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L II, NO. 295
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupekt, B.C.. Tuesday, December 26. 1911,
8:30 p.m.
e Cents
OWN OF NELSON SHOCKED
BY A CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY
Albert balsom, a robber who had planned to enter
the manhattan 8al00n, shot and killed two men
i named barton and gould���shot down himself.
& (Canadian Press Despatch.)
HNpIsoii, Dec. 20���A shocking
Christinas tragedy has occuri-tHl
At this town, ns a result of which
tarn men named Harton and
Buhl are dead, and nnulhcr nam
��� Arthur liiilsom is arrested on
���charge of murder and made
OOnfi'ssitin.
���Thr   first   intimation   of   lho
erinii' nt'iii'i't'.l mi Saturday morning when the dead hiulies nf Uar-
ton illl.l Could were fnunil iiii llie
floor   of  lhe   Manhattan   saloon.
Both ho.lies lay in pools of hlood
end were full of pistol shots.    Ill
another corner of tho saloon lay
tbe body of Hiilsoin, who though
eirit'ii-lv wounded wns still nlivp.
BfBnlsom was given medical at-
ftenli'iM. and towards evening was
^peslioncd about the affair.    Hc
mil led (u tho officers lhal he
done thu shooting.    Ho said
I he planned to rob the saitl,' after Hie    customers    had
no on thc Friday night.   Hu had
Hnkcn into the place when lliir-
Kn and Uould entered, and tried
I 1
to arrest, him. He pulled out a
gun and shot Ihem both down.
While riarlon lay on tho floor
wounded he managed to pull his
own gun and shot    I3uls ,  so
lhal the robber was unablo to escape.
SIR CHARLES TUPPER WORSE
Venerable Ex-Premier of Canada
Given Up by Dootors
(Gnnntliuii Press Despatch.)
London, Dee. 26���Physlolans
in charge of Sir Charles Tupper
express grave anxiety for his
condition, in spite of light Improvement yesterday, last night
llie physicians Innl praolioally
given up hope (hat he will lusl
more than Iwo Or Uu .lavs.
ARBITRATORS APPOINTED
In Case of Rev. Mr. Tomlinson vs.
O. T. P. Over Rlght-of-Way.
Arbitrators were appointed this
morning in lhe case of Hev. Mr.
Tomlinson of Meanskiiiisht vs.
tho O. T. P. over right-of-way
across the missionary's laud
The following were appointed by
Judge Young: Mr. J. F. Hilcliio,
for the U. T. P., P. A. Carss, ami
for Hev. Mr. Tomlinson J. H. Ilil-
diieh. The arbitrators will be
sworn in on Wednesday.
MONTENEGRINS
USED KNIVES
Ugly Scrap at Kitsumkalum on
Christmas Eve���Two White
Laborers Wounded in Racial
Fight.
NELSON MAN IS
LOST IN SLIDE
Was Completely Carried Away,
and No Traoe of Him Can Be
Found���Two Companions Were
Rescued.
MADE RECORD SCORE
A. D. McArthur Made Score of 300
In Bowling
Alderman .Newion will open his
mayoralty campaign iu thu Presbyterian Church hall tonight.
Chair taken at H p. in. lie present
and hear local issues discussed.
to start work
Ion Hudson line
-;'- 	
��� ******* Road to Hudson's Bay to be
k- Government Owned���May Also
J; Have    Government    Line   of
Steamships to Europo.
OHRISTMAS MU8IO
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
a Winnipeg,  Dec.  26���Work on
���pr construction  of lhe  line of
B|ilway In Hudson's Hay will be
���b-occedt-d with at ouce.    II is lo
r**Bbe a governmeni owned and i*"\-
"^���nment operated line. A line of
nips owned by thc governmeni
lay also operate between Hud-
Ion's Bay and  Europe,  in con-
juiifin.ii  with    the    government
line.
RIGHT-OF-WAY  CASE
���Arbitrators in Tomlinson vs. 0.
T. P. Sworn In Today.
Arbitrators   A.   Carss,   J.   F.
���til.'hie  and J.  II.  llildilch,  appointed   by   the   Courl   and   tin*
parlies concerned in lhe case nf
\c\*.  rtnborl Tomlinson vs.  Ihe
i. T. P. regarding right-of-way
ll Meauskinishl, took oulh today
in   the   Police Curl.    They arranged lO meet oil the 25th .Inn-
[uary, IHI2, t nliiiuc the busi-
ii.-*- of arbitration.
R.  0.   Church   Midnight  Servloe
Attracted Very Large Crowd.
Very beautiful was lhc music
al the Christmas midnight service held in Ihe It. C. Church of
Prince Ituperl on lhc night of the
2lib. The ohuroh was thronged
to the doors, and the congregation, whieh included many persons of olher .I.'iii.iiiiiiiiI nui.*.. look
quite Id minutes lo disperse.
Rev. Father Bunoi preached lhe
Ohrlstmas sermon. The decoration of the church in evergreens
was richly carried out.
Counoil Every Night
Every nighl tin's week, except
perhaps Friday, the city council will meel In order to rush the
lusl municipal business before
the election campaign and
end of llie year.
llie
Alderman Newl.ui will open Ilis
mayoralty campaign In ihe pree-
byterlan Church hall tonight.
Chair taken nl H p. in. lie present
and hear local issues discussed.
At Kiisiinikniiiin mi Christmas
Eve an ugly scrap look place between while laborers and .Montenegrins, wiih the result that Iwo
white men, named Conolly und
Williams, were wounded with
knives. Conolly, who was cut
severely on ihe neck, is under the
.���are >.f Dr. Eggert. Williams,
whose lefi nrm was slashed, did
iml require medical treatment-
Two Montenegrins, Joe Sainens
and Iloyilnii Hjeelilieh, are in the
custody of the Provincial Police
in ei.iineelioii with the affair, The
dispute occurred at Camp Six,
Kilstiiiikaliim, and lhe men were
all employees of the railway con-
traotor there. The trouble was
ih.- result of uu early celebration
"f Xmas, during wlieih old grlev-
anves were raked up. Magistrate
McMullin will hear lhe evidence
when the case is ready.
K'nniiiiiaii Press Despatch.)
.Nelson,   Dec.   I'd- -Tin leu
named Blair, Thomas and Ross,
wei aught  In a snowslido at
Noble No, five mine at San.lon on
Saturday, Roia was carried half
a mile, but sueeei'de.l in digging
himself out. Blair also escaped
with minor injuries, Iml Thomas
was completely   buried   and no
trai f linn can be found.
MIDNIGHT MARAUDER
Not Santa Claus, but an Unwarrantable Intruder on Xmas Eve.
Last Till Thursday.
The steamer Curaooa passes
south this afternoon aliout I
o'clock and will carry mail from
Prince Ituperl. This is Ihe Inst
I.mil soulh until Thursday nighl
"it came upon a midnight
olear" oul on sixih Avenue on
Christmas Eve, bui il wasn't a
glorious song of old iu Ihis case
but the sound ..f breaking glass,
as au alien named Edatrom endeavored lo find his way Into lhe
resident f Mr. ami Mrs. Smith.
Edatrom strenuously objected lo
the   efforts   mad.*   In   show   him
here ho had made a inislak
and as a result will appear in Hi
pol eniiri iiii Wednesday,
In a private maloh on Saturday
nighl at Morrison's bowling alley
Mr. A, D. McArthur, of tbo Foley,
Welch & Stewart staff, iniitle a
score of 300 lho highest possible. Th is is a unique foat, and
is said lo be the only lime on rc-
oord mi ib.- ooasl lhal a bowler
has aooomplishod thp foal.
PORTLAND CANAL
IS NOW SHIPPING
Mine Has Obtained $21,676 on Its
First Three Shipments of Concentrates and More Is Coming.
SPECIAL PARCEL BOAT
S. S. Prinoess Beatrice Expected
With Heavy Ohrlstmas Mall.
A   litlle  belated,  but   none   the
less well e, will be the arrival
<>r the C. p. H. Princess Beatrice,
which was expected about noon
loday wiili all llu- heavy mail for
Christmas. This will be lhe IIist
visit of the BoatrlOO since her
mishap.
Busy Waterfront.
Christmas Kve saw quite a
busy waterfront. The Venture
called, also the Prince Albert ami
ihe Prince .lohn. The Capilano
put ill, also the lug MoGulloUgh
amongsl ilu* smaller bouts.
The meeting of lhe Hal.*|.ayi*i
tssoolalion announced for Friday
'veiling has been postponed, II
will be held in Hie Mclnty i. Hal!
'I..esiliiy evening, December "0,
at H::io. Members only a.-- in-
tileti. 21
Not Yet, but Soon.
Asked ibis in.truing whether he
could not imw divulge for publication lhe names of those
picked for the nldermanio ticket
by tile Properly Holders' Associa
lion, Mr. E, FL-xmim, secretary,
..inl thai Ihese cannot be made
public until afler Friday's mooting, recommendations only lieing before lho executive nl pros-
t'llt.
The Poll land Canal mine, ue-
oordlng to a recent statement
published l.y E, Jacobs, one of
ihe best informed mining correspondents in lhc province, hns
shipped 1,51(1 Ions of iron and
lend concentrates lo southern
smellers, containing values in
gold and silver approximating
121,076, Besides llie llireo shipments embodied in Ibis total a
fourth shipment ii nl the Stewart
dock awaiting transportation.
Tins shipment la expected lO/0on-
Iiiiii higher average values, the
mill feed having been nf such a
character lo warrant ihis expectation. Including ibe consignment at the thick the total shipments by lhe railway lo tidewater
111'.'   slightly   In   excess   of   2,000
lolls.
'PRINCE ALBERT' BROUGHT
SAD NEWS THIS CHRISTMAS
CHIEF ENGINEER C. G. WILSON, R. N. R., DIED SUDDENLY OF
HEART FAILURE JUST BEFORE THE VESSEL LEFT VANCOUVER���WAS WELL KNOWN IN PRINCE RUPERT.
I'alll.el lllln
Phone t.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
Wiih tragic suddenness just
before Christmas lhe dculh occurred Of C. (i. \\ lis.HI,  lt. N. It.,
it. li., chief engineer of the
steamer Prince Alberl. Mr. Wilson was seized with heart failure
while walking ou deck us lhe
steamer lay in Vanoouver, and
bad passed away before medical
aid arrived. He had just mude
arrangements to go ashore, and
wus walking toward lhe gangway
when he was seen lo I brow up liis
hands an.l fall heavily backward.
Helped up at once by his brother olllcei's ou lhe Albert, the Chief
Engineer seemed at Oral like!) lo
come around all right. He was
able lo go down to bis room and
��� -1 iiiili Into Ins bunk, but he had
been Ibei nly a few moments
when in- remarked lo (he Second
Engineer, who was wiih him:
"Tin's is tlie end, Mr. Bell," and
died almoal Immediately.
Borne strange presentiment of
the event .seems to have possessed ihe deceased, for ihough it
waa Ihoughl al the lime the Albert made ber landing ai Vancouver   lllill   she  would  be  there
but a few hours, the Chief Engineer himself suid .-. very little
while before he fell: "Tho boat
will pull ..ui ai to tomorrow."
Arrangements for the chief's
funeral did delay the boat until
about  that  time.
Chief Fngh i* Wilson was ono
of Iho men who brought the Albert from England. ii<- was previously wiih the While Star Lino
of Liverpool, and ull his relatives
are iu Britain, His wife and son
are in London and he has a
brother iu Glasgow.
Deceased was u member of tho
Masonic order of high standing,
his home lodge lieing in Little-
Ion, N. /. The funeral was held
in Vancouver tinder Masonio
auspices with full ceremonial.
The lale Mr. Wilson wus about
17 years of age. He was well
known nnd very well liked in
Prince lluperl, where his llgure
wa- a familiar ..ne.
FISH CURING STARTS
L. Crippen's "Boneless Herring"
Industry Now in Full Swing.
Salt Herring Cargo.
Willi n full cargo of boxed salt
herring iu bond from Kelchiknn
to Vancouver, ibe steamer British
Columbia pul into Prince Ituperl
..ver lhe Chrialmaa week-end and
Weill   iiii   soulh.
Tha Presbyterian club will
bold its nexi meeting on January 8rd. There will he no mooting tomorrow night.
NOTICE
A mooting of the Property Owners' Association of Prinoe iiup-
i'i'l will be held in the Presbyterian ohuroh ball on Fourth ave.
mi Friday, lhe 21��lh Dec, ill 8 p.
ui.   aii members ami Intending
members are rcpicsled to be presold for lho purpose of recommending candidates fm- Mayor
ami Alderman, The annual fee
i�� 11,00, Enrollment of mem-
bora will lake place.   Everybody
should .-om.1. .'it
Lionel Crippen's new herring
curing iiiilti-.il> tin Digby Island
is to.lav in full swing. Under llic
iiiiiiuigeiiient of Mr. I.. A. (il'.'cii,
���iu experienced Qsherman, and n
l.sh curing expert from New
Brunswick, the Drst of the rush
of herring to (he harbor are being
taken cure of, Mr. Green remarks
lhal In- has never seen such mag-
niiieeni opportunities for Hsh
curing as are here iu Itupert. "I
look for many liit-ge lish curing
Industries here soon," he said,
"and employment for hundreds
and hundreds of employees
when "Prince Ruporl lish products
.ecome known abroad."
LONGSHOREMEN
HAD GOOD TIME
Christmas Social Held In I. W. W.
Hall Proved a Great Success���
A Capital Program Was Given
���Two Hundred Attended.
Tom and Jerry al tho Suvoy.
First Shot.
Alileruiati Newton has on-
nouncod thai he will speak lonighl iu ibe Presbyterian Ohuroh
Hull I., open his mayoral campaign.
WHERE THE BOY EMPEROR  OF CHINA SITS IN STATE
Miss    Nyiiiiin. of Beattie,   has
.-pencil dressmaking parlors wltb
(Miss Hai'beau. "
BUTCHERED BY RUSSIANS
port That Cossacks Have Killed
a Thousand Peralana.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London. Deo. *'**'������n***'n* ���""''-
|ely Is fell here following reports
Jthol more than a thousand Persians have been slaughtered in a
clash   With   llussinn   tTOOpi
Tabriz
nl
tbrlt.
It is slated lhal lhe O.ssiicks
.illchered peaceful citizens in
.he sll Is, nnd could nol be coll-
irollcd by their offlosrs.
WILL SHIP ORE
Northern Terminus Joins Ranks
of Shipping Mines.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Stewart, Dec Mi���The Norlb-
ern Terminus will ship BBOUl ���*"
ilonsofhigh-grn. ro within the
ttiexl    Tew   days.     Supcrinlcntlciil
)i.ov Clothier aii.l a force ..Much
"nre now al lhe properly I ding
-.the load over which 111 *���' ������>*���
be rawhldod,
Aldermsn Newton Will open his
mayoralty campaign in <���������' *****
��� Dlerinn Church hall lonlfM.
j! Chair taken al 8 p.m. Heprestiil
1 and hen.- local issues discussed.
���"Mv-ecwmiooo s^****)'****-
iEFTHJtONB ROOM OF THE l-.MPMiolt'i. PALACE.
A PATHETIC FIGURE I
Tho Little toy-Emperor Sits on a
Tottering Throne.
The   iii He     boy-emperor   of
china lives iu a beautiful palace
iu llie I'lU'linl'li'ii Cil . in the
liearl of Pekin, lie is only five
tears old. l.ul surrounded by all
ibe pomp and mookor; ibai is
iissociiiieil wiih royal courts, h.is mil. nominally ihe ruler. In
effect, be is ruled by llie Miineliu
princes who are at lho court,
ll   is a palllCllO speclllfle lo see
tin. lilili- child on his loitering
llliiiiie sending OUl each day liles-
sagos lo Ilis people granling new
concessions In liberty. These
messages aro,,of course, concocted bj Hi.' .Mtt ni*h ti princes, and
are signed Ii. Hie in lit ii I rulor
wiili iii- own hand n pitiful at-
ii'inpt lm arouse sympathy. Some
nl   Hie   n nssnpcs   I linn   ludl-
,���rims in their offorl to catch
llu* popular seiiliineni  when  lhe
liitle Emperor assures his i pie
thai ll gb be lm- i it misled
hy bis mix Isers In the pa-i ho in-
leniN lo lls-i'l'l  III- own jllil|Jllleill
iii the future.
The s|. I'laeie or this 5-yoar-
nlil Emperor, debarred from the
happiness nnd n dom Ihnl lhe
,-liii.i nf the pnnresl pnasanl on-
,,,,., i- ilu* musl pnthrlio spoo-
,���,.���,. m n,,e present Chlnnsc upheaval.
Fresh    Eastern    Oyslors    In
shell ui Bhrubsall'i Market, Third
avenue. 21
llu Chrialmaa night the longshoremen of Prince Ruperl held
n successful social in Ihe I. W. W.
Hall on Third avenue. A splendid
program of songs wus presented
an.i liberal refreshments wont iho
round of the big throng of
guests. A real good I into was
going. As chairman Mr. C.
Hunter dlrootcd the evening's
.. in u -i-iiM- it I splendidly.    Amongst
those contributing to the pro-
gram  wen-  Messrs.  W.  Kelly,  II,
Kleloher, 0. Qauld, F. li. Nelson,
Sydney AldoUS, Murphy, Hanger,
Hughes  ami Lambert,  who ro-
.ponded lo repealed encores. The
ball was brightly lighted and tie.���
ornlc.1   for   Hi -elision,   which
proved a repetition of the suc-
cossful Oral social held by the
longshoremen lust year.
Ser.o i. Charge Laid.
During ibe Xmaa week-end nn
alleged   sssaull   oaso   affecting
well-known   persons   In   Pi inc..
ituperl business circles cams be-
I fore    lho    poliOO,    e.M.I    III.*    foClS,
lilioin.li kepi a- -I t a- possible
by ihe authorities, have gone
broadcast   In   various   versions
>.\er (lie eilv.
tii.* charge, whioh is innl l.y
Mr c. D. Newion, lho real estate
man.   allege-.   Hint   bis   daughter
��.i- assaulted bj Mr, M. Alberl
while ui a parly on Thompson
-ti i on Wednesday nighL   Mr.
\ll>.it   Is   lield  nil  110,000  bonds
ami ibe hostess, who Is obarged
wiih oonnivanoe, on 13,000 bonds.
The ai'iiiseil pari te. say Ihey have
an ample anawcr lo the charge,
Tin preliminary bearing will be
beiii tomorrow,
Mrs. C, D, Newton, who was
also a guesl at ibe parly, left for
Vancouver on Thursday nighL
Alderman Newion will open Ins
mayoralty campaign In lhe Prea-
ln I.'iiuii    Church    bull    lonighl.
Cbalr taken ill H p. m.    lie present
luml  bear   local   issues  discussed.
Carol Singers.
\ part) numbering some twelve
m- iirii.ii i.-i'in. ami gentlemen
...���ni ib.' round ..f Prinoe Rupert's
principal residences mi Christina. Eve carol singing. Thoy begun ai i,. W. Pniiii'.ri's borne, and
finished up al Hie hospital, Tho
-mn >.r *io wa�� realized for thai
Institution,
THE ENTRANCE TO THK ROYAL PALACE, PEKIN.
The Ratepayers' Association
Impels tonight iu the Mcintyre
jliaii ai k.:iii p.m. All members
lure requested i" be present, ..'-....   .. .
v:i.'"
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Tuesday. Dec. 26
THE COUNCIL kHD THE CONTRACTORS
A Business Man Writes to The Newa Giving Hla Opinions About the
Council's Aotlona In the
As n citizen of Prince Hupert 1 note with more than casual
interest the report in the Prince llupert Journal of December Bind
of the proceedings of the City Council upon tlie question of the
claims of the contractors untl the pending lawsuits, tic. The position aired by thc Mayor that "there were OOntraotOM who needed
their money and he did not think it proper to keep Ihem out of it
longer than was absolutely necessary" appears to be rather Inconsistent with his actions in the S. 11. Watson ti Company case, where
it came out lhat tlie Mayor bad refused to sign a cheque for quite
a considerable sum which was not in dispute and which counsel
ot the trial admitted was due and owing.
The exposition of Alderman Hilditch, looking at the mutter
solely from tlie Council's point of view, is probably true; when he
says Mr. Justice Clement has left the situation with respect lo
liquidated damages in a very unsatisfactory stale, he is doubtless
revealing the true sentiment of certain members of the Council.
I have never yet known a case where the outcome of a lawsuit was
BSlisfBOtory to the loser, and can understand that lhe Counoil is
not pleased with the defeat and roasting it has received. Hut the
voluble John goes on lo say that Mr. Justice Clement has decided
as lo the strike period referring to the question of liquidated damages but not for the remainder. If tins is the case, why is the city
called upon to pay, and why is the Council talking appeal*?
Prior to the lawsuits I understand the Council deducted liquidated damages for all delays. Including the strike period, in excess
of tbe extensions granted during Ihe progress of the work, due to
hindrances cause by the city.    Now the Council hns moved n little
further along and is willing to allow s. ii. Watson *.\ Company for
the strike period although Mr. Justice Clement hns ruled against
any liquidated damages at all . and apparently is willing lo waive
all liquidated damages as against non-litigant contractors who will
arbitrate. This surely means (hat the Council is prepared lo grant
to non-litigants the benefits fought for and won by lhe litigants
lo whom Ihese rights are denied. Uul is this boon offered to the
non-litigant contractors, so golden as it looks? The true inwardness of the matter would appear to be that there are other
matters Covered by lhe judgment in the Watson case which the
CoOttOil does not like, and it is holding out the waiver of liquidated
damages us a bail to induce non-litigant contractors (o come int..
an arbitration tribunal presided over presumably by tin* City Engineer, who has declared himself as opposed lo the allowance granted
in the Watson judgment for back tilling the excavation in muskeg
below grade, who has also slated his position regarding plank roadways, extra expense on account of retaining walls, elc. Is tins not
like promising a peacock to leave it one plume in its beautiful tail
if it will trust itself unreservedly into the hands of the plume
merchant? If the entire matter were left lo the arbitrament of an
independent arbitrator, such as Judge Young. Ihe mailer might not
bo open to such serious objection, provided the city undertakes to
pay the cost.
Thc real character of the proceedings is revealed in the remarks
of Alderman Newton ond Ihe Mayor.    It was only a few inonlhs
ago when the citizens of Prince Rupert were smiling to see how
quickly Aldennan Newton rushed into court when the former Council
refused to pay his printing bill in full.    Now he alleges lhal lhe
contractors, or rather their lawyers   have acted with undue haste
against the city.   He hns either undergone a remarkable change of
heart or Is looking at the mailer from a different standpoint from
that in which he stood a year ago.   I cannot, however, see the justice
of his criticism.   I believe the city had ample time lo decide upon
its course.    It apparently did so decide and il was up to (he contractors to move and move quickly.    Whenever I employ solicitors
I always control their movements in matters of haste or delay in
action.    I  have followed these cases carefully and am Oonvinoed
that there was only one thing fur lhe coiilrnclors to do, and that
was to net quickly.   In the first place it was not fetfsible It. (ry these
actions elsewhere Ihuit at Prince Ituperl.   Anyone who knows anything about the expi-ii f taking witnesses to outside points knows
this. If this ease had been trie.I in Vancouver, H would have <������'>!
Ihe city twice as much: in this respect the plaintiffs were kind to
the city. In the second plac-. had these eases not been tried al the
past civil sittings of the Supreme Court here it is not at all likely
that a hearing muld have been had until next spring, and it is
ridiculous for Alderman Newion to talk of undue hosts under Ihe
circumstances. Delay might have meant ruin to the contractors.
In the third place, it was in the interest of every business man in
Prince Ituperl to have the mailer settled speedily. I know in many
cases large accounts art owing by the contractors lo local merchants
which cannot be met until the contractors are paid. Alderman
Newton's cry strikes me as being the reverse of Aesop's fable of the
boys throwing stones at the frogs. He complains because Ihe contractors do not stand still to be killed.
II is clear that the remarks of Alderman Newton and Mayor
Manson were aimed at Williams ���.-. Manson lhe City Solicitor makes
that plain . who are known to be personae ingralae with some ot
the city fathers. There is little doubt in Ihe minds of many independent onlookers that the private spleen of the city fathers is
largely responsible for its actions. This, as a citiien, I resent.
I believe it is the duty of the city fathers to do justice regardless of
Iheir own private animosities. II is DOl likely .he Council will love
lhc lawyers who defeated them, although surely some admiration
is due. but to penalize the contractors because you don't like Iheir
lawyers is petty and childish. The contractors are free lo choose
the lawyers whom Ihey believe most capable, and il is no business
of (he Council whom (hey be. We have had one instance where this
Council appealed from the judgment of Mr. Justice Clements and
fared worse, nnd I would jusi like to remind tho Council lhat ll is
just possible lhat in this case Mr. Justice Clements has handed
down the judgment which the C.ourt of Appeal- would give if
called upon. A DUSINEisS MAN.
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Fine View Corner
,1 SECTION   TW
$2,250
-IN SECTION   TWO���
A  REAL LIFE TRAGEDY
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 1*1, 15, Block 88, Section 5
tR. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Shoes..
MADE AND
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JOHN CURRIE
second aw'M'i: -        -      rmse-.: xemsT
W BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass. Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
73S THIRD AVE.
I HUTlCA VC CARTAGE and
UMtoAlO     STORACE
C T. P. Tranifer Agent*
Ofdm pranpUjr AIW.   I*rlr*t rmaonabl*.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rochntn*. Ontrr St     rhonit
Windsor Hetel
first avonn AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furniibed and
Steam Heated Roomi
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
PATES 50 CBNTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE  TO  Cl'ESTS
W. H. Wright. Prop       r.o. nx 37
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD .w i
Plumbing. Heating, Steamfitting and
Sheet Metal Work
Offlce: Jrd Av*. Work,hop
Phon. 171 .'nl A..*   1. :   :th .tul-ih St.
New
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Hotel
BESNER A BESNER.  Paopairroiw
Th* X*. Knox ll*-..*! Ii run on Ih. Eui-f-tM-ari
plan' Finl-claM t-rrrlr.. All lh. Ulnt M-jdern
Impr~-m*nu. ���:-:��� I1EDB hie UP
FIRST AVENLE. PRINCE RUPERT
..Whites Portland Cement..
O. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
rW 125      fairs Bled       Ssnd Ass
NOTICE
Mullre i�� bei-ehy -riven Ihst in applica*
tieii nm in- made in the Legislative M-
-i nilil.v nf the Province of British Columbia
tl III ti-'Vi ��.*��.e>itiii for an art amrnnni
-.. iimi 3 of Ihe liiili-h i elii-iiln* A Alia**
liallnay Art. i i ��� (Ch. &��, -unite- or
Hrtil��Ii i ..liimbia, 1910), by striking oul
all ihe words afler Ihe wtird "Columbia"
in Line io of said Section and suli-uiinline
therefor Ibe following:
"And or rrom l>.rl Oeorgi- In * nnrlti
esslerlj* direilli.it In Ihe valley of the
Parsnip Illver by wav of tori MrLeod,
Ibenre aluna* lhe Parsnip River lo * Junction wllh the Peace Illver. Ibencr along
Ihe valley of Ihe Finlay River Ihr.iurli
Siflon Pass, ihence down lhe silken**
Illver In a jumllon with the main line 11
Telegraph Creek; alio powers lo build
liranrli Ilii.-! .-iiber tlir.-nrti Ihe Pine River
or Prare Hlver passes te Ihe eastern boun*
ilirv nr British Columbia, or by w��y of
Ihe most feasible route, or In Ihe alternative bv Ihe most feasible mule between
i vii. ii in.i i. -iiii Lake, also io build from
a point r.n said line of railway to the City
of vanrouver or from lhe t.llv of Vancouver to a point on Mid line, by the most
r. i-ii.i.- roule."
And further, for an art ettendinr ihe
lime within whirl, the company hat lo
rommrnrfe ron'trurtlnn and einend len per
rent of us rapilaluatlon
in.. ,i at Virmrla, B. C, thla (Ih day of
I.erember,  1911.
HnllLIITSOM  A   HI I-HUM ��v.
Solicitor* for the Applicant*, the British,
Columbia A Alalia Railway Company.
Skuas Laud District���DUlrict of Casslar.
uke notice that I, mm. T. Fullerton,
t>f Vancouver, It. c, occupation eintineer-
HiK- .-iiuliiii. Inlend lo apply for permission
in i.urt'liast- ibe rollowlns desi'rlbid lands:
eeiiuiifiu-iiiK at a post planted OH chains
east of Naas Illver and 40 chains smith or
in .nii.ti.iii Ao. 397 (SEC), llicuce 40
chains nortii, thence 94 chains wut, ihence
40 i lulus south, lollowlns llie Naas Itiver;
iiu'iii-t* :���*.' chains cast to poinl of commencement' containing uu acres, more
or less.
J. T. FULLERTO.N.
II. H. Stewart, Agent.
Daiod I'rlnce Ruperl, Dec. ll, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. 19.
BkSSIM Land District���District or Coasl,
Ranee t.
Take notice tbat I, Abraham II. Barber,
of I'rince llupert, B. C��� occupation miner,
inlend lo apply ror permission lo purchase
Uu* r,.iiovviuir described lands:
i niuiiieiuiiig at a posl planted at the
southwest corner or a small island about
twenty.me xli) cbains norlh and two IS)
.Mini east or ihe northwest corner or Lot
UU*), Range J, Coast District, Porcher
Island, tlience rollowlns lhe shore line In
ii northeasterly direction about twenty
t-.'O' chains to the nortb end or the island,
Ihence m a southwesterly direction along
Uu* shore line aboul twenty i��u) chains
i.i ihe point or commencemenl, being an
island containing about rorty (40) acres,
non or less.
ABRAHAM  H.  BARBER.
Dated Dec. Clh, mi.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
Skeena  Land  District���District  or  Coasl,
Range 6.
Take notice tbat I, Dagoberi Aurtol, or
.Nanaimo. B.  C, occupation miner,  intend
to apply ror permission to purchase the
I.elleeWlllK       111* > I* II llftl        UllJS   I
Commencing al a post planted al tbe
southeast corner or Lol 4484, tbence south
4o chains, thence wesl 40 cbains, thence
north 40 cbains, ibence easl 40 chains to
point a commencement, containing 160
acres, more or less.
DAOOBERT AURIOL,
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Dale Nov.  luih, toil.
I'ub. Dec. 9.
skeena   Land  District���District   or   Coul,
Range *.
Take notice Ibat I, Theodore Mchalis.
driver, or Victoria, B. C, Can.. Intend to
apply r.-r permlasion to purchase tbe ful-
lowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tbe
Souihwesi corner of Lot No. 9987, thenct
��� i-i t>0 chains, thence south 40 cbains,
in. n..* west 40 chains, tbence south 40
chains, Ihence west 4 0 chains, thence nortb
so chillis to point or commencement, containing ,-i' teres, more or less.
THEODORE  NICHAL1S,
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dtled Ocl. 31, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. t.
Skeena  Ltnd  District���District  or   Coast,
Take nonce that I, Paul Curtlsa, clerk
or Victoria, intend to apply lur permission
lo purchase Ihe lollowing described lands:
commencing it t post planled on  tbe
east boundary and tbout live   it)   chains
rr.ein   Uu*  southeast  corner  of  Lot   4484,
Un tne  north  to  chains,  tbence  east  30
ehains. Ihence soulb 60 cbains, tbence w.  i
I Jo vhalns lo poinl or commencemenl, con-
, laming i.-" teres, more or less.
PAUL CURTISS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Daled orl. 31, 1911.
Pub. Dec. 9.
skeent Ltnd District���District or Cotst,
Hinge >.
Ttke nouce lhat I, Michas Bcganls, cook,
of victoria, B. c. intend to apply tor per-
million to purchase the rullowing described linds:
��� ������in..i.'ii' in.* tt t posl planleil on tbe
i.'rill -nlc or Williams Creek, where Ihe
s lu, .: branch of the 0. T. P. Ry. cro-s.-s
Williams creek, tnd tbout ten (I0> chains
from lhe creek shore, thence south 30
ehains, llience etst 40 chtlns, thence nortb
jo chains, thenre west 40 chains to point
>r   .   inlii. ne. in. ni,   ioinaiii.il>-   190  acres,
more or lets.
MICHAS  BEOANIS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated Ocl. 31. 1911.
Pub. Dec. 9.
skeena Land District���District ol Coast,
Hange t.
Ttke notice that I, Samuel Belltees,
>*ii'i. ie i. or Victoria, inlend to tpply for
!������ nm ..ion to purchase the following described lands:
��� iiuii. it. mi- at a post planled on the
iieiin side uf Williams Creek, about ten
ehains bark from Ihe creek bank, and
il.ee.il nrty chains southeast from where
ibe kitimat branch of tbe O. T. P. right-
or-way   crosses   Williams   Creek,   tbeuce
- .in 40 chains, Ibence east 40 chains,
thenre north 40 chains, tbence weet 40
rhtins to p'eini of t- 'ii.niencemeni, conUining  i'.c teres, more or lets.
SAMILL BEILTEES.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dtted Oct. II. 1911.
l-ub. Dec. 9.
Skeena  Land  District���DUlrict of  Cout,
Range 1.
Take nonce thai I, Louis Ctltrls, driver,
ol Victor'*. B. C, intend to tpply lor permission   lu   purrbtsc   the   following   de-
- .- ii.i linds.
commencing it i post plinted it ibe
soutbeasi corner or Loi 1719, theoce touth
in chiins, Ihence weit 40 cbains, thenre
north 80 cbains, thenee eul 40 ehains to
point of commrncem.nl. conlalnlng 190
acres, more or less.
I.ofis CAUCRIS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct. II, 1911.
rub. Der. 9.
skeena Land District��� Muriel or Ctssitr.
Take notice tnst James Ewing Macrae,
��� ,r Vancouver, occupation real estate agenl,
intends to apply nr pcrmuilon in purchase lhe following described landi:
��� mun.. in no.- at a poll planled aboul
seven miles distant and Id to etsierly
'Ih.'i in-n from the Mas River, and about
��� .*���'* miles norih of Aiyanib Indian rtlltge,
Hi. i,-,' north eighty chtint, thence etst
.ilhiy rhalns. ihenee s.utb eighty cbtlns,
ihenee wesl eighty chuns lo point or
"���i.iiii. it. .in. in.
JAMES EWIN0 MACRAE.
II. I'. Hutter. Agenl.
Dtted Ocl. -II. 1911.
l-ub. Dec. 14.
-k-- in   Und  District���Putrid or  Queen
Chtrlolic Minds.
Ttke nollee Ibtl Ellen Mirloo Young, r
Vi< i.-ria. B. Cm occupation spinner, intends
10 tpply  ror permission  lo piirrfuse  Uu.
r.'ll'.vvinir described  linds:
��� mm. tu me n t post plinted ll tbe
s.rtiihe��st corner or Lol U69, Ihence welt
In ihe northeast corner or Lol 1163, thenct
- .in to I., teh. thenee along belch <o
I mu or ' ������unit.*iu ��� in. ui. conlalnlng oue
hundred tnd lour 1104 > tcree, more or
MSB,
ELLEN  MARION *t**"*tO.
Oeorge Young. Agent.
Dtted Nov.  16, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. 16, 1911.
Skeent  Ltnd  DUlrict���District  of  Queen
| Inrl-il-   Minds
Tike notice Ibtl Jobn Scott Young, or
Saanlch. B. C, occupation firmer, Intends
in apply for permission lo purchase tbe
Inllowing described  landt:
lommeneing tt ��� post pltnted ll Ihe
nnrihetst corner or Loi 1650, ihenee south
lo ihe n-.rih boundary or Lot 1561, thence
east ii in the slid bnundiry lo Ihe set-
Ibort, ihence following Hong lne shore to
Uie point or commeni-ement, conulnlng
three hundred ind suiy-one (361) teres,
more or less.
JOHN  SCOTT VOl'NO.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
I'll.'I Nov.  16, 1911.
I'ub. Der. 16, 1911.
IkMBS Lind Dinrlcl���District or CusUr.
Take notice thai Clarence Bowen. or Seattle, wash., occupallon woodsmtn. Intends lo ipply for permUsion lo purchase
the following desrrlbed lindi:
t eeiumenring ii t post plinted rour
miles etsl or the Niu River tnd tbout
nve miles north of Aiym-.li. thence west
entity rhtins, Ibeoce louth eighty chiins,
thenre etst eighty chtlns, ihence nortb
eighly chtlns lo point or commencement
CLARENCE BOWEN.
H. P. Hutter, Agent.
Daled Oct. 31, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. 14.
-v.. in Lind DUtrlel���District of Cusltr.
Tike notice thit Fnnk Furey, of Seattle,
Wash, occupation rhainman, intends lo
apply for permission lo purchise Ihe rol-
Inwing described Undi:
��� "iiiii. in in* ll a post planled ibout ill
mile" , ,.| of ihe Nms Hirer ind ibout
seven miles north of Alytnsh. Ihenee nortb
.'ii. chtlns, etst eighty chiins. south
eighty chains, west eighty cbaios to pnlot
��f roinmencemenl.
FRANK FUREY.
II. P. Rutler, Ageoi.
Daled Oct. 31,  1911.
Pub. Dec.  14.
Evelyn Granville, a Famous ex-
Beauty, Now la Fallen.
Now York, Dec. 22.���Evelyn
Granville, whoso charms and wit
made her the talk of Broadway
when she was a chorus girl a
score of years ago, the othor day
staggered into Harlem Police
Court, a ragged old woman, and
threw herself across tho rail,
screaming to Magistrate Con-i-
gan.
She was sent to the court
prison, where sho fainted and for
a time physicians thought she
would die of heart disease. Later
she recovered sufficiently to go
home.
Years ago Burton C. Webster
kill.'d Charles E. Goodwin, a
Broadw&y "swell," over Goodwin's attentions to her. Webster
was sent to Sing Sing for 19
years, but later was paroled.
"It was a good thing," said
Magistrate Corrigan, "for some
of the young women who sit until
closing time in Broadway restaurants and think of life as all
silk stockings, diamonds and
champagne, to call on this woman. They might learn something
���but probably they would not."
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All accounts and correspondence addressed to
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LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlitrlct-Dl.trlct of Coaat IUngo 5
Take notice that wa lite undersigned. Alfred
Christian Garde ami Win. M. Johnston of Prince
Kuiiert, B.C., o'vup.I'lerii minim; engineer and
|.r.-specUir. Inlend lo applr for permission to
le-niM' lhe followim. d.-M-titenl lantl;
I'eei.iiri.-M.-nirf m .-. i. r planted 1-4 mile .-it of
die Tyee Stall >n,t;.T.I'.lc>..Station and approximately '��' miles east of I'i Inoa Itupert, thonce north
In chains, thenco east Hu chains, thence south 25
chains mure ur Icm tu railway grade, thence
.M-t.'tlv _5 chains in ere or le.s following said
grade to point of cumiiiencetitent and containing
���ii acres ur less.
ALFIIEII CHRISTIAN GARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
lisle Nov. 2.1. Itll
I'ub. Dec. 6,1911
On your Chriatmaa visit Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
NEW ROYAL BABY
A REGULAR ROMANCE
Quoen   of  Spain   Has   a  Second   This  One  Ought  to  Please   the
Daughter Born to Her Suffragettes.
For a Chrialmaa ?Jfl King Al- sterling, III.. Deo. 25.-A rogu-
phonso hns I....I ,.,vm.i,i,.,i I.. him, ,nr r.hriHinm, m���,auoe look plaee
by Queen Violoria of Spain a litlle  her i   Chrialmaa   Eve,  when
tho
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK.
Skeena I-a ml ln-ind lnr.'in of Cout IUngo 6
'Jake nutico that 1 .clloy K. Grant of l'nnco
Ku(m n, H. <. uccupatiun civil cngitioci, intenda
io Apply fur i>i-nniaaioo to puicl.ai- the fullowlng
iif.r.ii...I Undi:
Cumiiiti.cii.g **. a puat plantod almul 3 1-2 milaa
io a nortl trly ..ifc-iuti frum th<> northoaat cornor
paat of Lot U:, EUOfl "*. CoaM Dlrtrict, ihonco
rail  30 cl.nlr.v,  U��Mt  i. ttfa  <**J chalm.  thonce
MOat    In    I-..* n    ft   Il.iT.    I'ir.rc   south    lolloftlflf
hank of ri.vr to pmi.t ul.���MBBMMMBt!   con*
lalning lf'0 ���<...�����, murt or **���**���*.
Dated aVpt. tf, 1WI. I.KItOY   F.  GRANT
I'ub. Oct. lu tior.fi>-. C. hninu-raon. Agont
Ski*, na land  Di-irn-l     Diatrict of Coaat Range 6
'Uko BMJ-M ���'���*��� Mim Mary Mulvillo of Clang
ln.-lm.-l,  oompation  udoaUTa   inunda  to apply
I  i . mn lu pitfUM the fullowlng dearibod
landa;
( > . . ,t n.g at u pi -i plant oil one chaina north
of Um       , . i      .    i.i Lot i*-i*l, thonco nurth
;.. . > chain thonco south 4(1
chainp, uMM  ****���**'- M chuiin in puint of com-
iiit'iiivtiHi.t,  oonUlalnf ngliiy acrua, moru or leae
II, 1V11.      MIS* MARY Ml ..VIIXK
1'uli. Nuv. 11. ���'  ������������ Oi Mulvilli-, Agont
Skoona Land DiMricl -Diatrict of Cout IUnge 5
Take notico that H<-igamln Uunael Rice of
rrnic Kupert, II. C, it. ipation waiter, intonda
to apply fur pormlsaluri tu purchaae tho following
(Jeacriifod landa:
Commoncing at a pusl plantod 65 chaina eouth
from the aoullii-aat curin-r of Lot 30ti0. I'oat
markod II. IC H S. <% Cormr, thenco 70 chain*
went, tiii'iicu (jj chaina nurth, thonce 70 chaini
i-i-t, thonco 06 chaina aoulh to puint uf com-
mtncomoiit, coi.taiiiing 4."ij acres ii.ore or leea.
HKNJAMIN   KUSSEL  RICE
Datod in iu|.vr Jl, 1 !��� 11
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skoona Und Ulatrict���DUtricl of Caaaiar
Taku   ii.Mire  that  Angua  Jamo*   McKonlio  of
VancuuMT, II. C, occupatiun bookkeeper, tntednna
to apt>ly I'T pormiaaion to purchase the following
deacnbi'il  lamia:
Commoncing at a poat planted at tho con-
BoflUH ������( Itlackwater rivor with Naaa river, aboul
two milea aouth fmrii tlio aixth Dominion Telegraph
cabin. I'oat marked A, J. M. N. W. Corner,
thence M. chaina aoulh, thonce B0 chaina eaat
thence h0 chain* norlh, thence 80 chaina woat
to point uf commencement, conUining 010 acree
m���ro or lo��       ANo(Jg wm McKENZ,E
Ilali.l S.-|it. 23, lllll.
I'ub. Nov. U.
Skwn" Inntl Di.trict��� Dlitrict ol Caaalar
Tlka nollco lhal Charloa William llam ol
VancouviT, II. Cm occupition Inspector, Intontl,
lo apply In' pcrnilailon to purchaao Iho lollowini
ilK-crlbcd lantl.: 	
Commoncini! at a post planted at tho con-
llucnco ol lllackwalor river wllh tho Naaa river
ihout two mill-, wuih Irom the alith Dominion
Telnraph cahlit. I'ojt marked C. W. II. S. W.
Corner, Ihenco fO chaini north, thenco HO chalii
eattl thenco BU chllnl louth, thenca 80 chain.
we��t to point ol commencement, containing 610
a,��� mora or -��__ WILUAM IIAM
Dated September 23, 1911.
I'Ub.    ***'������   ml'
Skeen. Und Dlatrlct-Dlilrict ol C".lar
Tike notice tlmt Thdmii Arthur Whlta ol Vancouver,  II.  C, occupallon  canienter,  Inlend. to
���pply lor permiiBilon to purchaae  lhe lollowln��
d^Jram-mdllI!|t ���  pout  planted  at  the con-
I lllackwater tlver with Nia. river, about
���
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prncess
Lino
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH
Princess May
Thuridajr, December 2Iat, at 9 cm.
For Victoria, Vancouvar and Seattle
}. C McNab . General Agent
daughter, tli<> tecond lo grace
Spanish royal household,
This is ih.* il rt I* child born to
Quoon Victoria, tin- fourth boing
-lill-l.ni'ii.
King   Alphonso   .-iml   Viotorla
Ena,   I'n f   Baltenburg,
wero married Muy 31, 1906. Tholr
lirsi I'hiiii. Prinoe Alfonso, waa
born Hay in. nm:. Tho other
children aro  Prinoe Jaime until
I'l'inc.
Beatrice.
Mis. Jennie Wlls   18, eloped
wiih   Prank  Bpei r,   17.    Tin-
maiden oame f. >r the boy in an
mil.i. by night: llu- liny slid down
ii ropo from his boudoir, and Un-
two ll.'.l for Chicago nn.l the
boy's papa pursuing with tin-
spark fm- advanced nml tin* muf-
iler cut out Papa reached lhe
slnlion I.... Inl.' in save Ins darling from the olulohes of the beguiling maiden.
A. M. BROWN
BAINBM A   SADDLERY   MANl'FACTl.'KEK
Repairing a Specialty.
i'mni.l.-i.' Stock Carried.
Outsi.lv Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Avs.
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
EBY   C&   Co.
REAL   ESrATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . |(   (*.
��� flui'iic nl
1 two r "
cabin
<      mile, .tiiilh ol the ilxlh Dominion Teletjrapli
l',���t marked T. A���W. 8..K-��?.'n��..^**���
I CcSnlntencn,nt. conlalnin^.O^c^ mo.^or ^
Dated Sepl* 83,1911-
I rub Nov. *i.
Advertise in
The Daily News
SILK KIMONA8
fresh from Japan
DRAPERIES
for that  new piano
CENTRE PIECES
that will grace  a tabic
SILK SHAWLS
specially adapted for evening wear
LINEN
of the In*..*.I texture
fljggjgagJS ui Faraict Q**um
Prepare for winter by Rettinif your fnr-
naccs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
ft-cik-l OiHir $-��,        ut,m. g^, gftd
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral  Director and  Embalmer
I'll  M.I.I   *.    Ill     \   ���..-.-   \|,1   I
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   IM.
OI'EN DAY AND NliIIIT
JABOUR BROS.
825 Third Avenue        'THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Phone 243 Black
THREE FAMOUS PRINCETON FOOTBALLERS
MOMS SOI p.0. aoi HM
PONY EXPRESS
SrtTKMATTC MKHCItANTx' nr.UVI.Kr flKNVICK
For
Itaiririwr. Si..r��ir- -*n*\  F'-rwanhn* Airrnl*.
Km* vr Mi.t-.r Car day or nlffht
S-v#>nth Avp. Ami Fulton
HmmMI
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
I.l <>   BRODERIUS. Proprialo-:
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazine-.
CIGARS   :
Periodicals
I   TOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WIIARK
Newspapers
.-.-   FRUITS
llv   llii'ir   ii'ii'iil   vlolory  nver
Harvard, Prlnoelon University
now beoomoa ono of lbs t..p-
nolohera In oaalorn football.
Prlnoelon haa always been known
for lho desperate valor of its
pinyt'i'H.  iiuii, who oaptained lbs
WILSON
loam in-i year, played will. B
special headgear. Hla neok waa
supposed in Ik' broken, Imi ii
waaln'l.
Wilson, ��li" playod lofl guard,
innl in-, rlghl ui'i' ilrapped in bli
side as lhe result of lorn linn-
iii..ni?-.   lie wns mighty I'li'Tiivi'.
iii.'Hiii'-iiiiiiii la ilii- I'l'iiii'i'i'ui
eonlre. Ho la bull) oloae lo the
ground and ii fat, Prllllpi, al
��� .iit. tackle, luif boon ono of Ibo
powerful i.i.'ii  in Un- ri'iiiiiiknlili-
defense Hint slopped Harvard's
rushes and forced lhe orltnion
backs in kick inn. uml umim.
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
I... I..*.,.r Agenti for
BUDWE1SER  BEER THE DAILY NEWS
ill
Do You Need Xmas Help?.     Try the News Want Ad. Way.     It's a Good One
FreshFLOWERSl
i By S.S. Prince Kupert tomorrow a. m.
ARCTIC STUDIO, &gfc&d
ll
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PBONB iiiii i.s :i.:.i
Three i..ts. block 7. isoUon 1, u.r-oo each;
', cub, bai. I, S, 3 years at 7 per cent.
i ..���, lou, block 88, lection 1, is.oou pair;
',   cub,   bll.   ii,   II,   18   months,   at   7
per .int.
inn I--1-. bio k 19. lection (, n.cso; |5oo
CUb,   bai,   3,   <J,  V,   il  llleelllll-
T-ttu lots, block I, lection 5, ji.duo. Equity
cub,   inn- xrtt** lota,
One lot, block a, lection 5, ai.soo.   isoo
cub, :i, 'I, is months, at 7 par cent.
One lot, block 18, lecUon I, 8586.   8-2 j
cub, bai. tlu every a months, ai 7 per
ii in.
 - lol, blink  II. lection C, 18,1(0.    Hall
ei-ii. iml. I-, i*.' months, at 7 per cent.
nm*   lot,   blOCk   17.   --rrlli.il   7,   *��IIXI.     glXlx)
��� ..-li. Ir.i 1   :i, ii,  i-t months; .with cabin,
nue  lul.  Ii|e..*k   IS,  lection 7, *r,lil.    |300
cub, :.. a, 1*.* months, ai 7 per cent,
i u . lots, M'e'k 17, lection 7, ��i,*;oo. One-
lltinl cub, bai.  1 ami a years, at 7 per
II III.
Two lota, iii'" k ia, ieclion 7, *_60 each.
'. ��� un, lial. i'., 18 iniinilis.
Two tots, block .<. lecUon 7. icju each.
>,   - lib, lr.il ' .   IB,   IS in  nil,-.
I \\     ..I-    l.lr.e k   8,  serilon  7,  8150  each.
i, <i-li. Iiiii. i', 18, 18 months, at 7 per
. . :,l
lour Ii.k. blietk 3, scclion 7, 13,000. t;
cub, bai. ', f8, is mniiih-. large
I*- truer.
llu.i I ���!-. bl.irk 37, serilon 7, 81.800. \t,
< . -ii. luil c, li, ty im .uiii-. at 7 per
uni.
Two loU, block ss. section 8, 81.OOO. Onc-
ilni.l ca-.li. lul. o, It, is in..nlli.. Corner.
Twer inls. block vs. lection 8, tan*,   82-0
r.l-ll. lllll.  ...   IS lllnlllll-.
Two lou, block IS. ucUoo 8, noo each.
880 es.-h. I-.    ��|5 per month.
hie   lOU,  block   10,  -'Ifll 8.  f*.78 '������'.ch;
bai. ii3 per month.
FOR HINT.
Store, -im..n.l av. nu.- al Sixth sir. el.
FOR SALE.
laini. with four Koma; 'ii.ii
Phon. ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
I' :<     II.��� j--!* and Rentals.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
= One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THERE   ARE   NO   "DEAD   ONES"   HERE���
8|lMlWIMIW|lai
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For Rent J
fr^Si^n-ifcaW^H ***** *am **m^*^**** M^*f%a^
TWO STEAMERS LOST
Guillemot  and   Fifteen  of  Crew
Sink in Bay of Biscay.
Servian Labor Benefit  Society
No. 195. S.S.S.S.
Me rl.i .--  held every  l.t and 3rd Sunday of the
month In the Cari-entera' Union Hall
G. VUKOVICH,
Seen tary
T. MA/I.l M.
P.O. Box 991        Hre.ident
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Gibraltar, Deo. 86.���The General Steam Navigation t'o.'s
Bteamer Guillemot foundered in
the Uny of Biscay and fourteen
>.f Un* or.'w ami Un' captain were
drowned, yesterday. The survivors were being pi.-ked up l.y
boata when another steamer pave
The latter is believed t.> he a
signals .if distress and foundered,
Spanish cargo ateamer.
Property Looking Good.
Mr. <>. It. Nad.-ii, who is back in
town from a visit of inspection
!������ In-- Mohawk nun.- prop.-ity ut
Alice Arm. reporta thul lhe build-
in.:-, are now completed and two
gangs are at work alpklng a 75-
fniii shaft nu lhc ledge in order
in drift under the oreek. Work
will iiniie during ih.- winter.
CHRISTMAS DAY
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Notice to Worksrs
All unorganised workers in the
building trades will meet in the
l.w.w. hull. Wednesday, ui 8 p.
in.. December L'Tth, to discuss
general organisation.���Signed I.
w.w. Organising Committee ,.21
Wishing you the Compliments of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
���iiiV/Uolmi
We are not going to oarry them over, but have deolded to
sell at a price that will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
BIG   FURNITURE STORE
Seoond Ave. and Sixth 8L
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 62.
Despatches   from   Toronto   and
Winnipeg and Vancouver.
(Canadian  Press  Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Deo. 20.���Chrialmaa
Day here was oold and bright
with n remarkable absence of the
usual drunkenness. Tin- weather
wa. hovering near the zero mark.
Toronto, Dee. 86,���Chrialmaa
Day here was dull and tlienry.
The Salvation Army fed n thousand women nnd children.
Vnncoiiver, Dec. 26. ��� The
weather was delightful for
Chrialmaa, with n small snowfall.
Vancouver Beat Stanford.
Vancouver,   Dec.   20.��� (Special. ���Vancouver defeated Stnn-
fur.l University in rugbj football
by eight...'ii points lo eight yesterday.
CHALLENGE TO JOHNSON
Jack   Curloy   Offers   $20,000   for
Fight With Jim Flynn.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Ball Lake, Dee. 26.���Jack Cur-
ley has offered Johnson 920,000
in il--hi .Dm Flynn for the heavyweight obampionehlp in n finish
match.
Tlie shopping way is tu read
the Mussallem way of prices. Sec
..ur a.hi. If
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
Hospital Acknowledgments.
'I'ln- Prince Ruport General
��� spil.'tl Assiifinlii.il begs to nr-
(tnowledge with thank* the followini: contributions: Mrs. Bolt-
by, ruse >.r orange&s Huaaallen
Grooery Go., box <>f applea; P.
Burns A Co., lurkeya; Clarke
in*.is., Chrialmaa hamper; Mrs.
Helen   SI.   Denis,  Singer  sewing
machine; Hayner Urns., aider*
down cmforler: II. llolTmnu, $5;
John Shirley, *I0.
lies! mom iii (own nl the Savoy.
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
i
To fit ymir son or daughter fur a  htisincus   career  you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send Ilium to ii the :
Nanaimo Business College
The Messeogera aud Nowaboya
I.mill. I. W. VV. ine.-ls ill II a. m.
All meaeongora nn.l newsboys in
the city who nre n.il already
members lire invited lo attend In
apply for membership,
It COMM1TTEB.
JACK FROST'S TRICK
Has Snapped  All  the Telegraph
Lines on the Prairies.
Winnipeg,   Deo.   26. -All   ihe
telegraph  linei  nre down  here
owing to the sudden cold, which
has   mapped   lhe  wires  on   bolh
ibe Great Northwestern nnd the
0. P. It.    I.lubi engines are .ml
altemplillK  to  restore  lhe  Iraflic.
%--
It is the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees nre within reaeh
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops   the
Individuality of the pupil.
Komn nnd In..ml is rhenp
in Nannim... The pupils
are BWay from the distractions of the larger cities    :
Oir iUiIuiW curie mlein IdIim il
The lien Pitmnn System of
Shorthand
Business Knglish  antl  Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetie
OfHre Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
*i**T*>Wf��tSm
ll May Meaa all the Difference Belw.ea Sucre-is and Failure lo Yea
Ask at Dnily Newt forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Parry, Principal Nanaimo. B.C.
HE FAVORS REPUBLIC
New Chinese Premier Is Advising
Princes to Concede.
For Rent���Two roomed cabin, clnso to McBrida,
f reahly naiHtred and clean, only 110 per month.
11   I*-. Mi*Uue A Co. t-f
rfl~hll^<4
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Jli m ii -**, is **-ym*a*at ***,����� ���*** ss * n m n '��� i
j Insurance
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OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every known class of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
| Wanted
l|.��~_---..--...-l   Smmy0^mmm*SmMm.
Wanted-General Servant.    Other maid  kept.
Apply Mra. L. W. Patmore. tf
Maternity nurae open for engagement- Apply
Box 2159 Newa. tf
Wanted. ��� Dreasmakln*.. cleaning and preaa-
intr. repairing for men and wemen. Mra Charles
I'ercher. 820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red.     tf
Wanted to rent or leaie by Ant of January. S or
G room modern houae. cloae in. State term! to
Box 89.
Wanted���Young man, thoroughly acquainted in
Men'. Furni.hingi line, to take position in
Prince Rupert from Jan. loth. 1912. Write Box
102. Dally Newi Office. .-.��� ;���:*.-
WANTED���Youth   wllh   business   colleire
n iiii.n.- In I-.nu a uiie-i.-.il.- 11 hi. In
nllii t*. Apply, wllh particulars. I�� box
13, .Nl-WS OlTtCC. 280*893
WANTED��� A Ilrm to sell U. W model
No.   io siniiii-rreiiiier  typewriter,  lot
llii.sl iniieliliie ever product!. Jiiines I*.
Murrls Co., 1087 Granville SI. Van-
c.niver. 2��l*'.i30
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For Sale
~3
s-mmmmmemmta****mg
roll   .-ale -Furniture   for   Sroom   house.
Hot  851, city. 889-898
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Stenographer
KasU-rn itenofrrapher uf wide experience wants
position. Address "Stenotirapher." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t*f
m*a**a**
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Business Chances
~f
PoX'T  worry about  rainy <lay��.    We do
I   11   111'.        M.l-lllll.-       It      88      plCC'9       Kr      "Hi*
dollar,    special care given line flannels.
Phone lit).   Pioneer steam Laundry.
888-300
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Garde of Prince Rupert. occupaUon Mining Knirineer. give notice that on the
:-th day of December, 1911. I Intend to applv to
the Water Commiasioner at his office In Prince
Rupert for a license to taka* and uae two cubic
feet of waler per second from an unnamed stream
in the Diatrict of Gout Kanjre 6. Skeena Division.
1-4 mile eut of the Ty��e Station. G.T.P. Rv.
The water Is to be uken from the atream about
OM half mile above Its outlet, and fa to be uaed
for dev-floplnir power for a quary situated at the
outlet of said creek, alonjr the Railway rrade.
Al.l l:l i ��� CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. -j-th. 1BU. d-27
THBRF8 NO
GETTING AWAY
fla 'til   a
GREENER
GUN
Nn ..liter null can equal lhe
i.liilM.li f..r t. 1-iilarlly or piilrm
.1. e. even ei-tiiliiiiii.il nr ihnl)
leiiiiiiiiiett nnii , in. inn p, miration
-the l.trrp ii, ,i -,iiia"_u lan'l what
mi- say, ran. pi.-vo ll. W. W.
ilnener ��*a* lit. llrsl giininakiT In
Uie \.e.il.i tn I,,-in,.- ihe -li....lllill
nr a mm. I'rii.i lo the iiitriitiiirin.il
nf his world-rained intern of clmke
linriiiir. * p ni. 11, l. t,l |,ii-ii the rm
maker.- "��lll .. Uie wisp." w. W.
'inlii. r niaile n in. servant aim all
the wnrld'l _!��� ttee.i hrrimr. have
lie.ll won tMlh '.III K.MKII OI1NS.
This is the kind you want.
W.W. GREENER
6.165 Brim Hill H.II
MMrcil. P.Q.
PeklD, Deo. SO.���Yuan Shi Kni,
lha new Chinese Premier, is Im-
Iloved in really fnv..r n republlo
niiH In hSVfl advised the  Mnnrliu
princes lhal Ihey nasi oonoede
the rebels demands.   An armis*
lief in siill kepi, lliinii.li Iml li llu-
liiipiTinl troops nn.l tin* r.'lirls
bavS Ink.'ii up ilitT.'rrnl pOSlllOtlS
since n began,
Kkeena   I anil   liistrlrt -lilslrlcl  of  onni,
��� ln.liiiie Island..
Take notice thai Mrr.il Mrnrefir, or
Vlrlnria. II. .:.. orrnpallen hrnker, Inleruls
in apply fm- permUalon In lease lhc lol
li.uilia*   lie"rl lllill   land":
i i lull-em ui* al a pusl plant, il about
three quarters of a mile stiuthwrsl fn.m
tin .iiullini'l eorner t.r I.ol IMS, .Massel
Inlet,    Ihenee   east   forty   chains,   thence | I
di
llu
li
��� et
hundred and  forty acres   (840), more or
less.
ai nui. MonKnoa. ......
lirnrite   Ynung,   Ajenl. inl
Paled Nov.   18,  Ifll.
I'uh. Per.  18, 1*11.
If You Have Taste for
Jewelry You Have Taste
...for Everything Else....
II8 a sure test, lur those who
kimw "what's what In Jewelry have
lo be pretty widely cultured people.
III'.     Mill.I    kl.uw    llol    merely    lhe
proprieties ihey must know ap*
liriiprlallveness and mlu.i and
workmanship  lhal  I. dlsllncllve.
Out Ola..���The largest and best
stink In choose from.
Umbreiiai���limb gold and silver
l.l'.llllled.
Tla  Pint���Solid   nold  In  endless
varl.ly  and desljm.
Ladln'   Hand   Bag*���In    *-.|.i   and
���liver   in ..110110*-
Crown l.erby and Moorcroli china.
Sll Halpful Xmaa Sutgtatlom
^^a_�� A.     A\m*m      *tm*
eiiin lo ihe nurlh boundarr or i.ot  ia��7, i I ~^
ihenee wesl one hundred chains, more nr   I Tinnn avi * i i   n ��u t ,..
e...   Ihenee  norlh  mn'iv  chain..  Ihenes   I * ""nn avenue tBWB-mS...      I
���asl  to  the biaeh.  ihenee lions l.earh  lo  i.__,____._ _. __ I
mint   of   commencement,   conialnins   sU   �����^,"**^*^*--~*-^*-^**~*-^-~-.*~**'-..--.+
THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
jttttUiUttJtilU
Department of Ihe Naval Service
RADIOTELEQRAPH SERVICE.
Sealed tendera, addressed io the undcr-
slKiied. enuorsed "Tender for Dwelllns
House" and accompanied by a ccrtincd
ineqiic for 10 p.c. of tho amount of the
ii-iniiT will be received up to noon on
. ecember 31st, IBM, for the erection or
dwelling* houses at tho Oovornment Wlro-
less stations at Prince Rupert, Cape Laio
and Point Orey.
I'luns and specifications may bo scon at
I..i* re.I It.win* places:
The Government Wireless Stations at
i-'uiit uny, Cape l.a/o and Digby Island,
I'rince lluperl. The Poslolllccs at Vancouver, .Nunalmo and Prince Ruperl.
...e oulcc or Ihe District Superintendent,
lii-rernmcnl Wireless Service, Victoria, and
i>i-i>irtinent of the Naval Service, Ottawa.
tnauiliorizcd publication or this notice
win nut receive payment.
0. J.  DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister or thc Naval Service,
Department or the Naval Service,
Ottawa, November 29th, 1911. 3t
Skeena   Land   District���District  or   Coast,
Range 8.
Take nollre Ibat I, John Arglraclls, carpenter, of victoria, ll. C, Intend lo apply
fur permission to purrhase Ihe following
ili-iribed lands:
Commencing at i post planted about on*
and one-hair miles northeast rrom the
Inlake or Trout niver, on the wesl side
.���r I akelse Lake, and about nve (8) chains
hack from the wiierfrom, thenca south
no chains, ihence wesl 80 chains, thence
nurlh 80 chains, thence east 80 chiins to
puint or cmmrncemeni, containing 810
acres, mora or less.
JOHN  AROIRACLIS.
I'red S Cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct.  SI,  1911.
Pub.  Dec.  8.
���JM&���&r
TheBesl
Procurable.
Absolutely pun
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER'
aas-saa
DIRECTIONS  FOR COMING A HAKE:
RUST:���"CATCH YOUR HARE"
���:���:���: :���������:
To produce good printing you must "first Batch your
good printer. . . You can't get good printing from ..
poor printer, even if he work with never so good an
equipment. If In* lacks the "knack," the traine.1
taste, the single-minded fondness for his work which
real printers have, he will do poor printing for you.
If hc has all of these, and in addition to them ade-
quate modern equipment, your printing will hove
ilis"
Jistinction, salesmanship, the lure of type-beauty.
As this office produces good printing you may infer
the presence of a good printer���who is "catcnable."
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEB THE  "NEWS J"!:
Daily News Building phone 98
Season's  Greetings
To our many customers for their
kind patronage during the year
and wishing you all Prosperity for
1912,1 remain,
Yours respectfully,
GEO. D. TITE
GEO. D. TITE
Home Furnisher
Third Ave. phone 20

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