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Array OUT      r WORK TODAY?
Try  ***��   News'  Want
Way.
The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. Il,  NO. 291
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, December 20, 1911
NEXT MAILS
For South
I Njrlnca Rupert. .Thursday 8:30 p.m.
4    ITHici'Ss   May Thursday a.m.
Price Five Cents
���WNS-TE
LICENSES WERE ALL RENEWED
Bat Before the Licenses Were Renewed Applicants Were All Put
Through a Rigorous Catechism by the Commissioners
i
AU PASSED THE COMMISSIONERS' TEST
They All Swore That No License Commissioner or Police Commissioner Had Held
a Club at Him or Influenced His Purchase of Goods���Chief Vickers
on His Oath Swore That the Windsor Hotel Was
a Well Conducted House
HOTEL LICENSES RENEWED.
Oiler Besner, New Knox Hotel.
A. J. Prudhomme, Savoy Hotel.
O. A. Sweet, Qrand Trunk Inn.
P. W. Henning, Premier Hotel.
Peter Black, Central Hotel.
Corley A Burgess, Royal Hotel.
4. V. Rochester, Empress Hotel.
W- H. Wright, Windsor Hotel.
BOTTLE   LICENSES  RENEWED.
E.   J.   Maynard,   "One,   Two,
Three" Store.
J. A. Smith, "Family" Store.
WHOLESALE LICENSES
RENEWED.
Clarke Bros., Third avonuj.
C. Partington, Seoond avenue.
P. Otapp, Northern Wholesale
���toi*,
In tho taverns of lhe town mine
host lasi iiiglil could wear a moro
than usual air nf welc.lining content. For yesterday the Hoard of
I icons.* Cniiiiiiis.siinii'i's sat in
Prince Ruperl ami all lhe liquor
licenses of lhe cily���wholesale,
retail and iml lie���were renewed.
With all the dread dignity of a
high tribunal lhe renewals were
effected. Wiih nil lhe searching
stringency of llie Spanish Inquisition the tic.'use hnl.lers w.'i'.!
marshaled before Ihe awe-inspiring presence nf Ills Worship llic
Major in his capacity as chairman of the License Cnminission.
Hue by one thoy were subjected
I . a shorter catechism, without
the full and perfect knowledge of
which no liquor lie.-use holder
might maintain his standing
amongst lho elect.
Like the Supreme Court.
Willi the stern cry of "Order in
Court,"   Chief   Of   Polioe   Vickers
heralded the entry into the Police
Courl room of the. Mayor and
Commissioner Kirkpatrick. There.
was a hurried scramble In Iheir
feel as llie license bidders hastily
si i it id up tn dn honor to ibe Commissioners, win. look Iheir seats
side by side nu Ibe magisterial
ilni.-.    Clerk Woods rend oul the
applications,    in   referenoe   to
bach Ibe same Questions were addressed In the Police Chief on liis
oath. "Had lie as police chief
any coinplaiiils In make regarding llie method iu which premises wei nduoled during tlie
past six months?" (Jn his oath
in every case Chief Vickers had
1.1.ne.
Were Soundly Catohised.
Then were summoned lhe applicants fni- renewal Iheinselves.
Willi a searching and a piercing
eye bent mi eaoh the Mayor address, d IM. lollowing questions,
varying the phrasing here and
Ilii-ii- but maintaining substantially the sunn- i.-ii..i- throughout:
"Whal was applicant's altitude iu regard I., the supplying
nf liquor to drunken men? What
were his orders lo Ilis assistants?"
lu every case of lioiel men so
questioned replies were given
Hint im drunken men were supplied wiih liquor, anil subordinates were ordered n..i to supply
lb.wu mi pain >.f losing employment.
On lhe question nf closing
hours the hotel men all equally
affirmed lhal Iheir places nf business wore kept open strictly nl
nil slated hours iii terms of the
bylaw, but closed in lerms of Hint
bylaw to tbe Instant.
Tin'ii came for eaeli applicaul
the oi'denl of answering the
ti'i'iicbaiii Inquiry: "Has any
License Commissioner or any
member of tlie City Council al
any lime, either liy promise,
bribe, iiilluenee or throat regarding Hi.- purchase nf goods, attempted in wield a eiui. over you
during your tenure of this
license?" To a man the license
holders answered the Mayor:
"No."
A Pointed Question.
To Mr. W. ll. Wrighl ..r lhe
Windsor Hotel wns additionally
asked Ibe poinl.-.I question: "lines
any member nf Ibe License Commission or Police Commission or
any member of Ibe Cily Council
own any interest with you in the
Windsor Hotel?-' Mr. Wright
answered emphatically:    "No."
Finally Alderman Kirkpalriok,
win. Innl invariably moved tlie renewal  of license whenever  ihe
licensee bad pnssetl Ilis cnle-
eliism, OSked lhe Police Chief if
he bail any idea why a certain
newspaper should libel the holds
of llie cily. Chief Vickers had no
idea why. Tlie Mayor gave as his
reason for the Inquisition lhal
complaints bad been addressed In
him regarding llie license administration Of Ihe cily. The hoard
adjourned sine die.
BIG JOB FOR
WESTHOLME CO.
Are Awarded Contract to Build
the Viotorla Waterworks at
Sooke Lake for $3,000,000.
.News was received ibis afler-
  by Mr.  M. Albeit  of lhe
Westholme Lumber Go. I lm' liis
company bad been awarded lhe
enniraci. i�� build tlie new waterworks for the oily of Viotorla al
Sooke Lake al a COS) of ���?.'!,-
11(111,000.
FULL DRESS
REHEARSAL
Last Preparations for Tonight's
Amateur Performance of "Our
Regiment" in Presence of Press
Proved Promising.
JUDGE MABEE SCORES THE G.T.P.
Orders Them to Cease Building Station at  South  Hazelton and
Orders Them to Build at New Hazelton
SWEEPING VICTORY F0RR0BERT KELLY
Chairman of Railway Board Says That if a Private Individual Had Done What the
G. T. P. Had Done He Would be Put in the Penitentiary���Says He Will Put
a Stop to Railway Companies Exploiting Public Lands in Violation
of Solemn Agreements���History of the Case
WILL HOLD JOINT MEETING
TO ELECT BUSINESS TICKET
PROPERTY HOLDERS AND RATEPAYERS EXECUTIVES TO DECIDE ALDERMANIC CANDIDATES THIS  WEEK���EX-
ALD. LYNCH ADDRESSED THE  MEETING.
Last   night's   n ling   of   the
Properly Holders' Association ill
ihe Presbyterian Hull resulted
simply in Ihe decision Ibnl llie
members must gel logelhor unit
sinn.l for reliable men for Council, nn.l that meantime every
member must rustle for now
members. Representatives of the
Ratepayers' Association, led by
President W. J. Alder, were present, and an arrangement was
comn lo whereby lho Iwo presidents, Messrs. W. .1. Alder and
A. ilnmuip. will arrange fur n
Joint executive mooting some
afternoon this week lo discuss a
ticket for the coming olcolion.
Three speakers were announced for lasi nighl's properly
holders' meel ing. only ono appeared, lie was ex-AI.I.'i'iiiiin
W. P. Lynch, who spoke for only
a vory slmrl lime. Ho condemned
lho settlement of the O. T. P. assessment, thouKh in guarded
terms,   in still more allegorical
stylo   ho   "gol.   after"   Aldermnn
Newton, ns a newspaper man win.
while iidviioaling the slriotesl investigation of municipal purchasing methods siill fell ng-
grleved ilint municipal printing
was iml turned nver to a local
bOUSO   at    four   limes   the   price
outside.
tie further mentioned stinging-
iy ibai iiii alderman, after promising nil kinds >.f plankways, etc,
without the slightest notion of
how I bey were lo be priivided. was
actually made a member of ihe
Finance Gonimlllee, ami oven
Ihen was ready, afler learning lhe
n.-lulil slate nf the city's finances,
in demand thai tbe Oounoil order
the promised plankways in be
gone mi wiili, iUntit.li ilit'ie was
nn money lo pay for Ihem.
Mr. Lynch stated thai In- had
carefully oaloulated oul the city's
present borrowing power al a
lilllt' nver $400,000, iu > I half
onough in Install anything like an
adequate sewer system, let alone
olher Improvements neoded.   lie
left  the matter wiih bis bearers.
Mr. Lynch was heartily applauded
nnd llinnked liy the meeting.
SMALLPOX IN THE WEST
Thirty Quests are Reported Quarantined in One Hotel.
Membera of the press uu<l a f��-w
privileged persons witnessed yesterday afternoon lhe full dress
rehearsal of "iiur Regiment," lo
be presented imiighl liy lho
Princo lluperl Amnleur Iiriiiiiiitic
Booiely. There oan I..* no doubt
Uml ilu- performance Is uning lo
I." most thoroughly enjoyed by
iho audlenoe tonight. Apart from
tlie fact that Hie players arc all
well known ami popular iu lluperl, Iho play ilself is n clever and
amusing ..no. ami those inking
pari in il are letter perfect In
their purls.
Under the able direction of Mr.
L. Iliillnok-Wehslor, Ihey have
been .trilled up lo an almost professional piieh of perfection, lh.*
staging of the piece is elaborate,
nn.l llio show oven liefore empty
rows at yesterday afternoon's rehearsal was Immensely enjjoy-
able. Some of lllo pretties! dres-
..���s ever donned in lluperl will be
seen in tbo play, whioh Is full of
clever linos.
i l'.i ii,nl uni  Pro-iii  li' * inn rh )
Winlpeg, Deo. *au Smallpox is
reported prevalent in certain portions of the wesl,   in one lowil
uu   hotel   an.I   thirly   guests  are
quarantined.   Several cases arc
reported from B.O,
Prince Rupert's lending holel���
Savoy.
WILL BUY FLEET
OF TRAWLERS
Yuletide Shopping.
Shopping trips during the pros-
en! ChriSlmaS week include, dr.-1
nf all, a oall nl  Mrs. Prlssell's,
Sixlb sli I.    Wliellier \<.u cmnc
lO bfiy nr wliellier you conn* lo see
"what's what" you're weloome.
The slore of "Now Things" in
novelties and bargains. Christmas offerings unpnraloll.'.l in
Prince lluperl. "Basing i> believing" and seeing the Chi-islmas
dlsplo) i- appreciating ami on-
iiin-nig. it
Miss Dunn relumed from her
ip south nu tho prince Ruperl
is morning.
'I'll.-   Northern   Interior   Land
i'.n. this morning i elved a tele-
gram fr.uu Vernor W. Smith, ono
of the directors of the company,
stating thai .New llai*.'It.>ii had
wmi a decisive violory nver s..niii
Uasolton ami the railway company. The telegram was tiled
in.i nighl ni the Qovernmeni telegraph staiinn at  Now Hazelton
ami  reads BS  follows:
"Just received from our attorney at Ottawa news that Hie Railway Commission has made a
sweeping order directing railway
i slruollon    nn.l    maintaining
��� iatiml ni Now Uasolton and forbidding erection of station al
Soulh Uasolton.
-V.  W. SMITH."
History of Dispute.
The looalion .>f the lownsile
rm* tin- Haielton district thus
peremptorily ordered is Lol **<*-.
II wa*- i-ii".i'ii iis -ii.Ii site by
Chief Engh r Taylor >.f iti<- railway company. In his opinion it
wu. lhe mily place within several mile, iiif topographical (aa-
lure- of which presonted no diiii-
oullies, il being on grade and a
Inwnslto thai would require
neither outs nor mis. The rogis-
iere.1 map made from tins report
is ou ill.- ni ih. Qovernmeni Lan-i
iil'i.'c ami Inlii s  lhe oilieial  lloli-
Dcation >>f the Secretary of the
Railway Commission ihnl il r.*-
relved Hi.- sanolion of Hu* hoard
September 2s.  I00U.
Qave Railway 29 Acres.
'i'ln- pinu shows nn allotment
i.f 20.03 acres fm- station nnd
.inlnm yards.   The lownsile was
.'.iiiiiiiiuily known as Taylorsvillo,
but upon Robert Kelly beooming
ih.- purchaser nf the land it was
spoken nf as lb.- Kelly lot and
later as New Uasolton. Hul the
20 a.-res did iml salisfyNbe railway onmpiiuy. ii demanded a
large portion i.r the lownsile ami
ibis uni being ooncedod proceeded !<��� exploit a townsite at BIH-
���-���iii. aboul three miles nearer
Prince RuperL
Two Company Townaites.
Lola were advertised and snid
-n  this townsite, hut  recently it
WOP  held Hull   a sulliflonlly  level
grade for station purposes could
ii. .i be mail., there without greal
expense.  The oompany then look
up l.ul 861, a slmrl distant nst-
i\ant. and exploited n lownsile
there as Soulh Hazelton. Au ant-
lion sale of I.'i- was advertised
upon wiiifii Mr. Kelly endeavored
I., obtain an Injunction against
such sale until after the decision
i.r tin- iiaiiwav Commission us to
iin* rights <>r New Hazelton in in*
iin- depot, Mr Rally failed in 'iis
a.-I ion. innl Hie auction I.mk place.
Legal Complications an- likely In
follow  its  n  reslill   of this   snle.
A Scathing Judgment.
Judge Mabee iu.ni.- slroiiK com
monis upon Uiis evidence ot Iht
tn tb.- exploitation nf public lauds
by railway oompanles or anyone
else when in violation nf snlcinn
agreements.
Issued an Injunction.
"I bale never known a more
deliberate attempt lo deprive an
Individual nf his rights, and I
want in say bo innst emphatically," In- said.
"If any private individual bad
.Inn.' what Hif Qrand Trunk Pacini- iilti'iupli'il in dn iu Ibis case
he would have I n in Hie penitentiary, and justly so."
"Au order will i.o Issued compelling Ibe Qrand Trunk  Pacitlo
lo local.'  its Station ill   Hie  point.
nl  whieh  it  agr I  in Incalo it,
nn.l an Injunction will bo issued
against tbeir carrying oul their
own plans," lie said.
This WOUld seem lo end for llll
time iiii- Hazelton lownsile controversy.
Notice.
Whereas, a move is on fool to
divide Up the workers of Print*.-
lluperl Into many weak little
iinitiiis. s.i ihcre would be no hope
of ever attaining any benelii in
the working class, since in nu
underhanded way the Jurisdiction
_  ....     t   lhe   I.   W.   W.   is   lieing   cn-
company's attempts to ohonge the Iorooohed  upon   by ntteinpts  to
location nf a station to Lot 851I separate and weaken workers fu
when lhe Commission had already
sanctioned ii lieing placed mi
Lol ss.' and particularly the
company's advertising nf ihis
ohonge nil over Hn* continent.
lie declared lhal so fm- as la) In
his  power lie would  pill  II  slnp|W.
bis city, bo il understood thy
1. W. W. Will nol tolerate uny
division of wogeworkers and that
its Jurisdiction, embraoes holel,
restaurant ami public servico
workers.   Signed, Secretary I. W.
it
PRINCESS ALICE ARRIVES
linn* ami beautiful chinaware
and  .-rock.-ry,  exclusive designs.
Wallace's. If
The Royal Princess is a Vanoouver Ferry Steamer
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Victoria, Doc.    10   The    new
fori") liiinl for llu- Vane..uxor run.
tin* Prinoess Alice, wilt dock hers
Wednesday morning. sin- has
nun ti- a splendid run from Kng-
lllllll.
PROVINCE SECURES CONTROL
OF RAILWAY BELT AFFAIRS
LARGE   TRACTS  OF   LSND   IN    PEACE RIVER DISTRICT PASS
FROM DOMINION TO PROVINCIAL  CONTROL���CONTAIN   VALUABLE   WATER POWERS.
Against His Assessment.
Ono cnmplniiil against the local
Improvement iissessini'nl llguros
tins been received. II is from
J. N. Muir, owner <>f lola 17 anTi
18, block 37, seel inn 5, who
claims Hint bis assessment is
"unjust, unfair nn.l contrary lo
natural Juslloo,"
How aboul neckwear, silk
kimonos, children's drosses.
Jabour Urns., 3rd avenue, between 7th and 81 b si reels. '   21
Will Hold Smoker
The members of (he Kaien, island Club are plunniiiK a sinnkor
In be belli nil Hie night Of DSOi
.'inlii. Messrs. (I. W. Kerr, Hon.
Frizzell and Joe Roerlg have the
mailer in band. Iliimnr says lhal
lb., imokor will pul .'Veil llie mem
my of Ihfl "high jinks" night In-
i.< the shade,
All   kinds  nf  musical   instruments at. J. S. Gray & Hons', Olh
street.
tf
Mr. Qeo. H. Collins of the Cold
Storage Company on Trip to
England���Will Be Brought Out
in Sections.
News has been roe.'ive.I in town
Uml Mr Qeorge if. Collins, manager of lhe oold Storage ami lish
plant al Seal Dove, is now on his
way lo England to purchase a
(loot of steam trawlers for the
company's use.   Mr. Collins will
sail from New* York on December
{3rd.
it is the Intention ..f Hie oompany I., have ibe trawling Heel
built in England nml shipped mil
in sections by one of lhe big Hliie
l-'iiiiuel freighters to Victoria,
Where the vessels will be pul together nu.I outlined. It is ox-
perli'il In have snme nf tho vessels al work next, summer in llio
fisheries. The trawlers will bo
slaiiii.lily built craft.
Mra. VV; Adams, wife of Constable Adams, with her four
daughters arrived hy ihe Prince
Ruperl Hu- morning,
Christmas toys    bring    Imp..*.
and Joys.���Try Jabour Urns.    II
W. .1. Leery Of Skidogalo was a
passenger by Iho Prince lluperl
I..day.
Pantorium
I'ln.in' 4.
I'mni*. r   Cleaners,
Warks are showing n large assortment of Howard r.itli'i.nl
walclies. If
Qerhard Helntzman.
Kor Ililrly. .days Frank D.
Keoloy, Hie ejtclusivo agent for
this fain..us piano, will offer lf>
per cent, discount on every
piano. tf
See  Sweder  Bros,   for  holiday
tailoring. d21
OH A TRIP SOUTH
Mr.  J,   H.  (Inl I stein,  win.  has
boon in charge of ihe business ol
Messrs. Mi-Miii.in a ii..., wholesale grocers, since lbs (Inn slarl-
ed up here, will leave lonighl on
lhe Prince Ruperl for Vane..liver. Mr. litillilein will have a
Combined  pleasure  nml business
trip down south before reluming.
REMARKABLE
DOCUMENT
Eiact Copy of the Famous Funny
Letter Which Was Spirited
Away from the City Hall on
Monday Night.
Men -We hnvo
you want for the
lace's.
the     presents
Indies.     Wal-
lf
W. K. Benl was a passenger by
the Prinoe iinpi'ii loday.
NoW| ladles, surprise your
gentlemen friends. Prosit' ihem
shaving sets, knives, walking
stloks.     .Iiil.e'tii.  II..use nt IJi.,.1-
lly. it
Following i�� a copy of the fn-
miiiis loiter referring lo Ironoh-
uut lenders whieh was spirited
nway from ibe Cily Hull mi Monday night, and whieh hns iml
-mil* been officially discovered!
"Mayor and Oounoil!
"We nre a mi nt nf 21 men. and
ivi* will  lake any IWO  BOOtlOlM at
Ibe shove prices, Mosi of u< oan
\ni... ami those who oannol will
gel some one who can. *Wt will
support Alderman Newton fnr
mayor, ami his entire ticket, and
If you lei us moke enough nn this
job WS will buy Ints in Sort ion I.
If you will SHOW us a few -.ani*.
extra  we  will   lay   nlf  for  three
days i.efoi lection ami holler
for Newton ami ins ticket.   Ws
a��k you In think llu- over.
"JOHN PETERSON a 00.
I Canadian  Press  Despulch.)
Ottawa. Deo. 20     All nrder-in-
I'liiiiitii wss ilgnsd today Irani
ferrlng i" lhe Provlnoe ..f Hrii
t-ii Columbia the rmhi in administer the railway holt in lhal pro-
V lllll'.
The condition is lhal administration is lo be paid nut of revenue, innl any surplus revenue
derived from district goes to the
Dnmini..n treasury.
Valuable witter rights are
known to oslsl in lh.- belt, nn.l
ihe Provlnoe is mix.mi- lo have
their administration, in the gallon now taken n>> provision is
made for the ultimate transfer
of any unalienated territory buck
in ihe province.   The foreshores
rights ami llie transfer    <>f    the
BonghOOS  reserve ;tl   Vll*|.i|*l,'l well.
also granted.
��� W. S. FIELDING
FOR ENGLAND
Ex-Finance Minister May Enter
Both Business and Political
Life IH Great Britain���Had
Three Seats Offered.
For Men.
Shaving Sols, Safety llaznrs,
Shaving Mirrors, 8 h a v I n g
BrusheSi sirups���-all appropriate
Christmas Kills for men ��� at
Keeley's Pharmacy. If
(Canadian   I'ress  Despatch.)
Ottawa, Dec. 20.���H��n. w. B.
Kiel.ling leaves today for Kngland io attend tb.* funeral of his
-nn-in-law* win. died yesterday.
Although n is not definitely derided, the ex-Minister may remain in England, inking up a
pni-liiership    in    lhe    successful
financial businsss of McAfee &
Co.   Eventually he would seek n
It in lho Hriiish Utilise. Alii any Mr. Fielding has bail the
i.(Tor of three seals in Liberal
nonsllluenoies,
U need I.   I need You.   Try mir
knitted goods.   Jabour Urns, 21
Before SeleollDg n piano see the
Stanley m iimy's lowelry store.
Oannol be beat tot time, quality
and pine.    Piaiitis limed and repaired, tf
Ohrlstmas Cantata and Ohrlstmas
Tree for AH Lovers of Children.
The buys and (firls of the Pr<"<-
hyleriiiu Sunday Solnml linve prepared   n   Qhrlslmsl   lemi.iiii   fnr
Thursday evening in ihe Empress
Theatre. Nothing brums in ons
lhe spirit nf OhPiStfflOS like a
good,    Old-fashioned    r.hrlslmas
tree surrounded by the happy
faoes nf ihe ohlldron. You win
be sure in enjoy yourself if you
iiiini' mi Thursday night.   There
sre n.. reserved seals, but n gen
eral admission ��f On oenls.   The
i.'iiiliiln begins nl 8 o'clock sharp.
L. O. L.
Prince Ruperl Loyal ornngo
Lodge meets Friday night, Doc.
Bt, .1. ilm St.ii- of England Hail,
sin Beoand Avenue.    Hy order���
Secretary, 21
Smoking Concert
The   Longshoreman's   Union
will give a big sin..king concert
mi r.liristiiias night, Dec. 25, at
the I.W.W. Hall. Tickets $1. It THE DAILY NEWS
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The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and Ihe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Compuny, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTI3ING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and Mexico-DAILY, 50c
per month, or $5.00 per yenr, in advance. Weekly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily Vewi Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
Nsw York-National Newnpaper Bureau, 219 East 28rd St., New York City.
Sbattlb���Puget Sound News Co.
London, Enulanii -The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
Subscribers will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in ease of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday, Dec 20
A   UNIQUE   INVESTIGATION.
Whatever dissatisfaction Mayor Manson has caused during
his term of ofllce among those of the citizens who prefer u
business tn a political administration, he has amply atoned by
the investigation he eomllifted yesterday into lhe charges of laxity in the police anil license administration, No similar investigation has ever been conducted anywhere else. As the Journal
remarked of it this morning in flamboyant eulogy: "It was
indeed a happy Ihoughl of lhe Mayor to lake the method he
tlid iu testing the foundation lor such reports." Mr. Manson
should get the method copyrighted and patented. Under some
pleasing title, such as "The Manson   Whitewash  Method,"  it
should inive a considerable sale at large prices among those
license ami police boards who may require an easy method
of whitewash. ^
The beauty of the Manson Method is thai all the parties
who are on trial���the Police officers, the License Commissioners ami the license holders���can gel together and mutually perform the whitewashing act. Under Ihe ohl system an
in.I.'pendent judge and an Independent jury had to be bothered
with the tiresome business. The Manson Method saves independent judges ami Independent juries all this trouble.
Applied to the 'work of the ordinary courts of justice it
would save Ihe salaries of judges ami courl officers. II would
probably be the means of abolishing Hie prison system also.
Under the Manson Method nil lhe parties in any way reflected
upon could gel together and swear lo each other's innocence
and everything would be lovely. Uiii- fearsome police Courts
Could then be turned into Mutual Admiration Leagues.
Mr. Manson in the days when he was seeking office promised a thorough shaking up and housci-lcaniiig iu the police
and In.'iiso departments, and he has kepi his promise.
How widespread has been the alarm felt throughout the
City at the supposed loose way in which the law was being
enforced is very well known. Indeed, among Hit.so who communicated lo Tlie News protesting against the alleged disorderly manner in which one of the licensed houses was said lo be
conducted wns u woman in (ho tenderloin district Curiously
enough, the plea wns based ou grounds Of public morality.
Now that the License Commissioners under the Manson
Method have -e.-ui-ed from each applicant before renewing his
license a statement lhal he had nn complaints to make and
that no club was held up to him, the public will feel relieved
���perhap-.
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
Spot the "Sealsbipticnse"
-in-
Frizzell's
MEAT MARKET
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twuin'B Oyster Story," containing   delicious    recipes.
We nell "SesUhipt" Oy.t.r.
Froth From the Sea.  .  .  ���
���APPETISING AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES, ASK FOR���
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens snd Green Vegetables
-THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
I FRIZZELL'S
Third
Avenue
Christmas vexatious problems  easily solved by Sloan & Company's Script.
Sold for any amount, redeemable in merchandise.
Prince Rupert, b.c 191 ���
Sloan & Company, Limited
MERCHANDISE   SCRIPT
Deliver to.
of	
$	
SLOAN & COMPANY
100
SLOAN & COMPANY, LIMITED
Sixth Street
..Christmas Hampers..
NO.  1���"AT HOME"
2 bottle. ***. A O. Scotoh
1  bottl. 3 8Ur Br.ndy
1 bottl. Port
2 bottl*. Choice Claret
e bottle.  Beer   (quart*)
ONLV  S��
NO. 2���"FSMILV"
2 botlla. P. * O. Scotoh
1 bottle 3 Star  Brandy
2 bottlee Dry Oln
1 bottle Beet Sherry
1 bottle  Be.t  Port
6 bottl** St.  E.tephe Cltret
ONLV SU
NO. 3���"FRENOH DINNER"
1 bottl* Amer Picon
2 bottl*. Haut Bimc (quarta)
4 bottl** St.  E*l*ph*  (quarta)
3 bottle*   Sparkling   Moeelle   (quart.)
1  bottl* 20-Vtir-0ld  Brandy
1  bottla  Yellow  Chartreui*
ONLV SIT
NO. 4��� "INTERNATIONAL"
1 bolll* litre Sherry
2 bottl.. Ch.blli
3 bottl** Cheateau Margaui
4 bottle* Ohampagn*
1  bolll* 66-V*ar-Old  Bltqult  Brandy
1  bottle  Maraalilno
ONLV ��26.    (All quarta.)
NO. B���"QERMAN  DINNER"
1  boltla CherrlM In SUraddno
3 bolll**  Ll*bfraumllch
6 bottl** Sparkling Hock
1 bottl* 20-Voar-Old Brandy
1 boltla Kirch
1  bottla Hummel
12 bottle* Beer
ONLV S1S    (All quart*)
NO.   S���"COSMOPOLITAN"
1 boule  Cocktail.
2 boltl** P. A O. Scotch
1  bottl* 20-V��ar-Old Brandy
e bottle. Al* or Stout
1  bottl* Sloe Oln
1   bottl*  Or..n   Charlr.u.*   (pint)
ONLV SI0.26
We have not been established 50 yonrs, but wo can sell you
55-year-old Brandy.   Remember, we have n complete aaaortment
..f all standard Liquors, and control the exclusive agency for n
large number of lhe Dost Wines, 1,Minors and Liqueurs ever seen
in the Provlnoe. We buy direct from Europe aud give you tho
benefit  of the middleman's profits. *
10 per cent, discount on all bills   Over $6 until the end of the year.
Clarke Bros., Ltd. 'sm*mmy**mm Phone 39
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20,1911
AT 8.15 P. M.
In Aid of Public School Library Fund
Seat Sale opens at Keeley's Monday December
18th at  10 a. m.    Play produced by
Mr. L. Bullock-Webster
Don't buy a watch befort looking over
our stock. Ask the American railroad  man his opinion of the ....
J. S. Gray & Son, Jewelers,
WEBB C. BALL
Sole Ak-.tti*.. w.* aiu carry a full
line of Howard. Elgin*, Waltham**,
Hamilton. III...*.,-. Lonirino movement!
Empress Theatre
PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
-PRESENTS-
"OUR REGIMENT'1 Samuel Harrison & Co.
SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY rtlll.le)
V, P. O. GAMBLE
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert - and
Stewart
Tickets $1.00
Children 50c
When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
CARLTON  HOTEL
finest Cafe In B.C.     European PUn.     Rates $1.00 to $2.50 per day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
CORNER CORDOVA AND CAMBIE STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
j!
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C
-^.^.~-��-M
Read The Daily News
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
AND
SHOE
HOUSE
Corliss Coon Collars
Harry Smith    ���    -    3rd & 7th
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR
that will be both useful and appropriate
Fancy Suspenders
Fancy Armlets
Men's Dressing
Gowns
Bath Robes
Smoking Jackets
Hand Bags
Suit Cases
Shirt Bags
Collar Bags
Dressing Cases
Silk Handkerchiefs
Linen Handkerchiefs
Knitted Mufflers
Silk Mufflers
Knitted Neckwear
Silk Neckwear
MARTIN O'REILLY
2nd Ave.
3rd Ave.
AUSTRALIANS WIN.
Criokett Team Is 126 Ahead on
First Innings.
Sydney. Dec. 18.���The M. 0. C.
hns iniitle a 18 in lhe llrsl test
mulch, leaving lhc Australians
wllh  ii  lend of  120 nn  (lie  flrsl
innings.
LIGHT PLANT OOAL
Westholme Lumber Oo. Is Awarded Contraot for Next 225 Tons.
Willi it bid <>f $H per long Ion
dollvored ni ib.- light plant in accordance wiih strict weight and
measui ver-sesn by the city
ofllcinls, llir Wesl holme Lumber
Co. secures llie contract. Their
bid wa.s accepted Inst nighl.
Messrs. Rogers & Black bid l.rl.25
per ion, ami tenders were received from Nanaimo and Dutismuir
collieries lo supply 100(1 tons of
coal for a year al iM per Ion
f.o.li. al Nniinimo and I'liion Hay
respectively. Rates for ship-
iii.-ul from lliosc poinls lo Princo
lluperl willioul dockngc foes were
quoted at 92.50 per ton by the
<i. T. P., G, P. ll. and Union
Steamship companies.
"John's" Special Run.
The O. T. P. steamer Prince
John pulled out for Hlewnrt nl
sharp 10:80 a. in .lodny iu order
I., be back in lime to conned with
Uie Ohrlstmas sailing of i!���������
i'rince lluperl at 8:30 p. in,
Thursday.
Choicest liquors and cigars-
Savoy.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
Appeals to the Business and Professional Man,
the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
Walks of Life
BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When a man's time is worlh
ii great deal more lo him Hum
Ihu cost of a drink habit euro
he ia nol going (o drug along
for twenty-eight to forly-lwo
ilnys Inking a Irealiiicnl when
hu can gel a cure in Ihreo days,
willioul hypodermic injections,
and be surrounded with every
comfort of home.
A PKRFgOT CURE.
The Neal internal Irealment
cures lhc periodical, occasional or niotlernlo drinker and lhe
nervous man who has to drink
to keep from becoming nervous. It lakes away all inclination to drink, all desire and
craving lo drink, by neutralising the poison of alcohol in the
system and ridding the blood
of ibe poison by n rapid .��.<���
lem of elimination, I<*nvinp (b#
drinker iu  lb'* condll Ihi
he wns before Itfstlng liquor,
SO fnr ns lho .'il.'.'I Of ale*!
inuy be ciiiii-i-riicil���all apatite for drink gone���and be a
new man.
The treatment consisti d
lhe infernal administration dl
a harmless remedy, Ionic It
its action, thai removal *
craving for liquor in a verr
few hours.
DRUG HABIT CURED.
At llie Vancouver InsUtsll
we also treat dn - addlcllw
with uniform - ocean. <*���-
write or phone for booltlst,!�����
ing full Information.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
1250 Broadway W., Vanoouver, B. 0.       Phone Bayvlew I
Find It Through a News Want Ad.
MEMORAfSfDUM
OPE IN     EVENINGS   UNTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned   /#
Money
at
.
We   Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
-���     m   i
'*,' "IS******
Per Cent, to
Builrl This
House
Let us loan yoj the mmiy to buy or build a house or pay off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C. THE DAILY NEWS
mum mmrnxMrnrnm
The best Xmas or
New Year present
is a year's subscription to ... .
at Home
He
WEEKLY NEWS
It has all the news of the
week's progress in the
city and district. It tells
more about the place than
yon could write in a month.
It will come regularly each
week like a letter from you.
"We feel as if we know
everything and everybody
in Prince Rupert through
reading your paper. It's
the most interesting paper
we receive/' writes a subscriber from England.
���POST PAID TO ANY ADDRESS IN���
United States or Eng. . Canada
$2.50 per year $2.00
m��zm*&��B
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���ifl
Birks' Catalogue
will assist in making your Christinas buying a success.
Send your name and address al once and gel this free
shopprs' guide, from which you may select in lhe quiel
of your home goods which represent thc standard of
fashion, excellence, qualily and finish. From Birks'
greal Stock of Jewelry, Silver, Gut Glass, Watches,
('.locks, Leather Goods, Art Goods and Novelties you
may solecl the most choice and pleasing Christmas gifts.
Communicate with us al once and benefit by lho prices
of tho importer and manufacturer.
Henry Birks & Sons. Ltd*
Jewellers and Silversmiths
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
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MATHIEUS
SYRUP
OF TAR    /
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LIVER OIL V
��ES_i
60UDR0N
���nu m
H��fDEM0IU/E
huma
-"-asrvr-
Syrup of Tar
CODUVEROU
Cures Coughs
Mathieu's Syrup of Tar & Cod Liver Oil
is s great Tonic and not only stops a cough
but enables the system to throw it off.
There should be a bottle of it in every home.
Large size bottle 350   Sold everywhere.
J. **. MATHim- CO., Pr.*.      ���       SHEBBBOOKB
���i^ii^t^iWMr^.W *M**aa****a**t*
'    ... .ITEMS OF.
SPORT!
Tom Longboat Leaves.
Tom Longboat, the "human
grasshopper," is making the
longest "Imp" of his career, according in reports from Amherst,
He loft 11 week ago to run Fred
Qameron, tlie Nova Sc.ilin champion, Intending tu return Immediately after the contest. Now
lhe story comes from llie maritime provlnoe that be lias flitted
to Scotland lo run in llie Powder
Hull marathon in Edinburgh on
New Year's Duy, along with Cam-
ci'tin and lliilmci-, tbe Canadians.
The Indian's departure was not
only a surprise to liis friends, but
to his wife, who knew nothing
about il until she received u wir
thai lie had sailed.
Offers a New $10,000 Oup.
Hon. Arthur Stanley, a son of
Lord Stanley, former govei'iior-
general of Canada and donor of
the famous Stanley cup, emblematic of the world's hockey championship, and held by (illawa, has
written Messrs. P. D. ltoss and
\V. M. Fogan, tho cup trustees,
making a most generous offer
lhal he and his brother, Lord
Derby, have decided lo offer a
new cup to the hockey teams of
Canada to replace the old one.
They havo written offering to
give $10,000 lo purchase a new
li-ophy.-
A Few Don't, for Bowlers.
Don't (ry to learn in a day.
Don't use loo much speed at
first.
Don't grip thc ball too tight.
Don't loft the ball.
Don'l play Ibe side ball until
you have mastered the centre delivery.
Don'l swing the ball more than
once before delivering il.
Don't si mi wiih a jump; wulk
one and run two steps.
Don't deliver the ball with llie
right font in front.
Don't step on or over the foul
line.
Don't Ihink you can change the
course of the ball after it has left
your hand.
Don't allow the alley birds to
get your goal.
Don'l expect a strike because
you Mil Ibe bead pin.
Don't throw away a spare because you think you were en-
tilled to a slriko.
Don'l Ihink the other fellow
has all the luck; plug away,
tilings will change.
Don'l use nny unnecessary motions.
Don'l exert yourself. A slow,
accurate ball is betler (han a
swift, wild one.
Don'l put your whole thumb in
thc "finger" hole���one joint is
enough.
Don't tell your wife you carried
off the honors���she may rend oil
aboul il in Ibe papers.
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The Easiest Way
to Buy
Christmas Gifts
Shopping by mail ihroujh
Ryrie't Mtil Order Doptrt.
ment it jun ns ntliftetory
M thoufli you visited our
���lor* in person.
With our new i-mulu|jiie
write for it, its In,    ytiu can
chooie your gift-, in the quiet
ol your own litimc without
���ny worry or trouhle.
We prepay ull charijei on
sny -article purchated (rom
Ul, Sua ranter its mfe arrival,
sod refund your money il you
sre not lalitfied.
i = THE COSY CORNER =
j   [DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
t*m*m***A*~
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This is a little section of the paper, which from duy to duy will be devoted
to subject* of speciul interest to women. Any und all of thu Indies of Prince Hupert
aro invited to cnntribulo lo iu columns, und to tuku purt in its discussions. Sun-
Kcstions and criticisms uro invited by the editor. The hopo is expressed thut "The
Cosy Cornor" will iill a social need.
OENSOR MOVING PICTURES
o
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Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canada's Larftll Jcwglry House
Ja$. ffyrit, Pre*.
Harry Ryrit, See.-rrta$,
134-136-138 Yonje St.
H TORONTO tm
1=301 3QC1
Seattle Women Find  Interesting
and IL-cful Work aa Censors.
Mi>> Alice Lord, business 1111111-
agor nl ilu- Waitress' Union of
Seattle, nn.l in*. Barab Kondall, a
mi'tlii'ill pi'iirlil i.iiii'i', ure among
tlie appo iii toes of tin' lirsi board
tei ci* isitisliip in puss upon ull
Hie films In In- shown in lhal cily.
II is uu Important worki iilllmugli
the ecus.iis rooolvo no pay, got
no theatre passes and undertake
Ibe work solely from 11 s.'iisc of
duly.
A\��m
i*?tsW
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Lutt. Princ. Rup.rt Thuriday .1 S:SO
p. m., Dec. 21.1 and 2Sth, arriving In Vancouvar aarl-r Saturday morning, Dec. 23d
���nd 30th.
MASS VOUR RCBIRVATIONS  SSRtV
Phona 260
SS. Princ* John for Stewart 10 a. m ,
Om. 20th ind 27ih.
Pr.unt  ach.dul.  will   remain  In  .SMI
until .box date*.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
Fur row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis boat
house.
New
Knox
Hotel
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. Thc finest anil best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the oflice of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Arranging for Danoe.
Tho   members   of   lho   Kaien
Island Olub an' arranging to hoi
another of tholr delightful members'  dances   on   tho   nighl
.laiiiiiii*.   f5lli.
Don'l forget Unit you can find
n oomplolo line of Hund Hags,
Suit Case I'liihrcllas wiih gold
inlet unit sterling silver bandies.
Qray's Jewelry Store. Pries
right. If
A HINT TO THE 8HV
You Can Overcome Your Embarrassment by Will  Power.
Shyness comes tin-..ugh luck of
i'iiiiiIiIi'iii'i'. anil in overcome shy
in-- it Ifllherefore necessary lo
overcome  this  feeling  of diill-
donoe and gain moro confldenoe.
There     is     nothing     like     i|uiei
though) io help in the attainment
of Bolf-confldonoc, and the shy or
I nui.I person will gain much liy
Inking a few minutes' quiel ami
Ihoughl each .la-., .luring which
time lhe min.I is Qxed on Hie
cause of the shyness or flurry.
Bo determined nol lo become shy
or nervous and reason wllh yourself as I., why you should uul bo-
come Urns agitated,
Determine lo rub- yourself by
your own though Is and liy your
own reasoning powers.
A
Crowded for room���musl discontinue om- toy department;
ovory thing In loys, dolls, gaifies,
.'I.'., al cost.   Wallace's. If
CARE OF THE FEET
Unless Your Feet Are Comfortable You Cannot Be.
Ever nollee how your feel ro-
iirri   iheir condition  over your
whole bodyf   if they nn Id or
Iii'.-.I or hot you feel oold or tired
tu- iml nil over.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ic and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
H. Gordon Munro W. Nlchol-wn Ull.y
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
In llu* fin t' llif Foot il must
bf ii'iiii'iiiiii'i'i'ii iiuii iit.' leather
nl Hu- olosoly tilling boot allows
very little ventilation, and sn
moro attention musl l.e paid Lo
ilu' airing of lho foot, as woll as
in ili.'ir I.niliing. Tho foot should
iif bathed Iwloo dally.
.in making lho lollol for lhe
ovouing dinner botli Bhoos ami
Blockings should be ohangod, Lhe
stockings bung up iu lhe room
und lhe shoes left oul lo uir and
dry, instead of being slulTcd into
lhe shoobag, to remain there until
ihe next morning,
An alt*.ihnl iiib will lie found
very refreshing lo weary feet. For
profuse perspiration of the feel
boric arid or lalotim powder may
be Used, dUSting III." powder o\cr
the foci bolh nighl and morning.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
PRINCE RUPERT PUDDING
So  Named  Because  Made  From
Our Staple Fruit, Bananas.
Thiokly butter a plain pudding
nu.uld and dooorste with alternate
rows of oberriea  and angelica
rings.     .Melt   two   tablespoonfuls
of butter in one gill of milk and
stir min it Un  beaten eggs and
three heaping tablespoonfuls of
sugar an da.I.l to it a teaspoonful
of vanilla extract.   Pour ihis cus-
lurd while il is hot over four
ounoos of breadorumbs. Put the
mixture carefully Into lhe prepared mould, adding lo it four
-lit'i'il bananas thai have been
.-ui across In ihiu slices. Cover
ihe pudding with buttered paper
and sleum it for Iwo hours.
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
iifHrltii.lt Columbia of B.C.. Ontario. Su-
��tni Miiiiite.U. Han. Iml.-lmwRn   .nd  AU
bet-La Hart.
CARSS A BENNETT
Bakristehs, Notaries, Etc
Office-Exchange block, corner Third .venue .nd
Sixth ..root. I'rlnce Ruuert. B
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, .kllfully treated. Ga. and
local ana.the.ic administered for the painle.. extraction of teeth. Con.ultation I ree. Office. 1
HctKCrwn Block. Pnnee Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Mitn-irm B.A..     W.E Williiim��.li.��.,l..L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.t
'.!0. BOX ts
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
frill, or WM. I rrXeiN.  Esq., A.R.A.N..  ION.. SNO
Ladies' watches from now unlit Xiiiiis nl special prices al
Wark's. If
PANCAKE FRITTERS
You Can't Make Them Too Often
for the Children.
Pancake Fritters- Two table-
s| Ilflils Of flour, IWO egg-. I'lll
flour in a basin and stir into same
sufllclenl boiling water to make
inio a paste. Leave lo cool, Ihen
break In lhe eggs .unbeaten and
mix together with a fork. Have
reaily sunn, hot dripping in a fry-
Ingpan and place lhe mixture iu
little heaps. Fry n golden brown,
turning 10 < I. both sides.    This
quantity should make fourteen or
fifteen fritters, serve hot with
I.-moil and sugar.
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Lit* and Accid.nl Inaurance*
618 3rd Avenue Phone 20.1 and Gra*n ii!
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS ft  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between lOtli and Hth Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Hotel Central
Cor. F.r.l A...
���di) 7th Street
European an.1 American plan, .team
tw-ati*,!, imalcrn convenience*. Rate*
ll.t.t t-> ti.r*i per day.        :        :
Proprietor
B.C. Coast service - Famous Prncess
Line
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH ���$
Chriatmas Rush.
Hig rush to Keeley's for Perfumes .ii fancy gin packages,   tf
BESNER A BESNER,   Proprietors
Th. New Knox Hotel la run on th. European
felan.   Flnt-claa. ��ervlc   All th. I-iteit Mod��r*n
mprovemenw. ���:���:��� BEDS Mc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
FRED. STORK
-* * * * -*-
-General Hardware -
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware ���
SECOND - AVENUE
Princess May
Thursday, December 21st, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria.   Vane*,.over  and Seattle
J. G. McNab ��� General Agenl
\
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BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
I l,*^..-fc..^.*^..-
>e���.ei���..eifc.. .e.'.H.e'. l.^i.^e.^.ei.  .e^.e  .
Mrs. Frizzell's
The eternal quest in buying party and evening dressss
is to And something prettier, something more "becoming,"
something in the way of a new effect in an approved atyle.
Mr. Frizzell haa alwaya oarried the acknowledged leading
display of this olass of gooda in Prince Rupert, and fa now
offering them at a decided sacrifice.
A big reduction has also been made In ralnooats and
ladies' and children's ooals.
Useful Ohrlstmas glfta serve as a constant reminder
of the giver.. The store is replete will holiday suggestions
���In fact, It Is a doclded ahow nowadaya.
Ladles' collars, handkerchiefs, needlework, etc., In
fact, an endless variety of appropriate Christmas novelties.
ALL TASTES GRATIFIED EXCEPT POOR TASTES.
Prince Rupert Lodge, 1.0.0 J.
NO. S3
Meets in the Helgerson Block!
Every Tuesday Evening
Ail  members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraeer uid Sth.        Choice WliM. .nd Clian
RUFIRT'S   PALACE   Of   COMFORT
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also si ores In same block.
Two cottagef cotter Second Avenue ami
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots in ali parts ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. DJRAND
Second Ave. Phone 112 j
Mrs. Frizzel's    -     -    Sixth Street
OPEN UNTIL 10 p.m. THIS WEEK
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . **.(*.
Outer Swttp'ag aad Fames Qtuat
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naccs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Pwlial Oisuer Son*- *U,ess  laa Hetel, m
Phone 71
E. L FISHER
Funeral  Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   SSS.
OPEN PAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS anii i:\lliAI.MHI.:
Funeral   Director.
���1rd Ave. ne.r illh St. Phon. No. M
i in im- 901 r.o. son SM
PONY EXPRESS
' 1     II M�� lie    Ml It. IHST-    Ull I'.KHV   SSSVICS
Bai'inure. Storage and Fnrwardln* AirenU.    For
Rig. or Motor Car day or nlfht
Seventh Ave. and Ful.on
1-hi.ne .101
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamflttingand
Sheet Metal Work
Olllee: Srd Ave. Workshop
Phone 174 2nd Ave. Bel. 7th an.l Kth SI.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
Xmas  Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of rlincolates in fancy baskets an.l boxes
also a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS   AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR    WINDOW
..Grand Hotel.
Workwoman's Home
Free Labor Bureau is Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO.  BRODERIUS.  Propri.lor.
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines .-.- Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS   :.-   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block - - Phone 56
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
L
Exclusive Agent, for
BUDWEISER BEER! THE DAI^,Y NEWS
Do You Need Xmas Help?  *  Try the News Want Ad. Way.     It's a Good One.
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CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
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Nugget Pins Pearl Brooches, 14k Necklets
Pearl Tie Pins, 14k Signet Rings Cut Glass
Lockets Solid Gold Cuff Links
Solid Silver Match Safes, Cigarette and Jewel Cases
ALL GOODS  ENGRAVED FREE
Make your selection Early and pet First Choice
R. W. CAMERON
Jeweller and ....
Diamond Specialist
Select your goods for engraving early and avoid disappointment
HART'S
Christmas : Goods
The Largest and Most Select Stock in the City
We linvi- fancy decorated China from Japan, China,
Austria, Bohemia, France an.l England. An especially
nice line of English dinner sets.
out glass direct from European manufacturers.
PRESSED GLASS from the  largest  lions.' in Canada.
STONEWARE, crocks, jugs, bean p..Is, teapots, etc., from
Wisconsin. An excelli-nl line of plated ware to choose
from.
BA8KET8 in all sizes ami varieties.
LAMPS I" light the entire cily, from tht* most fancy to
the cheapest bedroom lamp.
ENAMELWARE  l.��.  numerous in mention.
OIL OLOTH nn.l linoleums.    There is where we shine.
FURNITURE such as fancy rockers from $2 lo S20.
EASY CHAIRS from Sill  up.    Couches ami  parlor suites.
Il.*e.I and nil tan chairs ami rockers.    Hods and bedding.   A large stock of curtains ami draperies, loo.
Conking and healing stoves and cm-pels.
EVERYTHINQ  IN  HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 62.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
THR
Mack Realty & Insurance
OMmjnr.
I'M -l|..n-e. and Hental.
Fine View Corner
���IN 8F.CTIOS   TWO���
$2,250
SNAP   -   $525 Each
1.-1   IS, 14. 15. Block *��, Section 5
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Your Friends
would  like  a souvenir  of
Prince Kupert.
Why not buy them a beautiful Embroidered Handkerchief, a pair of Cloves
or an   Umbrella?
JACK BEATTIE
WHARFMASTER
Newly    Appointed    Wharfmaater
Hooes to Have Wharf Opened
Within   Six   Weeks���WIII   En
gage Staff.
Mr. ,i. ii. ii.'iiiii.. returned to
town on ihe Prince Ruperl tins
morning, adorned wiih the title
<*f master of the Provincial Government wharf. He will get to
vt'ik ill oi.c gelling the whnrf
in shape fm- llie opening in six
��.-.-ks' lime.
\ lug warehouse is In be erect-
..I ..ii lhe wharf, ."..".ii feel long
li*.  BO wi.li*.    Mr. Henllic will oil
ii- superintendent of construction
for Un- work. ITe will also engage  au  otli iniT,  to consist
of ii bookkeeper ami two checkers.
While down south Mr. Ileal lie
paid n visit to Beattie lo inspect
Un* wharf method! in use there,
tie  hns  ordered  a  motor  slip
niis.ng gear similar It. llie one
iu use al Beattie Id be installed
si.ni ||y.
Mr. Fred Ritchie relumed in
town loday on the Prince lluperl.
i>r. Clayton, sooompanled by
Mrs. Qlayton, arrived by lhe llupert. this morning.
Jabour -- House ot Quality
Third Avenue, between Tth and 8th St.
Mrs. Hamblin, wife <>f Constable Hamblin, bus left for Winnipeg .ui .1 business trip.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skrena land l.lslrlr.l ���pmirlcl of C������lar.
Tak.- Dollce ihat I. Jtim<"> T. luiiorinn.
i.r Vanrniirrr. II <:.. ..rnipallnn rnalnrer*
mir .null tu. uu. nil l.i apply fur pi'riiils��l>ni
lo purchate ih- ri.lliiniiiir ilr.rtii.i .1 lands.*
<   '-ll.llli IM lit.   .1    |   |lll.|   (llMltl-ll    ||    I l,1l||��
r����l nl Man-, hlver anil in rhain�� snulh or
I'n iini'ili.ii v. ip? iSBC), llii*iir*> 40
i lulu, nm lh. Ihi-nn- St thai..*, wcnl, ilirnre
tn thann aouth, Inlliiwinr Uir >aa�� Illver;
IIi.iiii. .*.�� . le.iin. oaat in puint i.r SOffl'
nn iii.*niini; roniaining loo acroa. more
nr leaa.
I.   T.  FIJI.I.KHTOH.
H. ii. Stewart, Arent.
I.ai-il I'rlnr.. lini.ru. Di>c. II, tall.
.'it..   Dec.  I a.
Mrs. Ward was u passenger b>
llie Prinoe Ruperl from Vnn-
.-..liver tins morning,
"The News" Classified Ads.   $ Christmas Giving
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
M--..^.. --..-��.���.���.-
-THEKE   ARE   NO
'DEAD   ONES'
��*oooooooo*v>
There is more than one article  here suitable for Christmas   n.
ing  that will  compel youi   inspection and assure your selection,
A COLUMN OF
LOCAL JOTTINGS
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prinoe Rupert That Are'in the
Day'a Happenings.
New Government Building.
Very rapid work with a largo
I'oi'cc of men is going ahead lo
repair lhe mischief caused by lho
Registry oflloe lire by erecting a
li'iiipni'iiry building.
Ohrlstmas Social.
Tlie Scandinavian Society Valhalla of S. II. & E. P. is making
preparations for an enjoyable
social with dance in K. of P. Hall
Saturday, Dec. 30th, at 8 p. in.
Music by Cray's orchestra.
Qenllemen $1.50; ladies free.
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Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous candies in a
large ami varied assortment and
Chrialmaa gift boxes ot Keeley's,
Srd ami (ith. tf
Well Known In West.
II. N. Boss, lhe well-known limber Iraol   and  real .'stale agent,
is in llie city again from Victoria
on  local business.
There arrived yesterday a largo
shipment of Cut Glass, Hoyal
Crown Derby China, hiiiitl pninleil
China ami many other beautiful
lines   especially   attractive   and
appropriate for Xmas gifts.   Cull
at Wark's before you buy.      tf
Pedestrians, Bowarol
As   th ii.lition  of  lhe   city
streets is decidedly unsafe, especially at night, a general notice
warning pedestrians thai Ihey
use lho streets ut iheir earn risk
Is  Iii  lie   posle.I  liy  order  of Ihe
Counoil.
Ohrlstmas Cards.
Extraordinary   assortment   al
Keeley's. tf
Xmas Windows.
It's worth while comparing tlie
various excellences of the Christmas win.low decorations iu Ruperl Jusi now. Note particularly tin- different Ingenious "snowstorms" devised by enterprising
.1.-liters.
One Heinlzinnn
to be sacrificed
Warks.
Player   Piano
for   cash   at
If
New Warehouse Grows,
lioo.l  progress  is being  mn.le
on Ibe new warehouse for W. .1.
McMillan at  the wharf, near the
Uobley-Horrls building. The
foundation i- about oomplolo mul
work will start soon on lhe
superstructure.
Call nml see our select stock
of .li.um���ml. nml gem rings. J. S.
lirny & Sons' Jewelry Slore.   If
O. T. P. Xmas Ship.
Thill's.lay nighl at Bi80 o'dook
llie Prince lluperl will pull out
on her wuy lo Vancouver, Victoria nml Boallle wiih Xmas passengers. Tii is special trip of Hie
Rupert's Is a popular ami appro-
dated lirraiigemeiil,
Christmas Gifts In Ohlna.
��� Keeley's elegant display of
hand painted China in wide
range of variety and price is nt-
Irncting lhc Christmas shoppers.
If
MIS8INQI-
LETTER
Sprightly   Dooument  Disappears
From  the Olty  Hall.
Mr.   Lindsay   Williams!   Mrs.
Williams, Miss f. nn.l Miss (ila.lys
Williams  arrived  this  morning
from ihe soulh,
Mr. an.I Mrs. (I. Ileifi-hel wero
welcomed i.a.-k loday from their
honeymoon trip.
Hot  her a  fashionable silk  i.r
net blouss, a gold nn.l poor! handled umbrella, a len set- maiiv
I lungs  to  ohOOSS   from   nl Wal-
lace's, tf
Among Monday night's trenching lenders was a letter addressed
lo lhc Mayor and accompanying
n hid by Iweiily-oiiu men for tho
work,   lis writer averred lhat all
tils gang \<t*n* voters or could influence voles nml weiil on to sny
Hint Ihey were all going In work
for Newt.ui. lie asked thai Hie
I.'ii.I.'i' he considered and said
lhal  tiny  exlrn  yardage  allowed
would be appreciated,  Tim letter
caused laughter tnd was passed
around Ihs board,   i.asi seen in
llu- Iiiiii.Is of Aldermnn Newion,
il hint next morning disappeared,
Neither lhe Mayor nor the Cily
clerk could disoover il.
I
L
For Rent
For Rrnt-Two roomixl cntiln. il.ii..- lo M.Ilrltlc,
fr.'.lilv iiuptriml and clou, only 110 par month.
II  F. Mclliii" A Co. t-r
At  cost,
Wnllnce's.
toys,  dolls,
games-
tf
Insurance
OUR Comp.nloa .re noted for prompt nntl just
iH'itleiiu'iitii. We writ, overy known cttisa of
Inaurance. The Muck Realty ami Intiuranco Co.
Wanted
W tinted-General Servant.
Autily Mra. 1.. W. Patmore.
Other maiil  kept.
tf
Maternity nurae open for enitaircnu-tit. Apply
Box 2169 Newa. tf
Wanted. ��� Drcaamaklnit. cleaning antl press-
ins, repairing for men and women Mra Ciinrlt-s
Percher. 820 Third Ave.   Phon. 291 Red.     tf
Wanted to rent or leaao by first of January. 6 or
II room modern house, close In.   State terms to
Boa IS,
WANTED���Youth   wllh   buslm-ss   oollen
iriiiniiiK  in  Irani  n wholesale  Initio  In
tiniie.    Apply,  wllh particulars,  in box
is, News once. usu-sna
M.MlllV���Why remain lonely t The Meal
liilruiliiccii.il Club leads lu happiness. A
ulrlctly private, hlfth-rlass, up-to-riatc
ini eiiiiin fur pruporly Inlrnducing wormy
men ii.-iiri*.thi.- people "I any nationality,
ii'llKluii. aire, nr iin.nii-i.il i-utitlillun.
Many people waiting, rich and poor.
iMi-iii'iili.i-s fict*. Plain, sialiil i-nvilopi'.
I, C. Wilson, box 1770, Vancouver, li. C.
(       Lost and Found       (
*i . n .1 r��.ii r-ir s a am ".n wa  i*
LOST���In vlrliiliy nr Seal Cove on Slxlh
live., a prayer book sel In leather case.
hm.IK  n I'litt lo .News ..in.-.-   ���.'...i *.'DI
( For Sale ���
I'UII   sale ��� Fiirnlliirc
Boi km, .ny.
for
t
Stenographer
r. - room   i -���-
l
a**t*x*m*\*M
Kastern iitcnojrrapher of wide experience wants
position. Aii.lt.-*.*. "Stenographer, 662 Cordova St., Vancouver. B.C. t-f
I
Business Chances
J WE
DOST worry about
dollar.    Spei
l.t    lis.
*81).3llO
rainy day��.    We d
""   plerea
mn line ii.iini.i-
i iniiiv   w i-ininc  at   II   pler.-s   lor  one
e.-t-i.ti rare alien Si
Pioneer sIrani Laundry.
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Garde of I'rlnce Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, rive notice lhat on the
28th day of December. 1911,1 intend to upply t"
the Water Comm mat oner at hit offlce in Princ-*
Kupert for a license to uke and uae two cubic
feet of water per arcond fmmin unnamed atream
in the District of ('...t.i Kan*-* .'���. Skeena Division.
1-4 mile eaat of the Tyee Station. G.T P. Rv.
The water ft to tie tak��>n from the ilream about
one half mile above its outlet, and ll to be ueed
for developing power fnr a quary aituateil at the
outlet of aaid creek, alunir tha Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. >ih. l.-n. ,|.j;
Shoes..
JOHN CURRIE
MADE AND
REPAIRED
SECONO AVRN.'K
raiNci gotta**
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XMAS GIFTS
The iii'-t .iii- .inlii,��� .itiri in.,-1
���ii'1'..'i lip ii Xmas una arc tiaually
round In well appointed Jowolry
���lores.
Today wn hate iho most complete
and besl assorted stock or liveable,
gills ever shown in Ruperl.
Our Out Olaas display Is a worthy
one���inclusive, occlusive.
Then hand-dccoraled china makes
a dainty remembrance. We have
Moorrralt and "loyal Crown Pcrby.
Our J.w.lry outclasses anything
wc havo ever bororo shown, and In
all mir experience wo never had
beller goods for the money.
Wark's
..THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS...
Three lots, III.elk 7. si'Cllnll  I, IS,500 e.it'h;
ii cub, bill. I, S, 3 years ut 7 per cent.
Two lots, block '.'��, secllnn I, |>5,II00 pair;
I,      I'llSll,     lllll.     le,      |f,      18     llleelllh-,     || I     7
per cent
Twu lots, block IS, scclltill 5, ��1,050; ��D.I0
CSih, bat, II, A, 9, 111 iiiunlhs
Twu Inls, lil..t-k *.'. setllnn D, ll.titnl. Eqully
cu-h.    Pine view luts.
oue int, block ti. -.tMtii.it r,, 11,sun, (non
Ctih, I, i'e. I'.' 1111111111.1, nl 7 per I't'til.
one lul. blOCk '.'S, si't'lluii 5, $.'i��r,. ����*.*.
cub, lul.  -mi every II iiiniiih-. at 7 pel*
cent.
one lot, block II, seeilon 0, |J,��;.0.    Hall
r.t-li. Iml. ti.  I'.' inonlhs, nl 7 per cent.
.tin   lul. block  17, lection 7. >-""     ' ���'""
.ash, imi. 3, o, is inuiiiiis; wiih cabin.
iiiii- lul, lel.ee k   It',, seeilon 7, ���-- :.ii     |300
rub, :i,... t. iiieeiiiii., at 7 per cent
I \\u Inls. block 17, si'i-llull 7, |1,S00. "I"'*
lltli'd cash, hul. I .nil *.* years, al 7 per
rent.
TWO loll, WOCk It, Siclltill 7, ICSII each.
'. cash, Iml. S, IS inuiiiiis.
Two lots, block 3. Motion 7, tarn tut*.
*, cub, t.nl.'i, IS, IM months.
two inis. block 3, lection 7, IHO each.
i, i-.i-li. bai. ... IS, is ii nn i in-, ai 7 per
lent.
Inni* lui., block 3, section 7, |3,nuu. li
cash,   Iml.   il,   IS,   IS   iikmill       Larue
corner.
Three Iota, block 37. ieclion 7. si.non.   14
cub, bai. ��� . IS, 18 iiiunlhs, al 7 per
ti'iil.
Two lols. block SS, secllnn 8, SI,......  One-
ilnnl cash, Iml. n, is, is mmiihs. Horner.
Two lols. block SS. secllnn 8, SSr.il. ��.������ u
cash, li.il. I, IS nn.111I1-.
i.v.. lots, block il. lection s. MOO each.
ISO cash. bat. tt'* per  mi.
I'lvr Inls, blOCk 10, Motion S. ����7S each:
bai. II.* per itK.iiiii
FOR RENT.
siorc. Second ivwms ai skiii iinst.
FOR   BALE
. .iluii with rmir ruoms; e-SSp.
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette oases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobaoco Jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the l.emliuK Tobaccos, Cigurs nnd
Cigarettes, both  imported and domestic.
���STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT���
B. Campbell
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Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
...Appropriate Xmas Gifts...
Handsome pieces of FURNITURE gives to the home COMFORT and SERVICE.
Our LARGE STOCK for select choice Is at your command.
A good, comfortable ohalr or  roeker for   evening   room,
BUFFET, leather seat dining CHAIRS, quartered oak
TABLES.
DRESSERS and CHIFFONIERS; any finish for the bedroom.
FANCY TABLES and CHAIRS for drawing room.
For the Little Ones
CHILD'S TABLE and two CHAIRS finished in natural, Early
English  and  golden.
PLACE  YOUR ORDER NOW���THEY   ARE   GOING   FAST
A large assortment CARPET SQUARES   and   RUQ8.    Now
Drapery Materials to hand.
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We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Cop|>er,' Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Soltler,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Slore
735 THIRD AVE.
Ill GEO. D. TITE  ���  The Home Furnisher I
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CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Aganl.
Oriara nramptlr (Hied.   MlM NHnaH.
OFFICE-II. B. Rochnler. Cmtre SL    l'h.-nr ��
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrora      MiliUry Bruihea      Travelling Cnses
Manicure Seta Perfumea Toilet Waters
C. H. ORME
The
The Pioneer Druggist
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A Useful Christmas Present
. . . WILL BE A CONSTANT REMINDER OF THE GIVER . . .
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Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
_ in   _
teach you to dance for the  price
of one   ticket.
Wnlnrtdays    and   Saturdays
In Sons of England Hall; at 8 p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY  INVITED
���S
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We list a few of our ffoods that would prove very acceptable
to your home or your friends.
1
Set
Carpet Sweepers
Bread Mixers """"" "
Sadirons
Carvers
Fish Carvers
Bread Knives
Rogers 1847 Cutlery
Buteher Knives
Coffee Percolators
Nickel Plated Teapots
Scissors
Sugar Spoons
Embroidering Scissors
Gillette Safety Razors
Shaving Brushes
Razor Strops
Razor Hones
Nut Crackers
Ladies' Companions
Reading Lamps
Footballs
Punching Bags
Boxing Gloves
Air Guns
.28 Calibre Rifles
Alarm Clocks
Skates
Boys' Axes
Pocket Knives.
Hunting Knives
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