains
rr - .111 the southeast eorner of l.ol 1411,
iheiu'f north t'.ti ehalm. ih.'iii-o t-ist :to
thelitis. llk-ii.T south oo chains, Ihenee west
:in chains in point or niiiiini'iiiviiiciii, one
tainltiR  ISO acres, mine or I.*.-.
I'AUI. CUIITISS.
Freil  E.   Cowell, Agent.
Dated o.-i. 31, it'll,
rub. Dee. o.
Bkeena  land  District -District nr  Coist,
Itange 5.
Take notice that I, .Mi.li.is lltganis, took,
i.r Victoria. II. .:.. Intend In apply Tor permission to purchase llic rollowlng do-
sirilied lands:
Commencing ai a i> -i planted on the
norlli side or Williams Creek, where llic
kiiiiiiai l.raneli or ihe ti. T. P. lit. crosses
William. Craak. and .it t lm (10) ��� haltia
ii.rin the creek shore, theme south .in
chains, Ibence eul io chains, thenc.- north
in cbatna, ibence wul to chains to point
or commencemenl, eouiaiuiiig i: ��� acres,
more or less.
Ml. HAS  IlK'iANIS.
Fred E. dwell, \geni.
Dated Oct. 91, lull.
Pub. Dec. 8.
Skeena   Land   District - Dislrict  ..r   Coul.
llange 5.
Take   nolice   thai   I,   Samuel   n	
gardener, or Victoria, inl.-nd to apply for
permission to purchase lhe r.itlowing descrilied lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on lhc
ifi Hi side ������! Williams trek, aboul ten
chains hack Inmi Uu- enrk bank, and
aboul liny chains southeast rrom where
thc kiliinat branch of lhc 0. T. I', rutin-
i.r-wav crosses Williams Cnek, then..*
south it. ehains, thenee east 40 chains,
thenre north 40 chains, ilnneo wen 40
chains lo point or cmmi-nceiiiciit, con*
taming ISO acres, mme or Ml
-.Mill   BEILTEBS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct. 31, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. 0.
-k.ciia Land District��� lilslrlcl of Coist.
llange 6.
Take twine Ilm I, I.mils Calerli, driver,
or Victoria. II. .:.. mt. ml lo api.ly for permission to purchase lhc following described lands:
��� ��� urn., if .it.*   al  I  post  plitiied  al   lhe
sou Un*.i-i corner or 1...I i :���.*:*. tie im south
HO chains, Ihence wesl  4<> chains   h, u
norih so chains, Ihcticc cast 4u chillis lo
I it   ..r   ...mun iicfiii.nl,   containing   380
acrei, more or leu.
LOUIS CAl.Elus.
Fred E. Cowell, A*rcnl.
I'll.  e|     OC!.     91,     lllll.
I'ub. n..   9.
Skeeni   Land   lilslrlcl���DUtricl  of   Coul,
IUnge t.
Take nolice Uut I. John An.-it.vi-. carpenter, or Victoria, ll. C, Inlend 10 apply
lor |'r I llll--f.il tO pill. Il.l-e Ihf Inlii.�� I Ilk-
lie -��� min el  lands:
Commenrlng at i post plained about one
an.l one*hair miles tinrtheast rrom the
Intake or Trout Illver, on Ihe ��... side
..r l.akelsc I ike. ind about Ave (5) chains
back from the waterrronl, in. ine south
80 chain-. Ihence wesl 811 chains. Ihenee
norih 8t. chilm, Ihence cist 80 cluina lo
point  or   ��� in. in,-in.mi.   conUining  610
acres, more or leu.
JOHN   MtiiliiM 11-
Fred E. Cowell, AtreW.
Dated Oct.  31,  Itll.
I'ub.  Dec.  (.
Skeana Lantl Diatrict���Diatrict ni Qunn . hurk.Ue
Tako until*.* that thirty day*, from .into. 1. 0. ti>
Uainter ol I'rinco Kupert, fl. C, by occupation
bookkooper, intond to apply to (lie Cliit-f Com-
nii.v.i.iiier ol l.uml.- lor a llcer r, to proipKt lor
coal and potroleum on and uneler tun ucrea ol
land on Graham island deacribfej aa followa:
Commencing at a poat plantiil ono mile north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leu* No. 10, nr ui.e.l 0. E. ll.
Coal Loaae No. 16. thenoe nortii 80 chains, thenco
woat 80 chains, thuncu aouth Ml cliuins, thence
eaat 80 chaina to placo ol commencement.
Ii.it.sl Sepl. II, I'lll. C. E. IIAINTKU, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land Diatrict���Diatrict nl ijueeii Charlott
Take notico that thirty daya from ttute. I. C ai.
Uuinter ol I'rlnce Hupart, it. 0., hy occupution
bookkoepor, Intand to apply tn tlio Chiof Commiaaioner of Landa lor a licence to prospect lor
coal and petroloum on and undar (ito ucrea ol
land on Graham laland deacrlbtsl us lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planteel two ...Uie north
ol C. E. Ii. Coal Leaaa No. 10. murked N. K.
corner C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 10, i hence south
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chitim*, llienco north
80 chaina, thenca eaat 80 chains to pluco ol com- j
mencement. I
Dated Sept. 11, llll,    C. E. HAINTKU, Locator
Hub. Sept. 23.
Sku'i'u Land Diatrict���Diatrict el i.uccii Charlott
Tuke nolice that thirty days (rum .lute, I, 0. E
I.uiitt.-r ol i'rlnce Hupert, ll. C, by occupation i
bookkeeper, Intend to apply t.i lho Chiot Cum- I
miaaioner ol Landa for a licenc- to prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and uneler .140 acriw .if j
land on Graham laland doacribod us followa:
('niiiiiieticnig at a poat planted al the aouthwest
corner ol Coal Leaae No. 4468 marked C. E. B.
Coal Loaae No. It*, thanoa north NO chaina, thanca '
west 80 chaina, ihenca aouth so chaina, thenca I
eaat 80 chaina to point ot commencement covering I
all loreahore Tiahn Point.
Daled Sept. 12, llll. C. E. DAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
Skoena Land Diatrlet���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotta
Taka nolice that ihirty daya (rom dato, 1, A. T ,
llroderick of I'rince Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply lo the Chiel Com-
mia-ioner ol Landa lor a licence to proipect lor
cuul and pelroleum on and under till) acrea ol
lam! on Graham laland deacrlbod aa lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllea north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaae No.  17, marked S. W.
ceirner A. T. If. Coal Leaae No. -'.'., thonce north <
80 ehalna, Ihence eaat 80 chritts, thonco aouth 80
chaina, thonce weat 80 chaina lo place ol com-'
mencemont.
A. T. I1RODEHICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12, 1911. c. E. Uainter, Agont '
rub. Sept. 29.
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Skwna Und Duinn liumn of Queen i li.rh.it,* |
Take nutico that thirty day* frum date, 1, A. T. I
Hrodunck uf l'nnce Kupert, n. C\, by occupation *
bank manager, intund to apply to the Chief Cum- J
muwioner uf Lands for a ltcencv to proapect for '
(*";il and petroleum on and under 640 carea of j
Und on Graham laland daacribad aa followa:
Commencing at a poet plnated two mllt�� nurth <
of C. K. ll. Coal LoaM No. 2U, marked s. I . I
corner A. T. It. Coal Lmm So. 2'*. thencu nonh !
<V) chaina, thance woat tft) chaina, thence aoutb
m* chaina. thenoe eaat 80 chaina to place of cum- {
menevment.
A. T. BRODKRICK. Locator
Oatad SepU 12, 1011. C. K.  Hainter, Agent
i'uh. SepL H
Skaena land District���UUtrlct of Queen Cbarlutiv
Take nutico that thirty days from data, 1. C. I,.
Hainter of Pnnee Rupart, ll. C, by occupatiun
uookktvper, intend to apply to tha Chief Com*
misaioner of Landa for a llcenca to proapect for
coal and |H>trulmim un and under 610 acraa of
land on (jraham lalaud deaenbed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted live milre east
of Coal Leaao No. u.t., markini C. K. It. S. \V.
corner of Coal i.i. No. 3, Ihenca eaal ho chain*,
thence nurth M> chaina. thanca weat HU chains,
thencr auuth Mi chaina u> place of commencement.
Dated Sept 11, 1811. C. I. H\ISil.K, Lucalur
I'ub. Sept. - '*.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Quean Charlotu
Take notice that thirty dan (rom data, 1, i'. K.
Hainter of Pnncv Rupart, ll. Ou by occupation
boukk^'par, intend to apply to tha Chief Commlaaioner of Landa for a UCeoco tu proepect for
cual and petroleum od and under *���*<> acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa followa;
Commencing al a poat plantad live mile* east
of Coal Leaao No. 4476, marked C K. II, S. K
comer Coal Leaae .No. 4, thence weat M) chaina,
ihence north ao chatna, tlience t*a*i bO chain*.
thrnce aouth Mi chain* to placa of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11, PHI C. (. llAlNTfc.lt. Locato
I'ul. Sept. tt
Skerna Land DUtrict -Dlatrlcl of Quaan Charlo.t
Take notice that thirty day* from data, 1, A. T
llrudcnck of Pnnee Ituprrt, H. C., by occupallon
hank managar, Inund lo appl,, to lha ChM Com-
miwiunor uf Land* (or a hopnev to proapect tor
coal and petroleum on and under t��40 acraa of
land on (iraham laland deacribad aa tolloara:
Commanclng at a post planled iwo mile* north
-f i'. I,, li. Coal Leaae No. 21, markad & G
corner of A. T. II. Coal Leaaa No. Sti, ibence
anal hO chain*, ihenca nonh W) chaina, ihenca
eaal ttO chain*, thenca aouth 60 rhaina lo place
of commencwmaaL
A. T. HluiDFRICK, Locator
i'm'.ri -, t  13, 1911. C. (-   Uainur. Agent.
Pub. SepU g&
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aSAMURL HARKLSON
(NOTARY IT hi hi
V. P. G. GAMRLK
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
The Economy Paint Store
���: WE   CATER   TO   THE   TRADE  :���
PAINTING
PAINTS
PAPERING
OILS
KALSOMINING
VARNISHES
E. COLE, Prop.   Phone Blue 336   6th and Fraser St.
Skerna Land Huinci    l.i.inrt ol Quean Charlolt.
Take notio. thai thin,  l.,. Inun dau, I, C. E. I
Balnier ol Prion Itupert, II. c. bjr occupatioo
t-K>kkeeper. Intend lo apply lo lh. Chlrl Com- '
rm^ienrr uf  Ijtinls lot a Loan.* to proapect lor
coal and eprtroleum on anel undar i��lu acna ol
land on Graham Itland d~cnb��d aa lollowa:
l*...ninenoii�� at a po.1 planled ll.e milea oast
ol Coal Uaae No. IIT*, markad C. _. II.int.*. .
N. E. cornar Coal l/w> No. I, Ibenco aoulh ao
chaina, thenn woat Ml chaina, ihenn nortb 10
chaina, thenn eart 10 chaina le plan ol com-
rn.nnm.nl.
Dated S^rt. II, llll.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sattt. **���
Skaana Und DUtricl -Diatrict ot Quaaa charlotte
Tak. ooUct tbat thirty dava Iron dale, I, C. K.
Itaini-r ol ITinn Itupert. fl. t'., by occupaUon
bookkaepw, intend lo api.ly lo Uw ChM Com-
mi���ion*, ol Und. lor . Uam to proapect Ioc
coal and pelroleum nn and under 610 acne ol
land on Craham liland <l-*rr.bed *e loUowa:
Comm.ncin, al a poat planted two mlln north
..I < K. II. loai Iram *,.. it, mvked N. W.
comer C. E. II. Coal Uan No. IH. tbence aouth
no chaina, thenn eaal au chaina, thenn north bo
chaina. Ihenn weet DO chaina te place ol com- I
MMM
Dated Sept, II, Itll.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. SI.
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Skaana Land Diatrict���Dlalrlct of (**N*en Charlott
laland*
Taka nollea that Auatin M. Rrown of Prince
Rupert, aaddler, intenda to applv to tba Chief
Commiaaioner of Landa and Work* (or a licence
to proapact for ooal, oil and petroleum oa and
undar the following daacribed landa on lha Woat
Coaal of Graham laland:
Comm*firing at a poat plantod thre* milea aaal
of tha northaaat cornar of C. L. No. 4469 thance
aouth 80 chaina. thenca 80 chaina waat, tbence 80
chaina north, thanca 80 chaina aaat to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Loeated Autuat let. 1.11.
Pub. Aui. II).
Skeena Und Diatrlet���Diatrict ol Qunn Charlott
'lake notln that thirty da/a Irom dale, I, C. E.
Uainter ol Prion Rupert, II. C~ by occupallon
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com- '
miaaioner ol Unda lor a llcenn lo nro��neet Inr
coal and petroleum on and under Gto acraa ol
land on Craham I salmi deacribed aa lollowa:
Commencini at a pnt planted two milee rorth
nl C. E. II. Coal Lean No. 18, marked N. W. ,
cornor C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 21. thenn aoulh i
80 chaina, thenn Wat 80 ch.lns. thenn north '
80 chaina, thenn wat 80 chaina lo plan ol en- >
mencement.
DatedSept. 13, lull,    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Sknna Und Diatrict-Diatrlet ol Queen Charlutte
Take notln that Ihirty dava Irom date, I, I* K.
Uainter ol Prinn Rupert, B. C, by occupallon
bookknpei. Inlend to apply to tbe Chiel Com-
mlwioner ol Unda lor a linnn to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acrn of
land on Graham laland deecrlberd aa lollowa:
Commencln, at a pnl planted two milaa nu'rh
ol .tak.. marked C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 4, marked
N. E. corner (.'. E. H. Coal l^aae No. 6, thenn
aouth 80 chain., thenn we-rt 80 chaina, Ihenn
north 80 chaina, thenn eaat 80 chaina to plan of
commennment.
DatedSept. II, ISII.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 83.
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Skeona Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ot Qunn Charlotu
Take nntlrc that thirty daya lloin dale, I, C. E.
Uainter of I'rinn Rupert, ll. (*.. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chief Com-
ciissinniT of Unda fur a linnn to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acres of
land on Graham laland daacribed aa follnwa:
Commencing at a poat planted two -nlio* nt-rtfa
Tlal.n n��.rlli.i-ii .mini Coat Leaae 4466 marked
C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, |..i-rir- aouth 80 chains,
thann woat 80 chaina, thenn north 80 rln.ina
t*>i!iT eaal tt* cl.alne t.r potnt o! rcmmcncerw nt.
rintalnlng 840 acrn mora or leaa.
DatedSept. li. 1911. C.   E.   BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
Sknna Land Diatrict - Diatrict ol Qunn Charlotu
Take notln lhat thirty daya alter date. I, C. E. !
Hainter ol I'rinn Rupert, 0. C. by occupation
bookknp*. Intend le, ,M,ly lo lb. Chiel Com-
inu.nn,.- ol Unda In, a linnn to proapect for
coal and pelroleum on and undar 640 acna ol
land on Graham laland d-wenhad aa lollowa:
Commencini a. a pott planted two mllea north
ol C. E. II. Coal I-.- No. i.i. marked 8. W.
rornie C. E. U. Coal Leeae No. 19, thenn north
80 chaina, Ihenn eaal 80 rhaina, tbenn -oulh 80
chaina, thenn weat 80 chaina lo plan ol commennment.
Dated Sept. II, Itll.    C. E. BAINTER. Lontor
Pub. 8-tpt. t*.
Skeena Und Diatrict -Diatrict ol Queen CbarlotU
lake notin thai thirty dava Iron, date, I, C. I
Ilainler ol I'rinn Ruperl, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply lo the Chief Com-
tat-wioner ot Unda lor a linnn lo proapect lor
coat and petroleum on and under 640 acm of land
on Graham laland dn-crit-ed m lollowa:
Commendnf at a poat planted two mile, north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No, 14, marked 8. W.
corner C. E. II. Coal Lean No. W, thenn north
80 chaina, Ihenn weat 80 chaina, thenn aouth 80
r chaina, thenn eaat 80 chaina u> plan ol commencement.
i paled Sepl. ll, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. LocaUr
Pub. Sept. 33.
' Sknna Und Diatrict-Diatrict ol Queen Charlotu
Take notln that thirty da.a alter dau, I, C. K
Hainter ol I'rinn Rupert. II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend lo apply lo the Chief Com- I
miaaioner of Unda lor a linnn lo proapect for '
coal and  petroleum nn and under 640 aeree ol
| land on Graham laland deacrilied aa lollowa:
I     Commeucine, at a |....l planted two mllea nurth
���of C. E. II. Coal Lean No. 1*. marked S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lean No. 21, thenn north
80 chaina, Ihenn weal 80 chaina, thenn aouth SO
chaina.  Ihenn eaat ���   0 a��ain. to plan ol commencement.
Dated Sept II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator '
Sknna Und Dialrlrt���Dialtict of Qunn Charlotu I
Take nnlin lhal Ihirty data Irom date, I. 0, K. I
Ilainler of I'rinn Ituperl, II. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper. Inlend lo apply lo the Chiel Com
miaaioner of Unda for a linnn lo proapect for   /
eotl and petruleum on and under 640 acrea of   C
oland nn Graham laland deecribed aa lollowai g*
(_nmmencln| al a |mwI planled two mile- north '
of I . K. H. Coal Uaae No. 16, marked N. E. !
corner ( . I, II. Coal l_*a�� No. 22, thenn aouth
80 chains, thenn weet 80 chaina, Ihenn north 80
chaina,  Ihenn eaal  80 chaina to plan ol corn-
men rement.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
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Kk-ena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Range 6
Take notln that Frank 8. Miller of N.i ���������������.
Eng., occupation civil engineer inunda to apply
lor permiaalon to purehan tha following dferrilieil
landa:
Commendng at a poat planted at tha N. E.
Corner nf Ut 28, thann north 20 chaina, thenn
wnt 20 chaina, thenn eouth 20 -halns. thenn
net 20 ehalna to point nf*��an)mennmpnl, conlalnlng 40 acrea mon nr Ian. *
Dated Angurt 16, 1911. KIIANK S. Mil.I.Kit
Pub. Aug. 36. p. m. Miller, Agent
Sknna Und Dlatrlrt -Di.trict of Qunn Charlotu
Take notice lhat thirty dara Irom dale. I, C. E.
Hair, er nl I'rinn llupert, II C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to lhe Chief Com-
mtaatnner ol Unda lor a linnn to nroapect for
coal and pelroleum nn and  under 610 am of
, land on Graham laland dearriieed aa loilowi:
< '"nmenrlng at a poal planted two mlln north
M I. K II. t���.| ���,,���, N��� 17i m,r|,w| N f;
corner (    h. II. Coal Uaae No. 28   thenn aouth
'SI., "'���"*���.I1"*1*" **** "O chaina, ihenn north
"0 chaina, Ihenn eaat 80 rhaina to plan ol commencement.
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COAL NOTICE
_wna Land Diatrict���Diatrlet of Queen Charlotte
[���Take notice that thirty daya from date. I. C. 1*..
liiitcr of I'rinco Hupert, it. C, by uccupatiun
lokkuepor, intnd to apply to the Chief Com-
halonur of Landa for a lloonce to prospect (ur
Ei and petroleum on and under (MO acrea of
Jpd on lira hum Island deacribed aa follows;
���Commencing at a puat pluntod one mllo north
' C. I'*, l>* ^oul Lease No. !i, markod N. W.
���ner C. K. IS. No. 10, Ihence aouth 80 chains,
jnce west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
knco east 80 chaina to place uf commencement,
feted Sept. 11, 1011. 0. E. HAINTKU, localur
Ub. Sopt. 28.
_jeuu Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
���Take notice that thirty days fronm date. I, C. _..
liiHir of 1'rincu Uuiiuri, 11. C, occupation book.
��er, intond to apply to the Chiof Commissioner
.iiml* (or a Uoonoa to prospect (or cual and
..nli'Uin  on and under ti-io  acres uf land on
sham laland deacrlbod as follows:
-CoininencinK at a post planted two mUes nortii
It', fc). !)��� Coal Lease No 8, marked N. fc., corner
I C. 1*a. H- Coal Laaaa No. 11, thonce auuth 80
ulna, thonoe weat 80 chains, thenoe north 80
Jains, thence eaat 80 chains to plaoo of com-
-uicement. ���
kted Sept. 11,1911. C. 1.. HAINTKU, Locator
tab. SepU 23.
_jena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen Charlotte
���Take notice that thirty days from dato, I, C. fc..
lintiT of Prince Kuport, l). C, by occupation
tokkoeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
jvioner of Land for a lioence to proapect for
jal and petroleum on and undor 640 acrea of
jnil on Graham Island described aa (ullows:
��� Commencing at a post planted two miles north
"\ C. fc-. H* Coal Leaao No. 7, marked C. K. IS.
.al Leaae No. 12, thence touth 80 cbains, theoce
ist 80 ehalna, tnence north 80 chains, thence
jut 80 chaina to plaoa of commencement.
kted Sept. 11,1011. C. E. BA1NTEK, Locator
fb. Sept. 28.
_jena Land Diatrict���Diatrict o( Queen Charlotte
(Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
kintt-r of Princo Kupert, B. C, by occupstion
okkueper, intend to apply to tho Chief Com-
���loner o( Landa (or a lioence to prospect (or
and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
jnd on Grabam laland described aa follows;
[Commencing at a post planted two milos north
j C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 7, markod S. W. oorner
p. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 13, tbence norlh 80
-Una, thenco east 80 chaina, thonco aouth 80
aiu-s, thenee weat 80 chains to place of com-
jencemeni.
Bated SepL 11,1911.    C. K. HAINTKU, Ucator
Sib. Sept. 23.
keona Land District���District of Queen CbarlotU
Islands
Take notice that Auatin M. Drown of Prince
ftupert, H. C, occupaUon aaddler, intenda to
toply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worka for a llcenoe to proapect for coal, oil and
���iroleum on and undar tho fullowlng doscribed
_ 'id* on tbe Weat Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three milos cut
T tha northeaat cornar of <'. L. No. 4478 tbence
1 chains south, thenoa 80 chains oast, thanea 80
hums north, thence 80 chains weet to point of
om mencemenL
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, Locator
j)aloof Location Slat July. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
keena Land District -District of Quaan CbarlotU
Islands
Take noUoa that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupaUon aaddler, InUnds U apply to
tlio  Chief  Commiasioner  of  Landa  and  Works
[fur a licence to prospect for coal and oil and petro*
|)euin on and under the following described lands
on the Woat Coaat of Graham Island:
i   Commanclng at a poat planted three milos east
lot the southwest corner of C. L. No. 4477 ihence
f 80 chains east*, thence 80 chaina north, thenc* 80
thai ns weat, thence 80 chaina aouth to point of
Icoiiif-u-neement.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, LocaUr
I Dale of LocaUon, 31st July 1911.
[Pub. Aug. 17.
[ Skeena Land Dktrict���District ot Queen Charlotu
Islands
Take notice that AusUn M. Urown of Prince
| Kupert, occupation aaddler, intenda u apply u
I the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Works for a
[ licenco to prospect for coat, oil and pelroleum on and
t under the following daacribed lands on lhe Wosl
I Coast of Graham Island:
Commanclng at a poat planted three milee east
lof tha aoutheut corner o   *.'. I*. No. 4472 thenee
north 80 chains, Ibence oast 80 chains, thence aouth
[ 80 chaina, thenoe wost 80 chains U point of com*
mencemenL
AUSTIN M. UKOWN, LocaUr
I Located Auguat 1st, lull.
[ Pub. Aux. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlalrlct of Queen CharlutU
Take nolice that thirty days (rom dato, 1, C. K
I Uainter of Princa Kupert, U. C, by occupstlon
buukkoeper, inland to apply lo the Chiel Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for ���
coal and petroleum on and under 840 acraa of
land on Graham Island doacribed as follows:
Commencing at a pusl plsnled live miles east
til Coal Leaae No. 4467, markod C. E. U. Coal ���
Lease No. 1. N. E. corner, ihenoe <aosl 80 chains,
Ihenco aouth 80 chains, thence oast 80 chains,
tbenee north Ml chains to place of commeiicvmeni.
Dated SepL ll, 1911 C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land District - District ol Queen Charlotu
Take notice thai Unity days (rom dau, I, C, b
Uainter o( Prince Kuport, II. C, by occupsllon
bookkeeper. Inlend to apply U the Chief Com-1
missioner ol Landa (or a licence to prospect (or
cosl and pelroleum on ar.d under *���**> acraa "-
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a poet planted Hvo milea easl
of Coal Laaao No. 4467, market! C. b. U. .N. ����� ���
eorner No. 2, thence south 80 chaina, ihence east
80 chaina,  thenco north 80 chains, Ihence west
H chaina to place of commencement.
Dated SepL fl, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEK. LocaUr *
Pub. SepL ZS.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skeona Land District���DUtrlct of Coast Kange 6
Tuke notico that LcRoy P. Grant o( Prinoe
Kupert, U. C, occupaUon civil englnaei. Intends
to apply (or permission U purchase the fulluwing
described ianda:
Commencing at a poat planted about 3 1-2 miles
in a northerly direction from the northeast corner
pobt uf Lot 13.9, Kanga 6, Coast DUtrlct, thenoe
oast 30 chains, thenca north 60 chains, thenoa
wost to bank of river, thence aouth following
hank of river U polut of commencement: containing 160 acres, more or leaa.
Datod Sopt. 9, 1911. Lfc.ROY   F.  GRANT
Pub. Oct. 10. Gordon C. Emmoraoo, Agent
Skeena Land District- -DL-trict of Cout IUnge o
lake notice that Lottio McTavUh ot Vancouver,
occupation married woman, InUnda u apply
for permUsion U purchase tbe following described
lands:
Commoncing at a post planted at tbe northwest curner 100 chains east and 20 ehaina north
from N. E. corner of Lot 1116, llarvay'a Survey
Coast DUlrict IUngo 5, thence 20 ehaina aouth,
thunce 80 chaina eaat, thence 80 cbaina nortb,
thunce 40 chaina west, thonce 60 chaina south,
thonco 40 ehaina west U post ot commencement
litHiiuiimig 400 acres more or loss.
Dated Sept. 18,1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. bept. 23 Fred W. Uohler. Agant
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtriet of Coaat Range 6
luko notice that Mlaa Mary Muiville ol Clare,
Ireland, occupation apinater, InUnds tu apply
for permUsion to purcbaae tho fulluwing deerlbed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted one chaina north
of tne southeast corner of Lol 632, ihenoe north
40 cliaina, ihence eaal 20 cbains, ihence south 40
ciiains, tnence wust 20 ehaina tu point of commencement; conUining eighty acrea, more or leaa
Dated Oct. 11,MIL. MISS MARY MULV1LLE
Pub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agenl
Bella Coola Land DUtriet���DUtriet of Coaat Rang
a
Take notice that U. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupallon gentleman, InUnda to apply
for permiaaion to lease tho following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on lhe shore
of Necluctaconnay Itiver about 10 chains weal
of Indian Kuaurvo Line ,ihenee weal 60 ehains
following lhe channel ul Neclecuconnay Kiver,
ihence aoulh 80 chains mure or leas to channel
uf Bulla Coola Rivar, Ihenco following channel
of Bella Coola Klver easurly 60 chains, m.riii
80 chains more or leas U poinl of commenoement:
cuntaining 480 acres, moru or I
Datod Auguat 28, 1911
Pub. SepL 80.
II.  M.  CUFF
WUliam McNair, Agenl
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat Usnge 6
Take noUco that Benjamin Kuieal 1-Uoo ot
Prince Hupert, B. C, occupaUon wailur, InUnds
U apply lur permiaalon U purctu se tbo following
ile��crioiil ianda:
Commeneing at a poat��planUt 65 chains aoulh
from ihe southeast eorner ol .tit 3060. Poat
maiked B. K. K S. E. Corner, -.henoe 70 cbaina
���Ami, ihence 6& cbaina north, ihenco 70 chains
eaat, tbenea 65 ehalna aoulh to point ot com
mencumont, cunuuning 455 acrea mure or loaa.
BENJAMIN   Kt'SSEL  RICE
Dated October 21, 1911.
Pub. Nor. *..
Skaena Land DUUict���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Taka noUco tbat Angus Jamea   McKoniia of
Vancouvar, B. C, occupauon bookkoepor, inudnns
to apply (or permlsaion U purcbaae the (ollowing
duscnbed landa:
Cotnmenctnf at a post planted at tbe coniluence ol BlackwaUr river wiih Naaa rivar. about
iwo in )!��� *> aoulh (rom the alith Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Poal marked A. J. M. N. W. Corner,
Ihence 80 chaina eoulh, thenoe 80 chaina a��at
thence 80 chains north, tbauoa 80 chains waat
i" poinl ot commencement, conlalnlng 610 acros
mora or laaa.
AM.I S J A.M I.S  McKI'N/lK
Dated Sept. S3, lull.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skoena Land Diatrict���UUUlet ol Caaaiar
Taka notlea that Herbert McLennan ol Vancouver. U. C, occupatioo real telale aienL Inlenda
to apply (or perm-Mon to purchaao  llie loUowing
daecntwd landa:
Commencing at a poat planled at tba coniluence ol lilackwaiar n.er wltb lb, Naaa river
about lam mil., aoutb ol tbe auttb Domltuoo
'lvk-grapb cabin, foat marked 11. II. N. .-
Corner, thenoe to chatna aouth, thenee 80 chain,
waat, tbenoe 00 cbaina north, thence 00 chain.
���Mat to point ol commencement, containing Wu
acroa more or laaa.
Hated Sept. 11, Ifl 1        111.HHl.Ill  McI.KNNAN
I'ub. Nov. -.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Und Dlalrlcl-DI,lrlct of ******,***?***���',
Taka nolice that we the unilcrainncd.  Allr��l
Christian Garde and Wm. M. Johmlon of I nnce
Ituport, B.C. occupaUon mining engineer ami t
proapector. InUnd lo apply  for permlMlon   lo
leaae the following de.crlbe.1 land: 	
Commencing at a |x..l plan.rd l-l mile ea>. ol
the Tyee Sutlon.U.T.KRy.Station ami appniallr-
ately ifi mile, eut ol I'rltice Kupert, Ihence north
S chain,. Ihenco eaat Sn chaina. thence eot-th i.
chain, more or I.- to railway pa*,. ******
wc.lerlv 26 chain, more or le-a lollowing mtt
grade lo point of commencement ami containing
70 acre, or I... CHRISTIAN GARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. 23. IIII
Pub. Dec... 1911
Bella Coola Und Dlalrlcl-Ulslrtct ol Coaat Range |
Taka notica that II. M. Clio ol *********��� '-*
land, occupallon genUeman. Intend, le anply lor
��,mi_l*.n to law. .he lollowm, *****J*9*
"Commencm-- at a poat planle. at lhe .hor.
naar lhe N. V* corner ol Ul No. S. ihenc north
40 chain-, ihence weat 80 chain, more or kw. ...
aaal boundary ol cannery leaao, Ihence lollow.ng
Ihe aahl cart boundary aouth to chaina more o.
C Z  .hat,  line,   .hence  lollowlng  aald  aher.
EsSs tsaar* ��? *** s
few* "a ��n-UWB5
Bella Coola Und Dielrlct-IJtouicl ol Cee.t IUnge |
Take notice lhat II. M. CUB ol Dundalk. lie-
sCfe _������*.
''cJmmandn, at a port planted .L lh. *��
SU �� chaise moro or lea. lo point el commence  ,
R_a _53?h s,rmore i m- clif*''
B-dla Cool. Und Di.Uict-Dial.lct o ICo��t IUng
Trim nolle, lhat 11. M. CUB ot Dundalk. lr
^a^_r��i����l
XjilSjH ". *J** -_Hrt.4__ mm\
corner of I-ol "*
i i ,,i rJoi 4Bth��Tee north 40 chains, Ihenee j
���v*��d**w
Bdl. Cool. Und *M******* ol Co* IUnge
BOffl-HfilH-l
landa. . ,  .tanled at tha N. W
I'nmmencing at a port plan     y ^
comer ol Ut ***< '"J��� . ���, |-w No. I applied
w_fflSS_!_ffi3S
UlnlngM acm. more o. le... ���   - |FF
Daled Auguat 28, Ull-     W|U���-, McNair. Agen.
I'uh. Sept. 3y*
Bail. Cool. Und Dlrtrlct-Dialrlct o. Com. Range
.*... <l   lit   Cliff ol Dundalk, Ire-
Take Ml-** "J*1 "-,,��;.���    Inlenda   lo   a,.p1y
lent.   HESStL f\^ma x'e  lollowlng  deacribed
lor  permiaalon  to t **"
**** i .  .1   . nml  planted  at lhe S.  I
Commencini a|   UPJJ *    ^ ,��� chli���, mere
cotm-r ol Ut ?;���'��� ' .."jn.lery ol Leaae No. I
I, [m* to northern ���"Jff'Vhenc r��l 20 chain,
aimlled Inr by H. M   l!l"'���L   north   10  chain,.
.ii ^afewpas y**********
Dateil AflM 21*' 1911, WiHiam McNair, Ageflt
Pub. Sept- 30.
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUlrict ol Coast lUn��e ft
Take nolka tbat I, Chrisuphar Jamas Oratuun
ot Princa Hup It, B. C, occupaUon locomoUve
vnginevr, InUnd to apply for permuaion to purcbaae
Ibe lollowlng doscribed Unda.
i oitiinencing at a puat planud at Ibe eoutb-
weat cornar of Lol No. : ��� ������* vicinity ol L*k*
i��k. :���.* and marked Cliru'.opbsr J. Urabaro
N. H. Corner, theoce vast 4u chains, theoce eoutb
mj rhaina, thenca east 40 chaina, tbence north 80
chaina to poat ot eommencement; contsining
J20 ac.���, mote nr loaa.
CUK1STOPHEH JAS,  GIUHAM,  Locator
Daud Sart. B. 1911 II.M A.M.���WHoeaeedT. D
USL
Pub Sept. 30.
Skeana Lnod Dislrict-District ol Caasiar
Taka noUoa that It 11. Suwart ol Vanoouver,
li.   i  .  occupation  truckman.  InUnda an  apply
tor parmUston U purcbaae the to.lowiog dasenbed
lands:
Commendng al a posl pUnted 40 cbaina aouth
of Pre emotion No. 897 and 62 chaina aaat Irom
Ibe Naas lUvar is. W. C), tbence 40 cbatna anal,
thenca 40 cbaina north, tbenoe 40 ehalna waat,
tbente 40 chains soulb U Ibe point of commenc*-
inrni io contain Uu acraa mora or leaa.
KtCIIAKD HOWAKD 3TEWAKT
Dated Aug, 1911. Jamea T. Pullerton, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skaana Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Rang* ft
Taka notice tbat Harold E. Smith ot Moralv,
Aiia , occupation sUUon Bgenl, inlenda to apply
(or pamlaaion to purcbaae tbe following deeenbad
lands:
Commanclng at a post planted al tha aoutb
west cornar 100 chains east and 20 cbains nortb
(rom N. E. vomer ol Lot 11 ltt, llarvay'a Surrey
Coaat District Hange ft, tbanoe 40 cbaina east,
ihence M cbains north, thanca 40 chains weat.
tbenea 60 chains aoutb to poat of commencemenl
containing 320 acraa, mora or laaa.
DaUnl.Sepl. 18,1911. HA HOLD K. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. PNW. Bohler, Agen
Skeena Land DisUkt���Diatrict ol Coaat Hang* ft
Takft Dotka tbat 1, Gordon C. Emmeraon ot
Prince Rupert, B. ('. occupation real aeUU
broker, intend to apply for parmiaaion to purchase tbe lollowing dWtibed Unds:
Commencing at a poit pUntod about t 3-1
milea In a noriherly direcUon (rom the nortbeaet
rorner port of Lot 1399, Range ft. Const lnnr.fi.
thenre north 40 chains, thanca woat to river
hank, thenca aoulb following riw bank to paint
ol commencement;  conUining 160 acras, mora ot
D?ud Sept. 9. 1911.  GORDON C. EMMERSON
I'ul.  OfL io.
Skaana Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Const Ranga 6
Taka notioa tbat Itiriam Roy McTaviah of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrietcr, inunds
.-. spply for permlasion to purchaae tba (ollowing
dnKriWI landa:
Commencing al a post planted si Uie aouthweat
corner 40 chains east and 40 ehains nortb from
N. E. corner ot Lot 1116, Harvay's Murray Coaat
Dislrict IUnge 6. tbenea 60 chaina eaat. thance
B chains north, Ihenee GO chains weet, thanes W
ehains aouth lo poet of eommenoamani   conlalnlng
Sa&S3wnnattM ROY MCTAVISH
1Mb. Sept. M. Frn-i W. Bohler, Agent
Skeana Und Dlrtrlct-Dlattlrt ol Ca-lar
Taka   notice   lhal   Charlea   WlllUm   Mam   ol
Vancouver,  B.  C, oceupaUoo ln>peetor. (alenda
to apply lor perml-wion lo purchaaa the lollowlng
deecribed landa: .     ......   ...  _
Commencing al a poat planled at tha eon-
tluenca ol Blackwaler river with the Naaa river
about two mUea aoulh Irom the alith Dominion
Telegraph cabi-i. Tort marked C. W. II. 8. W.
lornev, Ihenca 80 chaina north, Ihence M cha na
Mrt. tbenee 80 chaina aoulh, tbence 80 chain,
watt to point ol commencement, containing MO
^rm more or "- C||ARLE8 wlt,L|AM HAM
Daled September M, 1*11.
l-ub. Nov. 2.
' ITEMS OF. . . .    j
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SPORT!
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A CLEVER FRENCH BOXER
Georges Carpentier Looks as  If
He Will Make Great Fighter.
n.ixinti has always been ooh-
���Iderod a British Bport, but it
looks as if ih,. Ki'.mr'Ii might yet
I'xi'.'l ai ii. Georges Carpentier,
n Frenoh youth, la already at-
traoling the attention <.r the bin
promoters by his olever work.
Though still well in his 'teens
���for, aooordlng to the Frenoh
reoords, Carpentier was not born
until the year 1804���the Haul has
had a brilliant lime In the ring.
In a career <>f threo years he has
never sufforod defeat In uny bout
of an Important nature. Until he
met "Sir" Burns al Earl's Courl
recently ull his malohes had been
tlcciili'.l in his native land, and his
debut in England oreated so good
an impression tlml, despite his
power and ozporieuoe, Josephs
was considered by many to be
taokling lh.- toughest job he hnd
ever tuken on. Hut few cxpct'ti'd
.l..s.'|iiis in get suoh a licking as
he did. It wus the worst he had
received in all his boxing career.
Carponlior's display with Burns
proved him lo be a iiuiek und
skilful boxer, with iiuile u variety >.f Strokes for one so young,
iiii excellent general and a line
slayer In the bargain,
Carpentier bus proved a sur-
prise in inuny ways. The boy
bus grown with extraordinary
rapidity, and Improved as fast as
he bus grown. Starling two years
un.. us u bantamweight, ho hus
grown so rapidly thut the present
I line hi' hus ull he i-un do lo make
1 iii pounds. In a short time he
will lie in the middleweight division. Ilis career has been utmost uniformly successful, be
having accounted for nearly all
lhc prominent light ami welter
weights in England in addlUon lo
Josephs.
un his fi't'l be is quick and a
putsling customer to ti slower
rival. He hops ubout Ihe ring
like a rubber ball mid Ihen
springs buck at his aiitngoiiist
us quick as lightning und with
the grace of a paiUtiiT. If ever
be develops into a heavyweight
then will there bo a prospect of a
while champion.
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Skeana Land Diatrlet���Dlatrlal ol Caaiiar
Taka nolice lha. Thomaa Arthur White of Van-
ceuvK,  II. C, SeupaUoa  eai-penter, Inlenda to
apply let permiaelon  te purehaae tbe lollo-rtni
^SmX** **m*****t at the ***���
lucne. ol lllarkwa.er r(v�� with Naaa rivar. about
Two mllr. aoulh ol lhe aUlh Dominion Tel-r.pl.
SkMi Tort marked T. A W. S. E Corner, lb.no.
an chaina north, th.no. M ehalna wart, thenc. SO
rh.in. i.ul h. tUre SO chaina eart lo polnlol
r���mm,n<em.n^nWnln/A|��0A^mon.w��l-S
Daled Sept. SS, 1��11.
rub  Nov. 8.
..bona Und Dlt-trl-t-Dletrfct ol Coaat Banie V
TBI no.Vc SB J��� M Tallman ol *U*t
ll.ielrt. low,, occupation MMJMM
SSTlor   "rmtaalon  W purc-aM the lollowln,.
*S' likT Th.n�� aouth JO chaina. them-
2ml* ch.ina mor. or E to ***<< "h��r. R?
KLuS  lhanc. northerly  and  eaaxetlr lol-
iw !S��B_SSll^^,,,���
Bn&^TBHraiuH
Pub. Aul. IS. .     I
Charles Kdward Ilusscll has
iii.nl** for thc Cosmopolitan a
thorough investigation of lumber trust methods���be has followed the slippery trail of the
lumber octopus literally from
coast lo coasl.���and ho has the
"goods." You will bo surprised
al his revelations���that lho tremendous power of lho trust, its
Iua'.'ii indilTerciicc lo all but its
own interests, its hold upon legislators, its highway methods of
natii.mil pocket picking. II will
bo a great scries of articles���
vitally interesting lo every ono
who lias over bought any part
of a in'*. Tho llrst article will
appear in January. Subscriptions
to Gosmopolltsn will be accepted
until Di'ti'iiiliiT 10th at tho special
low rule to Cnnada of 91.50. Cosmopolitan Agency, box 851, Winnipeg.
SILYERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O.  BOX 120 l-HONK 156 I1RKKN
Second Avenue, near McBride
m
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prtrcess
Line
Princess   May
Saturday, December 9th, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria. Vancouvar and Seattle
I. G. McNab
General Agent
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 the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
*-* -*���
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also flora* In same block.
Two cottafet cotter Second Avenue snd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots In sail parts ol ths city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Compiles doing business In the City.
Second Ava.
C. D. RAND
Phone 112
;fred. stork j
General Hardware��� 1
,  |
Builders' Hardware |
ValveB -_ Pipes      Oxford Stoves   ,
Graniteware       Tinware *
SECOND - AVENUE
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KING GEORGE  HOTEL
���1    sroTI.MMI.V   C-IAH   ROOMS    I
ft,-at"* Vtmer  He*  Maaaimal
��� Rata 3Sc pr Null   ,.l  llswarh
tMR.1. C. McKNIGHT     -        Proprietor   ���
***********************o
Savoy Hotel
Cor. I r*m****T nnd Mh.        Choice Win**" and Cigars
RUPERTS   PALACI    OF    COMFORT
MARK TWAIN'S MOTHER
When You Read This You'll Know
Where Mark Got His Humor.
in ihe I'tiui'si' nf an Interesting
article on "Mark Twain and Ilis
Mother," whioh appears in lho
November Harper's Monthly Magazine," Mr. Alli.'ii Blgolow Paine
Bays:
"At about litis I inn- il was de-
ciili'tl lhal Utile Sam was now
ready to go to school. He was
about live years old, nnd a summer on his uncle's fnnu had lefi
him wiry and lively, even If nol
very robust. His mother declared
that he gave her inure trouble
than nil the other children put
ogelher,
"'He drives ine cra/.y with his
didoes when he is in lhe house,'
she used lo sny, 'und when he is
out of il I tun expooling every
minute that some one will bring
him home half dead.'
"lie did, in fact, achieve llie
lirsi nl' his 'nine narrow escapes
from drowning' abuul ihis time,
uml un* pulled iiiii nf the river
i.ne afternoon and brought home
in a limp and unpromising condition. When with mtillen lea ami
ciisior oil she hail restored him
In activity, she said:
" 'I guess Ihore wasn't muoh
danger. People burn to be hanged
are safe iu water.'
"She declared she was willhiK
to pay somebody lo lake him oil"
her hands for a pari uf each day
and  try lo loaoh  his  manners.
Perhaps il may us well be said
here lhal .lime Clemens was the
original uf ''I'liin Sawyer's' Aunt
Polly, and her purl mil us presented in thai bunk is considered
perfect. Kind-hearted, fearless,
looking and acting ten y.-ars older
than her age, as women did in
that lime, always outspoken and
Sometimes severe, she \vii-. regarded as a 'character' l.y her
friends, and beloved by them as a
charitable, sympathetic woman
whom ii was guild to know. Her
sense of pity was abnormal. She
refused lu kill even Mies, nnd punished lhe cai for oalohing mice,
sin- wiuilil drown lhe young kil���
l.-ns when necessary, but warmed
the waler for the purpose, Oo
coming iu Hannibal she joined
llu* Presbyterian church, nnd her
religion was of lhal clean-cut,
strenuous kind which regards as
necessary Institutions hell and
siilnn, though she hnd been
known to express pity for llu*
latter for having been obliged to
surround himself wllh such poor
suciely.    Her children she direcl-
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie und Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
II. Ilm.!"!! Munro
W. Nl. li. lam- Luiley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building; Second Avenue.
eil wiih considerable firmness,
uml ull were tradable ami growing in graoo except little Bam,
Even baby Henry al i��" was lisping the prayers thai Bam would
lol gu bj default unless-carefully
guarded. Ilis sister Pamela, who
was eight years older and always
loved him dearly, usually supervised    Ihese    BplrilUal    exercises,
ami, iii her gentle care, earned
Immortality as the Cousin Mors
of "l'olii Sawyer.' lie wuiild sav
liis prayers willingly enough
when enoouragod by sister Pamela, bill he lunch preferred to sit
up ill bed und tell astonishing
lilies of the day's adventures���
tales which made prayer seem a
i'ulile correotlvo, and oaused his
listeners lo wonder why the lighi-
ning wus restrained so Imig. Thoy
did uul know they were glimpsing lhe Ur.-! outcroppings of a
genius iliiii would ..ne duy amaze
ami entertain the nations. Neigh-
burs hearing uf these things .also
certain of his narrations remonstrated wiili Mrs. Clomons.
" 'You don't believe anything
lhal child says, I hope.'
"'Oh, yes, i know his average.
I disc.unit him ninety per cent.
The rest is pure gold.' "
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       I'hone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
FOR A SMOKING CHIMNEY
Three Hints That Will Brighten
the Fire and Save Fuel.
AI Ihis lime of the year many
housekeepers oomploln <>f ..pen
llrepluces snitiking. Here are
tin  llttlo hints Hint I'rince Ituperl housekeepers might practice with economy for keeping
the ohimney from smoking:
I. I'l.'iee empty tins, such 01
milk tins, salmon or fruil tins, at
the back of lhe grille: Ihey will
send uul a splendid henl.
i'.   sprinkle saltpetre now ami
again un the lop of the lire.
3,    Mix  a   small  pit f zinc
among Ihe coal.
TO   MAKE   CHEESE   CUSTARDS
Cheese Custards���Beal up fmir
eggs, u.Id half a cupful uf boiling
milk,     three     loblcS| n Tills    ut
grated Parmesan cheese, salt
pepper ami paprika; pour Into
small buttered limbale molds,
stirring all the time so as not lo
I.'I lhe cheese sel tie. Steam very
gently until sel. Stamp out
rounds of bread a little larger
than the molds and fry in hot
moiled butler lo a golden color.
Dish one OUSlard on lop Of each,
put a little pile of grated cheese
uu lhe tup and brown in lhe oven.
ALI'ltKD CAIIS.H, C.  V.  UKNMETT, B.A.
of lint mil Columbia of 11 C. Ontario. Bea-
and Minnie.lm llara. katchewan  and Al-
I.Ttr. llara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Bahkistkiis, Notaries, Etc.
Office-1'. -i elieui !���-��� block, cornor Third avenue and
Sixth Btntt I'rince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental (.iteration, ikllfully troatnl. Gaa and
local anailhellc, ndnilitii>.--n-d l-r the painleaa extraction of tooth. CtinaulUtion free. Ofllce,:
llclirerson Itli-ck. 1'nnco Runert. 11-12
Alrx.M.Miii.-rii II.A..      W !'. William.,11.a..I..I..II
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.l
I'.'.o. BOX 2a
I'RINCE RUI'ERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OK SINGING
lllll   or WU.  1 .....in.  1   ej.. A.K.A.M.. I ON.. K.N.;
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire. Life and Accident Inaurancea
618 3rd Avenue Phone :vi and Green 2(2
PRINCE HUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11 tl, Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave*.
Hotel Central �� fl-^3
r ���*������ ��� -i*. ri ami American plan, utoam
I ��� .'��� ���'.. i* ..). ri.. -ii\.-tiM-in i ���     Haf*
II >**���*��� *2 '--i.-r any.       :       :
P.-Iri BUck
Proprietor
=_=E.   EBY   CO.   Co.===
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
KITSUMKALUM - R C.
flimeyjweepiat gj Fsmce OjMJM
CHRISTMAS
Novelties
SILK KIMONAS
fresh from Japan
DRAPERIES
for that  new piano
CENTRE PIECES
that will grace  a table
SILK SHAWLS
specially adapted for evening wear
LINEN
of the finest texture
JABOUR  BROS.
825 Third Av.noe
'THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES
Prepare for winter by getting your furnaces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PiKlkal Ckie-a- S.~p U.irs,   !,., Hetrl. ar
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
-..^.'^el-iie^ir^n ^t.
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani, KMIIALUERS
Funeral   Directora
3rd Ave. near Sth St. Phone No. SS
i ii'***' Ml r.o. soi SM
PONY EXPRESS
araTKHATic merchan���' nr.i.ivienv acavicc
l-wmure. Su-race ami  Fe.rwar.lina AeenU.    For
Rfe, or Motor Car -I-t. or night
Seventh Ave. end Fulton
Pb,.nr .1.11
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER"
flM-NOfl
DIRECTIONS  FOR COOKING A HARE:
FIRST:���"CATCH YOUR HARE"
HHM
To produce good printing you must "first catch your
gootl printer. . . You can't get g^ootl printing from a
poor printer, oven if he work with never so good itn
equipment. If hc larks the "knark," the trained
taste, the single-minded fondness for his work which
real printers havo, he will do poor printing for you.
If hc hns all of those, ami In addition to them nde-
auatc modern equipment,  your printing  will   have
istinction, salesmanship,   the lure of type-beauty.
As this offlce produces good prlnling'yoii may'infer
the presence of a good printer���who is "ratcnablc."
��� I ...Whites Portland Cement.,
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINT1NO OF ALL KINDS SEE THE  "NEWS Jon'
Daily News Building phone 9h Third Avenue
..Grand Hotel..
Worklntfrnan's Home
Free Labor Bsrraa is Coaseclion
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Prop.i.to,
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: N.wspap��ra
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   KRUITS
G.T.P. WHARK
O. C. EMMERSON
AUENT
None 125      Naden Block       StctaJ Ate
Advertise in
The Daily News
fo THE DAILY NEWS
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Ex-Aid. W. P. Lynch Cannot' See
Either the Joke or the Menace of Proposed Wards.
Editor Daily .News
Dear Sir Having noted In your
editorial of the ninth that tlio
plan I'm1 subdividing lho City in
Wards as proposed by the Glty
Gounoil was al its besl it-joko and
ui iis worsl a ti.en.aoe, l tako the
liberty lo ask you for more spe-
ciiii* information on the subjeot
as oven after l have considered
ilii- matter in lho light of the
City .Map I havo failed owing perhaps in in> natural density Lo
set- oither the juke or lho menace l will say lhat in dealing with
suoh matters for persons like
myself who oannol al miro grasp
lhc lino points of a Bubjoot, Thai
it mhuiii be Mi'ii in furnish wllh
Educational oritioism of any plan
a substitute plan whioh would
boiler, in shorl whal I would
like In know is Hum* ypu would
arrange lhe wards and reasons
why in order to save you untl ssary work  I will  tell You
Hiai I fully understand the powers thai may exist By which the
Administration of Ontario nr
Canada may With gerrymander
work I'i'tiiiii the power in the face
of A small majority againsl Ihem,
Bui I have never been Able to Bee
any safe way overcome this feature I would be pleased to learn
thai it is possible Yours Reap
WM.  P.  LYNCH
Baptist Entertainment.
The Baptist Brethren lifld another of Iheir successful entertainments in tin- Molntyrc Hull
last evening. The Brotherhood
has obtained rooms In the Moln-
lyro 1.milling an.l will establish
reading i nis fur the members.
Pantorium   Pioneer   Cleaners,
Phone '..
WILL TALK OF INDIANS
Rev. W. E. Collison Will Deliver
Address at Presbyterian Hall.
One of the most, interesting
evenings to bo spent hy the
Wednesday Evening Club nt the
Presbyterian Churoh will bo hold
tomorrow when Rev. W. E. Collison will deliver an address upon
"The Indians of the Norlh Pacific
Consl."
The full program of meetings
and subjects is as follows:
Hoc.   I.'I.���"The   Indians   of   lhc
North   Pacillc   Coasl,"   Hev.
W. E. Collison.
Deo, SO.���No meeting.
Deo. 27.���iiclhaiiy <>irls' evening.
Jan, 3,���Debate.
Jan.    to.���"Founders    of    the
World's   Religion,"   A,    M.
.Manson.
Jan. 17.���Young Men's evening���
Messrs.  [teams  nnd Arnell.
Jan. 84.���"Reformed Methods of
Treating     Criminals,"     Ilis
Honor Judge Young.
Jan. 31.���Choir concert.
Feb.  7.���"An  Evening  in  Germany," Rev, F. W. Kerr.
Fell.   I I.���"Sir Waller .Scott."
H. Thompson���J. 11. Kelly.
Fell. 81.���Debate.
Feb. 88.���"Hriiish Politics Since
lhe  Boer  War,"  Mr.  ii.  It.
Naden.
Mar. (i.���Address.    .1. S. Cowper.
Mar. 13.���"Tolstoi."
.Mar. L'n.���Cur Canadian Premier.
Mar. 21,���"A Popular Exposition
nf the Hydro-Electric System," Mr. liraham Kearney,
Apr. 3. - 'Mushing II," F. II. Midi-
ley.
Apr. in.���Social .'veiling. Conclusion t.f session.
Toy.-., dulls, games���Wallace's
Christmas Cards.
Largest   assortment   in   town.
Begin   sending  now.     li.ui'l   fail
tu look them over.   Keeley wants
lo see you. If
"The News" Classified Ads.
--(ke Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
ss���
JACK BEATTY APPOINTED
J. R. Will Be Plaeed in Charge of
the Government Wharf.
As forecasted in The [-Jews a
I'cM davs ago, Mr. ,1. II. Until ly
has I.en appointed bj ihe Provincial Qovornmenl lo run the
now wharf for Ihe Government,
-THEY WILL REPAY A OAREFUL LOOKING OVER���
 K �����~	
_4a--a_ee-*���.t--fcaa-a_..JJ B'~l s��***^H*^eSS***^St
j For Rent
IF***^��^M-^W^W-^M-^M��fc4.^iM^A��^*i^M^4#
Pho
150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life      ���
Murine
Accident
Pluto Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared Hircct
nu
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ��� EtOUMi and li.'i.t.iN
a  I.--.-������-*...-mm.*.-**.,���-*..-*...-_..*-��...-_...-��...���_��.-_..^e
Learn to Dance
���AT	
#~
KINGS DANCING ACADEMY
We  refund  your  money  If  ���*�����< it.,  nol
loach you to dunce fur tho   price
of one   ticket
Wedneadaya   and   Saturdaye
In Sona of Enirlan.1 li.,[I at 8 p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY INVITED
For Hi-lit���Niceclonn. wnnn f.itiifnrtiilito  rooms.
li.it.-*. ;i,'ee* anel mi.   King George Hotel.       tf
For llt-nt���Two rimmed oabltl. class tn Mcllride,
freshly iiii|iei-i-d und elenti. enily *ln p.'r iiiun.h.
II  F. McRae & Co. t-f
ins  fm*  ttt'iillt'*
mil Dnsil view
I 398.    Mnilel'li
-.'Sl-'.'SU
lull   RENT    Furnished
men iinl.v; bell local!
ill  llie illy.    I'Iniiie ti
CllllW'lllOlll'OS.
Insurance
"1
J
OUR Companies nre noUM for prompt nnd just
settlements. Wo write every known elaas of
Insurance. Thc Mack Realty nml Insurance Cu.
J Wanted J
*��..������ ��� ^w^.ry.^,1 .�� ii a ,��~~.^i.^ii^.>���_ji
Wnnted to rent or tense liy tirst of January. G or
.'i room modern house, close in. State l.this to
Box KI.
Maternity ntirao open for eniruKomcnt. Apply
Un*. Ji.'.'.. Newa. tf
Wanted. ��� Droasmnklnir. clt-niiinir nnti preas-
it..*. ropnii-inir for men und women Mrs t'iiurles
I'ercher. S*_ll Third Ave.   I'hone UM Knl.      tf
UAnRY- wiiy remain lonely? tiip i.teni
Intir.riir. in ii iluir lead, in liapiitiii'.s. A
-nun., private, high-class, up-to-date
iiieiiiin.i rm* |ii*t.|ii-ii.v introducing worthy,
���iiHiii.iir.iiI.il.  peoplO  nf  uny  lliiliulli.lll.v,
tiiriiiti.   .ik'1.   oi*   itn.iii'i.ii   condition.
innl
Many i-. ��� ��� |��� I.��� walllnir, rich unit poor
Particular, free. Plain, sealed envt lope,
I. i . WiImui. Iih.v  1778, Vancouver, ll. C,
I
Lost and Found
I'llt'M.   1 Sniiill Keys.    liniuireal  News Oll'ire.
225-tf
r
CITY ENGINEER
CROSS-EXAMINED
Makes Statement in Defense of
His Attitude on Final Estimates
Claiming He Avoided Suspicion
of Graft.
.watch the bio fuiinitue
^-'WVv
ST0RB   fur
O.RAND   D1BI>UV
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We have received them in great uuaiititi,.i       "���
something far exceeding any other attemo   In 22       ''ispl"-v
uiii'e Rii|i(if(
WB ARE COMPLETE mm., m**^^
F.   W.   HART Entranee Tldrf Door from Blxth r,
Hart Block
Entrance Third Door from Blxth
Street oa Socond Av���us
8*00000000
Iii Ihe course of his cross-ex-
anuiuilmn by Mr. W. E.���Williams
Ihis morning Gol, Davis, city cn-
(.'inoor, ina.le a statement in reply
lo Judge Clements' comment yes-
Lerday afternoon on tho matter
of the final estimates.
The Judge rofcrred again to
his remark yesterday thai n draft
uf ihe proposed final estimate
should have been submitted to
oonlraotor.
"What you said yesterday, my
lord," said t.ol. Davis to the
Judge, "would be tjullo rlghl
when dealing with business of a
private Ilrm, but in munioipal
work if I submitted lho f] ti ill estimate to the oontraotor before
submitting it to Gounoil the
charge of collusion with the contractors would come up ami nil
kinds of charges of grail, etc,
would be made."
Real Estate
l.��l for Sale In Section .1.  Block 22. Lot
Ave.   Apply Mike Ituiirh, Box toe! City.
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors      Military Brushes       Travelling Cases
Manicure Sets Perfumes Toilet Waters
The Pioneer Druggist
OXaJlL Stare
C. H. ORME
The
Mm 82
FOR SALE
Lot 19
" 10
" 12
Block 33     Sec. 7     Price $575.00       1-3 cash
"2       "7 "   1100.00       1-3   "
"    37        "   7 "   1-100.00       1-3   "
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Lot 16     Block 16     Sec. 2     Price 1050.00 $401.36cash
" 61-62    "    12       "   2       "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
PETER  MdACHLAN Third Avenue
REAL ESTATE TIMBER MINES
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
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15. Tth
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The Jewelery Store
UMBRELLA
AN~   IDEAL    I-IIIIISTMAS    I'TlT
You will find it an altogether
Mi|u*rnir article. . . Haven't
you noticed it'.' . . lr .. t
more, but look at what you
arc getting -not the lucking
in the market at a cheap
price, but the very best money
can buy. . . Suit Case Umbrellas and lota of them -A
new shipment just in.
W0UIDN7 YOU UIE TO SEE IHEN'
Wark's
. ..THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS...
Stenographer
���m*m*a*****\ \
KwH-*rn -i-'ii.-mii'lii-f t.f wiili* i-x i-ii nil.-.' w (in tit
pnaitlnn. Addict* "Sw-mvrap.iiT." 6*2i Cordova St.. Vancouver. H.C. t-f
Water Notice
I. Alft.it Chriattan tlanle of Prlnco Itupert. im*.
.-tilii.tinn Milling En-Tinner, glvo ni.tice thai ��.n the
USth-la) nf Deeentl-er. ll'll. I inlend to apply to
lhe Wnl.-r .*i.itiiiii-.teener nl hia ..dice In I'rlnce
Kuperi f..r a llcenao to tnko and uae two cubic
fee. uf water per tun-ond fn.man unnamed atream
In lhe Dlatrlcl of Omit linnn.-.'.. Skeena llivlnion.
I-l mile en.l of the Tyee Slntlnn. U.T.I'. Ilv.
Tlie .valor ia I., be taken from ill" .li.-atti alajilt
i.ne half mile above it - nutlet, and la to be uaed
f..r developing t>..��er fora-iuary altuated at the
outlet of aaid creek, alonu* the Hallway irradc.
AI.KHEI) . 111:! ��� I UN UARDE
Dated Nov. 2Mb. 1911. .l.*,*
Tenders Wanted
-
Tenders will he received by the un-
' tiersigned un to Dee. 15,   1911,  for 60
tons of coal (mine run).   Delivered in
5 ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
Christmas and New Year Hampers
For twelve consecutive years the (Jold Seal Liquor Company have had an assortment of Holiday Hiimi.cn.
unequalled hy any other wine or liquor house in British Columbia. And why should tin* not b? the X"
SL32f*^iS0n,panyvthtt '"iS*?* Christinaa hampers-en the Pacific Coast, and alt,oughotbei*; quickly
copied the idea we have regularly presented a list tbat for genuine value and |>opular variety olNtOoSs has
always earned  the  expressed  appreciation  of customers. variety oi gtxxis nas
MADE AND
REPAIRED
Shoes..
JOHN CURRIE
I . ���-. I. AVCNVI ��� - nUNCI MTKRT
Christmas Gift Problem
Easily Bolvod at Keeley's Pharmacy fcm the diversified line of
Hand Painted Qold Laid China,
in Steins, Tobacco .Inrs, Ash
Trays, Sugar Howls, Cups nnd
Saucers, elc. A suilable gift is
easily dooidod upon. If
Christmas Giving
There is more than one article here suitable for i	
ing that will compel your inspection and anurs     ,  selection."
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make;   Q.   B.   D.   spiral
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holri.rs,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobacco Jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars ami
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
���STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT���
H. B. Campbell
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THE  a-a. n***-^*^.! �����**���>-. a-******, aa^.a-a...-e...��*
Christmas Season.
ai Keeley's a large assortment
of just the proper sifts for "him"
or "her." tf
Geo. D. Tite's
/
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vancoaier or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
*^*mm***ataW***t
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   Phone lit!
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shows the way to furnish your home with quality and economy,
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful than ��� com*
fortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of roo.1
Dining Room Furniture,  Buffets, China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs-leather seal-
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 |
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Eoru nr White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Portiers, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
For Good Values io Carpels and Rugs all sizes. Now is Your lime lo Buy <���
GEO. D. TITE -  The Home Furnisher |
THIRD AVENUE, I'HONE 20
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Read The Daily News
Hamper A
1   bottle  Hold   Seal   "XXX"  Fine  Old
Cognac  Brandy
1   bottle Sanderaon'e "Mountain  Daw"
Scotch  Whiskey
1   bottle   Qold   Seal   Special   Rye���8-
year-old
1  bottle "81. eimo" Native Port Wine
1  bottle "St. -Ermine" Sweet Catawba
Wlna
e plnta "Jack o* Henna" Ciport Beer
���Chrialmaa   Brew
e  pints Qold Seal Dry Olnger Ala
17   holt lea NET   PRICE   $4.40
All   freight  charges   prepaid   to   naareat
freight  station.
Nne Old Ing-
Hamper B
1  bottle   Oold   Seal   "XX"   Fine   Old
Cognac Brandy
1  bottle S.-itidaraon'a "Mountain Dew"
Scotch Whiskey
1   bottle   Oold   Seal   Special   Rye���8-
year-old
1  bottle "Two Eagle" Cnnfornln Port
Wine
1  bottle "T.wo Eagle" California Sherry Wine
1 bottle  "St.   Vista"  Old   Sweat  Catawba  Wine -1806
1 bottle   Napa   _   Sonoma   California
Eatra Claret
6 pints "deck O' Hearta" Eaport Beer
���Chrialmaa Brew
e plnte   Oold   Seal   "XXX"   Stout   or
India Pale Hie���Xmas Brew
19 bottles NET PRICE $5.60
All   freight   charges  prepaid   to  nearest
freight atallon.
Hamper C
2 bottles   California   "Three    Eagle"
Zlnfandel   (Olaret)
1 bottle    Napa    A    Sonoma    "Three
Eegle"  Angelica  Wine
1  bottle Carter's Eatra Fin
llah Olnger Wine
1  bottle Sanderson's "Mountain  Daw"
Scotch Whiskey
1 bottla  Qold  Seel  "XXX" Fine Old
Cognac Brandy
1  bottle   Oold   Seel   Special   Rye���a-
year-old
6 plnta Oold Seal  Dry Olnger Ale
12 plnta "deck O' Hearta" Eaport Beer
���Chrialmaa Brew
2S boltlee NET PRICE SS.BO
Hamper D
1 bottle "Doctor's Special" Old Scotch
Whiskey
1 bottle "Throe Seal" e-year-old Canadian Rye
1 bottle Oold Seal "XXX" Fine Old
Cognao Brandy
1 ""Sill, ?���* ��*n<<"��** Wh'ls "alt
Whlakey
1 bottle   Oold   Seal   "Selected"   Old
Irish   Whiskey
1 bottle    Napa    *    Sonoma    "Three
Eagle" Port Wine
1 bottle    Napa    A    Sonoma    "Three
Eagle" Sherry Wine
1 bottle    Napa    4    Sonoma    "Three
Eagle" Muscat Wine
1 bottle    Napa    -    Sonoma  "Three
Eegle" Tokay Wine
1 bottle   (pint)   Horace   dark   Over-
proof Jamaica Rum
1  bottle (pint) Bond A Oo.'a London
Old Tom Q In
11  hollies NET PRIOE $8.10
All  freight  charges  prepaid  lo   nearaat
freight station.
Hamper E
1 bottle Cernol Freree' "XXX" Champagne  Cognac   Brandy
1 bottle Senieraon'a "Orand Special"
Scotch  Whiskey
1 bottle "Three Seal" S-year-old Canadian Rye
1 boule Johnaon'a Martini or Manhattan  Cocktails
1 bottle    10-year-old    French    Black
Cherry Wlna
2 boillea   Napa   A    Sonoma   "Three
Eagle"  Zlnfandel  (Claret)
1   bolt..   Nape     A     Sonoma     "Three
Eagle' 'Fort Wine
1 bottle   (pint)   Bardlnal'a   Cr.ma   de
Mentha
0 pints    Oold    Seal    "XXX"    Invalid
Stout���Xmaa Brew
12 pints "deck O' Hearts" Pale Eaport
Beer���Xmaa Braw
27 bottlea NET PRICE t!> 16
.. I1..""'.'"I* *****   prepaid  to  nearest
freight station.
Hamper F
2 plnta  Haldsleck's  "Red  Top   Mono-
pole"  Champagne
1 bottle    "Eau    de    Nol��"    French
Liqueur
1  bottle "Old  Mull" Scotch Whlakey
1  bottle "Three Seal" e.year-old Canadian Nye
1 bottle Johnson's Martini or Manhattan Cocktails
1 bottla Lion Amontillado Dry Table
Sherry
1 bottle  "V.   S.   O."  Rich   Old   Porl
Wine
1  bottle   Bond   A   Co.'a   London   Old
Tom Oln
1 boltle Horace dark Fins Old Orer-
proof Jamaica Rum
12 pints   Pabsl   Blue   Ribbon   Beer���.
Beat beer In the World
22 bottlea NET PRIOE $16 10
All   freight   charus   prepaid  to  nearest
freight station.        tT
��C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agenla
Orders promptly Mini.   Pricea reasonable.
OFFICE-H. II Rorhc.ler. Centre SL    Thnn. 6h
we buy nm
We Pay Highest Prices
for Bran, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Sold��r,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Fine View Corner
V SECTION   TW
$2,250
-IN SECTION   TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
The Paper    THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
for
Your Home!
It gives you all the news of your own city and diatrict as well as the principal happenings
in all parts of the world. The news is well edited^ its news colurnnsare'clcan and whple;
some. It is a paper you need in your home. The advertising columnSjOfm^Jig^l-SnM
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money, j	
ml '"''I" ��,ov'ry H"m.P"����""nR the month nfDfcernbcp, will be sent our Beautiful Holiday Souvenir
1,,-turt. n rsproduotlon fn colors of ths world famous picture "THE BAREFOOT BOY " Wl.rrcv,r
fe "����? ll!t9, l!"8 Ture hfls ?]w-,*>'�� *tr*l**. ***** man-y of our customers wiM htjfeto *Utm t_h��
CSllsnt copy which  is of a very United  edition  and particularly suitable for framing.
All  hampers  are in  plain  CUSI  with  no marks to indicate contents, and prices named arc freight prepaid to noatrst
freight station.    Write for handsomely illustrated 40-pB,re catalogue.
Gold Sea! Liquor Co., Limited oIM��l!;L^I
era of the Paolfl- r*nnai
CR. NADEN COMPANY
l-imiled.
Sacond Ave., Princa Rupart, B.C,
THE ATHENL-Newtorber Shop
Try  ua i.nre and you
will aleraya come back
DENNIS SV0R0N0S 122 61b :
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
In  Commercial Printing
we have a large stock of
(Jj-yltjllr^ lAltil'vi **H r-.ll'r* [rV r *1
We handle Blank Ledger
Forms   for   Loose
Leaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
memMia��r����������--��*"^"">*"^""~"'~
____I_S_______j_jlng1_we ensure correctness of style and taste in VisitingCards,J^gdcling
Invitations and Dance Programmes.   For any kind of printing fj_omJj^J_jigb!lI!-!g^^-
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "Newa Job "_
Daily News Building
PHONE   98
Third Ave
PHONE   08
j-ami*H.-.

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