BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Dec 15, 1911

Item Metadata

Download

Media
princero-1.0227843.pdf
Metadata
JSON: princero-1.0227843.json
JSON-LD: princero-1.0227843-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): princero-1.0227843-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: princero-1.0227843-rdf.json
Turtle: princero-1.0227843-turtle.txt
N-Triples: princero-1.0227843-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: princero-1.0227843-source.json
Full Text
princero-1.0227843-fulltext.txt
Citation
princero-1.0227843.ris

Full Text

Array OUT OF WORK TODAY?
Try   The   News'   Want   Ad.
Way.
The daily news
NEXT MAILS
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
For South
Prlnooss Mary.. .sat. ii a.m.
Cninosy**---. ... . .Sdll.lHMIi.
S&A
DEC
!j> tr
VOL. II, NO. 287
T&*
IHI
'ou \
%
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, December 15, 1911.
\
^Cfflffi,Fiv.y:Effrg
I
MfEED
Innl
tmSt     Cm*   Ott
CT
WHO WOULD PAY DEFICIT?
THE CITY ORTHE ENGINEER
ALD. MORRISSEY ASKS A PERTINENT QUESTION  ABOUT THE
OITY  ENGINEER'S   BID  ON THE WOODWORTH PIPE
LINE���BID8   ARE   HELD UP MEANWHILE.
If Uie Olty Engineer's lender
Inr the W'oodwoi'lh Lake pipe
li'i'iieh culling proves lowest, and
lie is unable to curry out llie work
for his tender, who will make
gtood Die dolleil, the city or the
c.iiy Engineer? This question
was asked last night hy Alderman
Morrissey. As a result lhe bids
on the work will m.l he opened
until Monday, hy which lime tlie
i,ily Engineer will answer the
quostion.
Alderman Morrissey argued
Ihnl   if  the  Gounoil   wauled   the
work done on a day's labor basis
Ihey might as well come out for
il in the open instead of hedging
around with a pretense of calling
for station gang tenders and f..ol-
ir-ij_r u lot of hones! bidders, ns
had been done over thc clearing
bids for thc upper lake. He
nn.veil that the tenders be not
opened until this poinl regarding
lhe Engineer's real position be
cleared up, and lhe motion curried.
Tom and Jerry at the Savoy.
MORE TROUBLE AGAIN OVER
THE VICTORIA VOTERS LIST
OOURT OF REVISION HOLD8 THAT VOTERS HAVE BEEN PUT
ON THE LIST BY PERSONS  NOT QUALIFIED TO
REOEIVE THEIR DECLARATIONS.
KING GEORGE
HELD A REVIEW
Fifty Thousand British and Native Soldiers Paraded Before
Him at Delhi���Honors Distributed at Royal Camp.
(Canadian i'ress Despatoh.)
Delhi, Dec. 15.���King Qeorgt
yesterday reviewed an army of
lifty thousand Hriiish nml unlive
troops, nnd held an inveslituri
in Die royal camp nl nighl, bo-
Blowing orders on Oil knights nml
200 companions.
During   the   investiture   somi
excitement  wns   caused   by   Lhc
burning of a small oiliciul lent,
The  tire wns caused  by  the ex
plosion of n bicycle lamp.
Cadbury's Christmas Chooolates.
Cadbury's famous oandies in n
large ami varied assortment ami
Christmas gift boxes al  Keeley's,
Srd ami 6th. tf
ALD. CLAYTON BEREAVED
Leaves to Attend Brother's Funeral���Council  Condoles.
It was announced quietly in
Counoil Inst night thul owing to
the su.l death of his brother, who
mi'l wiili a bail street ear accident recently iii Viotorla, Alderman Clayton has been called
called nway south. Only nt last
Counoil meeting Alderman Clayton buil quite believed from reports received lhal his brother
would recover, but n relapse set
in. (in the motion of Alderman
Douglas ihe Counoil passed u
vole of oondolonoo. Alderman
Clayton left by ihis morning's
hunt.
THE WEATHER.
Twenty-four hours ending r>
a. m.. Dec. 15: liar. 20.514;
max. temp., 18.0; min. temp.,
32.0;   rain,   .51;   snow,   Vi   inch.
At   cosl,   toys,   dulls,   gaiil('9-
Wallaoe's. if
SHORT CUTS TO
CIVIL SERVICE
Borden Government Intends to
Make No Temporary Appointments to Government Jobs���All
Must Qualify Properly.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Ottawa, Dee. 15. ��� Premier
Id inl.-n arrived In.me today ami
learned that the Qovernmeni intends In work oul u comprehensive plan nf civil service reform.
Under ihe contemplated ohanges
llieiv will lie no slmrl eul into
the sorvleo by wuy of temporary
appointments,
There will he no tariff legis-
i.oi..ii this session.
FARMERS FOUGHT IN EFFORT
TO GET GRAIN UNLOADED
8ERIOUS TROUBLE IN THE QRAIN DISTRICTS OWING TO THE
WHEAT BLOCKADE���BIG CROP THIS YEAR CANNOT
BE GOTTEN  INTO THE ELEVATORS.
For Men.
Bbavlng sets. Safety Rasors,
Shaving Mirrors, Shaving
Brushes, sirups all appropriate
Christmas gifts for men ��� at
K.-.'ley's I'lmrmacy. if
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Dec. 15.���There is a
wheat blockade m certain districts "f Saskatchewan, so serious
iu some towns ihat thousands of
bushels of grain ur.- lying piled
up in bugs in the streets, 'i It -
elevators ure tilled to oapaolly,
uml the railways seem Incapabli
of supplying ears tn relieve the
oongesllon.
in one town, where the loads of
| grain were standing for a week
waiting the opportunity  lo  n.i-
I.nitl. a  light   iiri't-ii   betwoen
lhe farmers for the privilege of
unloading when th.- opportunity
presented. Tho mounted police
bad in be called in to quell lho
light.
Notice   to   Property   Holders   In
Section 2.
A mooting of properly holders
in Section 2 is oal led for Tuesday
night next 10th inst.; at 8
o'olook ni the Police station for
tin- discussion of matters of mutual interest mid benefit.
.Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Victoria, Dec. 15.���-This cily
has another civic muddle lhal
promises to outrival the inixup
Of last yenr. Al the Courl of Revision, held lo revise the list of
civic voters, the Court look *-x-
eepUon to a number of names un
llu* list who mad.- Iheir deoiarn-
liniis before individuals who, in
lhe opinion of the Curt, were
iml entitled lo receive them.
II is believed lhe muller can he
straightened out.
Saturday Shopping.
Bvery    person    should    visit
Bhrubsall'a on Third avenue.   Al-
waya at your service. H
NEW  SALMON  CANNERY
40,000-Case Plant to Be Erected
at Port Helden, Alaska.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Seattle, Dec. II. ��� A now
salmon cannery having a capacity
of aliout in.nun cases will be
creeled in the spring at Port
ll.'ideii by the Poi-I lleiden Packing Company, of which Clorman
& Co. of this cily are the principal stockholders. <>. P. Brown
will be manager of the plant. The
new company is incorporated for
$200,000.
SHALL CONTRACTORS BE PAID?
City Council Decide to Ask Col. Davis to Submit Reports Showing
What Should be Paid to Settle the Claims
WILL DECIDE THE POINT ON MONDAY
The City Engineer Will Bring in Two Reports���One Giving What Mr. Justice Clements' Judgment Says is Proper Payment and the Other Giving What
the City Engineer Says is Proper Payment
After consideration of the City
"WHAT SHOULD THE CITY DO?"
ASKS THE CITY SOLICITOR
IN A  LONG TYPEWRITTEN  REPORT HE CRITICISES MR. JUSTICE   CLEMENTS'   FINDINGS   ftND   WANTS   TO   KNOW
WHETHER TO APPEAL O I SETTLE OTHER CASES.
WILL FORM A
LABOR COUNCIL
Decision to Have Trades and
Labor Oounoil In Prince Ruport
Made at Meeting or Union
Representatives.
lu the Carpenters' Hull lasi
night a crowded meeting, representative of the various trades
ami labor organisations ��f Ibis
eity. decided to form a trades and
labor Oounoil iu the cily.
Mr. ,t. o. Wallers, organiser
of the Victoria Trades and (-abor
Counoil,  was  present uml delivered B si rung address, selling OUl
ihe advantages of united effort
on  the pari of lhe unions.
The    other   speakers    included
Organiser Bieoay of lhe I. VY*. ***���*
Mum.    w.    H.   Montgomery.
Chtirlie   tinnier,   W.   Denny,   -I-
simw, H. li. Polla, Riser, MoLeod
un veral more.   Next Monday
night   another  n ling mil  ��**
held, ni which details of lho organisation will be seltled.
Don't forgel thai you eanflnd
��� complete line of Hand Huns.
Umbrellas wllh B"l(*
suit Cast ..
Oiled nnd sterling silver handles.
Gray's   Jewelry   Bloro.    Prloes
right.
Favorite of the Wsst.
NO home ill Ihis western MUtt-
lry c... well afford to be without
'-n,,. family Herald and Weeks
Bur" o. Montreal, u to partJou;
,'v useful ... western homes.
-.���,- information it give; *������   '��
JS    sel.let'S   as    WO!!    to   **�� J
LBdreds of dollars a year,  u **
mod   Instructive   mallei   mat
��,..-��� < �����"" '���i,,:...r"t���,:e
iml
W.'l
dollar can
KTdMMi ll ���Moess.   One
n0| be belter Invested
i bun by order-
a beautl
tn western homes
0nfl Hoinuman Player    '��''<
,o  bo   saerin    ror  atafc  ���
Piano
i
PROGRESSIVE
CONSERVATIVES
Another Distinct Body of Professed Conservatives Is Formed
in Prince Rupert���The "Progressives"   Start   Out   Strong.
In the Conservative Club rooms
last nighl there was launohed a
new   Conservative   association,
tin- third distinct group of nvowed
Conservatives In I'rince Ruperl.
Tin- new body, which promises lo
rival il ih.-I- two i|inie formidably, is Iii I tilled the "Prince
Ruperl   Progressive Conservative
Association."'   a largo number
,,f members enrolled  Iheinselves
at inst night's meeting, and n
.i, c committee wns appointed
i,, .��eii ihe membership roll.
Lasi night's pn edlngs oon-
ilslod in miiniiiK the association
ami forming oommlllees lo draw
tip bylaws, etc., which will he
passed up.' mil a second meeting
noil   Monday   night.     Following
���,.,. ih,- n ibers >.r ihe bylaws
ami constitution oommllleei Ed.
Clarke, seorolary; iie.u-ge Leek,
Joe Howe, Alex. I'rudholiiliie,
William AiikI". R. '������ McKinnon,
I-'  L. Liinnie and Nell Mackay.
Call and see our select slock
,,f diamonds nml gem rings- J. S.
Gray & Sons'Jewelry Store,   tf
WHY NOT PRINOE RUPERT?
(Canadian 1'rei.s Despatch.)
MoBiride Promises Aid  In Campaign for Vancouver Industries.
Vanoouver, Dec. 18-���The mar-
k,.|    and    Industries    committee
wai upon Premier Mcllride lo-
dai   lllfd   seeili-e.l   B    promise   Ol
Bovemmenl aid tn their oampalgn
lo   ure  industries  for  Vanoouver.
Pantorium Pionoer Cleaners.
Phone 4.
Works.
Gerhard Hslntimen.
For   thirly   'lays    ft***
Kooloy,   Ibe  exclusive  agent   for
this famous piano,
per    cent,    discount
piano.
n.
will offer lion    every
tf
Solicitor's voluminous report on
lhe why and wherefore of his do-
fen I in the Supreme Courl on
Wednesday,    tint    Cily    Council
passed a resolution tael night lo
lhe effort lhal lhe Cily Engineer
shall be asked lo bring down a
report based mt Judge Clements'
decision  slnliug what   should  he
paid ihe contractors, nml nisi, an
other report worked
city Engineer's own
what would be n fair
Ihem.    This  mutter
eeiii mi Ihe
estimate of
sum lo pay
wns  in   the
form of a motion hy Alderman
Clayton.
Aldermnn Morrlssoy pointed
out ihnl lhe contract had mad.*
the cily Engineer's Judgment
Ilnnl iu mallei's relating lo lhe
work, mid Ihis made him vu-lunlly
tin- defendant iu the cases. II
was right lhal he should bring
down the reports i-.-.|iieslcd.
II is iieecssnry now I It it t llu*
City Engineer should defer his
proposed usii lo Boalllo t��> oon-
suli with Engineer Thompson <>n
ilu- waterworks, as the Mayor ami
Counoil insist mi having Ihese
reports in ni the earliesl possible tune.
Afi.-r  going  over  the  whole
ground of net ion of 111 .nlrilr-
l.ii-s iu il.-lnil and criticising Mr.
.In.I tee   Clements'   judgment   on
several points the City Solicitor,
in his report lasi night on th,.
recent adverse decision of lho Bu-
promo Court, says:
"The quostion is now. What
.should ihe oil) il" ' Iii iii> opinion th.-y en., lake one -if tv..,
courses: llrsl, appeal, lhe appeal
being luml.'.I to ih,- question
whether .u- aol the Judge was
right in saying ihnl undor the
olroumstances no liquidated damages should he charged nn.l
whether his allowance <>f (touo
was right or wrong.
"Tho second courae would Po
i" sa) thai lhe olty has now obtained Ihnl which Hi.* Council
agreed it should obtain���a decision of lh nri upon llie points
raised, and settle not only with
these parlies but with ull olher
contractors upon lhe sume bnsis.
"Which of these courses the
Council will pursue Is t ninety a
matter ..i policy, in lhe case of
private litigation iiii it..uiii tii,.
lirsi course would in* pursued,
"FRED PETERS."
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis boat
house.
THE DEADLY EFFECT OF NAVAL GUN-FIRE
A COLUMN OF
LOCAL JOTTINGS
noon from a sborl up-river
mi business.
trip
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prince Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
Mrs. W. Nicolson LaiIcy and
nephew Lawrenoe lefi for Vanoouver ami Beattie Ibis morning
��� ui n holiday trip.
Christmas Rush.
Mig rush I.. Keeley's for Perfumes in fancy gifi paokages.   if
Closing ..til  toys
ai cost   .Wallace's.
dolls, games
tf
Se.- Bwodor
tailoring,
Bros, for holiday
Xl***t
w. F. Beak lefi by the Prinoe
Kuperi ihis morning on un extended   tup  l.i   llu-  Coast   cities.
Th.-i.' arrived yesterday a large
shipment   of  Oul   Class,   Royal
Crown Derby china, hand painted
China  uml  many olher  beautiful
lines   es| tally   attractive   and
appropriate for Xmas gifis.   Call
ai Walk's before you buy.     if
Mr. Oeorgc Angell left for Vancouver Ihis morning.
Order Early.
Order your Christmas turkey
from Bhrubsall in plenty of lime
uml    g.-l    the   lies!    Wnsliingltiii
b.eiii   lurkeya.     Positively   the
lie.i. it
All   kinds
mi-ills al J, i
-I l.-.-l.
���'���   musical   i ust i't) -
, iii ut  A Sons', lilh
If
Mrs. .1. II. Ililehi.ii wus u paa-
si-tiger lit lhe prine.' Ruperl
sinillilii.nnd this im.riling.
Valentino Btolla was tins morning committed l>> ihe police Magistrate in .luml Iriiil on u charge
nf assaulting Robert Brandt with
mt. nt I., .in him grievous bodily
harm. The trial is th.. outcome
of some labor diepuloe.
Tills  is nn exclusive pliologriiph  of lhe
inn squadron at Tripoli,   The shells from lh
Sn 11 nn ui fortress after ih.- bombardment by the iini-
1 big nnvnl guns ian be seen Itlleriug lhe foreground.
NAAS EXPEDITION DID VERY GOOD WORK
On Foot and by Canoe*, Through Ice and Water, They Made  the
and Ended the Indian Trouble
Trip
Christmas Olfta In Ohlna.
Keeley's .-i.-gnui displny ol
hnuil painted /Ohlna in wide
range of varlel) and prloe Is attracting ihe Christmas shoppers,
ir
Mis�� Farmer went to Vanoouver by the Prince lluperl Ihis
morning.
Christmas Cards.
i.vii'uiiriiiiiui'v   assortment   ut
Keeley's. if
.Need lhe I'i...Ill  for til her goods.
Toys,    Dolls,   Humes   ut   cost���
Wallace's, '   tf
Mr. s. d. Raymond wus niiioug
ih.- passengers southbound tins
morning,
Order your
Walk's  loday.
Xmas
llowers   al
If
TO lhe tact of Chief Owen of
the Provincial police force may
be attributed lhe peaooful settlement of lhe outbreak amougsi
the Naas Itiver fiiditins nt Ayansh.
An In.linn nnnied .lohn Morvin
and   a   l-'reiieh-Cnmulinn   named
Jean   Baptiste  Daigle  havo  been
nonlenoed eaoh to three months'
Imprisonment  for  the  quarrol,
which stalled the disturbance.
Ilooeh milled In the trouble und
the while men wero menaced
seriously.
Despair bed ten days ago lo lhe
scene in lhe Hover, the police
parly traveled from Hlnek Point,
whom Hie launch landed them,
by trail and with canoes, pari
drugged over lee, purl, lined
through wuter on the Nans Hiver,
roaohlng ibe icons of the trouble
within a week. They found lhe
Indians under chief Timothy
tierrick disturbed.   Chief Owan
look charge and Itilerviewed the
Indian Chief. An Indian council
wus held nml the trouble explained, im Monday lasi ihe two
men   Implicated   were   tried   and
Sentenced. liefore the police
parly left th.-y were feted wiih a
bund serenade by lhe Indians.
The police part}  make light of
the fnri lhal Ihey were continually wef through wlnl.. lining
Iheir canoes up Hi.' Nans nn.l
iiiiiOiiiik il through IhS tec nml
simw.    The parly Inoluded Chief
Owen, w. Godson, L. Dewhurst,
L, Crippen. Hi. n Thompson,
it..heii Hughes, ox-Constable Mo-
Arthur ami  Iiuii:.n   Agenl   C.  C.
Perry.  They returned inst nighi
ul  7 o'clock.
liefore selecting n piano sec the
Btanlo) nt Qray's Jowelrj Store.
Cannot  be heal  for lone, quality
umi prloe.   Pianos tuned and repaired, if
MISS lllaholm Wont soulh l.y
the  Prime lluperl  Ihis in..riling.
Japanese Oranges 56c.
sin nil.,*iiis leading special tor
Saturday win i��- another decided
oul on Japanese oranges lo only
.v. cents per box. it
D. A. uml B. T.
Vancouver l.y the
tins morning,
Harris left  for
Prinoe itupert
ii. Helgerson  arrive.I by the
Vim Arsil.il Iritin yesterday aflcr-
POPULUB PASTOR LEAVES
Rev. Mr. James Goes to the Rectorship of St. Stephens.
Rev, W, nml Mrs. .lames left
llu- morning on their way lo Cnl-
gnrv. where Mr, Jamea dikes up
ihe rectorship of his old parish.
Manx    friends   have   wished   Ilm
young pastor ami his wife every
h i forlunoi
Besl in.mi in town at Savoy. ���*��a"3awuilt 115UB
4i
'Al
THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Neaspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C
Publiahed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENI" DISPLAY ADVERTISING-51) cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and Mexico-DAILV, 50c
per month, or $5.00 per yeur, 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 Newa Building, Third Ave., Prince Kupert, B. C.  /Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoRK-National Newspaper Bureau, 2U1 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle���Puget Sound News Co.
London, ENGLAND���The Cloughor Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
Subscribers   will greatly oblige  by  promptly  calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition.
Friday. Dec. 15
Department of the Naval Service
RADIOTELEGRAPH  SERVICE.
Sealed londeri, addressed to tbo undernamed, i'iuiiiini'ii "Tender for Dwelling
iteiiist'** innl accompanied i.y u cortinea
i'iii'tiu.. fur In P.O. nr the amount of the
tender will in* received up to noon on
��� et't'iiilit'i' 3ISI, lllll, Toi' tile I'l'ct'llon nl
dwelling* liouics ut lite liiivui'iltni'iit Wireless stations ui Prlnco itupert, Cape i.oio
nml  Poinl ili'i'.v.
plant innl tpoclflcatlotis muy lie seen nt
i ,e Following placet i
Tin- Qovernmeni Wlrcloti Btatlont ni
i.'tuiii ili'i'.v. Capo Lato nml Digby liland,
Prlnco iittperi. Hu* I'lisioiiicts nt Vancouver, Nanaimo and Prlnco Ruport.
,.10 niiitv or the District Superintendent.
i.tivt'i'iiiiiriii \\ii*i'ii'*.> Service, victoria, and
.���i*|ieii'iiin*iii of the Naval Si'i'Mce, Ottawa,
t iiiiiiiiini'i/i'ii |iiiiiiii'iiiioii or nils tiotit'c
.un not receive payment,
11.   .1.   I.KSIISIIATS.
Deputy Minister of tbe Naval Service,
liepiirlm.-nt or lite Kavai sen-lee,
Ottawa, November 10lb, mit.        ;it
ZT. .'".!l DIatrlot���Dlatrlcl of catslar,
,.!��� V.. . e"."1''1' ****** James Swing Macrae,
or Vancouver, occupation real estate agen
011080 the r.iilnwtiig dsforlbod inndsi
....*,', !.   ""*'. V   **   l,usl   plBHlod   about
,i ,,   i S"S!  ***** ���im  <*"<*  I" >>�� oatterly
��� I, .',"". h0 -."�� River, and aboul
iw. .. '���;,',""'" !,r Alysnth iii.ii.in village,
, l ,. l! "' '.' **'*>*  clll"i'*.  "lonw easl
\2,i2. ".'"*",*'��� thenoe souiii etgbty chains,
'.|..i..,'..ti,vm,',,.:''Kl'IJ'   Cl"ll"s   "'   ��"""   '"
JAMES KWIMl M.VCRAE.
Datod net. ,ii  ton ''' """"' AK,nl'
Pub. Doe. li.
Skoona hand District���pitirict or Queen
..harlot tc (Hands.
vi,*i,H."��"','" """ Bllen Marion Young, or
i,      , ,'��� r* "��� "eoupatlon spinster, intends
n,'   ��� n ��� ri". l,!'11'"'.1-'81'"'  lo purcioto  Uie
rouowing described lands-
inuffi?nJP,lE!  '**.** Posl'I'la il  at   Uie'
t        T ,.���',"',"'.r "r *���*'* -���'���'���'. '<>'���"'*<' west
i   ti* northeast corner or Lot 1568, tbence
o,    ,r  ,"'"'''���  ""'ll('u ���-���""*���  hoaoli  to
,.,,    ���,*;"ll'l"'ii<i'n..'iil,   i* lining   one
liiinilifil nml  rour   1104)   acrei,  more or
ELLEN   MARION  Yni'Ml.
Dated Nov. .5, ?J?f���� Youn��' *�����"���
I'ub. Dec.  IS,  ion. '
GREENER'S
"British Empirji.
GUN
NOTICE
WHAT SHOULD THE CITY DO?
This question, propounded by the City Solicitor ai   last
night's Counoil meeting, is one that presumably the citizens
at large are invited to give answer  to,     There  are  a number I ii
Notioe in hereby given that nn application  will  In*  made   to  tlie   Legislative  As-
M'niiiiy i.r ihe Province of British Columbia
nl III ni'M .��.'��. ii iii lor ,iii iii i nuii'iiiliiiK
section a or the British Columbia & Alaska
Hallway Ail. mm (t:h. 56, sintiitc. or
nnii-di Columbia,  niiui, in* striking mu
all  the wonts artei* Uie word "Ooliinilila"
III   Lllll'   III i.r Mid  Si't'lloll mill   Miti-ltlil Iiiii;
thcrofor tin' riiilowini::
"Ami or rrom i'ort Oeorgc iu u north-
eaaterly  direcUon   to   tin*  valley  or   the
Parsnip  River by  way of Port  McLood,
ihence .ti.eii.* tin- Parsnip River Ic a junction \x*11ti the peace River,  tbence hIoui**
......   ....   u  ii.iini.i-ri tbo valley or the  pioity  River througfi
_^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^m ^^h sirioti uie   stik.'iit*
Oi things thai the city might do to improve the situation in lis  River to �� Junction wltb the main ime ai
c - '^amr   ��� Telegraph   creek!   also  powers   la  build
branch llnei either i in ��� *u - it the I'me Rivet
.1* Peace River puses to tin- eastern boun-
ri.iry or tii'iii-h Columbia, or by way or
tin* most re.isiiiie route, m- in the alternative by Uie most Feasible route between
11 nun and Timlin Lake, alao i<> luiitit rrom
a i "im ou said lliie or ruilway lo the City
i.r Vancouver or rrom tbe City or Vancouver to 'i point on snid lute, liy the most
feasible route."
tint further, rm* nn so extending th.*
tune within which the company tins in
commence construcuon ami expend t.<n per
rent ��r lis capiuiltallon,
Dated at Victoria. It. .:.. this r.ih tiny ol
December,  tint.
ROBERT80N *.  HEISTERMAN,
Solicitors rm* tin- Applicants, ti��- limi-ii
toliiiiiliin ti Alaska Ruilway company.
legal entanglements,   Among these The News suggests:
(a) Quil playing politics with the ratepayers' money.
(b) Fire the City SoliOitor and engage a cheaper one at a
larger salary.
(c) Insult the bench by inking up the past of any judges
who are against the eity, ami stigmatise them as "political
cowards and quitters" in the pages uf the  Cily  Hall  Journal.
(d) Send a deputation down al the city's expense to explain the situation to our friends al Victoria, and have them
pass a special bill lo ratify the City Solicitor's report at (lie
next sitting of ihe Legislature.
Outside of this there ure only two other things lu do.  One
is lo accept the judgment of the court like an honorable body
and settle with  the  contractors, bulb in the interests uf economy and of justice; the other i.�� lo  (as Mr. Justice Clements
himself |>hra*-ed it   "bear the odium of taking to appeal on a
dubious point of law, a case in which in point of substantial
justice and common honesty they have not a leg to stand on."
The City, on the advice of the Cily Solicitor, iu a ca.-o
equally  repugnant  lo all  sense of Justice (tha Prudhomme
case), once went lo the Courl of Appeals before,    it was a
judgment uf Mr. Justice Clements lhal was -might to be upset.
This lesson,  if il has been lo-l on  the eity authorities, has
mil been lost on lhe cilizens.
Kveii ul this late hour the Council would prubably tlml it
oheaper ami easier to do the honest thing ami settle with the
coiilrnclors on the lines indicated by Mr. Justice Clements'
judgment. This would not only III in with common honesty
und substantial justice, but also with the opinions uml practice of the honorable citizens and ratepayers of Prince Ituperl. |
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
.kocni laud District��� Dislrict or Casslar.
Ink.* nouce tlml I. James T. PuUerloo,
of Vancouver, u. <:., occupaUon engineering .in.i.*nt, int.ml io apply rm- permission
ti purchase ui* following described lands:
Commencing m a post planted ts chums
. ,i-t or A.us River snd 10 cbalnt Soulb of
pre ..-million .No. J97 (SEC), llience 111
i lulu. lie.nil. theme *.'l .-limits wesl, ihenee
in ' linn*, touth, following Uie Anns River;
tinuie .'.si chains east in pniui of commencement! containing i.-... ucres, mors
. r less.
J.   T.   IT I.I.LIITON.
ii. it. Stewart, Agent
nn. ei Prince in.p. < i  Dee. 11, ivi i.
I'lll).  Dec.   13.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
A couple of weeks ago, wh.-n (he increase of $100 a month
to (he Cily Soln-ilor wns proposed, The News remarked that a
good lawyer is .-lu'.-ip al $250 a month, bui wouldn't i( be safer
lo wail nml see how the contractor*-' suits turned oul. The
.New- is -1||| ,,f flic* opinion lb.it a good lawyer is cheap at
$250 a month.
skeena Land lilslrlcl -District of Coast.
a in-.- I,
Take notii'e thai 1. Abraham II. U.ti ta.-r.
of prnie'e linnet*!. It. t:.. occupauon miner,
inietiil to apply for bermlssloQ to purchase
in,- following described iami��:
Commencing at a posl planted nt the
southwest corner of a small island alimil
twenty-Ore (<l) cbalm north and iwo IS)
.llelln. e;i"l ��� >r lh.   iii.iihw.st .oilier of Lot
i*i*:i, limine :., eCoati District, Porcher
Island, tin tin* i -i �������� it.* itn> shun- line in
i iiiiiilnn.li 11> direction almul twenty
.<< cbains in the norlh end or the i-iaml,
iii.tii'.' ii. a southwesterly tlireriioii along
lilt- ibore lui.* aliout IW. illy r.'". i-li.nn.
lo lhe p riri ol eiiiiiiniiii'i im nl. i emu an
island coiiialiitng about rurty (40) a.-rcs,
mora or less.
Allll MUM  II.   PH.lo l:
Daled Dec. Hill,   ISII.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
skeena Land District���District or Queen
tTini'lnlle   Isllllllls
Take notice thai John Bcotl Young, of
saanieli. n. i:.. occupation farmer, intends
io apply ror permission to purcbaae the
inii,.uni).' deacribed hinds:
I   eelllllll'lll'lll*;       Ul      11      PUS!      pl'lllle'll      tit       till'
lie irt In -as t corner nt Lot IBBO, llieiice south
to uu* norih boundary or Lol 16S1. tbence
east  iitonir  lhe  laid boundary  lo the  IDS-
abore, tbenoe following along lho abort to
the   point   or   I'ommeiiretiii'iii.   I'oniulnliig
tin*.-.- bmidred and sixty-one  (IHU)  acres,
! more or less.
JOHN   SCOTT  VOI.'NIl.
George Young, Agenl.
Dllleil   Nov.   15,   1011.
Pub. Dec.  15,  1011.
skeena Laml DUtrlct���Dittrict of Casslar.
tuke notice thai Clarence Howell, of Scuttle, Wash., occupation woodsman, in
lends to apply Tor permission to purchase
tin- i'.,ii,,wtiii;  rli'-i'i'iliiii lauds:
Commencing at a post plumed four
tulles ens! of the IN'aas Illver and about
live mill's ne,Mh or Alyansh, tbence west
eighty chalm, thrnce south eighty chains,
thence eaal eighty chains, ihence north
elirlily chains to point of commencement.
CLARENCE HOWKN.
H. P. nutter, Agenl.
Dated tut. nl, toil.
I'ub. Dec.  II.
skeena Land District���District of Casslar.
lake notice that Frank I'urcy, of Seattle,
Wash., occupation clialmnau. Intends to
apply for permlssliiii tu purchase the ful-
lowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about six
Utiles essl or lhc Naas Illver and about
seven miles north of Aiyanslt. Ihenco north
eiKlily ilialns, east eighty chains, south
eighty chtint, west eighty chains lo point
"I    .*' ���neellli ill.
FRAME FIIREY.
II. P. muter, Agenl
Daled  Ocl. .11,   1911.
fob. Dec.  II.
SkecttS Und District���District of Coast,
llnnge 5.
lake miner Hint 1, John Arglraclls, carpenter, of \ n im in. I). C, Intend lo apply
ror permission to purchase thc following
described lands:
��� rriiioi. iii'inif at a post planted aliout one
nit.I "le itetli utile's northeast from the
mil,, of -Tr.mt Illver, on lhc west side
i lakelse Lake, and aliout live (5) chains
back rrom the waterfront, thence south
mi ilialns, llience west 8ti chains, thence
north su rhalns. thence cast SO chains to
point or ee.iniiti ne,nieiii. containing 640
acres, more or less.
JOHN    WlillUM LIS.
Fred K. Cowoll, Agent.
Dated ocl 31, I9H.
I'ub. Dec 9.
Tlie Best
'Procurable.
Absolutely pun
rri^--:::".'1.'1
-*-*.^.^.^.^.^,���
I
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in Northern  B. C
hr?I,B't ,h" -VOl'l I,
���"'jnin-a Green.
"   nammarlesa
at ii price wlthfr
*'*'* reach of *,
���Rfwtsmeni i,     ���
j!    ti."  .;,*,*,���,
'.itures, hard
Wttinjt, far shoot-
ing, lasting; wear
th.'i-e a no-
���Iiiii),' Let. A/,0
lor;   pr.ee ��pO-j
Catalog ro
F K E E
W. W. GREENER
ci cc d   *��� at
63*65 B����.tr IUH ||
SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY PUBLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
ant-
Stewart
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Knrl lirey's well-menning bui very much mixed simile of
Cm.1.1.1 as "lho belle of Ihe ball" lhal rank- "So. 1 hard" is
easily rapped by Ihe beautiful bull lhal walked across Ihe floor
of Ihe House of ('.illiniums m u1(. ni.iul.'ii spri'i'li of Mr. Web-
slnr. Hon. fienrge P. (iraham'- ...inpieror. "Cnnndn for Can-
adian-." Mr. Webster declared lu mi electrified house, "would
In* (In* ki'.tii.I.'sI hnltlecry ever unfurled."
skeena   Laml   District���Dlltrlel  of  Queen
' inn 'lie Islands.
Take notico lhal Alfred MeOregur, of
Meloria, ll. <:.. nectipnlloii broker, iniemls
p. apply  f.-r p. inn n  tu lease lhc rol-
l.iwing iles.-rib.-d lands.-
i iiiiimeiit'iug al a posl planled about
on.. un in. i�� of a mile souihwesi from
the souihwesi corner of I.ot  1948, Mattel
inlet,   tbence  easl   forty  chains,  thence
.oulh lo lhe norlh boundary of Lol ISS7,
tbenee west one hundred ehains, mure or
less, llience nurlh iiti.eiy chains, thence
easl  lo  the p. ,i. ii.  thenee along beach  lo
 ^^^^^^ I point   of   ei.mini ii.*. ne tu.   containing   six
>kccna  Land  D.s.rlrt-Olstr.cl of  CoMt.| IjJJg**' Md rur,v **"*" *6*0** ***** or
... , Range  6. ALFRED MOREOOH.
ilrnrge Young, Agent.
Dal.il  Nov.   15,  1911.
Pub. Dec. II, 1911.
When  in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
CARLTON  HOTEL
Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.     Rates 11.00 to $2.50 per day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
CORNER    CORDOVA    AND   CAMBIE    STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
UNION S.S. COMPANY UF B.C., Ltd
The new steel I'i,   .       : .^
"Camosun"
leaves
Prino(Rupert; every Sunday
at .6 p.m. fo, Vancouver
arriving Tuesday morning
For Stewart City ���n;ln.iva|
trom   Vancouver Pridav
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancou-
ver Wednesday sat9 |..m
Steerage Fare      .     $600
The "Camosun" is tl���  only .!,.*,���,���
on tic run limn ,[
heiula and double bottom,���^
of collision or nrreck,
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent
..Whites Portland Cement...
C. C. BMMRMON
AGENT
|Pk��Kl2S      Naden Blink      Send In
_^_ Range 5. ^^^^^m
Take notice iii ii I, Dtgoberl Am n.l. of
volume.. II. .:., oeeiipatioii miner, inicini
lo apply for prnnissi..|i lo purchase thc
re.ll'.wui*r ile.-erlhcd lands:
i eiiiiiii in iiir al  a  posl   pi un. .1    ii   tit.
min i.i corner of I ><t lis i. iin-nce smith
COAI. NOTIC1
- r ui  i.ot   I I- I.  llience south
it. chains, tbenea west io chains. Ibence
if.nn It. chains, thence easl 10 chains lo
l "inl of i.eminent. in. tn, t'oiiiainlng I GO
acrea, more or I. II
DAOOBBRT AUIIIUL,
I nil E. Cow.ll, Agi-nl.
Dale  .Not*.   I Old,   1911.
I'ub. Dec. 9.
Skews Land District���Dialrlcl of Cotst,
llange 5.
Take  nolice   lhal   I,   Theodore   Mihalls,
driver, .d Victoria.  R.  C,  CSO.,  in I  lo
apply i.ii p. not.-n.it io purchase lhc follow mr .!.���-. ni.. .| landa.*
 in, in oik- at   a   pual  planled  at   Un*
���eetiiiiue.i conSr of Lol No. ItST, Ibence
essl   hi.  eiino-.  then. ������  aoutb  lu  ehains,
ti    wesl  tu cbsins, Ibence aoulh to
��� iiuii.. thenM we.i t.i chains, tinncc north
a., chaina lo poinl of commencement, con-
i linn.*  isn in ii., more i.r l.-aa.
Mil    "I-I'lll Ml    II   MIS,
Ind E. Cowell, Agi-nl.
Daled Del. 31, 1911.
POO, Dec. 9.
PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
-PRESENTS-
"OWR REGIMENT'
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
."keena  Land  DMrlrt���Dialrlcl  or  Coast,
Take noli..' .in. I, Paul i.uriiss, cl.rk
of vii t o t.i, mi. mi l.t apply lor Permission
to purcbaae it..* IoIIowuik .i. ��. ni.. ri lands:
. ..limn in loir at a p -i planted on the
eaal tin uml... y and almul live tlii chains
He.to lhe BOUtheSSI .'nrner xit Lol 44S4,
ih. me ifl in r.t. .it.,in-, tbenoe east .iu
cbains, Ibence south su chains), thenee west
.in iiiain. in point of commencement, conlalnlng ISt. acres, more or lesa.
PMT. i.l IITIS9.
Fred   E.   LOWell.   Agenl.
Daled "cl. .11, 1911.
Poll. Dec. 9.
skeena Land Dlslriet ���lilslrlcl of Queen
Charlotte I-lands.
Take nolle.' lhal Arthur Tremalne, of
SsSnlen, n. C, oecupStlaa farmer. Intenda
lo apply r..r permlulon to lease the following described lands:
i >.mine in mt   al   a   post   planled  al   lhe
-rrlllllr  .1-1    Cl.riKT.    I"   Ull.*    I'lglltV    '   II., I M -    -"lllll
or ilu- nnriiiwesi corner of Lot 1555, Mas
-el Inlet: Ihenee wesl forty rhalns, then,
north   ilglny   cliaina,   llience   eaal   forty
ehalt.s,  Ihenee ...nn, eiuhly rhalns In the
pnllll    I.r    Cllllimelll'.'lllelll.    i e,lt|.illiilih.    line.
imndred and iweniy aires tltnn, more or
leu,
.MilIII It   TRFMAINE.
Oeorto Young. Agent,
Daled  Nov.   15,   |9||.
P.lb.  Dec.   15,   Itll,
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
���Ska-ana Land DlaWci-D.
Tak. nautr lhal llitity da>. It..
Balnier ol l>rtnt* llu|��t    .
tHJOkkn-IM-r.  int. :..!  |u  u��|.
ieia.lut.rr nil Landa lot a Iks
aoal an.1 p-rtrulrani gn an.l   .
land on liraham Ialnn.1 de ;i. .
t'omm-pnclna at a nont |.'_   .
ot C. K   II. Coal [_������� So. :
Coal Leaa* No. IS thuntM- it...**
���sttmx no ehalna, tlmnee MM
-aat *0 chaina lo nlara nl com ...
DalaalSn-l   II. It'll
< I.illma
. 1.1'. I.
MM 1
:..* -..ex,
i   I. ll.
l-ub. s*u. ii.
C. E. I.
Tickets $1.00
Children 50c
���53
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
-keena   Land   Dlalrlrt-Dlslrl.1  ��r   Coasl,
Take nollee lhal I, Mtctias li.ganis, cook,
��r Vl.lorln, ll. C, in!, mi P. apply ror per
mission io purchase lhe lollowlng tie*
-r iiii..i landa:
��� ��� milre n- en.- at a posl planted on the
north sole of Williams Creek, when- ihe
Mutual Ill-milt or lhe I). T. P. Ily. crosses
Williams ..reek, and about t>n (IOi cbalnt I
fn.iii tin* craak shore, lit.nee aoulh 10 i
��� i.nn-. llience eaat 41) chains, Ihence north
in ehains,  tin i  wesl  40 chains  lo point
i.r  ��� <iiiiii,.'i�� i iiii iii,  conlalnlng-   Ito  actcs,
more or leas.
Ml..HAS  nt .\ *i
lieil K dwell, Agenl.
Dated Oct. 31, lllll.
I'ub. Dec. 9.
Skeena land lllslriet -District nf Coast,
llange t.
Take notice thai I, -muni llelllciS,
i-.inl. in i. of \ i. t'rii.i. inlend to apply for
permission lo purrhaan ihe following tle-
��ei itieii landsi
��� .'iium m im.* al a pual planled on llie
norlh side of Williams creek, aboul ten
��� innt- li.uk rrom the creek bank, and
alnmi lillv rhalns sniilheasi rnim where
Ihe Klllmat Pranrh i.r Ihe (I T. P. rlghl I
of wav missel Williams creek, Ihenee
���e.iith 4n ehalni, ihenn cast 40 chains,
thenre norlh 40 rhaina, thence weal 4U
rhaln< l" point of cuiinenceineiil, con- I
talnlng  l*"... a. res, nn.re or leal.
BAHU] I. BBILTBES,
I red t, Cowell, Agtnt
Dated Oct hi, hii '
POD, Dec. 9.
1 Skerna Lantl Dlslriet Dislrict of Coasl,
llange I,
Take nollee that I, Louis calerls, driver,
of Victoria, li. C��� lnlc.ul In apply Tor permission In purchaso tlie following OS-
srrll.nl im i-
i miiiiifin mn al a poal (ilatileil al lhe
snulhra��l ee.rner of Lot l?9l>, Ihenee snulh
Sll rhallia, Ihrnin West III iTiallta. Ihenee
nurth so rhaint, lliriirr eaal I.i rhaina lo i
p'ellll      nt       '"llllll.'lle . Iltrlll.      fl HI IS Hi 111 g      3 1 0  *
arres, me.if (,r Inaa.
LlltilS  CALEntS.
*...  , .. .   ..  Kml R. Cowell, Agenl.
Dated int.  31,   mn t
I'ub. Dec. 9.
Sk7: '��� cp.rt,g cstsaror ^
"f -l��,,n.,rh"'n "i1!" ****"���** Wl Young,
g��lh.%,hJ!,ri ffilJT&'H rati
mm t uni wiiimiT vodmi
Dated  Nog.   ���*,   ft?!"  Y<""1��- Agent
I'ub. Dee.   15,   l"n    '
skeena   Land   District    lilslrlcl   of  Duron
charli.ile Islands.
Tske   nollee   that   William    Moore    of
- i if ir ll. C, in i itp.iiirrii farmer, Intends
to apply r..r |irrmis��ion lo leaso Ihe foi* I
I'.n nil'   deserlhed   tnil.ls:
' ������nn it.'   at  a  pnai  plnntrd  ai  the
siilllliwe.l eorner or Lot 1518, Mas.ael Inlet, thenre essl on.* hundred chains, iiinire
south titty-four chains, thenre wesl lo the
beach, Ibence almig In-arii to point <>r
commencement, iiiniainliiK sin hundred and
lorlv   (rill.)   aires, mnre nr loss.
WILLIAM   HOORt.
iieorgc Young, Agent
Daled  NOV.   14.   1911.
Pub. Dee.  16,  1911.
To tit your son or daughter for a business   career you must rive
them a buaineaa training.   The best place to send them to is tin* :
1 Nanaimo Business College
____________________���
''(.uDll
I   I M<
*
'. ' Mt
��� .;���:
��� r.:
harlaU
I. C. E
I x'ox*.
���
*tm 4
.Diral
It ia the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition Is
personal, antl develops the
individuality of the pupil.
Room and boanl is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
nre away from the instructions of the larger cities   :
On iko.i-.aJ cam ix****** tutiaa is
The Ben Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English snd Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
ll Mir Mcu ill Ike Difference Between Success aad Failure lo Yon
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, Principal Nanaimo. B.C.
���Church Services
FIRflT PHESRYTEIIIAN CHURCH
Servlcea every Sunday In the
Emin-eaa Thpatrr, I] a.m. ami
. 80 p.m.    Sunday .School antl
lllt.l*. Claaa at ?.nn p. m.
REV. P. W. KERR. M.A., Pastor
THE   FIRST   HAITIST   CHURCH
���*.' I-.* I VIII   HAM., 3RD AVK .  NEAR I.TII UT.
Servlcea  ev.ry Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School   ,' in   p. in        Raraca
ttilile Claaa 2 30 p.m.
REV. W. H. M. II..1. H.A R.D.    Pastor
THK KIILST METHODIST CHURCH
IO. I *v KCN CSNTRR RT. ANI) 2nd AVK.
Hcrvlcat every Sunday at 11
a.m.  and 7 .'tn p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. H. SINO, ll.D Pastor
Skwna Land DiaUict -Dt.lrict ..:
Tak. notiw that tinny .!��>. I,
UalniOT ol I'rinc. Itupwt, ti. t
bookkwsmr. Inland lo apply '
mn-aloner ot Lan.la for a lice: a   *
eoal and petroU-um on an t .,
land on Graham laland Arms-:.    .
Commencing al a uo�� plan., t
olUE.ll. Coal Lmm N���.  I",
corn** C. K. II. Coal Lnaa�� N
SO chaina, llMne. anal 00 chjn.v
so chaina, tbene. eaat BO ;h_o. t.. |��. -
mrnci-m*Nlt.
I.au.1 Sept. II, 1911.     C. I*. I.M'.t.   .
Pub. SmLS*.
-ai*c-a Land Ihalrlcl ��� Diatrict
Tak. nolice lhat thirty da) a In
Hainter ol Prim-- Rupert, It   i
bookkeeper, inlemt lo a|.|.l>   M
| mWlonrr ol Lands lor a ticrt.c** '
ena] and petrnWiun on an>l ea <
land on Craham lalan.l .IincoI.-I .
t'ommeni-ina al ��� |m����i p_u *��� I i
rornw of Coal Lena. Nu. 11(1 ���
Coal lr*** No. 28, I li.-nr.* n..tl it - '      .
meat  1X0 ehalna, Ihenca anuir.  M
eaat HO rhaina to point ol MBm.
all loreahore Tlahn I'-ilnl.
Dated SepL 12, 1911. C.  E   BAINTER
Pub. Oct T.
Skeama Land District��� Dialricl .1 ',
Take nonce lhal thirty -I.... I-��� I. A I
llroderick ol 1'ni.r*** Itupert. P. '   , I
bank manafer, intend lo ��|.|.1> h
miaaioner of  Ijimta lor a Itc-i.e.   ���
eoal and peetroleaim on ami as he
land nn .iraham lalan.l SaHribs l ���
Commendnt at a |-o��l MttNl
ol C. E. H. Coal Leaue Ha If,
corner A. T. II. Coal lr*->- N.
80 chaina. Ihence Mat HI cha.
Chaina, thenc* �����il  80 ehalna .-< i
mencement.
A. T. IIIIUDI.i.l' i.
Date.1 Sept. 12, 1911. C.I.I       ���.. Agral
Tub. Sapt-1 ���'���
Skeena Und Diatrict���Dialikt nl X]
Take notie. that thiily da). Ir>ii  ee     I, .  T.
llroderick ol Prlne. Iluporc II. t  . b
bank manaer-r, Inlend lo appl) t . ti ���< <
miaaioner of lamda lor a licence t
coal  and  pelroleum on anil  ut,<|, r '���'" ian* ol
land on liraham laland .ltwrril-e-1 a- I
Commencini at a poal |.lnat.-e| 1*0
ol C.  E.  II. I'oal tram No. M, market
comer A. T. II. Coal l.eaae No  .
80  ehains,  thene. weat 80 chain'.   '
HO chaina, thenee eaat 80 chaina ... lilac i
mencement.
A. T. OIIODLIII. K. I
Dated Sepl. 12, 1911. C. B. Itai.li.
I'ub. iriil. 21.
Skeena Und Dirtrkl���Dialricl ol ge,
Tak. notice thai thirty 'lay. limn Hair. I   <
Ilainler ol I'rlnr* Rupert,  II. <   . '
bookkeeper, intend tn apply lo tot Cl
miaeinner ot Unds for a IteSflCa to
eoal and petroleum on and under B40
land on Uraham laland descril.e.1 I
Commencini at  a pn.1  planl.��l  '
ol Coal Uaae No. 4476, marked C. I    '
corner ol Coal l��ae No. :l. llriii" '
Ihenc. north 80 chaina. thenn* �����
Ihence aoulh 80 rhaina In place nf p.mmene. *
D.ted SepL 11. 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, I
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und Dkrtrirt���Dialricl ol l|uien Cl
Tak. notlc* that thirly daya Irom dale, I.
Rainier ol Prince lluperL 11. C. by oc
liokkeeper, Inlend  lo apply tn the I '
miaaioner ol Unda lor a licence ... I *
eoal and petroleum on and under '
land on (iraham laland di-acril.-l a. ft
Commencini al  a poal planleil live '
ol Coal l��*M No. 4474, marke.1 C.  I     I
N. E. eorner Coal I��-e Nn. H, I	
chaina,  th.nce wnet 80 chain.,  tin
chaina,  thence eaal  80 ehalna lo place 'I
mencement. .....
DatedSept. 11. 1911.     C. E. IIUN I ML '
I'ub. Sept. tt.
Subscribe For Hie Daily News
Skeena Und Dlalrtrt-DI-lrlcl nl Queen I I ���
Take nolle* lhal thirty daya Irom date. I. I    '
Ilainler ol I'rlnce lluprrl. II   0 . In
1-tK.kkeeper, Inlend lo apply lo llio . I   ' I
miaaioner ol  Undi   .'.ir a licence le. nf.
enal and petroleum nn and uneler BIO ca
land on liraham laland deacrihed aa li.llo.MI
Commendnt at a poll planleil IWO milt
t*   '���   II. ('oal Leae. No 17, mark.* I        '
.uiii
of  C.   E.   i*.   �� oal   _.-*.*  e.ei   i.,   ...��...-<>
corner C. E. II. Coal Uaae Nn. 2:1   llienf ���     ���
chatna, th.ne* weft 80 chaina,  tin
bu chaina, thence eaat DO chaina In place "I <���"  *
mencemenl.
Dated SepL lt. 1911.     C. E. BAINTIi:. i
rub. Sepl. ta. THE DAILY NEWS
COAL NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
���aaaa Land Dutrict���District of Cjueon Chirlotte   ui ,      , , . ���
BE notico thiit thirty days from date. I, C " I Sk��"iR Un? Dtalrlct-Dbtrict of Cout lUnuo 6
fetor of I'rinco Huport, JJ. C, by occupation | i,,, ke ?,otlc,�� thlt Uw F. Gnnt of Prince
Tikooiiur, intnd to upply to tho Chiof Com-1 ""P"1; % c ��� occupition civil engine*!. intends
donor of -Lands for u liconco to proapoct for I 1 Sift *?* BWM-BM to. purchaso the fyllowinii
I and pt'lroloum on und under 640 acros of   "J?���" u"(":
1     Commencing ut a post planted about 3 1-2 miles
m a northorly direction from the northeast corner
| P0��t of Lot 1880, Hange &, Coaat Diutrict, thenco
| on Gruhum lslaud deacrlbod us follows:
ltmuuclng at a post planted ono milo
K.  U. Coul Louso No. 9, murked N.  W.
0. 0*. H. No. 10, thoiico'south HU chuins' ! 25 M c,hairj*  thenco  north  60 chuins.' thonco
wost BU chains,  thonco north 80 chain., i ?���Jr t(J  Hank  ��'  "/or,   thence south  following
Cce oust UU chains tu pluco of common cement.
i Sopt. 11. 1011.     0. E. HAINTKU, Locutor
|8tp��B8,
_.._�� Lund District���District ol QUMD Churlotte
fulvi' notico Ihut thirty duys fronm dute, 1, C. K.
"���tor of I'rinco Kuueri, 11. C, occupution book.
, intend to apply to tho Chief Commlsslonir
^imi. for a liconco to prospect (or coul und
(oleum on und under d40 acre,*, of lund un
Islund described us follows:
...j.encing at a post planleil two niili-s north
p. K, If. Coul i.t':i--i' No S, murked N. K. comer
C. K. U. Coal Lease No. 11, thenco south HU
thenco wust ��0 chains, thence north SU
thonce east 80 chuins to placo of com-
xirnont.
J Sept. 11, 1011.    C. K. BAINTBR, Looator
Bept. 88.
.nn Land District���District of Queen Charlutte
Mtn nutico that thirty days from d&te, I, C. I..
��ter of i'rinco Huport, H. C, hy occupation
it-per, intend to apply to thu Chiof Com-
li.ii.ci- of Lund for u licuuco to prospect for
and petroleum on and under till) acres oi
i Cruhum Island described us follows:
rOiiiMiiiii'itiK at a post piunted two miles north
; li. Coal Lease No. 7, murked C. K, IS.
j Leaso No. 12, thuncu south HU chuins, thonco
. HU chains, thence north HO chuins, thence
t 80 chuins to placo of commoncement.
ISopt. 11. 1011.     C. K. HAINTKU. Locatoi
I Sept. 23.
na Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
kite notice thst thirty days from duto, 1, C. K.
iter of I'rince Huport, li. C, hy occupation
.tvjHT, intend to apply tb thu Chief Com-
.ut of Lands for# licenco to prospect for
and pelroleum on and under t. in acree of
Ion Gruhum Island doscribed us lollows:
fammencing nt a post planted two miles north
', K. 11. Coal Leaso No. 7, marked S. \V. corner
ii. Cosl Lease No. l:>, thuncu norlh 80
��� thenco oast 80 chains, thence south 8U
, thence west 80 chains to placo of com-
temont.
ISept. 11, UM1.     C. E. HAINTKU, Locator
, Sept. 88.
kna Land District���District of Queon Charlotte
Islands
Juki' notice thut Austin M. Urown of I'rinco
Wrt, 11. C, occupaUon saddler, Intonds to
ly lo the Chlof Commissioner of Lands and
pks for a liconco to prospect for coul, oU and
pleum on nnd under tho following described
i tho Wust Coast of Graham Island:
_    ni-ncing at a poat planted three milos cast
lie northeast cornur of C. L. No. 4478 thence
hams aouth, thunce 80 chaiiu **.\ it, the'ioo 80
nu north, thonco 80 chains west to point of
B|B cement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Ucator
i of Location 31st July, lull.
y Aug. 17.
pua Lund District���District uf Queen Charlotu
Islands
f$ko notico that Auatin M. Drown of Prince
���rt, occupatiun aaddler, Intonds to apply to
(. huf Commissioner of I^tuds and \\orks
\a licenco to prospect for coul und oil aud putro>
, on and under the following deacribed lands
be West CubjI of Graham Island:
onclng at a posl planted threu milus east
be southwost corner of C. L. No. 4477 tlienco
Jink of river to point ol commencement:   containing 1 **0 ucres. more or leaa.
Dated Sopt. 0, 1011. LKHOY   F.  GUANT
l ub. Oct. 10. Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agont
Skeena Und District��� District of Coast Range 6
l uke notice that Uttie McTavish of Vancouver.
occupation   married   womun,   intenda   to   apply
ur ponnlnioD to purchase the following doscribod
Commonclng at a posl planted at the north-
woat corner 1U0 chains east and 20 chains north
irom N. b. corner of Ut 111(1, Harvey's Survey
UOUt Dislrict IUnge 5, thunco 20 chaini aouth,
Ltience uu chains east, thunco 80 chains north,
l-Mnoe 40 chains wost, thunce 60 chains south,
theiipo 40 chains west to post ol eommencoment
i.ontaining 400 acres more or loss.
Dated Sept. 18.1��JU. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I ub. Sept. 23 Frod W. Uohler. Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Coast Range 6
lake notice that Miss Mary Mulvillo of Clare,
Ireland, occupation spinster, intends to apply
luT permission to purchase the following dosnbed
lunds:
Commencing ut a post plantod ono chains north
of the southeast corner of Ut 632, thonce nortb
4u chuins, thonce east 20 chains, thenco south 40
chums, tlienco west 20 ciiains to point oi com-
mi'iiuement; containing eighty acres, more or loss
Dated Oct. 11, 1011. MISS MAUV MULV1LLK
1 ub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agent
Bella Coola Und District���District of Coast Rami
3
luko notico that 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Iro-
luti.i, occupution gentleman, intends lo apply
lor permission to lease the following described
lands:
Commoncing at a post planted on the shore
ul Nuclecuconnay Hiver about 10 chains weet
��-l .ludiuii Reserve Lino .thence west ou chains
following the channul ol Noctectsconnay River,
tlienco south 80 chaina moro or loss to channel
ol Hella Coola River, thenco following channul
of Uolla Coola River easterly 60 chains, nortb
K0 chains more or loss to point of commencement;
contuining 480 acres, more or l<
"8,1011.
Datud August 28,
I'ub. Sept. 80.
H.  M.  CUFF
WUliam McNair, Agent
|cl.;i;ii ��� east, tbence 80 chains north, thence 80
west, thenco 80 chains south to point of
kmci.coment.
Skeuna Und District -District of Coast Range 5
Take notico that Uonjamin Russol Rico of
1'riucu Rupert, U. C, occupation waiter, intends
to apply (or permission lo purchase tho following
described Unds:
Commencing at a poatapUnted 65 chains south
from ihu southeast corner of Ut 30t>0, I'ost
murked U. R. R S. E. Corner, thence 70 chaina
���������-.���', thence t>6 chains norlh, thence 70 chains
east, thenco 65 chains south to point of commencement, containing 4&5 acres more or less,
UKNJAM1N   Hl.SSKL  KICK
Duted October 21, 1011.
I'uh. Nov. 2.
Skoena Und Dislrict���District of Caasiar
Take notice that Angus Jamea   McKenxfe of
Vancouver, U. C, occupation bookkeeper, intednns
to spply (or permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commoncing at a post plantod at lho con-
lluencu of bluckwator rivor with Naai rivor, about
two milos south from tbo sixth Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Post markod A, J. M. N. VV. Corner,
thunco 80 chains south, thence 80 chains east
AUSTIN M. ItlluWN Ucaior I thuncu 80 cbains nortb, thonco 80 chains wosl
tof Location, J 1st July 1011. to poinl of commencemenl, containing 640  acroa
. Aug. 17.
���na Und District���District of Queen CbarlotU
Islands
I'ake notice that Austin   M.  Drown of  Prince
occupation aaddlur, intends to apply to
11 i.t.'l Commissioner ot Unds und Worki for a
moru ur loss.
ANGUS JAMES McKKNZIK
Datud Sept. 23, I'Jll.
Pub. Nov. %.
Skeena Und District���District of Caaslar
Take notice ihat Herbert McLennan ol  Van-
nce lo i-r.   |.evi for coal, oil and petroleum on and ! couvur, U. C, occupation real estate agunt. InUnds
Ber thu following described lauds on thu Wosl, to apply for i>erimssion to purchaso  tlio following
'Lit of Graham laland: doscribod lands:
Lommeneing at a poet planted three milea east '     Commencing  at a post  pUnted  at  the' run-
| ilu- southemsi cornur o .C. I.. No. 4472 tbence t lluunco of UlackwatEr rivur with  thu Naas  river
rth 80 chaina, thence oast 80 chains, thunco south ' about  two   mUos  south  uf  the  sixth   Dominion
Ichalns, ihonce weat 80 chains to point of com-   Telegraph  cabin.    Poet marked   H.  M.   N.   E.
���not
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
���tod August 1st, Dili,
b. AUJI. IV.
Corner, thence 80 chains south, Ihenco 80 cbains
west, thuncu 80 chains norib, thuncu 80 chains
��� ..-t to point of commencemenl, containing 640
acrvs moro or leas.
Dsted Sept. 23, lull HERBERT McLENNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
na Land Diitrict��� Dislrict of Queen Charlotu
aku noticu that thirly days from dute. I, C. I.
olur of Princu Hupert, II. C, by occupallon     , .     .,.,._.,.       _   . _-     ...
���kkeeper.  intend  lo  apply   to  the Chief  Com- j *"�������� ****ad U��.rict-DUtrict of Coast Hange 5
lioner of Unds for a Ucvncu to pruspm for '    , l**** nuV�� that I, Cbr..iophcr Jsrnus Grsnam
and petruluum on  aud under 610 acres of   o( 'rinco, KuR "��� B\ c;�� occupation locomotive
4 on Graham lidand duenbud as follows: engineer, Intend lo applj for permission to purchase
east' the following ducrlbod lands
Cool lA-aau No. 4467, marked C. K. U. Coal j     Commencing at a put planted at the south-
��� No. I, N. E. eorner, thence wot bo chains, ' *ut  cornur of Ut  No.
In  south   H0  chains,   Ihuncu  oaat  60  chain?,    {**,*ta".   ""d    m��rl(wi
���Conuiienciiig ul a puat  planted  livu miles
���" ' ;.i im:    .ii    u   uvat   j'taii
1. ��� ������ vicinity uf Uko
Christopher J. Graham
boce north M> chains lu place of commenwinent'. j �� �� Cornctf, thence Wt 40 aiaiiu, thence south
Mod Sept. II. 1011 C. E. HAINTKU, Ucator g ^aius, thence oast 40 chants. Ihence north 80
kb Si'ut 23. chains   to   poot   of   commencement;    containing
��� 320 acm, more nr loss.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Ucator
vna Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte j Dated SepL 22. 1011  11.J J A.M.��� Witnused T. D
[Take notice thai Ihirty days frum dale, 1, C. E Laird,
timer of Prince Rupert, H. C, by occupation [ pub Sept. JO.
okki-ei-er, Intend to apply lo the Chief Com-1        ���, t     * *-,*,**it    iu...ui ni r.-i.,
bsn.iiJr of Unds for a liwucu to prwpect lut Skeena Und DisUlct-District o Caasiar
���I  and  t-eiroleum ��n  ai.d  under OIU acru o:       T��ko noticu ih*1 ic ft Stewart of Vancouver,
fl aZT^a'SSTSmAA^S^fnlhTTrill "���   ^-.  occupation  truckman,   intends  to  apply
������^tta��TS^aq��&i oast   |or permUs.on to purcb- tb. fo.lowing ducribed
1 WJfTnS^^h^^^B'����i?'_s2t, "commencing at a post planted 40 chain, south
I ch.ina to ul.cv ol cullimuncu nrnL  ' !��_,��� jn "h.i-1 ..nl,   tl,..��, ill ��h.,n.  ...,
���led Sept. II. lllll.    C.  ���
.... ITEMS OF. . . .
SPORT! i
**m**m**^m-rmmrm**mmrm*.mn^m.*r*m..t\
A Romanoe of the Turf.
In ihese duys if you hoard a
iiinii milking a |),.|, of $20,000 on
a borsa raoo you would throw up
youi- hands in Burprloe, but Ihera
were limes, espeoially in oonneot-
iitin wiili llu. English lurf, when
sueh a wager would be ooitsidorod
more ohlld's play uml unworthy
..f notioe, Hm the English turf
in lh.' tin's saw some hiB plung
ers. There was ibe Marquis of
llasliiigs, who when he was about
-.'5 years nf aB,. ami al lhe bey-
day of his oaroer owned u oraok
2-year-old    iillj-    named    Lady
Klizabelb. For the llrsl few
limes she earri.'.l .silk the lllly
was fairly suooessful ami lhe
Marquis Ihoughl be saw In ber a
ehanee It. retrieve liis waning
fortune. The olimaz of her 2
year-old season oame in th
2-year-old Derby trial. Lad
Elizabeth was a splendid animal
It. lhe eye, ami for llie tesl her
trainor had hor in the besl possible fettle, and at Ibe sumo time
informed lhe owner thai she was
a sure winner, and, acting on lhe
advice, be backed her for the sum
of $250,000 and lost.
In tier 3-year-old year Lady
Klizabelb gave promise Hint she
might lund the Derby, for in Ihe
early spring races she showed
high-class form. Her niosl dangerous opponent was Hermit
which belonged to a wealthy man
named Chaplin, who was at the
lime engaged lo marry Ibe .Marchioness of Ailesbury. This stat
nf affairs involved a romance���
the Marchioness was madly In
lovo with Ibe Marquis of Hastings, und il wns an open secret
that be had tlie highest regard
for tier.
However, tho Derby uuine
around, and some eiioriiinus bet-
ling was recorded. The .Marquis
look one lusl cbnnce, and be
backed I.inly Klizulielli lo the
amount of 1555,000, but be was
.loomed  to  disappointment,  fm-
llcrmil won Hie much coveted
ruff nml his owner gathered in
Hu' handsome sum of $700,000,
which is probably lhe biggest
amount ever won by one iiiiih*
over Ibe race. The Marchioness
never became the wife of Chaplin.
for sin* eloped with Ibe Marquis
and shared some of the misfortunes winch befell  him Inter on.
sm*t**gg*
*mm4e--m-e*am*mm*X .i e. ^ ll .  e.i. ei  ^l. '., e. * ..^ n|.> . ,. .  e. i. e. e. n fc n ^,��.
  ��,..^e
A
Work
of Art! Free!
The finest Jewelry Catalogue produced in America
can be had free for the asking.
It contains 124 pages of Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware,
Cut Glass, Leather Goods
and Novelties some of thc
articles being reproduced in
as many as fourteen colors.
Write for it today it makes
gift choosing easy. Vou run
no risk whatever in selecting
any article, for wc forward it
at our expense, guarantee
safe delivery, and cheerfully
refund your money if you arc
not perfectly satisfied.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canada's Urgcit Jsnclry llouie
t/ni. Ryrie, Prtt*.
Harry Ryrla, aee   7rent
134-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
*%*********%
| = THE COSY CORNER - ���
I    .DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OP  WOMEN     |
This la a little section ot tbe paper, which (rom day to day will be devoted
to subjects ot special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies ot Prince Rupert
ure invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms ore invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
THE GREATEST TRAGEDY
It Is When a Wife Is Loving but
Unloved.
TRUHK\
The greatest tragedy that Call
happen in marriage is llie wedding of a loving woman to a man
wlio lilies, admires, respects--
tines anything save passionately
a.It ne her.
For all ber lire afterward will
her  lletirl   beat   itself  in  helpless
effort agaiusi the wall of stone
thai   looms  between  them.
True she may contrive lo make
herself necessary lo bis comfort
ami happiness, may, more than
likely, win a meed of kindly ap-
j precialive affoolion, But "us
I moonlight is to sunlight, as water
unto wine," so is sucli affoolion
lo llie wife who loves in vain,
A woman who marries without
lovo will probably end by devotedly loving tier husband, supposing he be patiently devoted to
her; but imt Uie passionate devotion <>f a lifetime will win from
a mail���after marriage���wbal be
failed to give before.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
IT IS  "REAL WAR.'
Lmvii Prlnci Runii-l Thundiy at 8:30
"*      "-   -       ifl ��� ��� *
fly   Satut
���nd 30lh.
p. n... Ote. 2!at an.
couxr  eon,  Saturday  morning
21th, arriving In Van.
'    , Dk.  23d
Miss   Pankhurst  Says  That  the
Suffragettes Will Not Stop.
MAKE   YOUR   RESERVATIONS   EARLY
Phon* 260
SS. Princa John for Stewart 10 a. m.,
Due. 20th and 27th.
Prtllnl   ath.dula   will   remain   In   enact
unlit   abo.e   data*.
Bi-wet-kly train service to Vannrsdul.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wcdneadaya andSntunliiys. Returning arrive Prince Rupert I p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
ab. Sept. 113.
.,   llionco IU chaina north, thencu 40 cbaina woat,
11 ,���ri. 41) chaina auuth tu the pulnl ut cuimm-iici-
LAND LEASE NOTICE
...cnl lu cuttUin Hit) *eta* itu.ro ur luaa.
HICHAM) UOWAKU STCWAKT
r ���..!��� 'i Aug. 1911. Jain.�� T. Puller-ton, Agont
Pub, Sepu ii.
Skeuna Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Cout IUnge 6
Take notice tbat Harold I.. Smut, ol Morely,
keena Und Dialrlct-Dlatrlct of liai.l lUime 4   A(u   uccu|1,t|on .utloa agonl, intenda to apply
I -  ���   "  ' lur purr.iaa.un tu purcbaae tbe lollowing doacritwtl
lunda: , .
Commencing at ��� poat plant.eel at tha aouth
(Take notice that �������� th.'  iimli-raih-neil
hre.ll.ii. I innl" ..i.'i Win. M. Julitiatoll of I'rlnce
Bu|H-rt.  II.I'.. u.*cup��ll..n ininiliil ennlneor ami
oepector. ml. ml tu apply   for permiaalon   to   _"��J -__- lmJ c|���[ni Mll anj 20 chaina nortb
, the followinK .1 i.be.1 landi
(tum N. II. vomer ol Lol lllii, Uarvey'a Survey
mw*rmr   m*,m.���....-... ...n-- .        1(11111     t*.     **.     * \s, ,,*is     we     a." a     m , ��� v,      ����� ...   w H    -    _-���.   �����^
Con-mrntitm tit a l"-i i-lniiti-l 1-4 mile cail ol   ,.        uuuict IUnge i, tbenc* 40 chaina eaal,
Tyee.Sl.in .n.li.l'.l' 111'.Stiiln.n an.1 iumimhiii-   thpncv ^ c|,^na noltb, thence 40 cbaiu weet,
tael of I'uii''.' Klipojt, tlt.'iici- nurlh   ^y,.^ ^ chatna auuth lo poat ol commencement
UAKULD E. SMITH
Uohler, Agen
) chaina, ihen..-eaal IM chaina. thenn  i".ulh i. _._u111|m :U0 arr>��, more or laaa.
aalne nle.re or lea. lo   rnllway   Rate  thence QJJJj     '    ,8 ���,,. HAItOLI
���oalerly ti chaina moro or loaa fuleimlna aaid .. b IST aj, f-red W.
ra.lv lo point of coniitit-nceniinl an.l coiitaintni*
Al.lllKllCllKI.STIAKIiAltDK
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
ba Nor. B, Itll
ul. Dec. i. l.'ll
i Coola Und Diatrict -Dialricl ol Cuaat IUnge
S
Take nulinr Ileal II. M. t Inl ut Dundalk, Ire
Sknna Und DUtricl���Diatrict ol Coaal IUnge i
'lako notice lhat I, Gordon C. Emmeraon o.'
I'rinn' llupert, U- *--'���. occupaUon roal oatau
broker, Intend lo apply lor permiaalon to purchaae tho lulluwing daaciibcd Unda:
Cummenring al a poit planted  about  il 3-4
ti.ila in a northerly direction Irom the norlheaal
r. r"r poat "I Lol laaa, IUnge i, Coaat Diatrict,
"   4U  chaina,  thenca  weat     lo  river
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block'
Every Tuesday Evening
All  membera  of  the  order in the city
are requested to vii.it the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. Q.
J. GLUCK, Sec.
On your Chrlatmaa vlalt Eaat travel
via thc Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
-ten-ire over Double Track Route.
Connections with nil roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship booking*)
arranged.. Full information and
tiekel.t obtained (rom the oflice of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   I'ASSKN.IKIt   AGENT
A
I'.lii'isiiiii.'i Pankhurst, (be British militant suffragette, has announced lhal ihe recent oessallon
nf hoallliliea was only in llie nature of an armistice while awaiting Hie Cabinet's decision, but
thai the i.mi.i.ui riot marks tbe
reopening of blslilillos.
"it Is real war we have embarked upon," slie said. First we
talked, Then we look Iii peaceful demonstrations. Next we begun'interrupt ing public ine.-hugs,
iiii.I I., forcing our \ftiy into the
House nf Commons uml the
homos of membera of the Cabinet
Aa n third slop we began destroying property. Some time ago wc
l.'ll.'bed    llie    .sluge    of    physical
violence. You .-au judg�� for
yourselves what point must lie
reached in Ibe end, unions in Ihu
Hieunlinie llie (internment grants
u- lhe ballot."
BORN WITH A TOOTH
This Little Lady Made Good Start.
Got Another In a Month.
*-* -*-*
ake noun' tt...  ... <��������� ~ ���������     ,",���";-,'_ ,,"     ,1,01,01  nor.h  J-  chaina,  llionco  weal     io  rive
, occupallon genUeman, intenda lo aii|.l>  (o.   MM m f���Howlnat river bank to poll.
��i�� *"*<^>**!',""r}^2^'^*h*��.r.   .".o'ntn .nS-.n~ati  conulnlng Ibo acraa, mo"��� o
Commencing al a  poet
planled  al the ahore
I conimenceinui.li   conUining
L. n,"r..-r'.,l Iaix No  3, tl,i-tin- north   jajl. GORDON C. EMMERSON
.��� Sign sSmi fe%��7-ftw I***
US Tfit'tWX^   S^'ti. Und DU��rict-.rr.c, u. Cout IUnge ?
IT, mm*aW**t*m mon. o, lou io puini ".     i.k. nutit*. that BHam Bay_,__fa***Jt
. ily
aominelicenielel
.,.*.   Man.,   occupation   barrlalar,   Intendi
atning  a.o ki ," ,|,,tly ior |iormiaaion u> purcbaae tbe lollowing
.........i  trDu���icto,tca...ung. 5JflSi*_aS-.f^SaT&i
lll.ir.l-.    IV*.n��"      ",  ,n _.,.. ...    Ilxreer.  I II
I int. I Auguat 31, 101
Pub. Sept. 31).
S
Take nolice lhat IL M. IHU Ol Imndalk. Ire-   l',u-c'h'aTna""north, thenee 60 chaina well  thenMCO
,n   Ki'i.tleman,
lo   li
land,   oceupailon
lor  iM-rmiaaion
lantla
inlenrla   lo   ipply   C'���.L aoulh lo poat ot commoncomont   containing
,���e  lollowing deacribnl   MJg^ftfiffWAM RuY McTAVlSH
I'ub Sep.'! 23. ** * ""h!"' ****
lice
Conimoitdng .1 j. port pl.nle.1 JtUj MjB
curner ol Ut 33, thence .,.,rl It -��        ��"- *****
w_.   it, chaina. ll ��  "euUi -*1 chaina ...nre or
EtiihTr t, tl.et.ri. I..ll..wln�� the alinle lino
T. % SSL ������:,c ���r k. ... P..I... .1 mm*"*"     ��- "ag. gr-ttmSl]** Imp-tor, inund,
CUrt   ,���*",,,|y fi,"criniaeioi. to purch-ue tba lollowing
eaat 40 ehaiaa more or h-a m I1
menu  rantuiiilim H> eats**, ...ore or i���
.IllUil Augu.t ill, ISII
I'ub Sept. 30.
Skoona Und Dleirlcl-Dlalrlct ol Caajlar
11.   M.   > ti"    to appl.
William MfNalfi Agenl   ,;e,cri_.ed lantla:
Comtnencing  .1   a  Mt  planlotl   al   the  c��n-
M. Cool. Und DUlrict -Di- CoMl .Un,     tluon.el S^^JKwE
Cor  i>tTii>iM>ion  to !*��������  M"  ""10W,',�� wwl ^ point c
ucrus moro or I1
1FRED. STORK
' ��� General  Hardware��� '
i
!
I
���
SECOND -  AVENUE I
* * * * - *���*--* * * * *
-General Hardware
Buildera'  Hardware
Valves �� Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
B.C. Coaat aervice - Kamoua Pni cess
Line
Princess   Mary
Saturday, December 16th, al 9 a.m
For VleU-rta. Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Savoy Hotel
t'e-r. Fraeer and Sth.        Chulee Wu,.. and ' .." ���
RUPERT'S   PALACE   OF    COMFORT
One briglii baby Kiri who ur-
rived from Baybland a few weeks
ngo was born wllh n pretty white
....th. II came wiih tier, fully
developed, When she appeared ill
the Will-Id.
Four weeks later she added uu-
iiilu-r tooth in ber oolleollon. No
one known bow many more will
appear al similar intervals, for
Un*  second  period of  fnur week.
Isn't up yet.
The little lady witli Ibis ox-
Iraordinary   teething   propensity
is Helen I.e..lie llriggs, daughter
>.f Mr. ami Mrs. hale llriggs of
lies Moines, Iowa.
You may think Unit you are a
truer friond if you can.li.Ily lell
a man of his faults, but he will
novor, never agree with you.
TWO DELICIOUS PRESERVES
Hints That Prinoe Rupert Housewives Can  Profit By.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Broa.' Offlce.
II. Gordon Munro W. Nichdeon UHey
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -I- AUDIT OR8
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruuert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CAKSS,
of llr.lii.li Columbia
and Manitoba llara.
Dried Aprioot Jam���s..ak one
pound of dried apricots in three
pints of boiling water for twelve
or sixteen hours. Simmer In
sain..' water until tender. Add
Un  pounds of sugar and simmer for another hour, or until it
is well set. When nearly done
add ii few drops of essence of
almonds. This makes six pounds
nf delicious jam at less cost than
fresh fruit, and is most useful ul
Ibis season of the year when
fresh fruil is very scarce.
Delicious Apple Dinger Preserve���Peel, core and out into
small sections four pounds of
apples, add three pounds of
sugar, also a cupful of waler.
Place in cart lieu or delf pan and
keep over two nights, stirring oc-
easioiially with wooden spoon.
Turn into preserving pan, add
tliree-quarters   of   a   pound   of
ki ii ginger (cut in thin slices.
and boil from forty-live minutes
lo an hour over a clear lire. This
Is a cheap hut delicious preserve.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of IIC. Ontario, Saa-
katchowan   and Al-
tx.ru llara.
CARSS * BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth atreeu Prince Rtinert. 8
Kino line of work baskets tilled
wiili candy. If you want a good
..no you lind belter have il laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
Two Truths About Men.
If   her   husband    ll   romantic
aboul h.-r. ii woman oan almost
forgive liim for being a had busi-
11.*-. man.
What Is Your Family Worth?
If your family is rforth the best
you can afford in house and food
and chillies, is il not worth the
best reading us well? And tbe
best reading���best for boys und
girls, besl for men and women���
is to be found in The Youth's
Companion.
iif stories alone The Companion will print nearly UUO in lull!.
Willi all the rest of tbe paper
thrown in, and counting tin*
glorlOUS long serial siories, th.-y
cost tlie subscriber less than a
cent apiece. Moreover, you will
look long before you will lind
stories so varied and Interesting;
stories of coolness in the fuce of
peril, strange adventures with
creatures of the forest and llie
sea; moving stories of life's obscure heroisms; siories breezy
wllh good-natured humor, ijuainl
and  curious  character  sketches.
Now is lhc time lo subscribe,
for Ibe new subscribe" in Cnnadu
will receive free from the time
liis fi is received all  lhe  issues
for the remaining weeks of 1011,
ciiiilaiuing lhe opening chapters
of llulpb 1). I'aine's great serial
story of Ibe Hox.-r rebellion,
"Tliu Cross and the Dragon."
And there is tlie gift of The Companion calendar for 1012, "On
lhe New England Copst," lithographed in ten colors untl gold,
only I**! now to Canadian subscribers, liul on January I, 11)12,
Ibe subscription price will be advanced lo ?2.L'D. The Youth's
t: piiiiinn.    I i i    Berkeley   St.,
Boston, Mass. New subscript inns
r lied  at   Ihis olllce.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denul operationa akitfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathelica admlnieterod for tho painleaa ox-
traction of teeth. ConaulUtion f rev, Ofllcea:
lleliierae.il Ulock. Pnnee Ruuert. 11-12
Atex.M.Manaon n.A..     W.E.Willlnma.R.A.,L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.l
p.;o. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WU.  POXON, ESQ., A.K.A.H..  I UN.. KNIi
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AUD REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident tnaurancea
GIB Srd Avenue Phone 203 and Green 252
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Curried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Hotel Central Sff&liiS.
r..ir..|.i*.t!i nn<l American plan, tit^am
hvutrtl, 1* �����!* 11. convenience.!. Kat/����
tt.QQ lo .'2 '���* * per day. :
_==E.
EBY   CB.   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitaumkalum I.tin I For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - 1<   (.'.
Gmaej Sweepiaf sa. Furnace Qtu'ai
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naccB and fluca put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Pficlicil a-inr, Sweet Miits*   lam Held, er
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3S6
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
""""""   V-Si ,^.O0,'=.^n;c,,L�� �� -..
**']'**'���   ������ri���. .x a i.t.-t plantad al ll* ft *****   ncr���� """* "' """'������haui.kh wili.iam ham
^'K!,,^^l!.,.41'r.i.l^i;;^1^-   ���.,���, September 2^1"'
couver. H.
B,���. Coot. Und |.,.rlc,-Di...lcl o, Cout 1.ant.   ^-JH��H" * "^
 '   "-i!2��*Jl!Bt_S
T.
tarn
Inr   l-rrin
landa:
n^*^Jl!^in_^
tl,.. -lath Dominion Telegraph
cba.ni norlh, tl"".^"^^nan [^  "J. _,
,,   .��   i-t;,i ... I.iitiilulk. Ire*      t'timmciicinii  ai  a
������ke nntlco that II. M. Lllll """���"'"' ,-,.,,. n,lp������. ���f H|aeV*ator
Caas--ts����ft wffiS &rH|2
to���� .���'. \,JKi ��.rcl..LN.no- ,^.�� MTJ��:L"o"i;;Vr�� more or ta.
Inr IM
ff.i   21) ehalm
Datod Sept. 23, 101L
,.J& 7i,:..tn=ir��--.Kir Nov.,
Uli.ii.t eW "':,.Vni'i
Daie-I **'it��-* M. *"
Pull. Se|et   W,
. i :. a.
.... IAW   Skeena *^>^^^^S^i
Tako nolice tlini .**** ������ Inlunda   lo
Ml., fl,!.. I- '��� W-        '.r"1""''  '' 0 '   '!""B1'      SWa��'-��l-��   W    '"'^"��
Take ml
lanl.
lor  iKTrnlaani
'"i'tnt^'i���.,-; *222*X ,���,
*sn*."���'���; ���n:,';'i i *
or  ll ���
ol ������'"������''���'V.T once aouth 20 chaina, thenco
planled at *��� ����� ��� ol Crow Lake- TJ"g *** **, lh. ,���on ||���e ol
,���,',   ui chalm more   woat 20 ehnlna more or lea. munerly  lol-
lary ol  \A*n.**Z*.,L   *>**.*��  ^A^tSlVWw  Uka, th. Inlat
(���, liy II. M    *-      ' _ort|,   III   chaiiu,   t0  Crow   *****mmn       '.���,���_  ,orty  ���
applle.1 I". ���'>��� "22      I,.'lien   nortii   10  chaim,   -0 Crow  lake  an.. ��..  m-     , |n, (orty  ������,
Ei,?_t f**V****.IH? "' "***""*      l""��� -��! i���nmZ��ZiU****J-��>*l*.,,.,..
eoaUlnlai SO a;'."'���<***
D.le.1 Au|.nl2��. IO"
Puh. Sept. 30,
9, mare or leas-
M. CLIFF
William HcNnlr, A(ent
more or 1^���.
Dal��l Au|. 0, 101
Pub. Aut. 1,
J^1"1 ^j^se'm'tallman
What Are These Children Waiting For?
The  Jabour
Why!   They are going to be taken to
Bros. Emporium
Silk Kimonas
Draperies
Centre Pieces
Silk Shawls
Piano Drapes
Handkerchiefs
Shoes, Suppers
For Ladies
and Gents
Ladies' Sweater Coats
Socks
Neckwear
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKEILS AN.) KMIIAI.MI'KS
Funeral   Dlrectora
Srd Avo. near 6th St. I'hone No. 86
ri.ONE 301 P.O. BOX DM
PONY EXPRESS
SraTKMAT.C  Mi:ill'IIANT.H*   liKI.IVlBy   SKKVK-K
Itajrintl-T, Sloraire .in.)  Fnraranllnir Air.-nta.    For
IttK-e or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
Phone 243 Black
For Mama and Papa to buy them Xmas presents, Toys, Drums, Books, at the
HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES
Jabour Bros., 82S 3rd Ave.
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 lit Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazinea II Periodicala :: Newapapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
Excluaive Agenta (or
BUDWE1SER  BEER THE DAILY NEWS
Have You Anything to Sell?    Try the News Want Ad. Way of Finding a PurcfT
S@^^^^^^^ffl{S.S.S.t?S.K.ST��.��f��fttf��f��f>��f Ktmttf H8 mh v^^a.a.^ _. Z _~~ ~~
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
Spot the " Sealsliiptieuse "
���in���
Frizzell's
MEAT MARKET
And auk for Free Copy
of "Murk Twain's Oyster Story," contain-
iii|f  delleloui   ret-ipea.
We a.ll "Seal.hipt" Oyatera
Fre.h From the Sea.   .  .   .
AITKTISING AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES,  ASK FOR-
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THK BKST MONEV CAN BUT
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens snd Green Vegetables
-THK RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
FRIZZELL'S
Third
Avenue
Don't buy a watch before looking ovtr    U/PRR    C      RAf I
mir stock.    Ask the American rail-     TT ��OD    \*.    DrlLL
road  mun  his opinion of the .... ���
JO    f*            0    C            1          I               Sole Aircnta.     We alao carry a full
.i Lrav _v .ion   Ipwplpr**.   **>< ���Ho��-ani. km*.-., w.i.i,*,!,..
. _��. uiojr tt uwu, jcttcicio,    H__nt_J__Sa. Longine movement.
Christmas vexatious problems easily solved  by Sloan &  Company's Script.
Sold for uny umount, redeemable in merchandise.
Prince Rupert, b.c 191....
Sloan & Company, Limited
MERCHANDISE  SCRIPT
Deliver to	
 merchandise to tin1 amount
of	
��	
SLOAN S COMPANY
SLOAN & COMPANY,
loo
LIMITED
Sixth Street
WATCH   THE   BIO   Fl'HNITUE   STORE   FOR   GRAND   DISPLAY   OF.
CHRISTMAS  GOODS
Wo hnve  received them In ijreat quantities and will display
something far exceeding any other attempt in Prince Rupert.
WE  ARE COMPLETE  HOUSE   FURNISHERS
F. VV. HART     En,5t^,?nl?^:,rlrus.,"h     Hart Block
K��������8��&��8����:KEH^.2K^K��^
I Xmas Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy" baskets and boxes
also n full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block
Phone 56
���xm
'i'
gass:
Christmas Dainties
-:    FRESH    AND     SWEET    :-
_.r*..^I.^..^H��H...,^.0 . ,-.,,-  , _,,    ,    i, _, ,, _. ,, ^
Now Mince Mcni, jusi like mother usod to make; it's
only 6So.
Wc linvc Just received n large .��lii|iiii.'iit of now Raisins, Currants, J-'igs, Nuts, Table HaixiiiH, lining, Oranges,
Chocolates.
shop cnriy anil avoid disappointment.
ll
ll
ll
I!
"The News" Classified AdsJ
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
i	
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER���
.-��...-��...-_.,-��.M Mmm.,-^..~mmm,r
******m*s-m*r^..gg H-MMrf^trM.
awiia\a%iKa��I | |
WM TRANSFER
RAILWAY BET
Borden Government Will Probably Hand It Back to B. C. Government to Administer���Hon.
W. R. Ross' Mission to Ottawa.
Ottawa, Deo. 15.���Hon. W. II.
it..ss it'll for home todaj after
n oonferenoe with lho Federal
Qovernmeni respooling the railway bell question. A proposal
iluii Un- H. C, (i.iv.'i'iinit'iii bi* allowed in administer ilu* railway
I..-it pending an Investigation by
a commission in determine upon
a fair price for a transfer Imck
it. llic province will come before
tin- Cabinei in the next couple of
.lays, aii announcement favor*
al.l.' In Hriiish Columbia is .'.V-
pected in lif mode.
A request fm- a quit claim In
ilii- university site at Poinl Grey
will ais.i in- granted.
L.
For
Rent |
a-**., **-��� ii**-.! i **. i.-*eaa^��a0
For Ilt-nt���Two roomtHl cnliin. clnae to Mcllride.
frcalily papered and I'li'liu, tiiily llu pit mon.h.
II F. McRae & Co. t-f
inn iiic.nt- Purnltbod roomt dm gentle-
tiii'ii only: bell Itit'iilluii mill llni'si How
in iiif fity.   I'lmiie Orecn 838.   Modem
.'..nvi'iit vs. B84-9S9
Insurance
J
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every known class of
Instil-,- nee. The Mack Keuity and Insurance Co.
f.**..*V.r>j
Wanted
Wanted-General Servant.
Apply Mrs. L. W. Patmore.
j.^.. ^ ssmxm *
Oilier mai.l kept.
tf
Wanted to runt or leaae liy first of January. B or
fi room modern houso, cl.iae In. State terma to
Bo* Si).
Maternity nurse  open  for entraifement.
II..X 2169 New..
Works ai*f showing a large a
sorlmenl nt' Howard railroi
watches. if
Free   doll   at   Ward's   Candy
Simp.    Watch  tlio window,    tf
Lethbridge Man Named.
ni lawn. Dec. li.��� Special. ���
Th.' Qovernmeni has appointed
.Mr. Bentley, n Lethbridge merchant, as ��- li a i-i ii i:i ii nf oonferenoe
between Hi.' ooal mini' workers
nn.l ilu- operators in Alberta ami
Kasii'i-ii British Columbia, This
i> Hie lasi ohapter iu the late
strike, . '
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Firo
Life
Marino
Accident
I'liii.��� Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written  Direct
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-Houae. and KenUla.
Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wc  refund  your  money  If wc do  not
teach you to dance for the  price
of one  ticket.
Wednesday!    and   Saturdays
In Sons of England  Hall; at 8 p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
-f���--������--���     ��ti-fciti->.tnfc.t^m-����ti-%_n
ii
���������-��-+
XMAS GIFTS
Tin- most ipproprlata omi most
���DprcetSlSd Xma. girt.a an; initially
rniiiiti  in  well  appointed jewelry
.aiur.'K.
Today we ttiiii* the most dimple le
anil heat a.aauricd stork or glvcsblc
Klftn in-i* ."l.iitvn in lluperl.
Our Oul 01... display la a worthy
uni-   inclusive, exclusive.
Then luintl-dcrorslcd rlllli't mSkSS
n   ilnitil.v   remembrance.     Wc   have
Hoorcrsri ami iinyai crown Derby.
Oxsr Jewelry OtltOlUMI aiiyililii-r
tvt- have ever hcrnrc shown, and In
ait mir experience, ws never hati
heller puntls fur llic money.
Wark's
LER8...       1
Apply
tf
Wanted. ��� Dressmaking*, clettninir anil preaa-
Inii*. repairlnir for men an.l w.unen Mra Charlea
Perchcr. K2U Third Ave.   I'hone SM Red.     tf
MAIlllV -Why remain lonely? The Meal
lini'rr.in. u.'ii club leads in happiness. A
strictly private, high-class, up-to-date
medium fnr properly Introducing worthy,
ma ilia (rouble people or any n.itliin.tlllv,
ivliiriiui, ate, or ilmin.'lal cnntlitlon.
Many people watting*, rich and poor.
Particular* rice, plum, leMed envelope,
I. C. Wilson, box I77ii, vaiicoiivor, U. c.
Lost and Found
1
-J.
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Voter List Stands.
The Courl of Revision met yesterday  fm- Hi.' Ilnnl  scrutiny of
Hi." munioipal voters' list, which
has now been finally passed.
I.inlit's' watohes from n iw until Xmas at special prloes al
Wark's. tf
COAL NOTICE
Christ
er
mas GH
There is more than one article here -,,.,,
ing: that will compel your Inspection *"(
unit iissiii,.
n-iatmaa glv
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
your salection.
Peterion p.i.VK
schaum and calabash, cioar
cases, cigarette cases, ciaar
holders, cigarette Holders
pipe racks, smoking sots'
tobacco jars, ash trays, sil-'
ver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes
$1.00 Up
All  of tha Leading Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, both imported ami domestic,
-STORE   WITH   RED   KRO.NT
H. B. Campbell
���m)0OO0*QO00<
_p8.8i8i8J��8.S^
***.'
THE.
K0UND-2 Small Keya.
22.'.
I.teiuireat Newa Olllce.
tf
LOST l.itelii're' Hand Pag ce.ntainiua* ..tm of
money, between llay. Creek railway -trade and
the old holpltiil.    Reward Dally New. ofllce. tt
-^..^..^ i.'^.i^ii^.i i^i.^^r^^A
Real Estate (
...^ ..^ m m Stmt a m ..-..^i
*,, -> .' "fcM ^e. w.l ^ll ^
Lot for Seil.* In Section .'.. Block 23. Lot I
Apply Mike Ruilch, Box a*! City.
Ave.
. Tth
If
Stenographer
*t <W*��a*M****a*P** ������ *^m��n^i��*��ii ^iwfcn ���
Eastern stenoirra|>hor of wide cxporlrnro wnnts
position. Address "Stenoirraphcr." 6C2 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
Water Notice
I. Alfred Chrlatlan Garde of Prince Rupert, oc-
ruputiiin Mining Engineer, give notice that on the
.'Ml. .lay ol December. Hill, I Inlend lo apply to
the Water Commlaaioner at hla utile*--,  in   Prlnrr
Rupert for a licenae to take and uae two cubic
feel of waler per aec.m.1 from an unnamed atream
In the li.mi i.-i .,1* I*.,, i Range.'.. Skeena Olvlalon.
M mile eaat of the Tyee Station, G.T.P.   Rv.
The water I. lo be taken from the .traun about
��ne half mile above ita ..ullel. and I. lo be   ......
for developing ti.iw.-r for a query altuated at the
outlet of .aid creek, alonir the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Daled Nov. loth. Itll. d-��
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will bo received hy the undersigned un to Dec. 15, 1911, for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
5 ton lots ns required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. K. GKN. Hospital Assoc.
Skeena Land Dlalrlct���Dlalrlct ol IJucen Charlotta
Take nutice that ihirty day. alter date, 1, C. 1:
lia.t.t.r of I'rince Itupert, 11. C, by occupation i.i
bookkeeper, Inlend to apply to the Chiel Com- I <X.I
miaaioner of Land, for a licence to proapect for ' "
eoal and petroleum oo and under i.in atroa ol
land on Graham Island deacribed aa lollow.:
Commencing at a po.1 planted two milea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 16, marked S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. -I. ihence north
SO cbaina, thence weat HO chain., thence ..-uiii K0
chaini, tbence eut: 0 chain, to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. II. 1911.     C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatilct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty day. from date, 1. C. E.
Hauit. r ol Prince Rupert. II. C., by occupation
tKMkkeeper, intend to apply to tba Chief Commiasioner ol Landa for a licence lo preepect for
coal and netruteum on and under 610 acre, ot
otand on Graham laland deacribed aj lolloen):
Commencini at a poet planted two mile, north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaea No. 10, marked N. E.
corner C. E. It. Coal Leaae No. 22, tbence eouth
SO cbairw, thence weet HO chain., thenee north su
chatna, tbence eut HO chain, to plaee ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTKIl. Locator
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ot Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thtity day. Irom dale. 1. C. E
Ilainler ol Prince Itupert, II. C., by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chiel Com-
miaaioner ol Land, lor a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 610 acres ol land
on Graham Island daacribed a. loliovre:
Commencing al a poet planted two mile, north
of C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. II, marked 8. W.
rorner C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 20, ihence north
HO chain., tbenee weat SO ehalna. Ihenee aouth SU
chains, Ih.nee eaat SO chain, te plaee ol commencement.
DatedSept. 11. 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
I'ub. Sepl. 23.
Geo. D. Tite's
l
|
j
Skeena lend Dlalrlct���Dlatrlcl ol Coaat
Take nolice lhal Prank S. tl tiler
store ~..-~..~---.*~..^.���+       .;���
shows the way to furnish your home witli quality ami .,-,., ,.*.,,        !:'{
...
a..
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful tliu*. :i cum. *���{
fortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of *.- ! };;
Dining Room Furniture.   Buffets,  China Cabinet.*.. fjj
Dining Tables and Chairs-leather seats :*���
B
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 8
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or While. (I)
...
Largo range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Portlers, ('.!>��� O
ment Cloths, Madras and Scrim**. Jj!
For Good Values in Carpels and Rugs all sues, Now is Your lime lo Buy �����)
**.*
  .:t
, (3
*ti>
(3
HI
���**
*>*���*
*****
at*
***\
}���{
tJh
GEO. D. TITE  ���  The Home Furnisher
THIRD AVENUE, PHONE ****
���ax it.n,e   f:n:��:n:n:n:��:��:��:n:n:��:fl��j��:n:��:::::::js:
...  ol London.   e.��#.**.**.w.*.e.w.*��e.����.*e*.��#.w.����.-��-r.w.��.-...����.��..
Lng., occupation dvU enfineer. Intend, te apply    _________________________________________________
for permt-aion to purcbaae the lollowinf d��cnb��l                                                                                                     ���
land.: I	
ea.......as-a.
.*i. .-.*. ..i,.*-*.,ii.ii*i
MOTI0I TO CONTRSOTORS.
Teiiilera will li~i'.-..|vi.|| by the under
aiintfil ti|i t.. :, p. ,',, Monil.iy, i-m Deem-
ner. iiiii, rnr the construenon or a niank
roadway mi tlie n..riii -hi. nr rir-i avenue
2t pi'r'.'i' ."nV'c"' **".''''* ani1 "l" J.'ncii.in
or r rst and Second avenue...    r.,,,- ami
s|i.'.'ill.-aiiiiiis iii.iv he  -
lender
Engineer.
Lowest
tcceplod.
seen  .tn.i  r.iriiii. or
l.liiuii'd at lhc omco or tbo City
any  lender not iiecmaarlly
IWINEST   A.  WOODS,
i:n.v Clerk.
WM.   MAHLON   DAVIS.
City I iitm. ,r
Shoe
MADE ANI)
l��##REI*AIREI)
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND AM Nil
princ; tmn
..THIRD AVENUE JEWELI
Stalker & Wells
Corner Second Ave.    ���    and    -    McBride Street
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in some hlock.
Two cntlftgef con.er Second Avenue nnd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots In all pnrts ot the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ot the Inrgest Companies doing business in the City.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tranafer Agenla
Ordera promptly tilled.   Price, reeaonablo.
OFFICE-H. B. Rocheater. Centre St.    Phone Sn
Fine View Corner
1 SECTION  TW
$2,250
-IN SECTION  TWO���
C. D. RAND
Second A v.. Phone 112
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 16, Block 28, Section 5
. i.mmrnrinj at a poet pl.nled al the N. I:
Corner of I_i 28, Ihence nortb 20 chaina, Ihenee
wnt 20 chaina, tbeoee oouth 20 chaina, Ihence
ea.1 20 chain, to point ol commencement, eon-
lainint 10 acre, more or lee..
Dsted Auiuet 16, 1911. FRANK .1. MILLER
I'ub. Aug. _n P. II. MUler. A-rent
Skeena Land Dblrfct���Din rict ol Quxr> Charlotu
Take notice lhal thirty dan Irom dale, I. t *. I .
Ilainler ol Prince Rupen. II. 0. by ocrup.lior.
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chiel Commiaaioner ol I ..tut. for a Lleenee to prospect tor
coal and petroleum oo end under 640 acre, ol
land on Graham Inland described u lollow.:
Commencini at a poet planted two mile, north
ol C. E. B. Coal Iram No. 12, marked N. W '
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. IS, thenee couth
SO chains. Ihence eesl SO chaina, theoce north so
chaina. Ihence mat HO chain, to place ol eom-
meneemenL
D.ted .Sept. II, I91L    C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
l-ub. Sept. ti.
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors
Manicure Sets
C. H. ORME
Military Brushes
Perfumes
Travelling Cat
Toilet tt. *
The
The Pioneer Dn
Store
The Paper
for
Your Home!
���-���
THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
Kgiyes you all the news of your own city and district as well as the principal hapiieninjra
in all parts of the world. The news is well edited, its news columns are clean and whole-
some. It is a paper yo<i need in your home. The advertising cqjumns of the News bring
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value tor your money. ::'.'*
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupart, B.C.
THE ATHENS-New Barber Shop
Try  ua nnee and you
will ni
alwaya come hack
DENNIS SV0R0N0S
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
+-��_-_..-
In Commercial Printing
we have A large tlock of
S*��i
We handle Rl.nl, ledger
Forma   for   Looae
Leaf Sy.lem
, ��^.~������.e^.'^.'��".mm* ��� "        ������-
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
JlEOgcjgtyjgintins. we ensure correctness of style and taste in Visiting Chrds^Weddini:
InjM^qnjjnd^Dance Programmes. For any kind of printing from thc luiiiilileJModger"
tojhe highest grades of mujtlgojr-r printing consult thu "News Job"      :      :      ?     J
Daily News Building
PHONE   98
Third Ave
PHONE   98
��*.
: " *3r_~Tfel��H^ "'"' ���

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.princero.1-0227843/manifest

Comment

Related Items