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Array THE   WEATHER        <
Twenty-four hours ending r.u.n
Dec. 2
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47.0 45.0     2H.H71     .85
The Daily News
NEXT MAILS
Fok south
Cumosun Sunday, 9 p.m.
Foil Noiith
PrlnOSH May  Montlay p.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Price Five Cents
THE BARQUE 'CARRONDELET'
MAY BECOME A TOTAL WRECK
CAPTAIN FREEZE AND CREW Or SIX TAKEN OFF BY TUG LAST
NIGHT���VESSELL 8AID TO EE BADLY HOLED AND
COAL OARQO LIKELY TO BE LOST.
Prom lhe scene of Ihe Curron-
ilelfl wreck on Holland Hocks lhe
inti Printer returned yesterday
evening, bringing ..tv Captain
Freeze and six men from the
stranded barque. An effort wns
made unsuccessfully by the tug-
nii*ii In r< ver the hawser, which
had lo he slipped when Hie barque
ran  ashore.    Another effort will
in- made today.
The Carrondelel is badly
aground, having slid si.ine twenty
feel or iiiore down the reef, tearing her boll.mu badly, it is
doubtful now if she can be gotten
00 al all.    The sea runs heavily
on Holland Hocks, and lhe vessel
bumped a good deal.   Her cargo
 isisis of 315,000 foot of lumber
and iluii tons of coal, and the
latter will be a total loss unless
salving of  the  bull  can  be  ef-
reeletl.
The reason for lhe stranding is
said In have been the swerving
of Hie vessel caused hy wind and
I id.- when passing Ihe danger
point. The keel loiichcd and before the lug could regain control lhe hulk hail drifted hard
aground) the falling tide and sea
running doing the rest <>f the
mischief.
PAID $6,575 FOR
A CORNER LOT
Wilfrid Grattan of Vancouver
Sprang ��� Surprise at the Sale
This Morning���The Top-Notch
Prloe So Far.
Lot 10, block t>. section 8, the
oorner of Sec.ml and Atlin avenues, commanding the right-
hand approach to lho whole scc-
iioii, was bought tin*- morning by
Wilfrid (iralian afler lively bidding for $8,575. The purchaser
slopped olT the   i-aiii..sun   from
Vancouver    tin-    i ning.    and
with liis wad iu In- | kel. walked
up lo the arena nf real eslulo
activity and pffecled llie purchase
iu quiet, .lei.-r ci manner.
Prices maintained, iheir high
rango Iheroughoul ibe morning's
sale, block .'. I..Is going ul from
si.-Mill lo $2,300. Lots adjoining the corner of Boi I avenue
-ami  Atlin  wiih  double  frontage
feleheil from 13,050 lo |��,150.
Block 20, *ot r,c, A. B. Wright;
11,480.
Hlock 20, lol r.7. A. B. Wright;
11,440,
Block 20, lot* lie, 81, 0. Angell:
$l :::n.  each.
Hlock 20, lot 88, Mr. Tetiippl:
$1,265.
Block 10, lots 68, 64, Mr. Couture;   )1.210 each.
Block 20. lot* 6">, 611, II. Cohen:
|1,4B6 each.    ���
lilock 20, lot 67, .1. Shirley nnd
M. Griffith;  fl,'-	
Block 1. lot 1, Mr. K.l.h.nii;
18,060.
Block I, I in 8, 8, 4, ���"., ��'. T T.
McClymont;  $��!�� sacb,
Block 1. loU x. 6, I". Mr* Weatenhaver,  $1,110.1  each.
Block  l, lot, ii. wm.  MeLeodi
$060.
Block 1. lol  12. ll. Wnlson;  $030.
Hlock 1, lots IS, H. 16, 16, 17,
is, J. Goodman; $iiiu each,
Block l. lots 18, 10, 11, 18, 18, B.
p. McMordie; I860 Bach.
Hlock **. Iota 10, 81, I. M.'1'lier-
snii;    $82n   each.
Hlock 8, lota 88, l8���Oller Besneri
$X10 each.
Block 2, lota 24. 86, Mr. Mol.er-
ly;   $810 each.
Block 2, lots 86, 27, J. Ilootlmini;
$800 each.
Block 2, Intl. 28, 88, Mr. Sclicln-
man;  $2,070.
Block 3, lou 42, 13, .i. Orahami
$910 each.
Block   3,   lot   44.   P.   McCloskcy;
$8��0.
Block 3, ton 46, 41!. Mr. BarSO"
bert;  $830 each.
Block 3, Iota 47, 48, 18, 60, Mr.
Weatenhaver;  $810 SSCb,
Block 8, I0U 61, 68, ".'in"" *
Crock; |2,100.
Block 4, lOU 6, 0. ���'' BrOOHsbSCll
and O. Hlllln.-I; |1.66 ******
lilock 4. lol 7. J- Murray   H.066.
Block 4, lOU 8, li. 0, Kearney;
$1,100 each. 	
Block 4, lo.a  10, 11,  18, I't.  ';'���
Tstmpssan Syndicate; IM" -**������
Block 4, Iota 16, 16, T. P. *'<*<*
tullo;  $3,326.
Block 6, h.is li- ��. *' "��� *""
llama;   $3,080.
MACNAMARAS MAKE CONFESSION
James Admits That He Blew Up Los Angeles Times Building, and
John Admits He Blew Up the Llewelyn Iron Works
DRAMATIC END TO SENSATIONAL TRIAL
Prosecutor Will Ask for Life Sentence on James Who  Caused  Death  of Twenty-
One  Men���Sentence of  Fourteen   Years Will  be Asked for John���Labor
Leaders   are   Astounded  at Sudden Turn of   Events
Block S, lot 14, J. Nuttall; $1,230.
Block S, lot 15, J. Nebring; $1,230
Block a. lots 16, 17, 18, 18, T.
MrClymont;  $1,080 eacl-
Hiock r>, lots 20, 21. I'. Palmer
and J. II. Hilditch;  $1,080 ea:h.
Block 5, lota 22. 23, Mr. Vance;
$1,080  each.
Block 5. lots 24, 26, 26, 27, Tsimpsean Syndicate;  $1,080 each.
Block 6. lots 11, 12, 13, O. Angell;  $2,100 each.
Block 6, lota 14, IS, C. Johan-
aon;   $1,600.
Block 7, lots 17, 18, Mr. Orous-
man; $1,876 each.
Block 7, lot 19, J. Hamilton,'
$1,766.
Block 7, lots 20, 81, W. H. Mc-
CIcod; $1,780 each.
Block 7. lot 22, O. Kearney;
$1,780.
Hlock 7, Iota 23, 24. P. I, Palmer
and J. H. Hilditch; $4,030.
Block 8, lots 1. 2. A. Nlcholaon;
$2,860.
Block 8, lol 3, J. Klund;  $1,025.
Block 8. lota 4. 6, 6, Mr. Weatenhaver;  $980 each.
Hlock 9, lola 7, 8, O. Kearney;
$880 each.
Hlock 8, lota 9, 10, Edith McMor-
���lle;  $825 each.
Block 8, lola 11-12, C. B. Denny;
18,686,
Block 10, lota 13-14, Wm. J. Alder;   $2,960.
Block 10, lola 15, 16. 17, 18, 19,
���in, 81, 22. 0, Angell;  $1,240 each.
Block 10. lots 23-24, Robert Robb;
$2,950.
Block 11. lots 13-14, n. Angel:
M.T06
Block II, lola 16, 16, 17, 18, Mr.
Westsnbaver; $1,200 each.
Illo.k 12. lots 17, 18, 19. 20, *���*.
22 23, 24, 25, Mr. Weatenhaver;
$800 each.
Block IS, lot 2��, II, R. McCleod;
$1.42"
Block 14, lol 12, Mr. Rollny; 16841
Block    14.   lots   13,   14,    16,   Mr.
Westeohawj $650 each.
Block 16, lots 13, 14, .:. Bain;
$5211 each.
Block 15. lot 16, Mr. Podslth;
$480.
Block 15, lola 16. 17. Mr. Han
ami; $4:in each.
Block 16, lot 18. Mr. MrC:"ougli;
$430.
Hlock 16, lot    18, .1-    I.a*.i;:lilln:
$430.
Hlock   16,   lot  20,   A.   MoAIII-Uri
$430.
BlOOk 15, lols 81, 22, .1. 0. Blilr-
ley;  $430 each.
Hlock 16, lots 23-24. Mr. Denip-
���ty;   $1 025.
Hlock  17. lota 13,  14, 0.  M.  He!-
gsrson;  $410 each.
Hlock 17, lot 16, Wm. McCleod*
$416.
Block 17, lola 16, 17, Mr. McCor-
���:!,k;   $400  each. j
Block  17. lots 18, 19, 20, Mr   M.l
Oouiure; $400 each.
i|i,���*k 17. lot 21, V. Hultoii; $400
,1 look 17 lot 22, II. Harrla; $400.
Bunk  17. lot  IS, Mr.    Qordoni
$400.
HlOCk 17, lola 24, 26, Mr. Ilamb-
lln;   $400  each.
IPook 18, lola 1-2, Wm. N. never-
idgOl   $840.
Block 18, lols 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 I.
10,   11.   12,  O.  M.  Helgerai.ii;   $415
sack. ,,
Block 11/101 25, 0. Angell,
$1,200.
(Continued on pane 4.)
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Los Angeie-s. Gal., Dec. *'.���
This morning .lames ami John
MoNamara sit in their ceils, the
former the confessod murderer
1 liai placed lhe bomb whioh blow
up ami wi ke.l the Los Angeles
Times building In the early hours
of October 1, 1010, thereby oaus-
Ing the deaths uf 21 persons, a nl
the latter, by his own confession,
guilty of having dynamited, the
l.ew.-llyn I nui Works mi Christmas im> or 10161
The 1 rial reached a dramatic
climax yesierilay afternoon when
twenty minutes afler Mi.* court
reopened Imili men made confessions and wenl back lo prison
quarters.
Sentences will be delivord on
Tuesday, Deomber 5th, when lhe
Prosecuting Attorney will ask for
11 tile sentence tor .lames and I '.
yenr*" in lho penitentiary for
John. This disposition hud practically lieen arranged between the
Iwo sides previous In lhe opening ni' courl,
The conclusion of the oaso
eiiini* as a greal surprise to
everyone. The leaders In lha
labor world are astounded, as
ihey hail believed the two prisoners to be inn int.
PROPERTY OWNERS HAVE ORGANIZED
AND WILL TAKE A HAND IN THINGS
Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8 Unite, and Will Consider Whether They Wiil Also Unite With
Section One Ratepayers��� Latter Body is Said to Intend to Bring out
a Competent Council for the Coming Year
TUG WILLIAM JOLLIFFE HAS
HOPES OF RESCUING THE TEES
AT 10 O'CLOCK THI8 MORNING  THE TUG ENTERED KYUQUOT
SOUND ON HER 8EARCH���THE TEES' DISTRE8S
SIGNAL WAS HEARD AGAIN LAST NIGHT.
The wireless station em Digb)
Island reports that Hie Ing William   Jolliffq   entered   Kyupuol
Bound   at   lu   this   i ning   in
search of tho steamer Tees,
which was heard calling for help
al    li    o'eliiek    last    night.      The
mountains surrounding the
sound prevent wireless communication from following the lug,
but hopes are fell lhal new*. ,,l
the    rescue   of   the    Tees   or   her
crew will soon In- made known.
Victoria,  Deo,  -.'.   .Great  wus
lho  relief occasioned  bore  laal
in-lii when Ksli'viin wireless slit -
linn reported thut al 5:45 p. m.
a communication was heard from
the steamer Toes, which was
sending   the  S.II.S.   distress   cull.
Estevan rcporld there was every
hope lhal all mi bourd are well.
Estevan, Triangle nnd resoue
steamer aro using evorj effort lo
secure III.- p..sitiiiii nf Hi,.
Wl ke.l vcssol,
Better Buys Yet.
H   you    bate   ini.-ssed   lhe   lies!
buys in s.-t-iion 8, .Mm oan si ill
y.-i siiiisraclii.il al Scotl, Froud
e\ Co.'s. niir boots and shoes ure
- I Milu.- for your money,   it
BUILDING PERMITS
They Total Just $50 Less Than
$6,000 for This Week.
RatepnyiTs of Sections 5, ii. 7.
ami 8 assembled In the Presbyterian church bull last night, and
afler considerable discussion decided to organise Into "The Property owners' Association of
Prince lluperl," an executive 00m
inillee of twelve, three from each
s.-.-t ion. was elected by standing
vol.-, as follows:
Seciion Five���W. II. Montgomery, A. .I. Qalland, I'. M. Lannio.
Beolion Six���E. ll. Mortimer,
D. ll. Morrison, A, Qnapp,
Scclion Seven���A. w. Edge,
.1. a. Brookabank, .1. O'Brien.
Section I'i-*Iii���John Carroll.
T. W. snviile, A. Flexman,
A, Qnapp presided over the
m.'.'hug. The most Important
question brought up was a suggested union between the Prop
erly Holders' Association, representing the aboVe sections, aud
ibe Hat.'payers' Association, representing Scclion 1. An allegation by W, ll. Montgomery
that Hie latter association was
run by a ring which was also re-
sponsible I'm' ihe starting of this
new organization, resulted in the
naming of the "Ratepayers' Association" leaders as follows:
President, W. .1. Alder; Secretary,
.1.  11.  Pillsbury; Treasurer,  1	
Maker; Executive. Messrs. II. lingers, ll. F, Mollae, H. A. While,
.1. Lome McLaren and W. T. Robinson,
It was decided lhal no idea of
union of the iwo bodies sbonlil
I nlertained until thc "Properly Holders" bad properly organised. Btrong fooling was shown
againsl  union al ull.    Meanwhile
lhe executive <>f twelve will proceed   lo   elect   ..Ulcers,   and   next
Friday night another meeting will
be belli In uml.<mice these.
.Messes. 11. F. MoRae and \V. T.
Robinson were present on behalf
of ihe "Ratepayers' Association"
as well as being properly owners
in other secti.uis. They slated thai the desire of Ihe Scclion
uue organization was towards
union, and thai il existed simply
io protect tbo'rights of ratepayers ami In ensure if possible the
return of a competent oily council nexi year. This object is the
same as lhal of the "Properly
Owners" who. however, have in
view the needs nf their section
I,,i' substantial Improvomnls.
The 1 ling was distinctly again-! any sm-l of political color
in the proposed organization.
Hiiilding permils for Hi week
ending today ure as follows: Mr.-.
I.iim- will build a residence on
Fourth avenue nt a cosl of SI.2.10.
W. .1. McMillan is granted permit for his new S 1,1)0(1 warehouse
ul the wu ter front, and Williurn
Blanc bus permil to build n $700
residence on  Fiflh avenue.
A SPECTACULAR EVENT OF THE WEEK
Admiral Schley's Own Story
A man died the other dsv, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval here popular '...,'.���. championed by the people, though officially
denied the full fruits of his long and
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 a
series of articles giving his personal
recollections 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
would see each instalment uf his story,
and most of these readers believed,
with Admiral Dewey, that the men who
stood on the deck of the Brooklyn that
July Sunday in ''.,s was entitled to the
glory of that great victory. So he
consented. Not in thc cut antl dried
way, but unlocking his secret soul aa
he had never done before. The Drat I
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 accented until December
10th at the special low rate to Canndn
of $1.50. Cosmopo'itHii Agency,JJHox
Mil Winnipeg.
TO HOLD NOVEL BAZAAR
Women's    Auxiliary of St.    Andrew's Plan an  Interesting
Entertainment.
.Next Wednesday will be a gala
.in*, around Maolnlyro Hull. Both
in the aft.'ruin.11 ami ihe evening
n bar.uur will he in progress, run
by    Ihe ladies   >>f BL   Andrew's
church. There will he nil (ho usual temptations 1,1 "loosen up"
nml .,,ine new mies. A Maypole
.Ian.*,��� ami 0lh.-I- features will be
porformed. The afternoon enler-
iiiini.ieiit will be free nf enlranoe
uu.I 11 small charge will In- mad,,
ai  night.    Don'l spend all your
 no}  -.it Section Two. Leave a
little for tin- bazaar on Wednesday.
Choicest liquors and cigars at Savoy.
Hospital Board Monday.
For luck of u quorum yesler-
daj afternoon the hospital bourd
11 dug was culled "If until .M011-
ellll  III   1  p. III.
Guaranteed-our ladies' rain  coats
return if not satisfactory.     Wallace's.
-.'ust to Remit d You.
1 in -ii, a-, win se,,,n he bore
111- ��� 111 neglect your wardrobe. For
11 custom tailored suit or over-
Coat   s.*e Sweder III*.....  Ilclgci son
' block. ��t
Good Investment.
In tin- excitement <>f lm>ing In
-.'.'lliill   ���.'   don'l    forgOl   where   In
get the besl value for your money
in boots ami shoes. Sell.
Froud .v Co.'s sh.n- Store, Third
avenue, 11
Scene at the last Consistory in Dec. 11)07, when Pope I'ius X conferred thc re.l hat on three princes of the Church
The   aboVO   scene   porll'liys   Ihe
splendor winch aooompanlod the
nlnvallon of Lho Archbishop of
Host,ni, lhe Arohblshop of New-
York and Mgr-  Faloonlo to the
cai'diiialc Ihis week.
���i'i, iiege of oardinals la re-
ilrlcted to seventy members, who
ink,- rank us princes of the
church, nml as such take rank in
Uuroi vor all oxoepl the members of Lho royal families.
The chief oulward sign of cardinal dignity is the soarlet robe
nml si'iiilel Iiiii. This hat, a
round top ohapsau with a broad
CUI'I} brim, is usually never worn
again, oxoepl al funotions in
Home oommomorallvo of the
pope's coronation.
The usual lieadwear of a cur-
ilninl    is   the   scarlet,   skull   cup
,-<aHed the zuoobello,
Toric lenses for comfort. -Cameron's
Funeral Notioe.
The funerals of John Kclemel
ami \i linn* I*!. Cox will lake place
t -,e>i I*,. I,. Fisher's funeia
chapel Me.11.lay morning, w. J.
Mali,ui of Ihe Salvation Army will
1 ..ih' nil... Interment ui Garden
Island.
I  Presents for   abroad    many  things
easily sent by mail.    Wallace's tf
REr.KLS CAPTURE NANKING
This Is the Nth Time It Has Been
Captured by the Newspapers.
(Special to Dally News.)
Shanghai,   l.ee.   !,     The   Chinese   rebels    Inok    possession   of
the  city   of  Nanking   early   Ihis
Saltirdiiy    morning afler several
.lays' bombardment.
Specialists in titling  glasses.--Cameron's.
I '.mt,,rnim Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
Presbyterian Services.
"TWO   I n,-X| led  .lu.lgii Is"
will be Ibe topic of lho llev. F.
W. Kerr's address in lhe Kmpress
Theatre tomorrow night al 7:30.
The morning service at 11 will
be bel.l in the Presbyterian hall
,,11 Fourth avenue* near McBride.
1 ut Wednesday evening the Pres-
bylcrlan Club will hear Mr. Fred
Blork m an address on " A Jaunt
Through Kuropo," Mr. stork
visited I...n,I,.11 ,luring ih,- Coronation, an,1 afterward \isitcd
Europe aa far as Rome and Pompeii, The lectin., promises to be
of unusual Interest, and a.lmis-
-le'll      I-      ll	
Scienlilic eye i-xatninatii.il al Camer
ons.
������ -���___���������--���
At the Auditorium.
\ now selection ol Music in-t
arrived, an.l there will be .lam ing
ami -k,iiin1. in,in n..w on, commencing Sal. Deo. tnd.   You .-uu
i-illn* .lam r skale or both   |,n
ilu-   ..ilm*   money,     l.adius   free
Sal.  .'���..'. i't
fowling League.
F,   Henning   ..f   ths   Premier
team made a I,>tul <if 8SS nl tlie
league match at Morrison's bowi-
Ing aiie. lust 11,-to. Premiers
i.eiii ..null Drivers by 21.
Nows From the Front.
Send.   Fraud  ,V   Co.  ore   still
leading with lhe lust ami largest
Block of I Is uml shoes in lluperl. It
Mailing presents home? Many things
in ..ur stork; wc park litem so they go
safely.    Wallace's.
A BARGE AGROUND
Valuable Cargo Is In Danger Off
the Fraser River.
Vancouver, Dec. 2.���The barge
Bangor, In low nr the tug J. E.
Boydon,   went   aground   at   the
mouth  of the  Fraser yesterday.
sin-  Innl  aiu,aril  a cargo valued
at $85,000 from Britannia Ueaoh
lo Tacmna. ������
THE OAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Saturday. Dec. 2
THE RAILWAY COMMISSION AND PRINCE RUPERT.
The telegraphic dispatch from the Daily News' special correspondent at Ottawa, announcing that the Railway Commission has refused to sanction the ti. T, P. plana from Mile 0
to Milo i*. westerly from Prince Rupert, has proved welcome
Sku-iuu Land Dlslriet I n^uu-, ul Coiut Kttt.ge 6
Tuku tunic-* thul l.i*K���y 1", Grant ol l'rmcu
Kiijun, 11. 0 > ue.-e.-upi.liun civil t-nglnoei, ml,.!,In
tu u|,|,l> lur i*,'i,,ii,-r..iriii tu purcliluu un- lullovrins
ili'-ie-tiinsl lanel.:
Cui-iineiucing ut u pu.1 plunU-el abuul :l 1-2 miles
ia * northerly lllrMtHB from llu* nurthuuht corner
po.1 ol Lot ll)*,!/, llange i; e'n.i.-i Lli.lrict, tlience
out 111 chaiiu, Ihenco north til) chain., thence.
weal lu bank ol river, thencu aoutb lulluwing
bank ol rivor lo point oi cummuncemcut: containing Hit) acre., mere ur leaa.
l"ai.e.l S.-pimi, lull. LKUOY   f,   CHANT
1'Ub. OCt-  IU. lerJ.eleltl  (.'.   X'- I1IIIU-I .-.ll ll.   A_,'ll!
Skeona 1-utiii Diatrict���Dbtrict ol I'un-it llange u
Take nutico thai Louie McTaviah ul Vancouver,
occupaluMi iieini.ri wuiuan, intenda lo apply
lor permeation to purchaae the lollowiug tlu.cr.iHHl
l-uitii:
L'oniniencing at a pu.t plantod at lhe imrlli-
weal corner 1UU chuiu. ea.1 antl -O chain, nortb
(rom N. L. corner ol l.ul lllii, Harvey'a Survey
Coaal Diatrict l'.u;,;>- fi, ibenco '1x1 chuins suuili,
tbence .-,- chain, uaal. Ibence mi chum, nurlb.
thencu 40 cliuiti*. vs.i-,1, thunco til) chain, louth,
Ibeoce 40 chain. ���,---i lo puat ol couiinuneeinuul
doutalliing I,',* ucne more or luaa.
Datad sepl. IS. lull. LOTT.K McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sepl. 11 met \\. BoblST, Agent
Skeuna Land District Diatrict ul Count itange 5
Take nutice taat .'!,*��� .Mar> Mulvtllt- ul I lure,
Ireland, uccupuliun .pitlater. liitcuda lu epply
lor permlulon lo purcnaae tne lolloMlna deenbed
land.:
Cuniinonciug at a po.l pluntod uno chuin. north
ol the -Hiulbuaat corner ul Lot --.'.'. thenco uortb
4U chuina, thi-iico eu.sl 111 cliaina, llionco .outh 40
chaina, llioiic-o weal lo chain, lo point ot com-
nieiicvinotii; containing cigut*. acroa, more or iua.
Daled Oct. 11. mil. Sll-*��li;i Mi I.\ II.I.l.
I'ub. Nov. 11. Jul.r; C. Muiville, Agenl
MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE
T-ao Men Got a Ducking When
the Powder Wharf Collapsed.
Two employees of Foley, Welch
& Stewart were thrown into ths
harbor by the collapsing of the
powder wharf across the bay. One
nundred cases of dynamite and a
low eases of gasoline also
went in.
il. Johnson or the Johnson
boai house happened lo be out in
i' lowlioiil ot the time of tho on-
currehoe und nbserxe.l lhe' men
i'i the water dinging lo a log.
He promptly performed ttio
i "si-tie aat and then assisted in
*uviiig dynamite, whioh was
Touting around in the water.
U.lla , er-ri., Lund Diatrict -Di.trict uf Coaal Rang
1
Take nonce thai It. M. Cllll ol Dundalk, lr.*
land, oceopation geutiemun, intenda lu apply
lm permiaaiuii lo leaae the lollowing doacriuej
Unda: ���
Commencing  at a  poat  planltsl  ou  lhe ahore
ol   .SeclecLcuiiiiay   i.i.er uooul   iu chuina  uul
ol  Indian   li.. .1,,   1 ,,.,   ,tlience   mt*  bU  cbaina
itll.l    tilt'    lllll    te\t   ,,|* ''uUua.ng   lhe  cnannel  ul   .-.-.-cl.,:.-.-.-r.,,-..   Kiver,
i Ibence .oulb tsXl chain, mum ur Iua. lo channel
Ol     Hella    I  mrre,     ItlVtU*.     UlrlrlV     lollOWIIlg     lllJlrl..r
vi* i lli.t,.iivi* ii I     sf   ��'  ******* *****  lixsor eaaterly  oil cliuina,  north
\\ lllllll ,l\\ ell    til j ay chain, mure ur Ita. lu poinl ol cominenceiuenl:
win. purchased I ~o,4**-n.m-i t*j****t*mnot i.
Daled Auguat la, lull.
I'ub. Sepl. SQL
ll.   M.  CLOT
William McNair, Aguul
news  U. many citizens in Prince Rupert,
the judgment is eagerly being awaited.
lt means that, despite the  City  Council"*
objection to the   railway   plans,  the  cilizens
property on Cow Creek with the  idea  of  using  it  as  water*
frontage arc not going to have their rights sacrificed.
Cow Creek is llie only piece of walerfrontage in Prince ,tt^D*8gf_S|_ffilS_*li3,,_
llupert thai;hes been purchasable bj private citizens. The, ^J'r%!!;��o,,^^c_L:^'.oll^
action ul  the  railway company  in blocking up the entrance * Of I <"g"iS "aaati
ll. .      ... . .1.     ...ill. ...*        .  -.._      -... .- i.     ��� Commei.cing ul a t>oal.|eleutcd xio  cboliu -wulb
ibe creek without securing sanction  ror   their plans   was a I iron. EE mttaui em ot lui *uw.  v*m
high-handed piece of work dial robbed the property owners of
Cow Creek waterl'i-oiilage of the especial value their property
possessed.
If the railway counted on  being able  to carry out  their
opposition   later,  and   then   lo  se-1
lp ol   Ihe   City   Council's   cringing!   _skeen.Land Dutnct  OMass-tO
,,..,,,,." ,     .. ..    *P     p        lake  nonce  lhat  Augu. Jame.    McKeuiw ol
letter,  they reckon.'.!  without  the   Chairman   ol    the   Kailwav ' Vancouver,u. i..occupauoubsafekamr, munim-.
Commission,    lie has had too much experience with the way's ��.��&'ISf""-*"1 u**^***�������
Of   litllC    lippoi'lllllisl    Councils   Of   tradesmen,    hllllllllg   Olllce    f.ll-i  . *��������������".�����*��   **   *   V**X   planum   al   the   con-
,        , ,, , _,     __.   ,      ., . ,     ,      c   *-"������> v    ���-'    Uu.nc��ol Hlaca��aur rner ��i.I. Naa. over, aboul
twelve mouths, to Lie allectetl iu Ins judgments |>\ anv consid- i t��omiie.*wuiiiiruiuiiie*u��in DomuuonTelegraph
eration save thai of justice.    Chairman Mabee is the modemK sslSS*- -   --
Xmas presents���time te send them
to the Old Country ���lots of them easily mailed.    Wallace's. tf
KioaooamioecxKKKXxxxKxsecxo
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better than cure.
It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible. Eve
trouble may be avoided by the
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering anil permanent impairment of sight. We
lire properly equipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
-B^gS-*
Tlie Best
Procurable.
Absolutely pun
work l.y  force, to hush  up
cure a sanction with lhe lie
marked U. It. It .*-. I.. Corner, tnence ill cbatna
a.at. ihence bo cbaina tiurlh, tbeuce TU cbaina
.aat, llience 05 chain, .uulb lu i-.-i-.l ol commencement, containing too acrea more ur leaa.
i-i-.sj .-Mis  ill ss,.,.  Ki,i     I
Daled October ill, lull.
Hub. .\u��. IL
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Watch   Intpector.
Cor. tith St. and Second Avenue.
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise       - -       Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern  B. C.
St. George, rescuing maiden municipalities from lhe clutch of
the railroad dragons.
II is to he hoped that Judge Mal.ee will he aide to save
some of the hays for the mosquito Meet, in addition to restoring the navigable waters of Cow Creek to the properly
holders of that district
IN TABLOID D08E8.
Toronto  practically  rules Canada.    A :t per cent, majority
in over a milion votes gives Mr. Borden a 22 per cent, majority in the House of Commons.    Two-1 hi ids of that
majority comes from T.u-y Toronto.   Toronto practically rules
at present.
I'oal marked  A    1
���outh, llience -Al cualtu eoa.
tieii.i,- no cbaina uortb, tbence ao cbuiba ., -i
lo point ol commencement, containing blu   aelms
more or l.-a.
INi.l.** JIMl.s  Mrkl..\..l..
Dated Sepl.-I'I, lull.
I'ub. Nov. S.
SkMna Land Unmet -DlalrKl ol Cl
Taka nul.ee lhal  herberl McLenuan ul  Vancouver. U. I .. occupuuun real > >UU agent, Inleiid.   Thr  \,���   Kno.   Hotel  I. rii
New
Knox
Hotel
SAMIIKi. HARRISON
(NOTARY 1*1 III I.*,
V.   K. G.  GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
BESNER &   BKSNKIt.   Proprietors
lu apply lor p. r:,,....... lu purcbaae   U1.1 lulluwing
-i.a. nt-.-i land..
Commencing al a p.r.l planted al Ibe con-
fluenee ol Mack��al.*r rner aelb tlw Naaa ri.er
aboul ����.��� ,,,,.,��� aoulb ul ibe aulb Dominion
lab^raph cabin. I'oal marked II. XI. N. I.
Comer, thence ml chain, auulb, ibence nu chain.
��.*���>., Ibence to chalt*. ,..-r11.. tbence so chain.
,.|.-,-ii ii'-il ea*t to po.nl ol cummeticviucnl, cuntautuig e.tu
"    acna more or sms*.
Ian    Klnt'ilau ewrvlce.
n.|.r-uvementa.
nn   the   C'1'.-t'i i���
All the I   .,. .1 M .1-   ,
111 OS tils' III'
Canada
Dulesi Sept. JJ, ISII
I'ub. Nov. t.
HI I.l I.I.I   M.-LIANAS
E1RST AVENUE. I'RINCE RUPERT
A Boston man has secured n divorce on the ground lhat
his wife insisted on playing solitaire. Where does "Ihe eternal triangle" come in on this case.
The McNamara brothers ought to get uu exlra year apiece
for obtaining money for their defense l.y false pretenses. The
union men of America contributed gladly on lhe M.-Natnarus'
assurances that they were innoceni men. The money would
never have been contributed to save a pair of cowardly murderers  from a well deserved  fate.
SLEIGHS
for boys and girls nnd
babies from 50c. up
to $12.00 and don't
overlook   the  famoua
FLEXIBLE   :   FLYER
that preserves thi*.
rubbers     :   :   :   :   :
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for the office
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
SkMca L*n4 L>_rtnct ��� District of Lout lUn|�� o
Tftfct ttuUcv lhat 1, LhTtatvpLvt Jmm Oratta-ii
ol  _'ru.rv Hup fi.   ll. C*s weeupatwn toeumout*. j
engine***, tuUt.il to e.f{���!> lur prrniUMUD lu pufeb-w* I
Um fuUo��tat Uuvcnbwi lai.ai.
CoautMociai si ��� poet plaot-Bd ml the auuth*
wait cortMtf uf l***l Su. 1._j ��irinit> ul L-Utv
LakvtM a*, i n*rk��d Chrutopbar J. Graham'
N. t.. t en*, tl.vtic* ***l 4U caatiui. U)*DCw auutll
m rnau.��. tbaoca aaal 40 chatna. ibaoc* north 9U
chatot io [Kiat uf rom mm cam* tit. coatatnin^
s*lo aciM, mota ������> taam.
i lilil.Wt'.'Ul.K   J.\>.  iiliAHAM,   locator     I
UaU*_t*pL U. I'Jll   1|.&6.\.M. -HitbMMd 1'. *J
Laird.
Pub bn��i 10.
Skaana Land Datnrt    liutriri of Cf_wiar
Taka 1.1,new thai It H. Mr����ll of  \ ar. .....r.
H. ( . occupauon Uuckman, intaoda **��� ���*,, ,
for pannteawD lo purebaaa tha (u.luw.Df daacriin-d
laada;
<_. omnianrinc at a poU plantad 4u cbatna auuth
of Pra-ampuun No. *���>**> and ������- chatna aaat Irvin
tha Naaa Hivar u1*. **S. Cj, lhaocr tu cbaina h*����,
thanca 4U chair-e north* thanoa to thaina waal,
tbanrt 4u cbatna auulb to lha poinl of contmrocv
tnaol to cuul ait. lou acraa mora or kaa.
kl< IIA HI > llt)WAKU ITSWAK1
Datad Au��. 1BU. Jamaa T. I-ullarum. A***ml
I'uh. SagL U.
Skaana Land HUUict -Uutrtct of (cut lUn^a j
Taka notica that Uarold i. ..nmh of M_i>i>.
Alia., occupation ataiton agant, intvisda to appl>
for parrMtasoh to puichaM tba lolloatng daacntwd
landa:
t ummancing ai a putt plantad at tha aoulh-
��aat cornar ivU chali.s aait and 20 chaina north
front Nt I.. *"ii.*'t ot Lot 1116, llano; ��� hurtv>
Coaat Dutrict luntfa ... Uwaca tu chatm imi,
Ihaucr to ct-aina i.utiu, thanca 40 chatna aaau
tbar.ca M�� chaina a***.*, to pual of commauoatitviil
contatuiht J-u acna, murv or Uaa.
i'-:. . .mi   *\ ���-���*. If AHOLD  I.   SMITH
I'uh. Mi*. 34. Frad V*. Uoblar. A��ao
Skaana Land Dlairtct���Diatrtct of Coaat Karma a
laka hottra thai I. liurdon C. Lmmaraon of
rruica Hupart, H. *, , oOcupaUoa r��al aatau
brokar, inland to appl> for panutaewo lo purchaaa tba fulloainc Oaauibrd landi;
Commanclng *i a poal planta-l about t :*-*
milaa in a nonharl> duactton Irum tba northaaat
cornar poat of Lui l i��a Kan|a i, Coaal Dwuict,
thanca ii-rth 40 chain*, tbanta aaat lo rivar
bank, thanca auwth fu.lo*in�� n*.r hank ui point
ol cummancamaia, cubiatitinj IbO acraa, mora or
laaa.
Datad Sapt. ��. 1011. liUKDUN C. bMMKKSUN
Pub. OCL 10.
Skaana Land I >**'n*n I >*�����*.> i of Coatt llango 6
Taka nunc- lhal Hinam li..> XleTavlah of
Winniprf, Man., occupation barriatars tntan.lt
to appl> for (^nniawon to purchaaa tha following
daacrthad landt.
Commencing al a poat plantad al tha aouthwatt
cornar 4u cbaina eatt and 4U chaina north from
N. IC. cornar of Lot I lib, llarvt> t Survey Coaat
DUtrict Hang* it, thunce bO chaint aaat, tt-efaca
Mt chain* north, thanca Ml chaina wnt, thanca M)
chaint aouth to poal of commenceniPbt containing
.iMj arraa mora or It-ae.
DatedSept. is, loll   HlltlAM KUY McTAVlSH
, 1Mb. Sapt. U. Frad VY. Itohler, Agaat
PRINCE RUPERT INN
AND
ANNEX
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan,
r-xr.-lli-ntly furnished, with
.i.mn heat, electric light, and all
modem conveniences, being absolutely liret-class in every respect.
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on thr
coast.
Rales: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
The Economy Paint Store
���: WE   CATER   TO   THE   TRADE :���
PAINTING
PAINTS
PAPERING
OILS
KALSOMINING
VARNISHES
E. COLE, Prop.   Phone Blue 336   6th and Fraser St.
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $58. Other Stoves from $16.
NEED
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THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
Tal.ph-.oa 10
Spot the
'Seslshiptirase"
-in
FrizzelPs
MEAT MARKET
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twain's Oyster Story," containing  delicious   recipes.
Wa sell "Sudihipt" Ojitart
Fre.h From the Saa.   .   ,   .
APPETISING AS OUR OTHER SPKl'IAl.TIES,   ASK  FOR
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THE  BEST  MONEY CAN R11V
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens and Green Vegetables
���THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
FRIZZELL'S   -   -   ��.1
Skaana Land Diatrict -Dittrict of Caaaiar
Taka   notice   lhat   Chartaa   Mllliam   Hun   uf
Vancouver, ll. C, occupation intpector, Intendt
to ap|.|> for permiMMm lo purchaaa tha following
deacrilied landt:
Commencing at a poat planted at tba confluence of ll|ack��at��r river with the Naaa rivar
about i*o milea aouth from tha w-Ui Dominion
Telegraph rahin. PoM markt*) C. W. If. S. W.
Corner, thence m> chaina north, thence M> chaint
aaal, Ihence mi chaim aouth, thenca SO chaini
waat to point of commencement, containing 640
acraa mora or kaa.
- li Mil I *  WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23, 1011.
Pub. Nor. S.
Skaena Und DuUict - Dittrict of Caanax
Take notice that 1 horn at Arthur VYhita of Van*
couver,  It. C,  occupation carpenter, intendt to
apply  for  permitaion   to  purchate thr  following
deacribed landt:
Commencing  at  a   peat  planted  at   the  confluence of Hlarkaater river with Nau river, about
two milea aouth uf thr aixth Dominion Telegraph
cabin.   I'oat market) T. A  W. S. l��� Corner, thenre
bO chaint norlh, thanea Ml chaina waat, thonco ho
! chaini aouth, thence A0 chaint eatt to point of
1 commencement, containing ***** acre* more or km*.
TIIUXIAS AKTIIITi  VYIDTK
Dated Sept. 2-1. 1911.
, Tub Nor. 2.
)
Skeena Lantl Dimrict ���Dlttrfct of (oaat Kanga V
Taka notica that Juwr M. Tillman of Cedar
llapida,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   Intendi   to
apply   for  permiialon   to  purchian the  following
! i|twnt..--i landi:
Commencing at a poat planted on lhe aoutherly
���hora of Kuttymateen Inlel on the right hank
of a imall atream flowing into laid Inlet |uit eatt
of Crow Lake, Thanea aouth 20 chaint, thenoa
weat 20 chalm mora or .<���*�� to the ihore line of
(���row Uka, thenca northerly and eaaterly foi-
I lowing the thore linea ot Crow Lake, lha Inlet
I to Crow Uke and Kutaeymaleen Inlet to tha
, placa of eormn-wirement, contiinfng forty acrea
I more or laaa. l^oeated Auguit 7, 1911.
I DatedI Au��. 9. 1911. AshE  M. TALLMAN
' Pub. Aug. 12.
1��36 1911
The Bank o!
British North America
Tl lean In SmI-km.
Capital ant Rmorvo Over $7,300,000
Business Men's Banking
Money advanced to finance your
litisiness.
Local and foreign Drafts liought
aud sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
Letters of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfers issued,
payable in all tbe leading Cities
of the world.
Prince Ruperl Braach���
F. v LONG, Maaacer.
KAIEN HARDWARE COMPANY
THIRD ANENUE
Builders' Supplies
Plumbers' Supplies
I'aints
Oils
Varnishes
P.O. DRAWER 1524
HARDWARE
PHONE No. 3
Sheet and Plate Glass
Plate Glass Mirrors
Stoves, Ranges
Tinware
Granitewara
MONARCH MALLEABLE
The " Stay Satisfactory
Range."
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Skaana   Mail and Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with thc Pacific Transfer Co., 807 Third Ave., and insure prompt forwarding.
All accounts and correspondence addressed to
P.O. Boi
BEIRNES & MULVANY
will receive immediate attention
Haielton. B. C
GREENER'S
"British Empire
GUN
Here's the woilils
best Kun-a Greener Hammerless���
at a price within
the reach of all
sportsmen; its got
all the Greener
features, hard
hitting, far shooting, lasting wear;
there's nothing bet- t**f.**s
ter;   price ��p0*J
Catalog rt;
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W. W. GREENER
63-65 Bum Hill Hill Hontrc* rl. tjtx
UNION S.S. COMPANY OF
The new steel Passenger Stt Ml ��� r
"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 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -      $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only -t.iune
on the run having water-tight l-ulk-
heads and double bottom, tliu,. en
suring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Mr.
Non-Resident
Write us regarding
the value of your
Prince Rupert property, We will be pleased to keep you posted
as to conditions hero.
0. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
Real E.tale and Rental.
Office.: H.lg-T.on Block
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
F. M. DAVIS ��
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Krh~ umI Bo.,, tor llu.   NS. rat at Whs.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT ElliHTII STREET
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i n**-^M-^si*^_i-^sii**fc��r��> am***M MW ***** *���
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Cor. Third Avenue snd Sixth Si.
<*am^***x-**W
The Finmt Roomi.
Tht bMt   pillill'pnl
tnd itHm nMt*d.
Hot and cold baths.
Dlnlnv room ami
restaurant
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Sei views every Sunday In the
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REV. P. W. KERR, M.A.. PAITOR
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
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Services every Sunday at ll
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School at 2.30 p.m.
ItEV. C. R. SING, B.D. Pahtor
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Hella Coola Land District ��� District of Coast Range
3
Tako notice that 11. At. Mill ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation iiuntlentait, intends to anply lor
jit-rmiaalon to luase tin* ii-llm*. uik doscrlhed lands:
Commencit-it at a punt planted at the shore
uttar tbo N. 1-. corner ul Lot No. 3, thence north
10 chain*, thonce wunt 80 chains more or .��*���--. tu
..ist boundary ot cannery Ifiue, thence following
tho said oaat boundary suuth 40 chains more or
lesa to ahore line, tlience rollowlnic said shore
line easterly 80 chains mure or lues to point of
commencamei.t;    containing  320  acrea,  moro  or
THE GRIM REAPER WORKS
THROUGH NEGLECTED GOLDS
A slight cold does not suggest
serious danger, but the suddenness
with which a slight cold becomes
u serious cold leads to upalliug
consequences. A slight cold
demandi Immediate treatment,
Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and
Cod Liver Oil tnken at the outset
removes all possible danger.
It heals lhe inflamed parts,
strengthens the tissue and builds
up the whole system to defy
further  attacks.
The Tar is the healing agent.
The Cod Liver Oil the strengthening element; combined properly
as in Mathieu's Syrup they are
invincible.   Large bottle 35 cents.
For sale nt all elenler..
..*-.-<|.
ITEMS OF.
]jSPOR TI
Th   lh
Wl
IlllVt
WhM llrm'-iclir nnel fever nr- present .villi
1 col,! uk< Hathliu'i Neniae pSwdera to
reduce thr fever .ml .)).. ���,- p-|���."U
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Winnipeg        Vancouver       Saskatoon
11. M. CUFF
Willi.m McNulr. Aj-emt
la
Dated All-tun 11, I'lll.
I'ub. Sept. 30
Sella Coolu Lund Dliirlci- Diatrict ol Cout Itanito
Taka nolle lhal II. M CMS ol Dundalk, lr,-
l.nd, occupatiun uouUt-m.n, Intend, lo apply
ior |���*nni*iu,i, to luaae lliu lollowini; ,1, t-tiln-rl
ianda:
Commendnit at * i"1-' plunu-.! at the N. i:
cornar ol Lot 113. thenc* north 111 chain., thence
we.1 40 chain., thunce .mill, 20 chain, more ur
eaat 40 chelae moru or !.-.. lo poinl uf commune,'
mant;  eontalnini ."0 ear.*., moro or lutt.
Iim.sl Auju.i  u. rut. II.  M. .1111
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair. A_,:,i
Bella Coola Lead District- Ul.lr.cl o ICuaa. Rang
Take aotlcu thai 11. M. I'UII ol Dundalk, Ireland, occupation aenllemaii, Intend, lo apply
lor permiaaion lo leaao lhe fullowlng de-smbs-d
landa:
Commencing al a poal plantod al the N. W.
Conner ol Lot No. 4, Uieiiee m.rlli 40 chaina, thenee
aaat 40 chain., thencu auuth 40 chaina muro or
laa. lo ahor* line, Ihenc following ahore line
weaterly 40 cliaina mor* or Ium lo point cl com- I
mencement: containing ho .������*.-. more or Imm.
DateJAugu.tJvr.il 11.   M.   CLIFF
Tub. Sept. 30. w *. .  .  McNair, Agen
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
I Lot on Park Ave., $1675; one-third cash
lm. to aboro line, thonce lollowinit tlee, ahor* line ! Corner Lot ill section 1, with income of
.   *2S per month; $2625.
Lot  17,   hlock  84, section  1.  with improvements, $8600.
Lot 4, block 6, section 5, $1500.
| Lot ll, block 17, section 5, $1800; terms
I    of half cash, balance in 6,   12  and 18
months.
\ 1-ots  15  and   16,   block  tf,  section   5,
1    $2100 pair.
Lots  15  ami  16,  block  4.   section   5,
$1260 each; easy terms.
Double cornvr on  Ninth Ave.,  $1350
pair.    Easy terms.
Lot 7, block 20, section  6,  $1800;  half
lie-lla Coola Land Uiairict   District ol Coart llange      cash, balance one year.
Take notice lhat II. M. I'UII ol Dundalk, Ira-; Lot .'1 and *!. block 27, section   6,   $2800
land,   occupation   gentleman,   intend,   lo   apply '     ,..,:.. a... l f- -nui.
fur  permiaalon   lo   I. .-.-   the  lulloalng  deacribed
ut' Norwegian sport of
-Jumping has boen started in
iiiipeK hy sum,, devotees, They
formed themselves inio a
Huh I'm* iin*- purpose of teaohing
and onoouraglng the now popular
sport of ski running, All the
other forms of the spurt, Including ski Jumping, ski sailing and
kjorlng, will (ind Iheir devotees.
Tho club is especially fortunate
In scouring lho services of Mr.
Kiiinr Bjorke and Mr. Schmidt as
itisiniftnrs. Tho former has participated in tho Miiiinnkolli'ii International jumping oonteal near
Christiana, Norway, ski Jumpers
in Ihis competition are rigidly
s.'i.'i-it-ii by elimination oonlesls.
lu Norway und Sweden this jumping attracts tho besl men from all
parts of Europe He has a reoord
nf well over I no feet. Mr.
Schmidt has had extensive Alpine
ski-ing in Switzerland and should
be u valuable asset lo tho club.
.lack Donalds. I' South Africa
won the world's ohampionship
fiiiiirai'i's at Melbourne by defeating A. B. I'listel of Kngland. Dun-
aldson won lhe 100-yard dash in
9 3-5 seconds and the 110-yard
in 10 1-5.
l.nd.:
Commandng al a petal planted al the N. W
comer ,>! Lot J'.:, thence auulh 4U chain, more
or leaa ta nortl.vrn bounder*. > I leaae No. 1 applle.1
lor ny II. M. Cllll. thenc. (..Hutting ,t.i.I boundar>
eaat 20 chatna, liiencu mirth 40 el.am., Ibence
waat 20 chaina to point at csinnivncvmenl: containing HO acre*, mure or Irs*
Dated Augual Jd, (DU. II.  M. CLIFF
I'ub. Sept. SO. ttllliam McNair. Aganl
Delia CooU Land Dlalrlct -UUiriciol Coaal IUngo
t
Taka aotie* that II. M. , i.-l ol Dundalk, lr*.
land, occupauon gentleman. Intenela to apply
lor permlaaioo lo loaa* lho lollowing doecrilM-d
landa:
Commanclng it a i-u.1  planted it the S.   I;
comer ot Lot 251.
or l,wa to  norther
applied lor by II   M   I
along  laid   bouad.r;.
tlirne* weat 20 chl u
catalnlng HO acraa. n.-,
Dalad Auguat 28. lull.
I'ub. Sepl. (0.
er.
FOR THIRD ".VE. AVIATORS
When  You  Go  Flying  You Wl
Need a Costume Like Thla.
This ni*. .i ���
wu deslgnotl h> talss Uarrlel
uiiiiiiliy, ih,. tii-.t w<>mini aviator
in America. And she has it on
herself in Hie picture. II consists of two garments, a blouse
nml knickerbockers. Tho material used i�� a plum-colored
sat iu faced el..III.
A monk h.��..l i.�� attached to the
1..'at  lining blouse   thai is   .'ui
with    lhe    lung    shoulders    nnd
cloMi's till.ter III.' linn.
The kniekorl kcrs are provided with 11 row of l.nit..us ..11
cither of the Inside seani,a whioh
Lots II and 12, blork 2:1, section 6,   for
$2170 pair.
Lot it. hlmk 27 close- to Mi-Bride street
for $tf00; easy terms.
I.nl  5,   block  2, section 7, with bouse,
$1750;  terms of $750 cash, balance
$50 per in.>ntli.
I...i*.  14  antl   15,   block   12,   section 7,
$1200 pair.
I ,���'������ 21 and 22, block 43, section 7, for
$315 each.
Lot* 3 and 4. block 22, section  7,  $550
each; any reasonable terms.
Lots 40 and  41,   block  6,  section   7,
$1100 pair.
LoU  11   and  12,   block  22,   section 8,
$800 pair; half cash, bat. 1,2, 3 years.
LoU 8 and 9, block 20. section  8,   $750
pr., half cash, balance 1, 2, 3 years.
LoU in all parts of section 8 with small
cash  paymenU  antl  .-..���>���  terms on
the balance.
SECTION TWO
We have mail.- a  personal inspection
j of section two, have a full report on
il\ intr e.isltini,!  all loU with regard to view, grade, etc.,
and will be pleased to buy for any intending purchasers.
uth *,' chain, mor*
; ot Leu* No. I
.nee ea.1 20 chain.
* north 40 chain.,
ol commoncement;
II.  M. CUFF
. un McN'iir. Agant
II was slated ul the nicetiug of
the B. G. A. A. U. that Iwo all-
Canadlan swimming championships would be held al Victoria
in February, under lhe auspioes
nf the Canadian Amateur Swimming Association, uml that several prominent swimmers from
Eastern Canada would compete.
The Viotoria branoh of lhe Royal
Life Saving Sooiety has secured
Captain C. ll. Nicholson ,.f tli.ii. T. P. service us vice president.
Handsome
Catalogue
Free
*
Our new Christmas
catalogue is now ready
���and is yours for the
asking.
It contains 124 pages
of illustrations reproduced in colors of
Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, Cut Glass,
Leather Ooods and
Novelties.
A postal card will
bring you a copy.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Can*tin's L*r|eit Jewelry Home
���fat. Ryrtt. Pres.
Harry Ryrie, Sec.-Triaa.
184-136-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
Wm
I..-.' Mans.in. ihe Nanaimo boxer, is ..ul with a challenge lo any
middleweight or lightweight in
province tor a IB-round I.mil
inn. during the next few
Hume Duval is acting for
th.-
at  Nun
weeks.
Manson uml would like I., hear
f ri hi. uny prominent boxer who
wants a umi.'li. lie fun he communicated wiih ul 1*. i). box 156,
Naimiii n. Manson is ..ue of the
cleverest hoys in the provinoo at
his weight ami would probably
make good iu Ihi' four-round
game al Ban Franoisoo if he
oared lo ink.- a ohanco. ll is
working nt Nanaimo, however,
uml prefers to .-.inline his boxing In tliu Imm.. town.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's arrival, December 21st and 28th, arriving
in Vancouver Saturday morning December 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. in.. December 26th and January 2nd.
Present schedule will remain in effect
until above tlates.
-INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD   AVKNl'E
when unfastened transforms the
Irouserntlcs Into a short divided
skirl.
When m.l in her machine Miss
Qulmb) cover* her Oostume with
a |,mg coal.    She says in reality
Ihore i- i�� d of (lie short skirt
arrangement.
THE WAY OF AN OOTOPU8
Will Oanada Stand  for the  Exploitation of Her Timber and
Natural Resouroes as the
States Have Done?
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
I'.IIAIU.KS KDWAHD RUSSELL
has made for the Cosmopolitan
a thorough investigation of lumber trust i:n*ihulls���lm has followed the slippery trail of lhe
luml..-I-   ootopus   literally   from
coasl to ooasl���and he has lhc
������goods." You will bo surprised
al his revelations���at the tremendous power of thc trusl, its
hrn/.'ii Indifference to all bui iis
own iiil.Tcsls, its hold upon leg-
Islalors, its highway methods of
national pocket-picking. It will
lie a great series of articles���
vitally Interesting to every one
who has ever bought any part of
a I ree. Thu first article will appear in January. Subscriptions
to Cosmopolitan will be accepted
until December 10th at the special low rate to Canada of 11.50.
Cosmopolitan   Agency,   box   851,
Winnipeg.
On your Christmas visit Eatt travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
A
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
P.O.
INTERIOR DECORATORS
SOX 120 PHONE 166 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
A COSTUME FOR HIGH-FLYERS
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same hlock.
Two cottage* correr Second Avenue ond
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lot. In nil pttftl ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. DJRAND
Second Ave.
Phone 112
B.C. Coast service - Famous Prircess
Line
Princess   Mary
Saturday, December 2nd, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria. Vancouver and Seattle
J. C. McNab
General Agenl
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order In the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
--m.*r-
earn*
I
I
I
UKVOTEU   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OK   WOMEN     i
1 ^  I
THE COSY CORNER =
This is a little section of the paper, which Irom day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all ol the ladies ot Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
HELPING YOUR FRIENDS
You Can Help Them to the Best
of Gifts���Health.
The more lolling mon or women ihey look well will send the
lil I      Coursing      mor.'      freely
through Iheir veins. Try it and
walch Iho rt'snii. Tho shoulders
will bo thrown Imck, the face will
brighten, lho oyes light up and
years will be laken from their
ago ns if by magic Your speech
tuts suggestod an uplifting
thought. Tin'ii1 spirit approves
of ii. Lhelr bod*. Immediately responds in ihe belter thought,
i Happy thought defies fear ami is
n cure for ailments of mind and
body.
Optimism is tin Ih-sI mad lo
health. Believe lhe best of everybody and everything, Look for
Ibe beautiful in every action,
optimistic thoughts lend toward
force, and i, tul character by
power of o. iiuonlralion always
swaj lhe weaker mind.
Some dt'iir little woman will
visit ii Friend for a half hour and
loavo her friend Imbued with the
gralosl ambitions, she has accomplished wonders hy the simple -nliialion, "Why, Mary, I have
never seen you looking younger
or bolter in all your life."
You have nil received the visum- wtio t.-rt a disappointing
Lhoughl or nn insiduous suggestion of falling health nn.l vanishing beauty, ami all this d.-wistu-
lion ��as niTomplislit'il hy the
meager little speech, "How poorly
you look! Arc you feeling liudl>
toelay.'"
Ho not sp.'uk of lhe blemish in
form or face. Nolice Ihe nice
features. Think of them and
you will transmit your though) lo
another person ami accomplish
mor.' for beauty nml lhe uplift
of llie world Until you ever will
by any number of remarks lending io call attention to defects.
.-loth cover lh.'
in,mi suit. Loavi
ami wlii-ii llu- cl
slums will   IlllVt-
\ iiii le lurponlino dissolved
Warm water is lho best thing
.hull  with  ,',,iii-
for n Uiii.. while
Hi is washed nil
lisappearod.
in
lo
e\\
glass,  mirrors or
A hull' alcohol will
iiil.-i*. in brightening
often    occur
tu     ll
o   it   is  well   1
. I'.'iii.'ii
it raw potato
is a gou
Scrape or gro
e the pi
upply il  like i
I  poilltn
wash wind<
Kin., globe*
also work w
glass.
Burns
kitclii'ii.
her Ihnl
remedy.
tut., innl
lu lho Injured surfaoe; ii will be
round most soothing,
Lemon i- nol only good fur
whitening ololhes, but it also re-
moves stains from handkerchiefs.
Cut a lemon Into slices, rind and
all, put it into tin- boiler wiili
tin- doilies and let ii remain till
they are ready to coin.- out.
COSMOPOLITAN   IN   DICKENS
CARING FOR LINEN
There Is a Charm In Snowy Linen
That Is Real Beauty.
All household lim-n should be
CHARLES I ill'.KENS is still a
"best seller." Publishers don't
nrgiii' pro nml con over hi
hooks���tbey just order u n,*w
carload of paper, oil the* presses,
ami lei III.'in speed ou. And il
hus been over forty years since
.on' morning when (In* 'uml wus
iiIIimI with scarlet geraniums and
th.' breath of syringp was heavy
in lhe air th.' great author followed  little  Nell.     Now  thai   Ihi*
centenary ot his birth February
.tii, ist:.' approaches, everybody
Is thinking of Diokens, Wo have
secured soveral articles which
will tell many things nboiil him
thai have hitherto hen unknown.
I.. Hi.- January Cosmopolitan ins
son,  Alfred  Tennyson  Diokens,
will lell you some of Ins own per-
m.iiuI recoiled ions ,, film givnl
novelist. Later, probably in l-'.-h-
ruary, Mary Angela Diokens, liis
granddaughter, will give an Intimate view of Dickens as she remembers him. In fact, in these
am' olher arllolos nu Dickens
winch will follow���fully Illustrated, Of course���we shall aim
U) give you a more vivid picture
than has yet i���.<.u published of
Hi., human���the home���side ..fl
lh.' great master, written by |
those who knew ll llll hest.    Head
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second i.vtn.n- and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
II. Gordon Munro
MUNRO
W. Mcholaun l-iloy
& LAILEY
Architects,
Stork lmtilling, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDIIORS
l.nw- Hull.'i' Building       Phone No. 286
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
^���f Blitl.h Columbia of B.C.. Ontario, Saa-
_,,,���! Manitoba Bar.. kalchewan   and Al
berta Bar*.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Iltll.-.-    K-chanire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth si r-es-i. I'rince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
'.Crown ami Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental alteration, skilfully treatad. Oaa and
local ana.lhe-tic. admiiii.tered for the palnleM extraction uf leelh.      Con.ultatton free.      Office.:
lle-l.'e-rsien   Block.   I  nil,-,'  Kllll.Tt. 11-12
Al, -   M   M,H,sem II.A  .        W.I-'.WllIll.IIIS.il   A..I..1..H
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
I*, o. BOX 2.1
I'RINCE HUl'ERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
i,ii, or w_. roioN, nm.. aha.... i on., inu
IT.GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
leu-. Life and Accident ln.uisnin
SIS -���! Avenue Phone 20S and Gr**n 262
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *   SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave
This is the Real Christmas Store
of the Great West
VERY page of our catalogue contains suggestions for Xmas
giving. Our store contains the best of everything for man,
woman nr child. The whole Dominion know* of the business
integrity of this great Arm. an.l the extensive range of its importations an.l manufactures. If you have not received our new catalogue, lose no time in sending us your name and address, as the
early buyer is always the satislled buyer. Remember wc extend
to you the advantage of the prices of the manufacturer and importer direct from our Vancouver store, the third largest of ita
kind in Canada.        :       :       ::::::::
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
FEED STORE
Wvrarry every thi nit in the feed line. ��Uo garden aeedi at the lowest market price*, at Collart a
��� ���ik- Tied Store, Market Tlace
PONY EXPRESS
[ Prompt I w-ii. .���rv Phone* 41 or 301
==E.   EBY   (&   Co.===
REAL   Ear-ATI.
Kiuumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . |t    (',
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave.
\ Between Tth A 8th St-.
Prince Rupert
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
P. CADE. N. G.
GLUCK, Sec.
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & Pipcn      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
-*   *   4
!lS:B:8;S;Si8!S��:Si8ra^
Ckisaey Sweepisf ui Fence Qeui_t
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
- naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
C.....I IW.H Smetf Ui���u   Ism Hiel. at
Phonk 71
SMITH  & MALLETT
TIllHI) AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfitlingand
Sheet Metal Work
Work.hup
Idd Ave. bet. 7th null Hth St.
..Whites Portland Cement...
0. c.
EMMERSON
AUENT
Phone IZS       Nid-n Block        Sworn. Ave
murk.'.I BS soon ii- il Is li.iin.-lii
Keep  il   111  11  light,   wiii-m.   well
\niliiuii'.i cupboard   so   n nay
iilwni-. coin,' out free fre.m dust
ami sinolllng swesl nml fresh.
Iliive a plac,' for I'li.li kind ��f
linen nml always keep il in lis
pliic. Use il uniformly, putting
the I'lenn linen at the bottom of
tin' pile uml using from llie l..p.
thus il will wear longer. BSO
Iluii holes ni'"* mended and .-.tains
romovod boforo sending ii to Ihs
laundry. Here nre some methods
for r.'iii'oviiig stains: Tak.- stains
out if possible while still wet,
ink by washing in milk, ten uml
eoTTi'c  hy   pouring  bolting  water
over ihem. "id ten and ooffos
stains to he removed should he
wiisiii'.i iiii.I i.ii'iiciii'.i [being kepi
.lump ull III.' lime in the sunshine. For iron rust use gall
of lemon urnI wel III.' linen, for
fruil slains use common sail. For
mildew rub on soap and sprinkle
wiih   salt.     In   nil   O-Sea   lol   the
lim-n bleaoh in Hi.; sunshine.
SOME TIMELY HINTS
Little Items or Household Wisdom Worth dipping Out.
lhe articles���Ihey will sui.ly
arouse ��� no* Interest in ihe "b.-*-t
beloved" author in your library.
Subscriptions t<> Cosmopolitan
wi!> be accepted until liecomli.-r
Killi nl Hie -p.e-iiii low rati' lo
Canada of SI.QO. Cosmopolitan
.V-eiiry, box 8.r)l,  Wiiinip.-g
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
OPEN DAY AND KIUHT
ADVERTISE   IN
NEWS
THE
llol Icniiilillili' is one of lhe best
remedies In the world for ��� cold.
II   nnl.s   promptly   and   elTectively
nml has no unpleasant after ef
roots,
Directly lea is spill, on A table-
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vjikouw ot tattle
FOR AU POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets nml nil infotma-
tit.n about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   Phone Its
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS avi. EMRALMERS
funeral   IMreeton
Srd Are. near Slh Si. Phon* Na SS
J
, ���������*. ��� KU r.o. BOX KM
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For
Ui-Kttngw. JtOflt-l *nd  F'��rwmrHlnir Airente
it**.   nr M"t.,r Car -Uv or nljrht
ft** "nth A**p. ami Pulton
rhon# .vil
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Barns in Connedion
Phone li*** 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO   BRODERIUS. Prevrleler
Utile's NEWS Agency
..
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We have just arranged with one
of our clients tu place forty-two
lots on the market under exceptional
advantages to the purchasers. The
lots are some of the best in Sections
7 and S. The prices are as low
as any on the market, and the1
terms so easy monthly- that anyone can buy. Along with this
exceptional otfer, each lot admits
the purchaser to a drawing for a!
FREE TRIP ROUND THE
WORLD. If you hold the lucky
ticket the trip is yours; or you
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances are good
one in forty-two. Come in and
investigate.
VERDICT FOR KELLY
Mr. Justice Clement Awarded Htm
$200 and Costs In Dispute.
Judge Clement this afternoon
conoluded the hearing of the
Kollj \. Lindsay eust", and de-
liih'.l in favor of the plaintiff,
riii- oase arose out of a partnership dissolution, in which l.in.l-
saj had agreed not to start in the
transfer business again for a
year. Tho Judge assessed the
ilnniiiKt's nt $200 ami costs. Williams ami Manson appeared for
lho plaintiff and Carss and Bennett for the defendant.
n
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"The News" Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
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a:
Tired of Life.
With sm*,* feel life is unbearable,   tin io s. i*\ it Qo, and e**\
shoos tlml lit and wear well,  ti
Baptist Services.
"The Call lo the Church I
day" will be ih<- subject of llev.
Warren    ll.   BfoLeod's   sermon, I
Regular morning service   al   111
o'clock in Maclntyre Hall, Third
ii\.'iiiu'. near Sixth street.
 o	
Prince    Rupert's     leading
Savoy.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plats Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors  and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
TBS
Mack Realty & Insurance
COH PANY.
P.S.- House* and Rental*.
For Rent
*'*S".-��-^��~-..^.��^s-i.^-.-^.,.^,.__..-_..._..-~.4
Flat In Clapp Building.   Woate-iilinn'r I1ro��.      It
For Rent���Comfortable mexlern house, Wl Fifth
Ave, near Hospital.   Phone Blue US,   L'70-L'7S
For Kent���Nice cMi
Kate, :16c and up.
.. warm comfortable room..
KimtUivi.-,-il-ei.-l.       tf
For  Rent-Furnlihed   Kaon..
$2.50 week up.
Buckley  Mock���
For Rent-Two roomed cabin. close to McBride.
fre.hly papered and clean, only llu par month.
It F. McRae & Co. t-f
r
Insurance
-~i
hotel
$5.00 Reward
$r..(Kl reward will be  given  by   Mrs. ;
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
I    settlements.   We write every known clus. of
Insurance. The Mack Renin nml Insurance Co.
SALE OF LOTS
(Continued from Page One)
Wanted
I. �����������-��� ..-^-4.
I
E. Reynold! late of 3000  Scott   Street,
Vancouver,    for   information  of  the | ������
whereabouts of her son,   Samuel   Key*
molds, who left home March 26th. 1910,
and hns not been heard from since.
Mrs. E. Reynolds. S54 Kith Ave., East.
I Vancouver. B.C. d-l
. Learn to Dance j
Apply
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H.F. McRAE
AND COMPANY
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Frm##*r and Sth.        CholM WlBM ��n��i * V��i -
RUPERT'S   PALACE    OF    COMFORT
CONCERT & DANCE
K. of P. Hall. tith Street. ll.-lser-.-ii Block
Mon., Evening, Dec. 4
at S.30 p.m.
All VISITING
��;������*.' T. Stewart
KNIGHTS  WELCOME
K. of li * S.
8
Coming to Canada
-in 1912-
Writers���
silt GILBERT PARKER
JACK LONDON
UPTON SINCLAIR
ROBERT W. i'.HAMill.lis
QOUVENEI ll Mi mills
I.Win GRAHAM PHILLIPS
CHARLE8 EDWARD RU88BLL
ABQINAI l�� WRIGHT KAUFFMAN
GEORGE RANDOLPH  CHESTER
.-Hi ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
GENERAL NELSON A. MILES
I PHILLIPS OPPENHBI1I
N         ILFRED HENRI LEWIS
\nilli li B. REEYB
Hill Mi LE88ING
ELINOR ��il.VN
ALAN DALE
Artists and  Illustrators���
II MiltlsoN FISHER
CHARLES DANA GIBSON
HOWARD  CHANDLER   CHRISTY
ANTON OTTO FISHER
GRACE ii. WKIIH'.flsr.l.M
CI1ARLE8 A. WINTER
ALONZO A. KKMHI.E
E. W. KEMBLE
1).. these names mean anything to jfOUt D>< vou un-
dersland their towering signiUc'in-.- in tlie Held of literature nn.I BTtt    Huve youv,-r In ulll >..ur life Men su many
names ,,f suofa eminenoe grouped together ns c.inirihuiors
i  magasjnet   Such a group would make it it pub-
llcatlon beyond prloe, and lhal i�� enelly what \\>* nre call-
ing your attention to thathi- momcni. a h.iiu.uui.* whose
staff ,,| contributors for 1912 contains ail these names.
The product >.f either of the above writers is easily worth
tii.- subscription prloe ��f 11.50.
Cosmopolitan lias endeavored In the pasl t" imc its
leaders four-fold in return f.-r tin* subscription prloe. This
polioj lm-- Increased its circulation until n baa outstripped
ever*  olher American magatlne, making it n swry t,,
publish Hiin.iuio copies of the Christmas number. It is
our >niii.'-t desire t<. extend Immediately the circulation
prist th.* million mark, with this .-n.l In view we will, until
December 101b, aceepl subscriptions i<> Canada nt the
rale .il 11.80,
FAMILY GROUP
Canada
I'.estare   T.'tnl
Cmmmsi         fe.r him anel her SI.SO     ,80   $2.00
Until         ittg*
Ceoef llemrliRpni. fen* her an.l  him    \.i\xl      ,50     8.00
�������           lk^
Ml   eitt. (ur the whole family   .'1.00    1.00     4.00
In one         *\1*J
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Cosmopolitan Agency, P.O. Box 851, Winnipeg
IJenti kmkn:
Phase enter my suhscriptinn for one  year  to  Cosmopolitan
at 11,60, lies.ii Housekeeping snd Cosmopolitan at $2.hs. or Cosmopolitan. Good Housekeeping and World Treiay. at J.'i.iUl.
Name
Street
Add llse exchange to ien.ei.al rhe.,ue.
Cily
Province.
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
_>   refund   >our   money   if   ��v do   not
teach you to dunce for the  price
of  onr   in-M't.
Wednesday ���    and   Saturdays
in Sons uf Enirland Hall; at 8 p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY INVITED
Yotinir lady to clerk   in  News Stand.
Canada Ry. News Co.. on wharf.
Maternity nurse open   for enipiKenu-nt.
Box 215.) News.
Wanted-Sen-ant to do general hout-ework. Other
maid kepi.   Mra. L. W. Patmore. t-f
i Wanted. ��� Dressmaking, cleaning and press-
ii'K', repairing for men and women Mrs Chnrles
Tercher. 820 Third Ave.   Phone W4 Red.      tf
j We have perms nent positions for ono or more
lady representatives in each city and township
in Western Canada. We oan offer very attract-
ive terms to those who qualify and are willing
to devote four to six hours daily to our work.
Clergymen, school teachers and those having
large uersonnl acquaintance who can devote
[ spare time will be amply repaid for their ser-
| vices. Address, immediately, Hox KA, Winnipeg.
TED   (
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Lost and Found
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FOUND-2 Small Key..   Inquire at  New. Olllce.
225-tf
Real Estate
I
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15. Tth '
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Stenographer j
Hlock 19, tot _(i, <i. Angell;
11.050.
Hlock 19, lots 27, th, Wm. Alder;
$1 720  for two.
Block 19, lots 29, 30, Mrs. L,. W.
Patmore; *7io each.
Block 20, lot 9, Mr. Enad;  $1,450.
Block 20, lot 10, Mr. Ferguson;
$1,305.
Block 20, lots 11, 12, M. Albert;
$1,305  each.
Block 20, lot 13 Aid. Douglas;
$1,305.
Block 20, lots 20-21, Mr. Schlen-
inan;   $2,250.
Block   2(1,   lot   22,   R.   J.   Abbott;
$1,260.
' Block
$1,260.
Block 20, lot 1
Block  10, lot
$1,265.
Block 20, lots 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
31, 32, 33, G. Angell;  $1,200 each.
Block 1, lots 55, 56, 57 5S, 0. W.
Peck; $1,020 each.
Block 1, lot 59, D. McCormlck;
$1,020.
Block 1, lots 60, 61, 62, 63, 64,
65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, Edith McMordie;   $940 each.
Block 1, lots 71-72, George Broderius;  $2,200.
Block 2. lots 14, 15, Wm. Alder;
$1,025 each.
Block 2. lots 16-17, J. Kirkpatrick;   $2,625.
10,   lot   23,   Aid.   Douglas;
4, Mr. Enad; $1,260,
16,  Robert Gordon; :
Lot for Sale In Section .1. Block 22. Lot 15. Tth
Ave.   Appl) Hike Ru-ich, Box 5S! City.      tf    i
I Lota, block 29, section 1, price $5,000
1-4 cash,   balance ti,   12,   18  months
at 7 per cent.
: 3 LoU, block 7, section  1,   price $2500
each,   1-4  .-ii-li.   balance 1, 2, and 3
year?, at 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 28. section 5, price $525,
$225 cash, bat. $60 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
2 Lots, block 22. section 7, with 4-room
house, price $1837. $600 cash, balance
$30 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,
$26 cash, balance $10 month.
LoU in block 10, section 8, price $275
each, $25 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 yesr lease corner Second Ave. and
Sixth Street
99 year lease comer 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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Eastern stenographer of wide experience wants I
position.    Address   "Stenographer." 662 Cordova St. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
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For Sale
For Sale���Wardrobe trunk In rlr��t cla.. canditio
Apply Room 25. ill Sth Ave. West.       .*���,,.���_:.
Wc adver-
ly papers-ant* in nviny ways
offices in other cities-our
equipment should interest you.
We invite your listings.
m
-we have offices   in   other  cities-
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 29th is the date set for
the selling by auction of Lots
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instructions to buy, together with the
cash for the amount you care
to put in.
Terms of Sale���One quarter
cash and balance in 1, 2 and 3
years at 6 per cent.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Pain arising
Rheumatism,
Lumbago,
Sort Throat
from Cold,
Col** at Ik*
Chest,
Neuralgia
from Cola*.
Chronic
Bronchitis,
Sprain,
Backacht,
Bruises,
Slight Cutt,
Cramp,
Soreness of
tht Limit after exercise,
Is best treated by using
BLLIMAN'S according* t*
tht informalio* given in the
Ullimen R.E.P. booklet 96
pages, (illustrated) whioh is
placed inilJe cartons with
all bottles of Islliman'e
price 1,1 J, 2/9 t% 4/-. The
K.E.P. booklet also contains
other information of such
practice! value as to eauee
it to he in demand for First
Aid end olher purposes;
also for lis recipes in res*
pect of Siok Room requisites. Elliman't added I*
tht Bath it beneficial.
Animals
Ailments may in many in.
stances be relieved or cured
by following the instructions
(illuiiraicd) given In the
Elliman E. F. A. Booklet
64 pages, found enelosed in
the wrappers of all bottles
of BLLIMAN'S price
1/., 2/. & 3/6.
aillman,Son*SCo..Slot*4th,Kngl.ne1.
ROYAL for ANIMALS
tit th* Elllmtn t.FJ.Booiitt
UNIVERSAL for HUMAN USE
t*i th* Elltmtn R.E.P. Booliet
taunt t-cloita* with bottiti of fit/IMA* _
THE NAME IS ELLIMAN
Hi BE OBTAINED OF Al.l. DRUGGISTS THROUGHOUT i\w
Block   1,   lots   1S-19,   I.   Palmer;
Block  3, lot  22, Q.    Broderlu;
$2,475.
$1,070.
Block 3, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, R. A.
Block 3, lot 23. Mr. Wwtel
While; $1,120 each.
$1,070.
Block 3, lots 15, 16, 17, 18, F. Q.
Block 8, lot 24, Wm.   .1   Aider:
Dawson; $1,066 each.
$1,070.
Block 3, lots 19, 20, 21, II. F. Mc
Block  3. lots 25-26, J. Goodman;
Rae & Co.; $1,070 each.
$3,100.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
LINDSArSCAs,roRAEoE"d
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly ti 11,-1.    Prices muonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St    Phone 88.
If
THE
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
LIMITED
We have luting, of property in all
parts of the city at attractive price,
and easy terms. If you intend
buying property see ut.tt:
Safe Deposit Boxes $5.00 per year
Storage  For  Silver
Fire Insurance       Board Companie.
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
LIMITED
Second Avenue Prince Ruperl
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
I BUY EVERYTHING
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Jewelry
-The Gift of Gifts:-
B*H**u*r J����rln is lii#��t  l>v *verynn��
We would like to suggest that
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Garde at Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Entrlnevr. give notice that on the
2.-th day of December. 1*111. I Intend to apply to
the Water Commi..toncr at hi. olllce tn Prince
Itupert for a licen��e to take and u*e two cubic
feet of water per .econd from an unnamed .tream
In the Di.trict of C.��.t K.nite S. Skeena Dlvi.lon.
1-4 mile eaet of the Tyee Station. ti.T P. Rv.
The water I. to be uken Imm the atream aliout
onehalf mlleab-ne it, outlet, and I. to be un-,1
for developing iKiwer for a.|uary situates! at the
outlet nf uld creek, along the Railway grade.
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735  THIRD AVE.
Daled N���
A-FMD CHRISTIAN OAROB
. 2'th. |-.| l d-27
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al.l.- suggestions. ALI your
gifi wants might easily be
supplied from it-with profit )
to you and satisfaction to {
those you wish to remember, j
Our Cut Glass stock wss never 1
more pleasing. We carry j
nothing but the  very  best���   f
Libbi-y s
her,-.    H.'
best   products    are
sure you call early.
1
Wark's |i Shoes..
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Section 5, Block 7, Lots
3-4, with 4 room house,
income $25 per month.
Price $3,300, $1,165
cash; bai. arranged.
Third  Avenue
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