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 THE WEATHER
Twenty-four houra ending5 a.m.,
Dec. 9
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 282
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, December 9, 1911.
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RATEPAYERS ARE OPPOSED TO HAVING
THE CITY DIVIDED INTO THREE WARDS
^It Was Pointed Out to the Mayor Last Night That New System Will Give Sections
One and Five a Total of Six Aldermen, and Only Three Aldermen
Between Sections Six, Seven and Eight
II wns W.    ll.    Montgomery,
no,  nl. tlio  Property  Holders'
Heeling Inst night nsk.'.l llu* mayor dlreotly why the proposal wns
n\v made i>> divide Un. cily up in-
tn llu.'.' wards. II.' look il (lint
lh.' proposal was againsl public
l>i>. i..- >11 judging from expressions
��� Innl m.'l with in tliu cily.
The Mayor's Statement
To llic tiu.'slioii tin* mayor rc-
Kli.-il lhal il was doubtful in the
linds    of   llio present   council
i'll.-iii. r Hi.-    Muiii.*11.:i 1    Clauses
kcl   hnd hi'i'ii  properly complied
Willi when I lif wu nl system was
'.adopted as a legal neeessily Inst
yenr.   The A el required equal re-
.pr.'-.'iiliilinn   for  eneli  ward and
'the   Iwo  wards  created  lust year
.had nui un equal number of representatives    in    council.    The
system  pi-oposeil    provided    for
three winds Willi Ibree representatives rm- each,   lie saitl Hint bis
idea wus now lo pel Ibe besl Ihnl
could he kii| nut of the ward sys
tem. Kor himself il didn't amount lo a bill of beans whether
Ihe ward system prevailed in the
olty or nol.
Will Make It Unfair
Willi all Ibe manner of his
oounoil attitude to the mayor,
Aid. Douglas rose lo express positively Hie opinion that il would
be far belter to leave tbe wards
as Ihey are at present, nnd take
up ihe question of whether or not
a ward system for Prineo Rupert
al the Municipal Election, lie
showed Ibat under lhe triple sys
leni proposed the effect would
be to gel siill further away from
the ideal of equality of representation held up by the mayor,
since Ibe centre and west wards
proposed being the Section One
and Section Five side of (be cliy
would have a representation between Ihem of six, lo llic throe
of thu sections tQ llio other side
of MoBride street.
Meeting Is Opposed
. .No discussion followed, but the
chairman briefly expressed bis
idea Ibat the Properly Holder's
Assoeialiiiu as at. present constituted is opposed to Ibe alteration
of Hie present ward system, and
the expression was heartily up-
landed.
BUILDING  PERMITS
Handsome New Residence and
$3,200 Store Are Planned.
MAY HAVE LINE CONNECTED
BY THEEND OF NEXT YEAR
FOLEY, WELCH A STEWART HAVE  REOEIVED  INSTRUCTIONS
TO OOMPLETE THE ROAD BED FROM TETE JAUNE
CACHE TO ALDERMERE WITHOUT DELAY.
Vancouver, Dec. 0.���Now lhat
any possible misunderstandings
have been cleared up between lhc
IO. T. P. and lhc Government,
work on Ihe completion ef Hie
line is to be rushed with all possible speed. It is expected to accomplish v.-ry exlcnsive work on
tbe    Hriiish   Columbia   sections
Lnexl year.
Messrs.     Foley,     Welch     and
fSli'wnrt  Tor  Ibe  I'acillc  sections
-ha\e been asked to complete lhe.
road   bed   between   Tele   Jaune
*Cnche and Aldermere, a dislonce
MUCH TEDIOUS
TECHNICALITY
Case of Watson vs. Olty Still Being Threshed Out in Supreme
Court���Proceedings In Mclntyre Hall Today.
Full   nf   technicality   was   the
evidence of Engineer A. E. <>ak-
|,.y, wl iipied lhc witness box
during Ibe whole of Ibis morning's bearing of lhe case of Watson vs. City. The Supreme Court
was  held   in   Ibe   Mclnlyre   Hull.
Mr. Peters' examination of witness brought mil  evidence lo llie
eiT.ct lhal the city's operations
on retaining walls did not binder
the contractor. Delay in n certain culvert, for which three days
was allowed, was caused by Hob
Hoss. nol tb.* oily.
One Utile oomment <>f His
Lordship's enliven.-.I an otherwise oppressively technical phase
���f ihe hearing. That was when
witness denied giving Watson in-
.Slruclioni l�� dump his cars side-
Wise "���' had asked him if ho
,.������l,l mil dump tbem sidewise to
oblige lhe city.
The Judge:  "Ami Watson now
Ihink*. Hint vou oiigbl lo oblige
him by paying for ���**" (Laughter.)      ���
.I jolted regarding IBS Ottl-
wilness said Hint
of 115 miles, with Ibe least possible delay. Mr. Patrick Welch
is now on bis way to Edmonton
antl Winnipeg, where he will
award thc sub-contracts for Ibe
eastern half of the work al once.
Christmas Gift Problem
Easily solved at Keeley's Pharmacy from tho diversified line of
Hand Painted Gold Laid China,
iu Steins, Tobacco Jars, Ash
Trays, Sugar Bowls, Cups and
Saucers, elc. A suitable gift is
easily decided upon. tf
MAY IMPLICATE
LABOR LEADERS
Effort Is Being Made to Connect
Labor Men on Pacific Coast
with Unlawful Handling of Explosives���MoManlgal Testifies.
LOS Angeles, Doc. 9.���All effort
is lo be made by tbe Stale lo show-
thai certain labor leaders on the
I'acillc   Coasl   ni'.'   implicated   in
a conspiracy i.. transport explosives unlawfully.
MoManlgal is continuing lo
give evidence before lho (irand
Jury. Bolh McNatnaras continue lo appear unwilling lo tcs-
lify, but It is thought a term In
prison will affect the labor loader*, lu waul lhc matter cleared
up and will induce them to divulge any Information at
disposal.
Iheir
A SAILOR'S FUNERAL
First Grave In Cemetery Filled by
Duncan Inglls.
yuc!
lhat In-
at ihat end.
verl  in dispute
h�� did not Intnl. Watson had to
,v off bis men Si all.    He denied
i,.id Watson to shut down
He bad allowed three
,,. , extra on H.is for Iholn-
,.������,���������������,. of shifting truck
Court   u,eii   sdjourned   until
10:80 Monday morning.
OholOOIt liquors nn.l cigars-
Savoy.
Yesterday afternoon with Masonic and Knights of Pythias obsequies the remains of Duncan
Inglis, snilor of IhoD. O, B.
Quadra, were interred in lhc new
Cemetery ground, Ibe eoflln having been borne shoulder-high
aorosi Ibe muskeg by his comrades of lhe Oundra and brethren
of both Ibe Masonic nnd K. of P.
lodges,     l'nll   bearers  were   ap-
polnled  from  ths crew
yua.lra, their names being
Ford, chief offloeri Mr.
looond officer) R. Steele, chief
engineer) Mr. Hnukin, u. Hutchinson.- I. B. Vincent, S. Muiry,
.lohn  McKinnon  and Mr. Kohoe.
Salesgirls wanted��� Wallace's.
of
the
Mr.
Evans,
Building permits for lho week
consist of n 13,200 store which
is being built on Tirst avenue by
Julius i,c Blanc, ami a handsome
new residence on Fifth avenue by-
Mr. L. Bullock Webster.
Mr. C. Tosland is building a
residence on Seventh avenue
costing $200.
Fire at Dr. Tremayne's
A small fire broke out this
morning in the residence of Dr.
Tremayne, but lhe prompt arrival
of lhe fire brigade soon bad it
extinguished. Dc Tremayne
contributed a small purse lo lhe
fireman's fund, for which llu- lire
men desire lo express their
thanks.
MAYOR OF WINNIPEG
Controller  Waugh   Defeats   Aid.
Adams by a Thousand Votes.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Dec. 9.- Controller
Waugh was elected mayor today
by over a thousand majority over
Alderman Adams.
CAPTAIN DROPS DEAD
Capt.   Ericson   of   the  Centralia
Dies on the Ship's Bridge.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
lloquinm, Dec. 0. ��� Captain
lain Kricsi.il of Ihe steamer Centralia dropped dead mi the bridge
ol bis vessel as she was aboul
to cross Crays Harbor en route
to San FranCtSCO (his in..ruing.
Ilis .leal li wns due lo heart
trouble.
S.S. CAMOSUNS LATE8T
���Old Reliable" Will Have Wireless
Equipment in Future.
Wlroh
ss   apparatus
will    be
filled  in
tbe Union s.
S.   Co.'s
steamer
Camosun.     'I'll
- United
Wireless
Service will be
ihe sys-
torn. Early in ber career the
Camosun had Marconi apparatus
tilled,  bill   not- being  allowed  lo
use ibis iu communication with
the United service Instruments,
ihe equipment was abandoned.
Christmas Cards.
Largest   assort nienl   in   town.
Begin   sending  now.    Don'l   fail
to look the mover.   Keeley wants
to  see  you. If
HAYS CREEK RESIDENTS DEFEND THEIR
ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE SEWER SCHEME
Had a Heart to Heart Talk With the Mayor and the City Engineer Last Night-
Meeting Wanted to Have a Complete, Not an  Incomplete Scheme
Submitted���Money for Plankways Promised for Spring
A leilisi'iission of Ihi' Hays
Creek sewer quest mn was lhe
principal question nl Hie Properly Holders' Association meeting
in the Presbyterian Hall last
nighl. Mayor Mituson and lhe
Cily Engineer were present, and
the Mayor expressed the opinion
ibat the residents >.f Sections 5,
i'i, 7 an.l 8 were foolish to have
iiii'iie.l down lhe byluw. This
wave rise lo several vigorously
expressed opinions from the
audience in defense of ihe people's al I ilude. The Mayor's
ground was principally thai the
sewer might now have lo be 0OU-
siriicie.i  l.y  local   Improvement
method instead of as at llrsl proposed .ml <>r ibe general fund,
an.I Ihis would result iu greater
expense for the people Interested
ill   the  sewer.
Bottled-Up Sower.
in   defense   ��>f   the   eleotors'
action Mr. Lo Blanc replied,
likening ibe cily to n bottle which
lhe il. T. P. could very easily
cork by refusing au mil lei lo this
or olher sewers. He wanted Ihe
cily lo be sure of the outlet and
to lell Ihe people plainly where
il was l.i be before going ahead
with the sewer.
VICTORIA CONSERVATIVE PAPER
ATTACKS MR. H. S. CLEMENTS' FIRM
In an Article Headed "Bogus Townsites," The Week Says that His Firm is Representing Lot 882 as the Official Hazelton Townsite, "Well Knowing That
It Is Not So"   A Scathing Article
sold  by  public  miction  in  Virion!-, ami Vancouver.
"This undoubtedly clinches the
mailer, yet lhe ilrm of Clements
In an article headed "Bogus
Townsite" Ihe Victoria "Week,"
which is well known us a staunchly Conservative paper, has the
following to say editorially upon
lhe question of oerlain lownsile
propositions:
"British Columbia has had just
about enough of bogus townsile
and bogus townsile companies,
but judging from advertisements
now running in the Vancouver
papers il looks as if we shall have
I., tolerate n Hills moro >>f ibis
kind of thing.
"A Vancouver Ilrm advertising
themselves ns Clements & Hoy-
ward, advertise New Hazelton as
ihe Grand Trunk Paolflo Hallway
Company's townsite, the "real"
lownsile. They put forward a
plan in support of their claims
certified by Mr. B, J. Chambcr-
lin. vice president nnd general
manager, and B. B. Kelliher, chief
engineer. On Ibis plan is plainly
shown the station grounds nf
lhe (,. T. P. and the lot number,
8K2. Tb.-y pdnt in their advertise
ment n teller daled Nov. I7lh.
I'.i I u, and signed by Charles II.
Manser, assistant solicitor. Yel
upon Ihe same advertisement appears a letter signed l.y <��*. I'.
Ilyley, land commissioner, daled
Nov. Cilli, 1011, stating Iluii the
(Iran.I Trunk I'acillc lownsile of
Hazelton is situate oll lol H51.
"I.ot km is a mile ami a half
southwest of the old town of
lliucll.ui: Whilst lol 882 is nl
least ibree miles northeast.
Moreover, in lhe same issue of
Ibe Vancouver papers appears an
advertisement of ihe Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
signed by Mr. G. u. Ryley, their
land commissioner, announcing
lhal lhe company's ollicial town-
site is ni Soulb Haielton on lot
851 nml lhal nn auction sale of
the loll will shortly lake place.
Following    Ibis    lhe    l'rnvincinl
Government bns oiricially announced lhal such sale will lake
place In December, when, tlie
Governmeni lots ns well ai the
Grand Trunk Paolflo lots will be
& lleywnr.l continue lO represent
lot hh*.' as lho oiHcini lownsile,
well knowing lhal il is not so and
knowing also Dial the attempt lO
foist this i.lllo lhe public is being engineered In lhe interests
..I Mr. Bob Kelly, who is Hie principal owner of the I'd.
���Now tb.- principal partner In
ilie ilrm ..f Clements >v Hsyward
is Mr. II. S. Clements, member
for Comox-AUin. Heoannoi have
it ii v knowledge of what is being
done bj   his firm, because he  is
I.... honorable a man lo tolerate
il for .i um nt. but by this lime
he has probably been made acquainted wiih the olroumstanoss
by man) ..fins irate constituents,
nn.l in the interests of public de-
i-eiii*. il i�� lo be hoped Hint be has
Illicit step-, lo withdraw lbs object n.niihle aud un.lending n.lvcr-
li.iiiieiil.
Aicbileneiiii Collison, ns u resident very dlroolly oonoerned with
the lack of outlet for lhe sewer,
snid lhal on sauilnry grounds
alone lhe electors were Justified
in turning down lhe bylaw. From
bis bouse, overlooking Hays Creek
basin, he had ample opportunit)
of seeing how the inc.tilling tide
closed lhe basin. Even if the cily
assured Ibe eleel.irs that il would
be quite sanitary, il certainly
would not be pleasant.
Not Even a Sowor Outlet.
.1. S. Cowper caught up Mr. Le
Blanc's simile aud proved lo Hie
hilt thai Ihe ii. T. P. has already
corked lhe bottle, there being not
a f.��.i >.f accessible waterfront
available lo Hie ollixeni without
perinissii.il from either G.T.P. "r
Provincial Government nl lhe
present moment. He applied Hie
argument ppsllinvoly lo lhe sewer problem, saying the sewers as
nt  llrsl  proposed looked rather
l.��. much like a pig in a poke for
Ibe  electors.
Plankways Wanted
, .Others speakers nave equally
decided views against the scheme
and Ibe meeting passed on to con
si.ler lb.- question of plankways,
ami other improvements desired.
The fad thai Section Two owners are tnlkiiiK almul seeking improvements made the meeting
determined t" see that their
rights are attended t.. In proper
order,
Funds Next Year.
The mayor pointed out Dial (bo
problem wits a financial one, but
that run.Is would be available
by nexi May.
Tin- oily engineer wns asked a
number of questions relating to
llie sewt-i* outlet and the Morse
Creek water supply, lhe result bono: im itbs.dute assurance of the
location <>f the outlet, which depends mi the G.T.P. engine.ir, but
lhe assurance of Col, Davis that
Morse Creek woter Is suitable for
domestic  purposes, and can be
kepi  so.
WILL BUILD RAILROAD FROM
PT. ESSINGTON TO THE ARCTIC
NORTHERN   TERRITORIAL   RAILWAY    IS   APPLYING   FOR   A
CHARTER AT OTTAWA���LINE  FROM   VANCOUVER
TO  PEACE RIVER DISTRICT AL80 PLANNED.
(Canadian Press Despatch.
Ottawa, Dee. 8. ��� A ruilway
from Port Essington on llie
Bkeena River, running northward
from tbe river crossing up
tin-..ugh the rich interior country right io i'"ii Churchill within
I In-  Arciic  Circle,  is  Hie project
bu* wbi.-h Government sanction
I*- lieing sought. The applicants
have forme.I a company In
known as Hi.* Northern Territorial Railway wllh a view of
tapping  lb.- wealth of lb.- great
north. Their application for a
charter for the road was entered
with Hie Minister of Justice this
morning.
Application is also being niado
for legislation incorporating lhe
Vanoouvor and pence Hiver Railway. Tin- project will be lo build
.. lm.* from Vancouver lo lho
Fraser River, In lhe vicinity of
I.ill I.    Ihenca    following   tho
be Fraser River i" Fori George, then
through Pine Pass in the llockics
io    Dunvegen    ami    VermiUion
chutes in Northern Alberta.
TWO BIG MILLS   ARE SATISFIED
ARE DESTROYED WITH COAL TEST
  	
Epidemic of Serious Fires Breaks Special    "Weighing-ln   Session"
Was Held by the Council Yesterday on the Coal Wharf with
Satisfying Results.
Oul In Western Canada���Two
Flour Mills and One Bank Are
Destroyed.
WHAT NEW RAILWAY WILL ABOLISH
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg. D.-c. B.���Two flour
mill, in Western Canada were
destroyed by lire yesterday. The}
nre lhe Ailiiiiisnii & 8o.lt mill uml
elevator, winch was nil.-.I wltb
wheal, ai Qlenboro, Manitoba, entailing a loss >.f 150,000, ami the
Union Supply Company's mill nl
llo-ilini n. Sask., wiih n loss of
110,000.
Th.- Imperial Bnuk of Canada
ai Hoslhorn was also destroyed,
wiih a los- of 118,000.
HA8 LAW BEEN ENFORCED
primitive methods of transportation now in voguo in the far
northern districts thai lhc new
Nml hern Territorial llnilway will
Inp. The dog loam will siill bo
found useful on the side trails
of the north for a long limo lo
come.
Free   doll    nt   Ward's   Candy
Shop.    Walch the window,    tf
Christmas Candy.
Keeley's especial shipment for
this year cannot bo surpassed. If
Prince lluperl.'s leading hotel-
Savoy.
Rev. F. W. Kerr Will Speak on
Liquor Problems Tomorrow.
Jusi a year ago Prince Rupert
volod down lb.* nllempl  lo al>"l
ish the bar'from Ibis cily.    The
Miters ileci.led lo (Jive llie Bowser
A.i a rail* trial.
iiii Bunda) evening In lh*Empress Theater Hi.- Rev. K. w. K.-rr
Intends lo review the cniilcM and
ilu- co.us.- of law enforcement
during the year.
t'he    morning    Presbyterian
���orvlOS is held in the church hull
..ii  Fourth  avenue.
rii.. Wednesday Evening Olub
will hear llio ReV. W. K. Collison
iii*\I week on "The Indians of Ihe
Norlh Paolflo Coasl." At the time
of llu* present unrest among the
Nans iinii.in- Ibis address will
throw lighl on ninny of tbo red
man's problems.
Yesterday the lest agi <i on nt
ihe famous ."ai Investigation was
carried oul al Ibe wharf. The
Identical wagons used by Messrs.
Ilogera and Black ware i >m-
 i..iiiii  and  iiiie.i  with  coal
weighed oul by Ibe suck, as for
ih.. in*.i contract supply, in ths
presence of members <>f the
Council ami those persons otherwise oonoerned in lha Investigation.
li waa shown to the satisfac-
li.'ii of Hie city's representatives
Hint lhe wagons held full weight
when loaded fairly, ami lhal (he
-mailer wagons, over which special oomplatnl had been made,
when loaded with their registered
load of 5,600 pounds could easily
hold Ion pounds more, F.vidence
lui.I been given by nl lensl two
witnesses lhal these small wag- .
..ns were like lhe big one. always
well loaded, and the Oounoil representatives announced themselves si.lisllcil lhal there was no
shortage.
Miles of ribbon wllh "Merrie
Nina-.." holly, elc, for lying up
your mfis. (lives ihem iho "ilnnl
ilu inly touch."���Wallace's.
I* uie line of work baskets filled
with candy, if you want a good
one you bail belter have il laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tt
Panloiiiiin
Phono 4.
Pionoer   Cleaners,
""""" wu�� W,nri�� M* "����� Mr bridesmaids.    |oWHta. THE DAILY NEWS
GONE ON LONG
HOLIDAY TRIP
Mr. Q. O. Monroe, of The News
Staff, Will Have Winter Holiday
In Weat Indies.
By tlie steamer Prince Hupert
there loft this morning Mr.. G. 0.
Monroe of lho olllce stall' of The
Daily News, who is going on a
long vaoation trip to his homo
in Boston, and from lliero will
join a holiday parly to spend tho
Winter in Jamaica.
Mr. Monroe has boon in Prince
lluperl since lhc curly duys, and
has well earned the vacation holiday  thai   he  now goes  to enjoy.
Afler vaoation he will either enter
into business in the east with a
former partner or, ns is more
likely, return to llupert for keeps.
Shrubsall's Popular Market.
Leads always in ull fruits,
vegetables, poultry, game and
lish. Their stock for Saturday
consists of most every variety in
season. The special will be
Japanese oranges ut 75c per box,
which Insures a rapid suit* of this
luscious fruil. Vancouver locul
chickens, 30c per pound. Genuine
Scotch kippered herrings. Slirub-
stili, Ihe same old mun in lhe
sumo old pluce. II
INQUEST OPENED
Coroner McMullin and Jury View
Remains of Dead Hunter.
An inquest wns opened nt 2
o'clock Ibis afternoon oonoorning
(he death by gunshot wound of
Musike llaljouvicb, who wus
brought to the general hospital
by train in a dying condition
yesterday afternoon. Proceedings
were opened in Iho police court
room before llie Supreme Courl
snl, lhc Cormier, Mr. McMullin,
nml jury udjouriiing immediately
In Fisher's funeral chapel to view
the remains.
WILL HAVE HOT TIME
Meeting of Conservative Club Is
Scheduled for Tonight.
The Conservative Olub is
Bohedulod to hold u mooting tn-
night, and a warm time is expected. Some of tho Insurgents
iu the parly are up In amis abuul
Die distribution of lho local patronage.
Mr. J, F, McDonald, who is in
town, will probubly address tho
meeting.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
--3H
UNIQUE RETAINING WALL
Nothing Like It In Heavens Above
or Earth Beneath.
"Did you ever build u retaining wall of this kind?" asked
City Bolioltor peters in cross-examination of Mr. Pillsbury yesterday.
"No, nml I don't Ihink anybody
else did, either," replied the engineer. (Laughter, promptly suppressed, i
"I ilo m.l say this to oast any
discredit mi the Cily Engineer,"
a.I.le.l Mr. Pillsbury, "but rather
Ihut I Ihink lhc city did lhc besl.
possible wiili Ibe funds nl its disposal."
SPECIAL.
We have juat received an overdue shipment of fine turkeys.
271. c to 35c per pound.. Central
Market, Third avenue. 2t
Admiral Schleya Own Story
A man died the other dav, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval hero���popular became championed by the people, though officially
denied the full fruits of his long and
brilliant service. Thia man was Ad-
miral Schley, hero of Santiago, one of
the grcat sea-fighters of history.
Shortly before his death Admiral
Schley completed for Cosmopolitan a
series of articles giving his personal
recollections ot his forty-five years in
in the navy. He was not anxious to do
this for there was at least one old
sore that sn autobiography must reopen. But we urged upon him the
fact that nearly four million readers
would see each instalment of his story,
and most nf these readers believed,
with Admiral Dewey, that the men who
stood on thc deck of the Brooklyn that
July Sunday in '98 was entitled to the
glory of that gnat victory. So lie
consented. Not in the cut and dried
way, but unlocking his secret soul as
he had never done before. The first
installment of the autobiography, the
life story of s man worth while in the
nation's history, appears in the Christmas number, Subscription to Cosmopolitan will be accepted until December
10th at the special low rate to Canada
of $1.60. Cosmopolitan Agency, Box
861 Winnipeg.
HOWARD
WATCHES
The finest Xmas Box and the
finest Railroad Watch in the
world. We hove them ranging in price from $37.50 to
$170 each. We also carry a
large stock of ladies' and gentlemen's watches in Walthum,
Elgin, Hamilton and Illinois
movements all grades. New
Solid Gold Jewellry, Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass, Etc.,
arriving daily.   :    :    :    :    :
Wark's
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1836 1911
The Bank of
British Norih America
Tt Teen la Seslarae.
Capital  aad  Reaerve Over J7.3OO.O00
Business Men's Banking
Money advanced to finance your
business.
Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
I.mors of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfera isaued,
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2 Lots, block 29, section 1, price $5,000
1-4 casli, balance 6, 12, 18 months
at 7 per cent.
3 Lots, block 7, section 1. price $2500
each. l-J cash, bnlance 1, 2, and 3
years at 7 per cent.
1 IaiI. block 28, section 5, price $525,
$22.1 rash, bai. $50 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 22, section 7,  price $600,
1-2 cash, balance easy.
Lot 9, block 2, section 7 With 4-room
house, $1837.   $600 cash, balance $30
per month.
Double Comer,  block   4,   section  8,
Price $800,   1*4 cash,  balance 6, 12
and 18 months at 7 per rent.
Lots in block 11, section 8, price $300,
$25 cash, balance $10 month.
Lots in block 10, section 8,  price $275
each, $26 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 year lease corner Second Ave. and
Sixth Street.
99 year lease corner Third Avenue and
Fulton Street. 8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government Dock $6 and
ground rent to G. T. P. Stores on
Second Ave.
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l.oi for Sale In Section 6, Block 22. Lot IS, 7th
Ave.   Apply Mike Ruilch. Box 582 City.      tf
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$2,250
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Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Hard* *4 Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give noUce that on the
IWthday of December, 1911,-1 intend to apply to
the Water Commiasioner at his office in Prince
Kupert for a license to uke and uae two cubic
feet of water per second from an unnamed stream
In the District of Coast Kange 6. 8keena Division.
1-4 mile east of the Tyee Slat Inn. G.T.P. Rr.
The water Is to be taken fr mi the stream about
one half mile above It, outlet, and I, to be used
for developing power for a query situated at the
outlet of aaid creek, along the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. l*xxh. 1811. ,|.*n
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-BIO SHIPMENT OF-
Enamelware
Just received from Davidson,   Montreal
Complete Assortment
...Prices th* l-oweat...
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2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 82
ar.roND avknks
Shoes
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REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
riUNCI RnrKKT
Tenders Wanted
Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up till S p.m., December 14th. 1911, for the
excavation for water pipe ��� shown on plan and
profile which together with full Information and
form of tender can be obtained from the cily engineer. The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
W. M. DAVIS, E. A. WOOK8.
St City Engineer City Clerk
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to Dec. 16, 1911, for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
6 ton luts as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
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for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
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NOTICE
TO: RESIDENTS
IN SECTIONS 5. 6. 7, AND 8
A public meeting will be held
on FRIDAY, the 8th inBt.,
in the Presbyterian Church
Hall, on Fourth Avenue, at
8 p.m.
Mayor Manson and Col. Davis will addresB the meeting
on the plans for new sewer
for Hay's Creek, the establishment of a fund to provide
for the building of plank
roads in thc out lying sect inns-
as to the purity ol Morse
Creek water for household
use.
LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED.
Prince Rupert Property Owners Assoc _
E. Flexman, Secretary
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From VincoaTer or Seattle
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G. T .P. Townsite  at  South lludion 5
Auction Sale ot Vancouver Dec. li. *\\ S
We offer TO BID FREE OF CHARCE 5
at the sale for anyone who wi.h tn buy, 5
This is your opportunity to hi- tm uw S
same footing as the Vanci.vcr people in <m
buying Hazelton lots ~
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FOR SALE
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Lot 16
" 61-62
Block 33      Sec. 7     Price $575.00       1-3 cash
"2        "7 "   1100.00       1-3 "
"    37        "   7 "   1400.00       1-3 "
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Block 16     Sec. 2     Price 1000.00 $351.25cash
"    12       "   2       "pr.2200.00   776.00 "
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, December 9, 1911.
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RATEPAYERS ARE OPPOSED TO HAVING
THE CITY DIVIDED INTO THREE WARDS
It Was Pointed Out to the Mayor Last Night That New System Will Give Sections
One and Five a Total of Six Aldermen, and Only Three Aldermen
Between Sections Six, Seven and Eight
ll was \V. II. Montgomery,
who, at tin'' Properly ll..tilers'
meeting last night usk.'.l lb*, mayor directly why the proposal wns
now innil.- I., divide tbe cily up inlii Ibree wards, lie look it dial
Hie proposal was againsl public
opinion judging from expressions
In* bail met witli in tbe cily.
The Mayor's Statement
To lb.* question Hie mayor replied I bai il was doubtful in lhc
minds of tbe present council
wliellier Ibe Municipal Clauses
At-1 bad been properly complied
with when Hie ward system was
a.Inpie.I as a legal necessity last
yenr. Tlie Act required equal representation for each ward and
Ibe Iwo wards created Inst year
bad m.i un equal number of ro-
preaonlalivea in council. The
syalem proposed provided for
Ibree wards wiih Ibree representatives for each. He said Ibat bis
idea was now to get tbe best that
could be got out of the ward sys
tem. Kor himself it didn't amount lo a bill of beans whether
the ward system prevailed in the
cily or nol.
Will Make It Unfair
Willi ull I li*- maimer of bis
oounoil attitude to the mayor,
Al.l. Douglas rose lo express positively Ibe opinion lhal. il, would
lie fur belter to leave tbe wards
as tbey are at present, ond take
up llie quest ion of wliellier or not
a ward system for Prince lluperl
al Hie Municipal Kleetion. He
showed that under Ibe triple system proposed Ibe elTeel would
be lo gel still further away from
the ideal of equality of representation belli up by tbe mayor,
Miii-e (be centre and wesl. wards
proposed being the Section One
and Section Kive side of (be cliy,
would have a representation between tbem of six, lo tbe three
of the sections to the other side
of Mi'Hriile street.
MAY HAVE LINE CONNECTED
BY THE END OF NEXT YEAR
FOLEY, WELCH A STEWART HAVE REOEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
TO COMPLETE THE ROAD BED PROM TETE JAUNE
CACHE TO ALDERMERE WITHOUT DELAY.
Meeting is Opposed
..No discussion followed, but Ibe
chairman briefly expressed bis
Idea lhat lhe Property Holder's
Association as at. present const i-
Inletl is opposed to Ibe alteration
of Hie present ward system, and
the expression was heartily up-
lauded.
BUILDING  PERMITS
Handsome New Residence and ���
$3,200 Store Are Planned.
Building permits for llu* week
consist of a $3,200 store whioh
is being built on First avenue by
Julius Le Diane, ami a handsome
new residence on Fifth avenue by
Mr. L. Bullook Webster.
Mr. (1. Tosland is building a
resilience on Seventh avenue
costing $200.
Fire at Dr. Tremayne's
A small fire broke oul Ibis
morning in the residence of Dr.
Tremayne, but the prompt arrival
of the fire brigade soon bad il
extinguished. Dr. Tremayne
oonlrlbutod a small purse to the
llremnu's fund, for which Hie lire
men desire |.< express their
thanks.
Vancouver, Dec. tl.���Now lhat
any possible misunderstanding!
have been cleared up between the
<��. T. P. and the Government,
work on the completion of the
line is to be rushed with all possible speed. It is expected to accomplish very extensive work on
Hie British Columbia sections
nexi year.
Messrs. Foley, Weleb and
Stewart for lhe Pacini- sections
have been asked to complete the
road bed between Tctc Jaime
Cache and Aldermere, a dislance
MUCH TEDIOUS
TECHNICALITY
Case of Watson vs. City Still Being Threshed Out In Supreme
Court���Proceedings In Mclntyre Hall Today.
Full .>r technicality was tbe
evidence of Kngincer A. B. Oak-
lev, who oooupled the witness box
.luring Ibe whole of Ibis morning's bearing of llic case of Wal-
son vs. Cily. The Supreme court
was  held  in  the   Mclnlyre  Hall.
Mr. Peters' examination of witness brought out- evidence lo Hie
eiVi-el that Ibe city's operations
on reluming walls did not 'under
lhe contractor. Delay >n a certain culvert, for which three days
wa*< allowed, was caused by Dob
llnss, not the city.
line little comment- OI His
I ordshlp'a enlivened an otherwise oppressively technical phase
of the hearing. That was when
Witness denied giving Watson instructions lo dump bis pars awe-
Wlie He bad asked him if M
l.,���ll,'l not dump them aidewiso to
oblige the cily.
.,.,���. judge! "And Watson now
���hinks that, you ought to oblige
BJ by paying for it."    (Laugh-
Questloned regarding tbe culvert in dispute, witness said that
, ������, mmk Watson bad to
' his men at all.    He denied
hatheloldWaUontoehuldown
10:30 Monday morning^
Ohofoest liquors and cigars-
savoy.
of 115 miles, Willi the least possible delay. Mr. Patrick Welch
is now on his way to Edmonton
and Winnipeg, where he will
award the sub-contracts for the
eastern half of llio work al once.
MAYOR OF WINNIPEG
Controller  Waugh   Defeats  Aid.
Adams by a Thousand Votes.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Dee. 9.- Controller
Waugh was elected mayor today
by over a thousand majority over
Alderman Adams.
CAPTAIN DROPS DEAD
HAYS CREEK RESIDENTS DEFEND THEIR
ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE SEWER SCHEME
Had a Heart to Heart Talk With the Mayor and the City  Engineer Laat Night���
Meeting Wanted to Have a Complete, Not  an  Incomplete Scheme
Submitted   Money for Plankways Promised for Spring
Oapt.   Erleson   of   the   Centralia
Diea on the Ship's Bridge.
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
Hoquiam,   Doe.  0. ��� Captain
lain I'.ricson of the steamer Centralia dropped dead mi Ibe bridge
of bis vessel as she was about
I., cross Grays Harbor on route
l.< Sail Francisco Ibis un.ruing.
Ilis death was due to heart
trouble.
S.S.  CAMOSUN S  LATEST
'Old Reliable" Will Have Wireless
Equipment In Future.
Wireless apparatus will be
lilted lo the I' ll it ti i S. S. Co.'s
sleain.-i- Cam..sun. The l'nited
Wireless Service will be lhe system.    Early in her   cai t   the
Camosun had Marconi apparatus
llll.>.l, but m.l being allowed lo
use this iu communication wiih
the United Serviee instruments,
ih luipmenl was abandoned.
Christmas Cards.
Largest assortment in town.
Begin sending now. Don'l fail
I., look the mover. Keeloy wauls
tn aee you. if
A   rodiscussiun   <.f   Ihfc   Hays
i'.i k   sewer   quest inn   was   Ibe
principal quoation ai lho Property Holdora' Assooialion meeting
in lho Presbyterian Hull last
nighl, Mayor Manaon ami the
Cily Engineer were present, und
ih.- Mayor exproasod lhe ..pinion
thai the residents of Sections 5,
il, 7 and 8 were foolish lo hove
turned down lhe bylaw. This
gave rise I., several vigorously
expressed     iipininns      ft*. Mil     the
audionoo In dofenae ..f the people's altitude. The Mayor's
ground was principally that Hie
sewer might now have to be constructed l.y local Improvement
method Instead of aa at Drsl proposed mil of lho general fund,
mi.I ibis would result in greater
expense for the people Interested
in I he sewer.
Boltled-Up Sewer.
Ill     defense    of    111."     electors'
action Mr. l.e Blano replied,
likening ihe city I., a bottle which
the H. T. P. cubl very easily
cork by refusing an mil Ifl In Ibis
or Olher sewers. He wanted the
cily t>. be sure Of Hie OUllOl Olid
I., l.'ll the people pliinilv where
il wu. I<> l.e before going ahead
with the sewer.
Christmas Gift Problem
Easily solved ot Keeley's Pharmacy from thc diversified line of
Hand Painted Gold Laid China,
in Steins, Tobacco Jars, A9h
Trays, Sugar Howls, Cups and
Suiicers, etc. A suitable gift is
easily decided upon. If
MAY IMPLICATE
LABOR LEADERS
Effort la Being Made to Connect
Labor Men on Paolflo Ooaat
with Unlawful Handling of Explosives���McManlgal  Testifies.
Los Angeles, Dec. 0.���An effort
is lo be made by the Stale to show
lhal certain labor leaders on the
Paolflo Coasl are implicated in
a conspiracy lo transport explosives unlawfully.
McManlgal is continuing to
give evidence before the <lrand
Jury. Bolh McNiimnras continue lo appear unwilling to testify, but it is thOUghl a term in
prlsbn will affect the labor loaders lo want the matter cleared
up and will induce tbem lo divulge any informal ion at their
disposal.
A SAILOR'S FUNERAL
First Grave In Cemetery Filled by
Ounoan Inglla.
yesterday afternoon with Masonic nnd Knights of Pythias obsequies the remains of Duncan
Inglis, sailor of lho' D. G. S.
Quadra, were interred in Hie new
cemetery ground, lhe cnnin bav-
inif been borne shoulder-high
across llic muskeg by bis comrades of the Quadra and brethren
of both the Masonic and K. of P-
lodges. Pall bearers wore appointed from the crew of tbo
Quadra, their names being: Mr.
Ford, chief ofllcer; Mr. Kvans,
second onicer; R. Steele chief
engineer; Mr. Hankin, U. Hutchinson, I. E, Vincent, B. Muiry,
John  McKinnon  und  Mr. Koiioe.
Salesgirls wanted��� Wallace's.
VICTORIA CONSERVATIVE PAPER
ATTACKS MR. H. S. CLEMENTS' FIRM
In an Article Headed "Bogus Townsites," The Week Says that His Firm is Representing Lot 882 as the Official Hazelton Townsite, "Well Knowing That
It Is Not So"   A Scathing Article
In an article headed "Bogus
Townsite" the Victoria "Week."
whieh is well known as a staunchly Conservative paper, has lhe
following to say editorially upon
tin- question ..r certain lownsile
propositions:
"British Columbia has bad just,
about enough of bogus townsite
and bogus lownsile companies,
but judging from advertisements
now running in the Vancouver
papers il looks as if we shall have
io tolerate B little more of ibis
kind of thing.
"A Vancouver Ilrm advertising
themselves as Clements & Hoy-
ward, advertise New llazellnn ns
Ihe llrand Trunk Purillc Railway
Company's lownsile; the "real"
lownsile. They put forward a
plan  in  support  of Iheir claims
 'tilled by Mr. E. J. Chambcr-
liu, vice president nnd general
manager, and B. B. Kelliher, chief
engineer, (in this plan is plainly
shown   lhe   station   grounds   of
lho G. T. p. nn.l lho lol dumber,
882. Tbey piyiil in tbeir advertise
ment n teller dale.l Nov. 17th,
l'.i 10, and signed by Charles II.
.Manser,  assistant   solicitor,    Vsl
upon ihu same advertisement appears  a  letter  ������igned  by  li.  t'.
liyley,    i commissioner, dated
Nov. r.lli, 11)11, slating Ihut lhc
llrand Trunk Pacillc lownsile of
lliizi'lioii is situate on lol 851.
"Lot mm is a mile and a half
southwest of lhe old town of
Hazelton: whilst lol 882 is at
leasl      three     miles     northeast.
Moreover, In lhe same issi f
the Vancouver papers appears au
advertisement     of     Hie     Grand
Trunk paeiite Railway Company,
signed by Mr. G. t). Ryley, Iheir
land commiaaioner,  announcing
Hull the Company's olllcial town-
site is at Soulh lla/.eltou oil lol
km nml thai an auction sale of
lhe lots will shortly lake plaee.
Following this the Provincial
Government bus ..tlleially announced Ibat such sale will lake
place    in    H inber,    when    lhe
Qovernmonl lola as well ��s Lhe
Grand Trunk Paolflo lots will be
soi.i by pul.lu- auotlon  in Vic-
lorin and Vancouvor.
������This und..uld.-dly clinches the
mailer, yol  Hie llr I Clements
A  lli-yward Continue t<> represent
lot H8-.' as lho odlcinl townsile,
well knowing lhal il is not so und
knowing also lhal the attempt t<<
lm.I Ihis out.. Hie pul.In* is being engineered ill lb.- interests
ol Mr. Hob Kelly, who is lhe principal owner of the lot.
������Now ih>. prinolpal partner in
the Ilrm of Clements A lleywar.l
is Mr. ii. B. Clementa, member
for Comox-Atlin, iieoannol have
an) know ledge of what is being
done by Ins Ilrm, because ho is
I,... honorable a man lo tolerate
il for a moment, but by tin- lime
be  hii"  probably been   made nc
quatnled with the olrcumatancea
by man) of his ii'ii11' conaltluenla,
and ii. lho ml.-rest- of public de-
eeiii'N il is lo be hoped that be has
l.t,- ii slops io withdraw ihe oh
Archdeacon Collison, as a resident vcr> .Hi ily oonoerned wllh
ibe la.-k ..f outlet for tb.- sewer,
-uul lhal on sanitary grounds
alone the electors were justified
in turning down Ibe bylaw. From
his bouse, overlooking Hays Creek
basin, be bad ample opportunity
..I seeing how the Incoming tide
closed lhe basin.   Even if Ibe cily
assured ibe eloolora lhat it would
he quite sanitary, il certainly
would not lie pleasant.
Not Even a Sewer Outlet.
J. s. Cowper oaughl up Mr. Le
Blanc's simile and proved lo llie
hill lhal lhe G. T. P. has already
eorke.l lhe bottle, there being nol
a root of accessible walerfronl
available to Ibe oilisens without
perinissii.il from either G.T.P. or
Provincial Governmeni at lhe
present moment, lie applied lhe
argument poslllnvely to the sewer problem, saying lho sewers as
ai lirsi proposed look.-.l rather
loo much like a pig in a poke for
llie  electors.
Plankways Wanted
, .Other,   speakers   wave   equally
decided viowa against the aoheme
nml tlie mooting passed on to con
sidor Hie question of plankways,
an.l ..ther improvements desired.
The fuel Dial Section Two owner*, ar.- talking about seeking Improvements made the meeting
determined i" boo lhal their
rights are attended to in proper
..r.ler.
Funds Next Year.
Tin- mayor pointed out that llio
problem was a finanoial one, but
Dial funda would be available
by next May,
The oily engineer was asked a
number of questions relating to
llie sewer oul lei and lhe Morse
Ci k waler supply, the result being im abaolule aasuranoe of the
location of the outlet, which depend-, on lho G.T.P. engineer, but
lho assurance of Col. Davia lhat
Morse Creek woler is suitable for
ilr.inc.I ir purposes, and can bo
kept so.
WILL BUILD RAILROAD FROM
PT. ESSINGTONTO THE ARCTIC
NORTHERN    TERRITORIAL   RAILWAY   IS   APPLYING   FOR   A
CHARTER  AT OTTAWA���LINE  FROM   VANCOUVER
TO PEACE RIVER DISTRICT ALSO PLANNED.
Canadian Press Despatch.'
Ottawa,  Deo. 8. ��� a   railway
from    Port   Kssington    on    the
skeena Itiver, running northward
from    the    river    crossing    up
through the rich interior country right to Fort Churchill within
lhe Arciic  Circle,  is  Ibe  project
for which  Government  sanction
is being sought.    The applicants
have   formed  a  company    In   bu
known  as  the   Northern  Territorial  Railway  with  a  view  of
lapping   Hie  wealth  of the  greal
north. Their application for a
charier for llie road was entered
with Hie Minister of Justice tins
morning.
' Application is also being made
for legislation incorporating the
Vancouver and Pence Itiver Railway. The projecl will be to build
a line from Vancouver to Iho
Fraser  River,   in  tbe  vicinity of
l.ill I.   Ihence    following   lho
Fraser IIi\.t lo Fort George, then
through Pine Pass in lhe Hockics
to Dunvcgen ami Vermillion
ohulea In Northern Alberta.
TWO BIG MILLS   ARE SATISFIED
ARE DESTROYED WITH COAL TEST
lefi iiiii.iiiii
i isemenl.
nn.l misleading advor-
WHAT NEW RAILWAY WILL ABOLISH
Epidemic of Serious Fires Breaks
Out in Western Canada���Two
Flour Mills and One Bank Are
Destroyed.
Primitive methods of transportation now in voguo in the far
noil horn districts that tho new*
Nml hern Territorial Itoilway will
Inp. Tho dog loam will still be
found uscfu. on thc sido trails
of lho north for a long time to
come
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Dee. U.���Two Hour
mills iu Western Canada were
destroyed by Ore yeaterday. They
are ihe Adam son A Booll mill ami
elevator, which was iille.l wllh
wheal, ai Glenboro, Manitoba, entailing a loaa of 150,000, and lb.*
Union Supply Company's mill at
It. is I li. it-i). Sask., wiih n loss of
120,000,
The Imperial Hank of Canada
al lloslhol'ii wns also dcslroyc.1.
with a loss of 918,000.
Special "Weighlng-ln Session"
Was Held by the Counell Yesterday on the Coal Wharf with
Satisfying Results.
HAS LAW BEEN ENFORCED
Rev. F. W.  Kerr Will Speak on
Liquor Problems Tomorrow.
Free   doll    at   Ward's   Candy
Shop.   Watch the window,    tf
Christmas Oandy.
Keeley's especial shipment for
this year cannot bo surpassed, tf
Prince Rupert's leading hotel
Savoy.
Jusi a year ago Prince Ruperl
voted down the attempt to abolish lhe bar'from Ibis cily.    The
voters decided lo give lhe Bowser
Acl a fair I rial.
On Sunday evening in IhihEiii-
prosi Theater lhe Rev, *?. w. Kerr
Intends to review lhe oontesl and
llie course of law I'll forcelilell I
during lhe year.
The morning Presbyterian
service is held iu Hi.  church ball
on Fourth avenue,
The Wednesday Evening Club
will bear Ibe Hev. W. ... Collison
nexi week iiii "The Indians of tbe
Norlh Paolflo Coasl." At lhc time
of lho present Unreal among lhe
Naas Indians this address will
Ibrow light on many of Iho red
man's problems.
Yesterday the teal agi d on at
ilu- famous oal invnatlgalion was
carried .ml al lhe wharf. The
iilenlleal wagons used by Messrs.
Hogers ami Blaok were recoin-
lUiaaionod ami tilled with coal
weighed out by lhe sack, as for
Hie Aral oonlraol supply, in tho
proaon if   members   of   the
Council nn.l those persons otherwise concerned in lhe investigation.
ti waa shown to the satisfaction of the city's representatives
thai the wagons held full weight
when Ion.led  fairly, nn.l Hint the
smaller wagons, over which special   complaint   had   been   made,
when loadod With Iheir registered
load of 5,000 pounds could easily
bold 400 pounds more.    Evidence
bad  been  given  by at  least two
witnesses that these  small  wag- .
mis were like the big one, always
well loaded, and lhe Council rop-
icsenliilives     announced     Iheinselves satisfied that Ihere was no
shortage.
Miles of ribbon with "Merrio
Xmas," holly, elc, for tying up
your gifls. Hives <hum lhe "final
.lainly touch."'���Wullaco's.
lino of work baskets filled
ini.ly.    If you want a good
>u had belter have  it laid
Christmas      stockings.
Fill'
with I
one y
aside.
Ward's Candy Store.
tf
Pantorium
Phono  ..
Pionoer   Cleaners.
en,   mun
�� wwu were ,o nave been fie? bridesmaids. " | Wuinesa.
T****tivX     -MS.".-*. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Neaspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by ths Princa Rupart Publishing Company, Limited
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERriSING-50 cents per inch.    Contract rates
on application.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, Dec. 9
INAUGURATING   THE   WARD   8Y8TEM.
Following in the footsteps of every reactionary and ward-
bossed .-ily on the continent, instead of in tho footsteps of those
progressive cities which huve diBOarded the ward system, the
Counoil of Prinoe Huport hus iiiiiiiiiiiiit'ii iis iiiteiiiiiiii, before
going to tlio voters, of dividing the olty up Into throe wards.
The want boundaries proposed are us follows:
West Ward���au westward of a line drawn from
the water up Sixth street to Fraser street; thonco
easterly to Fifth street and along tho lino of that
street produced and Fulton street to Fifth avenue;
thenoe along that street westward to Taylor street;
along that street, crossing block 27, soction 5, in a
Btraight lino to roar of blocks 30 and "il; thonco along
that lino, trussing to l.i.mux avenue in lino with tlio
eastern boundary of the Government reserve and taking in all iho remainder of the platted portion of tho
city wost of that lino.
Eastward���All oast of a line drawn from the
waterfront along McBride to the lane in tho roar of
Ninth avenue, including ull the platted portion of tho
city southerly; thonco westerly  to  opposite  tho  alley
botweon  blocks   il   and   \2, und thonce southerly to
tho bounds of tho cily.
Center Ward embraces all tho territory between
those two bounds.
Tlio lull intent of the division of the city ouiinot bo understood until tho boundaries are traced oil on the map. Then it
will bo soon that while East Ward embraces all the territory
oast of McBride street, the rest of the city has been gerrymandered until Center Ward in its olforl to comprise Ihe
Comox avenue district has boon carved up to look moro like
ii duck's foot than a cily ward. Tho boundary line is taken up
anil down lanes, and across lots in sumo places to secure the
desired effect   Tho .\o\vs entirely accepts tho Council's word
thut tho fixing uf tho boundury lines  is  thc rcsull of u  very
grout deal of careful thought uml study.
Tlio possibilities nf lho gerrymander uro quite well known
tu any "practical" politician. The Ross government in Ontario
was credited with keeping itself in power for thirty-three
yours by u judicious altering uf the buiindui-y linos uf the
various constituencies so us to hive tho Qrits. But whoever
wa- the gerrymandering genius uf the Huss administration, ho
might sil at Iho foot of the genius who planned Prince Rupert's
proposed three wurds and learn something in the art of juggling with Im.miliary lines.
At its besl the contour of lho now wards is a joke. Al
il- worst it is a menace. The circumstances under which it
lias boon brought about make it appear much more a menace
than a joke.
A   PRE8ENT  OF  A  OORNER LOT TO ALD. HILDITCH.
Fur eighteen months the ralepayers and business men of
Second avenue have been hindered in their business by the
Impassible nature of the street. Even after spending Ihoii-
sunils uf dollars on it for a graded roadbed, the surface of the
road was loft looking like a rock-slrown shoro. So noticeable
was it that many unkind people said Second avenue wus being
deliberately sacrificed in order to help those streets on which
tl*e aldermen and their friends are located. This was probably an unjust accusation. 11 was probably just a coincidence that the steam roller started outside thc Mayor's house,
and has stayed round about Sixth street ever since.
���       ���a*****
A few weeks agu Alderman llil.litch moved his place of
residence from Hays Creek into the heart of the proposed now
Center Ward. He also bought tin old building on Center street
to move lo a lot nn Third avenue, near The News ofllce, the
city kindly loaning him necessary timbers for the job. It was
while the moving was in progress thai the irate deputation of
Beoond avenue ratepayers swooped down nn tho City Hall.
The Chairman of the Bnnr.l of Wurks heard their grievances fur awhile and assured them (hat he wniild see that lho
mad was cleared of boulders to permit of the road being
opened for trafTlc Then he added words something like this:
"You need unt bo afraid lhat the work will not be dune, gentlemen. I had already Instructed the City Engineer to clenr away
the boulders to Isl mo gel my bouse along."
The News is very anxious tn see that 1.milling put in place,
but in n spirit of self-sncrillce it is willing to forego that pleasure.   The News Instead proposes lhal a public subscription bs
taken up from ull the lot owners from (.enter street to Seal
Cove to present Alderman Hilditch with B line corner lot at
Seal Cove nu condition (hat he place his old I.milling on it. In
this way nt n comparatively small expense we would quickly
got the roads placed in order from Center street to Seal (love,
mid our good neighbor would be richer by a line eorner lot.
The News would be the only sufferer, but we would gladly
make that sacrifice to got those  roads in order.
NEW BOOKS
The Life Kverlaatlng���Marie Corel I i    91.26
A Woman Alone���Autobiography  .'. 91.26
Mother Carey's Chickens���Kale Douglas Wiggins.91.26
Mary Mldthome���.1. li.  McCnlclie.in   91.26
The Singer of the Kootenay���Knowlea 91-26
The Long Roll���Mary Johnstons   91.26
These nnd many olher  new books jusi  received at
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for the oflice
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox lintel is run on tho European
plan. Fin.t-ela-.i_ service. All the Latent Modern
Improvement.!. ��;-:- HKDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Lot on Park Ave., $1675; one-third cash
Corner Lot in section 1, with income of
$2!i per month; $2625.
Lot  17,   block  24, section   1.  with improvements, $8600.
Lot 4, block 6, section 5, $1500.
Lot 9, block 17, cection 5, $1800; terms
of half cash, balance in 6,  12  and 18
months.
Lots  15 and  16,   block 9,  section   5,
$2100 pair.
Lots  15  and   16,   block  4    section   5,
$1260 each; easy terms.
Double corner  on   Ninth  Ave.,   $1350
pair.   Easy terms.
Lot 7, block 20, section 6,  $1800;  half
cash, balance one year.
Lot 3 innl 1. block 27, section  6,   $2800
pair; half cash.
Lots 11 and 12, block 23, section 6,   fo
$2170 pair.
Lot in block 27 close to McBride street
for $900; easy terms.
Lot 5,   block  2, section 7, with house,
$1750;  terms of $750 cash, balance
$50 per month.
Lots  14  and  15,  block  12,  section 7,
$1200 pair.
Lots 21 and 22, block 43, section 7, for
$315 each.
Lots 3 and 4, block 22, section 7,  $550
each; any reasonable terms.
Lots 40 and  41,  block  6,  section   7,
$1100 pair.
Lots 11  and  12,  block 22,  section 8,
$800 pair; half cash, bai. 1, 2, 3 years.
Lots 8 and 9, block 20, section 8,  $750
pr., half cash, balance 1, 2, 3 years.
Lots in all parts of section 8 with small
cash  payments and easy  terms on
the balance.
SECTION TWO
We have made a personal inspection
of section two, have a full report on
all lots with regard to view, grade, etc.,
and will be pleased to buy for any intending purchasers.
WHAT IS DOING IN THE SPORTING WORLD
JOE BAYLEY IS SOME BOY
Olever Vlotorla Lightweight Looks
Like Coming Champion.
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD   AVKNUE
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
>k.i'iu luml District���DUtrlel nr Cousi,
llai.fr*' 5.
Take notice Hint I. Iiik-Iihi Iiiii..1. or
Villain..-. H. .:.. I., i n|e.ii,..ii mini r. inicnil
n. apply for'permlulon in pnn-ii.i.i- tin.
r.iiii.Miinr described lun.i**:
Clilllllll'll'IIIK   al   il   pusl    plelllle-.l    ut    111.-
-ritiiii.-.i-i corner ��r 1 -��� ��� 1 iit. ui. me- south
I'I    ��� Il.llll-.    llll IH 1*    U.'.-U     I"    . ll.lltl..     Ml,-111-,
11..1111 111 . Ii.ii.i-. Ibence .-am 40 chaini) 10
i" im  nr commencement, remaining  too
KM. iih.it or less.
I.Ai-.ollKIlT Alillioi.,
Fred K. Cowell, Agenl.
Data n..v. lum, i" 11.
I'ub. Dec. ��.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlel or coast,
H ui.-e    5.
Take nolice lhal I, Theodore Ni.li.in-.
driver, <>r Victoria, ll. .:., tian., Intend to
appl.V     feel      le.lllll--.le,M     |e,     pi||*r||.|-l-     ll|l<     fn|-
I'.uiin* 1I1--1 Min il Inutile.limn ll' ink   al   a   post   planled  at   lhe
sniiiiitti'ii comer <.f i.ot No. ust, tbeoee
��� 1-1 St. chains, ihem*.' south 10 rli.nn-,
tin-in i- west 41. ehains. thenee south 41.
i-i.-ii.i-. Hi.���in*.* wesl in chains, ihenee north
Sn chains lo poinl or rniiiinenremcnt, con-
laming .-" acres, more or less.
1 nr III.   MCIIM.IS.
1 n il E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated llel. 31,  1911.
I'uh. Dee. ��.
sk.i-iiu   Land   I.lslrlrl���Dlalrlct  or   Coast.
lake noli.-.* lhal I, Paul Curtlss, clerk
or Vii'lnria. im* inl to apply for permission
lo purchase llu* renewing described lands.*
' .,inlii. ti. in.-  at  a  im.i  planled  on  the
e    l-l      lrrelltlel.il \      .lllll     lllllrlll      III.'      (6)       Chlllll-
it -in  ih.*  -..uiii. .1-1  corner of  Lol  4484,
thenn-   nurlh   no   chnins,   Ihence   easl   3D
chains, thence snulh OU chains, Ihence west
311 i li.li.i-  to pnllll nr I'l.mili.'ll. i llniil. cull
laming  I mi acres, mnre or less.
PAUL IXRT19S.
Fred E.  Cowell. Agenl.
Paled "il. 31, mil.
Pull. Dec. ��.
skeena Laud Dislrict- Dislrict Of Coasl,
Itange I,
Take notlea lhat I, Mn In- li. Kimis, conk,
i.r Victoria, ll. ... UHcikI In apply fn- per-
mission tt. purchase the rollnwlng do*
-���itlrrii  lands:
' 'e min en. nn.* at a pusl plained on the
ni.rlli side ..r Williams Creek, where the
..nun ti I.-.tin it nr Ihe U. T. P. Ily. crosses
Williams creek, ami almul ten (10) chains
rriuii lhe creek shore, Ihence south 311
- li.-nii". tin mi- east in chains, ihence norlh
3ii chain., ihence west 40 chains to point
nr commencement, containing ISO acres,
more or less. -
MICIIAS   IIEOANIS.
Fred K. Cowell, Agenl.
I>.ii. .1 Oct. 31. tun.
I'ub. Dec. 9.
Skeena Laml District -District Of Coast,
llange 6.
Take imim- thai I, Samuel Bclllees,
gardener, nr Victoria, inlend to apply Inr
permission lo purchase Uie lullowlng de-
si iUntl lands:
' ������iiiin.in mi at a i... - ��� planted on the
m.i in side ��r Williams Creek, about tin
chains lintk rmm llie creek hank, and
al.mil iiriv chains sttiiihenst from where
the Kiilmni branch of the U. T. P. riglu-
tif way inn-sis Williams Creek, theme
-...uiii 10 chains, thence east 40 chains,
Ibenco norlh 40 chains, thenre west 40
chains to point ��r commennment, con*
laming  I i'.n  acres,  mnre  nr  less.
SAMtJKl. DEII.TEES.
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Dalitl Oct. 31, 1011.
PUD, Dec 0.
Skeenu   Land   District���DUtrtCI   or   Cnnsl,
II-IllVe      A.
Take uiill.c Ihnl I, Louis calerls, driver,
nf Victoria, ii. C, intend in apply ror per*
mission   iii   purchase   tho   fullowlng   .1.*
���.irll.nl lands:
. --iiiiii' in in.* nl n pnsl plnuted al lhe
sniilhensl curner nf Lot 178H, ihence snulh
sn chains, llience wesl 411 chains, ihence
ti'irlli hii ehains, Ihence east 40 chains in
ptiini nr ��� -.ii.ni' in ��� ne nt. cuntaining .mn
litres, mnre nr less.
LOUIS CAI.EniS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
Paled 'HI.  31,  1911.
I'uh. Dee. 0.
Skeena Land DUtriet���putrlot ..r Cout,
llango 6.
Take iitillci* thai I, John Arglrnclls, carpenter, of Vlrl.irla, ll. (:., Inlend In apply
for permissiuu tu purchase the following
described  lands:
Commencing nl a post planted about one
nml ..in- iinii miles norlheast from ihe
li.lnke nf Trout Illver, on tho west side
>.r l.nkelse Lake, and about live ir. rlinlns
hack frum Hie waterrrnnl, Ihence south
hii chain", Ihniice west BU chains, Ihence
north hii chnins, Ihenco east go chains tn
pnliii ur < e-ittiiti iH-eiiii hi. containing 840
acres, mure or loss.
JOHN  AItOinACI.18.
Frod B, Cowoll, Agenl.
Haled ..el.  31,  1011.
Pub.  Dec.  0.
Joe Bayley, the clever Victoria
lightweight who pul Oscar Nelson out in two rniniiis before the
Knien Islund Club n few weeks
UR.., i.s having a victorious trip in
pursuit of Hilly I.under and the
light weight championship. Day-
ley recently scored an easy vio-
tory over Harry Lombard in Ave
rounds under straight Marquis of
Uucensbury rules.
Hnyley is a Victoria Wost boy
and is justly styled "the prido of
lhe Wesls." Ilis early training
was given li im by Sammy Dufty
unit olher well-known exponents
of the fistic game in that oily.
PLENTY OF THIS SORT OF  WORK MAKES VARSITY PLAYERS.
He Is Not Trying to Hug  Himself.
Falling on the ball is pari of
the daily drill of a football learn.
Couches drill the players until
Ihey dive for the elusive leather
instinctively when they see it
rolling in the mud.   In this pic-
lure one of the Toronto varsity
players has just "bit the grass"
with the football clasped securely.
He is in danger of biting off bis
tongue though, as the camera
shows.
HOW YALE COAOHE8 WHIP MEN  INTO SHAPE.
MeOevitt Practicing Plaoe Kick
The recent defent by the Army
eleven was a blow lo Ihe Yale
coaches, but tbey look it with lhal
spirit which has male Yale
famous and buckled down to
work. As a result tbe varsity
material   bns   been   drilled   and
Captain Howe Holding Ball.
drilled relentlessly in nu effort
for belter team work. It is evident Hint dependence is lo be
placed on McDcvill's kicking, for
the big guard has spent hours
in practice Willi Captain Arthur
Howe holding the ball for him to
boot.
Ho has never boon defeated nor
lost a decision in bis life. That
statement has boon made by many
u fighter before this, but in Joo's
case il is authentic. The worst
he has ever rocoived is a draw
and has won tho most of his mills
by the knockout route.
Joo has all sorts of confidence
thut be will be tlio coming lightweight cbumpion of Canada.
Bayley wus born in Victoria,
B, G., und is therefore n Canadian.
It would bo inl.'resting to Cun-
adiiin sports to see a Canadian
win the Canadian honors.
OOAL���LADYSMITH���OOAL
The Westholme Lumber Co.,
I.ltl., expects their first Shipment
of Ladysmith coal to arrive Tuesday of next week. They desire to
I bank the public for the Hood of
orders that have been booked, and
lo assure each purchaser of the
quickest delivery possible under
lhc circunislaiices. Thoy desire
lo remind Hie public that they
will need to exorcise u little pa-
lience until Ibis first largo list
of orders lias been caughl up with
and that thereafter thoy may expect prompt delivery.
The compuny is handling Ihis
coal al almost actuul cost, and
have therefore found it necessary to make some very reasonable rules, which, however, will
have I., bo lived up to to the loiter by every purchaser, he ho
friend or foe.
Firsl, proper coal receptacle
must l.e provided by purchaser
as NO SACKS WILL Bl-_ LEFT,
unless sacks as well as coal uro
paid for on delivery.
Second, all coal lo bo CASH
(IN DELIVERY. ABSOLUTELY
Ml EXCEPTIONS. Tho company
claim they canuol nITord to make
invoices and send a collector for
coal accounts when thoy aro giving the public all Iho profit there
is in the coal. Tho public must
show (heir appreciation uf tho
price by having COAL BIN and
CASH HEADY.
Sec their display advertisement
in Ibis issue for delivery districts;
Why nre crows thc most sensible birds?���They never complain
without enws (cauao).
When is an umbrella like a
person convalescent ?���When it is
recovered.
SPECIAL.
We have Juat received an overdue   shipment   of   fine   turkeyo.
27'.c to 35c per pound.. Oentral
Market, Third avenue- St
INSERT YOUR UND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
THE GREAT FOOTBALL GAME IS NOW IN PROGRESS
GREENER'S
"British Empire
GUN
Here's the worlds
best gun--a Greener Hammerless���
at a price within
the reach of ull
sportsmen; Ita got
all the Greener
features, hard
hitting, fur shooting, lasting weur;
there's nothing better;   price
$63
Catalog pfi
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W. W. GREENER
63-65 B-*-m Hill Hill
Natal PQ
/
UNION S.S. COMPANY Bl B C. Ltd"'
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 6 p.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Tuesday morning.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at!) p.m.
Steerage Fare      -     $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only sti-ame
on the run having water-ughi imik-
heads and double bottom, thill tn
suring safety of piiss-*;.-.'.-rs in can.-
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
The One Best Buy
SECTION : ONE
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
land
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finish
ing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low ts any.
Call on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St and First Ave.
MW
l��i*i
F. M. DAVIS SU
General Machine Shop and Ship*
Carpentering. Also agents for lair
banks -Morso and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried In stock.
Lm-kIx. ud Bo.U lm Hi**   NE. em* ot Wh.it
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Cor. Tklrd Avenue and Slith St.  !
Th# Fln����t Boon..
fix* hmt -woipr*.!
���nd ttMm h��
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Hot ��n<l rala hath
Wftlnlt   to
l-wt-uf-nt
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Plumbing, Heating, Steamfitlint.*'' '
Sheet Metal Work
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rium-174 2nd Aee. brt. **** ��'
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Lots 27 and 28. Block 30. corner
3rd Ave. and 8th St.
Price $20,000
0. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
RmI Estate and R.nUL
Office*: Htflg-Tinn Block THE DAILY NEWS
-Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services evory Sunday in the
Empress Theatre. 11 a.m. und
7 30 p.m.    Sunday School and
Bible Class at 2.30 p. in.
REV. F. W. KERR. M.A., Pastor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
MCINTVRE UAU., 3lU> AVE., NEAR (llll ST.-
Services rvi.ry Sunday at 11
n.in. and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School  2.30   p. in.        lliii-uiii
Bible Class 2.30 p.m.
REV. W. H. McLEOD B.A B.D.    PASTOR
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BETWEEN CENTRE ST. AND 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday at  11
a.m.  and 7.80 p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. R. SING. B.D. Pastor
PRINCE RUPERT INN
AND
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Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently ��� furnished, with
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The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on thc
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Rales: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
836 1911
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Ince Hi.pert Branch���
F. S. LONG, Maaagr<r.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
ma Land Dlstricl-Dlslrlct ft Coasl Rene*e .'.
ike notice lhal we lhe underalKned. Allred
stlfcn Oarde and Wm. M. Johnston of I'rlnce
art. B.C.. occupation mining cnnlnecr and
pector. Inund lo apply for peimlssiun lo
. the followinK ilccrtl-otl land:
mmennns at a poit planted 1-4 mile east of
��r,es> Stallon.<J.T.P.Il>* Station and approxlir.
i 27 miles east of I'rlnce Rupert, thence nonh
mm.. Ihence easl ��. chains. Ihence south 24
ns mora or less to railway a*rade. thenco
-SB.rilv 2& chains mora or I- -��� following aal.l
ea-je lo point uf cummencr-nenl and i-unlattilni:
l.cn-eorleae. BED C|1KI8TUN GARDE
WII.I.IAM M. JOHNSON
U.Ne.1      -'I.   HU
K Dec. 6. ISII
Ma Coola Land Uletrirt��� District ol Coast llange
Take notice thai II. M. CUB ol Dundalk. Ire-
sad occups.loo irnllemsn. Intend, lo suply lor
��ni>*��>..n to lease the lolloolteS doerribed Isnds:
Commencini al a posl ideated at Ibe IMM
mu ihe N. fc. cornsc ol Ut No 3. llience north
A chains, .hence west SO chains mora or Ua* ...
am l��.undsry ol manmg leaae, thence lollowln*
hs said eart boundary south 40 chains more or
ass lo shore line, Ihence (ollowlni ssl.l shore
laa easlarly 10 chains more or less lo (Mint ol
���Jroeo-menl;    eontalnini  320  acres,  more  or
*>ated Au-Jrtal, llll.
>ab. Sept. M.
II.  M. CLIFF
Willism McNair, Asent
Mia Coola Und District- DUtrict ol Coasl IUnge
Take nolica ths. II. M. CUB ol Dundslk, fraud, ocaupsllon gentlemen, Intends *�� **<*
or  permiasion  lo leeee  lbs  lollowlnj deaenbed
"commenelns at a post planted el the N. B
torner ol Ut ��3, thenca north 20 chains, thenw
E| 4j chslna thenc. eo-.h 20 chjdn. more o,
���MA** shore lino, thenc. lollowln. W***.**
m*x 40 ehsl-a mors or leas to poinl ol commence
rn.nl; conlalninj SO caras, more or loss.
rBSs ���     w��JA,*>
Balla Cools Und District-District o iCosat Rang
Tak. notica lhat II. M. CliS ol Dundalk. Ira-
Bh& 40 chain, mor. o, lias lo point ol com-
SSL& canislnln, *0 acr-. mm�� **������
BSffR^    William McNair. A*r.n
Mla Cool. Und DbtrW- Dlrtrict ol Co-t Hang.
CU-BoSH .H  the  lollo-ln,  d-crlbed
****<**'��� , . .i . nost nlsnted st the N. W
Commencini at *��* J��J**y eh,ln, - ���
eornar ol ***** ***s. '" 'i o( lenM, No. 1 applletl
?' 5 !?  M XnJeTolU aln�� M *-���*2
**" -"i'-Clin. liience north 40 chslns. Ihence
B 6 SS-^S orcommencemenll con-
Ulnlni 80 ac.-, more or leas. _ ��� cuff
Dated August SS, n>>>* ,Uim MrN,|r, Aienl
rub. Sept- --.
Wa Cool. Und UMlUt ******* ���*- C����* ,Un"
u_a .1..i II   M   CUB ol Dund.lk, Ira-
**mr*S        -... .1 a nost planted si the S.  E
Commencini a    .  pos^ V j, jjj&SMSS
corner o( UA BjLTKdS ol    .esse  No.   1
or  le-  to ***��**.   riff   thence nsst 20 ch.lns
���Tf*"** S   ____��-thanca   north   40  chains,
iZ'e*'me,x ft'SS*'** ���**<** "< commencemenl;
SiiaffMr"^ ����� m- cauf.
IUI..I August SI- ***** wun,m McNair, Agent
Mb. Sept. ��0-
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skoena Land District���DUtrlot ol Coast Rama 6
n . ?,��"-?* that LcI10*' F- G��nt ol Prlnoo
"upert, 11. 0 , occupation civil engines,, Intonds
descrltod _J 5e���ia8'on t0 Parebise the lollowlng
Commencing at a poat planted about 3 1-2 milus
in a northerly direction Irora the northeast corner
post ol Lot 13B0, Range 6, Coast DLlrlct, Ihenco
east JO chains, thence nurth 60 cbains, thence
west to bank ol river, thence south lollowing
bank ol river to point ol commencement: containing 1(10 acres, mure ot lesa.
Dated Sept. 8, u*Ui LEROY  F.  GRANT
I ub. Oct. lo, Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agsnt
Skoena Und DUtrict���Dlrtrict ol Coaat Ranee t>
lake nolico that Uttie McTavUh ol Vancouver,
occupation   marrlod   woman,   Intenda   to   apply
or permission to purchase the lollowing described
Commencing at a post pluntod at the north-
)** conior luo chains east and 20 chains north
rom N. fc. corner ol Ut 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coast DUtrict Kange 6, ahouco 20 chains aoulh,
thonco 30 chaiiu east, thonce B0 chaina norlh,
Ihence 40 chains wost, thonco 60 chains south,
thenco 40 chains west to post ol cumtnencemont
uonlainlng 400 acrua more or loss.
Datod Sept. IH. lllll. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
1 ub. Sept. 23 Krod W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land Distrlct-DUtrlct ol Coaat Range 5
lake nolice thut Miss Mary Muiville ol Clara,
Ireland,  occupation  aplnaler,   intends  lo  apply
,or I'ur.nimiioii lu purchase tlio lollowing dosrlbed
Commencing al a post planled one cbains north
ol tho southeast cornor ol Ut 632, thonco nortb
-10 chains, thunco east 20 chains, thunco south 40
chains, thencu wuat 20 chains to puint ol com-
mencuniunt; cuntaining eighty acrus, moru or loss
Dated Oct. 11, IHU. MISS MA11Y MULVILLE
I'ub. Nov. 11. John 0. Muiville, Agont
Holla Coola Und DUtrict���District ol Coast Rang
��
Take notico that H. M. CUB ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends to apply
lor purmisslon lo lease the lollowing deacrlbcJ
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the ahore
ol NtxlucUconnay Hiver about 10 chuina weat
ul Indian lteservo Lino ,tbenco west 60 cbains
lollowing the channel ul NoclecUconnay Hiver,
Ibence auuth 30 chaina more or leea to channel
ol Bella Coola River, Ibenco tollowiug channel
ul Holla Coola Rivor eaaterly 60 cbaina, nortb
80 chaina more or leas lo point ol commencement:
cuntaining 460 acrea, mole or leaa.
Dated Auguat 23, lull. II.   M.  CLIFF
Tub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
Skoona Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Coaat Range 5
Taka noUco that Benjamin Russet Rloo ol
l'nnce Rupert, B. C., occupation waller, inlenda
to apply lur permission to purchaao the tallowing
described lands:
Commencing at a poat^plantad 66 chaina wuth
(rom tbe aoulhaaal corner ol Ut 3060. I'oat
marked B. It. It S. E. Corner, tbence 70 chaina
weat, Ihenco 65 cbaina north, thenco 70 chaina
east, tbence 66 chaina aouth to puint ol commencement, containing 465 acrea more or laaa.
BENJAMIN   RUSSEL  RICE
Daled October 21, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skoena Und DUtrlct���DUtricl ot Caaalar
Take noticu that Angus Jamea   McKonxio ol
Vancouvar, B. C, occupation bookkoeper, intodnns
to apply lor permission to purchas. tbo lulluwing
described landa:
Commencing at a post plsntod at tbo confluence ol Ulackwater river wiih Naaa river, aboul
two milea aouth Irom tbe aiath Dominion Toiegraph
cabin. Poal markad A. J. M. N. W. Corner,
Ibenco SO chaina aouth. tbenoe 30 chaina oaat
lhance SO chaina north, tbonca SO chaina weal
to point ol commencement, containing 640 acroe
mora or lues.
ANGUS JAMBS McKBNZIB
Dated SepL23, lull.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeen. Und DUlrict���DUlrict of Caaaiar
'lake nonce that Herbert McUanan of Vancouvor. B. C-i occupation real oatate agent, intenda
to apply lor permission to purcbaae lhe lollowlng
doaanbed landa;
Commencing at a poat planted al tha confluence of Blackwaler rivar wiih lha Nau rivar
about Iwo mllea aoulb ol tha autli Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Poal marked H. M. N. E.
Corner, Ihenco SO cbaina aoulh, thenoe 80 chains
west, thonce 80 ehalna north, lhance 80 ehains
east lo point ot commencement, containing 840
acraa mora or lass.
Dated Sept. 23, lull       HERBERT McLBNNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeana Und DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Coaat Range 6
Take notico lhat I, Christopher Jamea liraham
ol I'riuce Hup rt. B. C, occupaUon looomoUvo
engineer, Intend lo apply tor permiaalon lo purchase
the following deacribed lands.
Commencing al a poet plantad al the aouthweat corner ul Ut No. 1738 vicinity ol Uko
Lakelee and marked Chriatopher J. Uraham
N. B. Corner, thence weat 40 chains, Ihsnce soulh
80 chains, Ibence eaat 40 chaina, tbence north BO
chains to poat ol commencement; conlalnlng
320 actea, more r,r leas.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Doled Sepl. 22. 1011  11.66 A.M.-WllnesaadT. D
UM.
Pub. Sapt. 10.
Skaena Und DUtricl-DUUict ol Casalar
Take noUoa tbat IL IL Stewart ol Vancouver,
il.  C, occupation  truckman,  intends  ss  apply
(or permlasion lo purchaae the (ollowing deecribed
ianda:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chaina aouth
ol Pre-emption No. -V7 and 62 chaina aeat Irum
the Naaa River IS. **** ��� C), thenco 40 chaina eaal.
thence 40 chain, north, thence 40 chelne weal,
thenc. 40 chaina south lo lh. point ol commencement lo contain 160 acroa mure or laas.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Daled Aug, 1911. Jamea T. Fullerton, Agenl
Inl'. Sept.28.
Skoena Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Coaal Range 6
Take noUce thai Harold B. Smith ol M.in-ly.
Aiu., occupation elation agent, Intends lo apply
lor pemiaeion to purcbaae tbe lollowlng deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planled at the aoulh
wosl corner 100 chaina east and 20 chains notlb
Irom N. B. vomer ol Ut 1116, Harvey's Survey
Coaat DUlrict Rango 6, thenee 40 chain, aaal,
thenoa 80 ehaina north, tbenea 40 chaina aat,
Ibence 80 chaina aoulh to poot ol coramencamenl
conleinlng 320 acrea, more or less. -,,,-,,
I>.t.-i Salt, 18, ISII. HAROLD B. SMITH
I'ub. Sent. 28. I* red W. Bohler. Ageo
Skeens Und DUlrict���DUUict ol Coaat Range 6
Take nollco lhal I, Gordon C. Emmsraon ol
I'rinca Rupert, 11. 0L occupaUon real eeUle
broker, InUnd lo spply lor permiaelon xo purchu. lh. lollowlng deeciibed lands:
Comm.ncing .1 . post plsnled aLout 2 3-1
miles In e northerly duectlon Irom lhe norlheast
comer post ol Ul 1381, IUnge 1. Coaal DUuicl,
ibence north 40 chains, tbence west U river
bank, ihenee soulh lollowlng river bsnk lo p.lnt
ol coram.nc.rn.ul;  conUining ISO acrea, more or
SSed Sept 9, 1911. GORDON C. EMMERSON
I'ub. Oct. 10.
Skeeoe Und DUtricl���DUuict ol Coaal lUngs 6
Take  noUoa   thai   lllriam Roy   McTavUh   ol
Winning,   Man.,   oeeupauoo   harrtaur.   intends
lo apply (or perma-sion U> purchaae tha lollowlng
''Ti'i'niin.n.l'ng at a posl planled at the aouthweat
comae 40 chains east snd 40 chains north Irom
N. K. corner ol Ut 1116. llarvey'a Survey Coaal
DUlrict IUnge 6, Ihenoe 60 ehains eaat, llene.
60 chains north, thenos 60 chains wesl, Ihenee 60
cbsins south to post ol commencemenl   conlalnlng
POtta ROY M.TAVISH
I'ub. Sept- J8. *** w* Bohler, Agent
Skeen. Und DUUict-DUtrict ol Caaslar
Take   notlc   th.t   Charles   William   Ham   ol
Vancouver.  B. C, occupallon inep*��lor,   fUnd.
to .pply lor permUlon to pureh.ee lh. lollowlng
dtweribed land.:
Comm.nclng at a poet planted at the eon-
nu.ni*. ol Hl.ckw.ur river with tbe Naaa river
about two mils, soulb trom the sl.th Dominion
Telegrsph eabln. Poet marked C. W. II. S. w.
.**"��, Ihenc. 80 chain, north, th.nc. 80 chana
easl, thanca 80 ehalna aoulh, thence 80 ehaina
weal lo point ol commencement, containing 640
mm "* ��' ""'CHARLES WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 28,1911.
Pub. Nov. t.
gkoena Und DUUict���DUUict ol Caaalar
Take notice thst Thomaa Arthur WhiU ol \an-
couver, B. C, occupaUon earpenler. Inunda to
epply lor permUalon to purchaaa the lollowlng
deacribed landa: .
Commencing al a post p anted at lhe mm
luence ol IlleAwater river wllh Naaa river, about
iwo mils, soulh ol the alxth Dominion Tslsarsph
���bln    rust marked T. A. W. II. E. Corner. *****
 wwgyMWViw
Dated Sept. 28, 1911.
Tub Nov. t.
"PAT" ON THE JOB
Contractor Says He Threatened to
Put Him Under Arrest.
Describing tho polloa protection aooorded by the olty during
llic Btrlko, Frank Kelly yostorday
ai'ii'i'iiiiiin in ihe oily ruse declared that Boi'goanl Phillipson
bn.l Ihroatonod lo arrest him If
he moved, "I oouldn't work for
fear I'd gol pinohod," said Kelly,
Sorgoanl Phillipson, prosont in
Un' oourt room, Bmllod.
POLITE POLICE COMMI88IONER
Witness    Says    Com.    Stephens
Threatened to Whip Him.
"I didn't rare very woll with
Pol loo Gompilaaionor Slophons,"
suid Prank Kelly in ovldenoo In
the oily case Hit' othor afternoon.
"I asked him for police protection ov.-r lho phono. He Ihroal-
I'lid In whip nn- nn,| said I wns
it bluffer."
Cosmopolitan and Diokens
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���they just order a new cnrloud
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scarlet geraniums uml Uie breath
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the greal author followed 1 i Ll lo
Nell, Now that the ci'iitcnnry of
his birth (February 7th), 1812),
approaohea nnd everybody is
thinking of Dickens. Wc huve
sooured several articles which
will tell many things aboul him
Ihnl huve hitherto been unknown.
In the Juiiuiiry Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickns, will
lell you some of his own personal
recollections of the grcat novelist. Later, probably In February
Mary Angela Dickens, bis granddaughter, will give an intimate
view of Dickens as she remembers him. In facl, in these und
olher art ids on Dickens which
will follow-p-fully illustrated, of
been piiblishd of thee human
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Taka notio. th.t J"* M. Tallman ********
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apply lor permUalon U purchaae lha lollowlng
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YOUR CHOIOE IN HU8BAND8
Women Never Marrv the Men of
Their Girlish Dreams.
II would be hard lo say wb.-ii a
girl lirsi draws an imaginary picture of the man she shall love
nnd marry. Oenorally, long before sin' knows oven the meaning
e of love, and assuredly yeara before she tins outgrown hair ribbons and a passion for oaramolsl
Uf course,  be  varies  with  the
' temperament   nnd   surroundings
of   lhe   particular   dreamer,   but
always is he a painfully faultless
individual, quite untitled inr hu-
; man mil ore's dally food.
II   often   seems   ns   if   Muster
I Cupid took especinl pleasure in
thwarting these dream desires.
If ihe dream husband is lull nn.l
masterful, llie reality is almost
certain In belong lo Ibe meek and
lowly of the earth. It be was
learned, the reality will be practical and commonplace. Never���
never in any circnnislances is be
all her fancy painted him, and yet
if her eh..ice proves to be a mail
���straightforward, honest in
word and deed, kindly, nnd ireulle
Inward women���who eiin wonder
thai she "10VOS what she has"���
ii siiuielbiiig infinitely more likely
to make her happy than nil the
hands, tine,    impossibly    llawless
heroes of whom she once dreamed
dreams.
H. Gordon Munro W. Nicholson Lailey
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork BuildinK, Second Avenue.
SS. Prince John lor Siawart 10 1. m .
Dec. 20th and 27th.
Present tchedult will  remain In sited
until  abo.e date*.
Bi-weekly train service to Vannrsilol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert nt 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Crand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest antl beat
service over DoubU Track Rout*.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
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Newly FurnishedjMid
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Princess   May
Saturday. December Sth, at 9 am
For Vletoria, Vancouvar and Seattle
J. G. McNab Generel Aganl
Dot lho top layer with bits of
butter and brown sugar. Bake
forty minutes, covered for the
llrsl half of the time,
sweet Potatoes ��� Boil four
large sweet potatoes and when
done peel, oul in two lengthwise,
put in pie tin with a Utile baron
ful, sprinkle a little sugar over
them nn.l brown in ovon, Soj-yt-
with roust fowl.
Molded Potatoes ��� Boll nml
prepare potatoes the same as for
mashing, either sweet ones or
Irish, being oareful nol lo make
litem too soft lo handle. Form
into balls the size nf n small
apple, make a depression in Ibe
tup of eaoh with the tip <>f the
tlngor and mi ibis with butter or
a small bit of cheese, place llie
balls in buttered baking dish and
brown iu oven nicely. Serve very
hoi, with a whole cb.vc stuck in
the depression made by the linger
lip���this is lho stein of lhe iini-
tat ion apple.
STUART &  STEWART
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Here
SWEET POTATO RECIPE8
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Are Four New Onea
Worth Trying.
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All dental operations skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anesthetics administered fur the painless extraction of teeth. .'.erisiiliutii.il free. Offteee:
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PRINCE RUPERT
Sweel P..Inio Slew���Slice poinl.. ball nu inch thick, stew with
chops or pieces of tenderloin, and
tuke up all together when don.*.
Season the gravy with cream, salt
nml pepper au.I a litlle parslcy
tuiii.-e.l line.
Scull.tpc.l     Sweet      Potatoes���
Parboil ul...ui ..ne and one-half
peel Ihem.    Slice lllill nil.I put 111
layers In buttered pudding dish,
sprinkling each layer with bits of
butler, a very litlle salt and a
Inblespoonfill    of   blown    sugar.
THE KIDDIES' KOLUMN
Some Jokes to Learn for Your
Christmas Party.
What besl represents n pretty
girl bathing 1 ��� A diving boll
(belle).
Wluil did Adam plant first in
the  Garden  of Eden?���Ilis   fool.
Why is a jesl like a fowl?���II
miliums a merry thought.
Why is a luuievolenl man like
n rogue?���Because be takes poor
people in.
Why is a irnte post like a potato-?���Because they both propagate.
Why is n chicken pie like a
gunsmith's shop? ��� Because it
contains fowl-ln-plsoos.
What nre the niosl unsociable
things in the world?���Milestones,
for y.ni never see two of Ihem to-
gether.
Whnl lish is an engaged yoiiiif"
lady fond of?���Hor-rlng.
why is n dock always bashful?
���Because its ban.Is nre always
before its face.
whni letter in the alphabet is
most useful to u deaf ..id woman?
���The letter "n" because it makes
her rear.
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
i*i*i*ii or wm. foxon, taa.. a.r.a.m.. i on., km;
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
M.**-tn in the HrlKerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the ordar in the clt)
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 166 ORERN
Second Avenue, near McBride
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also itores In same block.
Two cottaget coner Second Avenue snd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
I.i.ih In all parti ol ths city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. D.RAND
Second Av*. Phono 112
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FRED. STORK;
-General Hardware��� ^
Builders'  Hardware
Valves tt Pipes      Oxford Stoves   j
Graniteware       Tinware
:Q:^:0}88l0iG^0l0:aC:S:SiG^aJ
s' Catalogue
will assist in making four Christmas buying a success.
Send your nnme nnd address al .nice and gel Ihis free
ihopprs' guide, from which you inny select in the quiet
of your home g Is which   represent   llie   standard   of
fashion, evceiieu.e. quality and finish. From Birks'
grral stock <>f Jowolry, Sllvnr, Oul iilns.-. Watohea,
Clocks. Leather Ooods, Ali   Qooda  and  Novelties  you
inny seleol the mosi ch. nn.l pleasing Christmas gifts.
Communicate with ua al once and benelii by the pricea
..r th.- importer nn.l manufacturer.
Henry Birks & Sons* Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
HASTINGS tt GRANVILLE STS.     -     VANCOUVER
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MKRCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident Insurancea
618 3rd Avenue Phone 203 and Green 2
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing u Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
===E.   EBY   CB.   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� PC.
Chi���ey Sweeping aad Farmce demist
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PrKlkal (kimsn S.crp A-M.ru: Kin Hatel. ar
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director end   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONADLK
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  1S6.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. EMIIALUEILS
Funeral   Dtrvtlors
3rd Ave. near 'ith Si. 1*1  N... Ml
��� CRIPPLED ARTIST  WITH  THC   NEEDLE.
SECOND
��� ��� ��� ���-'
AVENUE
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. KING GEORGE  HOTEL
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* ��si��i 35c en Mi   M  *>r***t *
X mrs. c. Mcknight   -    r-eeeieior *
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Savoy Hotel
Our. Freear and Slh.        Cholee Wines snd Clears
RUPIRT'g   PALACE    OF    COMFORT
llle.M   1- 1
r.o. ao* KM
A MAN SEAMSTRESS
Orippled Harry Benatrom Oan Do
the Finest of Fine Needlework.
Ilernnr.l  Shnw   snys  Ihnl   men
oan do evsrythlni better than
wmi..ii. even  In washing dishes.
Harry Benslrom is n man who
.'uu .1.. fine ii Il.'wt.rk lhat Is III
f..r  exhibition.     He  wns   injured
by an in i nieni  at Montreal sev
eral years ago, end wiih n crippled spine has lo live ill Ilis bed.
lie bad been a tailor, nn.l, like
tunny snilor men, was clever with
his needle, Slnrlmg by Inking in
plain hnnd sewing for a living,
lie bns mtde sewing nn nil. und
run ncciunplisb Ibe most Inlri-
cale llltches. His work is greatly
sought after by the lending dress-
makers, nn.l cripple Horry Ilen-
slrom now plies u very profitable,
livelihood.
PONY EXPRESS
BYfrTKMATir mmiuiasm    IiKUVKRY iBKVICR
| lUjtKAtf*. hOM "v.   I   "f ���ARt.iir.if Aifi-rita      For
RltfA or M<itor Car -lay or nlffht
I Srvrnth Avp. im! Fulton Phone 101
.Grand Hotel..
Worklntfmsn's Home
Free Labor Bureau io Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
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COUGHS
& COLDS ��������
Mathieu's Syrup
ol lar �������� Cod Liver Oil
not only stops a cough but cures
it. Its tonic and restorative
properties enable the system to
permanently throw off a cold.
35c for large bottle.
Sold everywhere.
J. L. MATH IK I' CO., Prop..      SIIHRnROOKI!.
MATHBEUS SYRUP
COO   LIVER   Ol
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All accounts and correspondence addressed to
P.O. Boi 806
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will receive immediate attention
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When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
CARLTON  HOTEL
Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.     Rates $1.00 to $2.50 per day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
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iiuy mc a pair of ho&c nun e
"tiOPC, I DON'T t-Alia* TO   Buy
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nepe r* ot*H it r* hose  you to
���fA��fJ|f��T..y   rtr\i-Ji   _ TfL��  MC TO fr|T it
DOESN'T VEX PETERS
Even If Watson Loat Million Dol-
lara Over Oontraot.
"Has Watson made anything
on his contract?" asked Mr. Williams, examining Thomas Mc-
Clyinonl, bookkeeper lo Watson
Bros., in the city case yoslorday.
"It doesn't natter what ho has
lost," soid City Solicitor Peters.
"I object to tho question. I don't
care if he has lost a million dollars."
The question was disallowed as
irrelevant.
LEGAL LIMITS WANTED
A Time Limit on tha Lawyers Is
Suggested by the Court.
DILATORY CITY
Took Too Long to Come to Scrap
With Strikers.
"I don'l claim we gave adequate police protect ion, but I do
claim  that  we  did  oll  thai   was
possible under circumstances,"
said Cily Solicitor Peters yesler-
duy. "We did all we could peaceably and when wo bud lo fight
wc fought."
"It took an awful time for you
lo come to it���six weeks," said
the Judge.
KAIEN HARDWARE COMPANY
THIRD ANENUE
Builders' Supplies
Plumbers' Supplies
Paints
Oils
Varnishes
P.O. DRAWER 1524
HARDWARE
PHONE No. 3
Sheet and Plate Glass
Plate Glass Mirrors
Stoves, Ranges
Tinware
G rani tew are
MONARCH MALLEABLE The ""����?*ctory
"There ought to be a lime
limit on cases," said City Solicitor Peters with a long drawn
sigh as Mr. Williams' examination of City Clerk Woods on a
question of contract limo limits
grew prolonged yesterday afternoon.
"The Court will retort by
pulling a time limit on counsel,"
said the Jiulgo,
"It's lhe same thing, your
lordship,"  remarked  Mr.  Poters
THE WAY OF AN OCTOPUS
Will Canada Stand for the Exploitation of Her Timber and
Natural Resources aa the
States Have Done?
Tlie Best
Procurable.
AbsoluMi/ pun
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Mi *\*a***\x\********%**** ir
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $58. Other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED   IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
cond Av
T��l��pk��o�� 10
Charles Edward Russell haa
made fur the Cosmopolitan a
I borough investigation of lumber trusl methods���he lias followed the slippery trail of llie
lumber octopus literally from
coast lo coasl���and be has the
"guilds." You will be surprised
at liis revelations���thai the tremendous power of the trusl, its
brail -ii indifl'.'i-eiice lo all but its
own Interests, its hold upon legislators, its highway methods of
mil i.innl pockel picking. It will
be a great series of articles���
vilally interest ing to every ono
who has ever bought any part
of a tree. The flrst article will
appeal- in January. Subscriptions
I.. Cosmopolitan will be accepted
until December 10th at the special
low rate lo Canada of $1.50. Cosmopolitan Agency, box 801, Winnipeg.
A gift that always pleases���
beautiful chinaware. Many things
from the celebrated potteries of
Europe.���Wallace's.
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern ft C.
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SAMUEL HARRISON
lt.ell-.IIY   rciii.ii'l
V. I*. XI. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
The Economy Paint Store
���1 WE   CATER   TO   THE   TRADE 1���
PAINTING PAPERING KALSOMINING
PAINTS OILS VARNISHES
E. COLE, Prop.   Phone Blu* 336   6th and Fraser St.
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READY WEDNESDAY,
DECEMBER 13th
Ladysmith Coal
...The Best Coal in British Columbia.....
$850
COAL
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READY WEDNESDAY,
DECEMBER 13th
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Delivered at $8.50 per ton within the following bounds in Sections One Five and Six
As far East as Hays Cove Circle. As far West as the junction of First, Second and Third Aves. (Lynch s comer)
As far South as the corner of Eighth Avenue and Fulton Street.
Outside of these limits an extra charge of 50c per ton will be made to points in Section One (beyond Lynchs store)   $1.50 per
ton for points farther South   than 8th Ave. and Fulton and for points East of Hays  Creek.
IZI All Coal Strictly Cash on Delivery d
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No Sacks will be left unless Sacks as well as Coal are Paid For
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Phone 186 - WESTHOLME LUMBER Co., Limited
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The Dream of Boys and the Ambition
of Men is to Travel
ROUND THE WORLD
"Take me somewhere east of Suez
Where the best is like the worst."
How would you like at this moment to be reclining under the
awnings of a palatial steamship, sailing through sunny
seas to sunny lands? Nothing to do but smoke your pipe
and dream. Or in the soft, velvety night, under the
southern cross, with the warm land breeze fanning your
cheek, gliding along enchanted shores to the music of
throbbing engines and the swish of phosphorescent waters.
To the traveler the fascination of the Far East ia beyond the
power of expression. There is an indefinable charm in
the life and customs of a people whoae civilization waa
old before ours waa born. The following are Juat a few
of the places to be seen.
JAPAN,
���JAPAN���The wonder of the nineteenth oentury, whoae achievements in war and peace have won the admiration of the
world.
CHINA
CHINA���Like a huge giant slowly awakening from a long
sleep. Japan's commotion has disturbed the Flowery
Kingdom���the seeds of western civilization have been
sown and now we await the harvest.
INDIA
INDIA���"The brightest jewel In the British crown,' 'with Its
marvelous history of blood and treasure, Ita black hole
of Calcutta, Ita maaaaore of Cawnpore, ita alege and relief of Luoknow, where "ever on the topmoat roof the
banner of England flew" and where "Havelock and hla
Highlanders" went through "blood and Are" to the rescue
of the beleaguered garrlaon.
CEYLON
CEYLON���The Isle of spicy breezes and tea plantations.
THE RED SEA
THE RED SEA���Who has not read the story or Moses, the
emancipator of his people, leading the Children of Israel
from the land of the oppressor? How the Egyptians
with their chariots and horses were swallowed up in the
waters of the Red Sea.
THE SUEZ CANAL
THE SUEZ CANAL
tlons.
-Through which pass the ships of all na-
PORT SAID
PORT SAID���"The wickedest place in the world."
EGYPT
EGYPT���The land of the Pharaoh and of the Nile.. The land
of the pyramids, from whose height "forty centuries look
down upon you" and likewise upon the grave of many a
valiant "soldier of the Queen." Aboukir Bay, the scene
of the battle of the Nile, immortalised by the famous
poem "Casablanca."
"Tlie boy, oh. where was he?
Ask nl the winds lh..I Inr minimi
Willi fragments strewed the sea
With nm**) ami helm and pennant fair
That well had borne their pari
Hut the ii��.lilf-i thing lhal perished there
w.i*. tlml > ig faithful heart."
THE MEDITERRANEAN
THE MEDITERRANEAN���Which floated the navies of Greece
and Rome in their time.
GIBRALTAR
GIBRALTAR���The frowning evidence and  symbol  of British
power.
LONDON
LONDON���The world's greatest olty.
NEW YORK
NEW YORK���The home of John D. Rockefeller and Chrlaty
Mathewaon.
Then home again to your own fireside, where on the long winter nighta you may In fancy travel again to strange landa
and aee atrange alghta.
OUR   PROPOSITION-
One of our clients has placed with ua for aale 42 excellently
situated lota and sure money makers.
The prices are low and the terms easy���$50.00 down will
secure a loL
Eaoh purchaser gets a numbered ticket, a duplicate of whioh
la put In a box and a drawing made by aome reputable
citizen agreeable to the purchasers.
The holder of the lucky number will be entitled to a first-class
trip around the world, all necessary expenses paid-starting from Prince Rupert and ending at Prince Rupert after
circling the globe.   This Is not a lottery scheme.
EVERY PURCHA8ER GETS A  FIRST-CLA88 INVESTMENT
A PRINCE RUPERT LOT  -THE  BEST INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD.
GET ON THE BAND WAGON���The lots are going fast and you may lose the opportunity of a lifetime.   Only 17 left
if you can't come at  once  No. 295.     Open evenings  from 7  to 8.30.
H. F. McRAE & CO.,
ty** ���     OiaumS     rt MU
Wefe lo'navo Detail her bridesmaids." foua fllnVsV,
A
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
a***\tm**,A     aj* THE DAILY NEWS
HOWARD
WATCHES
The finest Xmas Box and the
finest Railroad Watch in the
world. We have them ranging in price from $37.50 to
$170 each. We also carry a
large 9tock of ladies' and gentlemen's watches in Waltham,
Elgin, Hamilton and Illinois
movements all grades. New-
Solid Gold Jewellry, Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass, Etc.,
arriving dally.    :
Wark's
.THIRD A VENT E JEWELERS..
**y*y*a*ts*%
CITY HALL PROGRESS
Concrete Walls of New Building
Show Now.
Fine View Corner
IN SECTION   TW
$2,250
���IN SECTION   TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 5
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Av*. Princa Rupert, B.C.
i
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Fiora Vancoarer ��r Seattle
FOR AU POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
tnd Av..    Haa* ot Cantr* St.   Phon. lis
Lumber casings were removed
this morning from the concrete
ground floor walls of the new city
hall, and the unfinished concrete
walls revealed look pretty solid
struct uros. II is necessary to
have the concrete work complete
liefore the frost appears.
Christmas Season.
Al Kf.'ley's a large assortment
.>f just the proper gifts for "him"
ur "her." if
I
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
H'^s^,��r*^aa-^a��-fcii-^as-^ai"a_iar-fc4s*-^ii**^ai
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S. S. Camosun Christmas Sailings.
The CamOSUn Will leave Prince
Hup.-rt for Vanoouver Deo. -2 al
io p. in., arriving al Vanoouver
Sunday night. For further Information   si-.-   Rogers   Steamship
Agency. g|
Baptist Church Sunday.
"Docs Religion Reoonstruol
Life?" will be the subject of the
Rev. Warren Hastings .McLeod's
sermon at the Haptist Church
Mclnlyi'i- Ball} oil Sunday evening at 7:30. There will "be the
regular   morning   services   and
classes.      A   OOrdial   welcome   is
given  In  all.
Shipping  Notes.
The steamer Cetrianna berthed
thia morning al c ..'clock, and the
Coquitlam   al   about   the   Bame
hour.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Eire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plata Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared Direct
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMI-ANY.
P.S. -noom *nil Rentals.
Camosun Notice.
The Camosun from Vanoouver
berthed ibis morning al 8 o'clock,
pulling oul again at '.�� fur Stewart,
Salesgirls wauled ��� Wallace's.
Learn to Dance
 AT	
KINGS DANCING ACADEMY
Ve   refund  your  money   if   we  do   not
tench you to dance for the  price
of one   ticket.
Wednesdays    and   Saturdays
in Sons of England  Mull; at 8 p.m.
T
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For Rent
********** ii**mi********a**T**���*%
Rent
ForRent���Nice clean, warm .-.in f. .r t j.1.1.- roomi.
Rate. S6c and up.   Klngt'-sMv-* ll.ei.-l.        tf
For R��nt-Two room��d cabin, clote lo M.'llrl.l...
frcihly papered and cl��an, only $10 per monlh.
II F. McRae A Co. t-f
1-
Inaurance
J
OUR Compai.le* are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every known class of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Wanted
H^4S*fc4l-^4l**^l^
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
Wanted to rent or leaie by first of January. 5 or
6 room modern houae, cloie in. State term, to
Box 89.
Maternity nuru open for engagement. Apply
Box 2169 Newi. tf
Wanted. ��� Dreeamaking. cleaning and preae-
ing, repairing for men and women. Mrs .'itarl.t
Percher. 89) Third Ave.   Phon. 294 Red.     tf
.MAHIiV- Why remain lonely? Thc l.lcal
Iniiuiliii'tlon ciiil. H>ad<< in happiness A
strli-lly private, hlpa-i-lis*., up-to-date
in.,Hum fur i'irr|iir|l\ iiiii..riu,nm wniiiiy.
in.hi-i.ii-.mM.' people nf any nallunallly,
I'i'llgltiii. age, or llnan.lal runillllon.
Many ponplt- walling, rich and poor,
l-arin-iilai's. rice. Plain, sealed t-nvelopi-.
I. .:. Wilson, box 17;.'., Vancouver, B. C
MUST  MUZZLE   IT.
Lady
of Oolor Admonished
oauae of Her Dog.
Se
rin II I* Lewis, a colore dimly, was
admonished in lho polico court
this m..riling for having a dog
suid fo be vicious. She was ordered lo muzzle lhc animal, which
she declared was safe as a tamo
lamb.
Decorate I Garlnnds ,bells, flags,
etc.���Wallace's.
"I
! j       Lost and Found
r FOUND-2.Small K.yi.   Inqulraat N.w. Offlce.
22Mf
r
Real Estate
MAYST^""'
C T. P. Tranifer Af ent.
(Inter* promptly Mlad.    Price, rmeonable.
OFFICE   H. B. Roche.!*.. Centre 8|     Phon. it.
Admiral Schleys Own Story
A man died the other dav, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval hero popular because championed by the people, though officially
denied the full fruits of his long und
brilliant service. This man was Admiral Schley, hero of Santiago, one of
the great sea-fighters of history.
Shortly before his death Admiral
Schley completed for Cosmopolitan u
-.erics of articles giving his personal
r collections of his forty-live years in
in the navy. He was not anxious to do
this for there was at least one old
sore that an autobiography must reopen. But we urged upon him the
fact that nearly four million readers ] 2 Lots
would see each instalment of liis Btory, : M
and most of these readers believed, j at 7 per ct'nt'
with Admiral Dewey, thijt the men who'3 I*ot?' ''"Vk 7. J-ection *��� &*** *2500
, .u , i a *x. _. <��� .. . each. 1-1 cash, lialnnce 1, 1, and 3
stood on the deck of the Brooklyn that      yi���Arii Ilt - |)cr C1,|lt
July Sunday in'98 was entitled  to the ! i i.���t, block 28, section 5,  price $525,
*22i) cash, bai.  $50 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 22, section 7,
3
Lot for Sale in Section .'���. Block 22. Lot IS, Tth
Ave.   Apply Mike Hun.li. Box 682City.      ti
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Stenographer
Princess May South.
At 0 n. m. today tho steamer
Princess May called, southbound
from Skagway, and left at 0 with
sumo 10 passengers for Vancouver from Prince Hupert.
American Boat In.
The   steamer   Curacoa   called
last night on her way north from
Seattle     to     Skagway,     landing
freight.
FUNERAL OF SERVIAN
Large Montenegrin Funeral Waa
Held  In Olty  Today.
Eastern stenographer of wide eiperience wanta
position. Address "Stenoerapher." 662 Cor-
dove St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
Water Notice
i-i   nun*   .'..at    oi    inr    I *���.*������
n, block 21*. MCtlon I, price 98.000   The water (s to be Uken frot
cash,   balance li,   12,   18 months fS-\*m^Sm^t*^
I. Alfred Chri.tian Garde or Prince Rupert, oc.
cup.tlon Mining Engineer, give n.-tlc. that on the
-'-ih day of December. 1911, I Inund to apply to
the Waler Commiiiuoner at hi. offlce In Prince
Kupert for a lleenee to Uke and um two cubic
I feet of water per t-eeond froman unnamed .trv-.ni
In the Dlitrict of Cout Range .'.. Skaena Dlvl.lon.
i-i mile eaat of the Tyee Sution, O.T.P. IIv.
'rom the itraam about
let. and il lo be used
tiuary iltuaud at tha
nutlet uf uld creek, along the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Il.il.si Nuv. 2Sth, Itll. .in
glory of that great victory. So he
consented. Not in the cut and dried
way, but unlocking his secret soul us
he hud never done before. The tirst
installment of the autobiography, the
life story of a man worth while in the
nation's history, appears in the Christmas number, Subscription to Cosmopolitan will be accepted until December
10th at the special low rate to Canada
of $1.G0. Cosmopo'itan Agency, Box
851 Winnipeg.
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FOR SALE
Lot 19
" 10
" 12
Lot 16
" 61-62
1-3 cash
1-3   "
1-3   "
Block 33      Sec. 7      Price $575.00
"2        "7 "   1100.00
"    37        "   7 "   1400.00
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Block 16      Sec. 2      Price 1000.00 $351.25 cash
"    12        "   2        "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
Third  Avenue
PETER McLACHLAN
REAL ESTATE TIMBER
MINKS
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price $600,
1-2 cash, balance eusy.
Lot!'. block 2, section 7 with 4-room
house, $1837.   $G00 cash, balance $30
per month.
Double  Corner,   block   4,   section   8,
Price $800,   1-4 cash,   balance 6, 12
and 18 months at 7 per cent.
Lots in block 11, section  8,   price $300,
$25 cash, balance $10 month.
Lots in block in, section  8,   price $275
each, $25 cash, balance $25 month.
*** LEASES
!>9 year lease corner Second Ave. and
Sixth Street.
99 year lease corner Third Avenue and
Pulton Street. 8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government Dock $6 and
ground rent to G. T. P. Stores on
Second Ave.
Tenders Wanted
We invite your listings. We advertise in many papers and in many ways
��� we have olllces in other cities���our
equipment should interest you.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Sealed und.it will be received by the undersigned up till 6 p.m., December 14th, Itll, for tha
excavation for waur pipe ai .hown on plan and
profile which together with full Information and
form of tender can be obulned from the city engineer. The loweit or any Under not nirnatrlly
a*'ccpted.
W. M. DAVIS. E. A. Wimps.
lx City Engineer City Clerk
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned un to Dec. 15, 1911, for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
5 ton lots as required.
The lowest or sny tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. HOSPITAL ASSOC.
Shoes..
Hi;. 1.NU   AVKN.'I*.
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
ram.*.* m i-i.st
I BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Pricea
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
The funeral of Musika Ita.iko-
vlch, the Servian who was ncci-
ili'iiiully killed up the line while
out hunting, look place this
afternoon nt 1:30 from E. L.
Fisher's funeral chapel.
The tlerensed was well known
in the olty and n large number
>.f Montenegrins nnd Servians nl-
I.'ii.le.l the funeral, which was
under the auspices of the Servian
Society.
COAL NOTICE
SkMna Laid DIatrlot���Diatrict ol Queea Charlolt
I riant-
Tali, notlea that Aujiln M. Brown ol Frince
Rupwt, aaddler, Intendi to apply  to the Chiel
Helping You to Afford to Buy a Piano
YOU  DON'T  HAVE TO  BE RICH TO  BUY A
Gerhard   Heintzman
PIANO
Even the highest priced ones. You simply have to be
responsible. We meet you on your own grounds as to
terms of payment. We solve for you the question of
when you can afford to buy, for we apportion the
payments so that all "money pinch" la eliminated,
You can own a piano now. Come in and select it���or
order it. A new era in your home commences from
the hour you  install  it  there.
I
F. D. KEELEY
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EXCLUSIVE AGENT
ALDER BLOCK, 6th SBEET AND 3rd AVENUE.
^lg^s^aBi!^^^^g^liX-^^s^a^g
I Fort George %aff Let Us Tell You Why |
E3 SOUTH HAZELTON is the last coming city.    Now is your elm* et to S
****= get in on the ground floor.    Literature and information free. S
= Prince Rupert Offerings ��
~ Lot 31, Block 16, Section 1, with buildings, rent $10.1 month =
= $8000.    Terms. =
== Uts 90-91, Block 10, Section 2, $1000 each, $392.50 cash, balance B
��� 1, 2 and 3 years. ���
== Ix>t 41. Block 6, Section 2, $1325, $387.50 cash, bsl. 1, *>. 8 years, 9
= Lot 125, Block 20, Section 2, $600, $237.50 cash, bai. 1, t, 8 J * in ���
������ i���>U 1-2, Block 9, Section 5, with buildings, rent $92 month, ���
*= $4500, $2500 cash, terms. =
= Lot 15, Block 30, Section 6, $800 cash, $S".0 terms. =
EE Lot 8, Block 29, Section 7, $350 cash, $4(Hi terms. ���
Th. COLLART      -      225 (tt Street Sole Agenl
Box 806 Natural Rclource.Security Co.. Ltd. I    ���'���'   ���'.
t.u|*-ui,    aau'iin,     uiifuua     ���>*������
f ummiaalonrr of l<anda and
l  fur  w
followini
for a licence
���urn on ond
daacribed Undo on tho Weat
proapect for cool. oU ond potroleum on ond
undor the following *>*m
Cout of Graham laland:
('i-mmencing ot o poot planted throo milea ioot
of tho northaaM cornar of C. L- No. 4469 thonc*
oooth B0 cholna. thanea BO cholno **r*aft, thaneo (U
chaina north, tbonoa 80 chaina aut to point of
commancamanL        	
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Locotod Auniot lot, llll.
Puh. Aug. lV
Skaano Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Queon Charlolt
Toko notico that thirty dan rrom dato, I, C. K
Haintrr of i'rinca Hupart, ll. t\ by occupation
bookkaapor. Inland to apply lo lho ChM Com-
mtaaloner of I-an.la for a lk*ne* to proapoct for
cool and patrolaum on and undor 640 ocroa of
land on (iraham laalnd doanibad oa followa:
Commannng at a paat plantod laro milea north
of C. C B. Coal Lata* No.  IS, markad N. W. !
cornar C. E. B. Cool Laaaa No. 24, thonc* oouth \
M chaina,  lhanoo oaat  SO chaina,  thane* nortb |
80 chaina, thenca araat 80 chain* to plao* of commencement.
Datad Sopt. 12. 1911.    C. K. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. SapL U.
Skoona Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Quaan Charloti*
Tako notice that thirty dava from data, I, C. E.
Balntor of Prlnco Rupart, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Inland lo apply lo tba Chief Com-
mteioner of 1 jn.lt for a llconc* tn p.ro*p*et for
eoal and potrolaum on and under $40 acrat of
land on Graham laland deaeribad aa followa:
Commanclng al a poat plantad two ml.ee notrb
of etake markad C. E. B. (oal Laaaa No. 4, markad
N. E. corner ( . K. B. Coal Loaao No. I, thenca
aouth 80 chaina, thaneo waat SO chaina, thence
north 80 chaina, thanea oaat SO cbaiu to plaoa of
eommencement,
Dated Sept. 11,1*11.    C. E. BAINTER. Locatoi
Pub. Sapt. U.
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Rexall Remedies
Dulce Perfumes
Harmony Toilet Requisites
Ligget's and Fenway Chocolates
All Rexall Preparations
We know the composition of each preparation and can honestly recommend them to
all, also there is an absolute guarantee to the purchaser
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