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 OUT OF WORK TOOAY?
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DEC 221911
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NEXT MAILS
For South
Prinoeag Mary,Today, 8 p.m.
Camosun.... Sunday, 0 p.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
I VOL. II,  NO. 288
Prince Rupert. B.C., Saturday, December 16, 1911.
Price Five Cents
1ANUFACIUR
T§ FIGHT B. C: COI
PICTURE SHOW WAS WRECKED
BY THE MONTREAL ITALIANS
THEY WOULDN'T STAND FOR   SEEING   ATROCITY   PIOTURE8
OR FOR THE ARABS QETTINQ THE BEST OF IT—RU8HED
THE THEATRE AND STOPPED  THE   8HOW.
(Canadian Proas Despatch.)
Montreal, Doc. 10—Because
lhe moving pictures being shown
depioting the alleged barbaritlei
Inflloted on the Turks and Arabs
by Italian soldiers, and giving
the Turks Ibe best of the fighting
in lho war in Tripoli, a large
body of Italians rushed lhe theatre where they wore being dis-
MINES TO WORK
ALL WINTER
Mr. Edgar Harris, of Harris Bros.,
Gives Encouraging Account of
Work on American Boy, Silver
Cup and Rocher de Boule.
Interviewed by a Daily News re-'.
porter while on their way south,
D. II. nnd Edgar Harris, of Harris
Urol hers, the well-known Hazel-
Ion mining men, gives excellent
reports of the outlook for the
properties in that country. Tho
brothers arc just going home for
Christinas nml will be back by
January ir>lh, as they will keep
at work on their American Hoy
group all winter. A crescent
tunnel lo their No. 2 vein is now
being driven, which will give
them KIT fool depth on the vein.
The ore body is very rich, averaging over i?100 a ton, one largo
piece weighing III? pounds giving
a nassay of *:i7 I to the ton. Work
is going «u in night aud day
shifts. Work is also going on
wilh promising result! on the No.
3 vein, and a gang will sink a
shaft mi No. 1 in lho spring,
where values of over "M'O a ton
have already been obtained.
Mr. Harris reports that the
HocIht tie lloule properly, which
was recently bonded to some Salt
Lako parlies al a big llgure-
sonio reports said ?25(i,00(l—
have already g<>i twelve men al
work Installing machinery, which
Includes an eight-drill fngersoll.
They will drive a crosscut tunnel
In tup lho lower vein at u depth
of 20(1 feet.
Silver Cup is also keeping llii	
mon al work nil winter tunneling
on Ihe Duke claim.
played Insl, night. Tbe angry
men lore down the signs, routed
tbo ushers, and compelled thu
proprietor to slop the show.
Tbey threatened if it is repeated
tomorrow to return and wreck
the place.
Wui'ks arc showing a large as-
sorlmeiit of Howard railroad
watches. tf
WILL TEST THE
COMPANY LAW
Canadian Manufacturers' Association Will Fight the Licensing of Extra-Provincial Companies at First Opportunity.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Doc. Id.—The Canadian Manufacturers' Association
has decided when tbo firsl opportunity is presented to bring a test
ease against the licensing of ex-
Ira Provincial corporations under ihe Companies Act of liritish
Columbia.   The case will be tuken
ii ssary  lo  the  Privy Council
lo   the   Supremo   Court   und   if
to tosl ils constitutionality.
ARRANGED FOR
THREE DEBATES
Prlnoe Rupert Young Men Will
Furnish Education and Entertainment This Winter by Public Debates.
Coll  anil  .* ni'  select   slock
of diamonds ami gnu rings. J. S.
dray & Sons' Jewelry Store,  if
SOON OPEN NEW WHARF
Q, T. P. Line to Provincial Wharf
Being Hurried to Completion.
Two long ballast trains dumped
Iheir loads al high speed wilh
lho special clearing our apparatus
along iho grade between ihe
depot ami ihi- Qovernmenl wharf
yesterday.   Rapid work has boon
done In spike ilu< rails and eom-
plele the skeleton track so far,
ami tin' ballasting will make the
line iii shape for heavy iraOlo
very soon. Willi I In' completion
of lho aooosi to lln1 wharf ami lho
railway and lho appointment of
iho wnnrfmasler, Mr. J. Beatlle,
ii would nppi'itr ihat before long
the wharf will bo opened for boat
Iralllc. Tho false work used in
lho soiling of 'Uli' OOnorelfl piles
hns been adapted for protective
Iniil.->-  singing  lo  lho  wharf  lo
prevent damage to the structure
by heavy steamship Iralllc.
Paper decorations, tinsels, eic
for housi'i. iloros, olo. WaHace'a.
Notloe
a i iinu of the residents of
Seel inns 5, 0, 7 and 8 will beheld
iii the Proebylorlan church ball
mi Tuesday next, December 10th,
nl 8 p.m. Thomai Dunn, (1. II. Nation and w. p. Lynch will addresi
the meeting.   The objeeti of the
properly owners' Association
will ho fully Outlined nl the meel-
Everyone   ihould   attend.—k.
fflaxmaOi Secy. W
Representatives from tho Pres-
byterian, Anglican and Hapiisi
Church clubs mot last niglil
and decided lo nrrange a series
of three public debates, to lake
place during the winter season.
One will be held at the Presbyterian Hall, one in Mclnlyre Hall
ami one al SI. Andrew's Hall. A
novelty in the debate will be thai
in each debate Ihore will be on
each side a representative from
tho Anglican, Baptist and Prcsby-
lerian Young Men's clubs, and
oaoh body will nominate a judge.
In this way any possibility oT de-
nomlnalional rivalry will be ruled
mil and Juslioe will bo done.
The dales and ■uhjeols are as
follows;
.Inn. 22—Haptisl Brotherhood,
Mclnlyre Hall. "Resolved, Thai
early marriage injures a young
man's ohancos of success."
I'.-li. 0—81. Andrew's Hall.
"Resolved, Thai all races should
bo eligible for ollltensblp in Canada."
Feb.  ti — Presbyterian   Hail.
"Resolved, That there should be
an eduoallonal Qualltloalion,"
The entertaining club will iu
each case supply the leaders, and
each will In' supported hy one
member fmm the other two clubs.
Crowded1 for i m—musl «•**■-
continue our toy departments
everything in toys, dolls, games,
etc., ai cost.   Wallace's.       if
FOR JOE MERRYFIELD
New Wholesale Store With Residential Rooms on 1st Ave.
Piledrivlng   operations   oon.«
moneed Blhll morning on IhO silo
mi First Ave. near McBride si.,
for new wholesale grooery wire-
house premises lo be erected for
.1. B. Morryfiold by J. H. Bildltoh,
Tbo promises will Include a sol
of handsome modern residential
apArlmenla on lhe upper floors
I,, lie rented.   The plans and spo-
oifioalions have I " prepared by
Messrs. Monro nnd Lailsy, arohl-
loots, and lhe pile driving is being done   hyWm. Angle.
one Helmsman Player Piano
In lie sacrificed for cash al
Walks. ••
FLOUR MILL DE8TROYED
Robin Hood Mills at Moose Jaw
Goes up in Flames—Loss
$200,000
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Moosejaw, Doe. 1(1.—The Robin Hood flour Mills wore destroyed by Ure Insl night, entailing a
loss of 1200,000. The capacity
of the mill was 1500 barrels.
HAVE USE OF VAULT
Registrar and    Staff    Occupying
New Temporary Quarters.
Meiiiliors nf ihe registry oOlflloe
staff, Including Mr. Burrllt, the
registrar, aro occupying the Con-
linculnl Trust building temporarily. Mr. Burrltl removed his
hooks, olo., from lho police station nl the first opportunity after the Supreme Courl olosed.   .
Freo   doll   ut   Ward's   Candy
Shop.    Wnlch thc window.    If
INSURANCE BILL
PASSES LORDS
Lloyd George's Great Measure for
National Insuranoe Only Awaits
King's Signature to Become
Part of English  Law.
(Special to Dally News.)
London, Deo. 16.—-Tho National
insuranoe Hill bus passed iho
House of Lords uml only awaits
tbo formality of the King's signature in beoome operative, Twelve
million mon uml women in Great
Britain will bo alTeoled by iho
irovlaions uf the bill, which compels Insuranoe againsl sickness
ami unemployment.
Before selecting a piano see the
Stanley nl Cray's Jewelry store.
Cannot bo henl for lone, quality
uml price. I'innos lunod nml repaired* If
MEET  IN  VANCOUVER
Western Canada Baptists to Hold
Convention in Coast City
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Doc. 10—It wus de-
oidoil lasl niglil by Ibe commit-
loo iii charge that lhe convention of Western Canada Baptists
will bo hold in Vanoouver In the
near future.
Camosun Xmas Trip.
Ni'vi Friday, 22nd Inst., the
Camosun will arrive aboul 7 p. m,
from lln' south with Xmas mail
uml will pull mil iho sumo evening on u direct run south again
in luml passongors for Xmas day
in Vancouver. The Camosun will
nol make Blowarl next week-end.
PELAGIC SEALING ENDS FOR
APERIODOF^HFTEEN YEARS
TODAY   THE   TREATY   BETWEEN   RUSSIA,   CANADA,   UNITED
STATES AND JAPAN CAME   INTO  EFFECT—ROOKERIES  HAVE  BEEN  ALMOST DEPLETED.
Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous candies in a
largo nml varied assortment nml
Christmas gifi boxes al Keeley's,
3rd uml iiili. if
ANOTHER FALL AT DANGER SPOT
This Time the Victim Was Not Killed, Only Had His Head Fract
tured, and Will Probably Recover
TOM WILLIS MEETS WITH BAD ACCIDENT
Slipped on the Ice on  First Avenue Plankway,  near the Grand Hotel Last Night,
and Fell Head Downwards on the Rocks—Had a Fall of Twenty-Five Feet—
Waa Picked Up for Dead- Doctors Amazed at the Man's Escape
from Instant Death
At almost (lie same spot behind tho Dominion Hotel where
i mail was killed by a fall Insl
year, Tom Willis, a longshore-
muii. slipped on Ibe ire Inst night
nml crashed down n dislanco of
twenty-five feel lo the rocks below, lie is alive, bul his forehead
was smashed, lho skull is frne-
luri'il nnd he has concussion of
llh' brain. He lies at the (ienernl
Hospital in n critical condition,
bui ibis morning was reported to
bo lining ns well ns might be expected.
Had a Close Call.
Dr. Tremayne, who wns rolled
it dlalely  after  the  arcidenl,
Bays Willis has hail aboul the
closest call he might live through.
The distance he fell was n clear
twenty-live feel, Qfleoo feel farther than the fall which killed
John Crawford aboul u fortnight
ago in the sumo neighborhood,
uml Ion feet farther tli.ui that
which killed another victim last
year close to the same placo,
Slipped on Plankway.
How Willi* came to i t with
the accident Isdlflloull lo account
for, say the doolor nml sonic of
III*'   helpers.     He   -lipped   oil   lllc
plankway leading lo the row of
onion* just below tin- Dominion
Unlet   III   Ihe  deep   gull)   between
Ihnl    building   ami    Iho   Grand
II I.
Hipped Under Ball.
There is a railing mi the |*l.iiik-
way, but Willi* managed lo slip
under the guard rail between ihe
rail ami lhe plank footway. Ire
eaused his fall, lie was perfect-
|j sober and u strong, well set up
mi ' I tiitl noi have sur-
vivetl Ibe blnw nu his bond.
Picked Up for Dead.
Helper'* Immediately after the
i nleiil   look   him   up   for deatl.
but Willi* WSJ aide lo speak and
complained of injuries to his
hack though in a senu-eonsclous
condition und suffering from
concussion of the brain. The
forehead was dark bruised nnd
Uie    eye*    seemed    ll tl i*l    by    I lie
rocks.    Bj  u  sheer mlraole no
Iii.it voepi those of the forehead wore fractured.
LAUGHING, THEY WENT TO THEIR DOOM
(Canadian Press Despatoh.) |
Victoria, Dec. io.—Under lhe
lorms of treaty between Russia,
Canada, ibe United States uml
.lupun lo terminate pelagic sealing, which came into elVeol today, a onoe groat Industry ooases
io exial* The Canadian sealers
mo to be compensated by the
Qovernmenl.
Only 85,000 skins wore dis-
posed of in tlie London market
loday, Tbey brought $..'7 u skin,
sl more than usual. Tbo Japanese raiils mi Hit; seal rookeries of
Behring Sen have almost depleted
ihe herds.
Many of the American sealers
are in be refuted to enter lhe
halibut trade.
NAVAL REPORT   A COLUMN OF
JUST ISSUED! LOCAL JOTTINGS
It Is the First Naval Report Ever
Issued In Canada—Deals Mainly With the Late Government's
Policies.
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Ottawa, Dec 10.—The nrsi re-
porl nf the Naval Service bus just
boon issued nml deals with tbe
carrying nut nf tlie naval policy
• I' the late Government, the work
of lhe Fisheries Protoollve Service, Hydrographlo Survey, Wire-
les* ami lladio-Telograpbic Service,    ii  stales thai  .'in recruits
Were     secured    for    the     ituisiT
Rainbow, all bul three being secured iu British Columbia*
FIRST AVENUE
FORGES AHEAD
Fine New Business and Residential Block to Be Ereoted by J. H.
Hilditch for Allan Campbell
Near McBride Street.
Another line business ami resident ial block is planned for first
avenue, near MeHnde street,
overlooking the new Provincial
Qovornmonl wharf. The building
is lo bo erected by .1. H. Ulldlloh
for Allan Campbell.
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prlnoe Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
l.iitlics' watches from now until Xmas at special prices at
Walk's. If
Christmas Social.
The Scandinavian Society Vul-
balla or B, ll. a B. l'. Is making
preparalions inr nn enjoyable
social Willi danoe In K. of 1*. Hall
Saturday, Dec. Joib, ul 8 p. m.
Music by dray's orchestra.
Oentlemen 11.50; ladies free.
dt6-ga
Christmas Rush.
Dig rush to Keeley's for Perfumes iu fancy gift paokages.   if
All kinds of musioal Instruments ut .1. S. Cray tSk Sons', Gill
street. if
equipment will all be of iho most
modern,   uml  everything   will   be
arranged In substantial style tn
suit the structure lo the excellent
site. Messrs. Munroe 6* Lailoy are
lho  architects   in  charge  of  the
III
work    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
For Men.
Shaving Sels, Safely Itu/ors,
Shaving Mirrors, S having
Brushos, strops—all appropriate
Christmas gifts for men — at
Keeley's Pharmacy. if
Tobogganed It.
One of the features of tbo recent Provincial police excursion
into Ibe .Naas district was thu
method adopted by Indian Agent
C. C. Perry fur descending a long
'ide. lie simply sal astride of
his kil bug ami tobogguuod it, to
ilie huge delight of lhe rest of
the parly.
See Sweder Hros. for holiday
tailoring. d2l
All mombera of iho Ratepayers'
sSSOOiatlo** ai'o invited to attend
a meeting for members only in
the .Mclntyre Hull this evening,
Di mhor 10th,   Those who huve
joined bul  huve n.,I  yel  received
membership   cards,   can   oblum
their curds al Ibi- door. It
Beautiful "open stuck" dinner
uml   lea   sels —OVer  U   lull   weight
nf them jusi received dii i from
England.   Tasteful patterns, open stock,   medium- pries. Wal
luce's. If
A snapshot Of lho Victims of lhe recent Olldden Tour disaster taken jusl  before lhe slnrl on
their IragiB holiday trip.
The Bible and Progress.
"Tho Place of the llible in
Human Progress" is Ihe interesting subject that llev. W. II. .McLeod, H. ll., has lakeii for his sermon tomorrow alghl In lbs Ho*
Inhre Hull nl 7:.'W. The regular
lluplisl Church SSrvlOSS will be
held then al It a. in., 2:3(1 p. m.
ami 7: 80 p. m. Special music
will be rendered by the choir.
Prlnosss May Today.
The C. P. II. steamer Prince"*
May  arrived  today with  passengers and mail  from Vancouver.
NEW CAPTAIN
FOR QUADRA
Captain John D. MoPherson of the
C. P. R. Steamer Otter Is the
Luoky Msn—Will Take Com-
mand Very Shortly.
Victoria,    Dee.     Id.      Cnplain
John d. MoPherson of the c. p.
II.  slenmor idler  Iih»  been  appointed lo command thu Domin-
NEXT OOUNTY OOURT
Judge Young Will Sit on January
Sth,  1912
Old  Reliable
The SS. Camosun arrived al 7
a.m. today with passengers antl
mail fmm Iho south. She pulled
onl again for Stewart at 11 a.m.
mu Qovernmenl steamer ouadra
in place of Captain llaekell. who
recently resigned. Captain Mo«
Phorson Will lake enmmaud ns
sunn a* ibe vessel returns from
Iht present trip lo ihe north*
Next sittings nf the County
Court will bo opened by Judge
Young no January nth, IBIS, The
court may ho m. m in the Maoln-
lyre   hull,   unless   meni'limo,   Iho
temporary offices for the laml
registry siaif ai tnpleled, enabling lhe    rniirl.    hOUSe In    bo
used* Chambers hearings in
connection wilh the county court
oases will be held next week by
Judge Young.
There arrived yesterday a large
sbipmenl   of Cut  class,   Royal
Crown Derby China, hand painted
China ami many   other beautiful
lines especially attractive and
appropriate for Xmas gifts. Call
ui Wark's before you buy.     if
Choioesl   liipiors  and cigars—
Savoy.
Qerhard Helntiman
I'll
r    Ihir
1 \     days
Prank   it.
Keeley.    lho
exclusive
agt
nt   for
tills
famous
piano, w
III   o
ffcr in
per
cenl.
discount
on
every
piano.
If
Panlorlum
Phono 4.
Pioneer   Cleaners
Don't   forget  that you ean find
ii   complete   lino  of  Hand   lings.
sml  case  Umbrellas with  gold
filled nml sterling silver handles.
Cray's Jewelry Sin-,'. Prices
right. ti
Christmas Gifts In Ohlna.
Keeley's elegant display o
land painted China in wid
range of variety and price is at-
Miss Lester left by (he Prince
Huperl yoslerday morning for a
holiday trip in lhe oust, she will
return to the oily uboui lho
middle of March,
Christmas Oards.
Extraordinary   assortment   at
Keeley's. tf
Christmas dinner—friends in-
Vlted, extra dishes, glasses, linen
needed.  Everything in these
line-.    Wallace's. If
THE WEATHER.
Twenty-four   hours   ending   5
a. in., Dee. Id:   Bat*., 29.07; max.
trading ibe Chrtslmaji shoppers*I temp., 80.0;  mln. temp,, 30.0;
If I rain, .29.
 THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Nettspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published br the Prince Rupert Publishing Coeopanr, UssMs4
DAILY AXD WEEKLY
T.HAN'SIEST DISPLAY ADVEftTISIS3-5) cents per inch.    Contract rat«
on af plication.
nJBSCUPTION RATES-To Canada. United States and Mexico -Daily. 50c
p*r month, or IS. Uu per year, in advar.ee. Weekly. $2.00 per year. Al!
Other CoantntM-Daily, tS.'X) per year; Weekly, $2.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
SITE FOR CITY
WEIGH SCALES
Scales Are on Hand, but Council
Cannot Agree on Site—City Engineer Called on to Reconsider
Whole  Matter.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily \*;.vi Bj !i:r.<. Tniri Ave., Mm Ripert, B. C. Telephone M.
Th-- city weigh scale? are now
on hand, and Alderman Hilditch
at la-' ' gill's Council meeting
express idea of baring them
placed  at   the   light   plant.     He
;    uted oul that it would be very
Subscribers   wiii  greatly  oblige  by  promptly  calling up Phone 9*3 in caa« of   .-■ :.\. foi    the    W-«tholme
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers. Lumbal   C  '  pan)   in   Uie   Selling
  - ■;••' th.- cheap eoal tbey advertise),
while II ^      : i - . be handy for
Hi>tel lo serve boi
the railway depot.
approved by th.- M
I    Mie  dlsCU-sJon   r
that the matter b-
!■• the City Engm
Thi*   looked   li
peculiar proposit
hat he has alread;
•r referred to h:
|.-cted a sit*- .ui i
Further   discu--
rf suited in the ca:
lion ihat the Cit
- :<i*-r  the  ma:
ea .ind
: h * nl-' i «U5
.   t after
. - iggesled
c: again
Davis  a
iidering
bad the mat-
and baa m-
-':•■••'.
however,
.   ; a mo*
.   •er re-
:  report.
Daily Edition.
Saturday. Dec. 16 J^JJ \ ././\ Douglas sag-
I tied a sa.. near Ike Bt John
THAT  THIRD  AVENUE SIDEWALK.
Henriette Leads Up.
The ii. T. P. st. " Henriette
Um i; "n a cargo • ■1 ;'•■•*■ chiefly
barrels and ga- drums,  for
transportation * She left in
the  small  hour- :      VancouVsW
and way |„.ris.
Christmas vexatious  problems  i
Sold for any amount, :
Prince Bui
Deliver to.
Favorite of the Weat
No home in this western country can well afford lo be with"'Jt
The Family Herald and Weekly
Star'* of Montreal.   It is particularly   useful   in  western   homes.
The information it gives to the
new   settlers   as   well   is   worth
hundreds of dollars a year.   It is
simply marvelous the amount of
good    instructive    matter    that
paper   contains   each   week.     It
well   deserves   it   success.     One
dollar cannot be better invested
in western homes than by ordering that great paper.    A beauti-jSLOi-kN & COMPANY
premium picture entitled "HomeI
Again" is also included, and it is'
well worth the dollar ak-ne.
Sloan & Company, L
MERCHANDISE
united
of
SLOAN ft
Sixth street
Prince Rupert's leading hotel—
>a\".v.
Read The Daily News
Tl ■ -. .- dew ilk "ii Thifi avenue ei*t of Fourth street
• ment to be =ure. but  quite  a number of citizen*
-king why it wasn't built on the other side of the
street at thi* point.    It -tart- o:T jt the Police Office, which is
only a temporary police office after all. t.f be abandoned when
the m - Cit) Hall i- ready.    Then  it pa.«-e- along a group of
barren Government lots, cupied except by one small shack
whii h once did duty a- the police office,   Across Third street
the new sidewalk ; isses Mr. Barrow's hou*e. Mr. Barrow was
alderman, but it can't be.  for hi* convenience that the j
- lewalk takes bis side for he doesn't live in his house   now.,
The next and ia-t building passed by the sidewalk is the Mu-
'fiello H inse," whi- h. though a busy centre, co-ts no
leather to reach, and has no  special  need of a  stdewalk.
The -.iewaik end* at Second street ju-t opposite The  News'
office.
•   v on the other <;de of the street, where there is no side-
-.. there are a great many bu-ine-- premises.    First, there
a \\        ■ -  department  store,  still isolated by morasses and
• -.    Then there i- Mr. Kiiffman'* music store, also iso-
t«' leavings.    There is the Empire newspaper
the  McCaffery c; Gibbons re-.dential and business block
with William Grant's plumbing office and show rooms and E. L.
-'- funeral chapel.    B--  les   his there are several oceu-
-. where women and children live, all of   which   are
-.-:..ft side plank*.   Last, but not least, there
.- T:;- >'•••■.- office,       ess to which  is over a   wilderness   of
fa-.
B] • v-py rule of obvious public need the *idewalk should
have been run down the opposite side of the street to that which
it m a -     Why wj. it not  so built?    I-  it because  the!
• next to the Telephone Central is owned by Alderman
Hil I b, and the corner next to -Mr. Barrow's house is leased
by him. or is it just because he doe-n't want Alderman New-
- The Dailv New? to have a sidewalkf
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Christmas Dainties
FRESH    AND    SWEET
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New Mincemeat, just like mother used to
make; it's   only 65c per quart.
We have just received a large shipment of
New Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts,
Table Raisins, Dates, Oranges, and
Chocolates.
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For twelve consecutive m"nth» th- 1-2-3 Liquof Store, a:
Fulton street, has carried an aasortmenl ••! Wines and Liqu'r-
in British GMumbia.    And why should this nut be -v.-?   We -•.    '.      ■ ...
prices, and E. J. Maynard is always ..n deck with the glad har. I and a
rs may follow, but we ha\e always presented a list tbat f i  -
-•    .J* has always earned the earnest appreciation of our nurner   .-
wharfage and carriage on hamper baskets which already cos* a   I it il
l-C-3 Liquor Store offers a special discount of 10 per cent on  all Liq
Win*--, commencing the 18th da>  of December and continuing lor th
Lager Beer, from $1 to $3 per dozen. Scotch Whisky from 40c to S1 SO per bottle
Rye Whisky from 40c to $1.36 per bottle. Brandies from 40c to $3.75 per bottle.
Bourbons from $1.38 to $1.80 per bottle. GO years old.
and ev.-r>th::ig else m proportl a.
Send in your orders now f.tr the holidays and avoid the rush,
•rstep by the "Barefoot Boy."'
Please do not hang him on the wall.
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Corner Second Ave.    •    and
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WANTED—SOME LABRADOR   FISHERMEN.
Full credit to Herbert EL Stevens, i>.n-.r\ative member of'
ment for Vancouver, for advocating in the House of C*.>m-
mons  the  settlement of a thousand  Labrador fishermen and
their  families  upon  the  coast of  Northern  British  Columbia.
It i- the D  itstati -manlike contribution that has yet been made;
for U .ling of a wh '■ - ii-hery on our coasts
II .- . :.•• ••• protest    -•     - bor in  the fisheries
ther !al"..r offer*.     Beonomic laws pay no heed to
.■■-•- ind prejudices.   The yellow man i* not to be driven
" il—he must be d •;   iced
T     ring a thousand Labra-.-i Bsbermea to the North Pa-
C    -'   -  in act "f mercy, of which a modern Portia might
•  ■
"It  i-  twu e ble--ed.    It l.le.-eth him that gives
.\nd him that doth receiv-.'
A thousand fi-hermen and their families transplanted from
the ngors of Labrador to the  genial coa«ls and well stocked
ts of Hi    lie Strait* would be transplanted from poverty to
comfort them-eh---. and would do • great deal lo enrich the
di-tr would -ettle in and the government that would aid
them h ther.
The fishermen of Labrador are* poor, "desperately poor,!
:■ ' 'h*- kinde-t and bravest people I have ever come acr"--."
pitta Robm-on in hi* latest book on Labrador. They
would have '■■■ be assisted here. But the money so spent
• ■;• ri'li dividends, and do more th.iii any amount of
bloodshed and tre-,--;re t-> -olw the problem of the Oriental on
..ur coasts.
The Labrador fisherman w|,,, bring- hi- family and his
Labr -'om> with him w-.,i t.e an asset to -ettlement. too.
family tills the little homestead while the man i- out at
"Simple in faith, honest in purpose, their hospitality
limite.i |.-, . ireumsiances, courageous' in adversity, re-ourceful
in danger." the Labrador lisherman i- depicted by Dr. Wilfrid
Qrenfell would prove a valuable asset t.» thi- young and rich
country.
I ■ no secret that the local Liberal Executive of last year
WSJ urging that step- be t.tken to import white fi«hermen for
our fisheries. Their plan- were cut "ir shortly by the unex-
pected fatality on September 2l-t last The knowledge that
i,lie i.l lhe British Columbia members at least i- striving lo
secure the importation of white n-hermen to our coasts should
and will meet with warm encouragement from all sides. The
New- -ugpes(. thai resolution*   in   support   of  this   policy  be
passed by the various political, trade and patriotic societies
throughout the di-tnet and forwarded before the House reassemble- to all the member- of Parliament who represent
Brit i - li   Columbia  ri,n*tiluencie«.
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PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
-PRESENTS-
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OUR REGIMENT'
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20,1911
AT 8.15 P. M.
In Aid of Public School Library Fond
Seat Sale opens at Keeley's Monday December
18th  at  10 a. m.    Play produced by
Mr. L. Bullock-Webster
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Tickets $1.00
Children 50c
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For twelve contceutive yean> the Gold Seal Liquor Company have had an auortment of HoUda]
unequalled by any other vine or liquor house ii, British Columbia.   And why ihould thi* not tr I
It was thil company tbat introduced Christmas hampers on the Pacific Coast, and although
copied the idea, we have ref-ularly presented a list that for genuine value and popular variety of *,*'--
always earned  tbe expressed appreciation of customers.
Hamper A
Hamper C
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
AND
SHOE
HOUSE
Harry Smith
Corli s Coon Collars
Find It Through a News Want Ad.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
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Appeals to the Business and Professional Man,
the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
Walks of Life
BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When a man's time is W'.rili of tbt poison t.y a rapid »>s-
a great deal more to him than j teni of elimination, leaving the
the coat of a drink habit cure , drinker in th<- condition that
bfl i» not going lo drag along j he via- before taating liquor,
for twetity-ejght to forty-two M far as the effect of alcohol
days taking a treatment When   , may  bs  concerned—all  appe-
he can get a cure in three days,
without hypodermic injections,
and be surrounded with (Very
comfort of home.
A PERFECT CURE.
The .\cal internal treatment
cures the periodical, occasional or moderate drinker and the
nervous man who has to drink
to keep from becoming nervous. It takes away all inclination to drink, all desire and
craving to drink, by neutralizing the poison of alcohol in the
system and ridding the blood
lite for drink g.
n>-w man.
ne—and he a
The treatment consists of
the internal administration of
! a harmless remedy, u.nic in
it-   action,   that   removes   lhe
| craving for liquor in a very
few hf'tirs.
DRUG   HABIT CURED.
Ai   the   Vancouver  institute
we also treat drug addictions
■ wilh   uniform   success.     Call.
; write or phone for booklet, giv-
> ing full information.
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
1260 Broadway W., Vancouver, B. O. Phone Bay view M6
1  Bonis   (Veld   Saai   "XXX"  Fin*   OU
Catenae   a-and,
1  ketUs tUrdsracn's "■ountsln  Dsa* '
(ketch Whists*
1   twills   Gold    aVaal    tpac al   (*>♦—*-
•aa.r--c.ld
1  ho'.tis "Sl. Urns" Nf. .. Poet W -s
1  bows "at. frm.na" gmtts CaUasba
W His
• amis "sack O' Hearts" ttpc-rt Sear
—Cnr.atma*  B'a*>
e p -ts twit) Mai Or, ainfsr Als
IT   aettlas HCT   ffHOC   »4 40
All   rrasfht   OsarffN   v.ot d   to   naavsarl
•aal    "XX"   Pins   Old
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2 bottlw    California    "Thrs*
I -'s-dsl   ICtsrMI
1  bonis     Maps    as    aonoms
taoit"  Anftlica  Wins
1  bottl* Cans* a litra Pint Old tno-
lith O'iii Wins
1  bottla Sandarson'a "saaunuin  Da*»"
Scotch WhlaStr
1  bottla   Oold   Stsl   "XXX"  Flna   Old
Co«nsc Brsnd|
1  bottla   Ooid   Saal   Spacial   ssM—e-
■aar-osd
•  pmu  Bold   S.al   Or,   O.ngsr   Als
12 pr.i, "sac»  O' Hsaru" Iiport B««r
—Christmas Braw
Ctism*
"tirtid Spacial"
26 bottlaa
NIT PBICf S« SO
Hamper E
I  bettls Carnol Pri'M' "XXX
caag*.   Cof-sc   Bra-o>
1  bottla  »ard»rso"'a
Scotch   W'l.n
1  bcttlt  'Thrsa  Saal" S-Ms'-o'd W*
nst'tn  tt,. ,
1  bottla iohnion'i Hartmi or im-nsi*
un  tCoc suits
1 bottla    10-iaar-old    Prarcr
C*f,   Wins
2 bettiaa    Napa    A    So-ct*
Caajls"  I.n'andal  ic ..
1 bottl.   Napa    A
Mggfttf Tort -
1 bottla   tr ml
• p,n"*M0.ld    «-l    "xxx
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TnrM
Sonoma    "TUN*
Wins
•ardintt't CrtTf dl
"Saauntain 0t*»"
(rs.fht
Hamper B
1 battts  Ooid
Co*j«a<  sVandf
1  botu. asssssaWetli'a
Scotc*  Whiat.f
1 bonis   B-.id   Caal   Cc-Klal   Mia—«-
•sar-oid
1 bottla "Two la.i.    Oalifarnla Port
Win.
1  bottl. "Two Eaala" Oallfsrnla aWiar-
'» Wlna
1  bof.ts   "Bt.   Vista"   Old   Satat   Ca-
u.ba Wins— MM
1 bottla   Napa   A
■ ttra Ciarst
A plnu "sacs O   Haavrta"
—Chr.atmaa Brtw
• •","•»!-   •?•'   -*KX"   etotit   or
•nalla fa's Al.—xmaa Brass
1S battlas NtT PNICf SS 60
All   fr«H«ht   cnargsa   pr.pata   to   nsar.tt
fr.ifht station.
Sonoma   California
■ iport Bs.r
Hamper D
1 bottl. "Doctor's Spacial" Old Scotch
WhisSsi
1 bottla "Thrsa Bast" S-,aa--cld Canadian Na.
1  bottl.   Oold   Saal  "XXX"  Fin
Cognac Brand*
1  bottl.   Old   Canadian   Whlta    Malt
Whiltl*
1  bottla   Oold    Saal   "Salactsd"    Old
Irish   Whisks*
1  bottl.    Napa    A    Sonoma    "Thrss
lagi."  Fori Wins
1 bonis    Napa    A    Sonoma    "Thrsa
CaaJa" Sharr* Wins
1  bonis    Nspa    A    Sonoma    "Thr..
laglt"  Sluscat Wlna
1  bonis     Napa     A     Sonoma   "Thrsa
Eaala"  Tosa,  Wins
1  bonis   (pint)   Norses   Clark   Orar-
proof Jamaica Rum
1  bonis (pint) Bond A Co 's London
Old Tom Oln
11   bottlaa NtT PRICS SS 10
All  frslght  chsrgss  pr.pald   lo  naaraat
f-sight  station.
.    Saal    "XXX"
Stout—Xmaa erst* ..„„..
12 pmu "Jac» O' Haarta" Fsls S>ro"
Bear—Xmsa Br.w
27  bottl*. NIT PRICS $91»
All  frslght  chargss   pr.pa'd to na«f«i
frslght  stafon.
0M Hamper F
2 pints  N.idtlsck's
pol." Champagne
"Cau     0'     No"
Rrd  Top  me--*
trtnt*!
Scotch  Wh"«<>
S-raar-oia C«*
1 bottl.
Liqu.ur
1  bottla  "Old  "lull",,,
1  bottla "Thr*. ShI
1 t»EgtmmU*>l SUrtlnl or Hsnh.l-
tan   OoCkUIIS
1 bonis Lion Amonllllado Dr» Tabu
ehsrr- _ .,
1 bonis  "W.  S.  O." men Old ton
1  bottl.   Bond   A   Co.'.   London   Old
1 botll. Horses Olsrk Fins Old 0.C
proof Jamaica Rum
It pints   Rabat   Blus   Ribbon   ■•*.- "
Bsst basr In ths World
u bo„.« nwr FRICI WM
All  freight   ehargss  pr.psld  to nsarast
fr.ight   sUtMn.
ttour  Beautiful   HoWwSWW^r
THE BAREFOOT BOY."   Wherever
many of our customers will highly   prize  tins  ex-
a very limited edition  and  particularly  suitable for framing.
All hampers are  in  plain cases with  no marks to indicate contents, and price^amed are freight pwp-ld to "'''""'A
freight sution.   \\ rite for handsomely illtiatratetl 40-page catalogue.
SifnJ . ""I*7 H»m.P«f during the month of December, will be !
L m^n h..,r?r"d.'JC,il?n !n coio.n of tb« wor,d ■"••nous picture "".
o.T!" aS? iTv."!.th" pictur,, hM ■'"•«-" ePpe-led. and miny of our
limited  editic
cellent copy  which  is  of
Gold Seal liquor Co., Limited ISJi^
-j m -aaa-a-ar-ses a — ^ poc)fic CoBs(
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si1aiitiaasi-a-JS:ii*.i    —    msi ■■—
 THE DAILY NEWS
COAL NOTICE
l Lund Diatrlct—Dlatriet ol tjuirfr. Charlotto
> notico thut thirty dava from date, 1, <J. K.
; of l'rinco Kuport, ti. C, by occupation
-x'p.T. intnd to apply to tho Chluf Com-
jiitr ol" Landa (or u liconco to proapoct for
Jul putroloum on and undor u-Iu ucroa of
ji Graham laland doacribod us follows:
Cmenciug at a poat pluntod ono milo north
|JjJ. ti. Coal Loaao No. U, marked N. W.
1 C. K. ti. No. IU, thonco aouth 80 chuina,
j woat 80 chuina, thonco north HU chaini,,
Ei'i.Nt HU chains tu pluco of cumiui.i.comi'itt.
ISfipt. 11,11*11. C. E. BAlN'mi, Ucutor
>pt - 88.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Slifcnu Land DUtrict—District of Coubt Ranse •>
Tako notice that LcHoy P. Grant of Princo
Kupert, ll. C , occupation civil onglneot, hi ton da
to upply for permission to purchaae the following
describod lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 3 1-2 mllw
■w WIft!'%ilW0B Irom the northeast corner
Mttt M cbaiiu. thence north 60 chains, tbenco
ESt t tmk ot rlver- thenco »-»--*- following
ii Ll lira l0 ,,oint 0| commencement: con-
turning 1(10 ucres, more or l«ss.
Dated Sept. ». mi. lrkoy f. grant
____ l ib. Oct. lo. Gordon C. Emnwson, Agent
Land District—District of Quoon Charlotte
notico tbat thirtxduys fronm date, 1, C. K.
of l'rinco Ruuort, li. C, occupation book,
intend to apply to the Chief Commissiunor
[or a licence to proapoct for coal und
,. on and  under  040 acres of lund on
Islund described as follows: .	
-lOOing at a poat planted two milea north ! Commencing ut a post planted at the north-
!. ti. Coul .Lease No 8, marked N. U. corner i ,wt»- POHW 100 chains uast und 10 chimin north
ti. Coul -Lease No. 11, thonco south SO. J™*-*- ->• --«• corner ol Lot llltj. Harvey's Survey
tiSS. ,intri?t|IUnBe 5' Ul0r'M 20 Ch,li"» -»tttK
ion uininl    ,!ft! Ww,t t0 "OBt ol commencement
Containing 4UU acres more or less.
DutodsSept  IH. 19U. LOTTIE McTAVISH
I ub. Sept. M Frod w. bohler. Agenl
Skoena Lund District—District or Coast Hange u
lake notice that Lottie McTavUh of Vancouver,
ocLupauon   married   woman,   intends   to   upply
urns' t0 1)Urchlwe the -ollowing described
thence west BU chaina,  thence north  HU
thunce oast HU chains to place of com-
faent.
Jept. 11, 1011.     C. fc*. HA1NTKH, Locator
Ot. Si.
| Land DUtrict—District of Queen Charlotte
\ notice that thirty days from duto, I, C. K.
• of I'rince Rupert, ii. C, by occupation
•JUT, intend to apply to tbe Cbiuf Cum-
■ of Lund for a licenco to prospect for
petroloum on and under ii id ucr.-u of
rtiratiuiii Island deacribed aa follows:
menclng at a post planted two miles north
, li. Coal Louse No. 7, marked C. I.. It.
ise No. 12, tbence aouth HO chains, tbence
chains, thenca north HO chains, thonce
\ chains to place of commencement.
Jept. U, 1911. C. K. UAINTEK, Locator
pt. Ui
(Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
I notice that thirty days from dato, 1, C. E.
> of 1'rinct' Rupert,  II.  C, by occupation
jlper. Intend to apply to tho Chief Cornier of Lands for a licenco to prospoct for
pd petroleum on and  under ti iu acros of
I Graham Island described aa follows:
neiicing at a poat planted two miles north
_, B. Coal Leaae No. 7, marked S. W. corner
ti. Coal Lease  No,   13,  tbence north  HO
thence east 80 chains,  thonco south 80
, thenre wost 80 chains to placo of com-
jDent.
ISept. II, 1911.    C. K. UAINTER, Locator
"^.t. 23.
| Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Quoen Charlotu
Islands
i notico tbat Austin M. Brown of I'rince
m,  ti-   C,   occupation  aaddler.   Intends  to   Skoena Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Coaat Range &
| to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and       Talto  uotlce  tbat  Bonjamin   Ruaael   Rice    of
1 for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and | I'rince Rupert, B. C. occupation waiter,  Intends
im on and under the following described i to apply for permission to purchase tbe following
j tbe Wost Cout of Graham Island: described lands:
nencing at a post planted three miles east      Commencing at a post.planted 63 chains couth
^northeast cornor of C. L. No. 4478 thence   front   the  southeast  corner  of   Lot  3U60.     1'ost
i south, tbence 80 chains eust, thenoe 80   marked B. R. K8.K, Curner,  tbence 70 chains
[north, thenoe 80 chains wost to point of   west, thonce 65 chains north, thence 70 chaina
uaat, thence 05 chains south to point of   commencement, containing il>.> serve more or laaa.
BENJAMIN   RUSSEL  RICE
Dated October IL 1011.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skoonu Land District—DUtrict of Coast Range 5
'luko nutico thut Miss Mary Mulville of Clare,
Ireland, occupation spinster, intends to apply
fur permiHsion to purchase the following desribed
lands:
Commencing ut a post planted one chains north
of tho soutiieust. corner uf Lot bLi*., thence north
40 chain.*], tbence ensl 20 chuins, thonco south 4U
chuins, tbence west '£0 chuins to point uf commencement; containing eighty acros, more or less
Duu-dOct. 11, 1011. MISS MARY MULVILLE
Tub. Nov. 11. John C. Mulville, Agenl
Uellu Cuola Land DUtrict-District uf Coast Rung
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Tuke notice thut 11. M. C1UI of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends to apply
Ear -permission to lease the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post plunted on the shore
of Meclectsconnuy River about 10 chains weet
of Indian Reserve Liue ,thence west 6U chains
toUowing tbe channel ol Neclectaconnay River,
thencu south 80 chains more or leas to channel
ul Bella Coola River, thence following channel
of Bolla Coula River easterly 60 chains, north
80 chaina more or leas to polnl of commencement;
containing 480 aeraa, moru or leas.
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Dated August 2
Tub. Sept. 30.
IL CLIFF
William MeNair, Agent
Bcement, .^^^^^_^_^^^^^_^_
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
f Location .list July. I'.Ml.
Jill. 17.
{Land DUtrict—DUtrict or Queen Charlotte
Islands
i notice tbat Austin M. Brown of l'rinco
j occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
filaf   CommUaioner   of   Lands   and   Works
Skoena Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notico that Angus Jamea   McKemuo of
Vancouver, ti. C, occupation bookkeeper, inlednns
lo apply for permission lo purchase tho following
described landa:
         Commencing  at a  post  planted   at   tbe  con-
L* No. 4477 thence I -'--■•-■eo of BlackwaUr river wilh Naas rivor, about
chaina north, thence HO ' lwo mi1''* ■outh from the sixth Dominion Telegraph
smco to prospoct for coal and oil and peiro-
I and under the (ullowlng described lands
Vest Coaat of Graham laland:
uencing at a poat planted three miles east
South west corner of C.
(Ins east, thence 80 cha.— —.«.. -..-..„ „, __..        __ ..  A     #»*«»„---
. west, thence 80 chains aouth lo point of I "b,n-   J'oat -narked A.   J.  M. N.  W. Curnar*.
Dcemont* I theneo bo chaina soulh, thence   80 chaina   east
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator   theneo bO chaina north,  thenoe bO chains   weat
Isa! Location, 31st July 1011. '" P°*nt of commencement, containing 640  acres
Cue  17 niure or loss.
■^^" ANGUS JAMES McKENZlE
Dalod Sopt, 23, 1011.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
i Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Islsnds
notice that Auatin M. Brown of I'rince
, occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
lief Commissioner of Lands and Worka Io
^_^^^_-, r  Skeena Land DUtrict—Dislrict of Caaaiar
DC.MHsWhief (,'uinmi-usiuner nl I.ihuU ami Worka l<>r n       Tako notice that  Herbert   McLennan ol   Vsn
lo prosnoct (or coal, oil and petroleum on and   cuuvvr, B. C, occupstion real estate agent, intends
the following described lands on the Wesl \ to apply (or permission lo purchase the following
of Graham laland: described lands:
.mencing at a post planted throe miles east       Commencing at a post  pUnled   at  the  con-
aoutbeasi corner o iC. 1.   No. 4472 thonce   Uuence o( Blackwuier river with  lhe Naaa  river
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, ihence south   about  iwo  nules south  of  the suth   Dominion
ins, tbenc* west 80 chains to poinl of com- j Telegraph  cabin.    1'oel marked   H.   M.   N.   K.
•ant. I Cornor, tbence 80 chains south, thence bO chaina
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator | »r.,t. tbence 80 chains north, ihence .-" chains
vast lo poinl of com mencement, containing 64u
acros mora or leas.
I......1 Sept. 23, 1011       HERUERT McLENNAN
1Mb. Nov. 2.
1 August 1st, 1011.
_i Land DUtrict—DUtrict uf Queen Chartotlo
ko notice that thirty days from dale, 1, C. E
ler of I'rince Rupert, ti. C, by occupation
keeper, intend to apply lo iho Chief Com*
loner of Lands for a hevnee lu prospect lor
and petroleum oo and under 040 acros of
__J on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing st a post planted U\v miloa eut
ef Coal  I.e.. <■  .No.  411m,  marked  C.  K. ti. Los I
I Mo. 1, N. E. corner, thencu **■ ■. bO chsins,
i aouth 80 chains,  ihence east  80 chain
tsMwe north bO chsins to place ol commencement.
DMedSept. II. 1011 C. E. UAINTER, Locator
TMb. Sept 23.
ttaena Land District -DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take noiice that ihiriy ■!..-. from dale, I, C. E
Bejttter of Trince Ropert, II. C, by occupstion
Mekkeeper, intend to apply to the Chid Com*
■Monvr ol Landx (or a licence to prospect for
eeel and i>etroleum on and under 040 acres oi
aieatl on Grsham Inland docnUnl as lollows:
Commencing sl a post planted live mile* oast
el Coal Lease No. 4167, markid C. K. II. N. W.
eoner No. 2. thencu south od chains, thence cast
•0 ehains, ihence north HO chains, thence wosi
M ebains to placo of commencement.
Deled Sept. ll, nm. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
P»b. Sept. 23.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District-District of Cuait Kange 6
Take notice that we the umlemiirned, Alrred
Christian Garde and Wm. M. Johnston of I'rince
Rupert, ll.C . uccupailon mintriK cnitincer and
prospector, mi. inl to apply for permission to
fees* the following described lend:
Commencing ut m pusl planted 1-1 mile eaal uf
the Tyer Sutiiin.G.T.l'.Ky.Station and iipproxlm-
elely 27 mile* east of I'rince Itupert, thence north
40 chaina, thence vast 2U chains, thence south 26
ehains more or le«s to railway Kiade. thence
westerly 2.*> chains more or less lolluwimr naid
Bide tu point of commencement nnd containing
70 acres or less.
AI I LU' CHItlSTIAN GAKDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. 2.1. 1911
Pub. i'.-,  5, 1911
Bella Coola Land DUtrict—DUtrict of Coast Range
8
Take notice that II. M. ■ '..! of Dundalk, Ire*
land, occupation gentleman, intends to anply lur
permiasion to lease Ibe lullowing divc-rilf"! lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the shore
near the N. I corner ol Lot No 3, thence nurth
40 chains, thonco e est 80 chains more or luis tn
oest boundsry of csnnery lease, thence fulluwing
—" —• ---—•-*>• -outh in ehains more or
Skeena Lund DUtrict—District of Coast lUnge 6
Take noiice that 1, Christopher Jamea Grauam
ol I'nnce Kup n,  B. C, occupatioa loconotive
engineer. Intend to appl) lur permiasion to purchase
Uie following deascrtbed lands.
Commencing at a post planted at the auutb*
, west  corner ol  Lot  No.   I '• >*  vtdnliy of  Lake
j 1 akelse   and   marked   Christopher   J.   Urabauu
N. E. Corner, thence west 40 clialna, ihence south
80 chains, ihence easl 40 chaina, ihence north 80
rhains   lo   posl   of   commencement;    containing
>ju actoa, more Of leas.
ClilUSTOt'lIER JAS.  GRAHAM*  Locator
Datod SepL 22. 1011 1I.&6 A.M.—Witnessed T. D
UM.
I'ub Sept. J').
Skeena Land DUlrlct—DUtrict of CaaeUr
Take notice thai R, H. Me*art of Vancouver.
IL  C,  occupation  truckman,  iote-sds  eo apply
fur perroUsion lo purchase the following deaenbe-j :
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantad 40 chaina aouth I
of It* «.upturn No. 307 and •>- cbaina cast (mm ]
the .Naaa River iS. W. CJ, ther.ce 40 chaina eest, I
thenca 40 chains north, ihence 40 chaina west,
thence 40 chaina souib lo the point ol commence* ,
ment to contain 160 acres more or leas.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug, UU 1. Jamea T. Fullcrtoo, Agent
I'ub, SepL 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict—DUlrlct of Coaat Rango &
Take notice that Harold E. Smith of Moraly,
Alia., occupaUon elation agent, intends to apply I
for perniaaion to purcbase lhe lollowing deacribed ■
lands:
Commanclng at a pott planted al tbe aouth I
west corner 100 chains aaal and 20 chaina eorth
(rom N. E. vomer of Lot 1116, Harvey's ;-u-....
Cout DUirid Range 6, thence 40 chains easl,
ihence 80 chains north, ihence 40 chaina weat.
ther.ce? 80 chaina aouth lo post of commencement
containing 320 irrw, more or less,
listed Sept. 18,1911. IIAKOLD E. SMITH
Tub. Sept. 28. Pred W. Bohler. Agen
Skeena Land DUtrict—District ol Coaat Range 6
Take notice thet 1, Gordon C. Emmeraon ol
I'rince Rupert, B. C., occupation roal estate
broker, Intend to apply (or permUaloa to purcbase lhe lollowing described Unda:
Commenring at a post planled aboul 8 .m
mllos in a northerly direction Irom the northeast
corner post of Lol 1388, Range 8, Coast Duusrt,
thenre north 40 chains, tbenco weat to river
bank, thence south folloering ri*.r bank lo point
ol cummencemeist;  containing 160 *-—-        ■ **•
^^^^^  IUU-sa#   ..   ,_ -JTaBBss-a-BS.™
the said east boundary south 40 chsins more
lese to shore line,  thence  lollowlng  said shure
line easterly 80 chains more or leas to (i-uint ol
commencement;   containing  320  acres,  mure  or
Dated August 31, 1011. H.  M. CLIFr
Pub. Sepl. 30. William .McNalr, Agent
Delia Coola Land DUtrict- DUtrict of Coast Range
Take notice that Et. M- CUB of g^lkijj
Und?  occupation   gentleman,   intends   lo   apnl>
for permission to 1
;entleman,   ,..—.    ..
^^^^^^^^^      leeea tho following  deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. I
corner ol Lot 83, thence north 20 chains, thence
west 40 Chains, thence south 20 chsins mora or
leas to abore line, thence following tbe shore line
east 40 chsiee more or less to point of commence
ment; containing 80 cares, more or less.
Dsted August 31, 1011. II.   M.  CLOT
Tub. Sept. 30. William MeNair. Agenl
Hells Coola I and DUtrJct-DMtrict o (Coast Rang
8
Take noiice that II. M. ClilT of Dumlslk, Ire*
.and,   occupation   —*■■--" -aaaJa,
for  permission  to
land,   occupstion   gentleman,   Intends   to  appl)
for  permission  to  lease  the following  described
lands: ^	
Commencing at a poat pismeu •>. .*■» .
corner of Lot No. 4, thence north 40 rhains. thence
cast 40 chaina, thence aouth 40 chaina more or
leas to shore line, thence following ahorc line
westerly 40 chains mere or lesa io point of commencement; containing 80 acres, more or leas.
Dated August 28, 1011. H.  M.  U.II I
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNnir, Agen
llella Coola Land District—DUtrict ol Coast Range
Saatssst^pfaSJ
, Clill o( Dundalk, Iro-
mlrd at the N. J
-   ' -'-■ more
lied
more or
GORDON C. I'lMi.li -i .\
Dated Sept, 9, 1911
I'ub. Oct. 10.
Skeena Land DUtrict— DUtrlcl u( Coasl lUnge b
Tako notice that Miriam Roy McTavUh af
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrister. Inlands
to apply (or permission tu purchase tha (ollowing
le.criU-l lands:
Commencing at a post planted al the southwest
corner 40 chains east snd 40 chains north from
N. K. corner of Lot 111C, Harvey'a Survey Coeol
DUtrict lUnge 6, Ihence 60 chaina es*t, thence
60 chains north, thenee 60 chains wstt, tbence 60
cnaina south lo post of commencement containing
■ ■■I' acres more or lesa
Dated Sept. 18, l»lt  HlltlAM  ROV McTAVISH
I'ub. Sept. 23. Kred W. Boh!er, Agent
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A  KIRST   CLASS BAB   ANI)   DINING
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RATES 50 CENTS AND Ul'
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New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Hot*! Is run on lho Euronoan
filan.   Kirstaclaas aarvlce.   All tlie Latest M*l. i ■
mprovementa. -:<:- HKliS fsk UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
fl Tears Is Isilars*.
Capilsl  and  Ras.rra Over $7,300,000
Letters of Credit
For our customers' convenience
it-e issue Letters of Credit payable
in Pounds Sterling for use iu
Great Britain and all parts of the
world, aud payable iu Dollars for
use iu Canada, United States,
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and the West Iudies.
We buy and sell Drafts on
1'iauce, Germaay, South Africa,
Australia, New Zealaud, India,
China and the West Indies.
Prince Rnpcrl Branch —
F. S. I ONO. Msaaiir.
Select your
Christmas Gifts
in your own
home
This ls made possible by
using a "Ryrie'1 catalogue
—a copy or whloh will be
mailed upon request. In
It you will And hundreds
of especially attractive
gift articles In Jewelry,
Silverware, China, Cut
Glass, Leather Goods,
Novelties, etc., ranging In
price from 16c. up.
We prepay all delivery
charges on any articles
Surchased from us, guar-
ntee their safe arrival,
and refund your money
If you are not entirely
satisfied.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Csosds'a Laraest Jewelry Houss
tit,. Rgrle, Pre,.
Harrg girl,, See.-rreat.
184-136-i38YongeSt.
TORONTO
- THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN
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Thin is a little section of the paper, which from duy to day will bo devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to tuko 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.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westt'iihaver Bros.' Office.
WOMAN'S CROWNING QLORY
Any Woman, by Cultivation, Can
Obtain Thick, Glossy Tresses.
H. Gordon Monro W. Nicholson Lalloy
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
GBM*fi>
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
M, Prince Rupert
Lss.s Prlnc. Rup.rt Thursdsy at 8:30
p. nt., Osc. 21 si and 2Bih, arrlnlng In Van-
cousar  oarly  Saturday  morning,  Drc   23d
and aotltj
MAKI   VOUR   RESERVATIONS   EARLY
Phon. 260
•t. Prlncs John for tl.wart 10 a. m.,
Osc. 20th and 27th.
Prsa.nl sch.duis will  r.maln In .ffact
until abo>. dat.a.
Bi-weekly train service lo Vanurttdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert nt I p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all ronds i:.i• ■ and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full Information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Witlioul ilmilii mu' nf woman's
grcalesl glories is hor hair, und
unless I Imi is long, uml thick, und
glossy, sin' is roally nover Quito
satisfied wilh ii.
Corrool uml systematic brushing is nm' uf lln' most Important
factors in producing tt roally lino
hi'uil of hair, At loasl Ion minutes slimiiil bo sponl on brushing ovory day—-llvf minutes al
nlghl uml livi' minutes in tin1
morning.
Don'l jusl brush lho surface of
iIn' hair, Imi usr n long-haired
Imi imi iiii) hard) brush, so Ihat
Uie bristles will penetrate tu tlm
scalp, li is neoossary to got as
ni'iir lho roots of the hair us possible if brushing is Lo havo any
boncfloial results.
ll Is imi neoossary lo brush
wilh u great deal of vigor; if you
do Mini ynu will probably bring
mil large Quantities of your hair,
instead of promoting ils growth.
Uso your brush Drmly, imi nol
roughly—in Buoh a manner lhal
you si'l Ihi' blond riiciiluliii^
more freely, but nol so as to
niiiki' ymir hi'uil nehe wilh the
violonoe of ymir "stroke*"
The proper way lo brush your
hair ui nlghl is to pari it in lhe
middle, or brush il smoothly
ilnwii cither sido, then plait il
loosel) in iwo piuiis, leaving lhe
ends free. In the morning brush
in Hn' same way, uml finish the
"dressing," using your brush Instead of ymir I'omb, ns far ns
possible*
Your com!) mifrlll  lo lie one of
iinsc large toothed variety, and
should be used almost exclusively for iitkinp; mil tangles.
Massage Is another excellent
thing for making the hair grow.
press two Dngers "f both bands
(innl) mi lln- sculp, just above the
curs, nml move il lmckwnril nml
forward .several limes; then move
Hie Himers toward the Trout of
the head uml repent tho exercise.
Tins should lie done nearly nil
SOME  XMAS  RIDDLES
train Sharpeners for the Kiddies
to Practice With.
\vii>   arc   young   ladies   like
bells'.'      Hi'i'nilse   you    cuu    Me\iT
Uml mil iholr metal until you have
given t In-111 a ring.
when may a piri bo oompared
in ii book of music? when she is
lull of airs.
Whal is Hie most dangorous
lime iii gu Into tho oounlrj'.'
When tlie trees arc shooting uml
the bullrushos out.
What is lho difference between
nn aocoplod uml uu unaccepted
lover? One kisses his missis und
lho other misses his kisses.
Whal is ilr Hint one can put up
a spoul down, Imi not down u
spout iip'.'   Aii umbrella.
" "t'is I rue I huve In ith luce and
hands end move before your eye,
but when i movo my body stands,
ami when I Bland l lie." Whal
um I >   A clock.
Which is lhe smallest bridge
in lhe world? The bridge of your
nose.
Winn Is a scurf pin like u ship
iu distress? When it is on the
bosom of u heavy swell.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS •:■ AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building     Phone No. 280
I'rince Ruoert P.O. Box 361
ALKREU CARSS,
of Iii iiii.Ii Cfiliimlila
antl Mi.nitnl.:, lima.
V. I1ENNKTT, 11. A.
of ll.C. Ontario, S-J-
niitclmwiin   and  A1-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       lifTtH llnrs.
CARSS & BENNETT
BAARI8TEB8, Notaries, Etc.
Office— ExrhiiriKi' lilnck, cornor Third avenue and
Slsth stroct. Prince Ruoert. 8
Order  your
Wark's today.
Xmas
Mowers   al
tf
A NICE ALMOND CAKE
Tasty   Something   That   Any
Good Housewife Can Make.
Meni ii quarter of a pound of
butler to n cream, add a quarter
nf  a   pound   <>f   BUgar   unit   bent
well.    Add   ilii    beaten   eggs
gradually, stir In Qve ounces "i
Hour, liulf u teaspoonful of linking powder and a little essence
of almonds. Pour the mixture
into a lined Iiu ami bake iu a
modoralo oven fur half un hour.
When cold, cover wilh icing uml
decorate with blanched ami
ohopped almonds.
Fine line of work basket* filled
wilh candy. If >ou want a good
one you had belter have il laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., 1). D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilcntnl OMratloni nkllfully treated.   Gas and
local SASSthaU-a nilminiHtfretl for the painless extraction of tff-th.      Consultation free.     Offices:
Holirersou Block. Prince Runert. IMS
Alcx.M.Miinsnii h.a..     W.K.Willliims,B.A.,l..L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.t
l'..0. DOX 23
1'RINCE RUl'ERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OE SINGING
I'Mll   of MM    lOXON. ssTtV* A.K.A.M.. IAIN.. ENS
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS ANI) REPORTS
Fire, Life und Accident Insurances
CIS 3rd Avenue Phone Hi and Groan 262
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS It   SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
TAKE THE BEST
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THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vancourtv or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ate.     Head of Centre .11.   Phone lit
m
Hi' Coast service - Famous Cm cess
Line
Princess   Mary
■Saturday. December 16th, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria.  Vannwrr and Seattle
J. C McNab
Ganeral Agenl
SHOOTING
STRENGTH
SIMPLICTY
Skeena Und Dtrti-iet— DUtrict ..f CmIit
Take   notice  that   Charles   William   Ham -ol
v :ir,cii,i\. r, 11. C, occupation int|>ector. latenda
Lu apply (or permiwon in purchase tbe lollowlng
'U .i ni>#tl lands:
Commenting al a pott planted it tbe con-
lluence of Hlackwater river with the Name river
sbout two milea eouth from the siith Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Tost marked C. W. U. 8, W.
Corner, thence 80 chains north, thence K0 chains
cast, thence 80 chaina eouth. thence 80 chains
went to point ot commencement, containing G40
aeree more or loaa.
CHAKLKS WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 2.1, 1**11.
Tub. Nov. 8.
Skeena Land District-DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that Thomaa Arthur White of Vancouver,  ti. C, occupation carpenter, tniends to
apply  for permiaalon to purchase tne following
described landa?
FRED. STORKJ
Ceneral  Hardware I
lands: , ,       , „|»ntrd st tha N.
Commoncini at a. no" p »' ,,g|n, m0
Mim u re*rttos ™^tfcSZ ..id twiiSg
lorny 11. M. «: li". «I'   c      ,1,  4o chsins. thenee
SEt-s «• sr* m.:\', °' ""•   a, k ctffl
Osteil Au«u*' W, I911-     ,vmi,m McNalr, A|ent
Tub. Sept. W.
.  ,     ■ isi.irlet-UUtr.ct ol Cf-Jtt nan-ja
Balls Coola l.antl Uiatriei   i"»
.t. , II  \i  am »< IJU'"1""'' 'T
T.k. n'.llce Ih.t     ■ ^ ',,",„„„,l,   10   »Mj
Und,  oaLsmUor. t^g* foUowlnl d--cnl--.l
for  p.rmiwio'i to I esse
landa
t'ommencins  at  a  post  planted   at  th.  eon
fluence ol Hl.ekwster river with Nsss rWer. sr-"'1
.. .w «* ,u. •i*th Domlnfan Teleai
eanin.   *w»a ...  K. Corner, thenee
IU chains north, thence SO ehslns west, thenre SO
*-   a^—— aa ehslns east to point of
corn«"«? ^^Jn l,ou
'<■ ».•■?!!. L'.'"V!.<"'lii"rl,l.,ln;.mora \W\im ch_«ln« m
commf,-,M-"£:^'^::^,i.iw.^
IKmmm~mm   .....             «»•   f'-'f,  aboUt
t*o mllet aouth ol the altth Dominion Telegraph
cabin.   Poat marked T. AW"" ''-* '
80 chaina north, thence 80 e
chaina aoulh, thenee HO chains eaat t
commencement, containing 010 acres more or team,
THOMAS  Mil III It WIIITK
Daled Sept. 2.1, 1911.
Pub  Nov. 2.
Skeena Land DUtrict--DUtrict of Coast Hange V
Take nntlce that -tawe M. Tellman of Cedar
Kapids,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   intend*)   to
apply (or permission to purchase tha following
dsacribefl lands:
">; |     Commencing at a poat planted on the anuiherly
"' ! ahora of  KuUymateen  Inlet on  '.he right  bank
j of a email stream Mowing Into aald Inlet Juat eaat
1      nf Qjw Lake.    Thence aoulh 20 chaina, thence
-• «« asakaitfja more rr Ieaa to the ahore line of
Builden' HnMwaro
Valvn8 & Pipei      Oxfonl Stoves
Grantteware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helirerson Block*
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the cltjr
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE, N. 0.
■ J. i.l.tVK. See.
.r a perfect Oun
tf aliirrs    ..f    the
The rssenlltls
are    fiiil.taiidiiia
OaRBNl ii '.I 1
It* ajmllni lapahllllle. are a
household wora wiiinier «i».r i -tn. n
rfilisri'iralf. amf f.i.ni.r 'Inn* Iiii.
«mi Un  u.nlil . I .-li. -i li ii r-
The «ir.nriii ol the Orerncr sr
lion   I.  j'tH'ii'.tiirti-tl     The   iiri'eiipr
Trrhle    Wtdfe    I i-l    Mil    I*    UN
• Imtllri'.l    IIItitIi    li-i. linir   .nml
in.11 ii' i Uy aiiniini.. i- all over th.
«..rlfl.
The   "I'srlle   I'rlnrep."   srllun   I.
simplicity    iiax.fr*    «iv.    essiir,
.iiifeiihl.v. and the .inker I* a fr.ir
lii.ii nf a  .fTiiiiil iiui.kii   than  sin
iilller.
T.iii ret all tli. *.■ advanlsres ir
yi'iir sun i« a Oreener.
M CrsdM t. S.I.CI From
tse.oo to »iooo
W.W. GREENER
6}65 iesm Hall Hill Nstfml. TO
Birds' Catalogue
will iismsI iii milking ymii' i:iiri.»liiiiia buying a success.
Bond your Damn nnd address nt unco nml gel this free
ihopprs' giiitlo. from which you may selool in lhe quiet
nf ymir homo gonds which represent the standard "f
fashion, exoellenco, quality ami flnlsh, From Kirks'
gi'i'itl (.lork nf Jewelry. Silver, Cut filass, Walohes,
fllfick.s, 1,1'iilln'r liiimls,  Arl    linnds   and   Novelties   you
may seleol the most ohoioe and pleasing Christmas gifts,
Ci'iiiiininii'iiti' Willi us al onee nnd henofll liy lhe prices
nl the Importer and manufacturer,
«
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Hotel Central S-Sltei
1". .:■',> .-. and Ameriran plan. st<*Am
I.* .it- *i. n.'-l.-i li .   t.,.•.:■■■■■ f.    i:.it-i
II.tw to tU.0) per day.        :        t
Peter Black
Proprietor
=R    EBY   <&   Co.i.=
REAL  ESTAr.*:
Kitaumkalum l.ne I Kor Snte
KITSUMKALUM - l<   C.
Ctuaaey Swetpint ut Fanwct QmJM
Prepare for winter hy getting your fnr-
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
fiiilsil Hiinnii .Wo AJoiru   Kaal Halrl. m
I'HO.NE 71
HASTINGS & QBANV1LLB STS.
VANCOUVER
K?$.&:&m^
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
chaiicks aasaoMABta
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
oi'K.N DAY AND KIOBT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDEKTAKEICS ami, KVIIIAI.MEHS
Funeral   Dlreet.irs
Ird Ave. near i".th St. Phune No. SO
ore ef Ih.* —* —*~ —-•- ,     , ,
        thine, niirtherly and[t^^y '?'
"".';! a"V„i 18. IMI'    „,„„.«, MeNair, Agent | [Mb, Au|. IJ.
then..
vest '.:"
nr,,. a	
Osteil Aii|«" '"•
Pub. S«pt- 3"'
Savoy Hotel
Or. Fraaer .ml r.th.        Choiee Wine, and Clitara
RUrF.RT'S    PALACE    Or    COMFORT | Sacond A»a.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avet.ue
and Fulton Street.
Also "lores in same block.
Two collage* cotter Second Avenue onri
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots In all parts ol the dly.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing bd«inees> in the f 'ity.
C. D. RAND
Phona 112
mi- tin- scalp onco every duy.   it
i« n marvelous remedy fur weak,
railing hair.
The massage ma) be helped by
tbe use of it little vaseline, lay,
aboul twice n week, if jrour hair
Is rather gross; then use the
vaseline less often nnd only a
very Utile ni n lime.
Another oxcollonl hair lonlo Is
plain paraffin oil. There are two
drawbacks to paraffin, however,
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must keep away from any arli-
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The warning cough  should
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If there Is a remedy it is well lo
know it
Mathleu's Syrup of Tar and
Cod Liver Oil produces Immediate
results.
A cold cannot make licuh. ;y
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Prevention   makes   the   f.i.re
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enry   Fales-Gordon Visits Rupert
Henry Falsi Gordon was the
ost distinguished  of the orals by the Prince George on
Vi'tlnesdny, most distinguished
B globe trotter and a trained
bbserver.     The   name   is   well
inown  even in  Prince  Itupert,
many  excellent   articles  of
travel and adventure  have appeared  in  the  magazines  over
his signature, and also during
sis stay in the United Slates be
devilled these habits ui trained
bbservation   lo   the   conditions
existing in the cities he visited
ami  freely discussed them, his
Dmparison of Ihcse conditions
■th those of lhe leading cities
nd towns of Ureal Britain and
Continent being read everywhere wilh great  interest*
The    News    reporter    inlro-
Btuced himself lo Mr. (lordon al
•the Grand Trunk Inn as lhe I liter was strolling iu from lnv.r. •
fast  Thursday   morning.     Tit• ■
iteporter,   being  himself  some-1
,'thing  uf  a  traveler   in   a   -uiali
Kvay,   quickly   gol   en   rapport j
[Sfvith the visitor by Ihe mention |
Bbf his old-time  friends among
vriters  and  artists  whom   Mr.
Jordon   must   have   met,   and
Rhus nearly an hour was pleasantly spent in interesting reminiscent chat.   After this the reporter   got   down   to   business
and  endeavored  to obtain  ma-
' terial that would be interesting
J|to the readers of The News, and
If* in this he succeeded far in advance of bis expectations.
Referring to his articles on
the rotten municipal conditions
of Seattle and other towns he
had visited, Mr. Gordon was
asked if he had ever lectured
ami whether during bis stay 1";
might be induced lo deliver a
lecture here.
"No, nothing would persuade
me to lecture. I was asked
several times in the States to
do so, but I always declined. As
a matter of fact I don't much
like the States. I don't like
their ways. You know; you
might, as you say ,have read my
name often, but this is what I
object to: Too much publicity,
don't you know. Now I've gone
about a bit, and seen things,
and if I can help anybody by
anything I know, why, the information is theirs for the asking. But I don't want to have
the limelight thrown onto me.
Every fellow who is anyway decent objects to that, don't yon
know.
"Now, 1 like you, old chap.
You've knocked aboul B-gOUdltll
bit and know things. I am wiling lo help you make some
'copy,' and that's what any good
newspaper man wants. But I
won't be featured, you understand. Just say I landed and
am staying at Ihe Inn, and that's
all I don't want lo be bothered
with a lol of people. Promise
me that and I'll go ahead making copy for you. Get your pencil out.
"It would be well to start this
with the story y<™ M* of meeting Patli In New York Bay when
on one of her very last 'fare-
well'visits. Twenty reporters
sitting in the pilot house ami
she in lhe centre, and she says:
'Well, somebody ask me ' W I
like America and I will ai WW
that 1 JUSt love America above
all things."    Because I do like
Prince Rupert,   I like io study
t0Wns nnd this I"«■ ,,s',pnal °p"
nnrtunlty to study a great sea-
ES.- T'ntTt
me very much.    ■ " "•"  »
what most struck me yesterday
If crnoon, nnd while I am h  '
what else strikes W1«J*J
stores,   your   Horrible
your hotels, banks and so
The Grand Trunk Inn.
"Let's  slarl  with  this hotel.
1 come here naturally.   I knew
of no other, for although (here
wa* a crowd Of hotel runners
el lhe boat, mine of them said:
'Free bus,' you know, so I took
no notice of them. This is right
nexl lo the wharf anyway, and,
another thing, you will never
make a mistake in Canada in
going lo a railway hotel. You
may, and possibly will, in any
oilier country. The hotels in
Canada are line. I might class
them as Ihe leading hotels in
the several cities, but this may
not be the exael fact. Yu Und
in them the dignity of a llrsl-
class oltl hotel in England, bul
with a greater freedom, The
little things Ihat make for individual comfort, are better looked
after. The servants are not mi
obsequious, but they are willing and their first thought Is
mil 'backsholh,' a- it i* in England and all ovor lho Continent.
And Ihey li ive gonili i
i   inagoi - evi'i,v lime.
Distinguished Globe Trotter and Municipal Expert Enjoys a Study
of New Great World Port in its Infancy--An Admirer of
Pioneer Pluck—Gives Important Inside News and
Views—Buys Togs and Greets Chums
Rambling Stores
goods gives an idea of local
prosperity and plenty of money
going around, and also of cultured and rather expensive
tastes.
"Were 1 of Ihe oilier sex I
should be disappointed, old
ohappie, that you have not noticed my gel up, 11 was Hie
store windows iu Ibis ease Hint
look me in antl got my money,
because 1 found when I was in
thai 1 really needed a new suit
and that prices were very reasonable. *»
"II was id o place on this -ide
of the iir*i street you go up,
Slxlll   slreel,   antl   lhe   llrm   is
i t\ i impnny, I.Id.    They
li   I    a    bull)    lol    ol'    -milking
■ ' - ill lhe window, and Hie
lhe   While   Pass.
might be his sou.
However, il
I'd drop in
This picture of Old Vickcrsville anil ita tents appealed to the collector
of historical data
on.
"This I will say for Mr. Sweet.
He is a type so far as courteous
manner goes, but he goes farther. He has a geniality that is
never familiar and yet it captures; without admitting il you
reckon him among your friends.
Then he undoubtedly understands the line art of catering.
Tbe meals are splendid compared with what 1 reasonably
expected to find in a town so
new. The service, too, is worthy
of commendation. I don't know
where he gels such nice girls.
They don't have them in the
Stales nor in Eastern Canada.
Whal I mean is: I don't know
how Mr. Sweet manages to keep
them. For they go modestly
and sweetly obliging about their
business as if it was their business, seriously. Anywhere else
the waiter girls arc flirtatious
and endeavor lo convey the idea
they are only there for fun for
a short lime. This is, in a
measure, true, for in pioneer
towns especially they are soon
snapped up and married. But
Mr. Sweet's waitresses are
refined and seem proud of their
business.
"Thc rooms and thc house
generally are up lo the best of
hotels and a trifle more homelike. Bul in regard lo this I
understand the railway is building a million dollar hotel here
like Ihe Chateau Laurier at Ottawa, and all I can say is thai
when moving day comes I trust
thc company will take along Mr.
Sweet as one of the most valuable assets. II it wasn't so soon
after breakfast I would invite
you downstairs to drink a peg
in the prettiest wainscoted bar
room- I've seen in the Northwest.
••Arrayed in Fine Clothes."
"Your stores are beginning to
put on a Christmas air, I no-
lice," observed Mr.* Gordon, as
„p filled his pipe. "Not to the
same extent, however, is there
to be noticed that crude gartsh-
MCss „f holiday decoration as :n
many places. Your pioneer
business men seem lo be satisfied to make a good display of
ods, and in this respect you
iu the
% and
displaying wares to the besl advantage. Not only that bu for
a frontier town  the stock of
*"
store cries quality the moment
you enter. A line lot of the
latest woolens are displayed
under glass, all of the most
modern models and colors—as
good, in fact, as I could gel anywhere in the Bast.
Quit Railroad for Steamboat.
"That line, 'Tickets lo the
Old Country,' strikes a chord,
don'l it, old man?" was the way
Mr. Fales-Gordon resumed his
talk aboul Prince Rupert. "II
was one of the first signs to
catch my eye in Ihe shop next
to your new opera house. The
name,  James  II.   Rogers,  also
and see just lo pass lhe li:. ,!
away.
"i.au I sec Mr. Rogers?" I
asked.
"You are looking al him,"
" - lho reply. '•What ran I
.'ii for you?"
llf was a well set up chap,
■ '•    i       ivpii,  clear eyed, line
n    .iiiil    nn   (Tow-'Vi'l
in'  Jim's   -on,   for
\    • cortainly a likeness
S ■• 'I friend.    Then I no-
Ihal Iii* hair was grizzled.
Wi   I.  il   nn-III  lie  his >oii, you
. . im' yjDiiug fellows soon
gi I grnj gaznleas at lhe sides
if they woo lho Kilty late,
"I niei a Mr. Rogers wilh
c. E. Hawkins, the railroad engineer, al lho Baldwin House,
Frisco, about ten year* ago," 1
ventured lo say.
"That's mo," was Iho ready
reply. "Hawkins and I are oltl
chums from way back."
"Then I'm an oltl chum, loo,''
and 1 tendered my card. He
shook my hand wilh a clear,
hearty laugh antl I playfully
liild him he must be Jim's son.
"Quit yer kidding," was lhe
laughing retort "Why, Falcs,
I'm a proud grandfather. And,
see Ihat sign there—Rogers &
Black? Well, you will see a
similar sign iu Vancouver ami
(hat Rogers is one of my sons.
I have another here who is a--
SOCiated with lhe loading archi-
ainl all tlie leading lines across
ilir Atlantic and to the Mediterranean and South America.
Quite a business, I observed,
"Bul. I haven't quit railroading altogether," said Rogers. "I
am I lie agenl here lor Ihe Great
Northern, and l—"
Just al ihis moment a strapping chap wilh a big black
moustache ami a big soft black
sombrero came bustling in—a
typical frontier man—and Jim
said: "Let nie make yon acquainted wilh Peter Black, my
partner in Hie coal business,"
uid I found Peter had a grip
like a giant, Jim told aliiiul Ihe
line hotel Iii* partner has lien'.
Hn' Central I think In' called il,
nml Mr. Black loltl Bin I Ihi
scrap    Ihey   li.nl    ivi i li I
heart as this exhibition of natural flowers.
"Viiu need your heart oppned
anil your pockcthook. Ion. 1
thought a* I strolled iu—for the
store wa* pretty crowded. But
when I got a chance to price
guilds, especially Ibe jewelry
Intended tor gifts, I round them
very reasonable, and I bought
this little gilt I'm' my -isler as
a souvenir ol' my visit to Prince
Rupert.
"I was reminded of home, by
lho way, when I started lo look
over the line collection of
Crown Derby. He lias some
nice specimens of the work
Moorcrofl Is turning oul at his
Stoke-on-Trent factory. Lib-
bey's eul glass, loo. is quite a
leal lire.
"I understand lhe Works, the
people   who   are   running   this
large store, are pioneers, Where
miring -nine of his burnt work
iii tlie Seattle Fair. Ho is an
Interesting man and has an interesting collection. But be
tlidii'i try to sell mo anything,
iu*l chatted on, enquiring after
Colonel Chulmondesly, Capt.
Graves and other London chaps
who wore in the Klondike in the
old day*. There was one
thing I tiHik a fancy to, however,
ami asked his price fur it. This
is a magnificent mastodon or
mammoth tu*k. Morte shook
his head with B -mile, lie said
i i) ii"
■*• a-"*4 "V*K,i
}$r
,   a«W"a*V'-   f
■i
<*^tm4Ammtlmm^Si*>*
IP--IT
From the Inn he strolled up Centre Street commenting on the changes
wilh   Hn-   cily   lather*   .dioiil   a
supply ot Wellington coal, and
how Ihey had come mil wilh
flying colors. 1 am going to
tako in tho Central Hotel before
1 leave, but Ihi* evening I am
lo lake dinner wilh Rogers at a
place he calls The Saints' Rest'
ami to remain for evening service. So I guess James must
have changed sumo since 1 lasl
met the nlil hoy.
"That thought suggests that
the shadow of lho mizzen is
athwart the poop and It's lime
to lake a peg.   Talking so much
engenders a healthy thirst.   Eh,
what ?"
go
are ahead of many places i
I Pick of window dressing and
C.B.WARK      JEWELER
I -*  ■
i        -i •   .
Mr. Lett, the colonization agent
they come from I didn't happen of the (Irand Trunk Pacific, de-
ln learn, although in new \. i' ■•- ~<>i-|*-*| il and would be much
I  hnve  lhe  un I'n li li  \vn>  of disappointed    if    he didn't get
I
Gives Us a Big Pointer.
i*  one  of  the  onter-
liowing the rapid growth
cily,"   observed   .Mr.
loll   as   we   came   up
I and stood in front
opera house*    Ho
■  i   In  -ay  whal   a   line
'ild make for busi-
■ -  ;i*   -non   a*   Mr.
h < l  cleared  (he  big
<   li mi hi* Iwo lots .nl-
ibe Wcslenhaver bust-
block.
"I'll, v   will nol have an tin-
I iulorriipled mow of the bay for
la long lime, however.'  ho musingly proc led, "for I am given
lo understand the railway company intends to include in its
nexl auction sale the reserved
lots on Ihi* side, between Fifth
and Sixth streets."
"Thai* new* li  mo." the rc-
porler observed.
••.May be so; you musl go
from home I" gel the new*. Is
Ihi* sort Of wide sidewalk going
all along both sides of thi* fine
broad avenue ami along all thc
oilier avenues?" he asked as
wo passed the government
buildings. The scene of lhe recent lire led him (o ask aboul
lire insurance rales here, lho
lire proloclion system ami such
matter*.
After what ho declared to
have been a very pleasant and
Interesting visit the distin-
gui-lied traveler left on the
Prince Ruporl yesterday morning on his way back, via the
Ureal Northern, to Now York
ami lo Knglatitl on a Ciinarder,
having purchased his passage
ere.
one of those brothers, or lho
paler, must have had an experience with the Tiffany's ol
some   metropolitan   cily.  their
slock showing such trained
taste in ils selection antl Iho artistic manner in which il i* displayed.
"But enough of mere shop
talk. I want to go- out right
away lo look ovor Seel ion 2 now
il is clearing up, ami I particularly wish lo study whal
kind of ornamental bridge is
possible as (he entrance lo this
new residential district. So
long."
ffiO'
Wars'- store with ita array of cut flower, especially appealed to him
held my attention. You remember what McMasters said of
having left railroading for
sloamboating? Well, says I,
here is another instance, if this
should chance lo he the Jim
Rogers I knew as manager or
the While Pass road. But it
couldn't be the same, for Ihnl
Rogers worked on lhe construction of the Canadian Pacific and
was for I don't know how many
years—more than a dozen -in
the operating department of
the Great Northern. Then he
must have been eight years with
,
led of Prince Rupcrl, another
in the ollice wilh me and then
some more, all doing well."
"And how did you come to
quit railroading, Jim, after all
these years?"
"Come to Prince Rupert lo
grow up wilh il, ami I'm doing
It    Do you want In get hack to
Attracted by Cut Flowers.
"One thing that struck me in
walking up lhe principal business street this afternoon—
Third avenue, I think il is—was
bunches of fresh OUl flowers in
ii jeweler's window. They made
a beautiful display slill more
bi'iiiiliful    aud    allrnclive    and
the Old Country for ChristmasT.I added additional suggestion of
What line do you prefer? Can
offer you your choico of sixteen." And I found that he wos
agenl for the Cuiinrd, While
Star, the Bed Star line lo Antwerp, the French line to Havre
I • I ■!■■
refined culture lo the very large,
artistic slock of silverware displayed. As this is on the eve
of lhe holidays, I can imagine
nothing so suggestive and so
much   calculated   to   open   the
80URDOUGH8 FROM
DAWSON
"Let me again quote Ihat
trite old saying that the world
is a mighty small place, after all
to lhe man who has travelled,"
resumed Mr. Kales-Gordon at
lln- Inn on Thursday night, continuing his account of lhe notable people he had mot during
his brief \-i-it hero. "I mel another Klomlikcr this afternoon,
a real SOUrdOUgh.    I have    mel
Kiondikers    everywhere,    ami
have concluded Ihnl when the
Mounted Police llgurrd that a
hundred thousand people took
pact in thai memorable rush,
the   figure  could   not   be  much
overestimated.
"The man came oul of a
iretty little curio store on .'inl
Avenue, in fronl of which I was
saying goodbye lo Stanley Long
Here is an old friend of IliifT
'allullo," he said, "permil me
to introduce Moris Craig, of
Dawton, Don't you remember
him'!"
"Mr.   Craig  remembered   me
al  all events and  a*  he started
some    Interesting    reminiscent
yarns of the Yukon. Stanley finished lhe    farewell    and    Mr.
Craig ami   I  entered   lhe  curio
store.     Be   used   lo   be   in   lhe
same businss iu Dawson, and in
our old  house near Maidstone,
my sister has a lillle collection
of Indian curios    I    purchased
from     him     during     Dawson's
young and    giddy    days.      By
George,   bul  those  were   giddy
days.
"I find that Morte has developed some as an artist. He
seems to have brought (he pyr-
ographic art to a high state of
development,  and  1  recall  ad-
Cosmopolltan and  Dlcltena
r.ll.\liM-.s    DIGKBN8 is still a
"best   soller."     Publishers  don't
argue pro ami cuu over his booke
Ihey Just order a now carload
nt paper, ml the presses, and let
Ihom Speed on.    And it has I at
over forty years since, one morning when the yard was HIM with-
loarlel geraniums ami the breath
iif lyrlnga was heavy in the air,
ihe great author followed htiio
Noll.    Now lhal lhe centenary of
his birth (February 7th), 1812),
approaches    and    everybody    la
HiiukiiiK  <>f  Dickens.     We   novo
secured    several    articles which
will tell many Hung* about him
I Imi bave hitherto been unknown.
In lhe January Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickns, will
loll you some nf his own personal,
recollections of Ihe great novelist.    Later, probably in February
Mary Angela Dickons, his granddaughter,  will  give  an   intimate
\ ie«  nf Dickons as she remembers hlm.    In fact, in these and
Other articls ' nn Dickens whioh
will follow—fully    illustrated, of
been   pillih.f Inl   of   11 human—
course—WS »hall aim lo give you
a mors vivid picture Ihnn has yet
lhe home- side iif lhe greal master, written by tlmso who knew
him bast* Head lhe articles—
Ihey will surely arouse a new In-'
teresl in the "best beloved" au-
IfaOT in your library. Hubscrip-
lintis in Cosmopolitan will bo ac-
cepled until Dec. loth, al tho special low rale to Canada of 11.50.
Cosmopolitan   Agonry,  Box  851,
Winnipeg.
-.a..H.uo,
nt"
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Christmas Giving
THE
XMAS
RUSH
is upun us and
every   minute
I'lUIIll*.
Our stock is
complete under one roof
your every
?ii't   can    be
niiiiil.
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for the Office
Don't buy n watch before looking over
our stock. Ask the American railroad  man  his opinion of the ....
WEBB C. BALL
J. S. Grav & Son. Jewelers. S»*0'ot|4 jm-»^w>«m!
m.   v.   wa;    »-.    uvu,    avnvivia)      Hamilton, tllini.ta. Lonatn. mov-m-nu
WATCH   THE    BIG    FURN1TUE    STORE    FOB    GRAND    DISPLAY   OF.
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We have  received  them in great quantities nnd will display
something far exceeding any other attempt in Prince Rupert,
WE   ARE  COMPLETE   HOUSE   FURNISHERS
F. W. HART
Kntran<v Tltinl Door fmm Sixth
Strrri »>n Stxrnnil Avenue
Hart Block
Xmas  Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy boskets and boxes
also a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block - - Phone 56
"Tlie News* Classified Ads.
—One Cent A Word For Each Insertion—
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
,5j Wr*-*   ll*a*alt-*«>all|-*»s-,l
fll H~*> ll-* II H   II li tH,**m II «» 11 «fcl"-« ll»*a*itl**»H
~BB
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Murine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
tug
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-Huutes and Rentals.
i
For Rent
IHIiail  *a*lll~»ll"a-ila>
tnt j
r
Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wo  r-funtl  your  money  If  wo tlti  not
teach you to dance for the   price
of on.  ticket.
Wednesdays    and   Saturdays
In Sons of England Hall: at - p.m.
i   LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
For Bent—Two roomed cabin, close toMcBrld*.
freshly papered and clean, only $10 per month.
II F. McRae A Co. t-f
FOB RENT— Furnished roomi for gentlemen only; best location and "most view
In the city. I'lumo Urcen 338. Modern |
conveniences. m-glt
Inaurance
1
UP-RIVER MINES
ALL LOOK GOOD
Angus Stewart Hat One of the
Vary Best, Says Edgar Harris.
Slooan Capitalists Bond the
Surprise Property.
There ls more than one article here suitable for Cl,,' .
ing  that will compel your inspection ami assure v.,    T,?V"
OUR Companies ar* noted for prompt and jutt
settlements. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
tfj.-u.-
Wanted
Wantetl-General Servant.
Apply Mrs. L. W. Patmore.
11
XMAS GIFTS
a—a*—***-as—*—a
The most appropriate and most
appreciated Xmas .in- are usually
round In well appointed Jewelry
stores.
Today we have tho most complete
in.I tii'SI assorted stork of rlvcalile
a-lflit ever shown in Unpen.
Our Out Olaaa display Is a worthy
tine—IncltislM', eM-lu-ivc.
Then liaiiildecoraled ctilna makes
a dalnly remeiiiljrance. We have
MfHinrart and Itoyal crown Derby.
Our Jewelry outclasses siiylliln"
we have ever before shown, and In
all our ovporii'iiro we never ii.nl
better (roods for Uie money.
Wark's
.   .THIRD AVENI1C JEWELERS...
a-*-**s****a-*a **s*
Other maid kept.
Wanted to rent or leaae by first of January. 5 or
6 room modern houae. close In.   State terms to
Box 89.
Maternity nurse  open   for ensajrement.   Apply
Box 21(9 Newa. tf
Wanted.   —    Dressmaking, cleaning and preaa<
Ina, r-palrinir for men and women Mra Charlea
Porcher. M Third Av..   Phone 294 Red.     tf
MMlltY—Why remain lonelyt The Ideal
Introduction Club leads lo Happiness. A
strictly private, high-class, up-to-date
u„ iiu.in for properly Introducing worthy,
mitrriatrcablc people of any nationality,
rcim-lon. ate, or nnanrlal condition.
Many   people   walling-,   rich   and   poor.
Particulars i     Plain, scaled envelope.
I. C. Wilson, box 1770, Vancouver, B. C.
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets
tobacco jars, ash trays, sill
ver match boxes, etc.
L
Lost and Found
KOUND-2 Small Key..   Inqulreat Newa Ollice.
M-tt
LOST-Ladle.' Hand Baa containing sum of
money, between Hay* Creek railway irrade and
the old hospital.   Reward Dally News ollice. 2<
I
Real Estate
3
"There are lots of good mining properties up the river," says
Edgar Harris, "but ono of the
very best in Iho whole dfslrict is
that owned by Tony .Moll ugh and
Angus Stewart, contractors for
Foley, Welch & Stewart. He says
the ore is rich on the surface and
lhe development work that has
been done makes Ihe properly
richer. The shaft, sunk on the
main vein has led into an
eighteon-inoh vein of gray copper ore Ihat shows a value of
i*700 a ton.
"The winter camp has been
oompieed and the shaft, now 85
feel tleep, i.x lo be sunk to 'J00
feel   without  slopping.
"The Surprise properly, adjoining the Silver Standard, comprising three claims, has been
bonded by Couer de 'Alone and
Slocnn capitalists, and lho llrst
payment made on the bond.
"Work is also progressing on
lhe Iron Mask properly owned by
Dwyer it Stephens, who have recent ly lei a contract for a 100-
fool tunnel to be driven this winter."
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars nml
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
—STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT-
H. B. Campbell
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Lot for Sal. In Section 6, Block 22, Lot 16. "lh
Ave.   Apply Mia. Ruilch. Bos > J City.      i f
Stenographer
Eaat.rn alenaaraphcr of wide experience wants
position. Address "Steno*rrapher." ttt Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
Water Notice
WE BUI EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper. .Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Double Corner
ON SECOND AVENUE
Lots 20-21, block 20, section 2
For $2700
This comer being overtito, level,
slightly below grade and desirable from every .standpoint, Is
the best realty bargain in the city
WESTENHAVER    BROS.
..Christmas Hampers..
NO. 1—"AT Home"
2 bottles P. gt O. Scotch
1  bottle 3 Star Brandy
1 bottla Port
2 bottlaa Cholc. Olar.t
6 bottlaa  Bear   (quartt)
ONLY   $S
NO.  2—"FASHLV"
2 bottlaa P. a O. Scotch
1 bottla 3 Star Brandy
2 bottlaa Dry Qin
1 b 'tl. Beat Sherry
1 bottle Beit Port
r. bottlaa St. Ist.ph. Clarst
ONLY 111
NO    1 "FRENCH   DINNIR '
1 bottle Amer Picon
2 bottlaa Haul Baraao (quarts)
4 bottles St. latephe (quart.)
3 bottles   Sparkling  Motelle  (quartt)
1 bottla  20-Vear-Old  Brandy
1  bottla Vellow Oharlreutt
ONLY BIT
NO.  4—"INTERNATIONAL"
1 bottla   Intra   Sherry
2 bottlaa Chablls
3 bottlaa Cheat.an Margaua
4 botll.a Ohampagna
1  bottl. BB-Vear-Old   Biaqult Brandy
1  bottla MaraaRIno
ONLY |2S.    (All quartt.)
NO. B—"OinWIAN  DINNIR"
1  bottla Cherries In Maraaklno
3 bottl.t  Ll.bfraumllch
B bottlat Sparkling Hook
1  bottla 20-V.ar-Old  Brandy
1  bottle Kirch
1 bottla Kummel
12 bottl.t Btar
ONLY gig    (All quartt)
NO.   n     "COSMOPOLITAN"
1 bottlt Oocktallt
2 bottl.t P. a O. Scotch
1  bottlt 20-Vtar-Old Brandy
6 bottltt Alt or Stout
1 bottle Slot om
1  bottla Orttn  Chartreuse   (pint)
ONLY S10.2B
'MANSON WAY'
GOES ON AHEAD
Noble Lumbor Bridge Work for
AecesB to Provincial Wharf In
Proqress—It Is a Roundabout
Way.
un*.'   .if w,»fc»   ..v.-v
We have nol I n eatabliabad 50 years, bul wa ran sell you
DG-year-old Brandy.   Remember, wo havo » oomplola aseortmenl
of iill stniiiliird Liquors, nnd control   the  exrlusiw  iiKenry   for  a
large numbor of lbs Beil Wlnoi,LlQUon and Liqueurs ever soon
in ibe Province* We buy dlreol from Europe nnd give you tho
benefll of ihe mlddleman'i profits.
10 per oent, dlsoount on all bills Over $5 until the end of the year.
Clarke Bros., Ltd. i^^ «*.%■■ Phone 39
Bzlenslve lre*llo nnd bridge
work is in BOtlVO profFOai nl the
lhe whnrf for the gencrnl publiO
Provlnolal Qovernmenl'e new
whnrf io oomplete iho aooasi lo
Hie \v[uirf for the gencrnl public
when the whnrf is opened for
slcnmbonl  Irnlllc.    Access In the
wharf win be by inenns of "The
Hanson Way," ■ route which
seems mosl appropriately roundabout and Indirect* The way itself is n high wooden girder
bridge   spanning   lhe   O,   T.   P.
track.   Above the whnrf n inkes
n right tingle Ium nnd I ben by
a long grndunl slope of Ircsllc
work    now    under    conslruclinii
ibe passenger reaohei Lhe level
of lhe whnrf nt lhe opposite end
from Hint approaohad by the
Hanson Way ni nrsi.  The Man*
son  Way connects with  lho cily
at    First    nvciuie    through the
Waalhotme Lumber Co.'s do-
mnins.
1. Airred Christian Garde of Prince Rupert occupation Mlnlna Enalnrer, alve notice th.t on tb.
.-th day of Ikecember. l'.'ll. I Intend to apply to
the Water OasssssssssstMl at his oAtee  In   Prlnre
Kupert for a Hen., to tak. and um two cubic
feet of water per aecond from an unnamed stream
In the District of Coast Kan in- .'■. Skeena Dlvlslt.n.
I-I mite tttt of th. I.nr 8UU0Q. G.T.P.   It.
The water Is to be taken from the stream about
tme half mile above Ita outlet, and ia to be  uaed
for developina power for a query situated at the
outlet of aald ere.lt. along the Railway arada.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. Mth. l'.'ll. d-*7
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tender, will be received by the under-
-i.-iii ii up lo ■■ n. m Monday, tfilh in ■ ■ m
I" 1. If 11, for the 1..nau in-nun of a plank
roadway on the nortb tide of Flrat avenue
between Ss*mili street and the junction
of Flrtl and Second avcnuri. Plant and
-I'. ■ uli .iiii'ii. may be tern and form* nf
lender "hi im..1 at the ofllcc of the City
Knrlnecr.
Lowest  or any  lender not  necessarily
arcepled.
MUMST   A.  WOODS.
City Clerk.
WM.   M.MIloN   DAVIS,
tr City I n-ln. er
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRiE
«l . "Mi Oisn . .        ralN. ,- ai'MWT
UNDSAYiS^olfA^
C T. P. Transfer AfltvaU
Ordera promptly AIM.   Prleee reauonabsa.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. CantreMt.    Phone *
Fine View Corner
M SECTION   TW
$2,250
—IN SECTION   TWO—
SNAP   -   $525 Each
UU 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
\ IKE ATHENS-
- New Berber Seep {
J                  Try ns once and rou                  J
I                  trill always t*~rne back                 J
7   DENNIS STOIOIrOS
122 Gts Stterl  \
Oaoaral Superintendent Meimn
is expaotad to raUtra today from
11 run up Iho lino on inspection
bent. The new limiiol nt KIIipIob
is prnclirnll.v-rrndy for Irsck laying nnd will open up n long
slrolch of grnde beyond, Inward
Haiolton*
Have You Heard Biscay,
me great labor lecturer of Onn-
iiiln. If not you nro missing
something. The I. W. w. has so-
fttretl Ihe services of J. S. Hiseny
for one week lo deliver a series
of leeiures on social, economic
unti labor quest ions. In order to
give every worker nn Opportunity
lo lake udvnnlnge of these educational leeiures there will be no
t-hnrge for admission. The subjects ami place as follows: Saturday, I. W. W. Hall, "The Slave";
Sunday, Majestic Theatre, "The
Searlel Woman"; Monday, 1. w.
W. Hnll. "Might Is Right"; Tuesday. I. W. \V. Hall, "Legal ()p-
preaaion"; Wednesday, 1. w. \v.
Hall, "History of Labor"; Thursday, 2 p. m., I. \V. W. Hnll, "The
1 iiiinployed." All leeiures begin nl 8 p. 111. exeepl lhe last one.
HUNT MISS THIS.
BUILDING PERMITS
Paroohial hnll for Catholic
Church, Fifth avenue, to cost
vi.i'.m. Ilcsidcnco Tor Mr. J. II.
Hilditch, on Fourth avenue, to
cosl &1,GOO. Alleralions to store
on Thirtl avenue for I), tl. Kcyser,
IS, .-*eclion I, First avenue, to
sr.llli. lir-i.l.'ni ml block Tor Allan
Campbell on Lois 7 und 8, Blook
cost 911,000. Residence on Tat-
low ilroel for Mr. D. W. Morris-
sey, to cost »500.
Rev. Or. Tomlinson to Speak.
Rev.  Dp,  Tomlinson,  who  hns
been aaaoolated with Pather Dun-
oan for many years in the missionary  work  of lhe  roast,  will
-peak on Sunday morning in the
Meshyterlan Hall.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
UH en  Park  avenue,  18,000.    Term-  or
.  I«?f. ra«h, bal. I, 9 and 3 years	
.nl »J, Blorh »0, senior. Ij prleo »l,78u.
Ii.i mi second avenue, Ulock «, Section 1.
Inr »:..'.T.n    Oood lerros.
LOU II and 84, Block «3, Section I, double
corner or Seventh street and Third avenue, for 130,000. This double corner Is
the best buy In Inside properly In the
illy.
I.nt o», Block »0, Section »; price 1900.
Terms of ijoj.mi cash, bal. 0. T. P.
I.ol 0, Block JO, Seellon I; price »S,|oo.
11,410 cash.
LOU 15 and If,, lllock I, Section ll price
•l,»r,o each.    One-third rash.
LOU 15 and to, Block 9, Section b-. MM
fy.tno pair.
I'our lots nn Summit avenue Tor llll each
l.ols II antl l», Block »3, Section 0: price
H,IC*.    Equllv nut.
Lilt ?. Illnck 80, Srrllon 0, 11,800. Itlllf
cash, tiiinparc this nlTerlns with others
mi ^Hlh avenue. Section «,
'•"I',.!.!, in<l  la Mnck  1*. section  0,
11*100, l.asy terms,
l.ols 81 and «. lllock 7, Section 6, 11,800
each.    Hair cash.
I.ol 4. Block 5, secilnn 8, with sli roiun
house;   »8,800.     Terms  of   (sou   cash.
bal. lit 0, 13 and ih month*.
I.nt   I'.Block   8,   Section   7,  with   house;
• 1,750.    Terms of »750 rash, bal.  ted
per mimili
l.ols 40 and 41, Block 0. Section 7. II 100
pair.    Terms
LOU  a and  9.  lllock  80, Section  8,  »750
pair.    Half rash. hal.  I, 8 nnd 3 vears
LOU 33 and 34, Block  3, Scrilon 8,'8315
each.    Kasy terms.
FAI1M LAHDt,
I aki'lse. Kllsumkalnm nml llulkley valley
rann lands in blocks to suit purrhiisrr
Ir,n   acres   nf   crown   -rained   land   on
porcher Island; price 83 per acre
—1NSURANCE-
McCaffery & Gibbons
TIIIHIi   AVGNUB
«jV«***ti ll*»*fcia'**-»-*«*1*a»a»'
] Geo. D. Tite's j ?
*>■-»■■***'*"»."■*'■■■*'■■-**«***"   STORE   t—.i—i-i »ir mu if «J
shows the way to furnish your home with quality and cconomv      8
HI
H
*..
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful titan a com- j?
fortablc Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of goo,) };»
Dining Room  Furniture,   Buffets,  China CabineU, «;j
Dining Tables and Chairs—leather seats '•»
I
B
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 j;|
iii
*i i
c
ii:
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,   Rope Portiers, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
j|J  For Good Values in Carpels and Rugs all sizes, Now is Your lime to Bu; J
0 ::*
i GEO. D. TITE  -  The Home Furnisher I
05 THIRD AVENUE,   PIIONK 20 (J)
Sife:S:S:S:S:S*Ss^S-S*S*^*^S*^^^
f.*>*.*it.^t.tf**.^t.'.t.*,*.\^.tt.\f.tOt.\t.'f.tt.\f.t.'»*.\f.f.i..t..t,*f*tt\
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjopent
Ebony Hand Mirrors      Military Brushes      Travelling Ctuei
Manicure Sets Perfumes Toilet WitWI
C. H. OR ME       .       -        The Pioneer Druggist
The ^texaJLL Store
P.»atS2
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
m*
*fe-
rooP
<»r-j
assA
,r,,^»j
»    "-Mlv.  V<£/   |*»V-
^-SHmOYSTERSYST^11^
'.li.an.A.IKifiaa
Spot the "Seslshipticnse'
-In-
Frizzell's
MEAT MARKF.T
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twain's Oj
stcr Story," contain*
ing  delicious   recipe?.
We sell "Sealihipt" Oyiler.
Fresh From the Sea.  .  .
Si
—APPETISING AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES, ASK FOR-
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens and Green Vegetables
-THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE-
FRIZZELL'S
Third
Avenue
tomm
H SOUTH   H AZEI TON    In •>«>•"■« lot» »* Hatelton 1» •!■-- you Invo.i in ■
= a,:!,"     ,      ,.L1Un            th,OIH.I.I and Onlr O.T.P. Towa.lt. =
  All Inrormatltitt rree "-S
= Pnrf   P.Pnrdp   »"l be th.Wlnnlp.a of British Columbia. =
__ *W11   UCU10C             Don't mlsa-our opportunity. -**:
= -LOTS IN ALL PARTS OP PRINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE- S
== SNAP-- LoU 1-2, block 31, Section 7, I860, only $300 cash rr
Th. COLLART      -      225 6th Street
Dox m Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd.
Sole Agenl
Phone .1*1
lAvmm

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