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IHE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Nov. 27
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Run-M-f rv*.t.m._.f fa      mi   i
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VOL. II, NO. 271
Formerly ThelPrince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday, November 27, 1911
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NEXT MAILS
Kent south
Prinoe Rupert Friday, 8 a.m.
CamoBun Sunday, 9 p.m.
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OTOJUNT BUILDING
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SIR CHARLES BERESFORD
WILL SUPPORT CHURCHILL
 ������I*���-���
The Ex-Admiral Says That His Young Political Opponent is the Best Head the Navy Has Ever Had,
and He Will Support Him
London, Nov. 27. ��� Lord
Charles Beresford, who recently
��� nilii'd British public opinion
lie declaring tlml Kngland had
>nlj twelve ships tlml were in
,,million (o go to war, tuts conn*
il  with  n  public   slnloiiiont  \,o
11 ll'i'fl   Hint  ho  will   support
Hon. Winston Qhurohill, the new
Firsl Lord of the Admiralty, in
spile of lb.' fuel thai he ami
Churchill liav been political enemies l'i,i* a Ioiik lime.
lh,* roi ire.I Ailniii'iil ilcolnres
Ihnl Cliiii'e-liill  is a strong man.
uml intensely haled nbroael, and
sint'o accepting the headship of
Ihe Admiralty hn.l shown thai
he will become lhe besl civil head
Ihnl Hie navy has ever had.
\ few weeks up.' Bir <.liari<-s
withdrew rrom publication bis
book attacking lho navy, which
Innl jusi been sent out for review, stating iluii siin-c it bad
gone to press be bud learn.-tl Hint
Mr. Churchill had of bis own
volition set ..ui in etTect the reforms ibai bis bonk was written
in prooure.
DESTROYED IN LESS THAN TWENTY MINUTESlKING
Fire, which broke out from a defect in the heating appratus of the Provincial Government building resulted in the complete destruction of that building at 2.30 this
afternoon. Within twenty minutes of the outbreak only the cement vault and a brick
chimney stack remained.
For a long time the Land Registry Office was in danger. It caught fire, but a
change in the wind gave the fire-fighters a chance, and they saved the building. Documents from the two offices are scattered all over the townsite by the winds.
Hundreds of citizens deserve thanks for the way in which they turned in to help.
Had it not been for the segregated character of the Government Buildings, a disastrous
fire that would have swept the townsite would have ensued.
SAYS IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO        I
PROTECT THE CITIZENS
City Engineer Declares That it is Unwise to Attempt J
to Protect Any Danger Points Without
Protecting All of Them
On the subject nf railing i.i the
points on the various street grading works in hand where petits-
ui.ins run risk of serious fall, City
Engineer Davis remarked this
morning that it would be unpractical to attempt any such system
ol protection.
"Willi slieh extensive work going on on the streets in a city In
the making such as this," he said
"there arc not one or two, but
several hundred such dangerous
places,
Not only in section one but all
over thc city there are places
where- a heedless pir.-atin might
easily  fall ard break an   arm er
leg. Cilizens as a rule arc war)
er.OUgh to take ere of lhiiiis.lv. s
in g.ii g about the streets, ami
warnings are posted al many
points. To rail ..IT a few danger
points .'iid roi all would tend to
pin pedestrians off their guard,
while l<> r.-.il .-.II would be pr.c ;'-
caliy impossible i'> .' cily like ibis
i- ,'.t present.
Sloan Suit Club Drawing
Club 13 -M. Mathiton.
Club 1-l-Jas. Wilson.
Club 15-Fred James.
Club 16���F. I...-*- ��� - -
Club 17���W. Hambleton.
Specialist.*! in fitting glasses.���Cam-
eron's. ��
THK  COVKRN'MKNT HIII.DINC.S
The building on ihe right is ilu- one that was destroyed by fire today
WANT ANSWER TO
TWO QUESTIONS
Messrs.   Morrissey   and   Newton
Have Two Questions on the
Board for Tonight.
mi Hie notice board al (be City
Hall there aro displayed thc tw>.
Following notices >>f motion for
lonlgh, They may nol be io oon-
i i*ury in spirit as the) appear,
"Movod by Alderman Morrissey, see.in.led by Altlei'iiian NoW-
iiiii. ihnl ihe Cil) Engineer be
asked i>. submit to ibis Council
ni ihe next mooting a written report ns lo bis reus.uis for i ������'-
monding lo lb.- Council the
selllomonl wiib those contractors
win. have enlored suit against
the cily."
"Moved by Alderman Newton,
seconded by Alderman Morrissey,
Dial   lhe  Cily  Solicitor be  Bskod
in submit io ibis Council at the
next 111 ling n writ ten report us
iii  ilis  reasons   for  using tbe
city's money lo conlcsl the lAW-
-mils   which   eci'tain   OontrBOlors
huve entered against tbe oily bc-
foro lli'sl trying lo affect nn amic-
nble settlement." -
AUCTIONEER   FOR   SECTION   2
Name of Frank Ellis, Popular and
. Efficient   Auctioneer,   la   An-.
nounced by Mr. D. H. Hays.
Announcement is mmle toda*.
by  Mr.  I in. id   II.  Hit's  Hint   Mr.
Prank r.iii- "i iins olty has i n
appointed auctioneer for ill.-
Grand Trunk sale of Section Two
lots. Mi Kills i- woll known as
a mosi ofDoienl auctioneer nn.l
i-. ii popular old-timer
city.
SEWER BY-LAW IS DEFEATED
Hays Creek Residents Came Down Solid to Vote Against the Proposal to Empty City Sewage at Their Doors
VOTE WAS 86 FOR AND 184 AGAINST
Statements of City Officers on  the Result   Aid.  Hilditch Says That Sooner or
Later the Scheme Will Have to be Taken Up���City Engineer Regrets
That the Peoyle Did Not See Their Way to Pass It   The
Mayor is Mum and Will Not Speak
AND QUEEN ARRIVE
AT THE PORT OF ADEN
They Had a Narrow Escape From a Night Attack From
an Italian Cruiser in the Mediterranean-
Arab Chiefs Pay Their Homage
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Aden. Nov. l'7.���Their Majesties, ibe King and Queen of England, arrived here on the steamer
powerful British squadron cs-
oorting ib.* Monarohs several
times encountered the scouts of
Hi.Iiuii und Turkish Heels, but
after   salutes   these   drew   oiT,
Medina yesterday on lhe way lol though at   lime there was a
Hie Indian Durbar with an escort narrow esoai f u nighl altaok
of  six  ei'tiisi'i's,  und  were  wel- ��� b> u punic-stWoken Italian oruls-
cotnod by the whole garrison. A
banquet was given, at which loading Arab chiefs of Hinterland offered their allegiance,   ll was a
n which t'liitii' up wiih,,i,l lights,
Tin' Briiish I'.n-i In.liuii squad-
f,.11 of gunboats lias lefi th,' Persian gnu  runners to their own
brilliant scene, with tlie Qrsl realIdevices fur u little while uml will
I ...Kit of Oriental color. now escort the Medina aa far as
During the  itiii  I,,  Atl.-ii  the|Bombay.
NANKING IS DESTROYED AND
THREE THOUSAND ARE SLAIN
Rebels Capture Ancient City, and Will Annihilate
Manchu  Army���Battle is  Still  Raging-
Viceroy Flees for Safety
the
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Shanghai, Nov. 27���The army
of the rebels has captured part
of Nanking today, and according
to messages here a most desper
Shanghai (Later)-The Viceroy and the Tarter General in
command of the Manchus at
Nanking have fled, taking refuge
on board a Japanese warship in
ate battle is in progress.   Active       harbor.
revolt is now raging,  and it is
believed that Nanking is prac-     New is the time to get Xmas
tically destroyed.   The number j cdrc*s f0l f,;ent*8 oversea.    Your
of dead within the city is stated j every wish can be supplied at
to be three thousand.
The Imperial garrison on Purple Hill is still fighting: but faces
the prospect of complete annihilation. The rebel leaders state
they will make an immediate advance on Peking, after Nanking
is taken.
McRae Bros.
Death Notice
Ai the Hospital last night, l-in-
anuel Grant, age 80, Native .if
Newfoundland, Interment at
Garden Island.
LOOKS LIKE PEACE
if   the
Don't Miss Opening Night
On Monday night Nov.  27th,
the first of a series of semi-weekly dances will be held in the S.
O.E.B.S. Hall,  on Second Ave.,
under the auspices of the Sons
of England.     Special music by
Gray's full orchestra assures a
good time for everybody.   Dancing commences at 9 p.m.    Tickets $1.00; ladies free.
Choicest liquors and cigars at Savoy.
8am Qompera Goes In.
Atlanta,   Nov.   27, .-(iiiiiipcrs
lias bi'i'ii elooled presldonl of tne
Anii'i'i.'un   Federation  ol   *������*���>"'
agaaln, 	
Scientific eye examination at Catner-
oni,
VISITED KITSUMKALUM
Mayor and Road Supt. Jennlnga
Talk Trails With the Settlers.
Mayor Manson returned >.������*-
i.-i-iluy afler i from a visit lo
Kitsumkalum   valley,   whore   a
i ling of lho sotllcrs waa hold
to  discuss  Governmeni  appropriations  for trails,   muds   ami'
bridges,   ii. Jennings, road superintendent, wus wiili .-he Mayor,
HELD A SMOKER
Sons of England Made Merry on
Saturday Evening.
An onjoyablc smoking concert
wus held on Saturday ovonlng by
the Sim-, of Kngland, al winch
Messrs, itu--.-). \. \v. Edge,
Fletcher, Davies, A. VV, and T.
VV. Biivcrsides, w. Kirkland and
others wen- among the slur per-
I'.iiiiii'is. Mr. Hilditch wn< in Iho
chair, nml many new applications
for membership were received.
NO CABINET CRISIS
That la the Interpretation Qlven
Parker's Visit to Canada.
(Canadian  Prcs DttpitOh.)
London,  Nov.   28.  -Sir  (iilberl
Parkor ���ailed for Canada today.
This is taken lo Indloate Hint
there is no oablnel crisis nml thai
sir Edward Gray wiili not resign.
Parker is a keen parly man and
would nol leave if there were any
cabinet crisis.
HOW THE VOTE WENT.
Agalna the bylaw IM
For the bylaw  M
Majority against  M
There were seven spoiled voles.
Tb.- above figures i.-ii aboul
nil iluii is 1.. be Mini ..f ib.- ratepayers' altitude toward il��- bylaw i" raise 176,000 I., i. nl.i n
it link sewer ili.wn Hay's Creak
from manhole h to manhole "h.
As ibe bylaw required n major-
ID ..f Itireo-flflhs >>f lho total
M.le polled I" carry il. it was very
completely defeated,
The folluwing short statements from various partial were
ma.l<* ibis morning!
The Olty Engineer.
"I regret lho dafaat of lha bylaw because h delays lho lower-
ago >.f Scollop Five, where sewers
nr.. iii'g.-iiiix needed."
Aid. Hilditch Satisfied.
"The i pi.-'s verdict  Is per
r.-.-ii*. satisfactory in me. bui i
um -itii of ..pinion iii.ii m. mailer where lh.- trunk lower t- pul
in il will go in Hie Hiime place us
orlglnall) Intended, Tb.- onui of
reapnnilbilit)   for   Hi.,   lack   of
sewerage ihould rest with those
wiio defeated ihe bylaw, uml wllh
Iheir advlaora."
Aid. Clayton's Prediction.
"I rather Hunk Ihnl when il
cornea up again Ihore will be a
danger Hint lb.- people ni lha
other end of the oily who did nol
'..I.- ..it Saturday may turn u
.te v n again."
Mayor Is Mum.
"Tt.e matter will oome up In
.lu.- course ni ibe Counoil mooting lonlgh I when the returning
oitlccr roporls on it formally.
inlii Hi.-n I havo in>thing i<> suy
nl i tl."
Germany at Laat Withdrawa Her
Two  Vessels   From  Agadir.
(Canatllati I'ress He*i|.atcli.)
!ii*rimil Nov. 27.- -The German
cruiser Merlin ami minimal Ebi r,
which havo been ilalioned nt
Vgadir over sine-  lhe  Morocco
.ti.piiii' wiih i*'ru .started, lm -
beccn i ailed l>> Germany,
IN THE DARKNESS, JOHN CRAWFORD
FELL OFF SIDEWALK TO HIS DEATH
Sad Accident at Unprotected Danger Spot at the Corner of Second Ave. and Eighth
Street   Lay All Night on the Rocks With His Skull Smashed In
Falling a distance of in feel
in the darknen ..ver lho unprotected ildowalk ni Hi inter  >.f
S,*e I   Avnuc   nn.l   Eighth   St.,
.i   Crawford, n wall built young
limn, ineI nn inslniil .tenth by
smashing his skull on the
i ks beneath, The accident occurred inie on Saturday night no
tine kiii.ws exactly when.
Two Boys Saw Htm.
Th.- grueiome   dlicovcrj  wai
ti,.1 madO till nasi morning when
lh,.  lv\.i   llltlfl  sons  of  Mr. -lohn
Currie ***** i'"��� hody with out-
ilrelched armi, Tiny al once
told Mr, Tin.mns Trollor, who In-
fori i the police,   h wns evl-
,|,.|il from lhe stale of lhe l.e.dy
Hiul  il   bn.l    Inin    there s,vm!
i  ns ii was froil-bllten In
Hoveral places.
Death Came Swift.
Evidently Crawford hnd piich-
,.,| oleer bend  fi.remosl  over 111"*
work for lb.* G.T.P. up river.
edge of tb.- grade falling with
force em.ugh in jam his head
Light!) in bolwoen Iwo rooks.
There was un ugly wound on one
side of  hi-,   head,  unit   lhe   -Liilli
wiis fractured.   Death hu.i pro-
iii>ix i n swift nml painless, Dr.
Reddle remarked Hint hu.i anyone
seen Hi.- mun full, uml Immediately rescued him even Ihen he
would have had i.ui ono ohanoe
in n hundred of reoovorlng. Tb..
distance   be   fell   wns   only   llll,nil
Ifl feel, bui deceased wai u man
of  fully   IHii   peiiimls   weight.
in*. Reddle, who examined lho
body sayi ihut death wus cauiod
io concussion of the brain.
Had Worked Up River
Pol nipiiry     bus     brought
mil the Information lhal Crawford hn.l I n in lhe oil) only u
short while. lie arrived here
from Vancouver by u.t.p. steamer aboul llcl.  lib. nml wenl to
Returning In Rupert, he boarded for u liuie ui ihe Grand holel,
from which house he was moving in ibe si. James Hotel, where
In- bn.l previously pul up, when
be ini'i In- death, Docoaaed hnd
I.ecu drinking or he would not
have losi his balance io easily.
Prince Ruperl In is present In-
pluce for ii lips) mini to roam
around In,
A New E.runswlok Man.
Little Is known of his connections, oxoepl iluii ho wu-. n native of BUSSOX, N.H.. und hud nisi, lived for some 11in.' in May-
\ tl I,-. Dakota*, it.- wns unmarried, uu.I hu.i no nenr rotations
,n this coaal si* far us is known.
There will he no iin|liesl. Messr*.
Hayner Bros, havo i fi<* oare of
ih.. remalni m   their morgue.
It is understood Hint no Inquest  will  be  belli,  bill   u  police
Inquiry win be held lonl&hl nt
the court room at 8 o'clock.
THE WAY OF AN OCTOPUS
Will  Canada Stand for the  Exploitation of Her Timber and
Natural Resources aa the
States Have Done?
CHARLB8 HOWARD RUSSELL
im- made for the Cosmopolitan
ii Hi,ir,,ugh investigation of lum-l
Lbor trusl methods���ho bns f..i-j
lowed   lhc   slippery   trail   of  tin-
lumber   oClopua   literally   from ,
i ..usl   Iii  cons!��� ami  be  ha
lite
ARE DRUMMED
OUTOF TOP
Aberdeen    Citizens    Take
Prompt Measures to
Restore  Order
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Aberdeen, Nov. 27-Quite
reigns again after the threatened disturbance by the Industrial Workers tif World.
Those who came were drummed out of town and have
not returned. It is exjiect-
that all the trouble is over.
A  BAROAIN  INDEED.
II   WOUld   be   imp..-slid.'   to   l.g-
- wbni  a benelii  the  Family
Herald and Weekl) Star of Mon-
"goods."   You will In- mrprlsod *,,..,; ,,���.. * ��� ,��� ,-���. u���,,   ��� ,,r.
ui ins revelations���al lho lre-\tort*. n,,. greatest amount of
mcndoui power of the trusl, Hs genuine g,....l reading for every
brazen Indifference lo all bui its ��� ������.,���������,,. ,,- n���. ramlly uml tis
own Interests, its hold upon log- benefits lo the farming oomraun-
Islalors, iis hlghwa) melhodi of Us, *,, ���. ngrloultural pages nre
national i kel-picklng,   ll w��' J worth bundredi of thousands >.r
be u greal series of articles���
vitally inie.'.'siing io every one
who bus ever bought an) pari of
u Ire. The lirol urliclc will up-
pcur in January.    Bubicriplioni
io Cosmopolitan will be bi pled
iiniii December 10th at lhe s|ic-
olal low rule lo Canada ol 11,00
Cosmopolitan  Agency,  box  BOI
Winnipeg,
r-iiite.niiiii Pioneer Cleanvrr  I'hone 4.
Before the Oadl.
ii. Uruquarl nn.l n mun named
McDonald appeared Hns morning
r.ti- being I). St H.     Tin' usual )0
nnd costs were let led,
.SplonlO  Cru 11  wns   given    lo
oil's  for IhO  siiine olTcnsO.
dollars over) year, li is not
mere!) a theoretical paper, li is
a practical farm paper in every
respect uml Ihore i�� no fnrmer in
Dunn.lu win. ciiuiiol pie.HI bv
reading   II,     T�� ill-   u   week,
..tn* dollar u year   the pr f
ono bushol >>f wheal for a whole
year's subscription lo ihni great
paper, m,i lo ipeak *���( the beaulU'
ful premium picture "Home
Again," -I/.* .'.'���,.".. Inches, ready
for framing. It makei om won*
der if lha publishers pay their,
paper bills Any home in this
western country Mini does not
receive the Family Herald nnd
Wookl)   slur  for   101-  will  miss
ii bargain Indeed,
5  o'clock   tea  cups    and   muieers,
special  this  week,   $2..rill  half   iln7.cn.
Toronto, Nov. ���*' - Kighcen
thousand people on Saturday
witnessed the tinnl for thi rugby
Big range, beautiful decoration*., finest   ,������,',,������   championship   of   C.an-
Bnglllh China.    Wallace s. Bt ���,,.,   vv,���,n  tfa*n\i*    ,,���,,,,,,���,,   ���,���.
Prince    Rupert's     leading    hotel-   ArgOl by   14  to 7.     Both   lenins
Savoy.
belong In Toronto
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Tracv
Pillar
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Daily Edition.
Monday. Nov. 27
THE   RESULT   OF   THE   VOTE.
Ai was expected, the ratepayers have voted against the trunk
lewer bylaw, The vote, while light, waa unmistakable. However much lhe people want a trunk sewer, they do' not want the
kind ,,f trunk sewer proposed in Saturday's bylaw. The people
most directly affected, those living in Ihe vicinity .if Hay's
Creek, were the most active in opposing the scheme.
The opposition was not to spending 175,000, or an even larger -um. on a proper trunk sewer. The opposition was to spending ihat amount of money on a sewer that was left unprovided
with a proper outlet t,, tidewater. The opposition was to the
menace implied in the proposal to empty the city's sewage into a
creek thai for half the tune every eiay runs dry. The city is
quite prepared to endorse a sew, r project lhat will provide for
the sanitary disposition of the g; rl.age after collecting it.
Th.- opposition is also in the nature ..f a vote ,,f no confidence in the Health mllcer. who contributed to the Council's
downfall by reporting to Ihem lhal "sewage matter, well diluie.l
and exposed, becomes rapidly inocuous" and that "an .'pen sewer pa.-a.mg through a populous d strict, however objectionable, is
mi necessarily a danger to health." The-.- -an.'tary ideals .11
which the Health oilicer urged the prosecution of the scheme t,<
empt) ih-* city'i sewage into Hay's Creek are so contrary to those
popularly held thai they doubtless contributed largely to the by-
aw'i defeat.
Even if an ..pen sewer passing through a populous district of
Prince Ruperl could be proved to be a -.ure- <>f health ��� and
gome doetora recommend sulphuretted hydrogen. th>- *.*.- which
Is character t" decayed eg;:-, as a remedy for indigesti.in���
an elixir so offensive as an open sewer could never hope to prove
popular with the multitude.
It will be one of the ilr?t duties "f he next City Council to
bring down a scheme for a trunk lewer connecting with tidewater,   li will pas- the rat.- payers without a dissenting voice.
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock st 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly snd will soon be off the market
I  THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
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1 ft Is Hie Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a business   career you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
1 Nanaimo Business College
1
.-gagfcafe-s-faseass
It is the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone It* tuition is
personal, and develops the
individuality of the pupil.
Room snd board is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
are sway from the distractions of the larger cities
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Qw S**eximtd tmtSe IK Ui  MM* ���
The Ben Pitman Svstem of
Shorthi.   :
Business English and Let-
-       ter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
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It Mi? Men di Ike Mferrace Betwtei Sweets i*i Fiilire le Yea
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
II IHE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, PracipaJ Niiiinc, B.C
0**a****M\**r*%    I'**    m*r***a    I   1   **
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.
CORNER CORDOVA AND CAMBIF. STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
"K\", M Bl netting down,' salt
ryue.   "I dispensed with a groom.   '
1 ..ss you knoa thi roads round here."
SI.e climbed Into the seal beside
aim.
"It is very pe-od of you to take this
iroLbie. sin -a..!, an.l when he looked
st her a slight color was visible
through the veil.
"How Is your mother"" he asked,
abruptly.
He (eit. rather than saw. her start
of surprise.
She did uot expect the relationship
to be acknowledged wl;h such sudden
candor.
"She Is much better." she assured
him.
"That's all right." he announced, as
If a load were off his mind. And then,
somewhat to her mystification, l.e entertained her with the news.
Elsie and Mamie had quitted Penzance the previous evening, an aunt
having traveled from Boston as soon
as the first tidings of the wreck reach-
id her.
"She was a young, nice-looking aunt,
too," he said, cheerfully. "And I was
powerfully fond of those two kiddles."
"The association ot ideas might
prove helpful." she suggested, with a
touch of ber old manner.
"That hi what struck Elsie." he admitted. "She said she didn't know-
why I louldn't marry Auat Louisa
right oft at-d then we could all live
together sociably."
"Ohl    And what did the lady say?"
"She thought it was a great Joke,
until I said that unfortunately I had
made other arrangements. Then she
guessed her nieces had got a bit out
of hand."
"Have you seen the poor fellow
ar] sa arm was broken? Enid haa
not had a moment to give me details
of e.ents since we landed."
r'rora that point th.lr conversation
deait with g* ntralitiis. Scon the girl
perceived his Intent. His sole desire
was to place h.r at her ease, 10 make*
her realize that no matter what troubles life held they could be vanquish- d
with a smile, bhe responded to his
mood, and enlivened the drive wit..
comments on thc pe.ple they met ai.d
the houses and vli;ag- s they paaa-..:.
Kor two hours the world went we.l
because lt was forgotten.
Enid, tbe conspirator, waited until
the pair in the de-c-art were out of
slgbt. Then she ... :.t to the little
room at the hack of the cottage where
Brand pre-. 1 d to be busily engaged
In compiling a scientific account of
his aurlscope.
"I am going out. dad." sbe said, trying to appe&r unconcerned.
"All right,*1 he answered, laying
doau ! ..-  ,e.;e.
"I only a roe to tell'you because
Mrs. Sheppard Is out. too."
Obvious.}- Enid was determined tbat
if Pyne's calculations were worth anything they should have fair play.
"Oh." be commented sharply, "but
tbe maid is in*"
"Ves. She Is such a stupid girl in
some things. If���if our guest rings
you will hear her. Would you mind
asking Mary what it ts in case sbe gets
muddled?"
He glanced at ber. She was pulling
on her gloves, and vastly bothered by
a refractory button.
"If I hear the bell, I will tn.julre."
he said, and she escaped, feeling quit*
wicked.
When be waa aloae, he did not re-
sume his task. In the next room, sep-t-
-ratcd from him only by a brick wall,
��as his wife. A wall! Why should
there always be a wall between them?
It was not of his building. Had she
made lt Impassable during tbe long
years? And what would be the outcome, now that Constance was la
daily coauaaaloa with her mother?
The doctor, in kindly Ignorance, bad
to.d him that Mrs. Vanslttart waa
eonraleseeai and would be able to
travel in a lew days. In response to
a qw stion. -he doctor added that the
lady hers. II asked when she might be
moved.
What was her plan? Mr Traill,
teat day. had written blm a sympathetic letter, mentioning the fact that
Mrs Vaaslttan had voluntarily ree
���inded l,er promise to marry him. and.
Indeed, judged bj the light of present
know j.e..-.. had determined on that
.ours-e tv.rm she flrit knew that her
lomer ! ..-band wai living.
, Bvddi Brand    pushed back bis
chair from tbe d-sk at which be aat.
"The young do*I"' he growled. He
had In tact billowed ihe exact mental
process whi.h Pine mapped out for
him. The letter, the drive. Mrs. Sbep-
pard s abnaee, Kri-l's un>-a��y wriggling at the door, were ali parts of an
ordered p'ar.. He was to be given an
��� opportunity cf geelng his wife and da-
entangllt.g the twisted strands of
twenty yea's. He rose Impatiently,
and paced 'he room, quietly withal,
lest the women in tb* neit room
should ha.- I :m. A decision had been
forced on hla. He could shirk It no
longer.
"Pyne has contrived this." he muttered. "He thinks he can see more
clearly into the future than a man
twice bis age. Enid Is in the plot. too.
And Connie! No. not Connie. Dear
heart! She is worn with an.lety. yet
sbe never ���t, <��� mentioned her mother
to me since she carried her Into the
house like an ailing child."
Back and forth he walked, wrest
ling with the problem. See his wife
be must, and before she quitted Corn
wall.' Was It advisable, In her present stale of health, to take hsr by
surprise' Pyne evidently thought M.
And the doctor! Good Heavens! was
the doctor in the thing, too?
At last, he tugged at the bell.
"Mary," he said, "ask Mrs Vans.t
tart If she feels able to see Mr.
Biand."
There; It was done.
Mary, rose-cheeked and soft of
speech. drc*dlng only Mrs. Sheppar I s
matronly eye. knocked at the dcor of
the sit 1 Ini- r.��nn He he-ard le r deli I r
hla message. There was no audit, e
answer. He was lamenting his folly,
hoping against hope tbat 110 111 results
might ba forthcoming to the Invalid
thus    taken    by    surprise,    when  he
1 f*rm,-   ana
!., art-burn-
would    be
:1 that
separated
ordered in
taiignt   3lnr>-8   torlnni
the girl came* 10 him.
"Please, sir," she saiil, "the lady
says she Is nnxlous to 11 ������ you."
He walked firmly to t door, opened lt and entered. He had made up
his mind what to say and and how to
say It. It would be besl to usk his
wife to discuss mailers In a friendly
spirit, and, for their daughter's sake,
agree 10 some arrange: enl whereby
Constance should sue I lei eailenal"
ly. There need be no lean, no re-!
criminations,      no     pan.: -1     raking
* rough the dust-heaps 0! ths vanished
rears.   The |wts*aion. the agony ot the
.Id  days  waa dead.    Tl ���   se r*l  hsd
been well kept.    It  wa.- known only
:o those whom they co .. . trust, and
Ihey  might   part   wlthoi.'
lugs,    whilst    Constat!,,
���pared the suffering of ki
her mother and she we 1
forever.
These things were Wi
his brain when he look. ! 11 hla wife;
Sbe was seated near th. 1 nd iw, and
her beautiful eyes, bril snl as ever,
were fixed on his with an **'xf- Intensity. They shone wll the dumb
pain of a wounded ut.;
He  walked   towards  1 ��� r  and  held
out bis hand.   Her lllne.--    ul brought!
out   certain    resemblances   to   C n-
stance.   She looked you: _��� r. as some
women do look after 1      ta.    Sure'y :
he could  not. even ha,! !->��� iiarb irad
the thought, use cruel words u> this
wan. stricken woman, the wife whom:
he had loved and for whom lu  had
suffered.
"Nanette." he said, with ct.i'.rst!
gentleness, "do not he distressed. Indeed, there is no rei.s.ni why our!
meeting should be paint . lt is better,
that we ..!.i...Id have a quiet talk than
thai we should part atai:. in anger:
and bitterness."
She caught his hand ir, both of hers.
Still she said nothing. Her large.
eyes gazed up at him as if she sought
to read in lis face the th.iu-.hts he
might not utter, lhe memories he
might not recall. Her lips dlst.nd.d.
He saw her mouth twlchltig at the
corners.
"Nanette." he (aid again, though his
voice was not well under e-ontrol. snd
something rose In his thr.ai and
stifled him. "1 appeal to you not to
give way to���to emotion. Vou may-
become ill again���and I would never
forglv. myself."
Still clinging to his hand, she sank
en ber knees by his side. But there
was no wild burst of tears; her sorrow
was too deep for such kindly aid.
"Stephen." sbe whispered faintly,
"I cannot ask you to forget, but you
have spoken of forgiveness. Can you
forgive?"
He bent over her and would hava
raised her: she clung to him with
such energy that he desisted.
"My poor wife!" he murmured,
"who am I that 1 should deny that
which I bone to obtain from my Creator?"
"But���" she panted, ln that unnerving whisper���"I treated you so vilely.
I left you to Join that man you bad
fought to save me. I deserted my bus-
band and my child for the sake of tbe -
money be beque athed to me. In the'
lust of wealth I strove 10 crush you
out of my heart. And now that God
has humbled me I must humble myself. Stephen. I am not your wife. I
obtained a divorce���"
"Nanette." he cried. "I cannot bear
to see you kneeling at my feel. I ask
no revelations. I forgive you any
wrong you may have dons me. fully
and freely, as I hope to be forgiven."
She yielded to his pleading and allowed him to raise her. Por an instant she was clasped to his breast.
"It would be happiness to die In
your arms. Stephen." she said, wildly. "I do not deserve It. I know, but
Heaven Is merciful."
Tbe dreadful Idea possessed him
that In her weak state thla pasalonat*'
wish might be granted.
"Nanette!" he cried, "you must control yourself. If you will not promise
to sit down and talk quietly I will
leave you."
She obeyed him Instantly.
"I don't care how much you scold
m��. sbe said, "but you must not go
away. I imam to see you before 1
left Penianc. I came here that night.
I looked through the window. I saw
���ny daughter and her adopted sister
listening to vou and weeping because
of a mother's shame. Thee I must
have lost my senses. I ran away. I
remember nothing else until I woke
up 10 find Constance caring for me-"
In your house"
He tried to break In upon the trend
of her thought. This was by no means
the Hoe he had Intended to pursue.
His hope was to soothe and calm her,
to part from ber In amity and without
giving her cause to deplore a loss of
dignity.
"I am only too pleased tbat when
Illness overtook you you were com*
muted 10 my rare and to Constance.
Poor girl! Sbe thought you were
dead."
"Did you tell her that*"
"No, but I allowed It to be assumed,
whl'h Is ihe same thing."
"When did she know tbe truth?"
"In the hotel���after you left the
room. 1 had to say something, tt was
���better���for you���tbat I should sa*
you were my wife."
"So. even In tbat trying moment,
you strove to shield me from unjust
suspicions. Stephen, how could 1
have acted towards you aa I did*"
Again be endeavored to lead ber to
talk of the future rather than the
past.
"There Is one great surprise In stom
for you." he said. "But It Is a pleasant one In every way. Enid Is Mr.
Trslll's dauehter."
"I am glad.' she said simply. "1 do
not understand, but you must tell m��
another time. Just now, 1 ran think
only of you. and of myself. You mud
listen. Stephen. I will do all that you
demand, hide myself anywhere, bit
you must know everything. When *e
parted, when I deserted you to nurs*"
a dying man. I was foolish and wilful,
but not wholly abandoned Nor have
I ever been I was ri. h enough to gra
tify my whims, and. for a time. I lived
In Paris, on the Rhi*>ra, In Ploren-.e
and in Biarritz But 1 was always
meeting people who knew you. and.
although my wealth, and perhaps my
good looks, kepi me in a certain set,
I felt that our friends Invariably took
your aide and despised me. That em*
W't.rrd Be 'he more. At Issi your
father died, and I saw aome vague
reference 10 your dlsappearame from
society. I .1 fnptoyed agents to tra.e
you. They failed. Then I went to
America and lived on a ranch In N.
brarks. where I obtained a divorce
from you on the ground of detertlon.
DsaeitlOB, .*-t.h<-n! That was the plea
I raised."
(TO BE CONTINUED)
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For Port Simpson   Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 P. M.
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alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencing November 9th.
For   Skidegate,   Jew-day,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
Commencing November 2nd.
Hotd Central SffSlte.
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trains from Prince Hupert Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 P. M., returning
Thursdays and SundayB 4 P. M.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottages coner Second Avenue snd
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots in all paitl 0! the city.
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We represent some ol the largest Companies doing beisineas in the City.
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Swnd Art. Phone 112
; On your Christmas visit Eaat travel
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Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship booking*.
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Plumbing. Heating. Steamfitting and
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OfneeiJrd Ave. Work,hoc
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New
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Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
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J. GLUCK. Sec.
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM:.::
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Skeana Land DUtrict���Dlitrict ol Quean Charloti
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ol Princ
Kupert, aaddler, intanda to apply to tha Chid
Commiaaiont-r ol Lanela and Work, lor a licence
to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the follow-**-*; deacribed landa on the Weit
Coaat of e'rabam laland:
Commencing at a poat planled three milea ,��,.
ol the northeaat cornar ol C 1- No. Hoi tbence
aouth **,' chaina, thence SO chaina weat, tbenee **,'
chaina north, thence 80 chain, eaat to point of
commencement.
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For Rent
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For Rent��� Comfortable nodal
Ave . near Ilcipital.   Hon,
For Ri-n>���Nice clean, warn
Hate, iSe and up.   Kin* Gt
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Kor  Rent-Furnlihed   Ro.m��-Buckley
*2.5*l week up.
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fi-ethly papered and clean
H  F. McRae A Co.
. .-I,.,e to McBride.
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Skeena Land Diilrict���Dutrict of Queen Charlolt
Take notice thai thirty dayi from dale, I, C. E
Bainter ol I'rinca Rupert, B. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiel Com-
muuoner of Land, for a licence lo proipect for
coal and petroleum on and  under (rtO acrea ot
as  anv on  the  market,  and  the ***** on Orus-a balad deacrilied m loilowi:
., ,       _.    . Commencing at a poal planud two milei north
terms so easy���monthly���that any- of c E. B. Coal u*m No. is. marked N. vt.
one    run    hnv        Alone    te-itli    tlii.*   <���**���"-��-��� C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 24, thence -uutli
one  can   du..    Along  witn   tni�� M chliMi tbnet ._., M ch_in!li tbtBCt _orth
exceptional   offer,   each   lot   admits   SO chaina, thence im 80 chaini to place ot com*
., . ... menceroenl.
the   purchaser  to   a  drawing  for  a   Dtled Sept. 12, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
FREE     TRIP     ROUND     THE  p*lb���-*-*--*1-2S*
WORLD.     If you  hold  the  lucky skwn_ Uni Diiiriet-DI-rtHa ol Queen Chariot..
ticket   the   trip   is   vours;    or   Wu Take nottc-a that thiny dava from dat*, I, C. ��.
a      ,.   a                  �� Hunter of Prince Kupert,  u, C, by occupation
Can   surrender   It   for   a   Cash   COT.- bookkeeper, intend to apply to the ChM Com-
skWafinn     Thu rhnnrpc *irp Print,  cuiaa-ioner of Landa for a licence to proapect to
siaerauon.   i ne cnance? are gooa     ^ and p��tr0|eum on and undw 640 1Cf- of
one   in    forty-tWO.      Come   in   and   '*nd 0Q Graham lalaod deacribed ai followa
Commencini at a poit pointed two mil
,t .#-_,-. ���_..1      . . *    L-    l_   /���*__._.. f   -    - -  V���    1
��� ��^�� ��� *�����. ********* ******* ***a*t**t*s%
Insurance ;
fc4~-^*ll-l��_tl*-fcH-^l|-fc ll-*II^IIXl4
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I    .... ITEMS OF.
SPORT.' \i ���
OUK Companies are nott-1 for prompt and juat
aettlementa. We write mqf known elan* of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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..*)���   Wanted at Once���Chambermaid at the Central
Hotel. It    ,
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r
Wanted
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
\ storm
aroused in
ili>- iiuiiiiii
Into the Ft
* 'lll'.llll-llllV
i.if protest  lias been
Masonic   .-ircies   by
mi .if  .link  Johnson
���rfm-aliii'.'   anel   Kin-
lodge   ..f  l-'rc-   Alii-
investigate.
H.F.McRAE
AND COMPANY|
STYLES   FOR CHILDREN
ootrb
ol,lake rr...- .. . .:;.!,-.: Leaae No. 1, markeu
N. E. .-or.*..-.- C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 6, thence
aoulh SO chaina, tbence wait so ehaina, thenc
north SO chaina, thenca eaat SO chain, to placa ol
eommencement.
Dated Sept. 11. 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locate*
Pub. Sept. 2*1.
Welch will  refei   the W..I-
gasI-Welsh fighl al Los Angeles
��� ���ii November 30 tor the liwlii-
vvcighl championship ,,f the
world.
It Is More Difficult to Get Them
Right Than for Gro-vn-Ups.
in the thoughts ..f div-,-- uml
styles we must nol f,,j*-.-��*i lhe
children, and never were liais for
the little ones more charming
Hum this year. For the mosi
pari they are close lining, quaint
little bonnet shapes >,f fur an
being shown, and Tarn O'Shanter. I
The crown ,,f one seen in VIc-
oria last week was ..f pearl gray
beaver, while the head hand war-
corded with lace frills an.l a rosette .,f lace. Another waa a
turban of white f<>x with a frill of
fur on one side. This i*- worn
with ii n.'.'k pieofl uf the same fur
Qnished with frills of fur ai the
bottom .-f the neck piece-. And
���a imi would be even more sweel
and prett) for the kiddie would
h>- a coal :.inl itinir lee match.
wii.it little pink-cheeked (ol
would nol look altogether kiss-
able ni such ei costume?
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diiuict of Queen Chralotie
Taka notice that thirty daya Iron, dau, I. C E.
Ilainler of Prince Rupert. B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Cbiel Com-
miaiiooer ot I a id, for a licence to p.-oaprc lor
coal and petroleum on and under b40 acraa of
land on Graham laland leacnl.-: ai loilowi:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea nortb
nf C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 1. marked C. E. Uainter
K. ****'. corner Coal Leaae No. ti. thenee aoutb so
chaint. thanca eut SO chain,, tbence north so
ehaina. thence weal SO chaini to place ol cum-
me-r.cement.
I.a.ed Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und Dittrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlott
Taka notwr that thirty day, from date, I, C. E
Bainter of Prince !tupe*rt, B. C by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chief Commiaaioner ol Landi for a lie. nee to proipect for
coal and petroleum on and under 6-10 acraa of
land on Graham liland d-acribad a- followa:
Commencing at a poit planud two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaie No. I. ,tak��- S tt. corner
Coal Leaae No. T, thence nortb BO chalm, thenre
eait SO cbaina, thance aouth so chaini, thence
weat so chaini to place ol commencement.
Dated Sepl. II, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 2d
C E. UAINTER. Locator
Don t Buy Coal
Wait! The first week in December the Westholme Lumber
Company, Limited, will begin
selling Ladysmith Coal for 18.50
per ton, delivered.
Skew.a Land DUtrict���Dlitrict ol Queen Charlotte
Taka notice that thirty day, Irom data, 1. C. E.
Balnter ol Princa Rupart, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Cora*
niiamioner of Landi lor a licence to proepect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa ol
land on elraharo liland duecrlbod aa (ollowa:
Conimaticing at a pott planted two milaa north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 4, marked S- E. corner
C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. ft, thenc* north SO cbalm,
thenc* waat SO chaina, thenc* aouth SO chair.i.
thenc* eait su chaina to place ol commencemenl
Dated Sept. 11. ISII. C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. W
Skeena Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty dayi from dau. I, C E.
Hainter ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
boikkerper, inlend lo apply to the Chief Coir-
m:_ium r of Landi lor a licence to proipect for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham liland da-Krihed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planud two mile, north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaa* No. ft, marked S. E. cors*
C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14, tb*nc* nonh SO
chalm, lhanc* weat SO chaini, Ihenc* aoulh SO
chaim, th*nc* eaal 80 ehaina to placa ol com-
mencement.
Dated Sepl. II, 1911     c. E. BAINTER. Locator
rub. Sepl. 2.1.
Skeana Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queon Charlotu
laland!
Take nolic* that Auatin M. Brown ol Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, inunda to apply lo
the i I.M-f Commiaaioner of Unda and Worlte for a
licence to proipect for eoal. oil and p��troleum on
and under tb* lollownig deacrib-ad landa on lb*
Wa_t Coaat ol Graham liland:
Commenetnc at a pom planud three mil��� eaat
of th* aoutheait corner of C. L. No. 4470 thenc*
north 80 chaina, thenca eaat SO cbaina, thenca
���outh SO chaina, thenc* weat SO chaini to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug  19.
Courdareli, the gianl Turk,
looted at* a coming world beater,
who has arrived from hla name land with an offer lo throw
nu. man in Un* world, failed to
mak.- - 1 ai In- flrsl appearance in Montreal laal "r.-k. He
was l>ill.-.I i,. throw Raymond
Caseaus four limes within an
hour, hill failed to lake a single
full from lhe Frenchman. The
Turk weighed in ai S00 pounds,
having nearly 78 pounds the advantage >.f ih>- Frenchman, bui
though it-* was .-ii top mosi of
III.-   tliu.-.   he   .'..til.I   DO)    I'lll   III''
lighter man's shoulders to Ibe
luat.    Courdareli seemed lo be
iu i r condition, ami wai much
distressed toward lhe end. The
men wrestled al Graeco-Roman,
which     the    Turk's    manager
olailiicl  wa-  a  hit n.l na]..  n��  In.
man i- a oalch-as-catch-can
artist.
Social on Tuesday
Cookie Social and Musical Entertainment will be held in the
���Mclntyre Hall on Tuesday evening the 28th, given under the
auspices of the Young Ladies
Class  of  the   Baptist   Sunday
School        An   pninvnlilp   av-mlna   ****i *"* '*'thim liland detrrihed at lollow
oe.u.x.1.      mi   enju.aoie   e\eninff      Commencing at a pott 3mM two -nl._
will be Silent    bv    all    thnac    _-hn   m*a* ��crth��e.t .oim-t Coa! Leaaa 4I66 marked
trill uer speni    u\    dll    inose    ** no   c. E. B. Coal Leaae No. V), Ueenee toulh So ESS,
attentl       Tickets!   2Tsr 97fl 9   ���*���-""* w*,t so chalm, thenc* i.orth 80 chtint
���aneiiu.     i iLneis, mc. -g-rii-z ...._. ��� m. jrr*r* j^r��� 1ffiriBiiii_ul
  r.nUining 610 ae-rei more or leai.
Toric lense. for comfort.-Cameron's ' pu'i*'!.cT.P7: * ""��� C' E- UAI-s"rK,t
Skeer.t Land lli.trict Dutrict ol Que*n Charlolt*
Tak* notice that thirty daii from data, I. C. E.
Hunter of prince Rupert, B. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to tbe Chief Com-
ini-wioner of Un-lt f..r ��� licence to procpaet for
coal and pe*rolemm on and under 610 acraa of
follows:
Um nonh
Tommy   Dunderdale,   Winnipeg's star i keyiat, may folio-
lhe crowd lo the coasl and lu.-*
up wiih one ..f ilu* Patrick learns
in Vancouver or Victoria. Tommy has received a long i.*ii.*i-
from Frank Patrick offering lnm
11,000 for lhe season, which is
Indeed a verj Haltering offer.
However, Tommj ha- decided i-
mt.- the Quebec team Orsl obance
anil if ih<- will .-..in., through
wiih lh<- -am.- -alary he will hike
for ibe ancient capital.
Ottawa.   Nov.   :'0.���lack   Williams,  lhe  i rl.'-- center half
,.f i beOllawa football club, haa
announced ihat be would leave
aboul   January   I    for   Regina,
where be has a< pled a position
in tin- real estate bualnesi wltb
Uorgan O'Brien,   li la alf.. said
lhal   .'.limii.'   I)i-n.'\   and   Slum l
Robertson of ihe Ollawaa will ac-
compan) him. though Ihey have
nol >,*i closed,
See Howe & McNulty for
famous Kootenay Ranges.
the
H.I.O
Maternity nurae  open   for encasement.   Apply :
Box 21(9 N.wt. tf    '
Wanie.i"S*n*ant todoffeneral boutew-ork. Other '
maid kept.   Mn. L. W. Patmore. t-f    I
Wanted - Girl for general housework. Aliply
Mri. Uney. 1208 2nd Ave. 2<S-2��:    |
Wanted. ��� Dretimaking, cleaninir and prett-
Ing. repairing lor men and w.*n��-n Mrt Chnrlet
I'rrcher. ISO Third Ave.   Phone IXH Red.     if
We hav* permanent poaitiont for one or mor*
lady rep���-tenutivet in each city and towmlilp
In Wealern Canada. We ran otTer . ery attract,
ive urmt to thoa* who qualify and are eaillinir
to devou four to t.x hour* daily to ���ur work.
Clerin*n,en, tchoo) teachert and th.we ha.inic
large pcraonal acguainunce who can ttrrs\x*t
****** time will b* amply repaid for their e��.r.
vlrea. Addrr,,, Imtnediatelr. Box S6I, Winnl-
pen.
{���������������������*****i*t**SS^^
-GO TO-
The Big Furniture Store
-FOR-
It BLANKETS and COMFORTS
We have them in a great variety
from the cheapest to the best.
F. W. H A R T
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
ft
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Advertise in
The Daily News!
NOTICE!
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Lost and Found
u
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C. T. P. Transfer Agent,
Ordert promptly filled.   Price* raaaonabl*.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochetter. Centra St.    Phone Ov
FOl'ND-2 Small Keyt.   Ingulf** at .New, Offlce.
ffi-'-tf
Found-Ladlet' opal  wt  brooch.    Owner tend
deacrlptlon to E.J.M., Dally Nrw-t.       2SV248
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Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
Real Estate .
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JOHN CURRIE
I . e-M. AVKNt'l:
We have clients
for property on
Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth
Aves., close in.
Submit your listings
Continental Trust Co.,
LIMITED
Second Avenue Prince'Rupcrt
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Lot for Sal* In Section .'..  Bl.��-k 22. I.,t IS. Tth
Av*.  Apply Mlk* Ruilch. Box 5S City      if
Will buy Iota in Prince Rupert at banraln piirr.
r.r.-.i. Apply r.O. |: ��� esjll tutln-t l<*rat���i.
price. *lc. 231-tf
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V****\Ttn *t*n��irra{)hrr of ��klv i>xt***rlrnrr wants
potltkm. Ad<lrrss "Si-n.ifnit<h#r." &_t (*.*r-
dwaSt.. Vancouvvr, B.C. t-f
I BUT EIBU6
��� "M.^r-��i>%��
For Sale
2
For Sale���Wardrobe trunk in flrtt claaa condli'. xi.
Apply Room SS. ill Mh Ar*. Writ.       .*?������_:..
For Sale - Complet* cabin fumlthinit. Inclu.1-
ln�� rook tt..t��. labl... rhaira. ublrwarr. ,..**.
Ina* utentll,. bodt, wltk. coal and provitbrnt r.-l
C. Durant. II... I. !.* -Si-Tin
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraamr and SUu        Cholc* Win*, and Clear*
RUPERT'S   PALACE   or    COMFORT
We Pay  Highest Prices
for Brass. Copper, Lead.
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross antl Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
*******
i ~fcti~i-n.ni nii->h->ii��ii-mh imi
GRADES  IN   SECTION  2
-*---���*_..+
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily New*.
It's the easiest anel quickest way ..f, .-tri.inj-r money
of your own.     Apply at
THE      NEWS      tin**|<  K )
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BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and  Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with the Pacific li., -
fer Co., 807 Third Ave., anil insure prompt forwarding,
All accounts and correspondence addresse-d to
P.O. Boi 806
BEIRNES & MULVANY
will receive immediate attention
Hazelton. B.C.
Before the auction of lots In section *',
intending purchaser* should care-ftilh
Study the Lot Grades
,:i can i,t.l*.
ditaining a i*
! in. by 2 ft.
____^?_e!__i��__ig-_gj_ai^^_@m@_K2f.. ���
Vou can only elo this satisfartnrilv l.y
e.litaining a copy ..f the- large map I.'I ft
fi in. by 2 ft. | ceimplied from ..II'icihI n*
ceirds by J. H. 1'illslniry. I.E. Thi.
gives full de-tails of contours, t.,|��,
graphical features, atreet grades anel
lot elevation*.
PAICE   TWO OOU.ANS
For HaU- nt the Office- ef
C B. SCHREIBER | CO.     ���     IW Rupert
<UJ Third A\r. I* ��.  B...'..;.. |>|     . .���
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MEMORAMDtirM
NTIL  S   O'CLOCK
We    Loaned
Money
at '
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
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J**m p*%S5*'**>> r
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'T^ffi*
We   Loaned
Money
at
Per' Cent, to
Build This
House
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
i*
The Paper
for
Your Home!
THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
Nov. 29th is  the date  set for
the selling by auction  of  Lots
in  Serlioti   2.    If you wish to
gel a lot send us your intlrti,*
tions to buy, together with the.H
cash for the amount  you  care | m*f
to put in. *iS
Iiiims in   SALE   One  epiart. *
cash antl balance in I, 2 an.l.'(- g'
years at 6 per cent. ���*���
CR. NADEN COMPANY
It jrives you all the news of your own city and district as well as the principal happenings
m all parts of the world.   The news is well edited, its news columns are clean and wlml.-
F'.me.   It is a paper yo i needjn*/ourj*ome.   The advertising columns of the News
y.Mi m touch with opportunitie^fot^ge^gJ^fulUalue for your money. :      :
l)i-i ni;
���
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupt-rt, B.C.
Let us loan you the rm.-i,y to buy or b_i!_ a hous.-  or pay off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Chimney Sweeping .nd Furnace Cleaning
I'repnre for winter by getting your fnr-1
nares and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Ptltliell linear, <*.**, AM.ni  lm Hurl. ��r
I'HONE "I
THY THE "NEWS" WANT AI). ,
WAY OF PINDINfi I
������-���-���
Bill Head*
Price Lub
Memorandum Form*
Commercial Cards
In   Commercial Printing
wa hare a large stock of
*>~*ci,t*ini
(JlWiv-'jl
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We handle Blank Ledger
Fortni   for   Loose
Leaf System
Letterhead*
Stock Certificate*
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
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Forjocjety printing, we ensure, wnSctne!w^f8tglg_and taste in Visiting Cards, Wadding
s and Dance Programmes.   For any kind of printing from tha humble "dodger"
rinting consult th��  "lM0*i,a *tnu��
���D
to the highest grades of multi-color printin^c^iuhT " N.-u-s ,l���l,
Daily News Building
. -     Third Ave
PHONE   98
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