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Array OUT OF WORK TODAY?
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The Daily New
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DEC 221911
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NEXT MAILS
For South
Prinoess Mary.Today, 8 p.m.
Camosun.... Sunday, 6 p.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
I VOL. II,  NO. 288
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, December 16, 1911.
Price Five Cents
IMJFAQTI
T�� FKHT B. Ci COI
PICTURE SHOW WAS WRECKED
BY IHE 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 Press Despatch.)
Montreal, Dec. 10���Because
llie moving pictures being shown
depict Ing the alleged barbarities
inflloted on the Turks and Arubs
by Italian soldiers, and giving
tlie Turks lhe best of the fighting
in the war in Tripoli, a large
body of Italians rushed thc theatre where they were 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. and Edgar Harris, of Harris
Brothers, the well-known Hazelton mining men, gives excellent
reports of the outlook for the
properties in that oountry. The
brothers are just going home for
Christmas and will be buck by
January 15lb, as Ihey will keep
at work on Iheir Aincrican Boy
group all winter. A crescent
tunnel It. their No. 2 vein is now-
being driven, which will give
them 137 feel depth on lhe vein.
The oro body is very rich, averaging over i?100 a ton, one large
piece weighing III? pounds giving
n nnssay of *:17 1 lo the ton. Work
is going ou in night and day
shifts. Work is also going on
wiili promising results ou the No.
3 vein, and a gang will sink a
shaft mi Nn. 1 in the spring,
where values of over SM0 a Ion
have already been obtained.
Mr. Harris reports that the
llnclier de Boule properly, which
was recently bonded to some Salt
Lake parlies al a big llgui-e-
some reports said $2511,000���
have already g<>i twelve men al
work Installing machinery, which
Includes an eight-drill [ngersoll.
They will drive a crosscut tunnel
to tup the lower vein nl u depth
of 200 feet.
Silver Cup is also keeping Iiii	
men ni work ail winter tunneling
on llie Duke claim.
played last night. Tlie angry
men lore down the signs, routed
the ushers, and compelled thu
proprietor to stop the show.
Th.-y threatened if it is repented
tomorrow to return and wreck
lhe place.
Wurks are showing a large as-
sorlmenl <.f 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.)
Ton.nlo, Dec. 111.���The (.una-
iliau Manufacturers' Association
lias decided when the llrsl opportunity is presented to bring a test
case against the licensing of ex-
Ira Provincial corporal ions under ihe Companies Act of British
Columbia.   The case will be taken
n ssary  to  the  Privy Council
to   the   Supreme   Court   and   if
lo test its constitutionality.
ARRANGED FOR
THREE DEBATES
Prinoe Rupert Young Men Will
Furnish Eduoatlon and Entertainment This Winter by Public Debates.
f.all untl .- ur select  slock
of diamonds ami gem rings, j. s.
dray & Sum.' Jewelry Store.   If
SOON OPEN NEW WHARF
Q. T. P. Line to Provinolal Wharf
Being Hurried to Completion.
Tw�� long ballast trains dumped
their   li.ads  nl   high   speed  wllh
the special clearing cur apparatus
along lhe grade between Hie
depot and i in. Qovernmeni wharf
yesterday. Rapid work has been
done In spike lhe rails and complete ihe skeleton track so far.
and ih.' ballasting will make ihe
line iu shape for heavy IraOlo
very soon. Wiih ihe completion
of ihe aooosi i.. ih.' wharf and the
railway and the appoinlmenl of
tlie wharfmasler, Mr. J. Beattie,
ii would upp.'iir iluii before long
lh.* whurf will he opened fm' h "i.t
Irnllic. Tlie false work used in
ih.- selling ..f 'ih.' oonorole piles
hns been adapted for protective
Iiuii't  singing  lo  lhe wharf  lo
prevent .inningc to the structure
by heavy steamship Iralllc.
Paper decorations, tinsels, eic,
for houses, iloros, etc Wallace's,
Notioe
a i ling of ih.' residents of
Seollons *>. 0, 7 and h will bo held
in Hie Presbyterian church ball
on Tuesday next, December 10th,
ni h p.m. Thomas Dunn, G. it. Nn-
deii and w. p. i.vmil wm address
the meeting.   The objects of the
properly     Owners'   Association
will bl fully Outlined nl the incline-
Everyone   should   attend.���-v,.
-fin-man, Bwy. 2l
Represenlatlvea from tho Presbyterian, Anglican ami Baptist
Church clubs mot last night
mi.I decided to nri-nnge n series
of three public debates, to lake
plac during lhe winter season.
One will be held at the Presbyterian Hull, one ju Mclntyre Hall
ami one nl SI. Andrew's Hall. A
novelty in the debate will be that
in each debate there will be on
each side a representative from
the Anglican, Baptist and Prcsby-
lerian Young Men's clubs, and
each body will nominate a judge.
in tins way any possibility Of <le-
nomlnalional rivalry will be ruled
..ill  und jUSlioe Will be doll.'.
The dales and subjects are as
follow-.:
Jan. 22���Baptist Brotherhood,
Mclnlyre Hull. "Resolved, Thai
early marriage injures ii young
man's ohancea of success."
I'i-Ii. (I���SI. Andrew's Hall.
"Resolved, Thai all races should
he eligible for cili/eiiship in Canada."
Feb. J.-*-Presbyterian Hail.
"Resolved, That there should be
mt eduoatlonal qualification."
Tlie entertaining club will iu
ea.-li case supply the leaders, and
each will In- supported by one
member from the olher Iwo clubs.
Crowded for t m���musl dis-
1'iiiiiiiuie our toy department}
everything in toys, dolls, games,
ole, ni .-..si.   Wallace's,       if
FOR JOE MERRYFIELD
New Wholesale Store With Residential Rooms on 1st Ave.
Plledrlvlng   operations   oom��
moneed Blhll morning "ii IhO silo
mt First Ave. near M.-Hride St..
for new wholesale grocery WSP0-
htiiise premises lO be erected for
,1. I'.. Mcrryfield by J. II. Hlldltoh,
The premises will  include a set
t,f handsome modern residential
npiii'tiiieiils mi Ibe Upper floors
10 be rented. The plans and specifications have I n prepared by
Messrs. Munro and Lailey, aiclii-
ISOlS, and lhe pile driving is being done   byWm. Angle.
One HelnUman Player Piano
Iii lie sacrificed for cash nl
Walks. *l
FLOUR MILL DESTROYED
Robin Hood Mills at Moose Jaw
Goes up in Flames���Loss
$200,000
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Moosejaw, Dec. 1(1.���The ll.thill Hood Hour Mills were destroyed by lire last nighl, entailing a
loss of 1200,000. The capacity
of the mill was 1600 barrels.
HAVE USE OF VAULT
Registrar and    Staff    Oooupylng
New Temporary Quarters.
Members <>f the registry offlflloe
sin IT, Including Mr. Hun-ill, lhe
registrar, are occupying the Continental Trust building temporarily. Mr. Burrill removed his
hooks, ele.. from Hie police station nl the firsl opportunity afler the Supreme Courl dosed.   .
Iii.'   doll   ul   Ward's   Candy
Shop.    Wnlcli lhc 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 Daily News.)
London, Dec 16.���Tho National
insuranoe Bill has passed the
House of Lords nml only awaits
the formality of the King's signature to beoome operative, Twelve
million mon uml women in Greal
Britain will  be alTecled by the
.envisions of thu bill, Whioh e.impels Insuranoe againsl sickness
anil unemployment.
liefore selecting n piano see tho
siiiuii'v ni Cray's Jewelry store.
Cannot be benl for lone, quality
ami price. Pianos lunod an.l repaired. If
MEET   IN  VANCOUVER
Western Canada Baptists to Hold
Convention in Coast City
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Dec. 10���11 wns dc-
ei.le.l lasi nighl by llie committee In charge that the convention of Western Canada Baptists
will bo hold in Vanoouver In the
near ful ure.
Camosun Xmas Trip.
Next Friday, 22nd Inst., the
Camosun will arrive aboul 7 p. m,
from ilu* soulh with Xmas mail
aud will pull oul lhe same evening on a direct run snulh again
in luml passongors for Xmas day
in Vanoouvor. Tho Camosun will
not make Stewart next week-end.
PELAGIC SEALING ENDS FOR
APERIODOFHFTEEN 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
large nml varied assortment and
Cllll.lion-  gifi   lnive> ill  Keeley's,
3rd untl 6th. If
ANOTHER FALL AT DANGER SPOT
This Time the Victim Was Not Killed, Only Had His Head Frad
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���
Was Picked Up for Dead- Doctors Amazed at the Man's Escape
from Instant Death
At  almost  the  same spot  behind   the   Dominion   Hotel   where
i mail was killed by a fall last
year, Tom Willis, a longshore-
tiiiin. slipped ou the ire Inst nighl
and crashed down n dislanro of
twenty-five feel lo the rocks below. He is alive, hul his forehead
wns smashed, Ihe skull is fractured and he has concussion of
lhe brain. He lies al lhe lienernl
Hospital in n critical condition,
hul Ihis morning was reported to
he doing ns well as might be exported.
Had a Close Call.
Dr. Tremayne, who wns colled
it dlalely  after  the  accident,
says Willis lias had about the
closest call he might live through.
The distance In* fell was n clear
IWOflty-flVC feel. Ilfleetl feel further   Hi;iii   the   full   which   killed
John Crawford aboul a fortnight
ng.. in the sum.* neighborhood,
ami   leu   feet   furl her   ili.ni   that
which killed another vlollm lust
tear .'lose lo the same plaee.
Slipped on Plankway.
How Willi- eame lo i i wllh
Ihe accident Isdifflooll lo account
fnr. say the .Im-liir nn.l snmc of
tin* helpers, tie -lipped on the
plankway loading lo the row i.r
eul.to- just below ihe Dominion
Holel   III   the  deep   gull)   I..'tween
thai    building   nml    the    lira n.l
II I.
Slipped Under Rail.
There is a railing on the plnnk-
way, hul Willi- managed lo slip
under the guard rail between lhe
ni11 nml the plank footway. Ire
Caused his fall. He wos perfect-
I) sober and a strong, well set up
nn ' I uld md  have sur-
vived Hn- bl.iw mi his bend.
Picked Up for Dead.
Helper- Immediately after the
t nienl    lunk   Into   up   for  dead.
toil Willi- wu- utile lo speak and
complained of injuries to his
hack lh..ugh in a semi-conscious
condition and suffering from
concussion of the brain. The
forehead wu. dark bruised and
lhe eye- seemed hurl by lhe
rocks. Bj u sheer mirsole no
Imii KOepI those of lhe forehead were fractured.
LAUGHING, THEY WENT TO THEIR DOOM
(Canadian Press Despatoh.) |
Vi.'iiii-ia, Dec. 16.���Under the
terms of treaty between Russia,
Canada, lhe United States and
Japan lo terminate pelagic sealing, which came Into offeol today, a once greal industry ooases
in exist.   The Canadian .-fillets
are   In   lie   conipeiisiiled   by   the
Qovernmeni.
Duly 25,660 skins were dis-
pn.-i'ii of in Hie London market
loday, Tbey brought -*?-'7 u skin,
-s| more Hutu usual. The Japau-
oso raids on the seal rookeries of
Behring Sen havo almost depleted
the herds.
Many of the American sealers
are to bo refitted to enter the
hu I ilm t 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 io.���The flrsi report "f the Naval Service has just
been issued and deals with the
carrying mil of tlie naval policy
��� I' lhe late Government, the work
Of Ihi' Fisheries Protective Sciv-
lOO, llvili'iigiiipliic Survey, Wire-
les- uml Itadi..-Telegraphic Service, ii -lutes iiiiii :i8 recruits
were sooured for the cruiser
Rainbow, all bui 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 One buslnoss and residential block is plunne.l for t-'ir-t
avenue, near MoBrlde street,
overlooking the new Provincial
Qovernmeni wharf. The building
is t�� he erected by -I. It. Hilditch
for Allan  Campbell.
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prinoe Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
Ladies' watches from now until Xmas at special prices at
Walk's. If
Christmas Social.
The Scandinavian Booicly Valhalla nr s. II. ,v I*:. 1'. is making
preparations for an enjoyable
social wiili danoe In K. of P. Hall
Saturday, Dec. Joth, ul 8 p, m,
Music b> Qray's orchestra.
Qentlemen 11.50; ladies free.
d!6-ga
Christmas Hush,
llig rush to Keeley's for Perfume.- ill fancy gift packages.   If
All kinds of musical Instruments nt .1. s. Gray a Sons', oili
street. if
equipment will nil be of Hie mosi
mod.'ni.   und   everything   will   he
arranged In substantial style lo
suit tile .-Irtlfllirt* to Hie excellent
site. Messrs. Munroe *% l.ailey are
lhe  architects   iu  charge   of  Hit*
III
work    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
For Men.
Shaving Sels, Safely Ita/ors,
Shaving Mirrors, S having
Hriishcs, strops���all appropriate
Christmas   gifts   for   men ��� at
Keeley's Phlirilinev. If
Tobogganed It
One of tin- features of the re-
ceni Provinolal polloe excursion
tut.i   the   Naas   dislrict   was   Ihu
method adopted by indntii Agcni
C. C. Perry fur descending a lung
nle. lie simply sal astride of
his kil hag and tobogganed it, to
lhe huge delight ..r lhe resl of
the parly.
See  Sweder Hros.  for holiday
tailoring. .i.i
All mombera "f the Ratepayers'
Usooiallon arc invited to attend
n meeting for members only in
the  Mclntyre  Hull   Hit-  evening,
In oilier lillli.    Those whn have
joined but have nol yel received
membership cards, can ohUm
Iheir cards al lhe door. It
Beautiful "..pen stuck" dinner
ami lea sels - -over a Inn weight
of ili.'iii ju-i received du i from
Kngland.   Tasteful patterns, open -tuck,   medium- pries. Wai
luce's. If
a snapshot of ths victims of lhe recenl Qlldden Tour disaster taken ju-i before lho stnri on
iheir i nt uu- holiday trip.
The Bible and Progress.
"ThS    Place   of   llie   llihle    in
Human Progress" is the Interest*
ing subject tlial Hev. W. II. M0��
l.t*.nl, ll. I)., has taken for liis sermon tomorrow nighl In lbs Mo-
ttilMc Hull al 7:.'iu. The regular
Baptist   Church   SSrvlOSS  will   he
held there al it a. in., 1.80 p. m.
ami 7: 80 p. m. Special music
will he rendered by the choir.
Prinoess May Today.
The C. P* **��� steamer PrifiSSSS
Mai  arrived  Intlay with  passengers  and  mall  from  Vancouver.
NEW CAPTAIN
FOR QUADRA
Csptaln John D. MoPherson of the
C. P. R. Steomer Otter Is the
Luoky Men���Will Take Command Very Shortly.
VlelorlS,    Dec.    10,      Cnplnin
.inhu D. MoPherson of the c. p.
II.   strainer  idler   Iih��   been   appoint.'.I lu command thu Domin-
NEXT OOUNTY OOURT
Judge Young Will Sit on January
Sth,  1912
Old  Reliable
Tin* st. Cam..sun arrived til  7
nm. today wiih passengers and
mini from lhe snulh.    She pulled
iiiii again fnr Stewart ul II a.m.
mn Qovernmeni steamer Quadra
in place of Captain Hsekolt, who
recently resigned. Captain Mc-
Phorson Will lake command as
-..ton ii- Hu- vessel returns from
her present trip i" lbs norih.
Nexi  sittings of    the    County
Court   will   he   opened   by   Judge
Young mi January nth, IB 12. The
courl mav  be he|i| in Hie .Miiciii-
lyrc hail, unless meantime, lhe
temporary office- for the land
registry stair ai mpleled, enabling ihe   court   house io   be
used. Chambers hearings ill
ciiinieclioii wiih the county court
oases will l.e held next week by
Judge Young.
There arrived yesterday a large
sbipmenl   of Cut  Qlass,   Royal
Crown Derby China, hand painted
Chins and many other beautiful
lines especially attractive and
appropriate fm- Xmas gifts.   Call
nl Walk's liefore you buy.       If
Choicest   llffljon  and cigars���
Savoy.
Qerhard Helnliman
I'll
r    Hm
1 \     days
l-'rnnk     ll.
Keeli'V.    III.'
exclusive
agi
nt for
Ihis
famous
piano, w
���ii o
ffcr in
per
cenl.
discount
on
every
piano.
If
Pantorium
Phono 4.
Pioneer   Cleaners
Don'l   forget Ihnl yon ,-nn find
a   complete   line   of   Hand   Hags.
suit case Umbrellas wiih gold
ruled ami starling silver handles.
Qray's   Jewelry   sion*.    Prices
right. tf
Christmas Gifts In China.
Keeley's    elegant    display    o
land    painted    China    in    wid
rang.' of variety and price is nt-
Miss Lester left by lhe Prince
Ruperl vesieriiiiy morning for a
holiday trip lo the east, sin- will
return   to   lhe   olty  about   lho
mi.I.He of March.
Christmas Oards.
Extraordinary   assortment   at
Keeley's. tf
Christmas dinner���friends in-
v iti-ti. extra dishes, glasses, linen
needed.      Everything    in    these
line-..    Wallace's. If
THE WEATHER.
Twenty-four   hours   ending   5
a. in.. Dec. 16!   Bar., 29.07; max.
trading th.' Christmas shoppers. I temp,, 80,0;  min, temp., 30.0;
If I rain, .20. THE DAILY NEWS
Have You Anything to Sell?    Try the News Want Ad. Way of Finding a R
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
Spot the
'Seiilsliiptiease"
���in���
FrizzelPs
MEAT MARKET
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twain's Oyster Story," containing  delicious   recipes.
We aell "SeaUhipt" Oyetere
Freah From the Se*.   .   .   .
-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 RIOHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
Third
"*        "        Avenue
FRIZZELL'S
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our stock.     Ask  tlie American railroad  man  his  opinion  uf  the ....
J. S. Gray & Son, Jewelers,
WEBB C. BALL
St>li' Atrontg. We also carry a full
line of Howard, Elirina, Wait ha m��.
Hamilton. Illinois. LontHne niovementj
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"The News" Classified Adsj
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
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WILL TRANSFER
RAILWAY BET
Borden Government Will Probably Hand It Back lo B. C. Government to Administer���Hon.
W. R. Ross' Mission to Ottawa.
Christmas vexatious problems  easily solved  by Sloan & Company's Script.
Sold for any amount,"redeemable in merchandise.
Prince Rupert, b.c	
Sloan & Company, Limited
.191.
MERCHANDISE  SCRIPT
Deliver to.
.merchandise to the amount
of	
$	
SLOAN & COMPANY,
100
LIMITED
SLOAN & COMPANY
Sixth Street
CHRISTMAS GOODS
.TRNITl'K   STORE    FOR   liRAND    DISPLAY   OF.
We  have  received  them  in  (Treat quantities  and will display
something far exceeding any other attempt in Prince Rupert.
F. W. HART
WE  ARE  COMPLETE   HOUSE   FURNISHERS
Hart Block
Ottawa, Deo. 15.���Hon. VV. it.
Hnss left for bomc today after
a oonferenoe with lhe Federal
Qovernmeni respoollng the railway belt question. A proposal
iluii ihe I). C, Qovernmeni be allowed to administer lhe railway
belt pending' un investipiilion by
n f<>niinissi.>n it. determine upon
a fair price for a transfer back
lo the province will come before
llie Cabinet in the next couple of
dnys. An announoemenl favor*
able I.. British Columbia is **���%-
peeled In be made.
A request for o t|itil claim lo
llic university site at Point Qrey
will also be granted.
Wurks are Bhowlng a large ns-
soi-iineiii nf Howard railroad
watches. if
Free   doll   at   Ward's   Candy
Shop.    Walch the window,    tf
Lethbridge Man Named.
Ottawa, Deo, 15.��� Special. ���
The Qovernmeni has appointed
Mr. Heniiey, u Lethbridge merchant, as ohariman of oonferenoe
between the coal mine workers
and Hie operators in Alberta nnd
Eastern British Columbia. This
is lhe lust chapler in Ihe late
strike. . ��
Irrtr.Mrr .'  Thl.il   DoOl*  fn*>ITI Sixth
Str.ft on S...'.e[i,l Avenue
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.
COMPANY.
-Houaea anil Rcntala.
Xmas Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fane/ baskets 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
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Learn to Dance .
.
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wc refund  your  money  If wp do not
teach you to dance for tho i>Hc��
of one   ticket.
Wednesday*   nnd   Saturdays
in Suns of England Hall: at 8 p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
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Christmas Dainties
l-*��H"^ll*^|H
FRESH    AND    SWEET
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.New Mince Meal, jusi like mother used lo make; it's
.uily 66c.
Wc have just received a large shipment of now Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts, Table llui*iii.��, Iiales, Oranges,
Chocolates.
Shop early anil avoid disappointment.
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XMAS GIFTS
Tin- iiie.-i appropriate nml meal
nppiTtlntetl Xmas gin* are usually
rmiiitl in well appoliitt-il Jewelry
attirea.
Titilay wo liave llie ninsl complete
untl lifst aaniiiietl slock of glrcable
Kill*, mt aliowti In lutpi-rt.
Our Out Olaaa display in a worlliy
one���inclusive, exclusive.
Tlit'ii liaml-ili'i'nrnletl China makes
a   ilalnly   reiiii'iiiliraii.'.'.     \Vc   have
Moorenfl nml Royal Crown Darby.
Our ���lowalry oUtOlSSSSI anytliliifr
W6 have ever bcri.re shown, antl In
all our experience we never liatl
lii-lii-r Knotls ror llie money.
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For Rent���Two roompil aabln. close to Mellrlile,
fri-ahty papered aittj i-li-iin. unly llll tier innntli.
11 P, McRae _ Co. t-f
loll RENT- Puriilslieil  i its  for Heinle-
men only; besl lix-itM..ti iinil llnesl view
in tlie fl ty. piiiiiu- Qreen US'. Modern
conveniences, BS4-B80
Insurance
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OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juat
settlements. We write every known class of
Insuri nee. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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J Wanted |
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Wanted���General Servant.
Apply Mra. L. W. Patmore.
Other itialtl kepi.
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Wanted to rent or leaae by llrsl of January. 5 or
fi room modern houae, cloae in. State terma to
Box 89.
Maternity nurse open for cniraircment. Apply
ll..\ 2169 Newa. tf
Wanted. ��� Dreaamakinir, cletiiiini** antl t.reaa-
Inir, repnlrlnir for men anil women Mra Charli-a
Percher. lOO Third Ave.   Phone'HU Ked.     tf
���MAIlllY- -Why remain lonely? Tlio Ideal
Introduction Club leads lo happiness. A
Mi-nily private, high-class, up-lo-dotc
ii.fiiiiim for properly introducing worthy,
iiiarrlaaealil.' people >.r any ntitlontillly,
religion, ngo, or llnanelal i'tin.lill��n.
Many people walling, rich and poor.
I'nrlti-iilars lice, Plain, sealeil envelope.
I. C. Wilson, box l7?.i, Vancouver, D. C,
NE BUT EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Voter List Stands.
The Court of Revision met ye-s-
lei'day for the Ilnnl  scrutiny of
the muniolpal voters' list, which
hus now been dually passed.
Lost and Found
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FOUND-2 Small Keya.   Inuulreat Newa Olllce.
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LOST��� Ladlea' Hand Ph.* containing sum nf
money, between Haya Creek railway nienl.* and
the old bOSPltal.    Reward Dally Newa ofllce. 21
Real Estate
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Lot for Sale in Section 6, Block 22, Lot 15, Tth
Ave.   Apply Mike Kuzich. Box >J City.      tf
Stenographer
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Enatern atcno-rrapher Of wide experience wanta
li.i-.ili.ui. Atldreaa "Stemvrapher," 662 Cor*
dova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t.f
Ladies' watohos from now until  Xmas   at  special   prices  at
Wurks. tf
COAL NOTICE
Christ
urchaser
ing
mas Ci"
There is more than one article
ing that will compel your Inspection
ere suitable for (
und assiir,
Pipes and
Smokers*
Sundries
inatram jiv.
your lelectton,
toewe, B. B. B.'s 0wn
make; G. B. D. spS
Peterson patent, L��
schaum and calabash, dear
cases, cigarette case,. 0|J���
holders, cigarette holders
pipe racks, smoking sots
tobacco jars, ash tray.;, sil.!
ver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
-STORE  WITH   RED   FRONT
H. B. Campbell
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$����.SSn^*^^
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Skeuna Land DUtrlct���District of Queen Charlotte '
Tak* untie that thirty daya altar date, I. C. K. I L
Hainter of (*rinc�� Kupert, H. C, by occupation I 2f&
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chief Com- I !���#
miaaionor of Landi for a licence to proapect for SJf
coal and pelroleum oo and under 64U acna of *��j
land on Craham laland daacribed aa followa: 1&
Commencing at a poit planted two milo* nortii %*���***
of C. K. H. Coal Leaae No. 1\ marked S. K. JJ4
corner C. K. H. Coal Laaae No. -l. thenoe north m/
SO chain*, thence weit m* chaina, Ihenco aouth SU ��*{
chaina,  ihenc* eaat.  0 chaina lo plac* of com-   *****
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shows the way to furnish your home with quality and econom
Geo. D. Tite's
mencement.
Uatoel Sept. II, 1911
C. E. IIAINTKU. Ucaior
Water Notice
I. Alfred Chrlallan Garde of Prince Rupert, occupatiun Mininir KriKini >������*. nlve notice that on the
2Sth day of December, lull, I intend la apply to
the Water Commlaaioner al hla office In Prince
itupert for a llcenae to lake and uae Iwo cubic
feet of water tier aecon.1 frum an unnamed atream
in the Diatrict of Coaal Ranitc s. Skeena Divlalon.
I-4 mile eaat of the Tyee .Station. G.T.P. Rv.
The waler la to be Uk.-n from Ihe atream about
���me half mile above Ita outlet, and la to be u>..i
for developing power for a i| nary allualed at the
outlet of aald creek, alnna- tho Railway if radc.
���      , ���       ALKRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dateil Nov. 2sih. no I. d*
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by thc undersigned un to Dec. 15, 1911. for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
6 ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. K. GKN. Hospital Assoc.
.THIRD AVENUE JEWEI.E
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tenth'!* will be rSMlrsd by the untler*
slimeil up to r. p. in. Vlonday, mill Decern-
lut*. mil, ror th.' r.in.airuciion or a plank
roadway nu tin- n.irlli side or l*ir..| avenue
iiiuvifii Seventh ilrssl and tin- lunetloti
or First antl SsoODd avenues. Plans and
s|ii--'lili-ali<>ii.a may lie leeti and Tornia of
tender iiliitiitnii ,-u uie ofilco of the City
Botinssr.
UIWMI or any tender not DSOSSSsrib
.vreplt'tl. '
l:\ll.\EST  A.  WOODS.
City Clerk,
WJI.   MAHLON  DAVIS,
ir cny Engineer.
Shoe
MADK and
��##KE PAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SRCONO AVIM |
rsiNe.; in ri it i
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agent,
Oitlera promptly tilled.   Pricea reaaonablo.
Phone ea
OPFICE-II. B. Rocheater. Centre St.
Fine View Corner
1 SECTION   TW
$2,250
-IN SECTION   TWO���
Skeena Land Diatrlet���Dlalrlct of Queen Charlotu
Taka notice lhat thirty dava (rum date, 1. C. K.
Ilainler ol Prineo Hupart, H. C, by occupation
t>ookkec|K*r, inlend to apply to tba Chief Commiaaioner ol Lantla lor a lioence to nroaepect for
coal and petruleum on and under '��� lit acraa ol
oland on Graham laland described aa follow,:
Commendnf at a poat planted two milea north
ol C. E. II. Coal Laaaa No. 16, markod N. E.
corner C. E. U. Coal Loaae No. 22, thence aouth
SO chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, thonce north SO
chaina, thence eaat SO chaina lo placo of commencement.
Daled Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. DAINTER. Locator
Skeeoa Land Dlalrlct���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotu
Tako notice lhal thirty dava Irom data, I, C. I.
Ilainler ol Prince Rupart, fl. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply lo lho Chiol Commlaaionar ol Landa lor a licence lo proepect for
coal and petrolt-um on and under 640 acrea ol land
on Graham laland deacribed aa follows:
Commendng al a poat plaoled two miloa north
of C. E. II. Coal Lean No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. E. H Coal Leaao No. 20, thence north
SO chaina, thence weal SO chaina. Ihenee aoulh SO
chaina, Ihence eaat SO ehalna to plaee ol corn-
men cemenL
Haled Sept. II, 1011.    C. E. BAINTER. LocaUr
Pub. Sept. tt.
Skeena Ui.,1 Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Coaat Ilanee i
Taka noUce that Frank S. Miller of London,
Eng.. occupaUon dvil engineer, Inlenda to apply
(or permiaalon to purchaao tbo lollowing deecribed
Commendng el e poat planled at the N. E.
Corner ol Lot 28, thenee norlh 20 chaint, Ihence
weal 20 chaina, theoce aouth 20 chaina, thance
eaal 20 chaina lo point ol commencement, containing 40 acraa more or leaa.
Hated Aogual 16, lull. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 2& p. M. MUler, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrlet���Diatrict ol Queen CharlolU
Taka notice that thirty dava Irom dale. 1. t*. K.
Rainier ol l'nnce llupert, II. C, by oceupailon
bookkeeper, inund io apply t.. the ChM Com-
miaeloner ol Landa tor a Lioence to proapeel lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea oi
land on Graham laland deacribed a. followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Lea** No. 12, markod N. W. j
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. IS, thenoe aouth
SO chaina, Ihence eeat SO chaina, Ihenc* north SO
ehalna, thenc* waat 80 chaina U plac* ol commencement.
Daled Sept. II. l��ll.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 28.
For I'liristiiia-i Gifts what is morc substantial and useful than a com-
fortable Chuir, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of good
Dining Room  Furniture,   Buffets,  China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs-leather seats
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or While,
Large range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Portiere, l'.i-.
ment Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
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Ebony Hand Mirrors
Manicure Sets
C. H. ORME
Military Brushes
I'erfumes
Travelling Cue*
Toilet Waters
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Corner Second Ave.    -    and
^l����ll*^lA|-e4l'fc.l>a
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McBride Street
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two coftnget corr.er Second Avenue nnd
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
l.'.is in all parts ol thc city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ot the largest Companies doing business in the City,
C. D. RAND
S-scond Ave. phone 112
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 18, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
CR. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave- Prince Rupert, B.C.
rHE ATHENS ~ New Barber Shop
Try  ua .mre antl you
will alwaya come back
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Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
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Leaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
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Prinoess Mary.Today, 8 p.m.
Camosun... .Sunday, 0 p.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
JOh. II, NO. 288
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, December 16. 1911.
Price Five Cents
^
TO FIGHT
ACT
PICTURE SHOW WAS WRECKED
BY THE MONTREAL ITALIANS
THEY WOULDN'T 8TAND FOR   SEEING   ATROOITY   PIOTURES
OR FOR THE ARABS GETTING THE BE8T OF IT���RU8HED
THE THEATRE AND STOPPED   THE  SHOW.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Montreal, Dec. 10���Because
llic moving pictures being shown
depicting the alleged barbarities
1 inllii'lt'd on the Turks and Arabs
| by Italian soldiers, and giving
llie Turks tlio best of the lighting
in the war in Tripoli, a large
body of Italians rushed the theatre where  they were being (lis-
MINES TO WORK
ALL WINTER
Mr. Edgar Harris, of Harris Bros.,
Gives Encouraging Aoeount of
Work on American Boy, Silver
Cup and Rocher de Boule.
Interviewed by n Daily News re-'
pprter while on their way south,
D, It. and Edgar Harris, of Han-is
Brothers, the well-known Haielton mining men, gives excellent
reports Of the outlook for the
properties In that country. The
brothers are just going home for
Chi-islinus and will bu buck by
January IBth, as (li.-y will keep
al work on Iheir Amerioan Hoy
group all winter, A crescent
tunnel lo their No. 2 vein is now
being driven, which will give
lli.'iii 13? feet depth on the vein.
Tlie or.' body is very rich, averaging over $100 a ton, one large
piece weighing 137 pounds giving
a nassay of ?H7 1 lo tlio ton. Work
is going on in uiglil and duy
shifts. Wink is also going uu
wiih promising results on the No.
3 vein, and a gang will sink a
shaft   on   .No.   I   ill   lho   spring,
where values of over 190 a ion
have already been obtain.'.I.
Mr.   Harris   reports   that   the
Hoclioi- de Boule property! whioh
was roc.-nlly bonded lo some Sail
Lake parlies at a big figure���
some   reports   said   1260,000���|i
havo already k..i twelve men al
work Installing machinery, wmoh It
includes an eight-drill Ingersoll. ���
Thoy will drive a crosscut tunnel
to tup lho lower vein at a depth
of 200 feet.
Silver Cup is also keeping llliee
men al work all winter lunnollng
on the Duke claim.
Call and see our select  stock li
of diamonds nml gem rings.  J. s
(il'liy & Sons' Jewelry Slore.   If
played last nighl. The angry
men tore down lhe signs, routed
llic ushers, and compelled tho
proprietor to slop tho show.
They threatened if it. is ropeoled
tomorrow to return and wreck
llio place.
Wurks arc showing a largo assortment of Howard railroad
vvuli-lies. tf
WILL TEST THE
COMPANY LAW
Canadian Manufacturers' Association WIII Fight the Licensing ol Extra-Provincial Companies at First Opportunity.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Doc. 10.���Tlio Canadian Manufacturers' Association
has decided when the tirst opportunity is presented to bring a tost
case against tlio licensing of extra Provincial corporations under tlie Companies Act of British
Columbia. The oase will be taken
necessary to tlio Privy Council
to   llio   Supreme   Court   and   if
to lost its constitutionality.
ARRANGED FOR
THREE DEBATES
Prince Rupert Young Men WIII
Furnish Eduoatlon and Entertainment This Winter by Public Debates.
Representatives from ihe Presbyterian, Anglican and Baptist
'.liiiri-li clubs mot last night
nn.I decided to arrungc a scries
ol lliree public debates, to take
.la luring llie winter, season.
lne. will bo hold at Hie Prcsby-
t'l'ian Hull, one in Mclntyre Hall
nd one al SI. Andrew's Hall. A
ovelty in Hio debate will be ihat
each debate there will be on
each side ii representative from
Hie Anglican, Haplist und Presby-
SOON OPEN NEW WHARF
O. T. P. Line to Provincial Wharf
Being Hurried to Completion.
Two lung ballast trains dumped
Iheir  loads  nl   high  sp I with
tho special clearing oar apparatus
along Hie grade between Hie
<lep..i innl Hie Qovernmeni wharf
yesterday.   Rapid work hus been
done to spike lhe rails and complete tho skeleton Iraok so far,
and ilu- ballasting will make Hie
line in shape for heavy trafilo
very soon. Wllh lhe oomplellon
of the SOOOBS to the whurf and lhe
railway and lhe appointment ..f
the wharfmasler, Mr. J. Beatlle,
ii would appear iluii before long
ihe wharf will l pened for boat
IrafllO. The false work used in
tho soiling ..f 'ihe concrete piles
hns been adapted for protective
buffer staging lo the wharf lo
prevent damage i" lhe structure
by heavy steamship Iralllc.
piper'd -lions, linspi.*.. ��������-;���.
1 ,' .,  olO. Walla.-.-1
for houses, stori s.
Notice
nt nn' residents oi
A meeting of ���"   ' vill *,���h,,|(|
Sections 5, 6, I nnd 8 Will D
���i, Tuesday next, *'<>*">,
denand0iP The objects *tU��
���nun  Young  Men's   clubs,  ond
noli body will nominate a judge.
i Ihis way any possibility of de-
I'lniiiiiiiniiiii rivalry will be ruled
mil nn.l Justice will be done.
The dales and subjects aro as
follows;
Jan. 22���Baptist Brotherhood,
Mclnlyre Hall. "Resolved, Thai
early marriage injures a young
man's ohanoes of success."
I-Yb. ll���SI. Andrew's Hall.
"Resolved) Thai all races should
he eligible foi' oltlienshlp in Canada."
Fob.   21 ���Presbyterian   Hull.
"Rosolvedi Thul   I hero should be
nu educational qualification."
The entertaining club will in
eaoh .-use supply Ilm lenders, and
each will bo supported by one
member from lhe olher two clubs.
Crowded for i m���must dis-
oonllnue our loy department;
everything In toys, dolls, games,
.���ic, at cosl.  Wallace's.       if
Hi ol
Association
issussa* '
ing.
Everyone
should
attend.���V*
2t
FOR JOE MERRYFIELD
New Wholesale Stores With Residential Rooms on 1st Ave.
Piledrlving operations cont-
monoed nthis morning on ihe silo
mi I'irsi. Ave, near MoBrlde si.,
for new wholesale grocery warehouse promises i" be erected for
J. I*.. Merryflold by J. H. Hlldltoh.
Tho promises will include u sol
nf handsome modern residential
iipni'liin'iils mi lhe upper floors
Iii he rented.   The plans and spe-
fificiiiiiins have been prepared by
Messrs. Munro ami Lailey, urchi-
li't'K iitul lhe pile
ing done   by Wm
One
In    he
Works
lli'iiilzuinn
iaorl-loed
driving is lie-
Angle
Player Piano
for   cash   nl
If
FLOUR MILL DESTROYED
Robin Hood Mills at Moose Jaw
Goes up in Flames���Loss
$200,000
li'.iiiailian   I'r..:   Despatch.)
Moosejaw, Doc. to.���The Rob-
in Hood Flour Mills wore destroyed by Ur.' lasi night, entailing a
loss of 1200,000. The capacity
of Hie mill was 1500 barrels.
HAVE USE OF VAULT
Registrar and    Staff    Oooupylng
New Temporary Quarters.
Members of the registry offlffloe
staff. Including Mr. Burrlll, the
registrar, are occupying lhe c.u-
lini'iilnl Trust building temporarily. Mr. Burrlll removed his
bonks, elc, from lho police slu-
lion at lho llrsl oppiiriiinily after the Buprome Courl dosed.   .
Free   doll   at   Ward's   Candy
Shop.   Watch llie window,   tf
INSURANCE BILL
PASSES LORDS
Lloyd George's Great Measure for
National Insurance Only Awaits
King's Signature to Become
Part of English Law.
(Special to Dully News.)
i.iui.inii, Do.-, io.--The National
Insurance Hill bus passed lhe
House of Lords uml only awaits
the formality of lhe King's signature to become operative. Twelve
million men uml women in Qreal
Britain will l.e affected by lhe
iinv isiniis nf the bill, which compels insurance againsl sickness
ami unemployment.
MEET  IN  VANCOUVER
Western Canada Baptists to Hold
Convention in Coast City
11-iiniiiliiiii Press Despatch.)
Winnipeg, Deo. 10���It was decided last nighl by lhe committee in charge lhal lho oonven-
I ii iu of Western Canada Baptists
will bo hold in Vanoouvor in tlio
nenr ful ure.
Camosun Xmas Trip.
Nexi Friday, 22nd Inst., tho
Camosun will arrive about 7 p. in.
rrom llu- sniiili with Xmas mail
uml will pull i.ut the same evening ou a ilii-ecl run south again
in luml passengers for Xmas day
in Vm liver.    The Cnim.siin will
in.I iiiuke Stewart next week-end.
PELAGIC SEALING ENDS FOR
A PERIOD OF FIFTEEN YEARS
TODAY   THE   TREATY   BETWEEN   RU8SIA,   CANADA,   UNITED
STATES AND JAPAN CAME   INTO   EFFECT���ROOKERIES  HAVE  BEEN ALMOST DEPLETED.
Before selecting a piano sec the
Stanley al Cray's Jewelry Store.
Cannot be heal for lone, quality
ami price I'ium.s luned nml repaired, tf
Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous oandiea in a
largo uml varied assortment and
Christmas gift boxes al Keeley's,
Srd ami t'.ih. if
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
Viotorla,  Dec  io.���Under lhe
terms of Irealy hi 'tween Russia,
Camilla, tlio United Stales and
Japan lo terminal.' pelagic scaling, which came Into effect today, a onoo great Industry ceases
In exist. The Canadian sealers
are in bo .compensated by lho
Government.
Only 25,000 skins wero disposed of in llio London iitiirki*l
today, Thoy brought $-.'7 u skin,
*l more lhan usual. The Japanese raids on lllo soul rookeries of
Behring Sea havo almost depleted
ihe herds.
Many of the American sealers
are lo be refilled to enter lhe
halibut trade.
ANOTHER FALL ATDANGER 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 aim.isl the snmc spot behind Ibe Dominion Hold when
i mini was killed by a fall lasi
year, Tom Willis, a longshoreman, slipped on the ice last nighl
and crashed down a distance of
Ivveiily-livo fool In lhc rocks below. IU* is alive, but his forehead
was smashed, lhe skull is fractured and he has concussion of
the brain. Ho Ilea ul lhe ticnernl
Hospital in a critical condition,
bui Ihis morning was reported lo
be lining as well as mi|ihl ho expected.
Had a Close Call.
Dr. Tremayne, who was called
Immediately after the acridenl,
says Willis has had about the
closest call he might live through.
The distance he fell wns a clear
Iweilly-llve feel, lifleell feel further   Hum   lhe   fall   which   killed
John Crawford aboul a fortnight
ago in lhe same neighborhood,
nn.l leu fe.-l further than thul
which killed am.ther victim Inst
year close to (he same plaee.
Slipped on Plankway.
How Willis came to u I with
ih.- aooldenl is difficult to account
for, say lho doolor and some of
lhe helpers, lie slipped on lhe
plankway leading to the row of
cabins jusi below the Dominion
ll.ilcl ill the deep gully between
Ihnl building and Ihe liruml
Hotel.
Slipped Under Rail.
There is a railing on the plank
way, but Willis managed to slip
under the guard rail between the
rail and lhe plank footway. Ice
caused bis fall, lie wos perfectly sober and a strong, well set up
man or h uld not have survived lhe blow mi Ilis head.
Picked Up for Dead.
Helpers Immediately nflcr lhe
acoldenl look him up for dead.
Iml Willis was able In speak nml
complained of injuries lo his
hack though in it .-"'.li-euliscious
condition and suffering from
concussion nf the brain. The
forehead was dark bruised and
lhe eyes seemed hurl by lhe
meks. Hy a sheer niirtirlc no
bones oxoepl those of the fore-
hen.I were fractured,
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 Id.���The llrsl IV-
pnrl of llie Nnvul Service has just
boon issued and deals Willi lhe
carrying nui nf the naval polioy
if Hie late Qovernmeni, the work
of the Fisheries Protective Service, Hydrographio Survey, Wireless and Radio-Telegraphic Service. II stules Hint :i8 reeruils
were secured for the cruiser
Rainbow, all hul three being secured in British Columbia.
FIRST AVENUE
FORGES AHEAD
Fine New Business and Residential Block to Be Erected by J. H.
Hilditch for Allan Campbell
Near McBride Street.
LAUGHING, THEY WENT TO THEIR DOOM
Another fine buslnoss and resilient mi block is planned for Firsl
avenue, near Mcllride street,
verlooklng Ibo new Provincial
Governmeni wharf, The building
is tn be erected by J. II. Hilditch
fm- Allan Campbell. II will be
in by inu feel with two storeys
ami basement. Tin- grnuiid 11....i-
will be occupied by handsome
stores, lhe upper floors by com-
i Ilous residential rooms.   Tho
basemen! will be adapted for
store purposes and will accommodate ihe steam beating plant.
Plumbing, olealrlc lighi uml bell
equipment will nil he of Hie most
modern, uml everything will be
arranged In substantial style in
sun lho slruolure lo the excellent
site. Messrs. Munroe .v Lailey are
ih.. architects in oharge nf tin*
work.
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prince Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
Ladies' watches from now until   Xinus   ul   special   prices   at
tf
VVark'i
Christmas Social.
Tin- Scandinavian Society Vui-
huiiii nt s. ii. ,v B. !���'. is making
preparations for uu enjoyable
social wiili dance m K. uf P. Hull
Saturday, Doc 30th, ut 8 p. m,
Music by Qray's orobeslra.
Qenllemen 11.60; Indies free.
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Christmas Rush.
Big rush to Keeley's tor Perfumes in fancy gift packages,   if
All kinds uf musical Instruments ut J. S. Gray & Sons', 0th
street. tf
Tobogganed It
One of the features of the rc-
eeiii Provinolal police excursion
ml., lhe Naaa district was the
method a.I..pled by ludiuu Agent
C. c. p.-ri-y for descending a Imig
lido, lie simply sal astride of
his kil bug and tobogganed il, to
the huge delight  of the  rest uf
.��� party.
For Men.
Shaving Soln, Safely Itu/.nrs,
Shaving Mirrors, B li u v 1 n g
Brushes, strops���..n appropriate
Christmas   gifts   for   men ��� at
Keeley's ]��� h ll I'll mc y. If
NEXT OOUNTY 0OURT
See   Sweder
tailoring,
Bros,  for
holiday
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aii members of tbe Ratepayers'
Assooiatloq ur.- Invited t>�� attend
a meeting for members only in
tlie  Mclnlyre  Hall  this evening,
D. mber 16th,   Those who have
Joined but have not yet received
membership cards, can obtum
ilieir cards al the door. n
iii'ituiiiui "open stuck" dinner
and tea  sels���..ver a  Inn  weight
of Ihem Jusi roceived dlreol from
England,   Tasteful patterns, open slock,   medium- prices. Wai
lace's. if
Old Reliable
Tbo ss. Camosun arrived al 7
ii.m. loday wiih passengers and
mini from lhe snulh.    She pulled
..ni ugiiin for Stewart ul ll a.m.
Judge Young WIII Sit on January
Sth,  1912
A snapshot Of lhe virions of Ihe reeciil lili.l.leii Tmir disusl.
their tragic holiday I rip.
Iiik.-n ju��l   before  lhe  slorl  "ll
The Bible and Progress.
"The Place Of the Bible in
Human Progress'' is lhe Interest*
iiiK SUbJOOl Ihnl ROV. W. II. McLeod, B. D., bus taken for his sermon It.morrow nighl in lhe Mclnlyre Hull al 7:."lii. The regular
Baptist   Church   SSrvlOSS  will   be
held there al 11 a. m., 1:80 p. m,
ami 7: .'10 p. in.    Special music
will bu rendered by the choir.
Princess May Today.
The C.  Pi Ri steamer Princess
May arrived today witli  palSSn*.
gers and  nun
with
from  Vancouver.
FOR QUADRA
Osptaln John D. MoPherson of the
O. P. R. Steamer Otter Is the
Lucky Man���WIII Take Command Very Shortly.
Victoria.     Dee.     1 (i. ��� Cnplnili
John D. MoPherson of lha c. \*.
it. steamer Oiler tins been ap-
poinled lo command tho Domin-
mii Qovernmeni steamer Quadra
in pluce nf Captain  llaeketl, who
recently resigned. Captain Mcpherson will lake nnum.uni as
suoil   lis   Hie  vessel   returns   from
ini present trip in ihe norlh.
Gerhard Helntiman.
l''..i-   thirty   days   Prank   D.
Keelfv.   lhe   exclusive   agent   for
ihis famous planoi will oiTcr iu
per I.    discount    on    every
piano. tf
Pantorium
Phono ..
Pioneer   Cleaners
Next sittings of lhe County
Courl will he opened hy Judge
Young mi January Blh, ihil*. The
curl inny be held in the Mac inly re hull, unless meantime, lhe
temporary offlocs for the luml
registry stnir ure completed! enabling Hu- ciiui-i. bouso in be
used, chambers bearings In
connection wllh the oounly court
.-uses will be held next week by
.Indue Young.
There arrived yesterday a large
shipment of Cut mass, Royal
Crown Derby China, hund painted
Chins uml many olher i.euuiifui
lines especially attractive ond
appropriate fur Xmus gifts. Cull
al Wink's before you buy      if
Choloesl   li.piors ami cigars
Savoy.
Di.n'l fi.rgel Iluii you enn find
u complete line of Hum! lings.
Suit   Cuse    I'mhl'elllls    Willi    gold
tilled nml sterling silver handles.
Qray's Jewelry sinn-. prices
right. tf
Christmas Qlfts In China.
Keeley's     eloROtll      display     of
hand   painted   china   In   wide
range "f variety and price is ut-
li'iiclitig llio Christinas slmpp
If
Miss Lester left by the Prince
ftuporl yesterday morning for a
holiday trip lo tbo easl. she will
return lo Hie city about tho
middle of March.
Christmas Cards.
Extraordinary   assortment   at
Keeley's. tf
Christmas dinner���friends invited, exlru dishes, glasses, linen
i 'leii.     Everything   In   these
linos.   Wallace's. If
THE WEATHER.
Twenly-four  hours  ending 5
a. iu., Dec. 16:   Bar., 20.07; max.
CIS. I letup.,    iltl.ll;    i���j���,    i,.,npM    300;
I rain, .20. THE DAILY NEWS
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The Daily News
The Leading \ettipaper and lhe Largest Circulation in Sorihern B. C.
Published by the Prince Ruperl Publiahing Company, I ������ilrj
DAILY A.VD WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERriSIN"-5) cents per inch.    Contract rates
on *-.;���..?&l:or..
SL'BiCP.IPTION RATES-To Canada. United States a.id Mexico-DalLr, 50e
per mor.th. or *5.*i per year, in advance. Weekly, 12.00 per year. AU
Other Coantnej-Daily, fHOC per yea.-; Weekly, 12.50 per year, strictly
in advance.
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SI-3-cribers wiii greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or i.ia'.te-ition on the part of the news carriers.
SHI FOR CITY
WEIGH SCALES
Scales Are on Hand, but Council
Cannot Agree on Site���City Engineer Called on to Reconsider
Whole Waiter.
Daily Edition.
Saturday. Dec. 16
THAT  THIRD  AVENUE SIDEWALK.
Th- city weigh scale? are now
on hand, and Alderman Hilditch
at la��t night's Council meeting
expressed the :-i.-a of having ihem
placed at the light plant. He
pointed "Ut that it would be very
���nient for th** Westholme
Lumb-t <.'��� mpany io th>- i-elling
,,( th.- ��� ri-ifr eoal Ihey adv.." -������
while ll n I alao be handy for
Ihe i.*:���>'. Aldermao ����-*'_i.-la�� sue-
tested a iMe near Ihe BL John
Holel to serve b*-*
lhe railway depot,
approved by th.- N
some discussion it
thai the mailer b-
tn the <:11>- Engm
This   looked   |i
[i.-i'uliar i'-"i   -
hat he has already
r referred to hi
lected a -it.- on <
Further   discu-*
resulted in the ca:
lion  that  the Cit
consider the ma:
wharves and
: h s idea was
��� after
- - iggested
��� : again
Pavis  a
-..lering
!.ad the mat-
���*.���; has s.-
���   -treet.
li.. we ver.
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reporL
Henriette Leads Up.
The li. T. P. ill       r Henriette
t' * k "n a rarg'> ��� ���?     ; lies, chiefly
barrel.* and ga- *:uns, for
transportation south, she left in
ihe small hour- : Vancouver
and way p..rt-..
Favorite of the West.
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
.imply marvelous the amount of
good instructive matter that
paper contains each week. It
���rail d.-serves it success. One
dollar cannot be better invested
in western homes than by ordering that great paper. A beauti-
premlan picture entitled 'Home
Again" is also included, and il is
well w.-rth the dollar al-.-n..'.
Christmas vexatious  problems easi *.*   .
Sold for any amount   ���
Prixce Btrrtar, a <
Sloan & Company, L
MERCHANDISE
united
Deliver to.
of.
SLOAN I  .  :���'* t ���
SLOAN a COMPANY
Sixth Street
Prince Rupert's leading hotel-
Sav...y.
Read The Daily News
T -. .- .jewalk on Thi.r*l avenue east of Fourth --treet
��� meal to be --iire. bui quite a number of citizen?
-king why it wasn't built on the other .-ide of the
-���������-' al thi> point,    lt -tart-* off at the Police Oflice. -which is.
only a temporary police ofllce after all. lo be abandoned when
the .-.* - >    | Hall i- re.'Jy.   Th*.ri it pa.--.e-- along a group of I
barren Government lot* ipied except by one small shack
e did duty a*- the police ol!ie-e.    Across Third street!
the new .idew   .-. :   Mr. Barrow's hou-e.  Mr. Barrow was'
im.erman. but it can't b*- for his convenience that the i
sidewalk takes bis sidi tot he doei-n't Jive in his house now.;
1 "��� e nexi nd lasi building passed by the sidewalk is the Mu-
������!". B .-���-." whi'h. though a bu^y centre, costs no
��� leather to reach, and has no special need of a sidewalk.
7 -.* - lew ilk end-- at Second street ju.t opposite The News'
ofllce.
���- on the other side of the -treet. where there is no sidewalk, there are a great many bu-*ine--* premises.    First, there
is **\        ��� -  department store, -till isolated by morasses and
-.    Then there i- Mr. K.iilrnan'a music store, also iso-
r��' leavings.   There is the Empire newspaper
���   McCaffery a Gibbon? residential and business block
with William Grant's plumbing offlce and -how rooms and E. L.
- :'uneral chapel.    Bea     - Ihis there are several occu-
-. where women and children live, all of   which   are
-hift side planks.   Last, but not least, there
- The News   :'. ���        ess to which is over a   wilderness   of
.  .*.*
By every rule of obvious public need the -idewalk should
have been run down the opposite -id*-*- **f the street to that which
it now -     Why wa*- it n*.*t  so built?    1- it because the
��� \t to the Teleph>*u.- Central is owned by Alderman
If..   ��� b, and the eorner next t.^ Mr. Barrows house is leased
by him. or i- il | .-��� .'������   ..-..- he doesn't want Alderman New-
- The Daily New. to have a sidewalk?
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Christmas Dainties
FRESH    AND    SWEET
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New Mincemeat, juat like mother used to
make; it a   only 65c per quart.
We have just received a large shipment of
New Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts,
Table Raisins, Dates, Oranges, and
Chocolates.
Shop early and avoid disappointment.
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F'.-r twelve consecutive m.-nths Ibe 1-2-3 Liijuor Store, a-
Fult-.n street, has carried an aaaortment of Wines and Liqu-r-
in British Columbia.   And why should this not be Ml   We sel    '.
prices, and E. J. Maynard is always on deck with the glad hand   .
others may follow, but we ha-.������ always presented a list that f i  .
goods has always earned the earnest appreciation of our numer   .-
wharfage and carriage on ham,">-r baskets which already cos' a   I -   ��� ���
Ihe 1-2-3 Liquor Store offers a special discount of 1" per cent on all Liquor? .    .
Win**--., commencing the 18th day  of December and continuing I
Lager Beer, from $1 to $3 per dozen. Scotch Whisky from 40c to S1 SO ;.- bottle
Rye Whisky from 40c to $1.36 per bottle. Brandies from 40c to  S3 75 -.*������ ::*..
Bourbons from $1.35 to $1.80 per bottle. GO years old.
and everything else in proportion.
Send in your orders now for the holidays and avoid the rash.   A ���.*-
-tep by the "Barefoot Boy."
Please do not hang him on the wall. CALL UP PHONE 1-2-3
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MEMORANDUM
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WANTED���SOME LABRADOR   FISHERMEN.
Full credit to Herbert H. Stevens, Con-ervative member of
ment for Vancouver, for advocating in lhe House of Gammon- the settlement of a tho.i--.iiid Labrador fishermen and
their families upon the coast of Northern British Columbia.
It i- Ibe mi -��� -��� i* -- i.-ilike contribution lh - yet been made,
f"r the upbuilding of a white m.v,'-- li-hery on our eo istl
[I .- idle to ; .-. ifl  the fisheries
whe: '���  -      .: laws pay no heed to
; ������- - .nd prejui. ���*-. Th- yellow man is not to be driven
out���he must be .. -;     ���
r     -mg a thousand Labrador ti-hermen to the North Pa-
t. i tl   - ! "f mercy, of which a modern Portia might
iay:
"It i- twi.-e bles-ed.    It ble-��eth him that gives
And him that doth receiv-.'
A thousand fi-hermen and their familie- transplanted from
the r.gor- of Labrador lo the genial coasl- and well stocked
ite Strait* would be tran.-planted from poverty to
fort them-eh--. arid would do a great deal to enrich the
district !h<-> would -ettle in and the government that would aid
them hither.
The fi*hermen of Labrador are*] r.   "desperately poor.
but th<�� ktnde-t and bravest pet.pj.- I have ever come across."
* ��� pitta Robm-on in hi- latest book on Labrador. They
would have ���'��� be -i���.-1*-.J here. But the money so spent
ip ri-h dividends, and do more than any amount of
bloodshed and treasure to -olw the problem of the Oriental on
..ur coasts.
The Labrador fisherman who bring- bis family and his
Lab*- stoats with him will be in asset to settlement, too.
Ea< b family tills the little homestead while the man i- out at
"Simple in faith, honest in purpose, their hospitality
limited j.-. . Lrcumsteaces, courageous' In adversity, re-ourceful
in danger," tbe Labrador fisherman .1- depicted by Dr. Wilfrid
��� ir-.-nf-:: would prove a valuable assel to thi- young and rich
country.
It 1- no secret that the local Liberal Executive of last year
W - urging that steps be taken to import white fl-hermen for
our fisheries. Their plan- wer-- eul off shortly by the unex-
pected fatality on September 2l-t l...t. The knowledge that
one oi Ibe Brili-h Columbia members at least is striving to
secure the importation of whit- ii-li<-rmen to our coasts should
and will meet with warm enco iragemeol from all sides. The
News suggests that resolutions in support of this policy be
; i  by lhe various political, trade and patriotic societies
throughout the district and forwarded before the House reassemble, to all the members of Part lament who represent
Hnti-li  Columbia con-tituencje��.
Empress Theatre
PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
-PRESENTS-
"OUR REGIMENT"
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20,1911
AT 8.15 P. M.
In Aid of Public School Library Food
Seat Sale opens at Keeley's Monday December
18th at 10 a. m.    Play produced by
Mr. L. Bullock-Webster
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Per Cent, to
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L;t us bai yoj th; mj.iiy to bj/ 0: bjt'li a .hous; or pay o.Ta mr.;
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block. Third Avenue. Prince Rupen.
Head Office. Pacific Building. Vancouver. B. C.
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Tickets $1.00
Children 50c
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Christmas and New Year Hampers
For twelve contecutive ye��r�� the GvW Se��l Liquor Company have had an assortment of Holitia;.
unequalled by any other wir.e or liquor house ii. British Columbia.   And why should thit not U I
It was this company tbat introduced Christmas hampers on the Paciric Cout. and although otr. r-
copied the idea, we have regularly presvnted a list that for genuine value and popular variety *.:' .
always earned the expressed appreciation of customers.
��g^ ^mSi^s^m^sr^^\g-^gg^&^W%?&g�� Hamper A
Hamper C
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
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Harry Smith
Corli s Coon Collars
Find It Through a News Want Ad.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
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 tune is worth
a great deal more to him than
the co.��t of a drink hal.it ears
he Is nut going to drag along
for twenty-eight to forty-two
days taking a treatment wh>-n
he can g.*t a cure in three day*.,
without hypodermic injections,
and be surrounded with every
comfort of home.
A PERFECT CURE.
The .Veal internal IreaUneoi
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, hy neutralizing the poison of alcohol in Hi-
system and ridding the blond
Of the poison i.y a rapid sy.-.-
I-in '.f -lunination, leaving the
i drinker in  the condition  that
j he wa-  t-.-for--  ta��ting liquor.
- ��� far as the efTect of alcohol
j may be concerned���all  appetite for drink g..ne���and he a
ii-w man.
The treatment conadsts of
the internal administration of
a harmless remedy, u.nic ifl
it- action, that refnov-*- ih*
craving for liquor in a v-ry
few hf-ur*.
ORUO  HABIT CURED.
.\i ihe Vancouver institute
we ai��n treat drug addiction*
with uniform success. Call.
write ..r phone f..r booklet, giving full information.
THE NEAl INSTITUTE
1260 Broadway W., Vancouver, B. O.        Phone Bay view 8M
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taat-ott
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9 p ���*-.��� <SoM *a*l Or, atngar *la
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I -'i.titi   iClsrtnl
I  b��ttl<    Hap*    a    aonsma
Ijji#"  Anftlica  Wins
1 bottle Cii-i,-- ��� (lira Flnt 014 Eflf
hah o -*9*r nn-tna
I fcct-.it tantfareon's "Satinuii. Dew"
a-.e-.cn Whlalar
1  bottla   Ooia   Saal   "XXX"  Fine   014
Cognac   Brand,
1  bottla   Ooid   Iwi   tpacal   B.a���a-
NMH
��� p -:. Oold  Saal  Dc, aingar Ale
12 p r.t, "Jack o* Maarta" Iiport B**r
���Chrialmaa Aram
2* bottles
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I  beltla Cafnot Ffa'aa' "XXX ' Cnam-
paana  Oofnac  Brandi
1  bottla  s\ardai*��OH*i "ara*-<l Specs'
acotcit WMSkSf
1 bottla -THraa aaal" ��->.ar--!- �����
1 bcitl* toi-naon'i Wartni er Minim-
van   c-.-i-.a >a .
1 bottl*    10-iaarH>ld    rrarc--    Bit"
C-a--i  Wins . ,���,_,
2 bct-.it*    isapa    *    Sonoma     Tnrai
Caeia"  Imfandtl  (Clartt)
1 bottla   Hapa    *    Sonoma    i-TWSS
Casla' Ton Wint
1 bottla   (pmi)   Bardmal'i Crtrc d��
Nf"'. **# tmamamm        a-    .HA
* plnta    Oold    Saal    -XXX'     In.iUS
atout���Xmaa I'.n - ���_,.
12 pinu "Jac. 0- Mtarta" Pals Iirofl
Bet--���Xmaa B-t*
Hamper B
1  bottle "Doctor-a Special" 014 Scotch
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"XX"   Pina   Old
1 bcKtit   tsait   taal
Oo/e-nat, ***m,
1  b-*.-.-.ia atttxtaeaan'a "ItovnUIn Oew"
S��-.'.h    ****���,..,
1 bottla  tv, .   ami  atmciai  at*���S-
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COAL NOTICE
l Lund DIatrlot��� Diatrict ol CJuirfn Charlotto
> notico thut thirty dava from date, 1, (J. !_..
; of 1'rincu Huport, JJ. C, by occuputiun
jepor, intnd to apply to tho Chiuf Com-
mur of Landa for 8 liconco to proapoct for
,ml putroloum on and undor u-Iu ucroa of
ji Craham laland doacribod us followa:
Cmunciug ut a poat pluntod ono milo north
f JK. 11. Coal Loaao No. U, marked N. W.
1 C. K. H. No. IU, thonco aouth 80 chaini.,
j woat 80 chuina, thunco north HO chaina,
leuat 80 chains to pluco of commi>ncem.*nt.
��� Sept. 11,11*11. C. E. BAlN'mi, Locator
>pt - 88.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skuona Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coakt Ranse 6
Tnko notice that LcHoy F. Grant of Princo
Kupt'rt, 11. C , occupation civil onglneot, Inunda
to upply for permiaaloD to purchaao the following
duacribod landa:
Commenc ng at a poat planted about 3 1-2 mllw
SLS BrofeSHV08 Irom the northeaat corner
aSS Bi^fiS F880' LKan*c 5�� CoMt BKwoL thoncu
Mttt M chaini, thence north 60 chains,  thenco
K-M.t    i   tmk  ot  rWer-  thenco  ����"th  followlnif
ii Ll iff5 l0 ,,oint 0| oommtnoMwati  con-
tutnliiB lfio ucrea, mure or lesa.
Dated Sept. ��. mi. lrkoy F. grant
____ l ib. Oct. lo. Gordon C. Emnwson, Agent
Land District���District of Quoon Charlotte
notice that thirtxdaya fronm dulu, 1, C. K.
of I'rinco Ruuort, H. C, occupation book.
Intond to apply to the Chiof Commisaiunor
[or a llconce to proapoct for coal and
,. on and  under  t.-io  acroa of lund on
lalund described as follows: .	
-inoit-g ut a post planted two miles north ! Commonclng at a post planted at the north-
!. JJ. Coul Leasa No 8, markod N. *.. cornor i rwost ����rnor 100 chuins uusi und 20 cbains north
tt. Coul Loaae Iso. 11, thonco south 80.  ���m ty* E. corner of Lot lllti, Harvey's Survey
SSIKE ,intri?tiIUnBe 5-lhonct 20 ch,ii"�� iotttK
SS2! J8 cl*l*im uut�� thoncu w ohetaa north,
t����S H SW01 WH"'' thwnco uu bi��35 south,
iun uinint. J?ft! Ww,t t0 "OBt ol commencemenl
(luniaining -tut) acres more or less.
DatodSept  18. 19U. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
1 ub. bept. mM t-rod W. llohler. Agenl
Skwna Lund District-DUtriet or Coast IUnge u
lake notice lhat Lottie Mclavlsh of Vuncouvur,
ocLupauon married woman, inlunda to upply
lumlr t0 purchlwe the ^'lowing described
thence west BO chaina,  thenco north  80
thunce oust 80 chains to place of corn-
bent.
Jept. 11,1011.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Ot. '*.*.
I Land District���Diatrict of Queen Charlottu
\ notice that thirty days from duto, I, C. E.
. of I'rince Rupert, ii. C, by occupation
��per, intond to apply to the Chief (mu-
��� of Land for a licence to prospect for
petroloum on and under ii in acreu of
f Gruham Island duicribed aa followa:
menclng at a post planted two milea north
, Ii. Coal Leaae No. 7, marked C. E. It.
ise No. I'i, thence aouth 80 chains, llience
chaina, thenoe north 80 cbaina, thonce
\ cbains to place of commencement.
Jept- U, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locutor
pt. M.
(Land District -Dislrict of Quoen Chnrlotlc
I notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
> of I'rinet* Hupert, II. C, by occupation
jlper, Intend to apply to tho Chief Cornier of Lands for a licenco lo prospoct for
pd petroleum on and under tilt) acros of
I Graham Island described as follows:
noticing at a poat planted two milos north
_, B. Coal Leaae No. 7, marked S. VV, eorner
ll. Coal Leasa  No,   13,  thence north  80
thence east 80 chains,  thonco south 80
, thencu wost 80 chains to place of eminent.
Ificpt. II, 1911.    C. E. HAINTER, Locator
���^.t. 23.
| Land District���District of Quoen Charlotu
Islanda
i notico tbat Austin  M.  Brown of I'rince
m*   ll.   C,   occupaUon   saddler,   InUnds   U   Skoena Land District���Dislrict of Coaat Range &
. U tho Chief Commiasioner of Lands and       Tako   uotlce   tbat   Bonjamin   Rusael    Rice    of
1 for a llconce U prospect for coal, oil and | 1'rinoo Rupert, B. C, occupation wailwr,  InUnds
im on and under the foUowing doscribed i lo apply for permission u purchase tbe following
j tbe Wost Cout of Graham laland: described lands:
_jnenci:ig at a post plantod thruo milos easl      Commoncing at a post_planUd 63 chains oouth
^northeast corner of C L. No. 4478 thenco   from   tho  southoaat  cornvr  of   Lot  3060.     I'oat
i eouth, thenco 80 chains eust, ihenoe 80   marked B. R. K S. fc.. Curner,  tbence 70 chains
[north, thenoe 80 chains wost u point of   west, ihence 65 chains north, thonce 70 ehaiaa
uaal, thencu 05 cbains euulh U point of   cum*
inuiicument, containing il>.> act** more or leaa.
BENJAMIN   Ki SM.l.  KICK
Dated October 21, 1011.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skeonu Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range 5
'luku nuiice thut MUs Mary Mulvillo of Clare,
Ireland, occupution spinster, intends to apply
fur permiHsion to purchase lho following desribed
lands:
Commencing ut u puat planUd onu chains north
of tlio auutiieuftt* curner uf Lot ���< >2, thence north
40 chuina, tbence oust 20 chuins, thonce south 40
chains, tbence weal 20 chuina to point uf commencement; containing eigtity acrus, more or less
DuiudOct. U, 1011. MISS MARY MULV1LLE
Tub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agenl
Uella Cuola Land District-District uf Coast Rang
3
Tuke notice thut 11. M. CUfl uf Dundalk, Ireland, occupution gentlomun, intends U apply
ter {Hirmissiun to luasu the folluwing doacribod
hinds:
Commencing al a post piunted on the shoro
of Neclectsconnay River ubout 10 chnins wosl
of Indiun Reserve Liue ,thunce west 60 chains
(ollowing tliu channel ol Neclvclacoimuy River,
tlience south 80 chains mure or lusa to channel
ul Bulla Coola Rivur, thence following channel
of Bolla Coula River easturly 60 chains, nurth
80 chaina more or leas U point of commencement;
containing 480 acraa, moro or loaa.
"      ' * 28, 1911.      ___        II.
Daled August 2
Tub. Sept. 80.
IL CLIFF
William McNair, Agont
BComent, ._._._._._._._._._._____._._._._._._.___.__
AUSTIN If. BROWN, LocaUr
I Location 81at July. 1911.
iug- 17.
{Lend DUtrict���District or Queen Charlotte
Islands
i notice tbat Austin M. Brown of I'rinco
j occupation aaddlor, Intonds to apply to
fiW   Commissioner   of   Lands   and   Works
Skoena Land District���Dislrict of Caaaiar
Take notico lhat Angus James   McKoniio of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation bookkoepor, inlodnna
lo apply for permission lu purchaso tho following
described lands:
         Commencing  at a  post  planud   at   lho  con-
L. No. 4477 thence I llu��nco of BlackwaUr river wiih Naas rivor, about
chains north, thence 80 ' lwo "���������'���* ,lllitl- from tho aiath Dominion Telegraph
lenco to prospoct for coal and oil and pctro-
I end under the (ollowing duacribud lands
Vast Coast of Graham Island:
noticing at B poat planted three miles easl
Southwost cornor of C.
tins east, thonce 80 cha.... ���.��.. -.-..-. ���, _.,        _____        _____  A     #��*��_�����---
. wesl, Ihonco 80 chains oouth lo point of I "b,n-   J'ost  marked A.   J.   M.  S.  VV.  Corner,
ncunu-iii i thenco 80 chains south, thenco   80 chaini   east
AUSTIN M. BROWN, LocaUr   thenco mj chaina north,  tbenoe ho chains   weat
Ittf Location, 31st July 1911. '" 1"'"a "' communcoment, containing <540  acros
En.  17 more ur loss.
^*" ANGUS JAMES McKENZlE
Datod SepU 23. 1911.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
i Land District���District of Quoon CbarlotU
lalands
nollco that Auatin M. Brown of I'rinco
, occupation aaddlor, Intends to apply to
lief Commiasioner of Lands and Works fo
���^mm^^^tjF *- ���--   ���a        Skeena Land District���District of Caaalar
nt.HHCbiff t'uinmi-wimier nl l.iituU ami Wurha l..r a Tako notico mat Herbert McLennan ul Van
lo prospoct (or coal, oil and petroleum on and couver, B. C-, occupation real ostato agent, intonda
tho following doacribod lands on the Wosl \ iu apply (or permission to purchase lho following
of Graham laland: doacribod lands:
imoncing at a post planted throe milos east       Commencing at a post  plantod   at  tho  con-
southeaai corner o iC. I.   No. 4472 thoncu   Uuenco of Blackwaler river with  lhe Naaa  river
80 chains, thenco oast 80 chains, ihonco south   about  twu  nuloo suuth  uf  the auth   Dominion
ins, llionco wool 60 chains U poinl of com- j Telegraph  cabin.    I'oat marked   H.   M.   N.   IS.
icnu I Curnor, tbenoe 80 chains aoulb, thenco 80 chains
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator | ��e.,t. thonco SO chains north, ihence .-" chains
vast to point of commencement, containing 64u
acree mora or lesa.
I mi. i Sept. 23, R.U       HERUERT McLENNAN
I'ub. Nov. 2.
1 Auguat 1st, 1911.
_i Land District���District of Queen Charlotto
ko notice that thirty days from dale, 1, C. E
ter of I'rlnce Ruport, B. C, by occupation
keeper, intend to apply lo lho Chief Com-
loner of Lands fur a hevnee to prospect lor
ead petroleum oo and undor 040 acres of
___J on Graham Island dwenbod as foUows:
Commencing st a post planted (l.e milos eaet
el Coal  l,e.i <���  No.  410/,  marked  C.  E.  11.  Coal
I No. 1, N. E. corner, thoncu ������*.*���: 80 chains.
i aouth oO chaina,  ibence east  80 chain
tlMCO norih 80 chains to place ol commencement.
DMedSept. II. 1011 C. E. UAINTER, Ucator
TMb. Sopt 23.
tteeoa Land District -District of Queen Cbsrlotte
Take nolice lhal ihirty -i.*- ��� from dale, I, C. E
Mentor of Trince Rupert, II. C, by uccupatiun
bavkkoeper, intend to apply to the One! Com-
���Moner ol l..nic|. (ur a licence to pruspect for
���Mil and petroleum un snd under t.iu acres oi
laVal on Graliani Inland dcscriUil as lollows:
Commencing at a post planted livu milos east
el Coal Lease No. 4167, markid C. E. II. N. W.
eerejar No. 2. thencu south od chains, ilirncv cast
ta) ehains, thence north 80 chains, ihenco west
M ebains to placo of communccmeni.
Deled Sept. ll, i'.'ll. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
P��b. Sept. 23.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlstrict-Dlitrlct of Coait IUngo 6
Teke notice that we the undenigned. All m.i
Christian Garde and Wm. M. John stun of I'rinco
Rupert, B.C.. occupation mtntnit engineer and
prospector, inund to apply for permission u
fees* tho following described land:
Commencing at m pusl planted 1-4 mile eaal uf
the Tyee Sutinn.G.T.r.Ky.Station and iipproxlm-
eUly 27 miles east of I'rince Itupert, thunco norlh
40 chaina, thonce vast 2�� ehains, thence south 26
ehains more or le*��s to railway Kiade, thonce
westerlv i'i ehains more or less follow in* nald
Bide tu point of commencement nnd cuntaining
70 acres or tcsa.
AI I n.l' I'HKISTIAN tiAKDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. 2.1. 1911
Pub. I >rt   5. 1911
Bolla Coola Land District���Dislrict of Coast IUnge
I
Tako nuiice that II. M. (till of Dundalk, Ir-
land, occupallon gentleman. Intends to apply lor
permission to lease the lollowing .l<' rni-.-i land*:
Commencing at a post planted al the shore
near the N. I corner of Lot No 3, thonce north
40 chaina, thonco ��� esl 80 chains more or U**s U
oast boundsry of csnnury lease, thence folluwing
���" ������ L���******* -outh to chains more or
Skeena Land District���District of Coast IUnge I
Tako notice lhat 1, Christopher Jamos Grauam
ol l'nnce Hup n,  B. C, occupatioa loconottve
engineer. Intend lo appl> fur permission to purchase
the following doscribod lands.
Commencing at a post planted at the auuth-
, west  corner of  Lot  No.   I ..i_i  vtdniiy of  Lake
j 1 akelso   and   marked   Christopher   J.   Graham
N. J-  Corner, thenco weal 40 ciiaina, ihenoe south
8U chains, ihence east 40 chains, thence north HO
chains   to   posl   of   commencement;    contsining
iju actea, more or leas.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  LocaUr
Dated Sepu 22. ..Ml  1I.&6 A.M.���Witoossod T. D
UM.
pub Sept. sa
Skoena Land District���DMrict of Caeeiar
Take notice that U. H. Ma*an of Vanoouvor.
11.  C,  occupallon  truckman,  inUoda  eo apply
fur perroiaBlon lo purchaae the following describe*. :
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted 40 chaina aouth I
of Pre-omption No. 3V7 and ���>- chains cast Irom
ii..* Nau Kiver (S. W. CJ, ther.ce 40 chaina east, I
thenco 40 cbains north, theoce 40 chaina ����*t.
thence 40 chaina aoutb to the point ol commence-
:i.< i.i to contain 160 acres mure or leea.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Daled Aug, 1911. Jamos T. Fullcrtoo, Agent
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrict of Coaat Hang* &
Take nuiice lhal Harold E. Smith ot Morolv,
Alia., occupation elation agent, intenda u apply I
for porniaaion U purchase the lollowing described ���
lands:
Commanclng at a pott plantod al tbo aouth I
west corner 100 chains east and 20 chains north
from N. K. vomer of Lot 1116, Harvey's :*ur....
Cout District IUngo 6, thenoe 40 chalu eut,
ihence 80 chalu north, ihence 40 chains treat,
thor.c* 80 chalu aouth to post of commoncement
containing 320 acree, mora or leaa.
Daled Sopt. IS, 1911. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 24. Fred W. Bohler. Agon
Skeena Land District���District ol Coul Range 6
Take nollco thet 1, Gordon C. Emmeraon ol
Princo Rupert, B. C, occupaUon roal ostato
bruker, Inlend to apply for permission to purchase lho following described landa:
Commenring at a post planled aboul 8 .m
mtla in a northerly direction Irom tho northeast
corner poet of Lol 1319, IUngo a. Coast District,
thenee north 40 chains, thenco weat to rivor
bank, thence aoulh follosring riv.r bank U puint
ol commoncemoi.1;  containing 160 "���        ��� ������
lho uid oast boundary south 40 chsins mora
Iom U shore line,  thence  lollowlng  uid shore
lino easterly SO chains more or leas to (mini ol
co mme nee men t;   containing  320  acres,  mure  or
Dated August 31, 1911. H.  M. CUFI
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
Delia Coola Land District- District of Coast Range
Tako notice that Et. M- Cllll of gmglkijj
UndToteupatlon gentleman, intends lo appl>
for permission U 1
rut ledum,    ,..���,     ..
^^^^^^^^^      leeee tho following  described
lands:
Commencing at a pott planted at tho N. E
corner ol Lot 83, thenco north 20 chains, thonce
west 40 Chalu, thence south 20 chsiu more or
loss to shore lino, thence fullowlng tho shore line
east 40 chalee more or less to point of commence
ment; conUining 80 ram, more or less.
Dsted August 31, 1911. H    M.  CLOT
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair. Agenl
Bella Coola Und District-District o (Coast Rang
8
Tako notice that ll. M. ClifT of Dundslk, Ire-
.and,   occupation   **���****** -��-��i*
fur  permission  to
land,   occupation   gentleman,   Intends   to  appl)
for  petniulon  to  leaso  tho following  described
landa: ^	
Commencing at a poat pianim ����� **�� .
corner of Lot No. 4, thence north 40 chains, thonce
cast 40 chaina, thence aouth 40 chaina more or
I��m to ahoro lino, thenco following ahore line
westerly 40 chslns mere or lesa lo puint of commencement : containing 80 acres, more or leas.
Dated August 28, 1911. II.  M.  CUFI
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agen
Hella Coola Land District���District ol Coast Range
, CUfl of Dundalk, Iro-
T.ke notice that '^^.^"nUndV'To"'>pl>
mlcd at the N. \>
-   ' -'-��� more
Ued
mora or
GORDON C. I'lMi.li -M-.
Dated Sopt-9, 1911
I'ub. Oct. 10.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Coul IUnge b
Tako notice that HLriam lUy McTavish M
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrister, Inton-ts
to apply (or permission U purchase tbe following
dfweriued lands:
Commencing at a post planted al tho south* ait
corner 40 chains eut snd 40 ehaiu north trom
N. E. corner of Lol 1116, Harvoy's Survey Coaat
Dislrict IUnge 6, Ihence 60 chains soft, thence
60 cbaiu north, thenoe 60 ehaiu ws-tt, ibenco 60
chalu south U put of commencement containing
��� '���" acres mora or lesa
DatedSept. 18. 191t  HlltlAM  ROY McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23. Frad W. Boh.er, Agont
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MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
GBMIfi,
TRSS&i
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
L..��. Princ. Rupart Thur.d.y .1 8:30
p. m., O.C. 21.1 and 2g.lt, arriving In Van-
couxr  oarly  Saturday  morning,  Drc   23d
and 301HJ
MAKE   VOUR   RESERVATIONS   IARLV
Phon. 260
SS. Princ. John for tl.warl 10 a. m ,
Dae. 20th and 27th.
Pr.a.ni >ch*dul�� will  r.maln In  .n.ct
until  aboo. dat...
Bi-weekly train service lo Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Chrletmas visit Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
from Chicago. The finest ami best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all ronds L.i* ��� and
West. Atlantic Steamship bonking,
arranged.. Full Information and
tickets obtained from the office of
a. e. McMaster
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Wiiiiinii iimiiii mn' nf woman's
grcalcsl glories is hor hair, und
unless Uml is long, uml thick, nml
glossy, Bhe Ib roally nover Quito
satisfied with it,
Correal uml systcmalio brushing is uni- of Hi.- must, important
factors in produolng ti roally llm-
lii'iul of hair. At leiisi ten miii-
iiies slimiitl lie sponl mi brushing ovory day���-live minutes al
nighl and Qve minutes in lhc
morning.
Don'l jusi brush lhe surface of
Uie hair, Iml use n long-haired
Iml iml im. hard) brush, so lhat
Uie bristles will penotrale tu Hu.i.-alp. ii is neoossary I., get as
iiciii' thi' roots of Hie hair us possible if brushing is Lo havo any
lii'iieiiciiil results.
ll Is iml neoossary lo brush
wiih u great deal of vigor; if you
th. Mini you will probably bring
mil large Quantities of your hair,
instead of promoting its growth.
I'm- your brush Drmly, iml nol
roughly���in Buoh a manner lhal
vim sel Hie bloi.il circuliiling
more freely, but not so as to
make your heuil ill-he with the
violence of your "stroke."
Tlie proper wuy lo I.rush your
linn* ui nighl is lo pari it in (he
middle, or brush it smoothly
il<.wii eilher side, then plait il
lOOSel) iu Iwo plails, leaving llie
emIs free. Ill lhe morning brush
in Hie siuiie way, uml finish the
"dressing," using your brush Instead nf your I'omli, ns fur as
possible.
Vour eonili ouglil lo lie one of
lioso large toothed variety, and
..luml.I l.e used almost exclusively for inking .ml tangles.
Massage Is another excellent
lliing fm- making the hair grow.
press two Dngers "f h..ih bands
(Innl) .ni Hu- scalp! just above the
ears, ami move il backward ami
forward several limes! Uien move
Hie lingers toward Hie front of
the lieu.I ami repent lho exercise.
Tins should be .lone nearly all
SOME  XMAS  RIDDLES
train Sharpeners for the Kiddies
to Practice With.
Wli> are young liulies like
bells*.'      Heeiiiise   you    I'illi    lieuT
Uml mil iiieir metal until you have
given I belli a nui-'.
When may a piri lie oomparcd
in a book ni' iiiiisn**.' when sho Is
lull III' airs.
W'liui i.s ilu- mosi dangorous
lime in gn into Hie oounlrj *!
When lho trees aro shooting and
the bullrushos out.
Whal is lhe difference between
an aocoplod ami uu unaccepted
lover? One kisses bis missis and
ibe other misses his kisses.
Whal is ill* thai one can pul up
a spmii down, Iml not down u
spout up'.'   Aii umbrella.
" 'Tis I rue I have buth luce and
han.Is ami move before your eye,
but when I iiiuve my body stands,
ami when I Bland l lie." Whal
um I.'   A clock.
Whioh Is Hu' smallest bridge
in lhe world'.' The bridge of your
nose.
Winn is a scarf pin like u ship
in disU-088? When il is on the
bosom of u heavy swell.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ���:- AUDIIOKB
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Princ.. Ruuert P.O. Box 361
ALKHEU CAltSS,
>.r iiriti.ii Columbia
urirl   Mi.lllti'Irt.   Ilnte..
V. I1KNNKTT, II. A.
of II C. Ontario, Su-
I. rrt r' lr.ru rell    Hire!    A I-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Imtih llnrs.
carss & bennett
Barristers, Notarise, etc.
Ollit*.'   Kxe'hr.ii.r' hlock, cornor Thlnl avenue and
Sixth utroot. I'rlnce UuDort. 8
Order  your
Wurks today.
Xmas
Mowers   al
If
A NICE ALMOND CAKE
Tasty   Something   That   Any
Good Housewife Can Make.
Meai a quarter of a pound of
1.tiller to a cream, a.1.1 a quarter
nf a pound of sugar ami boal
well.    Add   tin    beaten   eggs
gradually, stir in Qve ounces "i
Hour, half a teaspoonful of baking powder and a little essence
>.r aim..11.Is. Pour the mixture
lulu a lined liu ami bake iu a
moderate oven for half an hour.
when cold, cover with icing and
decorate wiih blanobed ami
ohopped almonds.
Fine line of work baski-ls filled
wiili candy. If you want a good
one you hud belter huve il laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Ward's Cnndy Store. tf
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilrnttil OMratloni nkllfully tr.-at.-d.   Ga. and
loCUl Hnill.th.ell.--4 rertlr.   r  i    te I e el fo. llie-  | lUlll!.'.. OX-
traction of ..-.-th.      ConitiilUitlon free.     Oltlcel:
Holxersoii Block. I'rinco Ituuert. 11-1-
Ale'X M M n:    in II.A..      .*��� * !������ Willi.mis.n *. .1   I .11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.t
P..O. DOX 21
I'UINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OE SINGING
I'i I'll   Of Wll.  r'UXON. KM*.. A.R.A.M..  I UN.. ENS
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
.MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life und Accident Insurance.
CIS Srd Avenue Phone HI and Green 262
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specially.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and tith St.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Fiom VincoDTer or Seattle
FOR AU POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ate.     Ileail of Centre St.   Phone lit
m
B.C. Coast service - Kamous Pm cess
Line
Princess   Mary
���Saturday. December 16th, al 9 a.m.
For Viotorla. Vancouver and Seattle
J. C. McNab
General Agenl
SHOOTING
STRENGTH
SIMPLICTY
Skeena Und DUUict���DUlrict ..f <�����*,.���
Take   notice  that   Charlea   William   Ham   ol
Yancouvpr.  II. C, occupation int|>ector. latenda
Lu apply (or permiwon in purchaae the lollowing
Commencing al a pott planted at tbe coniluence of lllackwater river with the Name river
about two milea aouth from the eiith Dominion
Telegraph cabin. 1'oet marked C. W. U. 8, W.
Corner, thence 80 chaina north, thence K0 chaiiu
easl, thence 80 chains eouth. thence 80 ehaina
went to point ot commencement, containing G40
acrea more or leae.
C1IAHLK8 WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 2:t, 1911.
Tub. Nov. 8.
Skeena Land Dutrict-DUtrlct of Caeiiar
Take notice that Thomaa Arthur WhiU of Vancouver,  U. C, occupation carpenter, inlenda to
apply  for permiaaion lo purcnaae tne following
deecribed landa?
FRED. STORKJ
-General Hardware��� J.
Undi: , ,       , ninnied at the N.
Commoncini ��   ��� I****** !'�����      ,���   ,���|nl m0
corner ,1 UJ jt  *WJ" J \J,,P No. 1 igE
lorny It M<l'".' ,c,,,,,,,,  -a Ih-M. tl><n>~*
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Diteil Aimui" **> m'* willi.m McNair, Aganl
run. Bept. SO.
.   ,     ��� iilatrlct���Ulatrlct ol Cf-aat n_n����
Bella Cooil.��n.lol"r", <*"*
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T.k. ***** *****.,;���;,;,,  ini.nd. I., ni'i'iy
Und,   ocelli..'.""   , ";J ",7���!-,���||�����i���i:  .Imcnbeil
lor narmiwitJii to i ea���
Unda
Commencing  at  a  poat  pl.nled   at  the  eon
(l.i.nr" ol Hlaekwaler river with Naaa river, at-���'
.. .w ^ ,u. -i.ti, Dominion Telea.
eanin.   tv.. ...  E. Corner, tnenee
IU chaina north, thence SO ehalna weat, thance 90
'-   .-���^ ��n ehaina eaat tfl point ol
MH&wggiq. i,ou
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commf,',M-"��:,^'^::^,i.iw-^
���Km-.--��� ......       aaa imt, about
t*o mllea eouth ol the aiath Dominion Telegraph
cabin.   Port marked T. AW"" <*** '
80 chaina north, thence 80 e
chaina aoulh, thenct* HO chaina eaat t
commencement, containing 010 acraa more or leaa,
THOMAS  Mil III it WIIITK
Dalad Sept. 2.1, 1911.
Pub  Nov. 2.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coart Hange V
Take notico that Jeeae M. Tellman of Cedar
Kapidf,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   intend*   to
apply for permiaalon to purchaae tha followini
deecribed landa:
">; |     Commencing at a poat planted on the anuiherly
" ! ahora of  KuUymateen  Inlet on  '.he right  hank
j ol a email atream (lowing Into aald Inlet Jurt eut
1      i.f i row Lake.    Thence aoulh 20 chaina, thence
���  *��*\ *ai_aa\l__o tii'ifn vt \*i**** to the aliDfe line of
Builden' HriMwan?
Valvn8 & Pipei      Oxfonl Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block*
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. 0.
��� J. i.l.IVK. Sec.
.r a  i ��� if.. i   Oun
Ii-ntin-s    nf    Hie
Tlie e��.iiiiia|��
arc uulM.inline
0MCSN1 n >.i 1
ll. .Ii.h.iiii. . ii'iiiiinii'. .re .
linn.ilu.hi wi.nl wherever -purl.men
nililtri'irali*. ami i.nni.r 'lun�� bate
����ii tin* u.etlil . I. .-I.. -1 lr It r-
The air.ii.ih of ihe Hreenrr ar
11. .ra  la  phenomenal.     The  un-ener
Trehle \Vi-ilri* I i-l Hull l�� lilt*
��� lmtiin-��l llrci-rli it-t-nine evl.nl.
nun ... 'I   h>*   eitiilink. l-  .11  over   Un
worM.
The   "IspIIp   I'rini-pri."   anion   l��
���inil'lii in      it-, tr.     u.eih*     ���-..II),
.ni.e.llil.v. an.l the >liik.r l�� a Ir.ir
ltr.it nf a  ���itiiiiiI i|itt.ki.   Ili.n  am
..llier.
Tun ..l .11 II....- ailvanl.rp. ir
.mir .11.1 la a Orrpner.
M CradM t. S.l.el From
$56.00 to *l00O
W.W. GREENER
U 65 at,*t, Hall Hill NaMml. r 0
Birks9 Catalogue
will iis.isi iii milking y..111- Cliri.-lmns l.u>ing a success.
S.miiI your iinme nnd address nl ��.nco nml gel this free
shopprs' gniilc. from which you muy selool in lhe .)ni.'l
i.f your homo gnnils which represent the -Inn.Innl <>f
fashion, exoellenco, quality nml flnlsh. From Kirks'
gi-i'iil .si.it-k i.f .I.'w.'lr>. Silver, Cut iilasa, Walohes,
Clooks, Li'iillicr lii.iiils, \ri liitiiils untl .Ni.M'llies you
inny seleol the mosi ohoioo ajid pleasing-Christmas gifts.
C.iiiiiiiiniciilc wiih us al >.ii.-.' nml b.-ii.'lil by lho prices
>.f Hi.' Importer nn.l manufacturer.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Hotel Central S3$tt&S
1'. .: "i > .-. and Ameriran plan. it-i*Am
I.' .in -I. ii.--i.-i ii convenience*. *���:.*���������*
|1.IW to tLlrl por day.        :        t
Peter Black
Proprietor
===E. eby cn, a>.==
REAL  ESrArK
Kitsumkalum Lm- I Kor Snle
KITSUMKALUM - |l   C.
Chi���ey Swtepint and Fmasct QjgJM
Prepare for winter hy getting your fnr-
naccs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
futlail Ihinmi *>.,tp KUtell. Km Halrl. m
Phone 71
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
;S:$&:&m��:38^^
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHAIICKS lll'AN.IS'AHI.f:
THIRO   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
t.i'KN day ani) man
HAYNER BROS.
tM'i:i! I \K I l; . anii KMIIAI.MF.K.S
I'lineral   Dlreet.ira
Inl Ave. near t".th St. I'hone No. M
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        thine, northeily and[m**^>'  '?'
a��Bin-up��� ... ����� tmlmS^P ''"aw-"""*"
?"._. i".V,.l IS. l��ll-    ��� ���,.��� McNair. Agent | [Mb. Aug. U.
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Dateel Aug"" '"���
Pub. Sept- an-
Savoy Hotel
Or. Fraeer an.1 Mh.        Cholee Wine, and Cl-rar.
RUrF.RT'S    PALACE    Or    COMFORT | Second A��e.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Blork, corner Sixth Avet.ue
and Fulton Street.
Also .lores in same blnrk.
Two collage* colter Second Avenue onri
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lott In all purl, ol the dly.
FIRE INSURANCE
We repre-pttt some ol llie Inr**. -x Companies doing btixines. in the lily.
C. D. RAND
Phone 112
mi* tin1 scalp onco every day. li
i�� n marvelous rotnody fur weak,
railing hair.
Tin- massage ma) be helped l.y
lhe use nf h litlle vaseline, lay,
nit..ni iwioe ii w.'.-k. if your hair
Is inlii.i- greasy then use the
vaseline less often and only a
very litlle m n lime.
Am.iii.*i- oxcollonl luiir iniiii' id
plain paradln ..il. There are two
drawbacks i.< paralTIn, however,
namel): Thai it Is highly Inflammable nml therefore you
musl keep away from any m-ii-
li.-inl In-ill or liglil nfler using
il. ami lhal il has rather an unpleasant odor.
Tho latter drawback is one lhal
Is soon ii'ini'iii.'.i, however, as Un-
odor vanishes vi*.  .inirkiy, cs-
I lally if von can g.. bar.'h.'a.l.'.l
Into Un- open air for hnif an
hour or "n after using the oil.
Don'l apply .i oflener than onoo
.*. week.
it i*�� batter nol i" wash your
linir too often, unless il  is very
..ily. Once in three weeks is nun.'
often enough,   n It nn exoellsnl
plan   I.,   give   llic   loalp   a   good
massage with vaseline Jusi  before wiinliiiiir your hnlr. i
One other thing! civ.- your hair
as much sun ami mr as pofSlble,
When vim can oonvonlently do
so lei n fall loosely round your
shoulders in Dial the air may gel
llit'.nigli it and cool III.' scnlp.
COLDS ARE THE SMALL DOOR
LEADING TO LARGE ILLNESS.
Al   COS),   lojre,  dolls,  games-
Wallaeo't. if
If there is danger, it i.s well to
know it.
The wanting cough should
demand Immediate action,
If there Is a remedy it is well lo
know it
Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and
Cod Liver Oil produces Immediate
results.
A cold cannot make licith. iv
when  Mathieu's Syrup is us-.i
Prevention   makes   the   cure
unnecessary.
Delay   makes   the   cure   mi
difficult.
The healing properties of tht
Tar combined with the strengths*
ning properties Of Cod l.iver v5:1
makes   Mathieu's   Syrup   the
Invincible conqueror of colds.
I.ar>;e bottle Jj cents.
Sold l.y ail dealer*.
Whro hra.lai hi- anil lever aie pretcnt wllh
a ."1-1 Uke Malhl**ii . N.l-In.' I*..wilcl. lu
reeltue tlir level etui nllnv 111. pnin. J I,
M*tlhlrii   00 .   flttpt    Shei'iluoke.   ytte.    'I.)
Uistribut.irs for Western Canstlii
Foley Bros., Lanes t Company. Inc.,
Winnipeg       Vancouver       Saskatoon
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PONY EXPRESS
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H:it'.-.'.-f. floral anil  F��rwanllnir Aironla.
I; ���.   or Motor Car tla> or nlirht
Krvrnth Avr. and Fulton
PhOM ��1
.Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. an.l 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Propri.tar:
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines 11 Periodicals :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIIII) AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Stcaml'itting *it>il
Sheet Metal Work
Office: Ir.l Av
I'hone 171
Work.hnt.
2nil Ave. bet. 71 h and hlh 8ta
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesaler* of
Northern   Britith   Columbia
Esclu.ive Agent, for
BUDWEISER
BEER1
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enry   Fales-Gordon Visits Rupert
Henry Fulcs Gordon was the
usl distinguished  of the  ar-
uls by the Prince George on
Vcilnesdny, most distinguished
ti globe trotter and a trained
observer.     The   name   is   well
known  even in  Prince  Itupert,
many  excellent   articles  of
travel and adventure  have appeared  in  the  magazines  over
his signature, anil also during
sis stay in the United Stales he
devi.i.'.i these habits of trained
bbservation   lo   the   conditions
existing in the cities he visited
stiil freely discussed them, his
Dmparisoii of these conditions
���tb those of the lending cities
nd towns of Great Britain and
Continent being rend everywhere with great  interest.
The    News    reporter    inli-o-
RSuced himself lo Mr. Coition nl
���the Grand Trunk Inu ns lhe I liter was strolling in fruin liit'.i'. *
fast  Thursday   in..ruing.     The
.Reporter,   being   himself  some-1
,'thing  of  a  IruveliT  iu   a  sinali
Kvay,   quickly   gol   en   rapporl j
jSwitli the visitor by the nienlioiil
Bbf his old-time  friends among
writers  and  artists  whom   Mr.
Jordon   must   have   met,   anil
Rhus nearly an hour was pleasantly spent in interesting reni-
Biniscent chat.   After this the reporter   got   down   lo   business
and endeavored to obtain  ma-
' terial thai would be interesting
J|to the readers of The News, and
f*in this he succeeded far in advance of his expectations.
Referring to his articles on
the rotten municipal conditions
of Seattle and olher towns he
had visited, Mr. Gordon was
asked if he had ever lectured
and whether during his stay !"���>
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 nlmnl tt-goodull
bit end know things. I am willing 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 nnd
am staying at the Inn, and that's
all I don't waul lo bo bothered
with a lol of people. Promise
mc that and I'll go ahead making copy for you. Get your pencil out.
"It would be well to start this
with the story you tell of mecl"
|ng Patli in New York Hay when
on one of her very last 'fare-
WOll'vtsitS. Twenty reporters
silting in the pilot house and
she in lhc centre, nnd she says:
���Well, somebody ask nm ' iw I
like America and I will at *******
thai 1 just love America ..Urn-
all things." Because I do Uke
Prince Rupert. Hike to study
���0Wns and ihis is un especial opportunity to study a g*eat sea-
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me  very  much.     ' **  **-"   ��
what most struck me yesterday
Sernoon, and while I am her
what else strike. Jil��J*J
stores, your horriMe sreel
your hotels, banks and so
The Grand Trunk Inn.
"Let's slui'l with this hotel.
1 onme here naturally. I knew
'������' ���"��� olher, for although (here
wa. n crowd of hotel runners
al Hie boat, none of them suid:
'Free bus,1 you know, so 1 took
DO nutice of Ihem. This is right
nexi io the wharf anyway, and,
another lliing, you will never
make u mistake In Canada In
going lo a railway holel. You
may, and possibly will, in any
other country, The hotels in
Canada are Hue. I might class
them us iho leading hotels in
the several cities, but this may
not be the exact fact. Yu find
in them the dignity of a llrsl-
class old hotel in Kngland, but
With a greater freedom. The
little things thai make for individual comfort are boiler looked
after. The servants nre m.l so
obsequious, bui ihey nre willing .'uul Iheir flrsl Ihoughl Is
nol 'backsholli,' ns it is in England and all ovor Iho Continent,
And Ihey h ive gontlt i
i   itiagot - evi'i5 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 oul-
tured uml rather expensive
tastes.
"Were 1 of lhe olher sex I
should be disappointed, old
ohapple, that you have not noticed my gel up, II wus Hie
slore windows iu this case lh.it
took me in and got my money,
because I round when I was in
Uml 1 really needed a new suit
nnd Hint prices were very reasonable. "���
"II was ,-i| n place on this side
of  Hie   lll'-l   slivel   you   go   lip,
Sixth -ii.'i. and llie firm is
i p. i impnuy, Ltd.   They
li I a hull, lol of -nniking
���'- in lhe window, and lho
lhe White  Pass,
might  be his sou.
However, il
I'd drop ut
This picture of Old Vickcrsville and its tenia appealed to the coliertor
of historical data
on.
"This I will say for Mr. Sweet.
He is a type so far ns courteous
manlier goes, but he goes further. He has n geniality that is
never familiar and yet it captures; with.ml ,nl iiiii dug il you
reckon him among your friends.
Then he undoubtedly understands the line art of catering.
The 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
Slates nor in Eastern Canada.
What I mean is: I don't know-
how Mr. Sweet manages to keep
Ihem. For Ihey go modestly
and sweetly obliging about their
business as if it was Iheir business, seriously. Anywhere else
the waiter girls arc flirtatious
and endeavor lo convey the idea
Ihey nre only there for fun for
a short lime. This is, in n
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 tbeir
business.
"Thc rooms and lhc house
generally are up tu the best of
hotels and a trifle more homelike. Bui in regard lo Ihis I
understand lhe railway is building a million dollar hotel here
like Ihe Chateau Laurier at Ottawa, and all I can say is that
when moving day comes I trust
thc company will take along Mr.
Sweet as one of the mosi vulti-
abl-e assets. It 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
pul on a Christmas air, I nolice," observed Mr.* Gordon, as
���e lllled his pipe. "Not to the
same extent, however, is there
to |,c noticed thai crude garish-
Degi of holiday decoralion as :n
ninny places. Your pioneer
business men seem to be sut.s-
flcd to make a good display of
oils, and in this respect you
iu the
% and
displaying wares to theibnl advantage. Not only that, bu for
a frontier town  the stock of
.'
slore cries quality lhc moment
you enter. A line lol of llic
latest woolens are displayed
under glass, all of thc mosi
modern models and colors���ns
good, in fact, as I could get anywhere in the East.
Quit Railroad for Steamboat.
"That line, 'Tickets lo the
Old Country,' strikes n chord,
don't it, old man?" was lhe way
Mr. Fales-Gordon resumed his
talk aboul Prince Rupert, "lt
wns one of the first signs to
cnlch my eye in (he shop next
lo your new opera house. The
name,  James  11.   Rogers,  also
nit.I see jusi lo pass tbe li:. ,!
away.
"Can I see Mr. Rogers?" I
asked.
"You  ure   looking  nl   him,"
"    -    IhO   reply.      "What   rail    I
.'ii for you?"
lie u  - a well sel up chop,
��� '���    i       iv.'ii,   clear  eyed,  line
n   and   in.   .tow-1'.el
be   Jim's   son,   for
\   - coriainly a likeness
S ������ 'I friend.    Then I no-
Ihal bi- hair was grizzled.
Wi   I.   il   nil-III   be   bis   sou,  you
. .  im- v..ung fellows soon
gt I grnj gay..de.i- al Hie sides
if Ihey won lho Kitl>  late,
"I Hiel a Mr. Rogers wiih
c. E. Hawkins, ihe railroad engineer, al the Baldwin Hou-e,
Frisco, aboul ten year- ago," 1
ventured lo say.
"Thai's ine," was Ihe ready
reply. "Hawkins and I arc old
chums from way back."
"Then I'm on old chum, too,"
und 1 tendered my card. He
shook my hand with a clear,
hearty laugh und I playfully
told him he must be Jim's son.
"Ouit yer kidding," was the
laughing retort. "Why, Pales,
I'm a proud grandfather. And,
see that sign there���Rogers &
Black? Well, you will see a
similar sign iu Vancouver and
(hat lingers is one of my sons.
I have another here who is associated with lhe leading orchi-
aiul all the leading lines across
die Atlantic and lo the Mediterranean and South America.
Quite a business, I observed.
"But, I haven't quit railroading altogether," snid Rogers. "I
am llie agenl hero for Ihe Great
Northern, nnd l���"
Just iii ihi- moment a strapping chap wiih a big black
moustache uml a big son black
sombrero came bustling in���a
typical frontier iiiiin���and Jim
said: "Let tne tnnke you oo-
quainted with Peter Black, my
partner in lhe coal business,"
uu! I found Peter bad a grip
like ii giant. Jim lol.I alioitl Ihe
line holel his partner has here,
ihe Central I Ihink ho called il,
ami  Mr.  Black  lohl ali.   i  (hi
-crap    Ihey    hail    1*001 11 I
heart as this exhibition of natural flowers.
"You need your heart opened
and your pocketbook, loo, 1
thought as I strolled iu���for lhe.
slore was pretty crowded. But
when I gol u chance to price
guilds, especially llie jewelry
Intended for gifts, I round them
very reasonable, and l bought
Ihis little gift for my sister as
u souvenir of my visit to Prince
Rupert,
"I was reminded of home, by
the way, when I -larted to look
over Ibe line collection of
Crown Derby. He has some
nice specimens of the work
Moorcrofl i- turning oul at bis
Sloki'-on-Trcnl factory. Lib-
bey's .ui glass, loo, i- quite a
leal ure.
������I understand lhe Wark-, the
people  who  are  running  this
large slore, are pioneer-. Where
miring -nine of his burnt work
at the Beattie Fair. He is till
interesting man and has an in-
leresling collection. But he
didii'i ii-y in sell me anything,
[usl chatted on, enquiring after
Colonel Cholmondesly, Capt.
Craves and other London .-haps
who were in lhe Klondike in the
old day-. There wa- one
lliing I l.u.k u fancy to, however,
ami asked liis price fur it. This
is a magnificent mastodon or
mammoth lu-k. Morte shook
his bead wiih a smile, lie said
i i) no
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1P*��IT
From the Inn he Strolled up Centre Street commenting on the cliiuig.it
with Hie cily fathers aboul a
.-upply nl' Wellington cual. und
how Ihey hn.l come .ml with
Hying colors. 1 am going to
lake in Hie Central Hotel before
1 leave, bill Ihi- evening I am
lo lake .linnet' with Rogers at a
place he calls The Saints' Resl'
nu.I to remain for evening service. So i guess James must
huve changed some since I last
met the ..Id buy.
"Thul Ihoughl suggests that
the shadow of lho niizzen is
athwart the poop and It's lime
lo lake n peg.   Talking so much
engenders s healthy thirst.   Eh,
Wll.ll ?"
gu
are ahead of many places l
I Pick of window dressing and
C.B.WARK      JEWELER
I
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Mr. Lett, the colonisation agent
Ihey come from I didn't happen nf lhe Grand Trunk Pacillc, <Ie-
in learn, although in new p n .*- .eitetl it nml would be much
I  hnvo  lhe  un En li li  \vn>  of disappointed    if    he didn't get
I
Gives Us a Big Pointer.
i-  uue  t.f  the  enler-
linwing the rapid growth
cily,"   observed    Mr.
lou  as  we  .-iime  up
I ami slood in front
opera house.    He
.1   In  -av   what  a  line
��� ��� 'Id make for lm-i-
. - as  -non  as  Mr.
It < I   cleared   the   big
<    f| nil   III-  Iwo lots  .nl-
tin- Weslenhaver bust-
block.
���Tin .   will iml have nn uninterrupted view of the bay for
in lung lime, however.'   he mus-
ingly proc led, "for I nm given
I., understand lhe railway com-
p.uiv intends to include in its
next auction sale the reserved
lots on thi- side, between Fifth
and Sixth streets."
"That's new- l.  me." the rc-
porler observed.
"May be -if. you lii.l-l go
from home I., get the new-, ls
Ihi- sort of wide sidewalk going
nil along bolll sides of thi- line
Inn.nl avenue and along all (he
other avenues?" he asked as
we passed the government
buildings. The scene of the recent lire led him to nsk aboul
fire insurance rntes here, lho
lire prole.'lu.ii system nml such
matters.
After what he declared to
hove been a very pleasant nnd
Interesting visit (he distinguished traveler left on the
Prince Ruperl yesterday morning on his way Imck, via the
Ureal Northern, to New York
and lo Eiiglniul on a (.unorder,
having purchased his passage
ere.
..no of those brothers, or tin-
paler, must hove hud ou experience with the Tiffany's ..i
.-..ine   metropolitan   city,  their
.-lock    showing    such    trained
taste in its selection nnd the artistic moiincr in which it i- deployed.
"But enough of mere shop
talk. I want lo go- oul right
away to look over Section 2 now
il is clearing up, ami I particularly wish lo study what
kind of ornamental bridge is
possible as (he entrance lo Ihis
new residential district. So
long."
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Wirk'i store wiih its array of cut flowers especially appealed to him
held my attention. You remember what McMasters said of
having    left    railroading    for
iteamboatlngf    Well, says I,
here is another instance, if this
should chance lo be the Jim
Rogers I knew os manager or
the White Pnss road. But it
couldn't he the some, for thai
Rogers worked on lhc construction of the Canadian Pacific and
was for I don't know how many
years���more than a dozen -in
the opcruling depnrlmenl of
the Great Northern. Then hn
must have been eight years with
,
led of Prince Ruperts onolher
in the ofllce with me and then
some more, nil doing well."
"And how did you come to
quit railroading, Jim, after all
these yours?"
"Came to Prince Rupert lo
grow up with It, and I'm doing
il.    Ho you waul lo get back to
Attracted by Cut Flowers.
"One lliing Ihnl struck me in
walking up lhc principal business street this afternoon���
Third avenue, I think it is���was
bunches of fresh cut (lowers in
ii jeweler's window. They made
a beautiful display still morc
lend ii nl    mid    ollrocliva    and
the Old Country for Christmas Tal added addiiioiiol suggestion of
What line do you prefer? Can
offer you your choino of sixteen." And I found Ihnl hc was
ngenl for Hie Cuiinr.l. While
Slor, the Bed Star line In Antwerp, the French line to Havre
I ��� I ���!������
refined culture to tha very large,
art isl ic slock of silverware displayed. As this is on the eve
of lhc holidays, I can imagine
m.lliing so suggestive and so
much   calculated   to   open   the
80URDOUGH8 FROM
DAWSON
"Let me again quote lhat
trile old saying (hat the world
is a mighty small place, afler all
to Ihe mon who bos travelled,"
resumed Mr. Fales-Gordon at
lb.* Inn on Thursday nighl, continuing his account of the notable people he hnd met during
his brief visit here. "I met nu-
Other Klondikcr this afternoon,
n real sourdough.   I hove   met
Klondikers everywhere, and
have con.'billed that when the
M..iiiile.l Police ligiired (hat a
Iiuii.Ire.I thousand people took
port in Ihol memorable rush,
the   figure  could   not   be  much
overestimated.
"The man come oul of n
.roily little curio store on Srd
Avenue, in front of which I wns
sov ing goodbye In Stanley Long
Here is on old friend of lluh*
'olliillo," he said, "permit me
to Introduce Morte Craig, of
Dawson, Don't you remember
him f"
"Mr.   Craig  re mo in be rod   me
ni nil events nn.l as be started
some interesting reminiscent
yarns of lhc Yukon. Stanley lln-
ished the fnrcwcll nnd Mr.
Crnig nnd I entered the curio
slore. Be used to be in lhc
same businss iu Dawson, and in
our old house near Maidslone,
my sister bus n little collection
of Indian curios I purchnsed
from him during Dnwson's
young nnd giddy dnys. By
George, bui those were giddy
dnys.
"I find that Morte hns developed some as nn artist. He
seems to hove brought the pyr-
ographic art to a high state of
development,  and  1  recall  ad-
Cosmopolitan and Diokens
CILMiLKs    DIGKBN8 is still a
"best   seller."     Publishers  don't
argue pro ami .-.ui nver his books
I hev Just order a new cnrload
>.f paper, oil lho presses, nnd let
Ihem speed on.    And ll hns been
over forty years since, one morning when the yard wus mm with*
SOarlel geraniums and the breath
of syringa was houvy In the air.
Hie  great  author   followed   lilt lo
Noll,    Now Ibat lhc centenary of
his birth  (February 7th), 1812),
Spprosohes    and    everybody    Is
thinking  of  Dickens.     We   havo
secured    several    articles which
will  tell  iiinny  Hung, aboul him
Ihnl huve hitherto been unknown.
In the January Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickns, will
l.'ll you some of his own personal,
recollections of Hie greal novelist.    Later, probably in February
Mury Angela Dickons, his granddaughter, will  give an  intimate
view  of Dickons as sho remembers him.    In facl, in these and
oilier nrticls " nn Dickens whioh
will follow���fully    illustrated, of
been  piiblislul of 11   human���
OOUrss���we shall aim lo give you
a more vivid picture Ihnn has yet
the home- side nf the greal inns-
ler, -written by llu.so who knew
him best. Head lhe articles
I hoy will surely arouse a new In-'
lerosl in the "besl beloved" au-
Ihor in your library. Hubscrip-
liniis to Cosmopolitan will bo accepted until Dec. loth, at tho special low role to Canada of 11.50.
Cosmopolitan   Agency,  Box  851,
Winnipeg,
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THE DAILY NEWS
//at?e You Anything to Sell?    Try the News Want Ad. Way of Finding a Purch
-%* ta**V*m\ ll^��%l'^l"^l*%l'l'M'^lll^H^lll*����l **tV***s***tm\
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"The News" Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
fcr:
-"���~lfll
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Murine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written  Direct
the
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-Houaca ant) Krntala.
^i .^****-e-*i ��*_-n-^4*-fc**^-iiwfc.i ean-* *i9****��***a*m
L-
For Rent
u
For Rent���Two roomed cnliin. cloae to McBride,
freahly papered and clean, only 110 per month.
II F. McRae & Co. t-f
ILU lit'NT���Furnished roomi Tor kentlo-
iii.'ii only j pest locaiimi anil flneal view
In Ihe city. Phono Uri'i'ii 338. Modern
i'iilHi'llli'lli'i-i. 884-880
THE
XMAS
RUSH
is upon us an.l
every minute
counts.
Our stock is
complete under one roof
your every
gift can be
found.
McRae Bros., Limited
Everything for lha Office
f
Learn to Dance
.
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wo   rofunil   your   BKHMV  if  Vt  ��'��>   not
teach you to danci* for tho   i>rlc*
of one   ticket,
Wpdnradaya    and   Saturday a
in Soni of KiiK-lnrul  Hall; at I p.m.
Insurance
i
OUR Companlea aro noted for prompt and juit
settlement!*. We write every known clan of
lniurance. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Ca
f.-V..'*Jr^..
*^*^*a***^******sW^*t
Wanted
Other maid kept
T
UP-RIVER MINES
AU LOOK GOOD
Angus Stewart Haa One of the
Very Best, lays Edgar Harris.
Slooan Capitalists Bond the
Surprise Property.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
1   LAUItS   LUKUIAI.l.Y
-a*****aap^ ���e^.*^...'^^.^...^..^..
Don't buy a watch before looking over
our stock. Ask the American railroad  man his opinion of the ....
WEBB C. BALL
J. S. Gray & Son. Jewelers. B*^^��4 i.i���"*-,c*wi.'am..
ar.   u.    _ihj    u.   wu.    irtuviui),      Hamilton, lllln.ila. Lonirlne movement.
WATCH   THE   BIG   FURN1TUE   STORE   FOR   GRAND   DISPLAY   OF....
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Wc have received them in great quantities nnd will display
something far exceeding any other attempt in Prince Rupert.
WE ARE COMPLETE  HOUSE   FURNISHERS
XMAS GIFTS
The mosi appropriate and most
appr.Tiai.-il Xmas .in- are usually
Tumid in well appoinie.1 Jewelry
���lores.
Today we have Hie mom complete
ami besl assorted stork or flveablc
frills cut shown in lluperl.
Our Out Olaa. display Is a worthy
one���nn iii-im'. exclusive.
Hun luml ilfi-uraii'd china make,
a ii.iniu remembrance. We have
M.Hir.ran and Iluyal ilrown Derby.
Our Jewelry mili'lasse. anvll.lnir
wt- have ever b.-lorc .hown, tnd in
all our t'Mirriiiiii* we never lud
Inlii i   i.*"."i- ror Uie in., m y
Wark's
.'1:1. i:ns...     j
Wanliil   General Servant.
Apply Mra. L. W. Patmore.
Wanted to rent or tea., by tir.t of .Iniuniry. li or
11 room modern houae, cloae In. State terma to
Box 89.
Maternity nurae open  for ensasement   Apply
Box 2169 New.. If
' Wanted.   -    Dreaamaklns. cleaning and preaa-
in.*, repalrinir for men and women Mra Charlea
Percher. DO Third Av..   Phon. M Red.     tf
I Aim V���Why remain lonely t    The Meal
inneeilnfiii'ii i lull leads lo happiness. A
-uie iiv prlvalo, lilgh-claaa, up-lo-date
ti" ilu in for properly Introducing* worthy,
ill-Hi ��� i.*e .iiiii' people of any natlunnlliv,
r.liKlun. are, or Itnanrlal condlihui.
Many people walllnr. rich and poor.
I'aiilt iilar. rrec. Plain, h-iled envelope.
I. .:. Wilson, box 1770, Vancouver, H. C.
Lost and Found
KOUND-2 Small Keya.   Innulreat N.wa Olllce.
at*
LOST���Ladle.' Hand Baa* containing* sum of
money, between Hay. Creek railway RTade and
lhe old boaplul.   Reward Dally N.w. ofllce. 2t
r
Real Estate
H
"Then* are lots of good mining properties up the river," says
Edgar Harris, "but ono of the
very beat In I lie whole dislrict is
lhal owned by Tony Mollugli and
Angus Stewart, contractors for
Foley, Welch & Stewart. He says
llie ore i.s rich on the surface and
tin* development work that lias
lieen done makes the properly
rloher. The shaft, sunk on the
main vein has led into an
elgbteon-inoh vein of gray copper ore lhat shows a value of
1700 a ton,
"The winter camp lias been
oompleed and the shaft, now 85
feel deep, is lo be sunk to L'OO
f.-.-l  without slopping.
"The Surprise property, adjoining the Silver Standard, comprising three claims, lias been
bonded by Couer de 'Alone and
I..can capitalists, anil Ibe llrsl
payment made on the bond.
"Work is also progressing on
Ilii* Iron Mask property owned by
liwyei- it Stephens, who hove re-
eenlly lei a contract for a 100-
fi.i.l tunnel to be driven (bis winter."
Lot for Sal. in 8eetion 6. Block 22. Lol 15. 7th
A..    Apply Mike Ruilch. Box .'���>.' City.      If
Stenographer
n
Kaatem alenoeraphor of wide experience wanta
poaitlon. Addreaa '*Stenoirrmpher," 668 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
.THIRD AVEMlf JEW*
F. VV. HART
Entrance Third Door fmm Sixth
Street on Second Avenue
Hart Block
me buy Eernn
Xmas Goods
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy baskets and boxes
also a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuta
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copiier, Lead,
Rubber   Boot*,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Williams & McMeekin
Double Corner
ON SECOND AVENUE
LoU 20-21, block 20, section 2
For $2700
This corner being oversize, level,
slightly below grade and desirable from every standpoint, la
the best realty bargain in the city
WESTENHAVER    BROS.
Helgerson Block
Phone 56
..Christmas Hampers..
NO.   1���"AT  HOMI"
2 bottl.. P. a O. Scotch
1  bottl. 3 Star Brandy
1 botll. Port
2 bottl.. Cholc. Ol.r.t
8 bottl*.   Seer   (guana)
ONLV   se
MO. 2���"MIWILV"
2 bolll*. P. a O. Scotch
1 boltl. 3 Star  Brandy
2 bolll.. Dry ain
1   b 'II. B.at  8'ierry
I  bolll. B.at Port
r. bolll*. St. I.l.ph. Olar.t
ONLV  SU
NO   3���"FRSNOH DINNCR"
1 bottl. ��mer Picon
2 bottl.. Haul Bartac  (quern)
4 bolll.. SI.  C.t.ph.  {quart.)
3 bottl.a   Sparkling  Moa.ll.   (qu.rl.)
1 boltl. 20-V��.r-Old Brandy
1   bottl.   V.llOW   Ch.rlr.ua*
ONLV sir
NO.   4��� "INTERNATIONAL"
1 bottla  Cxtra  Sherry
2 bottl** Ohabll*
3 bottle* Cheale.u  Margaul
4 botlla* Champagne
1 boltla SB-Vear.Old  Slaqult Brandy
1  boltl*  Mara.kino
ONLV 126.    {All quarta.)
NO. 8���"OMMAN  DINNER"
1 bolll* Cherne. in Maraeklno
3 bolll**   Liehfraumllch
6 bottl*. Sparkling Nock
1  bottle 20-V.ar-Old Brandy
1 bottle Klroh
1  boltla Kumm.l
12 bottl.*  Beer
ONLV SIS    (All quart*)
NO.   fi      "COSMOPOLITAN"
1 bolll* Cocktail*
2 bottle. P. * O. Scotch
1   boltl. 20-Vear-OM   Brandy
8 boltl.. Al. or Stout
1  bottl. 810. Oln
1   bolll.   Qreen   Chartreuae   (pint)
ONLV $10.28
'MANSON WAY'
GOES ON AHEAD
Noble Lumber Bridge Work for
Aooess to Provinolal Wharf In
Progress���It Is ��� Roundabout
Way.
We linvi' in.I bfiOII .'.slnl.li-.liet
r..'i-.M.fii--r.i.i Brandy,   Remember,
nf nil Mn min nl I,ilium's, nnd 000
large number .if ihe Beat Wlnei,
in lln>  I'r..vine.'.    \\> buy dirt'il
boned I >.f ih.' middleman's pn.fi
10 per oent. discount on all bills Over $5 until the end of the year.
id nn years, hul we run sell you
we havo n oomplolo assortment
iti-.d ih.' exclusive agenoy for a
.i,i.|ii..i- hihI Liqueurs over seen
from  Europe nnd give you the
lis.
Clarke Bros.,- Ltd. ���*������� Block Thi��i km** phone 39
Extensive trestle ami brldgp
work is in active progress nt the
Ihe wharf for the general piihlie
Provinolal Qovenunent'i new
wharf I., oomplolo the aooois i..
thf *tf***ut for iii.- general publlo
when   I he   whnrf   is   opened   for
ileamboal trafllo.   Aooeai to the
Wharf will he by means of "The
Hanson   \Vny,"   n   rotlte   which
seemi mosi appropriately roundabout mi.I indirect. The way itself is 11 high woo.i.mi girder
bridge spanning the o, r. i>.
track,   Above the wharf it tnkes
n rlghl angle lurn nnd I lieu liy
n long gradual slope of iTMlle
work    now    under    i-oiisliiiclniii
ih.. passenger reaohei the level
of lhe whnrf nl lhe opposile end
from Ihnl nppi'onclieil liy the
Hanson Way nl flrsl. The Manson Way oonneoli with the olty
nl Flrsl nvenue through llie
Waalholme Lumber Co.'s domains.
Water Notice
I. Allml Chrlall.n Card, of Prlnee lluperl. oc.
i-iii'.'.ti'.n Mlnln. Kn.ineM*. alvenotiee that on the
.-Hi ein, ,,f immtler. ISII. I Intend lo apply to
the Water Cnmluloner at hla oAlce In Print**
Kupert for alien** lo tak. and ua. two cubic
feet of waler per .-scond from an unnamed atream
In the I ii.i 11.1 of Cuaat Kanire .'.. Skeena Dlrlalun.
I-l mile Mat nl the Tr*. SuUan. 0.T P. Id
The water la to he taken from th* tueam about
..ne half mile above It* wallet, and ts to be used
for developing power for a ouary MHM at lb.
nullvt of aald tr**k. alona* th. Railway a*rade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Paled Nov. :nh. IIII. d-27
NOTICI TO  CONTBAOTORf.
Tenders will be received by lhc under
-ii.-ii.il up in :. p. in Monday, isiti n. ���*��� in
i" i. IVIl. f..r die i..n��iim*iimi of i plank
roadway mi llie norib side of Flrsl avenue
between SerenUi sirrcl and thr> junciinn
or Flr.l .iiirl s,', ..im mollis.    Plan. tn.l
-i. ��� ni. ii   nn.  be wen antl forms of
icnrtcr .ei..ten. i al lhc office of the Cily
1.1.1 liter.
Low-cal  or any  lender nol necessarily
arcrpicd.
KAn.NEST  A.  WOODS.
City Clerk.
WM.   MAHLON  DAVIS.
II City I n.iii. er
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
���I *.... i. Aw-.it .        .      nisi .*. surmT
���O CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C T. P. Tranafer Af *nli
Order* promptly *****   Price. reaaonaWe.
office-a. b. r-�� h..t-r. o_,tr. m.  phon. *
Fine View Corner
���IN SECTION  TWO���
 $2,250���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
LoU 13, 14, 16, Blork 28, Section 5
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave. Prince Rupert B.C.
[ IHE ATHENS-
- New Barber Shop (
3                  Try  oa once and you                  J
1                  will alwaya com. back                  1
) pehwis stowhwj
122 M Slreel   j
Oeneral Boperlntandent Mehas
is expaolad lo raUtni today from
n run up the lino on inspection
h.'iil. The new liinnel at Kitselas
is pinelieiilly*rendy for track laying and will open up a long
sti-eleh of grade beyond, toward
HaioltoDi
Have You Heard Biscay,
The gi-eiii labor lecturer <>f Canada. If nol you are missing
something. The I. W. W. has so-
.'iir.'.l lhe services of J. S. Biscay
for one week lo deliver a series
of l.'citiros ou .social, economic
nml labor questions. In order to
give every worker nn opportunity
lo tnke advantage of these educational lectures there will be no
charge for admission. The suh-
jeels and place as follows: Snl-
ui-.iiiy. i. \v. \v. iiuii, "The Slave";
Sunday, Majestic Theatre, "The
Scarlet Woman"; Monday, I. \V.
\V. Hall, "Might Is Right"; Tuesday. I. \V. W. Hall, "Legal Oppression"; Wednesday, I. W. W.
Hall, "History of Labor"; Thursday, �� p. in., L W. W. Hall, "The
Unemployed." All leoturee he-
gin at 8 p. m. except the last one.
im.VT MISS THIS.
BUILDING PERMITS
Parochial hall for Catholic
i.'hiiieh. Fifth avenue, to cost
'ttf.non.   Residence for Mr. J. II.
Hii.hi.li.   on   Fourth   avenue,  In
ooal i)i,ooo. Alterations to store
on Third avenue for D. (��. Kcyser,
i.i. Section I, First avenue, to
1600. Residential block for Allan
Campbell on Lois ? and 8, Blook
OOll *11,000. Residence on Tat-
low street for Mr. I). W. Morrissey, (.. I*..-I  -.'.oil.
Rev. Dr. Tomllnson to Speak.
Rev. Iir. Toiiilinsi.il, who hns
been aesooiated With Father Duncan for many yean iu the missionary work of the eoasl. will
speak on Sunday morning in the
���resbyterlan Hall.
f000*<><,0<K>0^>��><>0<>0^^
Christmas Giving
There is more than one article here suitable for Chel t
ing that will compel your Inspeotton and mm Sffigf1
Pjpeajmd
S^nokeriB7
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. speoia"
Peterson patent, meer.
sohaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders
pipe racks, smoking sets'
tobacco jars, ash trays, sil-
ver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars an. I
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
���STORE  WITH   RED   FRONT-
H. B. Campbell
��^&-lt^^^^^sissK*@^i^���^;^l3j����
Atl* .2
H^<*aa***^**T**A THE ���-*���-^���"-*i-������* irfc n-y^n a_
Geo. D. Tite's
i_
���^���"^������������^.���^.���f
I
������-~*~��.~   STORE   ���������~
shows the way to furnish your home with quality and economr.
$.4   For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful than a com-
*-- fortablo Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of gootl
Dining Room  Furniture,  Buffets,  China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs���leather seats
a
fij Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 j?'
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,   Rope Poitiers, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
SI For Good Values io Carpets and Rugs all sizes, Now is Vour lime lo Buy jjj
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Inl nn Park avenue, l��,000. Tcrmii or
***!*> ra.li, bai. I, j and 3 year.	
Lol II, Ulock ����, Section h prlro ��I,7��B.
I.iil mi Serniirt avenue, Blork S, Section I.
ror |6,*S0.   Oooil icrnn.
I.iil. *.1 ami 14, Dlock ��3, Section I, double
corner or Seventh sireet and Third avenue, ror ino.ooo. Thu double corner Is
lhe besl buy In Inxldc properly In llie
rlly.
I.ol ����, Dlock ��o, Seeilon !; price 1000.
Term, or �����!<��,no cash, bai. o. T. p.
I...i ��. lilnrk .11, Scclion ��i price �����.ino.
��1.1 r.o ra.h.
Lut. IS mil Id, lllork I, Secllnn ll price
*l.��r,0 earl).    One*third CSID.
I...M 15 and Id, Blork 0, Section 6; prlre
I..100 pair.
Pour int. un summit avenue lor ir.sr, mrli
LOU ii and I., Blork ��3, Secllnn 0; price
��.,ir.s.    equity mil.
Lol 1, Block ��0, Section (1, ���(.so... llnir
caxh. oiinparc this .ilTerinir wllh olher.-i
mi Sltlh avenue. Si-rllnn r.
���'n.. .!.!. IK. '.*��� m,w** *** Snellen I.
��r..r.o��. KtAt term.. '
I.ol*. i'i and JS, Blork 7, Section 8, ��l.soo
earh.    Hair ra��h. ' T '
Lol I. Block 11, Seeilon I, with six roniii
!*"'"?��� Mit%_ firm or isno ca.h.
bai  in r.. IK and is nionih��.
'"I,1.*. ,"1"'^   s-   "VHIB   '���   *llli   lioiiie;
ll.Jfio.    Termi. or |7f.n rami. bai. isti
per mnnlh.
Loll in and li, Block 0. Seeilon 7. tl 100
pair.    Triuin ******
LoU I and 0, Block SO. Serll.in *, |7r,0
,    Vm**    "" f.?"i', SB*.1*   *   *"���'���   '   >*<������**������
l.til. 33 and 31, Blork 3, Serllnn S, .318
earh.    W*�� lerniK.
F.MIM LANUS.
I ���.kilne. kllaumknliun and Btilklev vnllev
farm lands In lilnrk. lo sun |.urrhii��er
I (in   arre.   or   Crown   (trained   land   tm
I'orrber Miami: price ��3 per acre
���INSURANCE-
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIBD   AVENl'E
I GEO. D. TITE  -  The Home furnisher 1
��������� sit
8
*.**
THIRD AVENUE, PBONB 20
im*��*m3*��8��^^
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������......���. .................
r....w^.��...r....w.w.*>........����.�������
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors      Military Brushes      Travelling CttM
Manicure Sets Perfumes Toilet Waters
C H. ORME       .       -       The Pioneer Druggist
The ^-QrXCXrVL Store
Plot. Si
I
Honest Oysters For Our Customers I
Spot the "SealshJptleaM
-In-
Frizzell's
MEAT MARKET
And ask for Free Copy
of "Mark Twnin's lister Story," contain*
ing  delicious   Wipe*.
VV- .ell "SeaUhipl" Oy.l.ra
Fre.h From lhe Sea.  .  ���
���ABPETISINO AS OUR OTHER SPECIALTIES, ASK FOR-
"BROOKFIELD" Butter, Eggs and Sausages
THE BEST MONEV CAN BUY
Cambridge Sausages, Fresh Poultry, Turkeys,
Chickens and Green Vegetables
Si
SI
51
8
Si
8
��
���THE RIGHT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE���
Third
"       "       Avenue
��H -THE RIGHT GOODS A
I FRIZZELL'S
G8
S SOUTH   HAZELTON    *** buying lots at Hn��elton b. sure you Inve.t m ��j
3 ���WMSR_2__M_I.IW"           th.Om.lal and Only C.T.P.T.W..II. S
  All   I'rfrrr rnriti',,,   Fre** -m*,
== Port   C.Pnrdf*   *IH ** ***** WUm <>t British Colnmbla. 2
= *UI1  \��CWI_|C            Don't ml., your opportunity. rr.
= -LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF PRINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE- g
= 8NAP~LoU 1-2, block 31, Section 7, I860, only $300 cash ���=-'
1 Th. COLLART     .     225 6th Street     ���     Sdleflgenj -
������ "0XWI6                          Natural Resource. 8��urity Co., Ltd.                      ******.
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