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Array THE  WEATHER
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Formerly The^PrincejRupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 267
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, November 22, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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Cm.
CHINESE MISSIONARIES
ARE FOULLY MURDERED
(Canadian Tress Despatch.)
Pekin, Nov. 22-The killing of
foreigners at Sian Fu has been
further confirmed by Chinese
students arriving from -there.
They say that during the fighting a city mob attacked the
China Inland Mission outside the
city and murdered Mrs. Breck-
nian.   an  American  missionary
and five of the Mission children.
Mr. Breckman escaped with
wounds. The surviving foreigners are being sheltered by the
Chinese Christians.
Now is the time to get Xmas
cards for friends oversea. Your
every wish can be supplied at
McRae Bros.
NEW STEAMER "PRINCESS SOPHIA"
WILL BE PUT ON THE ISLAND RUN
The new steamer 'Princess
Sophia', which the C. P. R.
is having built at Bow Mc-
Lachlan's yards at Paisley,
Scotland,for the Queen Charlotte, run was launched last
week. She is expected to
make her maiden trip in the
first week of April. In appearance she much resembles
the Princess May. Her
length is 245 feet., 44 foot
beam, and 1,200 tonnage.
She will have oil burners and
make 14 knots an hour.
As a passenger vessel the
Princess Sophia will be one
of the best in the northern
trade. She will have 80
staterooms opening on deck
and seating arrangements
for 108 passengers. There
will be accommodation for
150 second class passengers
aft on the main deck and
special apartments on the
orlop deck forward for Orientals.
HON. A.G. MACKAY
GETS NOMINATED
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Owen Sound, Nov. 22.���
Hon. A. G. Mackay, who recently resigned the leadership of the Liberal party in
Ontario, has been again given the unanimous nomination for North Grey.
Dr. W. A. Henderson has
been given the Liberal nomination at West Lambton to
oppose Provincial Secretary
W. J. Hanna at the Ontario
elections on Dec. 11th.
CAPT. DAN LINDEBURG IS ONE OF
THE BEST SEAMEN ON THE COAST
The stranding of the launch
Independence at Halibut Bay the
other day is an example of the
trying conditions under which
seafaring work is done on the
coast here during the winter.
Dan Lindeberg, the owner of
the launch, waa one of the very
best seamen on the coast. He
has been in these parts for fully
five years or more. He built the
launch at Port Simpson in 1907,
and has sailed her a grcat deal.
The boat is 30 feet long  and
built to sail as well as her gasoline auxiliary drives her.
Before regular steamers were
running up to Stewart and Port
Simpson Mr. Lindberg did a
good deal of work ferrying pas-
fsengers in his boat This is the
first time he has had a mishap,
and the reason for the trouble in
this case is said to be the excep-
severity of the squall which
caught the boat. Navigation of
the waters around Prince Rupert
is no child's play as launch owners here know.
V.C. HERO HELD
AS A SUSPECT
BANK REWARDS
LUCKY FINDERS
Anxious to Fight
Victoria, Nov. 22���At the annual banquet of the British Campaigners Association here strong
pleas were made to prepare for
the defence of British Columbia.
IMMIGRANTS ARE
COMING IN FAST
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Ottawa, Nov. 22���During seven
months of 1911 a total of 265,833
immigrants arrived in Canada.
172,260 were from Europe, and
93,973 from the States. In the
period of 1910 the total was 227.-
805, being 142,529 from Europe
and 85,276 from the States.
MORE MINERS
FROM GOOSE BAY
Inclement weather and snowfall are retarding development
work at Goose Bay mines. The
G.T.P. s.s, Prince Albert brought
seventy-seven men from
last night.    The men
WOULD ABOLISH
WARD SYSTEM
The Victoria Trades and
Labor Council has passed a
resolution favoring the abolishing of the ward system
and has sent a request to
the Victoria City Council
asking that they submit a
referendum to the people at
the coming municipal election dealing with the abolition of the ward system of
voting.
that they were laid off eleven
days ago, but could not get transportation and had to board themselves. This is the main grievance at Goose Bay.
Col. Sam to the Rescue
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Victoria,   Nov.   22-Col.  Sam
there Hughes, Minister of Militia,  has
complain j promised to use his influence to
secure the cancellation   of
lease of Deadman's Island.
the
Ladies' Home Journal patterns. Wallace's.
GOVERNMENT WILL NOT
GO ON WITH THE NA VY
(Canadian   Press  Despalcli.)
Ottawa, Nov. 22 - Following
Premier Borden's intimation yesterday that the people of Canada
will have the naval question submitted   to   them,   Hon,   J.   D.
ment to spend over eleven million dollars in six years to construct four cruisers and six destroyers would not be accepted.
He said the whole question from
first to last will be taken up with
the British Admiralty and a plan
Hazen, Minister of Marine stated announced later that will appeal
in the House today that the to the interests of Canada and
tenders offered the late Govern- the Empire as well.
CAPT. WALBURN IS AN AUTHORITY
ON THE BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST
Captain Walburn who has
taken charge of the Dominion Govt. S.S. Quadra, light-
New Westminster, Nov. 22���A
reward of ten per cent, has been
paid by the bank of Montreal to
the six workmen who found $24.-
370 of stolen money recently.
Each man gets a little over $400.
i sp.-e i.iI lo Dally News 1
San Francisco, Nov. 22-John
R. Swat^ who won the Victoria
Cross in the South African war,
and who has received presentations here for life saving, is under arrest.   He is thought to be
wanted for murder in Bloemfon-i pap CTCAMFR IS
tain.   A charge of cruelty in con- Dill J>j JA������ ��
nection with his children led to
his arrest, and a search through
his papers led to his connection
with the fugitive from Blocmfon-
tain.
MAY NOT PRESS CHARGE
Friend* of George Alexander'*
Are Anxious to Give the
Young Man a Chance and
Are Recovering the Diamond
Ring.
George Alexander, the young
man who got into trouble yesterday over his handling of a
diamond ring valued at some
$175 and the property of 3, S.
Gray, Jeweller. Sixth street, is
likely to be released from his
position under arrest. A few
good friends of his have got together and planned that by the
recovery of the missing ring.
Which can be located easily
enough. By its return to Mr.
Gray, the trouble for George can
be got over. Mr. Gray was not
desirous of pressing the charge
against the young man.
ON THE ROCKS
Jit (Haxtiiiui lay, the father of printing
toiled over his types, setting each single
letter by hand.
lEi.iUui, the expert compositor with the latest form multiple type-setting machine--
the kind the News is having installed--
sits on a stool in front of his complicated machine and by pressing on his keyboard commands a range of five hundred
and forty types.
Whxt, fc. a few days, while effecting the
change, the News will have to fall back
on the Caxton method of hand set type.
It will be a novel newspaper. It will
have all the local stories and the news
of the world, as usual, but compressed
into tabloid form.
iJbr present and succeeding copies of the
News will be well worth treasuring
among your keepsakes of the evolution
of Prince Rupert.
every island and point on the
coast. This work took some
eighteen months or two
house and buoy tender for | years to prepare, the Captain
this coast, had command of being continuouslv engaged
the Quadra previous to 1002 ;on it at Victoria/ It is In-
when he was tra^s en;ed to erestj Q note ^ three
the Marine and F.shenesDe-1 oftheisfelan(l3 .     R.
partment He knows this ers -^ are JJJd _fte_
coast better than most men memhm q{ c in w���.,
navigating it, and was the burn>s fami,
author of the official work 	
published giving the names. See Howe & .McNulty for the
and origins of the names of I famous Kootenay Ranges.
ARE TRYING HARD TO GET WORK
STARTED ON WOODWORTH SCHEME
The City Council is working
overtime these days trying to
get some work started on the
Woodworth Lake scheme. Excavations for the pipe line within
the city limits are necessary. In
a few days Col. Davis expects to
be ready to call for tenders on
this work. The Acropolis Hill
reservoir, which but for absurd
interference would have lieen
completed years ago, can be recommenced shortly, and there is
the blasting out of the Shawatlans Lake natural rock shelf at
its outflow to the passage. This
latter work also requires Government sanction, which it is hoped
may lie obtained swiftly and
without hitch. A meeting of the
cauncil is called for Thursday.
New Fish Sheds
To cope with increasing business in their fish trade with
Vancouver, the company operating the Trawler Kingsway has
commended the erection of a new
fish shetl on the Davis wharf
where the Kingsway berths.
K'nnnilinn Pros Despatch.)
New York, Nov. 22.-The
passenger steamer Prinz
Joachin, which sailed for
Jamaica, is reported on the
rocks two hundred miles
north of Hayti. She carried
a large number of excursionists.   No details are avail-
��bieyet.        LONDON SUFFRAGETTES WAGE
Reciprocity Not Dead
ll-anadlaii ***** Dm****.)
Ottawa,   Nov.   22  Several of
the  leading   Liberal   members ^       stoned the Windows of the Liberal Club,  the Public Offices, the Post Office
here have expressed their belief Bank ^ England   Worst Riot of Recent Years-223 Arrests Made
that Reciprocity is not a dead is*
PRINCE RUPERT       NO DAMAGE WAS
WASN0T LATE   DONE LAST NIGHT
Three hours tote in leaving Prom an early hour yester-
Vancouver according to offi- j day evening the wind and
cial report, and likely to be rainstorm increased in viol-
still longer delayed by stress ence until exposed residences
of weather on her way north' trembled in the gale. This
the S.S. Prince Rupert kept morning a heavy sea was
on schedule time, reaching running on the opposite side
port before noon today. of the harbor, but the hills
behind the townsite have so
effectually sheltered the wa-
ASK FOR HELP ,to,'fron-t that P�� (lamap ha,s
been  done  there,    though
news of wrecks was quite
MINING MEN
sue.
From England   new shipment of ladies' rain coats.    Wallace's.
(Special I" Hally News.)
London, Nov.  22. - The
A Good Move worst riot that London has
Aid. Hilditch has taken up res- ^^ fo��� gom���  yearg  took
IdwCS next door to thei News __. ht       ft wag
office and give, promise of a good  ^^ by the suffragettes.
neighbor^^_____ ^ took *m  policemen to
Don't vou  forget  the regular _ueU the disorder.     In con-
weekly Dance tomorrow night in se(1-,ence, 320 female and ��
(Cnnn.llan  Press llespnl. li l
Nelson,    Nov.    22.   The existed.	
Mining Convention has pass- Kingsway Faced Gale
ed resolutions asking the j���st i^md the Prince Rupert
Federal Government to ap-, today the trawler Kingsway
point a commission to invest- st-oamed into harbor washed from
igate the silver, lead and j 8U'm ,,>9torn b-v th*-' spray last
zinc industry, and to (Kate "g*; Captain Brown's remark
*"_, .. , . 'that it was fine fishing weather
a separate portfolio of mines | out8jde may be taken as just a
r> a rTf c   Ar^ ata rcn   i onn r.r\i j^r*\io be heId w ��� Minister who 8hll(le ironica|.
BA TTLE A GAINS I   1800 POLICE\ will devote his entire time to
Ithe Work. Bring Your Pur*e��
A nice variety of candies and
Princess Pat Coming isome   other   good   things were
Montreal, Nov. 22-News has | left over from the sale of work
in UlS Presbyterian church yesterday. These will be put on
sale tonight on the occasion of
great Council vs. Commission
debate.
,he Mclntyre Hall.     Best fl���
and music in town- Come and
M    Gent's S1.00. iad.es free.
male suffragists are now in
custody.
The riot started when the
demonstrators tried to storm
the House of Commons which
was in session. Having failed to gain an entrance to the
House they turned their attention to smashing the windows of the public offices,the
Liberal headquarters, the
National Liberal Club, the
post office an dthe Bank of
England.      They   were   ac-j been received here that Princess
companied by a gang of male 'Patricia of Connaught will leave
rowdies, armed as well as i England to join her parents in
the women with large stones. ('���-���������-���������'"���' >'������������>������*���������* i-��
Several of the women
injured.     The  battle
fierce but short.
were
was
New chinaware hundred., of pretty
cups and saucers 1 '..'.��� i.r to $,r>.00 each.
Wallace's. The ring was
Pantorium PlonMf CImmts, Thonc 4. Gray.
Diamond Ring Case
The charge against George
Alexander of having obtained a
diamond ring from J, S. Gray,
jeweller,  was today dismissed.
Don't Buy Coal
Wait! The first week in December tho Westholme Lumber
Company,   Limited,   will  begin
returned to Mr. (selling Ladysmith Coal for $8.60
, per ton, delivered. THE DAILY NEWS
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A waiter interrupted their Joyous
.���han. i- iU lis IiIkIichI. He bent over
Mr.   Traill  and  discreetly   conveyed
I.,111,'   COIIIllllllll, UllOll.
"I am delighted," cried the million-.
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Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Nov. 22
THE TRUNK SEWER BY-LAW
In their forthcoming public statement about the trunk
sewer scheme the Board of Public Works should make it
clear that the resolution moved on Monday night is not
binding on any future council. All that is binding is contained in the by-law, which makes the sewer terminate at
manhole 28, some 600 feet above the Hay's Creek bridge.
The extension sewer mentioned in the resolution will
have to be made the object of special expenditure by a future council.
To make the extension sewer part of the scheme, would
mean a new by-law and two or three week's delay, and
would take the letting of the contracts for the trunk sewer
out of the present council's hands, and place it in the hands
of the council who will have the carrying out of the scheme.
TABLOID EDITORIALS
The Empire was badly scooped yesterday,
a line about the new morning newspaper.
It had not
The hardware dealers of the city have arranged to
close every evening except Saturday at 6 o'clock. Why
not the boot stores, the groceries, the dry goods houses, etc.
Trade would go on just the same, and we'd all have a
chance to get to know each other this winter. It's a good
idea. Get busy, you boot dealers, grocers, etc.
Who says Aid. Newton is lacking in a sense of humor.
Notice how he published Aid. Clayton's letter about his
"political martyrdom"  alongside "The Land of Great Sor
rows.
IS Commission Government Better ^
Hian tbe Old-style City Council   ���
A   PUBLIC    DEBATE
on the above question will be held in tlie Presbyterian Church
Wednesday Evening at  8   o'clock
Mr.   J. S. Cowper, Editor of the Daily News will
take  the  affirmative.
Ex-Alderman W. P. Lynch will take the negative.
This is an grand opportunity to hear this great question discussed
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explained, "Hint  Mr. llrand is ashore,
itnil lias come io see us."
Mrs. Vnnsl'.tart stifled the cry on
lur lips. The slight color which had
crept Into her pale cheeks yielded lo
lhe deathly hue. ll chanced that Ihe
Libera were looking expectantly to*
winds lhe door nnd did not notice her.
llrand entered, lu ncknowleduiiiK
Mr. Traill's cordial welcome he smilingly explained his presence.
".My superiors sent mu emphatic
orders (o clear out." he said, "so I
had no opllon but to oh.'y. I conveyed
Mr. Emmett to suitable .piaM.-i's mid
hastened home, bui found that the
girls were playing truant. My house-
keeiK-r InslHied iluii I Hluuld eal. elite
she would not be satlstled lhal I Mill
lived, but I came here as quickly as
possible.'
At that Instant his tilance. IraveliiiK
from one to unolher of ihos.. pri suit,
fell on Mrs. Vanslttnri.
He stood as one petrified. The
kindly words of his host, the outspoken glee of the girl* at his appearance, died away In his ears Iu hollow
echoe*. His eyes, frowning beneath
wrinkled brows, seem to ask If he
wero i.r'i the victim of soma unnerving
hallucination. They were fixed on
Mrs. Vanslttart's face with au all
absorbing Intensity, and his set lips
tnd clenched hands showed how utterly Irreslsilble was the knowledge that
Indeed, he was not de.clved���that lie
was gazing ai a living, breathing per
sodality, and nol nt some phantom product of a surcharged brain.
She, too, yleldlUR before the suddenness of au ordeal she had striven
to avoid, betrayed by her laboring bosom lhal she was under Ihe spell of
some excitement of overwhelming
power.
She iiiamii:, ,1 to gain her feet. The
consciousness that Constance, Enid
I.ndy Margaret even, were looking at
her ami at llrand wiih amazed ntix-
lety, served to strengthen ber for a
supreme effort
"Mr. Stephen Brand���and I���are old
acquaintances," she gasped. "He
may misunderstand ��� my presence
here���to-night. Indeed���ln this Instance���I am not to blame. I could
not���help myself. I am always���trying lo explain���but somehow���I never
succeed.    Oh"'
Wllh an ngonlzed sigh she swayed
listlessly and would have falen had
not Pyne cm ght her.
Hm she was desperately determined
nol to faint���there. This was ber
world, (he world of society. Sbe
would nol yield In lis presence.
Her eyes wandered vaguely, helplessly, from ihe face of ihe man to-
warda the olher*. Constance had hastened to her assistance, and the knew
ledge lhat litis was so seemed to stimuli!'<��� her lo a higher degree.   With fine
I courage  she  grasped  the  back  of a
chair and summoned a wan smile to
her aid
"You   will   forgive   me���If I leave
1 you," she murmured.   "I am so tired
so very tired."
She walked resolutely toward* th*
door. lira-id drew aside that ah*
might pass. He looked at her no more.
Ills wondering daughter saw that big
drops   of   (K-rsplratlon  stood on  hi*
. for In   d
Mr. Tt-nlll. no led astonished than
' ihe .. ���. offered to conduct Mr*. Van-
slllarl  to her room
"Xo." she said, "I will go alone. I
am  used   lo  ll  now, after   *o many
, years.
There wns n ring of heartfelt bluer
nrss In li'.r voice which appealed to
, more ihnu one of the silent listener*
Ah    the    door    closed  behind  her,
' Hu.i.,I seemed lo recover hi* lenses.
"I un.s. ask your pardon, Mr,
TriiHI.'' he said, quietly. "I assume
lhat lhc liiily who has just left us did
net expect to see me here tonight
Il would he idle lo deny that the meet-
Ing ..ii- a shock to both of us. It re-
\lve d painful memories."
i     Mr. Traill, scarce knowing what be
' said, sn lukcu nl.ack was he, exclaim*
. ,>! hastily:
"Mrs. Vnnslltarl claimed you as an
i,Id ncq.iali.ifli.ee. The odd thing 1*
thai you. at any rate, did not discover
dial fact earlier.
The llghllioiisekeeper looked round
lhc Inhle. He saw pain In many eyes,
but  In   Pync's steady gaze there  was
- elieoiirng.'i.i'.nl.
"Mrs. Vanslttart!" hc said slowly
"Is Hint her name? I did not know.
How should I, the recluse, hear of her?
And In yonr first message to the rock
you call, d hi r Ktla.   When I knew her
[ her niune  was Nanette, for the lady
who calls herself Mrs. Vunslltart was
my wife. Is yel for aught I know to
lhe contrary."
"Father!"    Constance clung to him
i in  utmost  agitation,    "bo you mean
lhat she Is my mother?"
"Ves, dear one, she Is.    Dut let us
i go now. I f- ar my home-coming has
brought misery In Its train. I am
sorry indeed. It was wholly unexpe ������
ted.     Poor   Nanette!     She   ever  d ���
| celved herself. I suppose she hoped
to avoid mc. as If fate forgot the (can
I In the comedy of life."
"Can I not go to her?" asked Con-
' stance white-faced and trembling.
"No, my child, you cannot. Hns
���he claimed you? She cast you off
once. I might have forgiven her many
things���never that. Come, Enid!
What need for your tear*? We faced
worse troubles together three days
ago, and you, at any rate, can look for*
ward to happiness. Qood-by, Lady
Margaret, and you, too, Mr. Traill. I
will see you to-morrow, I hope.   For.
gve me for my unconscious share In
1* night'* suffering."
CHAPTER XVII.
MRS. VANSITTART QOES HOME
Stephen llrand and the two girls'
passed silently down the broad stairs
Of the hotel unaccompanied by anv nil
the others. There was nothing Incomprehensible In this, nor any savor ot
discourtesy.
ln tho first place, Mr. Traill was so
profoundly allocked by tho llghtbOUIW
keeper, revelation that lie collap��ed
Into a chair and remained there, bowed and wordless, for tunny minutes,
Roth Pyne and Stanhope did move lo.
wards the door, but Enid, watchful,
self-sacrificing, eager to save thoso
she loved from further pain, telegraph-
id an omphalic order to Stanhope to
remain where he was, and I'yne murmured to him:
"dues* she's right, anyhow. We'll
ill feel a heap better In the morning."
The person who exhibited the clear
���st signs of distress was Lady Margaret. Her poaitlon wa* one of extraordinary difficulty. Three of the actors in Hie breath less scene which had
been sprung on her with the suddenness of an explosion were absolute
cl rangers in her life before that evening.
Urand she knew, Indeed, but only by
sight. She had met Constance and
Knld occasionally, at arm's length, so
lo speak, regarding them truly as dangerous young persons where marriageable sons were concerned. Knld had
Justified her suspicions, and her ladyship had yielded so far as to give her
approval (o an engagement Bhe could
not prevent.
Circumstances had conspired to
force her hand. Stanhope, being an
outspoken young man, had made no
secret of his desperate resolve to rescue Enid, so the newspapers supplied
the remainder of the romance, and
even Lady Margaret herself had contributed to It under the magnetic influence of the hour.
It was ono thing, however, to be
thrilled with the adventures of the
rock-bound people, but quite another
to figure prominently In connection
with a social scandal of tbe firsl magnitude. She knew Penzance too well
(o hope that the Incident would sink
Into oblivion. Ohviously, tbe matter
could not rest In IU present stage.
She must expect disagreeable disclosures, significant head -.-bakings of
ihos.' who knew little ana wanted to
know more. All the tea-table artillery ot a small town would be focused
on her defensive position were she
loyal to the girl whom her son had
chosen as his helpmate.
This same son, too, after he had recovered from iho amazement of Mrs.
Vansiltart'a dramatic departure and
Hum,is admission, betrayed a composure that was distinctly Irritating.
"You won't mind If we smoke, mother," he win I. "The situation require*
tobacco. Don't you feel like that,
Pyne?"
"If Lady Margaret doesn't object, I
admit thai different sorts of poison
might act as tonics," answered Pyne.
"Here, uncle, try a brandy and soda.
1 ail. Margaret, a glass of champagne.
I've been expecting a disturbance, but
didn't look for lt to-night."
"Why do you say that. Charlie?"
asked Mr. Traill, rising and stretching
his limbs as a man who tests his bone*
after a heavy fall.
"It waa hanging around, Just as one
prophesies a siorm after an electrical
feeling in the air. Mrs. Vanslttart recognized Urnnd, and made her calcu-
latlona accordingly. Lei us give her
lhe credit Sue to her. ��� As soon as she
discovered him, the marriage project
was off."
"I had that kind of Impression myself.   (Had I mentioned It to you, now."
"Of course you aro. I'll bet any reasonable sum that Mrs. Vanslttart Intended to leave I'enzance to-morrow
as soon aa she had made you understand (hat she could not, under any
circumstances, become my aunt."
A ghost of a smile flitted across Mr.
Traill's face. His nephew's way of
pulling things was delightfully unequivocal.
"What we arc apt to lose light of,"
continued I'yne, "I* Hie manner ln
which Brand received what must have
been a Daggering blow. He met his
wife to-nlght afler a separation of
more than twenty year*. And how he
look II! When hc spoke*. It was really
In her behalf. Thc thing la too amazing. Of course, now that the thunder
and lightning have started, the sky
will clear all the sooner."
"Unhappily, such affairs do not arrange themselves so readily," snapped
Lady Margaret. She was becoming
more angry with each wave of reflection. "Young men like you do not
realize the effect of auch���such unpleasant exposures on family life.
How will the early history of her parents aiieet tbe future of Constance
Hi innl '   As for lhe other girl���"
Her ladyship threw up her bands In
helpless abandonment. To her mind,
(he adoption of i���,nr Raid, the Bea-
*..ail. assumed a darker appearance
now ihnl Miami's matrimonial adventures i,v, al, ,l sinister features.
.in, k  Stanhope .aught  her by  the
:-.*,<> I.!. I, -1*.
"Mother," hc cried, "before you say
another word let me tell you something you ought lo know. Enid ls Mr.
Trni11 s daughter!"
Now this good woman loved her son
dearly. All her thoughts were of him
and for him. Her look of blank Incredulity yieldid to the confirmation
she saw writ on all three faces.
She burst Into (ears.
"Apparently I am the last person to
be taken Into anybody's confidence,'
she sobbed.
"Madam," said Mr. Traill, bending
over her, "in this Instance, at least,
you have no cause to feel aggrieved.
Neither the girl herself, nor her sister by adoption, nor Mrs. Vanslttart,
to whom, until the past half-hour, I
considered myself to be engaged, Is
aware of the undoubted fact which
your son has just told you. Let me say
that I, as her father, am proud to
think she has won tbe affection* of
such a man as Stanhope. There Is no
reason why you, his mother, should
not be equally satisfied with the pedigree and prospects of my daughter."
HI* calm assumption of a rank
equal If not superior to her own was
convincing to a woman of her temperament. Assuredly that evening was a
memorable one to her ladyship. The
repose of Vere de Vere was rudely
shocked for once. Nevertheless, the
knowledge that her lifelong ambition
had boen realized In a way little
dreamed of by any of those moat concerned was In Itself consoling. Mr.
Traill, quite unconsciously, loomed
large In the social eye of Penzance,
and the widowed lady had not been so
long withdrawn from the wealth-worshiping world of London as to bo
wholly unleavened with the worship
pf the golden calf.
So It waa with qulokened Interest
that she set herself to listen to the
story of Enid's parentage, and, If her
fear of local gossip-monger* shrank as
ber perception of Mold's real so- ia!
bohi_U.ii Increased, much may be for
liven to tne motherly sentiment Hint
po wife can be too good tor an excellent ion.
Meanwhile Brand and the sorrow-
laden glrlB, ushered by obsequtou* servants lo the entrance-hall, were constrained to comfort themselves with
true Drltish phlegm ln view of the Interest caused by their appearance.
The hour was not late, about half-
past nine. Even whilst the hall porter
was aumimnlug a cab the new*
spread, wltbin and without that the
lighthouse-keeper and his daughters,
whose exploits filled the minds of all
men, were standing near the door.
Several people, complete stranger*,
came to them and offered warm congratulations. A smart Journalist
pressed forward and wove hll own
complimentary utterances int. an in*
tervlew. A crowd gat heron quickly on
the pavement. Policemen, those mar
shalla of every English demonstration,
cleared a path for them through the
throng. So, with smiling words on
their lips and anguish in their hearts,
tbey made a triumphal exit. How
little could the friendly enthusiasts
who cheered them realize that these
three had been atrophied by the
deadly malevolence of fate in the very
hour when a great achievement had
ended happily.
Enid Buffered almost as keenly a*
Brand and hla daughter. Their joya
and sorrows were hers. The startling
nature of Brand's avowal rendered it
difficult for either Enid or Constance
to piece together certain fragmentary
memories of Mrs. Vanslttart's odd behavior during her enforced sojourn on
the rock. So thoroughly had she shattered those dimly outlined Impressions
by the quietly vivacious charm of ber
manner at dinner that they both experienced a Jumble of sensations. A
terrified woman, In wet and torn
clothing, cowering ln the gaunt Inter
lor of a Btorm-glrt lighthouse, ls a very
different being when attired in expensive garments and Burroundcd by the
luxuries of a first-class hotel.
It was a relief to drive to their cot
tage in silence, yet, so easily moulded
I Is our human clay, it was a greater
[ relief when the tension of the noisy
rattle of tbe cab was relaxed.   It cost
some effort to assure Mrs. Sheppard,
a buxom,   motherly soul of sixty or
, thereabouts, tbat tbey could not poa-
I slbly eat any supper.   Tbe effort wa*
{ forthcoming.   They pleaded weariness,
and at last they were alone.
Constance knelt by her father's sld*
when he dropped listlessly Into the
armchair placed ln hi* accustomed
corner.
"Now, dad," ahe said, bravely unemotional, "there will be no more tear*.
Tell me all that I ought to know."
Knld drew a hassock to bis feet and
seated herself there, clasping her
hands about her knees,
"Whatever she did I am sorry foi
her," said the girl decisively. "And
she cannot have been a really bad
woman, dad, or you would not have
loved her once."
llrand sighed deeply. His strong
will had deserted him for a little
while. He shrank from the ordeal be*
fore htm. Why should he be called od
to sully thc mirror of hts daughter'*
Innocence by revealing to her the dis*
graee of her mother?
Constance caught something of the
dread in his soul.
"Don't tell me If It hurts you, dad.
I am content to bear more than I have
borne to-night if lt lessens your sufferings," she whispered.
He placed au arm around each ol
them.
"It Is God's will," he said, "that 1
should have to face many trials at ���
period when I expected nothing but
some few yeara of quiet happiness."
"Nothing in this world can part ul
from you," snid Constance.
"Oh, nothing," agreed Enid solemnly nestling closer. Her earnestness
was helpful.    He smiled wistfully.
"You forget, Enid, that there is ���
grave chance of you, at auy rate,
leaving me for another," he said.
She blushed.
"That Is tho worst of girls getting
married," she protested. "They ar*
supposed to be delighted because they
are going to live with Btrange people.
Girls who are of that mind cannot lis
happy at home. If I thought that being married to Jack implied separation
from you and Constance���"
"You would give blm up and weep
your eyes out." He pressed ber pout-
Ing lips together as he went on:
"Now, my dear ones, I wish both of
you to be prepared for very unexpected changes. Two most Important
events ln your lives have taken plac*
within a few ho-irs. Constance, If you
eaw your mother to-night, Enid also
saw her father. I have known for two
days that Enid's father Is Mr. Traill."
Por an Instant, lt must be confessed,
Constance and Enid alike feared that
the mental and physical attain he had
undergone bad temporarily deranged
him. It wai not sheer incredulity but
real terror he saw In their eyes. Some
how, their self-effacement ln his behalf touched blm more keenly than
anything else bad done during this
troubled period.
He bowed his head. A strong man
in agony cannot endure the scrutiny
of loving eye*.
"Enid," he said brokenly, "my wordi
to you must be few. Good fortuns
needs but slight explanation. Th*
proofs of my itatement I do not possess, but Mr. Traill's letter to mi
could not have been written by such *
man If he were not sure of bi* fact*,
Here It Is.   Read It aloud."
He handed ber her father's plain-
spoken communication. Constance
Incapable ot deeper depths of amaze,
ment than those now probed, lookot)
over her sister's shoulder. Togethel
they deciphered the somewhat dlffl
cult handwriting of a man whose chiel
task for years had been to sign hit
name.
This drawback was good ln Its re
suit. They persevered steadily to th*
end. Then Enid, the comforter, brok*
down herself.
"It cannot be true, dad," she cne-i
"I have been one of your daughters all
my life. Why should I be taken from
you now?"
"I believe it Is quite true," sal-J
Brand quietly and the need there wai
to console her was beneficial to him
self. "Mr. Traill speaks of proof*
You have met him. I exchanged bare
ly a word, a glance, with him, but 11
I* not believable that be would raak*
these solomii statements without Hi*
molt undeniable testimony."
"Indeed, Enid," murmured Con
stance, "It sounds like the truth, els)
he would never have spoken so defl
nltely of my father'i claim on youi
affectlona."
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(NOTARY PUBLIC)
V. K. 0. GAIIBU
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It is the nearest business
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of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops the
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in Nanaimo. The pupils
are away from the distractions of the larger'cities   ���
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Townsite at Hazelton
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Townsite at Hazelton is situated on
Lot 851, as per above plan. It will be registered as SOUTH HAZELTON and it is the intention of the company to build a station on this
townsite in the spring of 1912.
There will be no station at Ellison,���one mile west.
Purchasers  of lots  at Ellison will be  fully protected.
Surveys are completed and plans will be published just as soon
as  the  government  makes selections  of lots.
The Land Commissioner of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway will
issue  all  agreements and deeds.
H-sTir-  to the public.
The Grand Trunk Pacific Townsite ot South Hazelton
is situated on Lot 851. and it is the intention of the
Company to buxld a station on  thus Townsate in the
Spring of 1912.
land  Commissioner.
Wannipeff,
Mov. 6th. 1911
���Ct. U. Ryley-
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Grand    Trunk   Pacific   ^ij^j^^^
. ITEMS OF.
, SPORTl ���
Till': Itld FIGHT
From many angles the biggest
fight lhal has taken place In Kngland
in years will he ihat between Jem
Driscoll, Bngllih featherweight champion, and Owen Moran, it is to be
held December *: at Birmingham,
Moran1* native illy, and preparations
are being made fur the battle upon
much the same scale ns for a world's
championship affair 111 the Stales.
And In one rasped at least the two
will be very much alike. Kxchanges
say the men In charge of the Drls-
coll-Moran ufralr are having tickets
printed that arc thu exact replica of
those for the Johnson-Jeffries mill.
Nothing of that sort bns ever been
Been in Kngland. There will be accommodation for something over 17,-
000, and the price sale of seats will
run all the way from five shillings to
five gulnens, the latter being, of
course, the price for the choicest box
ond rlngsldo seats. The building Itself will be 260 feet long by Just
about one-half that width. Although
the boxers are to make weight lhe
affair Is not for any line. Driscoll
has already gone Into active training. The featherweight champion Is,
as usual, ut Cardiff, while Owen Moran Is quartered Rt Malvern.
The bout is to be referced by Eugene Corri, und Curri'a very pres*
ctice ln the ring will give It any lone
It might otherwise lack through be
Ing staged oulside of London nnd
lhe National Sporting Club.
I.OIIII  IIKKIIV AS  -iVIXM'.ll
Kngllsh sporting pnperB to hand by
yesterday's mall .ontnln u stalstlcal
table of thc winning breeders, own
crB, trainers and Jockeys on the turf,
complied from .March *>0 to Novcm
ber 3, inclusive. Lord Derby heads
the list of winning owners (his totnl
winnings amounting to ��41,460. During the scusoii his nine horses won
twenty-eight big events. J. II. Joel,
owner of the Derby winner this year.
Is second with winnings aggregating
��34.61-9. Mr. Joel entered seventeen horses during the season nnd
won thirty-five races. Lord Derby
and Mr. Joel arc the only owners
who won nbove ��10,000 during the
season. Mr. Joel leads among winning breeders, while the leading
trainer was Hon. U. I .amhi.m F.
Woolen was the leading Jockey, wiih
a percentage of I6.S9. He had 68..
in,,iin;- during (he season. Ills record shows 171 firsts, i:tG seconds,
112 thirds nnd 260 unplaced. Mr.
Kalrie. who led lhc list of winning
owners Inst year. Is fourth on (he
list this year, his winnings during
lhc season aggregating ��!>,60". Third J
place on (he list Is occupied by C. K
Howard, who won ��10.014.
G LP. Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert
Kor
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8 a.m.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For I'ort Simpson   Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 I'. M.
For Masset  and Naden  Harbor every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencing November 9th.
For   Skidegate,   Jewday,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   1'.   M.
Commencing November 2nd.
W   L, BARKER
Architect
Second uven.ie und Third street
Over Westenhaver BroB.' Office.
II. Gurelnn Munro
W. Nii-Ii.-Is.,i. l.iiile'y
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &
STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS
:- m inputs
l.aw-Hutler Building
Phone No.
28b
I'rince Kut.erl
P.O. Box 351
Railway service to Vanarsdol, mixed
trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Sat unlays 1 P. M., returning
Thursdays and Sundays 4 P. M.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steam -hip bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from thc oflice of
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Saturday, November 18th. al 9 a-in.
For Victoria. Vancouver ��n.| Seul.
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CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notahies, Etc.
oil!,-,-   l:..-!,;,���>/>��� block, ,-i,r���,-r Third avenue and
Sixth BtN-K. Prince Ituuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, skilfully treated. Ga. and
local inn,-1!:,i I,- adniinlatereel f���r ihe palnl-M. ex-
tra.-tee.n of teeth. Con.ultalion free, Olllce.;
ll.-l.-.-r-..ir Block. PflMS Ituuert. ii-l_
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WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Itupert, B.C
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������RINCE RUPERT
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Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between I oil. and 11th Sts
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the oitlrr in the city
are requested to vi-.it the lodge.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. CLUCK. Sec.
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. Davis
Boat House.
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GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   ,,���,_,,��   Chandlery
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Prevention is better than cur*.
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when euro is impossible. Eve
trouble may be avoided by lh-
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and per-
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are properly i .pupped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
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we buy emm
We Pay  Highest Price*
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A.L.C.M.
Teacher nf Piano. Vi.ilin and
Voice Culture.
2t��l Ave,
lietween Tth A Nth Sta.
Pryice Rupert
TO LET
Flal in Hand Blork, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same blork.
Two collaget corter Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Ix.lp in all perl*, ol thc City.
FIRE   INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Com-
panii". doing business in thc City,
SMITH  & MALLETT
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Plumbing, Healing, Steamfitting hi*,I
Sheet Melal Work
Odlee: ��td A-.*-. WOTk-h-r
PhemelTI fnd Are. het. TH.aml.lti HI.
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THE
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SALE OF WORK
WAS A SUCCESS
We have j_*t arranged with one
of our client* to place forty-:wo
lots on the market under exceptional
advantages to the purchaser*. The
lots are some of the best in Sections
T ar.d j. The prices are as low
as any on the market, and the
tami so easy���monthly���that anyone can buy. Along with this
e.Te*-ep;:onal offer, each lo; adtr.:*.s
the purchaser to a drawing for a
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A Good Booster
J. H. Kugier. "Uncle Jerry"
was on board the Prince Ruper:
this morning. Mrs. Kugler accompanied him. Mr. Kugier
comes to attend the sale of section iwo.
The Presbyterian Church
Ladies Aid sale of work was
held last night in the church
hall. Sweetmeats, cakes,
dainty fancy work, etc..
formed the bulk of the wares
exposed. Both branches of
the Ladies Aid united to
earn- out the sale. Rev. F.
W. Kerr with effective persuasiveness helped along the
sale. Very pretty was the
Bethany Girls'stall, decorated in white and gold, and
the musical programme with
song, recitation, and instrumental music was delightful.
In spite of inclement weather a large number attended
and enjoyed the sale.
Gift Goods
The genuineness of values in gold
jewelry, cut glass, sterling silver and
l of kindred lines all in direct
keeping with the Christmas spirit, arc
being displayc-i al Waric's Jeweiry
store on Third Ave.
Those who are buying early to send
to friends in Eastern Canada or to the
old land are delighted with the assortment ar.d values which are so extietn-
ely reasonable. They possess a distinctiveness not found els* where at
popular prices.
This nrm are also selling cut rto a**-.-*-.
These are obtained from the largest
grower on the coast. Deliveries on
Wednesdavs.
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A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
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Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
C    tractors ar.d Personal Bonds
Portd** PrepareJ While You Wait.
THS
Mack Realty & Insurance
oomjnr.
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For Rent
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Nice Furni.hed Rooma.  Mr.   elreenwoe**!. A-ler '
Block. Third Are. ITS-tt '
For  Rent-Farainhed  Room
I-  ���  week up.
Foe Rent-Two roomed cab-
fre��lYy papered and clear.
H F. McRae A Co.
���Buckley  Bk-ck��� i
. e*me to McBride.
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Notice to Ratepayers
Hay's Creek Sewer By-law
The following is  a resolution of the
.* a-.i passed re the above Sewer By-
laa.
���'That ir. carrying out the provisions of the Hay's Cr-fek
Sewer By-law, the city engineer be instructed to construct a
temporary outlet before the
sewer is u��ed."
tRXEST A. Woods,
City Clerk.
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f"*��ii*^i.*��ii'�� ii-��ii��ih>ii��ii ��� ***** urns *m <***%
OCR G rap��iu��_ are noted to prompt ttod ftat
���ettitftneaU. We write every known (Um uf
Insurant*. Tbe Mack Re*.:, aai Iniurance Co.
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EXTRA GOOD VALUES
2 grades in a variety of patterns to be sold this we*
35c and 45c
These goods are after the style of English floor dotl ���  _���
good substitute for linoleum
SPECIALS
Crockery a.-id Glassware for the Bolldan
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Wanted
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Maternity aunt op��n   f r er.parement   from
Nov. 15th.   Apply Boi 215& New*. ^VJ��il
Wanted-Ser. ant to do genera! housework. Other
- . . kept.   Mr��  L W. Patmore. t-f
Wanted - Girl for reneral h-?u*ework. Atply
Mr*. Laaey. l_0_ 2nd Are MMA
War-.*.! ��� Dresaxaak.&t. el**nie* �����*>-. pm��-
icj. repair. G* for men an. w.rver. Mra Charles
Perrher. s3J "Hiird Ave.   Phot* X Red.     if
ft
ft
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Do away with this.    Patronize a white ^^^^^^^^���������������^^^^^^-^r*^::;*:*';:-.*..,,.,
laundry.   White labor onlv at t         .       -       *'* "^
PioDeer Laundry. Hm usf-WI"^^
NOTICE!
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St Phon. -*>2
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
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Lost and Found
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Order, prompt!.* filled.   Pnee. ���_kk__I_
OFFICE-H. B. Rocbetter. Centre St.    Phone ft.
Mr. Pattullo to Preside
It is expected that Mr. T.
D. Pattullo will preside at
the debate on commission
government in the Presbyterian church to-night.
New School Magazine
The children in the higher classes have received copies of the
new school magazine, which will
be published monthly by the B.
C. department of education.
Capt. Clive Phillips-Wooley who
wrote "A Ten*Jerf<��,t's Wooing"
which appeai-ed recently in the
Daily N'ews. is the editor.
NEW HOUSE
BLOWN DOWN
In the height of the gale last
night, a new house being built
FOUND-! Small Key-.   Inquire at New. Office
IS-lf
Fourd���Ladle.' opal aet brooch.    Owner -*- :
dMcnptxe to E-J.M.. Daily Newa      2S--2ta.
Real Estate
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FIERCE STORMS
RAGING OUTSIDE
Lot for Sale in Sa��ioen S. Block 42. Lot IV Tth
Ave.   Apply Mike Ranch. Box &S> City.      tf
At 11 o'clock last night the
S.S. Vadso berthed at the
wharf after a rough passage
T"    y ��u T     ,T J^i_tfi^rS5W____rla!S at the mouth of the Skeena.
thrown down by the force of the '*f^Jh. *-*^F0 �������� ** ****��**"* _ , ���
__";_"_ _. Tremendous   squalls   were
#i~fc-i ���M-.^w**^*-*---!'**  ts**m\*at -^11%1-wrv.i-S..^ *
I        _,_ , / driving down the river and
wind, the framing being laid
flat. N'o one was anywhere near
at the time to run any risk of
injury, and the structure can be
speedily re-erected. Had construction been a little further
advanced the building would
have stood alright.
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Stenographer
iA>>- ��: vn; ..<��� f m -:* expermice want.
povuoo. Ai*dreaa "Stec--ami ber. t*5* Coe*
iiiaSL. Vancouver, B.C. t-f
I the steamer was swept fore
and aft with spray.
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Work
of Art! Free!
T.-.t -MM Jemtlrj Cau-
iofje produced i.: .��oer.ca
can > ha. -ree for the it*:: {
ll cantl-W tit pa-fcs o:' Oia-
.T.Or._< JilWllJ, -liT-.-a-a.-t.
CM Om Leather Goods
ac- Ko��t:-jes soae of the
srt-c.es br.r.j reproduced in
as -str.j as fourteen colon
Wr.-.e fo: :t today :: -rakes
gift choosir.f tAsj Voc ran
no rjk w.-at'rver is sealing
ar.y Htid*, for mt fonrard it
a: ou: exper.se ftia.-ar.tee
safe dejrti-y. asd cheerfully
:��:'*_.- d you: money if yoo are
co: perfectly satisfied.
Ryrie Bros.. Limited
C��M*U ��� 1.4'tMt 1.-.1I-.   11.�����
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134-135-138 Yonge St
TORONTO
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Joins New* Staff
By the Prince Rupert today arrived Mr Glenn Searle.
who will operate The News
new multiple typesetting
machinery.
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For Sale
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New  fashionable  fall waists.    Wa..
Application* will be received
up to .November 25th, 1911, by
the Board of Director* of the
Prince Rupert General Hospital
Association from women wishing to take a full course of
training in nursing. 12:
Foe Sale - Complete cab I f Artnshir.rs. ir.clu:-
, r.r c-ook ��to%c table*, ch. .-.. tableware, cook.
ip.-f *.t#n_'.. (.*������... with : .1 and pronator.. 125
C Durant. Har. B��U. SM-ro
Jerry  Built
"Uncle Jerry's" huge sheet
metal sign across Hays Creek
was levelled completely by the
force of the wind last night.
Tors, dol's. games, sleighs and fancy
good* are to hand and we are busy
a* bees unpacking, pneirg and dis-
- g these goods. Greater variety, bigger and better value* than
ever.
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for the office
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fr-aaer and Mh.        Choke Wine, and Clsv.   earl V date.
RUPERTS   PALACE    OF   COMFORT  -
Will Also Hold an Election
.Canadian Pre?s Despatch.)
Charlottetown, Nov. 22���There
j are rumors that a general election will be held in P.E.I, at an
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Coc.rdAr.
and -th St.
The James
Nice!/ f-*rei��hed r-y/tti*. Goad table board
Be_.dl.r5 Rem mt Beard ��7 00
��r~U7T hi ;h raiccs low
H.I.O
MLMORAMDUM
OPEfN     tVENlNGS   UNTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned
Money
at
We    Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
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Per Cent, to
Build This
House
GRADES  IN   SECTION  2
Before the auction of lots in section 2.
intending purchasers should carefully
Study the Lot Grades
You can only do this satisfactorily bv
obtaining a ropy of tbe large map 13 ft
*5 in. by 2 ft. I complied from official records by J. H. Piiisbury. CE. This
gives full details of contour*, topographical features, street grades and
lot elevations.
MUCE-TWO DOLLARS
For Sa'e at the Office of
C B. SCHREIBER 4 CO.    ���    Pract Riptrt
:* -! A>. I   '���  Boi ��*��� Phone <'
Intending Purchasers   ��
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
.r.e selling by auction of Lots
in section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instruction, to buy. together with the
cash for tbe amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sa'.e -One quarter
cash and balance in I, 2 and 3
years at <5 per cent.
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-THE  MOST  BEAUTIFUL SECTION  OF-
PRINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE
At the entrance to the  Harbor,  to be sold at
Public   Auction
IN THE EMPRESS THEATRE. PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.COMMENCING ON
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29,1911
Terms  of Sale:-One  quarter  Cash,   balance  1.   2 and  3  years at  6~per cent,
G.R. NADEN COMPANY.I
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Lirr.ted.
���ves-ond Are. Priac* Rupert, B.C
Let us loan you the monev to buv or^ build a  house or pav off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block. Third Avenue. Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver. B. C.
Qri���ey Swttykt Mj fauct OgJM
Prepare for wirter by getting your fr-r
rdi
races snd flues put in order by
r*�� ...
C. H. CUTTING
Phone 71
ti
Shoes.."
JOHN CURRIE
.aoooo a ran. a
The palatial G.T.P. Steamer "Prince Rupert" leaves Seattle at 12
o'clock midnight each Sunday: Fare, including meals and stateroom. $18.00. Leaves Vancouver 11 p.m. each Mondav: Fare,
including meals and stateroom. $16.00. Arrives in Prince
Rupert Wednesday a. m.
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COME AND   SEE   THE   "WONDER   CITY"   OF  THE   PACIFIC   COAST..-
-For full particulars and maps of townsite apply to-
DAVID   H.   HAYS f
Sole Agent for G.T.P. Development Co
Prince Rupert. B.C.   ���
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