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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 296
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, December 27, 1911.
iLD. NEWTON STARTS THE FIGHT BY
ATTACK ON RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION
declares That Latter Bedy are Opposing Him for Mayor Because
They Want a "Real Estate Council"���Says That He is One
Who Can't be Throttled and Will Fight it to a Finish
The tirst shot in tilt* municipal
ampnign   wns   fired   Inst   night
hen   Alderman   Newton   opened
s campaign with a meeting in
he Presbyterian Hull. For two
ours    iii-   more    the   candidate
oke. Ilis speech was almost,
in li rely denunciatory, tho Engineer's department coming in
for most of the criticisms. Hc
also denounced llio Ratepayers'
Association, declaring that it was
a real estate council they wanted.
"Why are the real estate men
so anxious fur representation on
the Council?" ho asked. "It is
because they want to sit in easy
chairs in Iheir nice, well lighted
and well warmed nfllccs, smoking
twenly-flve cent cigars and making live hundred to a thousand
dollars on a deal, while wo work
eight or leu hours for a bare living. They want large prullts for
themselves, but starvation wages
for Others, And some of my colleagues ure helping Ihem lo swat
me. But there is one they can't
take by lho throat ond throttle,
nnd Hint  is mc."
He declared that the secret of
the opposition lo him wus that he
wns standing for the 45-cent
wage rule, but lie wns willing to
ilehnle with anyone nnd prove
llinl lhe 45-oent rule wns a good
one for the cily. He snid that if
Hie llnlepnyers' Association wus
sincere iu wauling a business
mun for mayor they could show
it hy supporting himself. Ho wns
willing lo pit bis business capacity against any of them. He
claimed that Ilis past record
showed Hint he hnd lhe necessary
"ginger" nnd stability of character. Tlie opposition to linn wns
really because be would nol be
.licliil.'.l lo l.y a hunch of riug-
Bters like ii jumping jack.
W. ll. Montgomery, who presided, snid he wns not ashamed
of being there or of any of the
sentiments lie lind heard ox-
pressed.
Mr. Gampp, president of the
Property Owners' Association for
Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, announood
thul a meeting would l.e held on
Friday nighl lo select candidates
for mayor und Council, und called
for three cheers for Alderman
Newton,
NEEDS NEW INDUSTRY
Water Supply  for Cold  Storage
Co. Next Year Provided For
Willi a view In lh.* ii Is of the
Cold Storage Company for water
next, yeur, lhe pormanoni ii inch
main is recommended in In- laid
on Sixth Avenue, iusload of a
temporary pipe CasI iron pipe!
musl In- ordered rrom England!
for litis.
Puntoriuni
Phone i.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
Ticklish Navigation
Alderman Hilditch's    ark    . ti
E ml Avenue this morning was
breasting the rollers in line style.
The ark is Irving lo make n slur-
hoard lauding afler the slyl,: ol
Barney Johnston wllh lhe lluperl.
Prince Hupcrl's lending holel���
Savoy.
MEAT PACKERS HAD PLANNED A
$500,000,000 GIANT MEAT COMBINE
Sensational Evidence Comes Out in the Trial of the Chicago Meat
Packers���Had Planned to Make Loan of $90,000,000 to Put
Thing Through---Trial Now on Before Judge Carpenter
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Chicago, Dec 27 Details for
a $500,11011.(1(1(1 merger on Armour, Swift, Morris interests in
1002 by whioh lho Qovernmeni
contended il wns sought lo control the wheal industry of this
country wus revealed loday in
lhe trial of lhe ten Chicago puckers before United States Dislrict
Judge Carpenter.
Allorney Yec.lcr leslilled that
the plans for lhe ginnl merger
were    aliandoiii'tl    and    thut     ill
MR FRANK MOBLEY IS INVITED
TO OFFER HIMSELF FOR MA\OR
Popular Business Man and Ex-Alderman Got the Spontaneous Support of Ratepayers' Association Last Night���Hope is Widely Expressed That He Will Run
Mobley the one man who i.s pre-1 privately  urged  Ilis  In  enter  lhe
TEDDY R. SAYS HE WOULD
RATHER HGHT THAN EAT
DECINES INVITATION TO A SWELL PEACE BANQUET, SAYING
HE IS NOT IN SYMPATHY   WITH   PEACE-
CALLS THEM   ALL TRAITORS.
(Special to Dally News.)
��� New York, Dec. 27.���Closo on
$tlr heels of llie greill pell 1 1-
p>g which was broken up by dis-
Bfbara opposed lo lhe rnliflca-
ri.ii. o flhe Irealies With Kngland
Iml l-'rnnce, disagreements have
arisen over whal is being planned
Is one of the greiilesl pence dingers  the country  tins ever seen.
II developed lodny lhal former
President Roosevelt had replied
lo a seini-ufllcinl invitation lo tit -
lend lhe function, nl which President Taft will be the principal
speaker, declaring Hint his senli-
monla were wholly at  variance
wiih Ihe theme to 1 xpressed
at the affair and censuring ns
traitorous to their principles nil
those who aooepted lhe Invitation,
STATION GANGS'
BIDS ACCEPTED
Contracts Awarded for Exoavatlon
of Pipe Line In Olty Limits for
Water Supply from Wood-
worth.
Several   bidders   for   Ihe   pipe
, excavations within the cily limits
presented Iheinselves nl  Ihe City
Hall lusl night and a r ss wns
called while the Hoard .>r Works
met    lhe   men.     Afterword   the
Board  reported on  Ihe pipe line
tenders,  recoinnieiiding  Ihnl  the
following he awarded contracts:
feed ion   I.  John   Wynne  A   Co.;
^Section  .'. It..sang & "Isen, with
gang'   section   ���'������   Charles   Anil's
gang; scclion  I, C. Leislner and
Others;   seel ion   5,   1).   McDonald
"and others: seel ion ii. Carl I.in.l-
' quisl ami gang.   The repurl was
adopted.
ANOTHER  LAWSUIT
..rank  Kelly  Demands That the
Olty Fulfil Ooal Contract
f
The Union Transfer and Storage Co. in n letter In the City
Council Inst night requested payment, for the balance of thc coal
ordered under contract wliicii
was recently cancelled. Thry offer delivery of the 131 tons ol
coal on Iheir bands belonging
they claim. I" ***<* *'*l>'- ,?'"_ ,i
ter was r.-r-ri  lo "he City Solicitor.
Notioe to Workers
All unorganized workers in the
building trades will meet in U-
IW.W. hall. Wednesday,
m.f  December    27th,  to
general  organise!Inn.-Bign��
WW   Organizing Committee ..
It 8 p.
discuss
SOCIALISM INVADES OXFORD
London  Papers    Complain That
Professors are Teaching It
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, Deo. 87- ���** writer lo
the Daily Express pn-l.-sts against ihe leaohing   of    lallsm
now going on al Oxford University,   He suys that if pc.pl ily
knew in whal extent   lho awful
doctrines preached by Soolallsl-
ure ginning ground
contemplation am
among the
Ihey would
He
l���-i
Isl
for    serious
discussion
university students
I- positively alarmed,
s informed thul n large niim-
if Hie dons are rciilly Social-
hut ill their lectures disguise
il under olher lilies.
HEARD IN CAMERA
Medical  Evidenoe Taken  In   As-
saul Case This Morning.
This morning the preliminary
hearing of lhe Alberl assault
ease waa begun before Magistrate
McMullin. Proceedings were 0011-
dueled in camera. Medical evi-
,I, nee wos given this morning by
Doctors Eggert nnd McNeill. Til'
rase was adjourned Until 'i
,,-cluck.     The   women   principal'
remained In Chief Vlokari' private
odli-e during this morning's proceedings.
Scandinavians,
Don't miss ibe dance
.f  P.  Hall  Ml
���   will   piny.     A
refreshments
ill the K
Saturday   nighl
,in,ys   orches'lrn   will   piny
good program nil.
Gentlemen 11.80; ladles free,  at
We Wish Him Luck.
W. Kraus, who hns lieen
Bros,, wcnl up the
slnr! business.    Mr.
eased Ourlay'i bunk-
I Mil'' 180 and will run il
Mr. II
wiih  Clarke
line lodny I"
Kinus has
house a
all winter.
Hy a unanimous vole Inst night
the members of the Ratepayer!'
Association decided lo invite Mr.
Prank Mobley to become a candidate for Mayor, with lhe aaaur-
II f lhe support of thc organization. A committee wns appointed t>. wait on Mr. Mobley
nnd urge him lo offer himself
ns a business candidal.-.
The call tu Mr. Mobley wns
quite spontaneous, ns it was
commonly understood Ihnl the
Association officers hud promised lo 8upporl another candidate.
The name of Mr. Cy. Peck was
ntieetl brought forward, but the
ii ling cnlled    for    Mr. Mobley.
on u vole being luken Mr. Mobley wns found lo have a 3*1 to ID
majority, whieh wns at onoe made
unanimous.
Up till n late hour Ihis afternoon the committee had not met
Mr. Mobley, and until they hud
met blm lhal gentleman declined
I., sny anything for publication.
������| know no im.re about il (hun
whal I lend in tlie papers, and
until I boar the terms of their
Invitation I cannot say what my
answer will bo," he snid.
II is known, however, that
among   those   who   saw   In   Mr.
eminently (ltte.i i" win lhe support of ull classes, und who had
in-Ill, Unit he had refused lo eon-
Bid. . lho request unless asiured
Ihut liis candidacy was desired
by all classes. "I would not
under uny circumsluuces liecniiu-
tin- candidate of any parly or faction," he has repeatedly slate.I,
nu.I il is presumed lhal his answer In lhe depulutii.il will depend upon Hi.-ir assurances iu
i ins respect.
The hope waa very Widely expressed nil over town lodny thul
Mr. Mobley would see his way to
accept Hie Invitation, H is prob**
aide thai other bodies besides ihe
Ratepayers' Association will
pledge iheir support lo Mr. Mobley if he consents lo lhe general
desire thai  he -luml  for olllce iu
the  Interest  of a non-partisan
business administration,
March IHO:- the National Packing
Company was organized to open
up trade for certain Independent
packing   companies,   purohased
with  a  view  of   inclusion   in   lhe
ig companies.
tinier the terms of the agreemeni iliree of the large packing
companies were in he merged into one great concern. In addition
llie proinolors were lo receive
125,000,000 worth of companies
slock for their goodwill, The
promoters planned in borrow
*!tii,ooo,00u lo iinisli ih.< giant
corporal ion.
A.  J.   MORRIS  RETURNS
Traveled from the East via Viotorla by Rupert.
A. J. Morris wns amongst lhe
passengers l.y llie Prince lluperl
ilu. morning,    lie booked north
from Victoria after un extended
buslnOSS trip  ill  lhe east.
JUDGE CARPENTER,
RUSSIAN SOLDIERS KILLED
IN OUTBREAK AT TABRIZ
ST. PETERSBURG DISPATCH 8AYS THAT ONE HUNDRED WERE
KILLED   AND   INJURED���ARMENIANS   AND   CRIMINALS ARE BLAMED.
Fire at Vlrdcn.
Vlrdon,  Mun.,  Dec.  27.���(Spe-
oial, ���Tlie  curling  and   skill ing
rink  was  destroyed  by   lire   Insl
nighl.
Norwegians
in  prin.-e tiuperi nre requested
. attend u meeting iu Carpenters'
Hall Thursday, Dee. 28, at 8 p. in.
I,.'l us he there. II
GOING TO THEIR DEATH
i
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
St,   Petersburg,   Dec.   27.���A
telegram from Tabrls, iu Persia,
says  thai  th.'  Russian  loss  in
killed and wound.'.I in lhe recent
lighting was al.mii on.- hundred.
Several hollies of lliissiaii soldiers
have been found parUy burned,
Tho director ..f lhe Persian ��i.--
parlmenl of tin* Russian Foreign
(llllce   in   uu   lnlorvlOW  says   lhe
Governmeni was convinced that
lhe Persian (iovernment wns nol
oonoerned in the anti-Russian
outbreak ul Tabrls <>r elsewhere
and   lhal   Ihos.-   responsible   were
principally Armenians and criminals.
For    row bouts nnd    launches
lei.-phonn 320 green. Davis boat
I se.
FOR A LABOR TEMPLE
Trades and  Labor Council  Will
Ask City for Lease.
The Trades and Labor Cqunoll
is io approaofa the Cily Council
with  ll  request   I. >' a  lease  of ii
sil.*  suitable  lo  erect a  Labor
Temple.    A guild building will he
erected lo form a permanout
for lhe various labor unions in
lh.- eily.
JAIL KILLING HIM
Man Who Forged Car Tickets Released from Toronto Prison.
(Cannrilnn   Press Despatch.)
Ton.ni.i.   Dec.   27. ��� Charles
Warren, a former sll I ear on-
duelor, who forged lens of thousands of Street ear tickets, wns
released fi'iiiu JniI todaj after six
months, lie is in ii dying coiidi-
litui.
PASS PLANS FOR
NEW CEMETERY
Council Approves New Design for
Plots and Roadwaya Submitted
by F. S. Clements on Brett and
Hall Basis.
ITVIIW SOLDIERS LEADING AUAH MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
SQUAD WITHOUT EVEN A DRUMHEAD COURTMARTIAL.
SHOT TO DF.ATII
hy Till', FIRING
CENSUS WA8 SHORT
Town of Lethbridge Has a Thousand More People.
(Ganadlan Press Despatch.)
Lethbridge.   Deo.   87.���Lelb-
bridge's     population     numbers
10,018.    These nre the Ilnnl  llg-
ur'o|   which   were   arrived   nl.   at
noon ay when lhe lail oensua
papers were handed lo Chief Gil-
jnepie, The Dominion r.m'i-
gave ihe total population
bridge   as   8,088.     The
XMAS MAIL DELAYED
C.P.R. ss
of I.clh-
prcscnl
census  is therefor ��8:i  greater
than ihe Dominion Rgurei.
Mr. and Mrs, it. Ross wore passengers by lho Prinoe itupert this
morning.
Who will onler fm' the mile
championship   of   Prince   Itupert
oii  roller  skates?    WIII   H.  M.
Lever again  stand defent?     Kn-
Irlea at lho skating rink.
Choicesl
Savoy.
liquors and cigars���
ORANGE CROP IN PERIL
Intense  Cold   Near  Los  Angeles
Threatens thejDrops.
(Ciiiimllnn  Press Despatoh.)
LOS  Angeles,   Dec  27.���lu   III.'
orange growing dlstrlola the
weather lasi nighl was lhe coldest known In years. A temperature nf 10 degrees aliiivc liro was
recorded, persislcnl jdmudglng
may save the crops from serious
injury.
Prinoess Beatrice Over
a Day Late.
All Pri  Ruperl eagerly wnil-
eti itie "arrival of lhe Princess
Beatrice yoslerday   wllh   Ghrlst-
iiiii.h mail but she cnine nol. Today lhe C.P.H. olllce has no news
��� if her. and il is Ihoughl Ihnl she
has boon    Storm    stayed    some*
whore across the sound.
DOMESTIC WATER RATES
Scale Included In New Bylaw Under Conslderatlo nLast
Night
Dwelling   three   I III.   til'   le.s,
sn.iiii per annum, dwelling four
rooms nr loss, $0,00 per annum,
Eaoh additional i m 81.00. Each
extra bath 83-00, Sanitary lutings $2.00 uml $8.00 extra pat
milium.
F. s. Clementa presented lo the
Counoil lasi night a plan of the
new ccjnetory wllh roadways nc-
I'liriling In Hie graceful curved
system of Messrs, Brett and
Halt's original design. The plan
was approved by the Cily Engineer and Council. The curvilinear plan reduces the number
nf pb.ls hul slightly, nn.l though
consldorabl) mure dlffloull to
survey und lay oul, is very much
more desirable from nn aesthetic
poinl nf view. A motion was
passed authorising Mr. Clements
In   priie I   wiih   lhc   plaiting of
plots and I., report hack lo Counell iu a day or Iwo recommending
which section of the cemetery it
would be mosi advisable to put
iu shape for sorvloe Brit,
NOTICE
A meeting of the Property Owners' AsSOOlalion of Prince Ituperl will he bold In the Preshy-
leriiin church hall nn Fourth live.
.hi Friday, lbs 80th Dee., at 8 p.
in. aii membera and Intending
members ire requested lo be present for lhe purpose of recommending candidates for Mayor
ami Alderman. The annual fee
it $1,00. Enrollment of mem-
iiei's will lake place. Everybody
.ii'iiibi oome. 3t
The Catholic Ohuroh will have
Its Christmas Iras on Thursday,
Hie   28th, al   2:30  p, ni.,  in lho
Majestic Theatre.   The program
will he rendered hy the children
of Hie church. THE DAILY NEWS
:t
The Daily News
The Leiisikrtg .Settsptiper and tht LsVgesi Circ-iljtion in Xorther-i B. C
H.bU.h-J by the Priace Rupert Pu bit-aim* Cotapuy. Urn-ted
DAILY AND WEEKLY
rSAN">IESr DISPLAY ADV��.-iriSIS'J-5..i��au p��r Iaeit.    Contract  rates
oa appiicauoc.
Sl'KCRIPTION RATES-T.Ca=*da. fr_;:ed Sra-.es ��.-__ Mexico-Dj-tLT. We
per 13-ootfa. or *5.Oii p*r.v��Lr. to a-tvacce. Weekly. Cil) per year. All
Other uVu-t.-.-M-Daily. $3.00 p-er year. Weekly. $2.50 per year, txrttliy
in ad-racee.
HEAD OFFICE
Di... *.'.-** 3. i.-ii. T-..T* Are.. Pr.a.v Ra******. B. C.   Telephone *���*.
BRANCH OFFICER AND AGENCIES
Ni* *******-NaMaaai NCr.Mpe.- 3.;re*j. Bl Eaj: ijri S:.. New York City.
S-UTTU:���Pufe: ��x_:x; News Co.
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Sv-.are.
S*.asca;3S.*ij * -**.:.' x&gt by promptly eaiiiBg ap Pace* *; :r. ��*e of
a.-c-ir   .   -. *::r*.   * ;z tae Wirt of tte rew* rarr.er*.
Fine View Corner
. BKIMSI  TWi
$2,250
I_\ND PURCHASE NOTICE
���lv sacnox two-
SNAP   -
Lots 13. U. 15.
$525 Each
Bice. 2S. Seetion 5
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time tint Uut I, Itar*  '.    *.   -r.oa.
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.    Ham. t-.uia. toIk>wt_f '���-< N*���i Kt��*r;
! meaot  li   .ot-a. e*ii b. ;...'.   .: coca-
| Btaceocot;   ec-auinias   IH   �� ."**>   ntoce
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SHRIMPER JIM
MET ILL LUCK
CR. NADEN COMPANY
Am-.
Liirited.
Pi
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Shoes..
MADE  AND
..PAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
Daily Edttios.
Wednesday. Dec.
jicvs: *,*���.>.
THE REVOLUTION IN CHINA.
I BUY MM
Re*. .���:-.:      -  *.- .- -.ward, and the* present one ,n
.-. I m res ll of intelligence that hi* fou^i   Is
<H *.;���   thr. igfe peaceful mea*.    - ������'**  sociioa of that  .  -
As seeds - ..-.*.. .-. liberal
: and an? now   I -.-. *p.:ig into strength and
poarer.    Like the gr- ges m nature we see the elenu    -
move .t -- -.ve know.hitle concerning :he
-   _
W - -----'.:. ;     -������.:*.-.��� ���
made ;n ht: '   rs.    All I      **    It Amenvan oounlnes I
io*��e j *.he e\dinp;e of ih-- - -
v..-        has - -    --   luring 'he ;_.��: forty j.j.-s
thin ?he ever mad* . ��� vt**     ..:-.-.*.-       - ...    The
peopie .:���! the eaapirs ��� : K -�� -.      :-: :he re:gn of Aiex-nder II.
the gre,= r, and following the .��� 7   *****, ht,Yt\
moved np-.ti.-s ******* .-   :utional foveramenL
T . ��� -   -���;.: her despotic Sul .   e\Je aad ooarl
rej       - -: tntioM   -���    - -1 ment.    Persia ha< dethroned
-  * -��� - *d her attention toward tel
Mes *.- *   -��� .- :-  ^.-t>.:rar>
-aj ha- e- I a republic.
>  a - - m ���..-.."*.���*���* of political con-
-- whioh I? she mo?! impor*.
- .    That mighty empire ha* pr.-        : -
���  ���   ���.   -   * -       sophera,  ���-.:t?-r.:.   - --   a:.:
m  ::-.i> t*t* ;.-.e int b  esteMiafe a ii���octal
-��� .  -   ���- -   ���    i UM 'j.-.ent
Thr  �����--.-. -   .-    -.--..-jued and controlled by Uenghi*
a :  T *..-.--   IWO] ���     ���--      : ���-    :' Ch.:...  i'-:-.*.  I:. : i
iad a port -     -r*c.r and desolation along
- line of mar-'h.    The fTe*--*.: awakening of China is  .:  _
.  : -o kg differ-ent impulses and with
far highe.-
tK-al lew-hslim i* not the creation at a single 1 r-
or -J -    - ��� h > ler.   It i* tbe intethgeat conncuos of
the Chinese people at h-.me. -upported by tho*e scattered ir
remote quarter* of the globe.
We Pay High��st Prices
for Brass. Copf-er. Lead.
Rubber   Boots.    Soiier.
Dross and B.^:*.;rs
Prince Rupert Casn Store
735 THIRD A\T_.
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Seamanship Since Boyhood
Shattered Yesterday Afternoon.
Jim Is Sad.
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After making tbe proud boast!
that h^- had been at sea from his;
boyhood   vithool   once   falling.
.\.-rb��iar*J. "Jim ih.- Shrimper,"
a-lmiral of the go.jd ship Amy.
came to grief yesterday and got
a ducking off the bulwarks of his
wn craft. He wa* boarding th.'-
Amy just hefor* lunch time wh*-n
h\. f.��.t slippy and i nhe went
-.-r his head. The water was
likt ice. "Jim" floundered th>-r��
so cre*t-fallen that he bad half
a mind lo sink for the third time
when bis engineer nobly did the
hero act for him.
i..*������:"   said   Jim.   "I   should
ha*��e been called Peter.   Tried to
i v on the wa*.e* and fell
������h nearly to tbe botton. An"
after being at sea since I was a
boy without once falling overboard. -V-w* what do you know
about that.'"
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Appeals to "the Business  and Profession a. Man,
the Banker, and Man in ail the Higher
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sreat d-.a: **.: re to him than
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A PERFECT CURE.
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m-oderate drinker and the
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craving to drink, by r.eu:.-��:..-
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MATHIEUS SYRUP
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fin the ��l.l Washington grounds
the olubhouse wns in right field.
Whon a player was removed from
lhe game he luui to maroh pusl
the ci-owil io tlio team's quarters
in the oul Held.
n..ii Grodme, the olever twirl-
en, was presented with a bunoh
of (lowers before lho gamo ho
pitched,
Wildness kot-ps Qroome from
being ono ,*f the great, twii-lers
of baseball. Whether it was embarrassment over iho presentation or not, Qroome in tho flrat
Inning passed live men before bo
wns derrioked,
Qroome gathered up lhe Mowers and started for llio olubhouse
and a fan yelled:
"Say, Bob, what kind of (lowers
did you gel ?"
Before Qroome could reply another fan replied: "Wild flowers,
of course."
Washington fnns consider
Qroome the real hard luck pitcher. No mutter how woll ho
pitches, his opponent does hotter
and the Senators seldom hit bo-
hind him, Last suinmoi- a losing
streak got on Qroomo's nerves,
After losing a shut-nut. game ho
tossed bis sweater on the lloor
and fairly yelled.
"II don't look as if I over would
win. This club never makes any
runs behind mo."
"Well, I'll tell you how to keep
from losing, Bob," said Manager
McAleor.
"How?" asked Qroome.
"Just keep tho other fellows
from scoring, and you will piny a
lie game." Whereupon McAleer
departed while the players gave
Qroome the laugh.
An Expensive Youngster.
Perhaps no more popular
youngster ever joined a major
league club than Karl Hamilton
of tho Browns. Bobby Wallace
is one of Hamilton's wnrmest ud-
mii-ers, and is confident bis pro-
lego will bo ono of lho besl southpaws in the league.
Hamilton's father is a wealthy
ranch owner nnd' great baseball
fan. Tbat Hamilton, at 20, should
be n big leaguer is a mailer of
pride. When II am ill. mi joined llie
Browns bo confided to Bobby Unit
dad would be awfully disappointed if bo failed lo make good.
All his life Hamilton lias had
everything: he desired. His salary
I a.* I year would hardly compare
with Cobb'l. While hi has no bad
habits Hamilton found il easy to
get rid of his pay. Several limes
il was necessary to "touch"
father. On ono trip just after the
train left St. Louis, Wallace found
Hamilton gelling a lot of fun
from a letter.
"Something funny, I suppose,"
said Bobby.
"Head it. yourself," replied
Hamilton. It was from Hamilton's im lllo t and al tho ond
simply said:
"Father and I don't expect you
In save in in* It of your salary, but
we would like to see you wearing
that diamond ring I gave >ou
when you rolilin."
"Tlml is about all I will bo
wearing,"  said  Hamilton  with  a
laugh.
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New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
This ia a little aection of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladiea of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "Tbe
Cosy Comer" will fill a social need.
LUCK FOR LOVER8
The New Year Will Be Especially
Favored by the Fates.
Lovers muy w.-n tuko heart this
New Year, for, if there bo might
iu ancient superstition, the year
will bo a lueky one for all those
in Hi.- 1 Inall of Mailer Uan
Cupid,
By   ibe   ancient   astrologers
Mniuliiv was the day supposed I.i
bo especially under the protection of the  goddess of love, and
therefore uro all love happenings
mi Hint day specially favored, and
a Now Year Ibat begins on it Monday fortunate lo lovers, without
groal Btorms, or wars, or pestilences.
So therefore, <��� wailing loven,
lake heart of grace, anil wait no
longer onoo Ibe .New Year arrival,
There can be no happier time for
diiiiug mi engagement than the
beginning of a fresh your, and no
more propitious moment for asking ibe momentous question iluiu
when (lie bells ring oul llio old,
ring iu lllo glad Now Your.
GIPSY PHILOSOPHY
Your Wedding Month Will Decide
Your Life, Says tha Gipsy.
being one of Uie mosi health pro-
unit lug nl dishes.
Say no goiiiiiiy to summer���
She  is mil  (fiine for keeps���
she's resting where the bird sings
And where the daisy creeps.
She slumbers Unit her glory
May still be young ami fair���
To awaken witli a cluster
1 if roses In her hair.
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L. BARKER
Architect
Second avmue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
H. Gordon Munro W. Nlcholion I_iley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
.    ACCOUNTANTS -:- AIlIlllOKS
I,aw-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
He
is 11 rare man who by doing
one lliing oan do the thing he
likes to do, the thing lie ought to
do and llio thing folks want him
lo d...
Whal di.os llio uld lea-kellle sing
nn lho long cold winter nights'?
Never u strain of the golden year
And lh ��� summer's lost delights;
Sbe  bu'       away  al   a  roundelay
Thai IB d  of all regret;
"How g I  lo see tho  folks all
homo,
Around the fireplace met."
Laughing till your false I.
fall ..ul is carrying llio fun
for.
elh
1.IO
The shoemaker should slick in
his last nnd the husband to his
llrsl.
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Blitllh Columbia of B.C. Ontario, Sea-
and Manitoba Bars. katchewan and Al-
iM-rta Ban.
CARSS a BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Offlce-Exchanire block. corn��r Third annua and
Sixth street Princa Ituuert. S
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., O. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denial operation, ikllfully treated. Gai and
local anaathetlc. administered for the palnleaa extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
HelKeraon Block. Prince Hupert. 11-12
Ale-.M.Uansun DA..     W.E.WIIIIami.B.A..L.UD
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
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PHINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
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Leave Prince Rupert Thureday at SiSO
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Die. 21 It and 2Sttl, arriving
cous.r  early Saturday  morning, Deo.
and  90th.
MASS   VOUR  RESERVATIONS  EARLY
Phone 260
SS. Prince John for Stewart 10 a. m ,
Die. 20th and 27lh.
Pruent aohtdul* will  remain  In elTect
until above dam.
ly
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Chrialmaa viait Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. Tbe finest and best
service over Double Track Rout*.
Connections with ali roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship booking*
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENOBR AUKNT
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Dlrtrict ol Cout liana. I
Take notice that l.clloy V. Gnat ol I'rlnoe
Ituperl, 11. C, oeeupatloD civil engineer. Inland!
to apply lor permlauoo to purchaie the followtnf
ilrectilied landi:
Commencini al a poet planted about 3 1-2 mile.
In ��� northerly direction from tbe northeast corner
peat ol I ul i.l-:'. liana* '-, Coat Dl*lrict, thenee
ea.t .10 chains, thence north CO chains, thence
mat to bank ol river, thenee eouth lollomlnf
hank of rivar to point ol commencement: con-
laimnff in' acres, mure or leea.
ns.~is.pi. ��. mn. lkiioy r. grant
I* rle Ocl In. Gordon 0. Kmmereon. Agent
Skeena Und District-DUtricl ol Coast Range 6
Take  notice  lhat   Uenlimin   Hut-eel    Hice    ol
I'rince Itupert, II. C, occupition waiter, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing
el.-cnl.i-l Unds: ..... ._
Commencing at a post planted 65 chains south
Irom tbe southeast corner ol tal -OHO. Poet
marked B. IL K S. E. Corner, thence 70 chains
west, Ihence 65 chslns north, thenre 70 chains
max, thence 65 chains eouth to |wint ol commencement, containing IH acres more or less.
BENJAMIN   BUMBL  KICK
Dated October 21. IIII
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und DUUict���DUlrict ol Casslar
Take  notice tbat Angus Jamea   Mchemie ol
Vancouver, II. C, occupallon bookkoeper, Intednna
lo spply lor permiaaion lo purchase tho lollowlng
dsMrihed lands: 	
Commencing at a post planted st Ihe con-
nuenee ol lllackwater river with Naas rm-r, sboul
two milo. south Irom the sixth Dominion Icli^rspn
cabin. Post marked A J. M. N. W. Corner,
Ihence SO chains south, Ihence 80 chslns east
Ihence HO chiins north, thenoe 80 chains weet
lo point ol commencement, conlalnlng 6 III acras
more or leaa       ANQUg JAMR1 McKENi!,E
Diled Sept.��'. ****���
1Mb. Nov. ��.
Skeens Und District-District ol Ceselar
Take nolle, lhat Charles WIHUm Man. ol
Vancouver, II. C, occupation lna|>eclur, intends
lo apply loi permiaalon lo purchaae the lollowlng
ileecrihed landa: ...     ,,.._-���
Commencing al a poet v}*tx**i ���*,���*��� Jg
Itueno*. ol Hlaekwaler river with the Naa, river
SSSlM mile. -out*. Iromi the al.tl. ominion
Telegraph cshln. Post marked 0. W. II. N. W.
torner thence 80 chaina north, Ihence 80 chans
���SbthS 80 chslns south, thence 80 chain.
Mt lo point ol eommencement, conUining 640
*** mon *" ''"'CHARLES WILLIAM  HAM
Daled September 23, 1911.
Pub. Net. i.
Skeena Und Dlstrlct-D'trlel ol 'Jeaalir
Take nolle, lh.t Thomas Arthur WfcgJgS
C. occupation *3**��iJ*jg*��
B.
I apply lor permUalon lo pui
deecril-ed landa:
rarpenler, t
rchase lhe
Commeneing  at   a Jioat   p enled   "   '"".."'",'
.__ nt IU...water r ver with Naas river, al-ont
���TlM south ol th.sl.lh Dominion Telegraph
iMMtW T. A W. 8 I CornerIBS**
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InitedSept. 2.1, 1911.
I Pub Not. 2.
B.C. Coaat service - Famous Priicetu
Line
Princess Beatrice
Saturday, December 30tb, al 9 a.m
For Viet.eris. Vancouver and Seattle
J. a McNab Ceneral Asenl
Advertise in
Hie Daily News
Harried iu January's boar and
rime, K.....I things will oome io
you if y..u wall your lime.
Married In February's sleety
weather, life you'll tread in tune
together.
Harried whan Mnrrh winds
whine uml roar, your home wilt
lie .hi n foreign shore.
.Married uealli April's changeful skies, n checkered path before
Vtill  lies.
Harried when beat o'er May
Mn..mn.   Mil,   strangers  around
your board will sil.
Harried in month of roses���
.1 tn..-       life   will   be   ..ne   long
llu IU '.Mill litII.
Harried In July, with flowers
nl.Iii/e. bitter-sweet memories iu
after days.
Harried in August's heal and
drawee, lover ami friend in your
chosen  -1...ii -.-.
Married in golden September's
flow, -ii iii and leroneyour lifo
will go.
Married when leaves in Oclti-
lier thin, toil and hardship for
you begin.
Harried In veils of November
mill, Foil inn- your wedding ring
tins kluad,
Married in days of December
i-beer, Love's slnr shine brighter
from year lo yenr.
liormniiy uses almost twice as
many pn*>ti-artls fop domestic eor-
i-cspomloni-c as any oilier nation,
Japan is leoond ami iho United
Slnlos third.
Willioul lho sun, you know!
Sunshine and shadow���
Thai's tbo way Ihiiigs gn;
You inn i have .i shadow
FRED. STORK
General   Hardware
Builders'  Ihirilwnr.
Valvea A Pipca     Oxford Stoves
Graniteware      Tinware
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
618 3rd Avenue Phone 308 and Green 262
PRINCE HUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A 9AD0LERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Av*. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Engliah and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Avb.
SECOND -
*> a ��� ���
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fnuer and ' th. Ch-tee Win*, and Cwjere
Rurnrs palace  or  comfort
STEWED CELERV
a Tasty Dish of Nature's Medicated Vegetable.
Tills*' a guild head, strip oflT all
lho outer pari, and wash it well
in sail and waler. (.tit In lengths
ub..ul four inches long, put into
n pan "f boiling waler, ntld a little
..-ill ami -ntlii In keep ii a nice
color nnd boil unlit lender.
Si rain, pul inl" n dish ami pour
while sinice ..vor. This is very
ni.i   ..ilii  iml-I  beef, as well as
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Alio itorea in aame block.
Two oottacct ctitt i-r Sec..mi Avenue and
Ninth Sir.-t.
FOR SALE
Lots In all parti ol the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We rtpresent aome ol the larfeat Companies doing buainaaa ih the City.
EBY   CB,   Co.==
REAL  ESTATE
Kitaumknlum Land For Snle
KITrll-MKAI .I'M . II   (���
fli���tf S**t*ag tai fauce Qeaski
Prepare for winter by (jetting your fnr-
nacca and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
tactical I-a-ae, Sam, *U,em: tan lm.. ar
Phone 71
C. D. .RAND
SKond An. Phon* 112
H.I.O
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKEN.*! ��NI> EMIIALMKIU
Funeral  Directors
trd Ave. near nth Sl I'hone No. SS
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MEMORAMDUM
OPEN     EVENINGS   UNTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned
Money
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We    Loaned
Money
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Per Cent, to
Build This
House
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PONY EXPRESS
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liana*.. Slnraae and  Forwardin* ArenU.    Foe
hire or M ��������� r Car I ���- or nlaht
Seventh Aee. and Fullon
1'he.nc .ml
.Grand Hotel.
Workingman1.. Home
Free Liber Bureau in Cesiediei
i Phone 178 Iat Ave. and 7th St
CEO. BRODERIUS.
littles NEWS Agency
vwrs: -fl
Per Cent, to
Build This
Mouse
L-t u_ loan yoi the m),i:y t) bay or 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.
! Vtaa-azini'.
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Periodicala
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Newapapera
II   FRUITS
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
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Deal   Over  ths  City   Teaming
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tbe i nion Tranafer G    ������.���::
Ibe City Counai
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threat to prevent
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ll I ���;    ���-. ba all just and far-
sigbUd lo all mallei - ; -
I-, the in-.   ig<   ���   t of tbe public
-   -.��� ���! nol being "f ;. pat-
g mil    ���-    bui goes
-a>     '        -��� I mention
instances     vbare s��.cn i��ai ma in iu
bai been partialit)  shown
in ibe matter of ih-* dii
'      ll public work*.   B
paini ii-���**������  are ihi
-y any further of
the in* .-��� * - -   f 'in- ma-   ���
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-THEKE AKE NO "DEAD ONES'
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The Insurance People
F.r*
Life
Marine
"Accident
Plate f_l__y
Employer* Liability
Contractori  ar.d Personal' Bel .-
PoJici-e,  Wr.-.>r.   Direct
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Mack Realty & Insurance
CON FA NT.
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A? ni-ce.-.-ary to a well equipped de-i. a? pen. ink a:. .
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MURDER AND SUICIDE
Tragic   Affair  Has  Occurred   at
Queen Charlotte City.
Hit- automatic reminder arfll i/e jrour t>et asiiataal.
Calendar of i.a*-t. preieul and futore moafh I  ���   _
1912 PADS NOW READY
Price oomplete. |1.   ORDER NOW.    Prlee pad only *,*
. ft C.-c-*i-m-*uea are tyjxm* Vr t���sccpt and juft
t**.t*maeita. We write -rrreri aa���-r. else, td
.-..J.-V-.5.   The Mack Be��l:> and liurmnseC*
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Servian Labor  Benefit Society
Net IBS. 5 5 5 5
The wireless station at 3
o'clock this afternoon received a
message from CharloUe City on
Graham Island to the effect that
a shocking tragedy had occurred
there this morning.
A Chinaman resident there had
i  murdered a young white girl, the  #���_.
daughter of a resident, and has
committed suicide.   The name of
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u ate girl victim were not given In
"SETiS n^ *" f" "~~��t k*> the   flash   tolling   of  the   awful
n^air.tneZJiU^.'S-^"^'   W*^tma^SSSSi��S?��f_CE   tP*"ed��-
tna. rriminnK for mm ar^ m-.tmr, Mrs CbarMl '
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E-ser-narr      f>0. BoaM:   *   F*r-��l��t   Wanuej to rent or laaa In fim of .a-oarr. S ar]      DISTRIBUTOR WILL  LEAVE
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OVER A WOMAN
and Kill Each Other.
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Tl.- M .-���.������- and Kewiboyi      j,..r���,. ,,.     _.:     ,,  , ,)u,., WIth
i ! \*s   W. meet! at ll a. m. guni ii.-ar Lovelock ;.i no.
All in' ngeri ami newaboys In terdaj Andrew Kilabrow and Wil-
;.   who   are   nol   alr'-ady Ham Walker w-r.- killed.   Kila-
- are Invited lo aiUind to brow  wa��  ihol  fourteen  limea.
foi memberabip. Both men-were rancbera.   Family
li COMMITTBB. troubla li given ai Ibe cau f
the OgbL
Wishing you t*-e Compiimenta of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
....V^CIol....
We are not going to carry them over, but have decided lo
sell at a price lhal will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 62.
ARRIVED TODAY
Prince     Rupert     Brought   Back
Many Old-Timers to the City.
nTaa__���Y��MB man. tbcr-XKblr acona-nted is
Her. ��� F.mi^.inas line, tc take posHkm in
Prince h-Jirrx tsram Jan 10th. Iill. Write Boa
l'-L IWilj News OSca. Sstt-'-lm
R-AKTED���Toed* min. b*.iiae.t e<,ll����e
iraiii.i.s la I'lrn i -aB.ltsait t.-i:- id
������ni"* Ifiily. witb urtic-lai-s. Ui boa
13. ����i ofllce. m ��U
WA5TED���A rn/t le .-ll tb* w�� coixlel
i ���    i *   Smitb-l-reRiier   ivr*��-rri|er,   to
���: mi'liiiie (-nt pn*cli:**tS. I tor, 1.
M .rri.   i.i,.,   108J   ortanue   St.   Van-
we. jti-jjo
WA-VTED ���  -umrierit   r.'-d seri.nil.tutiil
furniiure   to  .f-ea   tare. ���   ii.-���b-t3,
��� itiinir  n*4u. ^itniiir r<y-m and lniet)*n
Ippb i/.t i>. n. ��- oaca.     .i"iv;
NTUATlOa -ani'd���t.urir min with *i.
I��-rien<.e   in   tlriurbiiiiir   and   >un*erins   Where
*.-   *.    :��� r- .-;,������..    Bu   iKji*,, Htm
Is to Be Taken Apart and Rebuilt
on the Thompson River.
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For Sale
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Tbe Prince Rupert's jia-.-.-rii-'.-r
ii-i tin- morning included Mr. A.
J. Morris, Mr. ami Mr-. Robert
Roaa, Mr. and Mr-. T. .1. Ham-
mond, Mi. T. J. Jackman, W. ll.
Law, ll. li. McKellar, C. P. Merrill.
Mi and .Mr^. t*. Monroe an.j Mr.
li. Ci���
RUPERT EEAT EEATRICE
Passenger and Mail Lists Light���
Beatrice Has the Xmaa Mail.
Wnii a rather lit-lit passenger
list, ib<* Princ��� itiip<-i*i arrived
this morning nt aboul 11 o'clock.
Man brought iiv ih.- Rupert was
average, Ibe beavj Xmas mail b.--
inif   mi   the   Prinoess   Beatrice,
I-ii.   ����!<���    lumiture   for
Hoi BSI. cily.
| a '_.'^>r^li^n
5-room   houie.
titliXri
Oai'taui Jackman. who arrivcj
nn the Prince Kuperi this morii-
int*. has come to take the. Distributor off lhe slip at Di?by
I-laml and lake her to Vancouver.
Tbe well-known vessel has been
sold ..> Polar, Welch A Stewart
!������ Twohj Bros, of Spokane, who
will have the vessel taken to
piecei and sent to Ramloops,
sh.- will work on the
Thompaon river in oonnaetion
wilb their contract for the builJ-
inif of the Greal Northern Railway.
Willi ll."* j..-*������ 111ir of th.- I)!--
tribulor there remaini only one
vessel al Digby Island of all lhe
Foley-Weloh fleet.
Tlie Besl
Procurable
Absolutely pun
Stenographer
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lUstern itenofrrapner of wide nt lence wanta
position. AddreM ".-:tei...v.-ai.r.. .*. tttt Coc-
d'��aSt.. Vancouver. B C. t-f
WARNED STERNLY
Midnight Visitor Let Off Lightly
Because of His Family.
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Business Chances
tV.-> T tt'.rry about rainy days. WS dn
rai.nly uj-hitir 11 tl plec-*s lor one
d'.llir. .-^cial ure jivi-n nne nanneli.
I'l.'.ne III.    Pioneer bteain Laundrv.
Water Notice
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
AND
SHOE
HOUSE
Corli. i Coon Collars
Harry Smith
I. Alfr���I Chriatlan Uarde of Prince Ruben, oc-
rubation Mintnr Er.nieer. rl**e notice Uiat on the
BU dar of iJremrr.lrr. ml. I Inlend to applr to,
the Water Commi..r,-,., at hi. office  In   Prince1
���Alli.-ll   III.-   Ituperl   pa.ssed   '.Il   hi*r   llupert for a liceru- u, take and ua. two cubic j
VV.'iV    In.llll        Till.   Ill-Ill l-lr-i-   -In.i.M    '*rt.o'_w��wr per-��ie.,nd froman unnamed atream | pltlli*.
mn*   in.nn.      IIH    ����� ail in.   -Iinillil   in lb. Diatrict of C.��.ihanire��.Ske��na Division.
Mat-i-lrii!.* i;arss this nioniiiifr
read a very stern lecture lo the
midnight maraud'-r, Ed. Btroin,
win. broke a window at tbe hon.e
"f Mr. ami Mr*. Smith on Blxth
avenue on Xmas Bve. AoeusAd,
wii'. ba- a wife and six children,
ua- released with ��� nominal fin.-,
promiaing good behavior. Ha hag
two lovely black eyes which Ik-
gol a- a .-..rl of Xmas t*..x fro ll
Smilli when he tried to dn lh-*
S:;iiia Clans act through the glass
iiiivi* llu- afiin n.
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
TO COMPLETE RESERVOIR
Acropolis Hill Is Again the Scene
of Activity.
Wni'k (j now proceeding with
Ibe excavation "f the real <*f lhe
tcropolis Hill reiervoir. Day
labor i- employed under eity
luppervisiofl. Tool bouies, pow-
ii.'i shacks, ti... have bean areot"
.-.I al ilu- w.iik. ami good progreis
i- being mad.-.
M mlk eaat of xi,* Traa Sution. (II P.  Rr.,
The water la to be -...   ���  from tb. it-ream about I
one half mile above ri. -utlet. and la lo be   ueed
for developing power f-aquarj- aituated at the I
outlet of eald cr-��h al..,( the Railway (trade.
r.     ...       A_FIIED ' HI1IK11 AN GARDE
Dated Nov. Smb. Itll. a-Ti
RETURNED WITH THANKS
Two Montenegrins Who Scrappsd
at Kitsumkalum Oo Back.
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER"
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DltKTWKS  FOII COMJK k UU
FKST���"CATOI rOW BAM '
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To produce good printing you must "first catch your
good printer. . . You can't get good printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never ao good an
equipment. If he lacks the "knack," the trained
taste, the aingle-mindt-d fondnesa for his work which
real printers have, he will do poor printing for you.
if he has all of these, and in addition to them ade-
3uate modern equipment,  your printing will  have
istinction, salesmanship, thc lure of type-beauty.
As this office produces good printing you may infer
the presence of a good printer���who is ".atenable."
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE "NEWS JOB
Daily News Building phone 96 Third Avenue
Tn fit your SOU or daughter for a buninens   career you muat give
th'-m it bllllnm training.    Tin- l*.-��t plan- u. send them to ia the :
Nanaimo Business College
.��^���08} KltmSfitit
It   iU     till'      M-.-ll.   r.1      Ir.jr.r.   .  H.
oollegs to PHim Rupert
1 t'n /.'ea nre within reach
nf I'Viryimi' Ita tuition ia
iiernnnal, and develops the
individuality of the pupil
Ro nm and ly-nrd ia cheap
in Ninmmin, The pupils
lire BWiy from the diatrac*
tinriN nf the larger cities
?SHHM6g& ^*'W&,
txWtx
On iWibW tmse ****** IdIiw .a
Thc Hen i'iim.���in System of
.Shorthand
r.'.-i' i -.- Kngliah ami Letter writing
Comtnerdfll Arithmetic
Office Boutins
Siielling
Typewriting
I'enmanHhin
\ffr<&&;&!&#v2m
\\ Miy Men ill ibe Difference Brltceei Success aid Failure li Vol
A��k at llaily Newa forour bookill teiuhing how U) write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry. Principal Nanaimo, B.C.
What Is Vour Family Worth?
if >..ur family it worth the beet
vi.ti .an afford in bouie and food
nnd eit,iii..., is a ii'.i worth Ibe
in-i reading h- well? And Ibe
beat reading beet fm* boyi and
girll, bill f..r men und women
i.i.   In   In-   found   in  The  Youth's
Companion.
of itoriei alone The Colnpan-
ion will print nearly :ioo in 1912,
Wiib nil the rest. ��,f ibe paper
thrown In, and counting tin-
glorious long lerlal itorlea, Ihey
ooil ibe lubioriber laai than a
Cent apiece.    Moreover,  vou  will
look imiK before you will find
itoriei nn varied and Inlereillng;
itoriei nf ooolneis in tbe face of
peril, .itiange advenlurei vviiii
orealurei of the forest and tbe
tea; moving itoriei of life's ob-
leurv   lieroisnin;   stories   breezy
wiih good-natured humor, quaint
and   OUrlOUl   eliaiacici-  iketohei.
.v.iw it iiii! lime io lubioribe,
for lhe new itibiorlber In Canada
will receive free from Ibe time
bis Vi in I'.i.'iv.'d all  Ibe  lllUOl
fm* ibe remaining weaki of 1011,
oonlalnlng ibe opening ohapleri
nf ii ta if *ii i). Paine'i greal eerlal
ilory   nf   ibe   Boxer   rebellion,
"Tbe    CrOII   and   lhc    lirng.ni."
And there i*. Ibe i^ift of The Com*
pan Ion oaTendar for 1012, "Oh
ibe New England Coaal," lithographed  in  ten 00Ion and gold.
only i2 now I.. Canadian iub��
���crlberi, but 00 January 1, imi\
lhe lubioription price will be nd-
Miiic.'.l   lo   ^2.25.     The   Youth's
Companion, in Blrkeley si.,
Bolton, \Iiimk. New lubiorlplloni
received  nl   tit in  olllce,
THERE'S NO
i.l SITING .\\\.\Y
from a
GREENER
GUN
Ho    ..ib. 1    r..n    can    equal    Ibe
'iiiii.Mit roi ...ijianiy of pattern
1.   i*.   inn   ilr-uibullon   of   shot)
t'lliil/iiieil   unit  eQaUBI  PSMtfSUOO
in. .ores uni inn.-���it not Mai
����� ���**.. racu pro*! 11. W. w.
'.tiiinr wa. ilu nrm runmik.r in
ilu- we.ilil I., iianie.s" ihe ilmoiins
nf a pin. Prior la the inirwiuctit.n
nt in- vyifl'I'Iaiii"! lyitein nt choke
borlns, *|.aiiern i.,.i i��cii the run-
maker*.- "will o' lbs wiap." \V. W.
ilneinr marie n nil lervanl anil all
il..- wi.riti ��� rrealatl hunon hitc
been won with oiii.e.veh ou.vs.
Ilii. la ihe kiii'l you want. ���
W.W. GREENER
63-65 Brim Hill Hul Meali-il. P.O.
Magiltrale McMullin Ibis
morning ordered the return to
Kii.-iimkaliiin of the Iwo Montenegrins, Joe Bameni and Boydah
Bjeeldieh, aeeui..'.l ..f having used
kmv.-s in a quarrel. They are to
have Iheir preliminary hearing -it
Hi.- leene of the srrap. Mr.
Oeorge Little being magistrate
there.
Where to Find Them.
The new eily weigh scales ar<-
laikng   shape   rapidly   mi   Piril
avenue,    across    Second    street
from the si. John Hotel.
For Their Own Good.   *a.
Protection of pipes from frost
1- made oompulaory on owners ..f
p rem lies under ihe new Water
bylaw under consideration.
WAS FLEECED
BY LOAN SHARK
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skaana Laad Disuict���Dutrict of Coaat lla-.c
'    Taa* nouce tbat Mua Mary Mulnlle of Cai*
I Ireland,   oerupauon   eoinster,   intends   to   ate;...
lor permiaaion to purcnaae the loHoennf daant-v-
Ludai
Coaa-oencinc al a poet plantad on* cbains o< -*
ol tbe aoii.heast comer ol Lot .'���..', tbenc* no*
A Poor Woman fn Chicago Paid , Z^1.-^".'-aWtSMX *Tm*\
$450 Off a Loan of $25, and
Still Owed Nearly $900 When
Loan Agent Died.
DRIED BREWERS' GRAIN
i.lemi, brlKhl nml wholesome, low
In MIW untl iniliiiliyilratia, bin ron-
tainlni sssrly doubts the mourn nr
rm innl iHiiiein. pound for pound,
U110 ni.- ordlnsry rssdituffi in inc��i
UM'.      II
Meeli  all  Ihe Requirement* of a
Profitable Dairy Feed
nml n-riii'iiii'il in prloe wllh whi.1 I.
...kill rm miier reedllutfl i�� triple
pinliiii mine for viiii* mnney, Ita
-ill.ei lm ill del in lhe furl Hi.,1 feetl-
lllir    ll    Itnleli.e.    Ir-.IH    |||e    lllllll    ill-
!���'      Illrle       lllllll   I      rill.I      |||e     111111,11111     l|f
fm uml protein in Uu iiaily ration
��no saves VOU 40 TO BO
PER   CENT   ON   FEED.
Vou   -niiiiltl   nol   hi:   without   It.
Milled mini, freih ud iweel rroin
llll     IrlrU    kCtllC   lllllll   III   l|   r.lllllllll-
nii- .iiriium pi-nre,i.H by
IHE ROYAL STOCK FOOD Co.
Limited
Dryiri of and  Dealer*  In  r*id
Product!
SCOTIA AND FRONT STREET!
VANOOUVER, B. 0.
Skeens Land District���Dlilrlcl of Queen
CharloUe Islands.
Take notice lhat William Moon*, of
-nmilrh. ll. c., occupation firmer, int.-nils
lo apply for permission lo lease lhe fol-
1'iwliiv described lands:
���mile'-i.i ink al a posl planled at lhc
corner or lot mis, Masset In-
i-i one hundred chain*, Ihence
.., four chains Ihence west to the
Inn'li, Ihence alonn beach lo point Of
inmiiieiicemeiil, conlalnlns six hundred and
furiy  (ClO/ acres, more or less.
WILLIAM  MOOnE.
Oeorire Young, Ajeni.
Iialetl Nov.  ll,  toil.
I'uh. Uec. 16, 1911.
-.. nil.'   tie.cri
IOiiiimencln
southwest   CO]
I PI. Ihence ea
. south slxlyft
illncaK", Dee. 27.���For fifteen
years Mrs. John II. Murphy made
payment! to a money lender trying In rid herself <>f n debt of >*ATi
inruiT.-d hy her son. In lhal time
lhe pan! Ibe loan agent more
ilian 1450, and when Ihe payments were linnlly .-tupped after
In- death she still owed nearly
double Hi'- original amount.
Mra, Murphy itruggled lo get
together money lo make the
monthly payment!, nnd when she
did iml have il she renewed the
Utiles.
When lhe loan agent died a few-
days  ago  his son  called at  the
Murphy home and demanded pay
iin-nl of the notes.    Through the
acli.   fibc Legal Aid Society
Ibe  noles  were canceled  yesler-
day.
Dated Oct. 11,1��U
Pub. No��. II.
containing e^ht. acraa, more
MISS >	
MAUI  M: I.'. ..
John C klulnile. Ifl
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Department of the Naval Service
RADIOTELEGRAPH  HERVIOE.
sealeo lenders, addreiieO to Ibe undcr-
slinietl, endorsed "Tender for Dwelling
House" and accompanied by a certified
' Hemic for I o p.c. of ibe amount of the
lender will be received up lo noon on
. ecenili.-r 31st, 1911, for llie erection of
dwelling houses at thc Oovernmcnt Wireless siallnns at Prince llupert, capo Laio
ami I'nlnl Orey.
I'luns antl specifications may bo ��een at
l.i' following places:
The Oovernmcnt Wireless Stations at
I'olnl Orey, Capo l.ajo and Digby Island,
Prlnco lluperl. Tbo Posloftlces at Vancouver, Nanalmn and Prince Ituperl
OfllCS of lhe District  Superintendent
e, inn,., ie,       .tier       i*riitt;e       llllpCM.
Itlce of the District  Superlniendtnl,
(lovernment Wireless Service, Victoria, and
iiciiiiiimi'iil of lhe Naval Service, Ottawa.
i ii i ii i ii" i in -ii publication or this notice
wnl not receive payment.
0,  I. DESBABATS,
I.epuly Minister of Iho Naval Service,
Department of iho Naval Service,
Ottawa, November ainii, 1911.        a{
skeena  land  District���District  of  Coait,
llange 6.
Tike nnilcc thai I, LouH Calern, driver,
of victoria, U. Ci Inlend lo apply for permission io. purchase Iho following described lands:
commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Lol 1789, Ihence south
ou chains, thence west 40 chalm, tbence
noi ih 8D chains, thence east lo cnaina to
point of commencemenl, conlalnlng 380
acres, more or lets.
LOUIS CALEnTS.
Fred C. cowell, Agant.
Iml. i!   Ocl.   81,   1911.
I'ub. Dec. 9.
skein:. Land District���DUtrlel of Casslar.
lake notice that James Kwing Macrae,
or Vancouver, occupation real estate agenl,
iiiicnils io apply for permission lo pur-
��� Hut lhe following described lands:
i.iinimenclng m a post planted about
e,','v'"., ""'P <>'���'"**** ��nd In an easicrly
direction, from ihe Naas Hlver, and aboul
elKhl miles norlh or Alyansti Indian village,
""i    norih   eighty   chains,   thenee   easi
���-'iglny chains, Ihenco south eighty chains,
Ibence west eighty chains to point oi
commi'iicenieiit.
JAMES EWINO MACnAE.
��� . . ��� H. p. Hutter, Agent.
Dated Oct. 31, 1911.
Pul). Doc. 14.
OHM  Land   Dislrict��� District   of   I
Hange 5.
Take notice tbat I, John Arglraclii, car-
penter, of Victoria, B. C, Intend to appl)
f��� -r p. rmm.ii.n lo purchase Ibe followin<
'l.-'i.r. I lands:
i   iniiienring al a poll planlrd al-oul OM
ind   uiii*-hair   miles   n- : He a-i    from   <h'
11.1.1k.   or  Trout Hlver, on  lhc  well  fiJ*
of Lakelse Lake, and aboul live tii ch.   *
back   from   thc   walerfronl,   Ihenca   -
��*i chains, Ihence west Su cbains, lie :i
imrlb txi rhalns, Ibence essl 60 chans t
i   ... i     i   .   uuo, n. in,. i,i,   containing   -1
acres, more or lesi.
JOHN   AH01HACLIS
Fred E. Cowell, Ag.nl
Daled Ocl. 31,  1911.
I'ub. Dec. 9,
Skeena  Land  District���District  of  Queen
CharloUe Islands.
Take notice Ibat John Scotl Young, of
Isaaleb, B. .:., oceupailon farmer, iniend-
lo apply ror permission lo purchase m*
f'lll'iwing described lands:
* nm.��� tr- nr.- at a posl planted al tli<
northeast corner of Lot i:.:.u. Ihence soulh
In the north boundary of Lot 1551, them e
��� asi along Ihe said boundaiy lo lhc *>'<>���
shore, ihence following along tbo snore In
ibe poinl or commencemenl, conialiuni-
nn.- hundred and sllly-onc (301) teres,
more or less.
JOHN SCOTT YOL'NO.
Oeorge Young, Agenl.
Daled Nov.   15,  mil
Tub. Dec. 15, 1911.
Skeena Land District���District of Casslar.
Take notice thai Clarence Bowen, of s���
allle, Wash., occupallon woodsman, in
lend! in apply ror permission lo purcbas-
ll.e rollovving described land):
' 'iiiiin ti. mi.- at a posl planled four
miles easl or Ihe Naas Hlver and about
live miles norlh of Alyansh, thence wesl
eighty chains, ihence south eighty chlln-.
Ihenco east eighty chains, Ihence norm
eighty chains lo point of comtnenccmrni.
CLA1IENCE BOWEN.
H. P.  Hull' r, Ag.nl.
Dated Ocl. 31, 1911.
Pub. Doc. 14.
skeena Land District���Dlalrlct of Cisslar.
Take nnilcc lhal Frank Furey, of BcilH'.
Wash,, occupallon chalnman, Intends 10
apply fur permission lo purchise Ihe rollowing described lands:
I  "llrllir lirini-   at   .1   |Hir-t   pllllllell   ibOlll   l��
ii,lies easl of Ihe Niai Hlver and abo".
-'���vin iiiii,-<<< norlh of Alyansh, thenco norih
eighty chains, easl eighty chains, souin
cigluy chains, west clglily chains lo P"!"1
of ii'iniiicncement.
FHANK FUHEY.
II. P. Hullor, Agenl
Dated Ocl. 31,  1911.
I'ub. Dec. 14.
ADVERTISE IN THE
NEWS

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