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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hour.��� ''viing5 a.m..
Dec. 11    -'A/  *>
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VOL. II,  NO. 283
The Daily Ne
NEXT MAILS
For south
Prince Rupert Friday 8 a.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday, December ll, 1911.
Price Five Cents
OFFER OF PEACE I CHI A1
CITY HALL OFFICIALS DON'T KNOW
WHAT CITY'S CONTRACTS HAVE COST
All They Know About Section B on First Ave. is That It Was Not Completed Till a
Month Ago���Don't Know What It Cost, What the Payroll Was,  What
the Quantities Were,  or Anything Else About It
[AVIATOR ENDS
HIS LONG TRIP
Podgers, After a Month's Rest,
Drives Hla Machine Into the
Waters or the Pacific���Flics
From Ooean to Ocean.
(in nil street grading work In
Prince Hupert the city engineer
has put in his hid iu competition
with oilier hids received. Inmost
cases the engineer's hid has been
higher than the others, but in
uue or two cases the city engineer has been lowest and has ac-
i-itrdingly been awarded the work.
So far no attempt has been
mad.' tu enlighten the public as
In whether the city engineer has
been able to carry out the works
for the estimate given, or whether the cost has fur exceeded llie
Lenders of lho contractors.
Asked ror Information.
Ample time has now olapsud,
even with primitive bookkeeping
methods, for thu cily to know
what Ihese works have cubl, and
The Daily News this morning
sought specillc informal ion on
lhe following points in relation
It. lhe Section lit. contract, on
Firsl avenue  (Ihe portion in lhe
vicinity of Lynoh's store), On
this contract the contractors were
bound by a penalty lo complete
operations by May 12th.
List of  Quostions.
The following were the questions asked:
When was  lhe contract c.un-
pli'li-d? Whnl was lhe total cost
of the work? What wero tho
nine* mis, respectively, of (l) tho
payroll, (2) horse hire, (3) tools
and equipment, (I) explosives,
(5' sundries, ((> how much solid
rook was (here, (7) how much
earth, (81 what did il cost lo
take up the plank roadway (0)
how much overhaul was I hero?
Answers to Questions.
lie-ih |h,. Mayor and Aldermnn
Hilditch, chairman of the Public
Works Department, were asked
the qucslions. Aldermnn Hilditch, who wns llrsl seen, said
ihat the Information was not yel
ready even for llie Council, All
he could slate was thai tho contract, was completed fully a
month ago, which is lho answer
I., the llrsl question. He answered
lhe lasi quest ion also by saying
lhal practically all lhc hauling
was overhaul in Ihis conlrncl,
hul in Ihe absence of M. J. McNeil, Public Works superintendent, he culd give no further details and referred The Daily
News to lhe Mayor.
The Mayor's Statement.
The Mayor could do no better.
He said lhat th.' iuformalion was
lieing sought by lhe Council, bill
Dial owing lo the Cily Kngincer's
WILL DRIVE HIS JUGGERNAUT
IN DEFIANCE OF EVERYBODY
OHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF  PUBLIC WORKS IS DISSATISFIED WITH THE RATE HIS HOUSE  IS  MOVING
ALONG WON'T WAIT ANY LONGER.
being bus) wiih lho lawsuit, ami
his d.'piiiliii.'ill's being in consequence also extra busy, the details ask.>.l .*. ui I.l not easily he
obtained oven for Council purposes. The .Mayor did nol Ihink
Colonel Davis had gone Into lhe
mailer y.-l, and Al.l.'rman Hlldltoh   boi loved   ih.*   Information
eoiiltl mil be obtain.'.I until lhe
end of Ibe in.mill.
Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
San Franoisoo, Boo.  II.���Aviator Rodgers, afjlor having waited
n in..iilh lo repair the innrhine in
which he crossed tlie continent,
eompleletl his lli|;111  lo llie I'lltllle
today, dipping inl.. lhe waters of
lho ocean.     He lui- been  eighty-
three days making th mplelo
trip.
REV. F. W. KERR MADE AN ATTACK ON
THE EXTRA HOUR TO THE HOTEL MEN
Says That the History of the Liquor Traffic in the Past  Year Shows That the
Liquor Men Are Out to Become a Political Power���Says No Attempt *
Whatever Has Been Made at Enforcing the Law
The granting of lho extra hou
Salesgirls wanted ��� Wallace's.
l.y lhe pity Council to the hotel
 n  wus   sternly donounood  by
Rev. P. w. Kerr in his sermon
lasi night in the l-'.mpress Theatre, "This extra hour," he snid,
"was granted because of the
power wielded by lhe liquor Interests, uml for no olher reason.
They oannol make us believe lhat
il was done in the best interests
WILL ARRANGE PEACE IN CHINA
General Li Has Telegraphed to the Imperial Representatives Arranging to Meet in the City of Hankow to Arrange Terms
of Peace���Where Peace Delegates Will Meet
Shanghai, Deo. 11.���General Ll, commander-in-chief of the victorious rebel forces, haa telegraphed from Wu Chang to the rcprosontativos of tho Imperial authorities, who are In refuge at
thia olty, offering to meet them at Hankow for the purpose of aranging terms of peace.
The offer will be aooepted, and a meeting with the rebel leaders will be arranged.
It la believed here from private Information received lhat the rebels will be agreeable to a
modified form of monarchy for Ohlna, giving wide prerogatives to the people. They will not, however, oonaant to the Manohu dynasty having anything to do with the throne of China again.
Progress wiih lhe moving of
ihe two-storey house purchased
by Alil.'i'imin Hilditch ami being
hauled by Weston's horses over
cily lumber skids lo Third avenue from Centre ilreel  Is not
rapid. Yesterday belter speed
was made, and the bulky burden
gol iis far as Fourth street.
Contractors engaged iu rock
dumping along Second and Third
avenues, and First and Beoond
nd ia, object lo ihe moving >.f
Hi,,  boiis    week  days,  us  il
blocks their cm* trucks. Hul ihis
morning Alderman lilldlloh aa-
.cried   his   Intention  of  going
ahead wiih the moving in spile
of opposition. "II will Ink.* a
year lo gel the house i.. Hs new
site working only Sundays," he
said. "I'll go ahead With il and
lei Ihem kick ns they please."
The house hears (he inspiring
legend. "Vole for Hilditch," on
one side, ami on Ihe olher,
"Watoh il move," hul so far few
people have been privileged In
see il actually in million.
THE LAST OF
THE M'NAMARAS
Manaoled Together, They Were
Taken Away In an Automobile
to 8an Quentln Penitentiary
Yesterday Afternoon.
(Canadian Press Despaloh.)
|,os Angeles, lice ll.���Mon-
uolod together, the McNamara
brothers were taken yesterday
afternoon from Iheir jail to start
������ ||H. nve hundred mite Journey
i��� sun Quonlln penitentiary,
where thoy are lo sorve their
terms.
Except for a few newspaper
,,,,,���, iheir going was unknown.
'Ihey were taken in an auloiiiobilo
from the Jail.
S. 8. Oamoaun Ohrlatmaa Salllnga.
The Camosun Will leave Prince
Ruperl for Vancouver Dec. 22 at
���, ���. ,������ arriving ai Vancouver
Sunday night.  For furUier Infor-
mi.m   ,oo    lingers   Steamship
Agency.	
Salesgirls wanted-Wallace's.
Ohrlatmaa Gift Problem
Baeily solved Bt Keeley's Pl.ar.n-
���oy from u-e diversified Una of
land Painted Gold U��d Obtoa,
,   Slofns,   Tobacco   Jan,   As
mm.   sugar   B0W1S,   Cups   and
���SmS    A  suitable g,f   i��
aaslly deolded upon. ll
Dacorale I Garlands .belli, fl��*��i
,.-,..    Wallace's,
HEARD TEMPERANCE SERMON
Alderman Hilditch's Comment on
Presbyterian Pastor's address.
Amongst IhOia who heard Itev.
I*'. W. Kerr's serin.in last night
was Alderman Hlldltoh, who did
not think a greal deal nf ll. Ho
il.n's   mil   approve   of   preacher.
bringing politics int.. sermons,
anyway, hc said, bui In this case
|iul it that the pastor had got ith*
a lol of generalities which were
Inlonded to upply to certain citizens, bui which he could not
substantiate. "To my mind," said
Alderman Hilditch. "the Hev. f,
W. Kerr fell down, for he had
evidently got n lisl of names he
wanted In rcutl out which ho
hailn'l (he nerve to do from (he
pulpit when he saw Ilis audience"
IS A BUSY MAN
Mr. L. Bullook-Webster la Building Two Houaea for Residents.
Mr. I,. BullOOk-WebSter is busy
Ihese days  building a residence
mi Fifth avenue nn.l Emmeraon
for Mr. J. c. HoLennan, the oily
assessor, nnd another residence
tni  Fourth  iivenue  for Mr. II. D.
Gamble >.r the Bank of Montreal.
Mr.    Bullook-Webster,    who
 desllv  conceals  lhe   (Ml   thai
he is an "A. II. *'��� M���" Is also busy
training lho Catholic choir In Ins
llorch's celebrated mass for Ihe
Catholic Church services on
Christmas morning.
For    row bouts and    launches
telephone .12" green. davls boal
house.
WATERFRONT JOTTINGS
From Government Wharf to the
Tie Wharf.
The Iiiii ihnl sohooner Princess
Victoria arrived lust night from
Ihe banks with halibut, Hough
weal her was experienced,
Camosun Southbound
The  Camosun    cum.*     in   Inst
nighl aboul 5.30 p.m. from Stewart wiih a number of pasaongera
for lluperl.    She left again nl <>
p.m.    for    Vancouver   and   the
south wiih passoilgors ami mail.
Heavy Sea This Morning
Al   ith..ul   four a.m.  I..dav   uu
unusually   heavy  swell   running
inio  ih..  harbor cauaed  trouble
al lhe boat  -luges.    ||on were up
attending   lo ihe   launches ami
lloals winch were pounding bad-
It.    The sea abated ill <'. a.m.
Launch Swamped
During  ih.- rough weather ai
earl) dawn the luunch Fay uml
Howeii nn...red near lluvis whurf
gal uiii*..umI hy (he stern on the
grail.' nu.I hung wiih a fulling
tide nil l<-\.-red oil b) B crowd of
volunteers. Tho launch is afloat
hui swamped.
Ran Short of Grub
\.-i.*nlii\ ih.- power ilium li
l Itovor i.-fi w.ib provisions for
ILigblhuuso-koepor I'.. Eslorman,
I >.r Lawyer Itock luihi. Eslorman
hu.i run short of provisions uml
i au   eliH'i-gciirx   cull   was   -.-til
ih.- Quadra.
or Un* city, ll is nol In lhe best,
inicresis of lho cily. This extra
hour is the most dangerous hour
of lhe day. It was ut this hour
Hint a poor fellow a few nighls
ago cume from n saloon ami uul
his ileal li down lhe Beoond avenue
embankment."
Law Enforcement Promiaed.
In his BOrmon the Presbyterian
pastor reviewed the period since
lhe Bowser Act came into force
iu Prince Ituperl. He admitted
that the defeat of local option
wus b disappointment, but. be hu.i
hoped ihnl the promised strict
enforcement of the law would
havo worked out for gootl. Mr.
Illukcinore bail used moral fervor
uml pathos to secure its passing,
innl u committee of prominent
business men hud sui.l il was
necessary for the snke of the
town's oommerolal growth and
promised to see that the law enforcement would be curried oul.
Promises Not Observed.
"From ihnl daj lo Ibis," snid
lhe preacher, "I have never heard
n word >.f the Bowser Aot, of law
enforcement or of the committee of business men who slood
voucher for il. Instead, hotel
licenses    have    also    been    issued
to llll ii long-r..|| want'.   In addi
tion, several club licenses have
been granted to enable the self-
respecting boozer to get bis drink
away from the company of the
laborer, and to enable the young
man of the cily to learn-to take
his glass like u gentleman. The
burs of the cily have been granted un extra hour at. midnight, and
the Magistrate bus issued a consoling encyclical lo lho elTcct
lhal gambling is mil legal."
Liquor and Bfclitics.
Hev. Mr. Kerr snid he .saw in all
Ihis the evidence thai thc liquor
interests were determined lo entrench themselves ns u political
power, lind would be able lo carry
I., power such candidates ns were
ready lo serve their iiii.-rests.
Christmas Oandy.
Keeley's especial  shipment   for
Ihis year cannot be surpassed, tf
Gov't. Wharf Advances
Operations arc in aolive pro-
miss ou ihe Government wharf,
where .let-king is being extended
over the solid graded portion.
Double truck st.-.'l laid by the ti.
T.P. bus now reached lhe vvharf.
I'r.
Shop,
doll   ul   Ward's   Candy
Watch llu- window,   tf
C. P. R. TO RAISE $45,000,000
FOR HOTELS AND TERMINALS
LARGE AMOUNT OF THIS WILL BE SPENT ON THE PACIFIC
COAST���ANNOUNCEMENT IS   MADE   FROM   HEADQUARTERS AT MONTREAL.
Montreal,   Deo.   II.���An   an-
inhii nienl   bus  boon  made  by
ih.- c. p. it. thul ih.- company will
-hiirllv raise 145,000,000 for
terminals, Improvements to prop
i*il.v uml for building u chuiu of
hotels from the Atlantic to lhe
I'litiiie Coast iii various centres.
The company has |20,non,ono
in ihe treasury ami lhe remainder
will be r.ii-eil by issuing common
-lock.
Winnipeg,  dec.  10.���Mr. (le...
I.    Bury,    general    mumigt'r    of
western lines for the Canadian
Pacillc Railway, relumed today
from lhe Pacillc Coasl and Intimated I lull us n result of his visil
huge expenditures iu Improve-
lunula will he mad.' on the Pacillc division. Two millions will
be spent in Vunc..uvcr nlouc.
Fine line of work baskets filled
wiih candy. If you waul a good
one vou had belter have i' laid
aside.      Christmas    stockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
��
A   Vli:W
mn
int*.
07 IIANKuW, WOWING THK MUNICIPAL chinch,
iDING, WHKIli; IM-.ACI-: DELEGATE* WILL MBBT.
Mil.-s of ribbon Willi "Morrie
Xiiiiis." holly, elc, for lying up
vour gifts. OlvOS Ihem lho "Dual
dainty touch."-   Wallace's.
THE PASSING OF ARTHUR J. BALFOUR
A Descriptive Sketch of the Greet British  Unionist Ex-Leader From the  Pen of
Dr. J. A. Macdonald, Editor of the Toronto Globe
Tli.-y have done il nl Inst: (he
"I.usl Ditch" men and lhe "die-
hards" huve crowded Mr. Ilalfoiir
..tit of the leadership of the
Uni.misl parly. Of course his
going out wus his own nlfnir. He
did m.l need lo go. Indeed the
Spectator, lhe nblesl Of all the
Unionist weeklies, (lie other day
plainly vvnriie.l lhe insurgents
lhal the merciless and most damaging answer I*. Iheir nagging
ami cabal would he Mr. Hnlfolir's
resignation,   They g..i iheir answer (he olher day.
II iniiv he ihnl Mr. Hnlfolir's
health lind something l�� do with
II. In Hie ol.leu .lavs he slood
���gainst Hie wild charges of lhe
Irish Nationalists, ami (he waves
lhal broke Forster were themselves broken int.. foam against
Balfour.    In  Ih.-ir chagrin  Hi.-y
called him "Blood) Hnlfoiir."
And he rather enjoyed ll. He
smiled    hack    al    Ihem    iu    Ihnl
matchless nonohalanl way of his.
Hut Ihey were Irish Home Hul.'is
innl opponents, it is Quite n different mailer whan Uie insurgents nre of his ..wu political
household. Then he oannol suffer gladly,   ihey made him tired.
I'n l.e sure. Mr. Balfour never
iiiii belong to ihe -inn.' order us
Ihe men who huve heel) seen Hy,
us llu- Spectator nnyn. Irvinu to
Mull ami bully linn out of Ihe
pnriy leadership, Ami he did
nui mind letting them know thai
he appreciated the fact that he
wns m.l of (heir class.   In August
when the "Last Ditch" brigade
were fuming over ihe dealruoUon
of lhc I,mils' veto, uml shrieking
mi llie bOUSelopi What Ihey were
jusi   almul   lo   do,   Mr.   Balfour
Weill    olf   lo   Hie   south   of   I'l'IIIICC
an.l lefi Ihem lo quiet themselves
with.ml even so much ns n rebuking  smile ul   Iheir  lind-iuiiii-
iier.'.i naughtiness. More recently, when Sir Edward Carson
nml in�� "die-hards" were swearing by all the gods al ..lice lhal
lhe)   WOUld   lead  lister   il.   IIII I
revolt    Hguiusl    III.ine    Hole,    Mr
Half..urs  whimsical  smile was
even    more   contemptuous   limn
in i- neglect of the "Lul ditchers."
Tin*    fuel    is   Arthur   Bai four
cures  for  iiiuie of Ihese  things.
a flair measure >>f local s.-if-
govei iimeiii for Ireland would not
alarm him. A curbing Of the
House of Lords does not distress
NURSE 18 ILL
Miss Brennan Contraoted Typhoid
Fever From a Patient.
Mi-- i iii-ii mi ii of Hie hospital
nursing staff I- herself now under
medical cur.- In Hint Institution,
iit*.mi.- oontraolod -. mild uiia.-k
of ivphiiui fever while nursing ll
puli.'III.
A Lengthy Advantage.
The long wearing shoe for lho
long   hentleil   man   is   lhe   Walk-
Over.    Cull nnd see Scull, Froud
���*���, i.o. today. If
Lighthouse  Mall
Willi  the Lucy    Island    lighthouse mail, lhe Hover made her
usual monthly run ihis morning,
Warm, clean rooms nt Savoy.
(Continued on page 4.)
JUROR ESCAPES
DOWN A SPOUT
Tired of Being Looked Up In the
Hyde Trial, Juror Waldron
Eludes the Sheriffs and Takea
French Leave.
(Csosdlaa 1'rcsn Despatch.)
Kansas   Oily,   Deo,   ll.���The
Hyde poisoning  trial  was halte.l
loda)   i ause  Juror   Waldron
climbed down a waterspout and
esoapod from the holel where he
was watched by ihe sheriffs. The
deleclives fuile.l lo Iraco him up
to noon ami may have lo have a
new trial wiih a m;w jury.
ENTOMBED AIM
IN COAL MINE
Terrible Fate of 207 Men In Cross
Mountain Coal Mine at Tennessee���Only Three Rescued���
Small Hope for Rest.
11-i.iii.ilii.il   1'ress  Despatch.)
Hi* ville.    Tenn.,    Doc.    10.-���
Iwo hundred uml seven men, living or .lend, ure entombed heru
tonight, us Ihey have been all
.lay. in lhe great cross mountain
roiil mine. They hud entered lo
begin their day's work on Salur-
dnv when there came a tcrrillu
explosion of gti9. Only threo
came out alive.
The rescue parties are making
scarcely any headway and thorn
is little hope of an early rescue.
Scot I, Froud a Co. have a big
nn ui* of men's working boots,
any slvle you waul, front's I up���
ihe besl that are made for lho
money. tf
Prinoe John In
Early Ihis morning the G.T.P.
s.s. Prince .lohn got in from lho
islunds nn.l proceeded to tho
Westholme Co.'s wharf lo discharge To,nun feel of lumber.
"St. James" Arrives
The  lumber hulk "St.  .James"
mud.' port yesterday and is moored at the Tie wharf.
Fresh cut Mowers Wednesday.
Wark's. tt
mvi ���>,iu<-aui*.ua.-   *J��ua ntunas.   " ,'.   ' ~' '*"' THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Monday, Dec. 11
THE UNITED STATES THANK8 THE NEW8.
In its task nf making Prince lluperl known all over the
Continent, The Daily News receives almost daily some evidence of lhe attention it is attracting abroad, One uf the most
amusing of Ihese occurs in a recent number of the Harrisburg
Telegraph, whioh "on behalf of the United Stales" confers its
thanks tu the Prince Rupert News. The Telegraph in a lengthy
editorial article entitled "Helping the Players" says:
Prince Rupert is a comparatively new and
Looming town ui British Columbia not far from tlie
Alaska line, lt is to be the terminus of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, which is now in course of construction, but although it will doubtless be nn important city some day, it does seem a little odd thai
we shojdd be obliged���close as we are to Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Carlisle, noi to mention the occasionally efficient University of Pennsylvania���to acknowledge ourselves indebted to Prince Rupert for
football ���pointers, yel so it is.
The  Prince  Rupert  daily News tells of a game
between the Medford High School and Grants Pass
teams, in which Medford won by the unusual score
of thirty-nine to nothing, The victory is attributed
entirely to the girls of the domestic science department in tlie Medford High .School who prepared
I ii iiclie.ui for the high school [.layers before Hie game
under the direction of their teacher.
II was the object of the  hostesses  to provide a
menu which would furnish a maximum force, calories, food units, eit*., with a minimum of digestive
effort, Afler careful study of the needs of the team,
it was decided thul bean soup, poached eggs, toast
nnd spring water constituted Hie proper ration, The
girls .lul lhc cooking themselves and waited on lhc
table and ufler they had fed their Champions went lo
the football Held to cheer and watch the result of
their experiment.
We are informed by The News lhat "their vocal
enthusiasm was superfluous, however, for the soup
and poached egg players simply swamped the Grants
Pass eleven, who had to rely upon what nourishment
the Medford restaurants offered."
Here is an argument in favor of domestic science
which seems lo have been overlooked by those of us
who have advocated its establishment in the public
schools of Harrisburg, as well as in the summer playground course. If our young women have been rather
contemptuous of the knowledge offerd them in domestic science text books it is because Ihey interpreted it lo mean only prosaic "kitchen drudgery" and
have not realized iis romantic possibilities in the Held
of sport.
What would be the satisfaction of making a sofa
pillow or embroidering a pennant in comparison with
lhc delights of fattening or thinning to the required
dimensions a candidate for the varsity team? Or
consider the proud distinction of watching your special charge leap victorious against the tope afler a
hard-fought nice, while the uproarious applause of
Hie spectators proclaim the prowess of your skillet
und kettle. You could shnre iu every show of strength
nml every sign of weakness. Ymi ...uld say as he
dropped   behind:
"It wns n mistaken kindness to allow him that
charlotte russe."
And when he forged ahead:
"Ah! There go the calories in yesterday's sausage."
When wc ponder over this tender and affecting
phase of domestic science, we regret exceedingly thai
il was not discovered sooner and on behalf of the
l'nited States we confess a debl of gratitude lo lhe
Prince Rupert News.
The News has great pleasure in accepting the thanks
of the l'nited Slates���and lhe free advertising that the Telegraph  lias so generously given   lo Prince Rupert.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNEI.,   Pkoi'uietoi's
The New Kn.ix llot.-l Is run tin lho European
plan. Kimt-clua*. MTVtos. All the Latest Modern
Improvement!. -:-:- HEDS GOc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
COAL NOTH'K
Skeona Land Diatrict���Dtattict ul xl**"'" Charlott*
Tako nollco lhat thirty day
Uainter ol I'rinco Hupert, il.
bookkeeper, intend to apply
tin ..irrtreT ol Landi lor a lice
coul and potroloum on anil
luml tin Orahain lulund doncri
from .lute, l, C. E.
('.,  liy OCOUpAtlOQ
e,   tl.e   ('Itl.ef   t'Ulll-
ea xo prflspfOt fur
ncltf t. iu ucrea ul
follow
Comnio.ieinK at a pout planted uuo milo uortlt
ol C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. in. murked C. B. II.
Coal Leaae No. 16, thonco nurili M cliuina, thence
weat HO cliaina, thonce aoulli 80 chuins, thenco
.-aat mi chaina lo place ol coiiiiii��*iu-**i..*-..t.
Datod Sopt. 11, 1911. C. E. MAIS 1'EH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
she.-na   Land   I'l-liiil -DlltriOl   '>r   Cout,
ll.iiiir..  6.
Take notice lhal i. iMi-imi Auiiui, ur
Nanaimo, i>. C icupaUon minor, .uti-ii.i
in apply i"i* permission in purchase tin-
rerllr.UlUK   rlr -i'lll,ill    laillfs;
I'liiiiini'iii'iiiK ..I ix 1'trsi plantod ni iit.*
southeast comer <>r Lol Hit, Ibeoce s.uiili
in chains, ibence west tu cbaina, ihence
north in cliaina, ihenco oaal to chaini m
luiiiii nr commencement, i'i>iiii.iiiihk mu
acrea. more or teaa.
DAQOBERT Al lilul.,
Prod I*:. CoweU.,Afent,
DatO  NOV,   lulli,   I'.'11.
I'ul.. DOC. ��.
Skoena I.aml Ulsliui- l.lslikl i.r Coasl.
Ilanir.' t,
Takt* in.lire thai I, Theodore Nlchalla,
driver, nr Victoria, n. C, can., mieiiti in
apply rm* permiaalon to purcbaae tin- rui-
invviiiK deacrlbod landai
i m. 11111.. 111 * 111 k  i.l   i.   |in*-l   j-l.i 111. <l  at   tin*
sniiiiiwesi comer nf Lui .\u. 'iir**, Ui :e
east sii cbaina, ibenco aoutb 10 cbaina.
ibenco weal id ehaiaa, thonco aoutb 10
cbaina, thence weal n> cbaina, ihenco inu-Hi
su ehains to pnint nr commencement, con*
laliiiiii*   ISO acre-, iiii.ro nr less.
THEODORE  NICHAUS,
Fred ii. cowell, Agent
I'll. .1   Hit.   31,   tun.
rub. Dee, i..
skeena i.iin.i DUtriet���Dlatrlcl <.r Coaat,
lake  iwtii'e   tli.it  I,  Caul  Curtiea,  clerk
nr Victoria, luteiui in m-i-iv for permiaalon
tt. purehaae lho fallowing deacribed landa:
Commencing at �� poal planted mi uu*
east  boundary and  alinut lire   (i     ili.iin-
n*..ii,  uu* aouibeaal eorner i>r Lol nm.
ihenco north DO cbaina, then iaa!  id
chatna, ibence aouth SO chains, thonce weal
im cbaina tn punn of commencemenl, containing  ISO ueres, inure nr les>.
PAUL CURTISS,
I'rett B. ...well, Agent
Dated Oct 3i, ion.
Pub. Doc o.
skeena  Land District���District nr  Cout
llatiK.' 6.
Take notico ihat i. Mlcbai Bcganla, cook,
nr Victoria, B. C��� inli-ml lo apply r..r per-
iiii--ie.il   tn  purehuo   tin.*   Mi'iuiim   de-
m iilietl  lands:
....Mun. ii.-inir  at   a   I'"-l   pl.inle.l   nt>  the
in.ith Mite nr vviin.mis Creek, where lhe
kiiim.it branch nr ti..- u. T. P. n.v. eroaaei
Willi.un- Crock, ami almul i. n on chaini
finin  iii.-  .reek  ihore,  tbence  snulh  10
cliaina, iii.-n taal in cbaina, then.*.* muiii
:in cbaina, ibenco woal 10 cbaUu iu pmiit
r.r commencement .'..uiniiiiug ISO acraa,
mnre nr les-.
Mlt HAS BBOANIS.
ir.-.i B. Cowell, Ageat
llllleil nil. 31,  mil.
I'uh. Dee. 9.
Skeena Land Dlatrlcl Dialrlcl nr i out
Rango s.
rake notice lhal I. Bamuel Bellteea,
gardener, of Victoria, ininid t.. apply rm*
permlulon lo purehuo the Mii-uuiit de-
seriiii'ti landai
Commencing at   a  poal  plant.*.l  mi   tin*
ir-.i in .uie nr WUliama ��� raek, aiinui ten
r inn - hack rinlii the creek hank, ami
aboul ii rt \ chain- Mutboui from where
tbo Kiiimat branch <-r the o. t. p. rutin
or-waj croaaea Wlillami Creek, ibence
...mil in chaina, ibence eut -m ehalna,
tbenco norih -io ebaltu, Ibence wosl Id
chaina in pmut nr commencement, containing i i-.i. acres, mora or tou
BAMUEL BBILTBBS.
Iiul B, Cowoll, Agenl.
Hal. il oil. 31, lllll.
I'ub. Dec. 0.
skeenu Land Dialrlcl Dlatrlcl nf Cout
Range .'���.
Take notice iiui I, l.nuls calorls, driver,
of Victoria, ii. .:., Iniond to apply r..r pormiaaion in purcbaae tin* ruliuwiiig do-
���criebed landa:
Commencing at a POIt planted at the
soiitlieasi cornor of Lot 17SL, Ibence snulh
Si. chains, thence wesl -111 chains Ihen.-.-
iini'tii sn (luiins. llience easl in cliain- In
poini nt commencement, c.iniaiiuiiK -i.o
ICru, inure nr less.
I.ouis CAI.KW-*.
Fred B, Cowell, Agent.
I.atetl iie't.  31,   mil.
I'ub. Dec. 0.
Skeens Lend District���DUtridt or oust,
liannc 5.
Take nnllre lhal I, John Arglreclla, rar-
penier, ..r Victoria, II. C, Intend lo apply
rm* permlulon to purchase llio fallowing
tl.-serll.eil  Int.tis:
Connui-nilng at a pnst planled alioul nue
ami nn.'hair miles tmiiheast rrom tin.
nn.ike- ur Trout RlVOr. mi llie west side
id LakeUe Lake, and annul live (I) rlinliia
hack rmin Uie walerrri.nl, tbence sntilli
su chains, llience wesl 811 chum-, tlience
nurlh nu chains, thenre cast 80 chains to
puint ur commencement containing mo
acres, more or less,
JOHN   ARI1IRACI.IS
Frod B, Cowell, Agent
nai.ti on. 3i, mu.
I'lll).  nee.  9.
Skoena Land Diatrict���Dlatrlei
Tako notico that thirty du. -
lliiiiii.r ul I'rinco Kupert, u.
bookkoopor,  iiiteii.l to apply   t
miaaionor ol Landa lor a lice n
coal and potroloum uu ami u
land on Uraham laland ile.scr
Commonclng at a poat i>l,r
nl C. E. II. Coal Loaae Ne.
corner C. E. II. Coal Loaae S't
UU ehalna, thenco woat HU
mi chaina, thence eaal 80 QhaJl
rnoncomotil.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. I
I'ub. Sopt. tl.
t r.'.r,-, ::   CTiaHott
limn ilule, 1, 0. cl.
r��� by occui.ulion
.1 tho Chiol Com-
raa iii proapeel lor
ruler ai I "Li  ucnea oi
.I us Mlt.w'a:
ad two miKeu north
lu, iiiurktHl  N.  E.
i. Ill, llience Mouth '
uiiih,  tlienco north
I in pluce of com-
AIM'mt. Locutor I
COAI. NOTICE
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Skrcni Land DUtrict��� Dlrtrict of gueen Charlott
Uli nili
Taka notica that Auatin M. Hrown of I'rinca
Huport, aaddler, Intendi to apply to the Chlof
CommHHner of J .audit and Worki for a llconce
to proipect for coul, oil and pi-trulium on and
under tne following doacrit>od landi on the YYt*it
('oaat of Graham liland:
Commanclng at a poat planted throe milo* rant
of the northeaat corner of C. 1.. No. ll'-:' thonce
���outh 80 chalm. thenee 80 chaini weit, thenco 80
chiini north, thane* 80 chaini aaat to point of
co m man comer. L
AU8TIN M. HROWN, Locator
Located Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
Take notice that thirty davi from date, I, C. E
Hainter of J'rince Itupert, It. CL hy occupation
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to the Chiof Com-
mlnloner of Lands for a licenco to nrofpect for
coal and petroloum on and undor 010 acree of
land on Craham Iialnd deicribnl an follows:
Commonclng al a poet planted two mil. i north
of C. V.. 11. Coal l-v��m* No. 18, marked N. W.
corner C. K. B. Coal Leuto No. 24, thenco aouth
80 chalm, thence east SO chaim, thence north
80 chaina, thonco woat 80 chalm to placo of commencement.
DatedSept. 12, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Lorator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict-DUtrlct of Queon Charlutte
Take notice that thirty dayi from date, I, C. '������
Uaintor of Prlnco Hupert, H. C, hy occupation
bookkoeper, Intend to apply to the Chief CommUaioner of Landa for a licence to proipocl for
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acroa of
land on Graham liland deacrihed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two niil�� notrh
of atake markod C. E. It. Coal Leaae No. 4, miirked
N. E. corner C. E. H, Coa] Leaae No. 6, thonce
aouth 80 chaina, thenco weal 80 chaina, thonco
north 80 chaina, thence oaat 80 chaim to pltico of
commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E, UAINTEH, Locatoi
Pub. Sept. 28.
Skecr.a Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotto
Take notlcr that thirty daya from date, I, C. E.
Balnter of I'rinco Hupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkoeper, intend to apply lo tho Chief Com-
i ii la-Jin ner of Land* fur a licence tn prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Craham liland deacrihed aa followa:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
Tlahn northwojt iomei Coal Lease lli.fi marked
C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. 29. thence south 80 clmlm.,
thanca woat 80 chainn, thenca north 80 clmlm.
thence eait SO chaini t.i point o! commencement:
r mtnlning 640 acrM more or leas.
Dated .Sapt. 12. 1911. C. E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skeana Land District���DUtrlct of Cout Rango 5
Taka notica that Prank S. Miller or London,
Eng,, occupation civil engineer. Intends to apply
for permUalon to purehaae the following deacrlbod
landa:
Commencing at a poit planted at tha N. E.
Corner of Lot 28, thence north 20 chaina, thenco
weal 20 chaina, thence aouth 20 chaina, thence
���aat 20 chaina to point of commencement, containing 40 acrM more or loaa.
Datad August 16, 1911. FRANK fl. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. p. M, Miller, Agent
fMntni Land Diatrict���DUtrirt ol QiMfl Charlott
Take nonce that ihirty da.- from dute, I, C. E ���
Banner of Prineo Ruport, H. C, l>>  occupation.
bookkeeper, inlend io appl>   to ihu Chief Com- ;
miaaioner of Lands for a QooPN 10 pruapect for
coal and  petroleum on ami under M0 acre* of
land on Gri-ham laland deacril-i.j a.** fellows:
Commencing at a poat plunti.l ut tho oouthweit
corner of Coal Lease No. 4468 nurked C. E. B.
Coal Lease No. "8, thence north M-* chuim, thonco
wnt 80 chaina,  tbenn auuili  BQ cliuina,  thenco
eaat 80 chaim to point ot soimm tK-i-ment covering
all foroahore Tlahn Point.
Datod Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH
Pub. Oct 7.
Skoena Land DUtrlct���Dutnct of Queen Charlotta
Tako notico that thirty duys from duie, 1, A. T ,
Hroderick of Princo Rupert, H. C, by occupation
bank manugor, intond to apply to the Chief Com-.
mixtlonur of l.umU for a licence tu pruapect for
coal and petruleum on ami under '*<������' acroe of
land on Graham laland doacrihod as fulluwi:
Commencing at a post planted two milee north
uf C. E. B. Coal Leaaa Nu. 17, marked S. W. ;
corner A. T. B. Coai Lease Nu. _->, tlience nurth
���".<* chaina, thunco oaat 80 chimin, i*.. ���,.-.* twuth SU
chain*, tlienco weat 80 chains tu place of com- '
mencomunl.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter, Agent
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict uf Qut*n Charlotto
Tako notico ihat ihirty da>t. frum date, 1, A. T. '
Hroderick uf Pnnco Ruport, B. C, by occupation ;
{ bank manager, inlend to apply to the Chief Cum-
miaaioner uf Lands for a licenco to pruapect for |
cual and  petroleum on  and under M0  ..-������*  uf
land on Graham laland doscribod u fulluan:
Commencing at a poat plnaled two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 20, marked S. E. '
corner A. T. B. Coal Leaae No. 20, thence nurth
80 chaim, ihonco wust SO chaim, thonce aouth
SO chaina, thunco east 80 chaim lo place of cum*
mencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Ucator
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter, Agent
Pttb. Sept. 23.
Skeuna Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take nonce that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Haii.ur of Prince Ruport, B. C>, by oceupalion
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Undi for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under Mm acre* of
land on Gruham Ulond doacribed as folluws:
Commencing at a posl planted live nidus vast
of Coal Loaao No. 4470, marked C. E. B. S. W.
curner of Coal I < . ��� No. 3, thonce easl SO chains,
thence nurth 80 chaina, thenco weat SO chaim,
thence auuth SO chaim to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11. Pill. C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlutte
Tuke nutico thai thirty days from date, I, C .-..
Buinler uf prince Rupert, li. C, by occuputiun
boukkeepur, intend tu apply to lhe Chief Com-
mUsiunor uf Umln fur a licence lo prospect fur
cual and (tetroleum on and under M0 acrea uf
land un Gruham Island diwrrilied ai fulluws:
Commencing al a poat plinted live miles cast
u( I oal Leumi No. 4476, marked C. E. B. S. E
curmr Coal Leaae No. 4, thencu west 80 chaim.
thence north 80 chaina, ll.ence east SO chains,
thence soulh SO chaini to pluce **'. commencemenl.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER. Localu
I'ub. Sepl. 23
Skouua Und Dutrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlolt
Taku nutice thut ihirty *..*** from dale, I, A. T
Bfotett uf Prince Ru|>ert. li. C, by occuputiuir
bank manager, intend lu apply to the Chief Cum-
mUsloner -ut I ��������� .1- (ur s ucvnre to |u.��i��--i for
cual and iwiroleum un and under 040 acras of
land on Graham laland described aa follosrs:
Commencing al a post plantod twu milos north
of Ce E. B. Cual Lease Nu. 21, marked S. ��
corner of A. T. K Coal Leaao No. 27, thence
wesl SO chains, thence nurth 80 chains, thenee
east 80 chains, thrnce south SO chains lo place
of commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12. 1911. C. E. Balnter, Agent.
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict��� DUuict of Queen Charlotta
Tako notice lhat thirty days from daw, 1, C. E.
Hainter ol Pnnn- Rupert, B. C, by occupation
tMkkeepar, Intond lo apply to the Chief Commiasioner of Unda for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under MO aoras uf
land on Graham laland described a* follows:
Commencing al a pust planled live mike oast
of Coal Lease Nu. 4474, marked C. E. Bainter's '
N. E. oorner Cual Uaae No. 9, thence auuth 80
chiins, thoncu wost so chaina, Ihence north 80
chains, thonco eaat 80 chains lo placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Taku notice lhal thirly davs from dato, 1, C. E. i
Bainter of Prince Rupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to tho Chiof Cum- !
minioner of Unds for a Licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on snd under 640 acrua of
land on Graham lslsnd doscribed as follows:
Commencing al a post planted two miles norlh
of C. E. B. Coal i. .*.-*.* Ku. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uuso No. 18, thenoa aouth
80 chains, thonce eual su chains, thence north SO
chaim, ihence wost su chaim lo place of com-
muncomunl.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Ucatur
Puh. SepL 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlot of Quaon CharloUe
Take notice thai ihirty days afler dale, I, C. E.
Bsinter of Princu Rupert, ft. C, by occupation
iKKikkeeper, inlend iu apply to the Chief (<nn-
rmasioner uf Unds for u licenco to prus|>ect fur
cual and petroleum on Hud under Mo scree of
lend on Graham Island described as (ullu��a:
Cuinmuncltig st u pusl planted twu *,,���. north
uf C. E. II. Coal Uosu No. 13, marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Co.l Uaao No. 19, thence nurlh
80 chsina, thenco east SO chaim, thence euulh 80
chslna, thence wust SO chains to plsce of commencemenl.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict -DUtrlct of Queen Charlotu
Tako notice lhat ihirty daya from date, I, C. E '
Bainter of Princo Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to lho Chief Com-
iniaaionur of Unds for a licence to proajiect for
cual and pelroleum on and under 640 acres uf land
on Graham laland deacrihed as followi.
Commencing at a poal planted two milee north
of C. E. 11. Coal Uaae No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. E. II. Coal Uaao No. 20, thenco norlh
80 chaina, thenco woat 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 '
chaina, thence eaat 80 chalm to place of cummencemenl.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Puh. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Tako nolico that thirty days after date, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation ,
bookkeeper, intend Ui apply to tho Chief Com- :
miasionor of Unda for a licence to proapoct for '
coal  antl petroleum on and  under 040 aires of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. K. II, Coal Uaae No. lf��. marked S. E. j
eorner C. E. 11. Coal Uaao No. 21, thence norlh j
80 chalm, thence wost 80 chalm, thence south 80 :
chains, thencu v.v.t ��� 0 chaim to place of com- '
mencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Skeena Und DUUict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
Take nolico lhal thirty dayi from date, I C. E.
Buinler of Prlnco Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to tho Chief Cotn-
mlasluner of Unda for a licence to prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
oland on Graham laland described as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. E. 11. Coal Uaac No. 16, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 22, Ihence south
80 chaina. thenco weat 80 chalm, thonce north 80
chaim, thence east 80 chalm to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Ucator
Skeona Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotu
Take nolice that thirty daya from date, I, C. E.
Balnier of Prince Hupert, 13. C., by occupation
bookkoeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
minioner of Undi for a licence U proapect for
coal anil petroloum on and under 610 cares of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two mllos north
of C. E. II. Coal Uaae No 17, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 28 ihence aouth
80 chslna, thenoe west 80 chains, thenee north
80 chains, thence east 80 chalm to place of commencement.
Daiod Sept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTKR, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 28.
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Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth
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Dili I hit   riKini  tu
rpstnurin-t
C. E. Perry, Principal
Nanaimo, B.C.
Corley & Burgess, Props
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Plumbing, Heating, StoBmflttlngand
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I'ho.io 174        Sad Aw. �� THE DAILY NEWS
COAL NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skoena Lund DUtrlct���Piatrict of guuon Chtirlolto ' at-.
Tako notico that thirty daya Irom dulo, 1, C. K.       .,."
llalnlor ol I'rinco Ruport, 11. C, by occupation   it,,,,.
nu Land Diatrict���DUlrict ol Coiut llanao &
,��� -ako notico that Lclloy  K.  lirant ol  I'rlnce
boTikkoopor, intnd to "apply to tho"chlul Com- f���P?rt,' ','��� C' "ccunatlon civil onillneei. Inlunda
missioner ol Lunda lor u liconco u. urtwiioct lor i , ' l'ly,'?' BSfmlWOa to putcliaao the lollowtnu
coul und potroloum on and undor 610 ucroa ol   ���**,?*������-"*- **<**<*������ ,        ,   ,
land on Urahum laland doacrilned i.s follows: Commonciag at a post Dilated about 3 1-2 miloa
Commoncini at a posl planted ono milo north ' ]',", n����*'>-'ly -ircclion Iron; tho nurtlieaat comer
ol C. K. 11. Coul Loaso No. I), markod N. W. EH "}���L",1 \**i **** *> c.*"*>* t) Uriel, thonco
corner C. E. B. No. 10, thonce aouth 80 chuina, i "2 .��� ��i I*' J1'"!10" ni',rth 6U '''.lm1"/ *****
Ihonco weat 80 chn!-.B, tlienco north 80 chuina fffft l0, h*"'k "' ,l,VBr- ***** **""** I0lto��ta|
tlienco ouut 80 chaina to placo ulcoiumencoineiil.       ',","J. "', fiv" t0 1'olnt 0| eommencoment:   con-
PSCISCV,aU-   L S UA1NTKH' '"OTlor i =Vor��".l'.rre " "ui.tov k. ohant
i uu. Mpt. <o. pubi 0cu l0( Gordon C. Emmeraon. AftQt
Skoena Land DUtrict���Dintrlct ol ljucen ChurloUo
Tako notico that thirty days fron.ii dulo, 1, (.', E. ���
Huintor of I'rinco Huport, H. C, occuimt.iun Imuk. 'sk,l',l,,��a Lund District���UL-trict ol Coast Hin^e i>
koonor, Intond to apply to tho Chiuf Comimssiuut'r | ' ���*���**' notico tlml Lotlio Moiavish of Vancwuvor,
of Lands for a liconco to nrospoct fur cual und pCQUptupn '"wrri.il woman, intunds to apply
potroloum on and undor 040 ucnu of lund un '* \ut I""111 ''"'- tu purchaae tho following doacribod
Craham Islund described at. follows; , lands;
CommuncinK ut a post plantud twu mik-s nurth Cumtiu-ncinu at a pn-.t pluntod at tho north-
of 0. E. II. Coal Loaso No 8, markod N. E. curnor Jf*' cornor 100 chuins ousl und -u chainn north
of C. E. JJ. Coal l.i'iiM* No. 11, LhutuM south 'ail , y%um N. E. corntr ut l.ut lllti, llarvuy'a Survvy
rhaina, thonco woat HO cliuins, thonco north DO ' ' ,l ! '-"strict Kuiikc 5, thuncu UU chatm wuth,
chaina, thonco oust BU chuins to pluco uf cum-- "M-M -SU chaina uust, thonco 81) chains nurlh,
moncomont. thenco   10 chains wust,  thunco tiO chuins south.
C. E. UAINTEK, Locutur
Datod Sopt. 11,1UU.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Land District���District of Quoon Charlutto
Take nutice that thirty days from dato, 1, C. E.
thuncu 40 cliuins wost to poat of communcoment
dontunui lou ura mure or u -���*.
UutudSopt. IH, mu. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Tub. Sept. 2-1 Krwd W. Uohler, Ai[ont
Haintor o( Princo Rtlptft*- li. C, by occupation i Skwna Land District���District of Coast IUngo .'>
bookkoopor, intond to apjily to the Chiof Coin- '��� t  'laku iumcu tiiut Miss Mury Mulvillo of Claro,
missioner of Lund for a liconco to prospuct for
coul and potroloum on and under (.IU acres of
land on Craham Island doacribod us folluwa;
Commonclng at a post plantod twu milos north
of C. E. It. Coal Loaso No. 7, markod C. E, lt,
Coal Loaao No. 12, thonco south 80 chuins, thenco
east 80 chains, thenco north HO chuins, thunco
west 80 chains to place of eommencoment.
Datod Sopt. 11, i'Jll.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
C. E. HAINTER, Locator
Teluml, occuputiun spinster," intends lo upply
for panuadoo lu purchuae lho fulluwing deariuod
lunda:
CommenelHf al a post planted ono chaina north
uf tuu KoutheusL curnur ut Lot .. ij, thunco north
40 chuins, ihenco oust 20 chains, thonce south 40
chums, Lhuncu wesl 20 chuins lo puint of com-
mouLumoni; coiiinming flighty acrua, moru or loss
Dated ua. 11, lull. Ml&S MARY MULVlLLfc.
Tub. MOV* 11. Juhn C. Mulvillo, Agunl
IMi.i Coola Lund Diatrict���Diatrict of Coast Rang
Tuko notico ihut li. M. CIUI of Dundalk, Ireland, occuputiun Kcntlomun, Intunda to apply
lor perniiastun iu luaso tho following doacribod
lands:
Commoncing ui u post planted on tho shoro
ol Nocluctacuniiuy lUwt ubout 10 chaina woat
of Indian Ke-crvu Linu .thunco wosl tiO chains
(ullowii.g lho chauuol ul Nocloclscuunuy Rivur,
thoncu soulh bo chuins mure ur loss lu chunuel
of Hella Coolu River, thence following channel
..   ,.   I,.,..,.,,..,   , i uf  Rollu  Coulu   River easterly  tiO  chums,  nurth
Ks. c. UAiwii.il, Locator   ao chuina moro or loos tu point o( commoncomont;
containing 4H0 acres, moiu or leas.
11.  M. CLIFF
William McNair, Agont
Skoona Land Diatrict���District of Quoon Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days frum dato, 1, C. E.
Balntor of I'rince Rupert, 11. C, by occupution
bookkoeper, intond to apply to Lho Chiof Commiasioner of Lunda for a licenco to prospect fur
coal and potroloum on and under tilt) ucros uf
land on Graham Island doscribed as follows:
Commoncing at a poat plantod two milos north
of C. E. it. Coal Lease No. 7, markod S. W. cornor
('. E. H. Coal Lease No. 13, thunco north 80
chaina, thenco eaat 80 chains, ihence aouLh HO
chaina, thence woat 80 chaina to pluce of commoncomont.
DatedSept. 11, I'Jll
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict-DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte I pStaSaS *** "**
lalands
Take notice that Auatin M. Hrown of I'rinco
Rupert, H. C. uccupatiun aaddlor, intends lo Skoena Land District���District of Coaat Range 5
apply to the Chief Commiasioner of Lauds and Taku milieu ihat Ilenjandu Russet Ricu uf
Worka for a licence to prospect for cual, oil and I'rinco Ruport, H. C, uccupatiun waiter, inlunda
petroloum on and under the folluwing doacribed tu apply (or punuianiun lu purchaso iho following
lands on the West Coaat of Uraham Island: I deaenbed lands:
Commencing at a poat plantod throo milea oast, Commencing ul a pust.planted 0J chaina aoulh
of tho northeaat curnur of C. 1- No. 4478 thonco from iho suuthoust cornur uf Lol 30u0. I'oal
80 chaina eouth, thence HO chains oaat, Ihonco 80 ; marked H. R. It S. E. Cornur, thenco 7U chaina
chaina north, thonce 80 chains weat to point of , wuat, thonco i>*. chaiiu north, thuncu 70 chaina
uust,  thonco tij chaina aoulh  tu  puint ot   cum<
muncemeui, containing 4I��*i acrus more or loaa.
UKNJAM1N   ui .-M.i.   lilt I
Dated October 21, r.-ll.
Fub. Nov. 2.
Skeona Land District��� DMrict of Caaalar
i     Take  nutico  lhal Angus Junius   McKeniio of
Vuucuuvur, U. C., occupation boukkeeper, Intcdnna
to apply fur pormusiun tu purchasu thu following
, described landa:
Commencing al u poat planled at Ihu cun-
llueuce of Hlaekwaler rivur with Naaa rivur. abuul
iwo mile, south frum thu suih Dominion Tulegraph
cabin. 1'ust marked A. J. M. N. W. Curnvr,
thoncu  HO  chains south,  thoncu   80 chaina
commoncomont.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Date or Lucution Slat July, I'Jll.
Fub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notico that Auatin M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intonda to apnly to
tha Chief Commissioner of Landa and Worka
for a licenco to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and undor tho following doscribed londa
on the Weat Coaat of Uraham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted throo miloa raat
of the aouthweat corner of C. L. Nu. 4477 thenco
80 chaina eaat, thence 80 chaina north, thonco 80
chaina weat, thenco 80 chains aouth iu puint of
commencement.
AUSTIN M   HROWN   Locator   tnonco HO chains north,  thoncu 80 chaina   wuat
Dateof Location, 31st July ULL ^ I**""1 uf cummoticcmuni, containing bio acrus
Pub. Au_r  17 BON ur leaa
AUf" o      ANUUS JAMES McKENZlE
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUUict uf Quoen Charluttu   pSSnoKV^ IWl'
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Hruwn uf Princo
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply tu Skoena Land DUlrict -District of Caaaiar
the Chief Cummisaluner uf Landa and Wurka fur a Taku nuticu ui.it Herbert McLennan uf Van-
licence to proapoct for coal, oil and petroleum on and couver, ll. C, uccupatiun real u��iuiu ugunt, intends
under the folluwing deacribed landa on tho Wosl lu apply fur permuudun lu purcliaau lhe fulluwing
Coaat of Craham laland: i described landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod three miloa oaat Commencing al a pusl planled al lho con-
of the aouthcuat curner o iC. L. Nu. 4172 thence lluencu ut lllackwater river with Ihu Naaa river
north 80 chuina, thonco eaat HO chaina, thenco suuih abuul two milus auulb uf Um auih Dunuuiun
80 chains, thenco weat 80 chaina lu puint uf cum- Telegraph cabin. I'oal markod II. M. N. u.
mencomont. turner, thunce DO chains suuth, Ihuncu 80 chains
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locutur   weal,  thunce HO chaina  nurth,  thencu HO chaina
Lucatcd Auguat Iat, 1911. ��� easl lo pumi uf cum mun cement, cuntaining  bin
I'ub. Aus. IU. i acres mure ur Uws.
1 Dau>d Sepl. 23, lull       UERUERT McLENNAN
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrlcl uf Quoon Charlotte   i,ut��- MOTa *.
Tako notice that thirty days from dato, I, C. E | m
HalnU-r of  Prince Rupert,  11. C, by occupation ,  ��� .      . ,., m
bookkeeper, intend to upply to the Chief Cum- ��"���"��� ?**_ DUlrict-DUuict uf lout Range i
mlaaiunuV uf Lands for u Uconce tu pruspect for . \*�� nol*cg llml it Shr,,lo*,Lcr JtnT S25f"
coal and potruloum un and under b'jO acroa of uI \r,,1C0, ����P rt, ll. O, uccupaliun lucumutne
land on Uraham Island doscribod as follows: engineer, intuud tu apply tor purmiaaiun lu purchaw
ITEMS OF
n posl plunlwd  tivo miles - -> :
dp
t'omrtienciug ut
ot Coul Leaao Nu. utu', markod C. E. H. Coal
Leuao No. 1, N. E. cornor, thonce west 80 chains,
thencu aouth 80 chaina, thonce uaat 80 chains,
thonce nurth 80 chaina lo placo uf cummencemenl.
Daiod Sept. 11, H'l 1 C. E. UAINTER, Lucatur
Fub. Sept 23.
the lull.*
o**i duach
ii, i*
Commencing al a poat planted at tha euulh*
wuat curner ut Lot Nu. nM vicinity uf Laku
lakclau and tnarkud Clirutophur J. Cranam
Ne E. Curner, thonco woal 10 ctiains, thence aoulh
HO chains, thencu oaat 40 chaina, Ihence nurth &0
chaina Ui poat uf cummencemonl; containing
320 acm, inuio Of leat.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated SepL 22. HHl   ll.&ft A.M.���Witnaaaed T. D
UM.
Fub. Sept.  mj.
Skoena Land DUtrict���District uf Queen Charlutte
Take notice that thirly days frum date, 1, C. E
Hainter of Princu Ruport, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, iiii.-ii.i to apply to thu Chiof CommUaioner of Landa for a licenco to pruspect (or
coal and petroleum uu and under t>40 acrea u.
land on Uraham Islund dcscrit>ed ua fulluwa:
Commoncing at a post planted llvo miles ea��t , (ur permiaaiun tu purchu*. the fu.luwang dMHM
a\****aaX I   >^mondng at a ��t p.��tod 40 cha.na .outh
80 chaina,  thencu north 80 chuina,  thencu wo.it
Skeena Land DUtricl- Dutrict of Caaaiar
Tako nutice that IL IL Stewart ot Vancouver,
U.   I'.,  occupaUon  truckman,  Intonda  *>  apply
-1 chaina lo placo of commoncement
DatedSept. 11, lull.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Fub. Sept. 23.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
of Pre-emption No. *���'.'<  and **2 chatua aaat Irum
lho Naaa Rivor (S. W. CO, thencu 40 chatna out.
thenco 40 chaina nurth, thenco 40 cbatna w......
thonce 40 chaina aoulh to the point of commence-
I ment to contain ItiO acroa mora ur loaa.
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
! i iiii* il Aug, 1U11. Jamea T. Fullorton, Agont
. Pub. SepL 23.
j Skoena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ot Coaal Range   ���
Take notice that llaruld E. Smith ut Murely
m t      i t_* . i .    rw .     , *,t t*. ���mt if,,,.... K       *aKo nouce i iat itaruiu c. smim ui  ��iurei>,
Skoona Und D.strict-DMr��2'��SlgCl  ita, occupation station agent, inlenda lu apply
Take nutico  that  we  the  umlersntned.   Allied    . , ,'..,,���*���, .���  d, *     L|L.-h__ AiMES
Take nuticu thut ...
Chriatlttn Curdo und Win. M. Juhnston ol Prince
Ruport, U.C.. occupution mining engineer and
pruspoclor. Intend to apply for permiasion to
leaae the followinK described lund;
Commencing nt a post plantod 1-4 mile eait of
the TycuStalluiMj.T.P.Ky.Station and approximately 27 milos oust of Princo Ruport, thonco north
40 chaina, thonce oast 10 chuins, thence auuth 2ft
chains more or loss lo railway guide, thonco
westerly 26 cbaina mure or loss folluwing aaid
grade tu point of commencement nnd containing
70 acres or lesa.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN UARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nov. 21. 1911
I'ub. Doc. G. 1011    ���
Hella Coola Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Coaat Rango
3
Take nolice thut If. M. Cliff of Dundalk
fur pernlsaiuu ic purcbata ibe following doacribod
landa:
Cummonclng at a poat plantad at the eouth
wait curnor 100 chaina eaat and 20 chaina north
from N. E. vomer of Lot 1116, llarvay'a Survey
Coaat DUlrict Ranga 6, thenoe 40 chatna *a��L
thonce 80 chaina nurlh. Ihence 40 chaina **a*\\
Ihcr.ca HO chains auuth to puat ut commencement
cuntaining 320 ucrea, mora ur lea*.
Datud Sopt. IH, 1U11. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sopt. 23. Frad W. Uohlvr, Agon
Skwna Land DUuict���DUUict ut Cuaal Itange .
Taka nuticu lhat I, Uurdun C. Emmcreun ut
Princu Ruport, II. C, occupation real eatale
broker, iniond to apply (or permiaaion to purchaa* the following (laacilbed lunda:
Commencing al a post pin... I about 2 3-4
null*" in ���* northerly direeliun Irom tha northoaat
comer port ot Lut L1H9, Itange J. Cuul Dialricl,
] SPORT!
WHITE V8. BLAOK
Tho  Struggle  Botwoon  the  Two
Raoea Is Over a Century Old.
Tin. abandoned iiulu between
Hi.' young Englishman, Bombardier Wt'iu, nmi jaok Jbhnson
brings i uut Hi.* many struggles for Hallo Bupromaoy lhal
havo tiiki'ii pini't- between white
untl lilaik.
(,n  ii ber  is,  1810, Tom
i.i'ilili, the English ohamplon,
I'u.-i'tl the Formidable Amorloan
negro, Tom Molynoaux, before a
orowd such n*. im,i perhaps never
before galborod lo witness any
like .--.i'lll. Hull* wci-i* splendid
Bpeoimons of humanity, weighing
over -<io pounds, lho negro, who
was llie in.iie musoular, usint,' liis
superior strength lo such an ef-
leci iluii the in1.1�� rose lo l lo l
in liis favor. Indeed, Grlbb was
virtually knooked oul >.f lime, and
but for his M'cuiiils, who ci.ii-
irive.i l.y dl8lraoling ih.- allenllon
ni' lhe negro's attendants lo gain
siiillcicni tune for Ihoir prinolpal
to reoover his slroug'lb, would
have lost the light.
As it was Iho'English ohamplon
oonlrivod t.< outlast lho ohal-
Icnger, whoso ferooioui method
nl tiiiack hail ozhausled his
Blronglh .innl snaiche.l a hardly
oarnod victory. When, however,
the couple again met tlio following yoar Crlbb wisely lefi noliiing
I., ohanoo, and entered tlio ring
in superb condition ami heal
Molynoaux   so   l.adly   that   lho
I.luck's    s unls    threw   up    llie
sponge within Iwonly minutes.
Prom thai limp until Johnson
heal Jeffries Ihcre has I.ecu no
oolorod ohamplon, ih..ugh lhe
race has produced many grand
nghlorsi one of ihe bosl waa
litll lliohmond, who airurds u
striking iusiam... of the vetcran
on the stage. Until li.- was turned
nriy li.- wtis not considered >>r
much account, ami in Iho early
battles    displayed    Ihu    "while
I'calln-r." lu his Hfly-*. ml year,
however, lm entered llie ring
against a musoular young follow
nam.'.I Davis, lo whom he was
giving twenty-eight years in age
uml eight  pounds in weight, ami
gained a signal vlotory.
The lollowing year In- accomplished au even greater fcal when
Ik- ilceisivoly thrashed Tom Sli.-I-
Inn, who was clussetl aiming lhc
foromosl heavyweights of the
day. Even then Ins career was
not quite over, fur iu 1818, when
in liis Qfly-slxlh year, lie huil a
rattling turnup with Jack Carter,
who al Ilial lime wns laying claim
I.. Hi.- championship, and iu three
rounds put "paid" to tiiut bumptious boxer's account.
Among oilier black lighters
win. hate made a lasi ing reputation in Uie ring inny in- mentioned
Bob   Travors,   the   opponent   ol
.l.-iii Mi  ami lloh llrellle; iiob
Dixon ami Joe linns, the accoiu-
plishod lightweights, and Peter
Jackson, whose memorable glove
 iic-i wiili Frank Blavin at the
National BporUng Club will never
lm forgotten.
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CLEVER OR LEARNED?
Leaned   Women   Are   Not  Often
Considered Clever.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
t.s. Prince Rupert
Leave   Prince   Ruperl   Tliur.dny   at   8:30
���  '    Vin-
23d
p. ni.. Dtc. 21 It tnd 28th, arriving  In  V.in-
co-vtr  early  Saturday  morning,  Dec
and 30th
MAKE   YOUR   RE8IRVATION8   EARLV
Phone  260
SS. Prlnct John lor Stewart 10 a. m ,
Dec.  20th  and  27th.
Pre.ent  tchtdula  will   remain  In  -enact
Ontll   above   dale..
Bi-weekly trnin service to Vniiurmlul.
Trains Isavs Prince Rupert nt l p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert -I p.m. on
Thursdays nnd Sundnys.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
from Chicago.    The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
*'...iii.e'iie'i.- with nil r..;.<!.   K...t  antl
West.    Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged..    Full information and
tickets obtained from thc office of
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FREIGHT   AND   I' \s.-*>*N.*rii   AUENT
A
THE WAY OF AN OCTOPUS
Will  Canada  Stand  for  the  Exploitation of Her Timber and
Natural Resources as the
States Have Done?
land, occui.ullon jtonlloi-na!!, Intend, to apply lor | Iliunce  -
pmWoaU. MM'tl>�� lollowinil du.-rll.wl land.:       baak, thence -wuth lullo��rln�� nv.r bank U. I i
C'onii!i-'tictfi)t  at  a  aa��x  plattl-id  ct  lh<* .hon* * ol co!
near lho N. K. cornur ol IaiX No. 1, ihence norih ; ""*,-,.,,,,    ,,,,.,���,    ,    ,-,.,   ,,  ,,
to chain., llience w����t SO chain, mora or Ice. lo   lilted fcapt.l), ISII.  li'iM"'    ' '���������<���
.���ii-el  boundury ol cannery la***, thence lollo��ltig
I'ub. Ocl. 10.
llie wild >a��t boundary -wuth 40 chaini morn or
I.-, to ahore lino, thenoa tollowln-t uld ahore
line eaau-rly 80 cliain. moru or lea. to point ol
commencement;   containing  110 acroa,  moro or
imotl Allg-uet 81, 1811. II-   M-  CI.IH-
I'ub. Sept"30. William McNair. Agt-nl
llt-lla Coola Land DUlrict���Dlalrlct ol Coaal llango
Take notice that II. M. CIIH ol Dund.il., Ireland, oceupailon genUeman, inlend. to apply
lor  pormiialon  to leaae  tho  following  deacrilwd
'"commencing at a po.t planlc.1 at llie N. E
corner ol Lol 3.1, Ihence norlh 20 ciiains, thonce
weat 40 chain., llience *kiu-|i 10 chain, more or
Ui*, to ehore line, thonco lollowing the ahoro line
eaat 40 clialM moro or loaa to point ol commence
n.untl containing 80 carea, more or oe..
I.ale.1 Augual 31, 1811.      ._ B?._KL��H_2
Datod Augual :
I'ub. Sept. 30.
William McNair, Agent
Delia Coola Land Diatrlct-Dlatrict o ICoaat Hang
Take nolice that 11. M. CUB ol Uumlalk, Ireland occupation gcntlonian, Inlenda lo apply
(or  poSi-n  to 1e_ao  tho  lollowing  deacribed
'"IvJnimoncing at a poat planled at lho N. W.
co ne" -I Lo No" , thenco norlh 10 ehaina. Ihence
ZxtiI cl_ na, Hi-nee -outh 40 chain, mow or
Si to ahoro line, tlienco lollowing ahoro line
Sterly 40 chain, mow or len to point o com-
JenSenl;   chaining 80 acre., "joro o,^e��.
Delia Coola Und Dtatrict-Diatrlct ol Coaat Uanga
 _- ,..-, i|   M. Cllll of Dundalk, Ire-
���t%Lmm.*& ^��d4,,,taM-w
Sk.i'iia i.mi't DUtrlct���Dlalrlct ot Coaat lUnfa b
'lak* notice tlmt lllrlam Koy McTaviah of
YYinnlp��8. Mun., occupauon bmrrlatrr, inUnda
to apply lor pwmtaaloo Ui purchaao tha followini
.ii-acrii.r-1 landa;
Communclng nt a poat planted at tht aouthweat
corner .<* chaina oast and 40 chaina north from
N. L. corner ol l>ol 1116, Hwey'a Hurvey Coaal
Dlalrlct IUnge ... thenoe 60 chaina *�����***., thence
mi chaina north, ihvnoc 60 chaina wnt, thance 60
chaina aouth to poat of commencement containing
.iiio ucrea mora or leaa.
Dated Sept. 18, 1811  lllill \M  11UY McTAVlSH
Pub. SepL 23. Kred W. llohler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Cwlar
Take   notice   that   Charlea   William   Ham   of
Vancouver, IL C. occupation tnapector, Intenda
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the confluence of Iliackwaler rivor with the Naaa river
about two mllea aouth from tho aiith Dominion
Telegraph cabin. I'oat marked C. W. II. ����� W.
Corner, tbence 80 chaina north, ihf-nce hO chaina
I'i.'.i, thence 80 chuina aoulh, thence 80 chaina
waet to point of commencement, containing 640
HM mor. or -��"C|IARLKS muAm  ���AM
Dated SopUmber 23, 1811.
I'ub. Nov. 2.
Skaena Land Dlalrlct���DUtrlct ol (aaaiar
Take notico that Thomaa Arthur v. lm.* of Vancouver, II. C, occupaUon carpenter. Intend, lo
appiy lor permiaaion  to purchaae  tho lollowlng
deacribed land.:
(.'ommenclng at a poat plantod at tha confluence of Hlaekwaler river with Naaa river, aboul
two mllea .outh ol the aiath Dominion l.l-graph
cabin. I'oat markod T. A. W. 8. E. Corner, thenoe
HO chaina norlh, thenco 80 chaina w<mt, thence 80
^i}?S*SS*&
Skeena Land DUlrlct-Dlstrlct of Coaat llanw V
Tako niilloa that Joaae M. Tallman ol Cedar
^^^'.o'^^commencomonti eon
lalnlng80ac.ua, more'irl.se.. ��� ��� a m.
Dale.IAugt.si28, uu. ���.������ M-N���ir, Agenl
I'ub. bept. -10.
Charles Bdward lliis.scll lias
m i in I.* fur llif C.i.Miinpoliltiii a
tlmt -ii invcstigaiioii of lumber Iriisl methods���lm lias followed llu* slippery trail of llio
lumber oolopui literally from
Ooasl t>. coasl���and ho has the
"goodl."    You will bo -in pi i-.'il
at his revelations���that tlio tre-
iiiiiiiie.ii- power of llio Irust, its
liriizcn iiiililTeiciicc lo all hut its
��� iwu inl.'rests, its hold upon legislators, iis highway methods of
mil i..mil pocket picking. II will
he a great scries of articles������
vitally Interesting to every ono
win. has ever bought any pari
nf u tree. The llrsl article, will
appear in January. Stihseriplions
In Cosmopolitan will be accepted
until December lOth at the special
low rale lO Canada of 81.51). Cosmopolitan Agency, box 851, Winnipeg.
B.C. Coast service - Famous Prucvss
Lino
Princess   May
Saturday, December 9th, al 9 a.m
Fur Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle-
J. C McNab ��� General Asenl
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in tin- lli'lgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit tho lodge.
J. P. CADE. N.G.
J. CLUCK, Sec.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
nnd Fulton Street.
Also stores In same block.
Two rnitiifre* coii.er Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & I'll' ���      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware        Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
* * * ���-.
Tnko
land,
lor  perm
***"**' I.. ..I  a noil planted  at lho S.  B
(���ommoncins St   LP<<���*- *j���� .,��� ch.|���. mor.
cornor o I Lot -', ",���,.������,���,���  u(   *4tm  No.   1
���   FOR  SALE
I .ni*. In bll pi.rt. ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
'n.>rtl.��*rn  *��*>><***''*'*'
ttoulherl)
Ighl  ban!
I      i Irrr.rr,^    lr,'..   . r,l  I    ,ni��l  )Uat  aaat  I
of Crow l~ko.   Th.nce -wuih 20 chaina. thenca | Wc represent some ol the largest Com-
chain, more   weat 20 chaini more or leea to the *nWJ
....   No    1    Crow   Uko,   thence  northerly   and   eaaterly   lot-
,'.,'^20 chain,   lowing tho'.hor. line, ol Crow Uke,. lh. Inlet
1.M        *������*���<��� % ��M*S*4JBJSK   KcS-;  UE" and" KutWm.t-���  Inlet to th.
S% NbW?"��� U - ^mW^mKaaZ
cu��.",inx H0 ��"�������� .l'*��� ^ l,M-    |i.  M. CLIIT   Dated Aug. 9. 1��U. J_SSBM.1AIJ.MAN
 r Aeiinist 28. 11)11.       _  ....t.i.   a...,ni    Pub. Aua. 12.
Cuar.irrier. - -   ,        .*,. ,
Dateil AtigiMtSS, 181
Pub. Sept. ilO,
William McNair, Agont
Pub. Aug. 12.
panics doing business In the City.
C. D. RAND
Second Ava. Phonal 12
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KING GEORGE  HOTEL j
-:  ��*-oTi.itjw..v SS5 Ronaa   :���        T
<*' -mumtl Vmlet   He*   S.nitrt-r! -ei
R.l- 35c pa N.|U  ni  Vtrntis t
MRS. C. MeKNICHT      -        Proprl.torJ
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I
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraeer and fill).        Choice Wlnea and Cin-are
RUPERT'S   PALACE    OF "COMFORT
Learned women are lm. ofien
oonfu8od wiih clever women, and
ii is ilu- former who usually meet
wllh tnnsciiliiie disapproval���and
feminine also, I'm* lhal maltbr.
Learning and olovornoss may
often go together, hut lho lorms
are by no means synonymous. A
woman's I.ruin may be a Blore or
lumber room of borrowed fuels,
paoked olosoly Logelher, hul she
may, nevertheless, huve no power
whalever of original thinking,
she oannol receive nn Idea, pontic it in hor mind and give it
back I" the world in a new and
Illuminated form, sin- ims no
power of abslracl thought. A
woman ��� ��� r this lypo is usually
pompously heavy in conversation,
anxious in display her own laboriously aoquired knowledge and
eager, whonovor possible, Lo expose nlhci's' lack of it.
aohiovc this
wiih hor, A lx
In   gel   min
In i;i\i- her i
cnil il is iH'i'i'ssnry
r\i* all, W0 must seek
I'lnsc   in.-iilal   Imieli
���iilllltlcln'i'."
WOMEN THAT MEN LIKE
Contrary to General Belief, Like
Attracts  Like.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-'.-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
I'rince Rupert P.O. Box 351
TO CURE BLUSHING
A Well Known Doctor Tells How
to Seek a Cure.
Tin- essential cause of morbid
blushing is au Inherited morbid
i.-uipei'iiiiii'iii. Blushing usually
lakes place moro readily before
strangers limn before acquaintances, nn.l before acquaintances
ilinn before Intimate friends, says
In*. Ilnrr. Campbell, who writes
mi lhe Bubjool iu Hi.- Practitioner."    It   nearly   always   occurs
int.i-e readily befoi no <��� r lhe
opposite t li:m of lha same sex.
Th.- nulie oxposcd ihe subjool is
i<> observation lhe more apt iS she
t.i blush, it is for this reason
thai going int.. a shop, especially
if Die nit.>ii.hints at'c of ihe opposite sex, i- such au ordeal lo
Hi.- inveterate blusher. To cure
ilu- morbid blushing, In-. Campbell BUggesls lhal lhc pali.'tit's
temperament must be altered;
hu.i temperament, ho says, is
blood. Au opon-air life attention lo lhe digestive system, mil -
.Im.r games ami itymnaslics���llll
these health) forms >>f exercise
will help lo effect a cure, Hul
while material methods must be
used psychic methods are of nn.l.ml.id Milne "We must endeavor lo con i  lhe pallonl'a
iiioi'lii.l   oiiiliink   nil   life,   an.l   (..
Tho average man is on "ordinary" person, and he is consequently aiti'ucie.l by the average
woman who la also an "ordinary"
person, (in lhe other ban.I, men
who are "oul  n fib., ordinary,"
ns lhe phrase goes, are often al-
Iraolcd by women of exceptional
mental equipments, QoOrges
Sainl may be cited as an Instance
nf n woman, who, though nol possessed nf any remarkable personal beaiiiy, yet exercised an
extraordinary fascination over
tbe distinguished men of her day
ami generation. The majority ..f
ihe wtiine nwliti reigned over the
French salons were women of
brains, ami tn Iheir gatherings
Hocked  most   or  the  celebrated
 n of Iheir period. Like alliacls
like, deep calls unit. deep, and
shallow unto shallow,
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. I.ENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of DC. Ontario, Saa-
and Mnriitiili.i llius. katvhewan  and Al
berta llara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristkks, Notaries, Etc.
Office- Exchange block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth atreet. I'rince Ituuert. 8
AN  EMERGENCY SOUP
Palatable   Dish   You  Can
Ready in Ten Minutes.
Get
si ii- n dessertspoonful of pea
dour  inl.i a  cupful  of milk  till
sn Hi.    I'ul   Inio  a  pan,  with
hall' un nui..11 llnely chopped, one
ounce of dripping nn.l one lea-
spoonful "f Bovril. Pour over
a pint of boiling water, stirring
well,
ulc
A.hi
ami   boil
i  and  pepper i<>
for live minutes.
"OUR REGIMENT"
Prince Rupert  Dramatic Society
Have First Play Ready.
The Prince Ruperl Dramatic
Snetelv has now gotten its llrsl
play, --uni* Regiment," ready for
presentation. Tho sooioty will
make iis il.-bui in tin- Empress
Theater on lhe evening "f December 80th.
Christmas Cards.
I.ai-(.*es|   assort ment   in   town.
Met;in sending now.    Don't fail
to look ibe mover.   Keeley wants
to see you. If
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, akilf ully treated. Gu and
local anaathollca adminiatered for the patnleo. extraction of tooth. Con.ultatinn froe. Office.:
lleliroraon Ulock. Pnnco Runert. 11-12
Alex.M.Mini-m B.A.,      *><*' V. Williams.n.A.. 1..I..H
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.t
p.:o. uox n
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
I'll'll. OP Wll. FOXON, Esq.. A.H.A.U.. ION.. EMQ
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fir., Life and Accident In.urance.
tils 3rd Avenuo Phone 203 and Grwn Iii
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ava.
==E.   EBY   CSk   Co.__=
REAL  ESTATR
Kitsumkalum Land For Sal*
KITSUMKALUM . 11   ('
C.UMtjr Sweeping isd fanuce Qtuag
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
Practical t-i.m St-ee, *Uins   I mi H*rl. m
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   SM.
OPEN DAY AND KIOIIT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS asi, KMIIALMERS
Funeral  Dlns-lor.
Srd Ave. near Sth St. phone No. M
l-MOKE SOI P.O. SOI SOI
PONY EXPRESS
sr-rre-MATIC liR'il.Me   en e.rav  anvil I
IIaa*aiwe. Stora-re and  Forward In* A���>nta.    For
K'.s ur M te.r Car day ..r nuht
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
I'he.ne .Kit
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngnun's Home
Free Labor Barrau in Connedioo
Phone 178 Ist Ave. and 7lh St
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor!
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines 11 Periodicals .-: Newspaptra
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUIT8
Q.T.P. WHARF
.Whites Portland CemenL.
0. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Pbont 125      Nifci Rltxk       SecsaJ At*
Advertise in
The Daily News "ri
THE DAILY NEWS
THE PASSING OF
A. J. BALFOUR
(Continued from page one)
him. The Lloyd George budget
bus nui spoiled bis real affeo-
iimi for lhe "little Welsh attorney," And us for Chamberlain's
tni'iiV policy, ih.' besl he oan think
in iis favor is that ii might not
tin niiu'ii harm.
In ilio Unionist party is no
si'i'niiil Balfour, There are 'men
more virile, more robustious,
inl. liniii* in winsome, none sn
more pushful, bui none sn skill-
potent wiih ilu' "bosl families,"
who after nil give subslanoe uml
dlgnilj in English Toryism, This
was painfull) evident almost any
daj in Hi'* House nl' Commons.
If in* was 11,���! there you might
st-i- .-inn.- frantio gosturings ami
thrust nr hi.mil. Nol lhal even
olub wavings, but tm fence or
lu* aver drew more blood lhan
onough i" prove his own quite
unequalled .-kill ns a dialetlo
swordsman.
Ur wn*. seen in fine advantage
mi mn' notable oooasion in June
lasi during the 001 atioti festivities, A dinnor was given lo lhc
overseas Prima Ministers l.y lh.'
Constitutional club. Several of
ilu' Unionist journal^ hail been
working overtime trying in harness ilu' conferom f tin- Premiers i" Iheir own jingo-imperial coach, .\nii.' of the Premiers, nol even sir Joseph Ward,
WOUld    lain'   In   Ilii'   OOllar.      I   tin
uni believe .Mr. Balfour hail any
sympathy wiih llu- scheme liim-
sfir.   lif was chairman when the
overseas leaders were kh��*.-is .if
ilu-   great   political   club   whose
motto, carved in slone ovor thc
doorway, is "For Kin*i ami Constitution."     lit   all    lhal    great
gathering  two  men  Btood  alone
nn.l apart  from all ih.- others.
The>  were I.nib  leaders.    Hoih
were  touched  with  the  unmis-
takeabio   marks   nf   distinction.
Each represented what was flnosl
in ih.. blood ami breeding of liis
race.    The one wns of the old
English aristooracy, the olher of
lh.' ..I.l French,    lu penetration
ni mind, in doflness of touch, in
attitude, ami thought, ami style
nm f ihi' men from the homeland or from overseas was in the
class wiih Half..ur ami Laurier.
Ami yt'i ihe differences between
these Iwn in.-ii arc as marked as
lh.-ir similarities.   The one is n
philosophic    tlntihict-    bothered
wiih parly politics; the other a
licci'ful optimist, with a personal
nterest in human affairs. The
one expresses his most, dogmatic
opinions with a graceful air of
lhe genial cynic that robs them
nl' oorivinoing and compelling
power; the other, with something
ni' ihe Gladstone temperament,
kindles coiiiiiionplnce facts with
lhc Imaginative emotion that inspires belief. Tho one was not
a inaslL'i'i'ul leader, even in power;
where the olher sils, even in de-
fcal, will always be "tho head of
Hie  table."
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A
 H
CAKEFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
1
���^H^all^H^II^H^SS^aSf^l
~m
Tin
Xiu
problem of selecting small
Kills for Bending by mail
is easily solved at Wark's. Remember, youi' Inst oppprtunity
for mailing gifts home is Thursday, If
Big Baptist Brotherhood
hit tonight in the Mclntyre
Everybody welcome.
Boo-
Hall.
GREAT STORM
OVER BRITAIN
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' nnd Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared Direct
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.
COMPANY.
-Houaoa and Rentala.
Three Large Steamers Wrecked
in the English Channel���One
of the Worst Storms on Record
for Many Years.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Dover, Dec. II.���A great storm
is raging in the English Channel
ami has already olaimed over a
sent f lives. Three large steamers aro wrecked, one in lhe harbor hero being completely broken
iu two by lho force of the gale.
Itepoi'ls from France show a
similar stale I here, wlicih is regarded the worst storm In many
years.
Learn to Dance
I
Dance Tonight.
Sons of England Hall. Second
avenue, from !��� a. in. to 12 p. in.
Come and have a good lime.
GenU, $1; ladies free, (iray's orchestra. II
Christmas Season.
ai Keeley's a large assortment
of jusi the proper gifts for "him"
or "her." tf
Leave
(lowers.
orders  now
Wark's.
for
Xmas
tf
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
We  refund  your  money   if  we tin  not
teach you to rianco fur the  price
of one   ticket,
Wednesday*   and   Saturday!
in Sons of Enirlantl Hall; at H p.m.
For Rent
��� ���*^s��^l��**^l��-^>>-^ll*a._^i ������*-��������..--^.^**-^..^<��^��-#
For Rent���Nice clean, warm comfortable room*.
Kates 85a and up.   Kinir Qtorgt HotaL        tf
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, clone to McHride,
freshly papered and clean, only HO per month.
11  F. McRae & Co. t-f
J
I
Insurance
OUR Cumpanlea are noted for prompt and just
���ettlementa. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
j���
Wanted
Wnnte.1 to rent or leaae liy tlr.t of January. 5 or
.1 rrs.ni modern houae, clone in.   State terma to
Botxia.
Maternity nurae  open   for enk-nsement.
Box 2169 Newa.
Apply
tf
Wnnted. ��� Oroaamakinir, clennintr anil preaa-
inir, repnitinir for men anil women Mr. Charles
I'ercher. SioThird Ave.   I'honeIMlUd.     If
MARRY Why remain lonelyf The Ideal
lllll'iillllrtliill Cllll) hud-  li. li.ii'i'liii*-*.      A
strictly  private, turn-dais, up-to-date
iiiiiliiiiii Ln- |ii'ii|ii'il.v 111. i. ���. 111 ��� 111 k- wtirlliy,
ui'iiTiUKt'.ililr people ..f anv mii< tiiiiiv.
religion, .iRf*. or nii.iiuiiii t-..n.iiti..u.
Many people waltltin*. rich nnd poor.
I'arueuurs rr.*.-. i-iuin, -. nt���.i eaveiope.
I. C Wilson, bin I7T0, vaiii-i.iivcr, U. C.
r
Lost and Found
1
i FOIIND-
I Small Key..   Imiulreat New. Olllce.
2!S-tf
Real Estate
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED   j
l..'i  fur Sale In Section li.  ltl�� k  -.*.*. Lol 1.'.. 7th
Ave.   Apply Mike Kuilch. Box 68- City.      tf
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily Newa.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
l
Stenographer
1
Kastern stennvrapher of wide experience wanta
position. Address "Strmttfrapher," *-**2 Cordova .St.. Vancouver, B.C. l-f
Water Notice
THE     NEW8     OK
I. Alfred Christian Garde of Prince Rupert, occupation Mininn Knitinrer. give notice that on the
l>ih day nf December. Ml, I intend to apply to
the Water Commiasioner at his ofllce In Prince
Rupert fur a license to take and use two cubic
_, _ j    Kupert tor a license lo take and use two cubic
���" Ic *��� [    feet of water per second from an unnamed stream
j , in the District of C-*sl li n ,-. ,'.. Skeena Division,
f    l-l mite east of the T)er Station. G.T.P.   Rv.
-M.*w*-w��-��--4i   The water is to he uken fmm the stream about
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors       Military Brushes       Travelling Cases
Manicure Sets Perfumes Toilet Waters
C.  H.  ORME       -       -        The Pioneer Druggist
The ^G*aJlJL Store *****
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FOR SALE
1-3 cash
1-3   "
1-3   "
L
Lot 19      Block 33      Sec. 7      Price 8575.00
" 10 "2        "7 "   1100.00
"  12 "    37        '*   7 "   1400.00
WITH THREE-ROOMED HOUSE
Lot 10      Block lfi      Sec. 2     Price 1050.00 $401.35caah
" 61-62    "    12        "   2       "pr.2200.00   775.00   "
PETER   MdACHLAN Third  Avenue
REAL ESTATE UMBER
(4444444444444
The Jewelery Store
UMBRELLA
AN     IPSAL   CHRISTMAS   GIFT
You will find it an altogether
superior article. . . Haven't
you noticed it? . . It cost*
more, but look at what you
arc getting- not the lacking
in thc market at a cheap
price, but the very beat money
can buy. . . Suit Caae Umbrellas and lots of them-A
new shipment just in.
WOlllDNT YOU UIE TO SQ THEN'
Wark's
.THIRD AVENUE ISWSL8SS..
, one half mile above ll. ...tin. and t. to be -jard
fordevrlopin-f power f..ra.|uar>* altuated al tba
outlet of eald creek, alona- the Railway Brail-.
A I I III li CHRISTIAN GARDE
I Ml.-I Nu.. Ulll, l*|l. .1*7
Tenders Wanted
| Sealed Irtiilrt. will be rr.n.nl by th* und-r-
.Ikiw.1 up llll 5 p.m.. December Hlh. INI, for th��
ckravat...n for water plpeaa ��h..wn on plan and
1.1..Ml.* which Lvlher with full Inft-rtnatlnn and
form of temler can be obtained from tha city an-
K.neer. The lowe.t or any tender nol neceaaarily
accepled,
W. M. DAVIS, E. A. WOODS,
tt Cily Knainevr City i'k.1
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
H.I.O
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned un to Dec. 15, 1911, for 60
tons of coal (mine run). Delivered in
B ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not neceaaarlly accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND ��.,-.!.
. sis. . airi-aT
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C. T. P. Tran.fer Af ent.
Order, promptly filled.   Pricea naa-mabla.
Phone*
OFFICE-H. fl Hochwier. CantreHU
MEMORANDUM
OPEN     EVENINGS   UNTIL  9   O'CLOCK
1 BOY EVERYTHING
We   Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
L;t us loan you the irmjy to buy or j build a house or pay off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Fine View Corner
I SKI TION  TW
$2,250
-IN 8KCTION  TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
LoU 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
G.MADENCOMPANY
Second Ave-*
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C
SHE DIED WITH
HER HUSBAND
Paul Lafargue, Noted Socialist,
and His Wife, a Daughter of
Karl Marx, Commit Suicide Together���Prefer  Death  to  Age,
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Paris, Doc. 9.���Paul Lafnrgtio,
llu* well-known Socialist, and his
wife have committed suicide.
Lafargue lett a letter saying that
in* fell the approach Of the in-
llrinilies of old age, which threatened paralysis, and determined to
die while still in possession of
nil his faculties. Ilis wife refused to survive, preferring to
share liis fate. Lafargue said in
ut.-nl.'tl with various poisons and
lui.I .-liiis.'u tlie subcutaneous in-
.i.'flion of prusslo acid ns the best
means lo die.
Mine. Lafargue was llie daughter uf llie German Socialist, Karl
Marx.
M. Lafargue left the following
leiler lo liis fellow Socialists:
"I die with supreme ,i<>> and
with a certainty that the cause
In which I devoted my life will
triumph in lhe near future. Long
live oommunism, long live International Socialism."
.WATCH   THE   BIO   FURN1TUE
STORE    kor   (.RAN1)
DISPLAY ok
CHRISTMAS GOODS
We have received them in
something far exceeding any 0"theV Rttempt i��� princ
WE  ARE  COMPLETE  HOUSE
great quantities and will _|8D|av
D-!.. ..    _      **    *
upert,
Entranoo Thlnl Door from Sixth
Street on Second Avonuo
^URNISHEllS
Hart Block
ooooooo^
Christmas Gi
vmg
There is more than one article here suitable for Christmas
ing that will compel your inspection and a
RIV-
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
issttfL. youi selection.
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobacco jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Chrlatmaa 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
Hcst   nienl   in  town   at  Savoy.
A gift lhat always pleases���
beautiful chinaware. Many things
from the celebrated potteries of
Mu rope.--Wallace's.
I'.ind i min
Phone 4.
Pioneer. Cleaners.
jipiS-SiS-SSiSiSiSSS^^^
r
THE.
i itji iT~a ft-* ��* ii-a **%
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAItWAY
From Vancouw or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRY
Through Ticket* and all information about your trip
Roper's Steamship Agency
!nd Ava.    Haad ot Centre St.   Phona 110
Geo. D. Tite's j
-^..��-.-��...-��...-...-...-..    STORE   '^"^" *��ji-*��.i-*�� it *t��.i *>if
shows the way to furnish your home with quality ami economy.
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful tliuu a comfortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of k��o<I
Dining Room  Furniture,   Buffets,  China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs���leather scats
i
���������
1
...
*.*
*****
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50 *:'
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,   Rope Poitiers, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
in
For Good Values io Carpels and Rags ill sizes, Now is Your time to Buy |||
GEO. D. TITE
th-Gil
The Home Furnisher g
M
***���*
THIRD AVENUE,  THONE 20
S:8:S38iS:3S:3:5n;SS:5S^^^
Read The Daily News
_B_HHBi*ffflBI---lfflMBlWffl '��� *$ fl
The Paper     THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
for
Your Home!
Itgiyes you all the newa of your own city and district aa weljjgJ^pHncjpa! happenings
in all parts of the world. The news is well edited, ita news cgiumngjrecleaj? jrjdjvhglg:
Borne. It is a paper yon need in your home. The advertising^olumnsofjhe News_bnng
you in touch with opportunities for getting the full value for yourjiioney^
k
���2
'*i
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
i ii *%..-**. ..-^..--ifc..***. ..*^..^��.^..^., ^,.
J
In  Commercial Printing
we have * large stock of
*5t*5$99*��*$is!>^"
We handle Blank Lodger
Forma   for   Loose
Uaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlets
 ���>
1
I
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I
US'
For society printing, we enaure correctneaa of style and taste in_VigitirvgjCaj^g^_j_Lg_* -'H���
Invitationg and Dance Programmes.   For any kind of printing from thejnmible_!l<-0' ^r,',
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "News Joj___,
Daily News Building
Third Ave
mi
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