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VOL. II,  NO. 297
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BIG STEAMER WAS SUNK IN
EARLY MORNING COLLISION
FRENOH   LINER ST.   PIERRE  MIQUELON  CRASHED   INTO   TMC  A.
BRITISH STEAMER KENWICK, SENDING HER TO THE
BOTTOM���THREE   FIREMEN   DROWNED
A MllDS I CHARLOTTE CITYSMA��� m mm ��*
IN THE JAIL AT NELSON
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Halifax, Doe. 28.���Tht. French
mail iteamer St. Pierre Mlquelon
..lived nt North Sydney tonight
having on board the crew of the
Briiish steamer Kenwiek. The
two iteamen were in a collision
uir Green Island, 100 miles easl
nf hero, thia moaning .'     .*������.-.
liniii   Innl   slruek ��� -.-,���
amidships,   Bending
boil..m bead forei I ��� i
ing down ilu ' .. *   ��� ���*.   i
men, win. wore -.-���       .     i*w n >
Tin- vessel iianl mme*
dialely.
r.��.'.i[, .   .hit a man,  ihot and KiileH Fifteen fear Old Japanese ��
.ir?  hrr.cn Xeyo Katsiiro ,n Fit of Jealousy
H-..R3E��ER THEN COMMITTED SUICIDE
LL THE  PRISONERS. THE  WARDEN  IND THE GUARDS HIVE
HID   TO   BE   VACCINATED   IND   PLACED   IN
QUARANTINE TODAV.
BIG STRIKE IN
COTTON TRADE
Master Spinners In Lancashire
Deolare a Lookout of 160,000
Employees���Row Over-Three
Men.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Dee. 28. ���Owing to Ibe
int H m of three workers who
joined a trade union the matter
spinnen have declared a lookout
ol ICO,000 employees iu Northeast Lancashire and the cotton
mills are idle. There is a fear
ul the strike extending lo other
industries. Tin* weekly wnges involved amount lo 11,300,000.
RESCUED THE CREW
Whaler Qrant  Has Foundered���
Crew Rescued  by  Faloon.
The fisheries cruiser Falcon arrived in port al 3 o'clock this
afternoon with the crow of the
whaler Grunt on board, whom she
Innl picked up in Hecate Straits.
The Grant is reported to have
foundered.
The Aeeault Case.
An eight days' adjournment has
I ii called for in the serious assault case about which the town
is talking. Thc evidence of Mrs.
C. D. Newton is required, and she
lias been sent for. She left Prince
llupert the nighl after the occurrence. Evidence of the girl principally concerned in the case waa
Liken yesterday afternoon. Her
stow is that she was in a dn/.ed
condition and that the assault
was repented. She wns in a
highly nervous state when giving evidence and was laken home
in n cab.
Warm, clean rooms at Savoy.
OHANOE FOR THE BEAR
On
Friday   Mongolia   Will   Pro
claim Her Independence.
(Special to Dally News.)
Pekin, Dec. 28.���Mongolia on
Friday will declare her independence from that time on and will
come under the inlluence of Rui-
sia, who may at any time annex
the country.
TRENTON IS FIRESWBPT
Completely
Ontario
Village   Is
Wiped Out.
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Dee. 28.���The village
of Trenton, on Lake Ontario, was
wiped out by fire last night.    No
particulars are available ns yet.
INDIANS WILL
BUILD CHURCH
New Roman Catholic Cr>uc.i*'.c*n
Planned for Babin�� l.��. ���. Qin-
trict��� Indian Worth,ooiei Tj
Erect Edifice.
.
From ib.- Rt    ���    .i-h.
sioii al  lialiim* Lak        ���  *
came last ��       '���!���-���
A Lailey, irchite ua
Catholic church in
in prepare p am   .  . -
lions for a plai
feci by .'. Ofeet,
In    the    IL.ma:     |
here, bui built i
cross after the
finest   cathedrals    f I ��� :
Like   11 ;-i
Idlest church in the ;
pi.sls   of   l||.'   We.-
the worship, rs   ���.     -
direction ol lhe ;   ��� - -.  ���
of ibe mlssioi
work.     Tie    i' i is
band.
MISS  SUTHERLAND  LEAVES
Presbyterian Deaconess To Ti��*i
Up Work in Fernie
Mi... Sutherlat d
excellent work in ���  -
Presbyterian deaconess a    ^^|
V ,*���   '..irrccr.   :.>r-.i..;i�� * I..��*',irl Scorned His  Attentions and   Refused   to  Accept
3.1-tatmaa Present From Him    Story of Oriental Love and Passion Has
a Ghaatly Ending in Quiet Little Spot on Graham Island
Special   ��� bhe Daily News by Wireless i
.   ..���������.ham Island- A shocking double tragedy occurred here on
Cuesdaj hen  tongjrCIrinannBi -Tho has been in business here, shot and
tilled Japanese girl named Keyo Katsuro. and afterwards killed
uiii***       :.  hie ai le reapon.
.. i. ' he result ot' jealousy. Gong had been in low with
the ittle *. pan ��� ������ | ri md had wen paying her attentions whieh she rejected, as
iin* tad mother md more Savored -uitor.
long lersisted in g taa attentions on the girl, and on Tuesday night
".*���,!.*���: ier,  airing v;th him ;i Christmas present for her acceptance.   Keyo refused
iccepl  he pi I    ��� m the Chinaman who in a fit of rage and jealousy pulled out a
���-���  '  a* md ihot ths pri  ���
"v ... '. le .- took effect, and the girl dropping to 'the floor expired
B��m '.i'i' p.,uries. P^aiizing what he had done. Gong at once turned the weapon
. i i- ���..:--..������:' .md hleyw hia brains oat
nosed a great serration in the peaceful neighborhood.
i-i: ia Presi Ds-vat -                 be pelt fa    te, and
tt   -Th- prii a- -       -  ��������� warden and
jail rti. guards have bean vaccinated.
h.*r..*    <*���          tara        I    I   :. A  ��� .-      f smaHpax hus il.o
' -           K bav- : - ��� -.-���:.���._ at Yaaroi mine.
Th-   \. ���       is .- verton.    Th-  mine  has  been
Thr.inas Hart, who was brought quai tnth
; her-- days  aco  frum Cran- 	
.   '. t -      : : .
��   He
B-?st
n town a*. Savor.
IF THE BUND
LEAD THE BLIND
FRANK MOBLEY
MAKES A REPLY
lid.    Newton Would    Not    Visit Tells   Deputation   That  He  Must
Morse    Creek Water    Sources. Have Assurance of General De-
Eut Cheerfully Takes Hearsay sire   Before   He   Will   Consider
Evidence to Condemn Supply. Matter Further.
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TSIMPSEAN LODGE ELECTS OFFICE-BEARERS
Masouic Banquet Was Held Last Night*--During Evening a Unique
Xmas Gift Was Presented to Lodge
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if.-     ���:  Hall  ia-it
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secretary
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sis.unl .,, llev. V. U    K ^
I-'ei'iiie.   The am
made yesterday
meeting <>f the Lad es Aid
Presbyterian church.
nre I was ' .|n->���.I il th.
ns Hiss Sutherland hat
herself ureal ly during hi i
i nlli. cily.
BEATRICE  BACK  AGAIN
Welcomed Heartily to Port With
Heavy Cargo of Xmas Mail.
- i*    \ :������     ksba It, J. D.;Isen, ami --     Lodges b> *W, y.
���!>*��<��� -  "          '   " ��� .'       A      - I' a Ing     \          .* Mil e feature
"���     "**       ���������*:*'-* r tbe be   iu.    raath   preieata-
I.  li   M                  -   guard; W. '
in.ii to *h.* rsimpsean Lodge of a
'                 mi till -a... duly '���""���               ���*���'*- '"*''" '���> th"
IU    i| .'.- *������'������>>">��'>** >���                '*' *nd in-
Ihers |       -- ���""""'   :' "���'-'""���"' lettering b>
I I.. Hi* ���   ,-���-. **������''������ U- Craig,    lh- gavel wai
Tb* loasl "f    I io- Orand I  dgi presented lo thi lodge.by Bcpth-
' it ���       .* ,   ,*. i i.  u  ii. ers p. w, Dowling, Si. m. ste.
i.   ii     r.     pi       ihat   of   tha phem and J, Christiansen as a
win L dg. by ���!. ��:hn-��� tn- Christmas itift.
Mors
.Id. Newton. H
- ���-* his own
be bad          iken the trip i-> m-
���   . tvailabh* ** it.
- uieone
t.    h -   rne-��tin{t
��� -       . ��� -
ibe i-h I the Mori
.,. ., joke.   City
...    . Mated
-
M    -            ^   : i  . <tr>res
- f water
, -���  ,r
f.-r fir>- protection or domestic purposes,      AM.  Jtewton'i
nformers   >���  ���    mistaken,   said
Col, Davi-.
"'      v da.  the deputation
mernency   water |   ���   tb.  u.,* .   \.. efation
">un|wan--:       m    Frank Mobley wttfa
TWO ROYAL RIVALS
Princess   May   Got   In  Only   Two
Hours Ahead of Prince Rupert.
the req    -     . ������ be allow himself
ma>"r.
In reply Mi   M iblej --ated that
he u ���      ��� ilder entering
th ���   a-  tbe candidate of
r ���'���  or interest.
He 'a sider the Invi-
if be  was   ��.ttisil<>d  that
��� desire "n the part
-  n general that he
- . non-party can-
facllonalism.
tl il Ibe tl.'pu-
.'���   s  large
Mr. M..bley
nn.I *        -1 '. m *    ... tin eon-
-i.|. :  thi      .��������� ���
TYPES OF CHINA'S NEW ARMY
  i'. li
Iciunej . mild.
Il.T      ��r||*,.||
perl liiirli.il' nfier her u
Her \i-ii was lhe more
ipprt'i'iiiletl i>.-i-....-���* -hi* brought
heavy   Xmas  mail   fr.nn   llin
I nml die iilil run ii I ry.
Heal rice i> niiebniiH
Ai '. p. iii. yestoi-doj the
Princess Hoatrici
In Prince llu
^^_  ..      nileiilniiali
��� Iran.Inn;.
ih
I'll.
Hie repnlr alipi
. bj
pell ou the repair nn|,*., bill
keel, stem nml rmlUur
wns all for
���   pulled   mil
her
lias a new
DobIs.   Her <*���*<>**"���
ward.    The  llralrl
llu- (Jneen . lllll i
last nighl fnr
Island--
lit
Scandinavians.
Don't miss the ilnnce in lhe K.
nf  P.   Hali   on   Snlurilny   nighl.
Orny's   on-hestrn   will   play.     -1
t*nnd progrnm ami refreanmonw.
ncntlcmcn *t.50; ladles free.    SI
LOSS OF LAW-UIT
Wm. Douglas Demands That Olty
Olear Dump Off Hie Lots.
William Di.iiKiiiH applied I" Ibe
Cily Council lusl night  poromp
lorily   request ing   thai   lho   mi"
terial dumped on bis loll '���> NV "'
son, tho Bohlraolor r<"' B *****
nvenue across the JunoUOlit I"' >***
moved by  the city.    This  Is nil
outcome   of   lho   reeeiil    IiiwmiiiI
The letter was referred  10 ll"'
City Bolioltor.
MEN ON STRIKE
UP THE SKEENA
iiridpe Bulldlnfl ***""*
Welch  and �����"������*' N
���t   skeona   m��er  **
witfics In Dlipute
,,r F.'ici
Men  OUl
l-OSSH'.l
>
O, M
ii. wire
Sie.l.'I.H*       v
oal bram-li *****
ilrlkr hn��l ���
lhe In il
SI nn  "',
Uwislvi-r.
oil lu  M-
S Art       N
able, hid H
Officers atit) .*r>*�� of the prince
Itupert ar.- nibilant aver the
achievement ..f th-.* boat on 'he
Xmas trip south. Although the
Princess May left at 9 a. m. on
the same day the Hupert reached
Vancouver only two hours behind
the blue ribbon now. as she had
Hie Ma>. Th.* llupert is claiming
lo coal "ii the way touth, while
.. Maj i- an oil burner. There
mx- no special conteil on, bow-
��� \.*i. ami Ihe re-ult of lhe business will he kener rivalry than
.-...���i in tween lhe crack boats.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Five  Conservatives  Returned
Acclamation.
by
Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Cbarlottetown.'Deo. 28.���At the
nominations for ihe Prince Edward [stand l.e-rislaiuie yester-
<i.i. Ave Conservatives were re-
imu...I bj acclamation, including
Premier .Maltiie.-oii.
NOTIOE
.\ u ling of Hie Proper!) Ow��
���   -    \ lalion of Prince Itupert will in- held   in   lhe Preiby-
cburcb hull ..ii Pourtfa ava,
��� n Iriilay. lhe -.'iitli Dec., at 8 p.
in. aii members nml Intending
members are requested to be pre-
-ent for the purpose of recun-
iin'iidiiiH t-aii.li.lnles for Mayor
ami Alderman, The nun.ial fee
i�� 11,00, Enrollment of member- wilt take pluce.   Everybody
Should come. .11
ATE POISONED FISH
Forty Homeless Men Are
Berlin.
In
(CaaadtU i-;- - i*. -, ..��� i. i
Berlin, Dec "8.���As a result of
��� aimi.- putrid i -li to aiiKiuent
their frugal meal of soup and
I.ca.I whieh Ihey had partaken
of ni tlie municipal lodging house.
forty homeless men are dead and
forty   others   are   III,     Some   of
Ihem will tii.-.
Pantorium
Phone 1.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
il    :l"
In i.l' '
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iu  l-rinri
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DANCI
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Cap's Oraokerjaok.
Captain Babington is .* .* below Willi Hie lluperl on Thursday
nighl,    While ill Hie south he Will
-elect   Hie   lllllll)!-  nml  eipilplui'lil
for ilis new launch, whioh is in be
i. rrackerjacki
Rover Still Roves.
Cnplaln Norman limndbursi is
up   the   skeena   river   with   the
Hotel al present  The launch will
return   Wllh   a   couple   of   -cows,
weather permitting,
Who wilt cnier for the mile
rhnniplnnship of Prince llupert
...I roller skateil Will H, M.
i... ��� ngaln stand dofeal.'   En-
nn - ,.t the skiiliim rmk.
Has Hsd Cruel Luck
\ft.T fifteen N.\ir�� trail biasing
a- i pioneer on then coasts Fin-
hj M i Scotchman SI yenrs
.    . deitllute ud 111.   Thi
��ell  Uke st.ps l.< bring
.* the notioe of th*
tVWntakHl  siilher'.tics.
HAD A TRAGIC END.
Prominent  M.  on   Expires   at  a
Banquet In His Honor.
*.'.ii..nil.in Press Despatch.)
Montreal. Dec. *AH. While cn-
honor at si. Johni last night
joyiiic n Masoiii.' banquet in his
Allen Austin, it member of the
Hoyal Viclot'in LodgO, became
suddenly ill nn.l expired almost
Immediately,
Mr
I ki
Prim
ami Mrs. Marsh have
tl for Ibe soulh by the
��� Rupert's N.-w Year trip.
Police Circles Quiet.
.Neither Chief Owen of the Prn-
vlnolal force nor chief Vioken of
Hie municipal police bad anything
io report lo lhe press this morn-
Ing.
41,288  IN  COMOX-ATLIN
Latest Census Returns Show Population Has Doubled.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Ottawa, Dec, l-S. The latest
i*oi*i*eiieil census returns show
thai Comox-Atlin tins it.288 Inhabitants. There are 30,195
male- and   ll.nsi.'l  females.    The
population  in the  toot  census
was .-iil> '.'1,157.
I    M   Pavis is going soulh by
the PrinM Hupert Umight. ���ijma*mmt*a\am .���������������UNM-IM
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Su     Daily Edition.
Thursday, Dec 28
A CALL TO FRANK MOBLEY.
Without casting any reflection, on any other candidates who
are in the field for mayor, The News i- expressing the wishes of
a large number of ciliiens in hoping Hint lie can see his way to
accept ibe invitation to run ior mayor.
Apart from Hi.- fuller experience of municipal administration
that Mr. Moblej possesses over lhe other gentlemen whose names
have been mentioned, In- acceptance of ofllce would mean an end
to the feud? thai have rent lho citj in the past and which are in
danger of being carried over into next year's council.
Alderman .Newton lia- exceptional aptitude for lighting.
Tin.- he admits, and despite his protestations to the contrary
would probably rather tight than aat any day. But however
valuable a man may be aa ;i lighter there comes a time when a
doctor is more useful. Thai is pretty much lha position of Prince
Rupert at present Instead of a lighting mayor for 1012 we
need a mun who understands the value of the iron hand encased
in a glove of velvet
Mr. Mobley has ability, character and experience. He is
not the representative of anj particular faction, nor would he
consent to be. II.��� i- a Iralj representative citizen, in whom
all classes hnvc confidence.
The present would be .< g I lime for all purties to call a
truce to hostilities, before the campaign develops, and offer the
united support thai alone would entice Mr. Mobley to re-enter
public life.
WHY NOT TAX BACHELOR8?
  /-
If one of Ihe mayoral candidates will not look upon it as an
underhanded attack upon himself, The .News would like to suggest that a tax <>n bachi lora would be a very equitable law to
introduce int.. British Columbia. The married man is already-
taxed at every turn. Il>- . aiiimt buy Ilis latest baby a pair of
boots willioul ibe -laic an.I lhe trusts iqueeaing their quota out
of the little purchase. On his butcher, groceryy and clothing bills
he is taxed to (he lum! of lhe living wage. As a householder he
cannot evade In- responsibilities toward the municipal treasury.
The siiggestii.n of a lax nn bachelors is revived by Dr. Mayer,
the Austrian Finance Minister, who has evolved a number of new
taxes in order to meel a threatened deficit of $20,000,000.
The two thief items of increased expense are the rise in the
payment of tlie state officials, including the railway employees,
who recently tlir.-aleii.il b general -Ink.', and lhe increased expenditure on military and naval armaments. The Minister of
Finance pr.ipi.M-- In obtain $15,000,000 bj .in increase of indirect
taxation.   The excise dntj on brandy i- to be raised by more than
60 per cent.   The lax on lager I r i- to be raised by about 40
per ..-ent.. and the tax on champagne is al-n to be raised.
The income from direct taxation i- only expected to yield
$5,000,000 more than before, Iml there are several points of
interest in the new Imposts. Phe progressive income tax on large
fortunes is to he in.-re.i-e.l In a maximum rates of 0V4 per cent.
Further, the so-called "bachelor lax" ii to be introduced, hy
which person- who have no one to maintain*bul themselves have
to pay a surtax of 15 per cent >>n their income tax, while those
who have to provide for one ..Hier person���e. g., a childless
married man���mu-i pay 10 per eenl extra.
A new -..ur.'.' ni income for lhe -late is an 8 per cent, tax
on all liets made with l��...ktii..k.-i- at races. This and an increase
in the exi-lmg -hare lhal lhe stale l..xe- in Ihe prollt of the pari
muluel, ur lolalisateur, il expected to bring in an additional
$500,(1011. The fee- p.t>.title nn iii-iii-ance policies and the tax
mi the remuneration ol iiuiip.ni> director! arc also to be increased. Finally .tbe introduction of * match monopoly is proposed.
The Finance Minialer, who Ihm grouped up celibacy with
brandy and belling, lUCC I- in keeping the public in thc dark as
to whether he I..ok- on cellbac) as ��� < luxury [ikl the one or a vice
' like the other. H would certainly be provocative of good results
in Prince Rupert, whichever way it worked,
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
AND
SHOE
HOUSE
Corlirs Coon Collars
Harry Smith
3rd & 7th
t\^THAM
"       Railroad
��
watches
Watches
All kinds of
watches of decidedly
r e .1 ii c e d prices.
Largest slock In
I 0 W ti of Howard
watches. Exclusive
ng.-nls for South
Bend watches. Regular $8 parlor clocks
for ��.1.25.
Phone Blaok M*
J��M��. Mussallem &
Co.
423
Fifth Ave. Eul
For Rent
Four-roomed House  $15.00
Four-roomed Cottage $15.00
IN   SECTION   SEVEN
Three-roomed  Cottage
partly furnished $20.00
IN SECTION  SIX
A  few  cheap lots  for Hale on
easy payments
CR. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND AVENUE - - I'RIS.*.-: KIPERT
PAPERHANGING
SOLOMON'S 8AYINOS
���AND
HIGH CLASS
SIGN  WORK
OUR SPECIALTIES
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
P.O. BOX 120 I'HONE 160 GUEEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
WE BUY EVERYTHING
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT F.IIiHTII STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  FIRST   CLASS BAH   AND   DINING
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It is said, the easiest word to
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sighs stuck together.
Tact menus looking tho other
way when a man hits his thumb
with a hammer.
It is easier to believe in fairies
llian to buy suppers for one.
A Vancouver man as he reached
the altar found he bad a hunter's
license and not a marriage license. He must have taken her
for a deer.
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
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All accounts and correspondence addressed to
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
New
Knox
Hotel
SlK.li. Land District    District ol Cu-iv
Take notln thst llarb.it McLennan ol Vancouver. 11. C, occupation real ctslc agent, InUnds
to apply lor permiaalon to purebaaa tin* followine
desenbed lands:
Commencini at a poat planted at the con-
tluenco ol Illackwaur nver with tb. Nau nv.-r
about tivo miles .outh ol tb. sixth Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Port markad H. M. N. E.
Comer, th.no* 80 ehalm aouth, tbence 80 chains
weat, tbane. 80 chains north, thane. 80 chains
vast to poinl of commencement, containing 640
acre, mora or leas.
Daled Sept. 23. lit 1       HERBERT Mrl.KNNAN
Pub Nov. 1.
i-k.r'iia i in.i District���Dialrlcl of Quern
Charlotte Islands.
TltS notice nm Alfred McOn-gor, of
Vleturii, H C, occupation broker, .mentis
to apply lor permission lo lease the roi-
luuiug described lands:
��� in iiuii' in- al a post planted aboul
un. ��� ��� iinai-i. i- of a mile southwest rrom
llie southwest rorner or Lot im*. Massci
Inlii. Ihcnre easl rorty chaini. ib.ncc
..niiili io the north boundary or Lot 16(7,
ibence wesl one hundred chains, more or
ISIS,   llience   norlh   ninety  chains,   thenre
Skeena laud Dislrict���District or Casslar.
Take notice Ibat I, Jatuea I, .ullcrluu,
or  \ am oiner, u. c,., occupation engineer- i ���
:ug student, iiiltnd lo apply roi permission < ���������*���<  **> ""* bearh, thence along beacb  lo
lo iri.i.iu-,- the rulluwiug Li*-' t.ij. d lands: ! I    or   commencement,   conlainlor   six
���  'inlii. i,r in,- at a post planted it chains   nuiutri'il and rorty acres   (640), more or
easl or ,\aas luver aud 4u cbaius aouib or   less,
pic-euipilon   .No.   311*    [SEC*,   ibeoce   40 AI.FRKD M'OREOOn.
cbains nortn, tbence it chains wesl, llience Oeorre* Younr. A|vnt.
4u chains soulb, following llie .Vaaa Illver;'     Haled Nov. IS, ion
BESNER &  BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox  Hotel ii run on  the European
f'lan.    Flrat-elaas service.   All tbe Latest Modern
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FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block'
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the order in the city
sre requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
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LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dliuict-Dlatrlct ot Coast Range 5
Tak. notice that we the undersigned. Alfred
Christian Garde and Wm. M. Johnston of Prlne.
Rupert. B.C., occupation mining engineer and
proepector. InUntl to apply for permiaalon to
leaae the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted 1-4 mile eau ot
the Tree Statlon.O.T.I'.Ri-.Station and approximately 27 mllea east of I'rlnce Itupert. thence north
4ti chains, thence east 2n chains, thence south 26
chains more or less to railway grade, thence
westerly 26 chains more or less following said
grade to point of commencement and containing
70 acres or leis.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN OARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. 23. KU
Pub. Dae. 6, 1011
NOTICE
.Nolice Is hereby given lhat an application will i.r made lo the Legislative As-
srinbly or lhc I'rovlnrc or British Columbia
ai Us not session ror an act amending
Seeilon 3 or the British Columbia A Alaska
iiaiiM.i. Art, loio (Ch. 66, Statutes or
llrlllsli Columbia, 1010), by slrlklnr out
all llie words after Ihe word "Columbia"
In Line 10 or said Section and substituting
Iherelor  llie  rollowlns:
"And or rrom Fori Oeorge In a northeasterly direction to the valley or the
Parsnip Illver by way ��r Fori McLeod,
Ihence along the Parsnip Illver lo a junction wiih Un- Pesos Hlver, thence along
lhe valley or lhc Finlay River Ihrourh
-irinii Pass, (hence down Ihe stikeno
Illver lu a Jiinrilon with the main line at
Telegraph Creek; also powers to build
branch lines elllicr through ihe Pine River
or Peace Illver passei Io lho eastern boundary or British Columbia, or by way or
llie most fi-n-iirir- mule, or in lhe alternative liy ihe most feasible route between
I vl.nii ami Teslln lake, also to build rrom
a poinl on salt! Ilm> of railway lo the CHy
of Vancouver or Irom lhe city of Vancouver in a pniiti mi said line, by the most
feasible roiife."
And ruriher, Tor an act extending the
lime within whlrh lhe company has to
- 'iniiii' nn* construction and eipend les per
rem or lis capitalization.
Daled at Victoria, B. C, this Mb day or
December,  10-11,
ROBERTSON * IIEISTEIIMAIV,
Solicitors ror llic Applicants, tbe British
Columbia k Alaska Railway Company.
Ihence it chain*, cast lo poiut or coin-
iiienceiiKiil; containing Ko acres, more
or  les-..
J.  T.   FLLLLIlTO.V.
II. II. -i. nu i. Agent.
Daled I'riucc Ituperl, Dec. II, lllll.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
Skeena  Land   District���Dlalrlct  or   Coaat,
li .ti..   6.
Take notice tbat I, Abraham II. Barber,
or Prince lluperl, B. C, occupallon miner,
ml. inl lu apply ror peruiiasiou lo uuichise
the following described laud.-.
Commencing al a pout planted al tbe
southwest comer or a small island aboul
iwrmy-llve (US* chains uortb and two it)
chains east ol Ihe nurlbwesl comer or Lol
Itll, Range i, coast Dislrict, Porcher
Island, Ihc-uce Mlowiug the shore line in
a northeasterly direct.ou about twenty
(SO; chains lu lhe iwtih end ur the 1.-111111
llu mi- iu a souihw.sterl*, direction alung
Ihe shore llll..' about lu. 11 ty (Sol chains
i" Hie point ur coiiiuieticiiiieni, being au
island containing about .orty (401 acres
more ur less.
, * ABRAHAM II. BARBER.
Dated Dec. Clh, lllll.
Pub. Dec. 1).
Skeena  Laud  District���Dlalrlct  or  Coul,
Hange t.
Take nuiice Ibat I, Dagubert Aurlol, or
.Nauaiuio, B. C., occupation miner, inieutl
lo apply tor permission to purchaie the
rulluwiug .1. .-nil..,1 ianda:
Commencing al a post planted al the
southeast corner ol lot 4484, Ihence soulb
4u chains, ihence w.-st 4U cbains, ihence
ii-ri iii 40 chaina, Hence cast 40 cbalm to
point ur commencement, containing loo
acres, more or less.
DA00BBAT AURIOL,
Fred t. Cowell, Agenl.
Date Nov.   I'.11,.   1.11
Pub. Dec. v
skeuna   Land  District��� Dlalrlct or  Coait.
Ring.  6.
Take nolice  lh.11  I,   Theodore  Mchalla, ;
driver, or Victoria, li.  c, cin., Intend 10
apply for permission :. purchase the rulluwiug described land,.
Commencing ai a pual planted at Ibe
souihwesi corner or Lol .No. -.87, Ihence
easl so chains, theme luulb 40 chains,
ilu ii'. wesl 4u chains, Ihence soulh 40
��� iieiin-. Ibence west 40 cbains, ibenco nortb j
su 1 ii.iin- io poiui of comnicuccincnt, con- '
laming 480 aires, more ur less.
TlltonuRt   Mi.HAI l.i,
Fred t. cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct. 31, mi.
I'ub. Dec, t,
-k.eiiu   1 .m.l   Dlsliiii -District  of  Coasl,
lake nolice ihat 1, Paul Curtlas, clerk
or Vlclorie, intend lo apply ror permlsilon
10 pUI-eblM lhe rulloutug deacribed lauds:
��� "lulu, if in.- ai a put planted un Ibe
can boundary and about live (61 chains
rrom ihe southeast nrner or Lot 4484,
[bonce norih so chains, Ihence easl 30
chains, thence suuih 00 cbalm, thence wesl
3U chains lo puint ur 1 ommciiccmeiii, cull- ,
talnlng ISO acrei, inure ur less.
PAUL CURTIS3.
Fred E.  Cowell, Agent.
Daled ocl. 31, ion.
Puh. Dec. u.
skeena   Land   iu*tiid  .District   ul   Coasl, I
Mange 6.
Take nolice that I, Mlchas llegsnls, cook,
or victoria, B. c, Intend lo apply for permission   to   purchase   Ihe   rollowlns   de- <
si Tibet! lauds:
��� ...lum. in iiik at a post planted on tbe
porta side or Williams Creek, where the
klllni'il branch ol the O. T. P. Ry. crossei
Williams creek, and aboul ten (10) chains
Irom Uie Greek shore, Iheuce south 30
Chains, Ihence east 40 chaina, Ihence norlh
10 chains, llience west 40 chains to point
of commencement, cuntaining 180 seres,
more or less.
MP.HAS   UK'.A.MS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agenl.
I .llu!  Oct.  .11,  1011.
Pub. Dec. (.
Skeena   Land  District���District  or  Coaal,
llange 6.
Take nolice lhat I, Samuel Bellteei,
gardener, or Victoria, Inlend to apply ror
permission lo purchase the following dc-
-r 1 iiuii lands:
Commencing ai a posl planled on the
norih side or Williams Creek, about ten 1
' li un- back rrom the creek bank, and
slum I uny chains southeast rrom where I
Ihe klllnm branrh or the 0. T. P. right-
of-way crosses Williams Creek, thenre
���.'mill 40 chains, thence cast 40 chains,
thenre nurlb 40 chains, Ihence west 40
chnins to point or commencement, conlalnlng  100 acres, more or less.
3AMUKL BEILTEES.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct, 31, ISII.
Pub. Dec. xi.
Skretm   Land   Dlslrlcl- District   or   Queen
CharloUe Islsnds.
Take noUM lhal Ellen Marlon Young, or
Victoria, 11. C, occupallon spinster, intends
lo apply for permission in purchaso the
rollowlng  descrilied  lands:
��� "10111. in tun al a lmm planted at Ihe
snlilhensl ruriicr nt Lot I Mill, Ihence west
in the DorlMStt corner or Lot ills, ihcnre
soulh to beat ii. Ihence along beach to
noini or commencemenl, containing one
hundred and rour (104) acrea, mure or
less.
EM.K.V  MARION  YOCNO.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
Daled ,Nov.  16, 1011.
Pub. Dec. 16, 1011.
���ub. Dec.
skeena
16, ISII.
Land   Dislrict���District   or   Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Tske nonce thai Arthur Tremalne, or
Saanlrh, D. C, oceupailon rarmer, ini.nds
10 apply ror permission lo lease Ihe foi-
lowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planled al tbe
���otltbSSSI corner, beinr eighty cha'as south
of Ihe ne.rtiiw.-ii corner or Lot 1666, Mas-
sel Inlel: Ihence West r.o 1 v chains, thence ,
north eighty chains, Ihence easl rorty
chains, ihence soulh eighty cbains tu tne j
Solnt <>r commencement, containing ibree I
.mil. ,1 and iweniy acres (390). mora or
���ss.
ARTHUR  TREMAJNE.
Oeorre Young. Agent.
Dated Nov.  1:,. tail.
Pub. Der. 16, ISlt.
Skeena  Land  District���District  of  Queen
CharloUe Islands.
Take notice that Malcolm Wrighl Young,
��r -....inch. B. C, occupallon larmer, la-
tends 10 apply ror permission 10 lease tbe
rollowlng desrrlbed lands:
Commencing ai a post planled at the
southeast corner, being aboul one mile
easl or lhe northwest corner or Lol Its I,
ihence norlh In ihe suuth boundary or
Lot 1660. Ihence west to the easl boundary
or Loi 166O, ihence south along the said
boundary to the southeast corner or said
1 "i 1660, thenre wesl along said boundary lo the east boundary or Lot i:t(.
Ihcnre snulh along the said boundary to
the nonh boundary or Lot I SIS, tbence
������a-1 lo the northeast corner or Lot 1168,
ihence north lo lhc northwest corner of
Lm ir,6l, ihence east to the poinl or commencemenl. conlalnlng sli hundred (600)
acres, morc or less.
MALCOLM WRIGHT YOUNO.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
Dated Nov.  16, mn
Pub. Dec. 18, toil.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
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the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
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BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When a man's time is worth
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thc cost of a drink habit cure
he is not going to drag along
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days taking a treatment when
hc can gel a cure in three days,
willioul hypodermic injections,
ami In* surrounded with every
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The treatment consists of
Ihe internal administration of
a harmless remedy, tonic io
its action, that removes lhc
oravlng for liquor in a verj
few hours.
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#J Companion, 144 Berkeley Si.,
Host..11. Mass. New subscriptions
1 iM-il nl  this olllce.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Love Princs Rupin Thursday al 8:30
p. m., Die. 2lit ana 28.h. arrlilna In Vancouvar aarly Saturday morning, Dae. 23d
and 30th.
MAKE   VOUR   RESERVATIONS   EARL*
Phona 260
SS. Princa John ror Stewart 10 a. m.,
Dae. 20th and 27th.
Promt  ichadula  will  remain  In  .Sect
until above dalai.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanitrwlol.
Trains leave Prince Kupert nt 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Kupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Chrialmaa viait Eaat travel
via thc Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
(rom Chicago. The finest and best
-. r*. i.v over Double Track Rout*.
Connections with all roads Kast and
West. Atlantic Steamship booking*
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from thc office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AtiKNT
New Illinois Law Will  Help  Deserving Widows and Orphans.
Chicago, Deo, 28, The new
stale law pensioning deserving
i i' mothers with families became operal Ive tins month. Forty
mothers, most "i Ihem widows
uml Hit' soli' BUpporl of Unit many
Brood nf children, roooived
chocks for amounts ranging from |
slH to si.n. Tho distribution of
ihis money brough happiness in
n hundred hearts from which 11
stands off hunger and oold.
The Pension aci allows $5 lo
(10 a iiniiiiii for eaoh child.
Nearly nil lho mothers wore lear-
fullj grateful. Tho pension allows I It. * ii i I.i keep lhe family together and exercise the care
i ssar)  for growing children,
Tho deserving mothers and
ihiiili'i'ii are Investigated by officials ..r the Juvenile Courl.
Whon ih.- home Influences aro
i'.nin.I in he good ami tht' mother
deserving the money is paid to
tin- molhor. Before Hi<- law was
passed lho mothers who found ii
impossible lo support Iheir children turned ihem over to the
Juvenile Courl nn.l lhal institution placed iIts-iii in oilier homes.
I'm- llie support of eaeli child llie
county paid 810 a n th in lhe
new homes. Tho pension law
authorized the oounly to leave the
children wllh Hie parent and pay
ihem Hie 'i" n un.nib rm- each
child.
The stale has nol appropriated
am money, but lhe law empowers
tin uni) tn hand lhe money in
ihe parent Instead of taking the
.'Inlii an.l paying strangers ror iis
cure.
Help Him to Save.
Generally ii arises rrom pure
thoughtlessness, hut all lho same
ili.<
ia
nn undoubted rod lhal
��� often Mi.' limii of
  tlml her wedding da)
delayed.
���vers   are   pi'ovorbiall.v   gen-
liven  in  reeling  thai   lha
best is iml g I ,*ii,tugh for
tn   It,iv
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Ham
lull:
I.
ITUII
Ver*.
Hie beloved, and wishful
stall her overy desire,
Now all litis I. vorj charming
innl delightful, nml juat as il
should bo; hul lhe girl who is u*.
wise ns s-lt.* is loving will oon-
Irlve without m tho least hurting lus iivhngs in holp her
lover to sii\i'.
Sho won't express Ihoughlloss
I wishes In very now plnv Hint
comes out, mui she will contrive
in make him bolievo thai sn far
from pleasing hor, very expensive
i gifts actuallj gi\e her pain.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
l.itw Butler Building       Phone No. 280
I'rince Runert P.O. Box 351
ILFRBD CARSS, 0.  V. HENNRTT, B.A.
nf ltritir.li Columbia >.f HC. Ontario, Saa-
innl Manitoba l.i.rt-. kutcltewan   and  Al-
iM-rta Bars.
carss & bennett
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
n|tic,'-Kx.*1iiiti��.- liliK-k. cornur Third avenue and
Sixtii ..tn.et. I'rince Ruoert. S
WM   S. HAl.L, L. D.S., 0. U.S.
IlENTIST.
Crown ami Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ili'irttil ee|i..rutleens skilfully I routed. Gas nnd
locul iintuellictt.*. miminintcrcl for the painless ea-
trtii'tiinurf teeth. Consultation free, nili***".:
Hi'lk-crsieti ItleM.-!;. Prince Ruoert. 11-12
SCOTCH   MUFFINS
AI.'x.M.Mitii-eein ll.a..     W.K.Willlams,.l.A..L.U.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Banisters, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Kupert, B.l
p. o. HOX XX
PRINCE RUPERT
Scotch Muiiins - Weigh one
pound of flour, a quarter of an
ounce of snilii. hull' an ounce of
cream of larlar, one ounoe "f
bullor, ono ounoe of Bugar and
half a gill of milk.   Divide into
f -. mould up, roll out, wash
with egg uml let -land for twenty
iiniiiiii���-. ltiike iu a Iml oven:
when ..-I  Iiuii over.
A Nov. i bc of sini,. Bread-   A
i* i we*, lu use up odd pieces of
stale bread i- lo make cheese
.nl,.'. iiiiiie Buflloienl in make a
quarter of n pound of crumbs,
pom- over ilu'iii .mt' and a half
ounces ..f melted bullor ami o
quarter of �� pint of hot milk.
1,'enve nil cold. Then beat well
au.I a.1.1 nue ami a hair ounces of
currants, nnd a a half ounces of
sugar anil two eggs woll beaten .
I.in.' -nun. pally-Una wiih pastry,
i.iii a litlle of tin' mixture in each
nu.I l.ul,.' fm' twi'iilv minutes.
Till -������ milks* delirious chee-e
cakes at a vers -mall oost.
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL IH' WM. FOX.IN, KSg.. A.H.A.H.. I-ON., BNS
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MEItt'ANTIl.E    Af.ENfY
COLLECTIONS ANI) REPORTS
Fire, Lile und Accident Insurances
i.l- llrtl Avenue Phone-.inl and Green 26:
PRINCE RUPERT
A.  M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SAIIIH.ERV   MANUKACTIIREK
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between Hill, unci 11th Sit
III ItHV  I I'     .<���>.'> i-MII.I*
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave
Hotel Central ��3-81*3 <
LAND PURCHASE NOTIGE8.
COO" LIVER  Olt-
Skeena Und Ulslrlcl-ll-itn�� ol Coa.1 IUn|e 6
T.k"   nulie >l.��l  L��'-"*  *���'*, 222 "'tiiZS
llui-... II. C, occupatiun ci.,1 eniln".. *****
... Sm lor |.ermlssioB tn puichs��' llie l...lo��lni
el.MlllH.-'l    ISn.il* ,   ., ,
Culiiinucliil si a ,.,.11.1.11..*.. ���'-'".���''-.1' ���
in a MrUiartJ tllfalttW Irom .he MM *****
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wm xo bsnk ol fiver. Ihence south ���*���'����'"��
TsTik 'Il '!*�� to I'olnt ol commencement: eon-
talninl l��i arm. mura ol lam, ,;|tANT
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,. *,-EST a"".' ,m*m J ���"'< J_2! ":
��1^S?pW*S-S xo eurcha- the ttS**.
(ro���,   lhe  7lhe��t   corner   o.   &**. ^J
���r,1"" ,, ec. M Hisin. north.' Oxtm* ��.��^
*'��� ' ,   ���, re  tir. chsin.  .outh  1"  l-olnl  "I   com-
Data- ' ctnlier II. Ilii
I'uh. Sb��.*<
daaerlbad Unds ���i��,,iel  at   U" *-�����
( unnnriiciint  ��<   **    '   ' JK"ffi- tj,er. almul
le��o milt*, s.i.nli .ruin m. "i��> ' ���    w    (,������,,,,
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UsInlSilrl���!"'*-1'1-"'
1-uh. Nov. 2.
ske,nn up. iH-tri'i <I!*;;;,S foWvi*
Tnkl. MUM Hi",   i '"'"���" JSSStSr. in.-nil.  to
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l,��� miles .niilli ol *\f ""ft V (, Ccnef, l*an��
c.hln.   Pelt ...ark-rl '���*\���   f,,,,,, We,l. UmM *~
So ch.in..;;"' ���'' 7 ,rc, I1,' .��t ... .'""!' ���;'
chains snulh, """Z.Mnll *** *""*" *""'**.."!,\Tf
commenceineiil. r"i;'fj���fAS AHrilt li WHITl
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B.C. Cosst service ��� Famous  I'm cess
Line
Princess Beatrice
Saturday, December 30th, al 9 a.m
For Victoria. Vancouvar and Seattle
J. C. McNab - Ctnaral A.m
Advertise in
The Daily News
B ii ipMUl anc) AmpHcKn lilan, at��am
In ii��*.|. m.-lirn ninv��*ni-pnc����a. **__�����*���
*! -tnnfj ."iM-rday.
Proprialor
l     E.   EBY   A   Co.
RFAL  ESTATE
kii-iiiiil.etliiiii I.an l For Sale
KITSI'MKALUk . H   ('
Chimney Sweeping and Furnace Cleanii
Prepare for winter by getting your fm
nnct-s und flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
I'l.tlail fkisisn imp Addifi.   Ks.i Hltal. I
I'HONE"!
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Kmbalmar
rilAHUia REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
OPEN DAV AND NICHT
SEE HIM SMILING
"Hurry  Up"  Yost Has  Got  McMillan Back Again.
(..nidi Vi.��t of Hi'*  Ann   \ili r
College lm*  hiiil ii I'i.'lui I  hi*
liinii.ti- -mile l:ik>ui. nml sporting
wriii'i. aro w loring whal it all
means    Thoy Hunk the) have H"-
i uu, Bhorly" McMillan. 008 Of
Ho' besl i|hiiiiirluick- In iVmorloa,
lit- returned lo lhe oollege lo
|i ,i. :..i llic i.'inn.
HAYNER BROS.
INIlElirAKElL-i un KMIIAI.MKKS
funeral   DlfMMI
Inl Av.   near ...I. S. Ph.rue No. M
Dsted Sep.. M. PU'
i rub Nov. II.
PONY EXPRESS
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I" <e*.-���... St -. ,*,��� nn.1  K.erwanllna Aa*entl.    Por
Itltf. e.r M.....I Car .lay .H* nlaht
i-ii.b Ave. nn.l Pull..ti
I'lr.rre   VI
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Let ui ba-i V-JJ thi m),i:y I�� bay or  bail J ,n JfJOUM  ot pay oil a mr)rtKnge.
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block. Third Avenue. Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver. B. C.
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free I .ibnr Bureau in Connection
Phon. 17- lut Ave   and 7th St.
t.EO. BRODERIUS. Proprlat*.
Little's NEWS Agency
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iijai:.-  ii  TOBAC008 ll  FRUITS
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NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
I  ,. lu.ive   Agent, lor
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Wishing you the Compliments of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
.i.ivvM.,,1
We are not going to carry them over, but have decided to
sell at a price that will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Seoond Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 62.
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-THERE ARE NO *'DEAH ONES" HERE���
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THAT LABOR TEMPLE
Request for a Site Referred to
Special Committee.
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $-15 to $88, Other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE  ALL   YOU   NEED   IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
���d A.
Telephone 10
���WAMAA^AAVAV^^^v^A^^VyyVyyV^yyUy
The newly formed Trailes and
Labor Council of I'rince Hupert
requests Irum the eity a site for
B Labor Temple. Alderman Hil-
tlilch, expressing grout sympathy
Willi the purposes of legitimate
orgunized labor, suggested that a
site be granted on the lands held
by lhe olty in fee simple from the
Cl. T. P. He moved that a committee be appointed to consider
the matter. Aldennan Newton
pointed out thut two temples
Might bo necessary on account of
affiliation problems with lhe labor
organizations. Aldennan Hilditch's motion curried, and the
.Mayor named Alderman Hilditch,
his seconder, Aldeman Douglas,
nnd Aldennan Cluyton to form
the committee.
It Is The Trained Nan or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
^���*��_-.-
To fit your son or daughter for n b tsinsss   career you must g.
them a business training   Tbe besl plaee to send them to is th
ive
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1 Nanaimo Business College
ga_______^_��p__ga&;
It it the  nearest  In - ���
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops tbt
individuality of the pupil,
Room and board is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
are sway from the .listrnr*
tiont of the larger eilies   :
Oi. i-xie-ad cwrw isda-ln lab* is
The lien Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English and Letter writing
CommsrdsJ Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
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Atk at Daily Newt forour book let teaching how to wite thorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry. Principal Nanaimo, B.C.
Happy Children.
Two seasonable treats for thc
little ones are being held this
aft.-nil...n. The Anglican Church
youngsters are having a good
lime lime In St. Andrew's Hall
and lhe Unman Catholic children
in lhe Knipi-.'ss Theatre.
For Rent-Two roomed cnl.in. close to Mellri.lt>,
freshly papered and clean, nil, 110 per month.
H F. McRae * Co. t-f
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Insurance
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OUR Cumpanim to-** noted for prompt and jusi
Mttloraenta. We write every known clnat of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
*i-_i��->i-��ii
Wanted
Wanted- - Ueneral Servant.
Apply Mra. *_. W. Patmore.
Other maid  kept.
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WRECK OF THE GRANT
More Particulars About Loss of
Weil-Known Whaler.
The Whaler Grant, whiuh foundered last night, was at anchor
off Hanks Island and drifted
ashore on White Hock and founder.-.I. Her crew, numbering forty
men, wus all saved by lhe steamer Falcon. Most all of Ihem belong In Victoria, and will go south
on lhe Prinoe Rupert tonighl.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
Tex*
Mack Realty & Insurance
OOMrANV.
I'.S -Hniiv. and Rent���la.
Maternity nurae open for engagement. Apply
Box 2169 Newa. tl
Wanted. ��� Dressmaking, cleaning and pressing, repairing for men and women Mn Charles
iVre.lt.-r. B20 Third Ave.   Phone294 Rod.     tt
Wanted to rent nr leaae by first of January, 6 or
8 room modern houae, cloae In. State lermi to
Box 89.
Wanted���Young man, thoroughly acquainted In
Men'i Furnishing! line, tu take poaiUon In
Prince Itupert rrom Jan. Mh, 1912. Write Box
102. Dally Newa Office. 293-29S
W'-iNTEO���Youth Willi Dullness college
training in learn a wdolentle trade ln
t.niro. Apply, wllh parllculars. to box
13, .News t.iilfi'. ��89-883
WANTED���A Ilrm to Bell lho new model
Mo. ll) Smllli-I'reniler typewriter, lhe
iiiii-i machine ever produced. James F.
Morris Co., 1087 urtnvllle St., Vin-
tuuver. SS4-23U
WA.NTKD - Sufficient good second-hand
furniture to stock three rooms���lied,
silling room, diiilnir renin and kllclu-n.
Apply box B, .Newa ontcc.      ttO-St7
SITUATION wanted���Young man with sx<
I'l-iimm in draughting and surveying
work; references.    Box U��6, News.
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For Sale
For   sale���Furniture
Box SSI, cily.
ror
5-room   houie.
288-St6
Stenographer
Eastern stenographer ol wide experience wanta
position. Aeieli.-.. "Stenographer," eS62 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
Business Chances
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
75 Tf in la
Capita! and Reierv. Over $7,300,000
Banking by Mall
is a great convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
Deposits may be sent in, cash
drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without any
trouble or delay.
Write or ask our Local Manager to explain our system to
you.
Prlace Ruperl Branch
F. S. LONG. Manager.
no.N'T worry about rainy days. Wc do
family washing at 16 plccci for one
dollar.   Special care riven line flannels
family  washing  at  S5   pieces  for one
dollar.    Special care given line ilaiin '
Phone 118.   Pioneer steam Laundry.
289-30U
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraser and 6th.    II Choice Wlnea and Clgara
RUPERT'S   PALACE g Of  [COMFORT
Water Notice
I. Alfred Chrlitlan Garde of Prince Runert. oe-
eupatlon Mining Engineer, give notice that on the
-Sth day of December. 1911, I Intend to apply to
the Water Commissioner at hla office In Prince
Rupert lor a license to taka and uae two cubic
feet nf water per second rrom an gnnamed stream
In the Dlitrict of Coast Range 6. Skeena Division.
1-4 mile eaat of the Tyee Station. ti.T P. Rv.
The water Is to be taken from the itream about
one hair mile above In outlet, and ll to be u.cd
for developing power for a quary situated at the
ouUet of said creek, along die Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th. 1911. _-27
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Pain arising
/thramatism,
lamia-*,
Sert Thrtiat
/tern C*U,
(Malt.,
Chest.
Nnralgia
/rem Cali,
Chronic
Hmmhitis,
Sprain,
Hattacht,
Brtriut,
Slight Curt,
Cramp,
Soressest of
tht Limit aflrr txtrtitt,
il beat treated ry usinf
BLLIMAN'S arrordi*t rt
the Mai mat.n. given in ll.s
lil li men K.I..P. booklet 'Hi
pa-fea, (illustrated)which Is
placed in.ielc cartons Willi
til boltlelof Ellimtn't
price 1,1 J, 2*1 A */.. The
K. E. P. book lei alio contt.'ot
other information of tucli
practical v lne aa lo cuts.
il to St in ttcmtnd for Pint
Aid tod other purposes;
tlto for Its recipes in rci-
pact   of Sick   ROOM   rm
r'li'les. I Uimats't ��,/..'...' to
Bath ti hearA.ncl.
*******������ .       ���i.   i, mm
Animals
AUmema muy In mony In*
slaneet be relieved or cured
tby followinK Ihe iiiiln.'.tinii'
Mn..rale,II in CO in I'lb
lliinan li. I . A. BoOkltl
64 ptfet, found cr-clo-icd in
ibt wrappers of all botllti
of BLLIMAN'S pries
I/., 2/- A .16.
i.Snn.a. o..niouiti,Kiisii
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POVAi. fcr* ANIMALS
ttultlM I.F*. Booklet
���;\>V  .   ,AL. for HUMAN U3E
let the tihitn R.EP. Bookltt
(***** ml*** i .'* bottlit of ULlAlAH'S
THE I*'-   A 13 ELLIMAN
Three lets, block 7, section I, 1��,600 each;
V4 cash, Iml.  I, 9, 3 yean at 7 per cent.
Two lols, block 99, scclion I, 11,000 pair:
'.   cash, bai.  o,   19,   is moniba,  at  7
p.-r cent.
Two lols, block 99, aection 6, 11,860; 1600
cash, bai, 3, c, 0, 12 moniha
Two lols, block 9, section 6, 14,600. Eaulty
cash.    Fine view lols.
one lol, block 0, section 6, 11,500.    1300
cash, 3, 8, 19 months, at 7 per cent,
one loi, block 98, aection 6, 1696.    1995
cash, bai. 160 every 3 months, al 7 per
ccnl.
one lol, block ll, situ,,n <*,, 12,950.   Hall
rash, bai. 6,  12 months, ot 7 per eenl.
one lol, block  17, section 7, 1800.    I.ou
rash, bai. 3, 0, 19 months;  wllh cabin.
Ono lol, blork 16, socllon 7, 8650.    1300
cash, 3, 6, 19 months, tl 7 per cent.
Two lols, block 17, section 7, 11,600. One-
llilrd rash, bai. 1 and 9 years, al 7 ner
eenl.
Two lots   block 49, section 7, 1660 etch.
<4 cash, bai. 6, 19 months.
Two lots, blork 3, section  7,  1650 each.
', cash, ii.-ii.i-e. 12, 18 months.
Two lols. block  3, section 7, 1550 etch.
V, cash, bai. 6, 12, 18 months, at 7 per
cent. .
Four lots, blork 3, section 7, 13,000. *A
rash, bai. 6, 19, 18 months. Urge
corner.
Three lols, block 37, section 7, 11,800. tt
cash, lul. 0, 19, 18 months, it 7 per
cent.
Two lots, block 98, section 8, 11,000. one-
Ihlrtl cash, bai. 6, 19, 18 monlhs. Corner.
Two lols, block 28, section 8, I860.    I960
rash, bat. 6, 19 months.
Two lols. block 49. section 8, 1400 each.
160 cash, iml. lie per month.
Five lols, block 10, seeilon 8, 1975 each
bai. 116 per month.
FOR HINT.
Slore, -I'liiiui nn mn. at sixth street.
FOR  MLI.
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we say, fins provg 11. \V. \v
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Hie world 10 "harn.'.s" the shunting
or ��� gun. Prior lo the introduction
or his world-raiin-il -yiucm or choke
billing, "pattern'' h rl been the guu-
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It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible Eye
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timely use of glasses, averting
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are properly equipped to adjust
glasses ana guarantee satisfaction.
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Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue
PHONE 82
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W.W. GREENER
63-65 Bum Hill Rill MNi,m|, P.Q.
Servian Labor Benefit Society
No. ISB. S.S.S-S.
Meellnaa held every lit and 3rd Sunday of the
month In the Carpenten' Union Hall
0. VUKOVICH. T. MAZLUM.
Secretary      P.O. Boa 991       President
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also atores in same block.
Two collages coner Second Avenue tnd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
I.ots In ..ll pHrt* ol the city.  ,
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Come
panies doing business in the City.
DIRECIIONS  FOR fOOklNI, A HARE:
FIRST:���"CATCH YOUI HARE"
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good printer. . . You can't get good printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good nn
equipment. If hc larks thc "knack," the trained
taste, the single-minded fondness for bis work which
real printers nave, he will do poor printing for you.
If he has all of these, and in addition to them u'ie-
3uate modern equipment,  your printing will havo
istinction, saleimanthip, the lure of type-beauty.
At thit office produces good printing you may infer
the presence of a good printer���who is "tatchablc."
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SBE TH- "NEWS JOB '
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue    jj
is
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Iii
DRIEO BREWERS' GRAIN
Clfin, bright and wholesome, low
lu water and carbohydrates, but containing nearly double the amount of
rat ami protein, pound ror pound,
than Hie ordinary (tsdstt-fl In local
use.   It
Meets  all lha. Requirements of a
Profitable Dairy Feed
ind compared In price wllh what Is
asked ror other fcedstuffs Is triple
protein value ror your money, its
Superiority lies In the fact lhat feeding It increases both the total digestible mailer and lhe amount or
ful nnd protein in the dally ration
AND SAVES  VOU 40 TO BO
FIR CENT ON PUD.
You should not be wl Ibout It.
Mailed grains, rrcsh and sweet rrom
the brew keltic dried in it continuous vanillin j.ii.r. ., |>y
THE ROYAL STOCK FOOD Co.
Limited
Dryura or and  Dealer! In Fasd
Produots
SCOTIA AND FRONT STRUTS
VANOOUVER, B. O.
C. D. RAND
Stcoi.d Ave. Phone 112
iment of the Naval Service
Skeeni   Lind   Dlalrlct���Dlslrlci  or   Com,
llange (,
Take notice inn I, Loult Ctlerii, driver,
or viciorlt, B. <;., intend lo ipply for permission in purchise Ihe rollowlns described land':
Commencing ll t post planted ll the
southern corner of Lot 17S0. Hi- m*e soulh
80 chiins, Ihence weit 10 chiins, Ihcnre
norlh 80 ilnin.. ihence etst 40 chslns lo
poinl of commencemenl, conulnlng 180
arrcs, more or leu.
LOUIS CAI.ERIS.
Fred I. Cowell, Agent.
Piled Ocl. ll, 1011.
i'ub. Dec. t.
ski. na Land District���Dlslrlci of Casslar.
Take  nniiie   tnat limes  Ewing  Mirne,
or Vincouver, occuptllon retl citttt agent,
intends  to apply Tor
ln-r lhe following ilf.i run it land.
pcrmlislon  lo pur-
' "iiiuu in ma nl a poit planled tbour
seven miles disiani tnd In an emerlv
ilm '-lit.n ri .-in lhe iVtas niver, and ibout
eight miles north or Alytnsh Indian village,
Ihence norlh eighty cbains, thrnce east
eighty chains, Ihence soulh elghiy cbains,
thenre well clgbly cbains to point or
commencement.
JAMES EWINO MACRAE.
H. P. Rutler, Agenl.
Daled Oct. 31, 1011.
Pub. Dec. II.
LAND PURCHASE NOTI CL'
S.S. COMPANY OF B. C, Ltd
RADIOT-LBORAPH SERVICE.
Sealcc. tenders, tddrossed to tbe under-
M-fiiii., endorsed "Tender ror Dwelling
House    nnd  tccomptnled   by   t   cerlined
'x2!Xr L��,n '." pc' ".' **<* ��rnoum or tb.
lender   Will   bo   received   up  to  noon  on
ST. .?ir..!5?M! ��' **><���' Oovernmeni Wire-
.ind i-riTrcV PrlnCC nUPer'' CiPS L"��
.OTo^^e5St!,OM m,y be ,cen��
Tlie onvcrninent Wireless Suilons it
'"int drey, capo Laio tnd Digby Isltnd
Prtncs lliipcrl. The Posmmces it Vtn-
couver, IftUlfflo and Prince nuneri
...o ofllce of Ihe District Superintendent
0overnin.ni Wireless Service, Victoria ind
..cniirlmcnl or Ihe N.tvil Sorvlce, Ottawa
liiitiilhorned publication or this notice
wm nol receive payment.
,     ... 0.  J.   DE9BAHATS,
Deputy Minister or tho Naval Service,
....  BJUJ-EHB nr ,h0 ****'** Service!
oilawa, November soth, ion, si
Skeena I nml Dlslrlci���-District or Oiicen
Charlotte Islands,
lake notice thai William Moore, of
snnnich, ll. c, occupation farmer, inlenda
to apply for permission to lease the following deacrlbod lands.-
Commencing it a posl plinted it thc
southwest rorner of I.ot 1618, Masset Inlel, ihence east one hundred chains, ihence
soulh suty-roiir chains, thence west to the
bench, Ihen. n along beach to point or
I'ommenccinenl, conlalnlng six hundred nnd
forty  (dlo)  acres, more or less.
WILLIAM  MOORE.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
Daled Nov.  U,  Itll. "
Pub. Dec. It, llll.
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"GunosuiT
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 6 p.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Tuesday morning.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -      $6.00
The "Camosun" le the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
surlnc safety of passengera in case
of collision or wreck.
Skaena Land DUtrlct���District nl Coast 11..:.. ��� '
Take notice that Mias Mary Muiville ol Cum
Iretaod, occupation spinster, intendi to s;>|4>
lor permiaalon to purcnaae the Mowing dosri-cJ
laada:
rmnniencing at a poat planled ono chains nuttti
ol the eoutheast corner ol Lol 6:1.1, llience nurth
40 cliaina, tnence east 20 cbsi is, tnence sou.I. 10
chaina, thence west 20 cliain.* to point ol com-
tm-ncemeni; containing eighty seres, moro or I.**
Dated Oct. II, Itll. MISS MARY Ml I.V1I.I.I:
Pub. Nov. 11. John 0. Muiville, Ai*" I
Skeeni  Land  District���DUlrict  or  Coin
name 6.
Tike notice thai I, John Argln.lis, carpenter, or Victoria, li. C, Intend to ipi-'y
r��r permission tu purchise lhc followini
described Unds:
Commencing n I pusl planted ilumi o
and   one-hair  miles   northeast    rimn   Ih
mui,.   t.f   iioui  llini, in  lhe wesl  *'i
nl lakelse Lake, and ,i. mu live    .'���    Cbi
back   rrom   lhe   ��.u. iin.ni,   ibema  toulb
su chains,  ihence west Su .i-.un-.  Ibeni
nurili SU chains, Iheiue east to chans l"
poinl   or   commencement,   containing  61 i
acres, moro ur less.
JOHN   .Mil.IUA' i i-
Krcd E. Cowell, Agein.
Daled Oct. 31, itll.
Pub. Doc. t.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Skeena   Lind  District���Dlslrlci  of  ouciit
Cbsrlotte Islinds.
Ttke notice thit Join. Scott Young, or
Sainlcli, fl. C, occupallon fanner, intend-
lo apply ror permission lo 'lurcliase tit-
rollowlng described linds:
Coniinencing it t post plmit.'il at Ut;'
noribcasl corner or Lot 16.mi, ihtnt'e south
lo Hie north boundary or I.ot 1661, theme
easl along the said boundary to iho lei-
shore, Ihence rollowlng along lhc shore m
lhc point or commencement, conltlnlng
three hundred snd llxty-ouo (361) teres,
more or less.
JOHN SCOTT YOUNO.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
Dated Nov.  18,  Itll.
I'ub. Dec.  16, Itll.
Skeona Land Dlslrlci���Dlslrlci of Casslar.
Take nollco thai Clarence Bowen, or senile. Wish., occupition woodsman, in-
lends in tpply ror permUsion to purclmsi'
the r..Hi.��nm described lands:
Commencing tl t posl planted ruin*
miles etst or Ihe Naaa liner tnd tboiu
live miles norlh or Alyinsh, thence nest
eighty chains, ihence south eighty chain".
llicnro easl eighty chains. Ihenco norm
eighty chiins to point or fommencnieiu.
Clarence bowen.
H. P. Hutter, Agent.
Dlted Oct. 31, Itll.
Pub. Dec. 14.
Skeeni Land Dlslrlci���District or Casslsr.
Take nollco that Frank Furey, of Scalll'.
Wash., occupallon chalnman, Intends m
apply ror pormlsilon lo purchase tho rollowlng described lands:
Commencing at t post planted ibout alt
miles east or thc Nits River and tbout
seven miles norlh or Alyinsh, thenco norin
eighty chains, east eighty chains, souin
eighty chuns, west eighty rhalns to p"int
or romnienceinenl.
FRANK FUREY.
II. P. Ruttor, Agenl.
Dllcd Oct. 31,   Itll.
Pub. Dec. 14.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
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