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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m..
Dee. 8
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The daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
���TORIA. *
NEXT
MAILS
For
SOUTH
a.m.
a.m.
VOL. II,  NO. 281
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, December 8, 1911.
Price Five Cents
m CITY IN
SUFFERED DEATH WOUND
ON THE HUNTING TRAIL
STRENUOUS ATTEMPT TO RUSH   MU8IKE,  A  YOUNG   MONTENEGRIN, INTO HOSPITAL BV TRAIN TO SAVE HIS LIFE
PROVED OF  NO AVAIL-ACCIDENT UP RIVER
Hurried Into the hospital from
Un- afternoon train yesterday wiih
a serious wound in lhe abdomen
oausd by the accidental discharge
nl liis rille, Musike llajkuvich, a
I young Montenegrin who resided
in Un- Celinjo Hotel, died Inst
night.
lie bail gone up river lo hunl
n..I fur rrom the 0. T. I'. and was
accompanied by a fellow country-
| n      While  going  through   the
| hush carrying his rille lho trigger
caughl and the gun went off, the
bullet l.'aring an ugly wound in
tin*  lower  part  of the  hunter's
WHO   RULES   THE   UNITED  STATES?
body. Willi ililllcully he was
pack.1.1 I., lhc railway Irack an.l
III.' train was Mugged lo lake him
inl*.  Hupert.
Al Ihe general hospital no hope
was held oul from the llrsl for
liis recovery, (hough he was a
young man of splendid physique.
He had no known relatives or
very near friends ni Hupert, bavin!.' come here reconlly from
Alaska. The body lies at E. L.
Fisher's funeral chapol. An iit���
iiuesl may he held.
Besl room in (own al the Savoy.
COUNCIL WANTS
THREE WARDS
Proposal Is Made to Still Further
Carve Up ths Olty Into Artificial Fragments.
Alderiiinii Kirkpatrick last
night introduced the Ward bylaw
in divide up llic cily inio three
wards, each .wiih three aldermen.
The proposetl boundaries arc
practically McBride street and
l-'ii 11 < ni. bui in the rase of Fulton
street the boundaries wind
around nl the top end so as to
include Comox avenue dislrict in
Center word and exclude lhe
olher residents, who will vole in
Wesl ward.
The bylaw will come up for
further consideration next Monday.
A NEW SEWER
IS PROPOSED
Mayor and Olty Engineer to Address Ratepayers In Presby-
tyrlan Hall Tonight.
St Andrew's Society.
A luri-i iiik of the St. Andrew's
Society will be heltl in lhe Cor-
pnlers' hall lonighl al 8 o'clock.
Miles of ribbon with "M.rrie
Xmas," holly, etc., for lying up
your gifts. Gives them Ihe "Unal
dainty touch."���Wallace's.
Mr. M. English wus a passenger for Vancouver by lhe Prince
Ituperl Ibis morning.
It. 11. Corley left for the south
l.y lhe Q.T.P. boul this morning.
HONORED RALPH SMITH
Ex-Member    for    Nanaimo Was
���enqueued by Fellow
Townsmen
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Nunainio, Dec. 8���The citizens
of Nanaimo Irrespective of poll-
Ural creed, gave a gran.I public
banquet last night to Mr. Ralph
Smith, Nauuimo's ex-memher in
Ihe House of Commons who is
leaving in the near future lo take
up his residence in Vancouver.
For Ihe pnst 20 years Mr Smith
has been one of the most prominent men in the city's public
life, and many tributes were paid
to the public services he had rendered.
Following lhe defeat of lhe lato
trunk sewer bylaw, Ihe Mayor and
ihe Cily Engineer are contemplating a new sewer scheme that
may he acceptable i<> tho rcsi-
dnts of Hays Creek. Wha! the
scheme is no one as yet knows.
Tonighl iu the Presbyterian
Hall lhe Mayor and lhc Cily Engineer will adtlress n meeting of
the residents of Seclioli8 5, 0, 7
and 8 and outline the new scheme.
In addition lhe question of lhe
purity uf Morse Creek water for
drinking purposes and the question of how lo raise money for
building plank roads iu lho outlying seel ions will be. discussed.
GEORGE BLACK
GETS GOOD JOB
Weil-Known Vancouver Lawyer,
and ex-Yukoncr, Is Made Commissioner for the Yukon.
THIS MAN
In Wall Street, New York
COAL PROBLEM UP AGAIN;
CONTRACT TO BE CANCELED
OHEAP OOAL DEOIDED ON FOR LIGHT PLANT AFTER DISCUSSION RECENTLY REFU8ED BY SUPT. LOVE-
NEW TENDERS TO BE CALLED FOR.
The Council cut problem is up
again. The present light plant
coal contract is I., be canceled
and new lenders culled for.
E. Love, suprinleiideul of Ihe
light plant, wrote lust night to
Council compluiiiing lhal the
Hi
coal now being delivered is of loo
poor quality tu serve (he purposes of the plant. The coul is
full of slack, says Mr. Love, and
in wet weather weighs so much
more thut tons are lost to the
cily. Love also said thai the
scnles   nre   never   iu   the   same
or
THIS
in Washington
The recent disclosures in the
investigntion of the United Stales
Sleel Corporation, now being held
ul Trenton by Jusi ires liufling-
l..ii. Gray and Lnnningloii,  have
opened Ihe eyes of the people of
America lo the fact lhal a pcr-
pelunl civil wur is iu progress
between (he people of lhe United
Stales and Ihe Irusls.
A clever cui-loonist has depicted the question lhal is in lhe
minds of lhe people by (he accompanying picture, entitled
"Who rules the l'nited Slates?"
place ou Ihe whurf where he can
get Ihem, und on .me occasion ho
round them nil' balance.
Mr. Love uske.l the Mayor
cancel lhe coiilrucl for this coal
uml  Alderman  Hilditch  accord
Ingly moved Ihut Mr. Kelly, th
coiilructor for lhe coul, be noli
lied to slop delivery.
The Cily Bolioltor suggested
Ihut the coulraclni* should be ordered to puy the difference in
price between the poor qunlity
oul and the righl stuff. Tenders
will he called for 225 Ions
steam coal al once.
'BEST BOOSTER'
HAS GONE BACK
T. D. Pattullo Left for Victoria on
the Prinoe Rupert This Morning After Doing Good Buslnesa.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Vancouver,   Deo.   8. ��� Ceorge
Black,   i well-known lawyer and
u    forinei    resident   of   Dawson
18118, Will be lhe next Commissioner   for  the   Yukon   when   lhe
rsignut on ..f Commissioner Henderson -nines into effect on December I'll). Ulack is now in
Ottawa uml his appointment is
certain,
AUSTRALIA IS SEEKING RECIPROCITY
TREATY WITH THE UNITED STATES
Mr. Neil Neilson, Member of the Federal Parliament of Australia, ia Now in America on a Mission to Negotiate a Reciprocity Treaty With our Neighbors
(Special to Dally Newe.)
San  Francisco, Deo. 7.���Nell Neilson, a member of the Federal Housa of Australia, has arrived
here on the liner Sierra on a mission to negotiate a reolproolty treaty with the United States.    He
Is empowered with full authority by his government and will proceed at once to Washington.
REALISE THE ADVANTAGES.
Mr. Neilson states that the people or the Commonwealth realise tho great commercial advantages that would follow to them If Ihey eould arrange a satisfactory reciprocity treaty with the
United States, whieh la the njarest white neighbor to Australia.
Ex-Alderman T. D. Puttullo
was on eof the passengers who
left for the soulh on the Prince
Ituperl Ihis in..ruing. "Duff,"
who is known as one of Prince
Rupert's besl boosters, has a
thriving business in Victoria lhat
is calling him, but his liearl and
his best hopes are all for lluperl.
He came north wiih a big wad
of Viclm-ia money���rumors say
lhal il was iu lhe neighborhood
of IIOO.OOO���lo Invest in Prince
lluperl. He bought several of the
besl corners in Section 2 at lhe
sale, and several since, fn addition to picking up some nice
properties in Ihe olher sections
for his clients.
CITY MAKES
A BAD ERROR
Discovered That All the Local Improvement Assessment Advertising*- Will Have to Be Done
Over Again���and Paid For.
The discovery of an error* in
the  method of calculating ihu
improvement    assc.-siiicnl
local _^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^
schedules lhal an* being odver-
ii-i'il in I In* Journal necessitates
the I'c.iuium uml readvertlsing of
the schedules nnd the postponement of lhe Curl of Revision
until January lib. The error was
made at llu- Cily Hall, so the ro-
sdvei 'Using will have lo be pui.l
for. The original contract run lo
over ftl.noo. Thc Journal is to
I ..ugruliiluled.
LEGISLATURE TO
MEET ON JAN. 11
Early Holding of Session Is Taken
to Presage an Early Winter
Provincial Election.
Expert Is Here.
Mr. James Mallhews, the newly
appoiiilcil electrical eiiginocr lo
lake charge of Ibe erection of lhe
lighl plant, arrived this week and
is now engaged actively in Ihe
preliminaries of his duties.
Salesgirls wanted ��� Wallace's.
WITH XMAS MAIL
Prinoe Rupert Today Was Last
Boat Taking Old Country
Xmas Letters.
.. About, sixty firsl class passengers ni.d a hundred second
class and oeck passengers    left
for below by the G.T.P. ss. Prince
lluperl, Ihi . morning. The lluperl carriH' th old country mail.
A gift lhal always pleases���
beautiful chinaware. Many things
from tho celebrated potteries of
Europe.��� Wallace's.
Coi-n-ll and Olty Band.
Mention was mude  last  night
of iho proposd city contribution
to a city band. The mailer, seyi
Alderman Clayton, is still under
udvisciiienl.
The Indemnity Bylaw.
ai lust night's Council meeting lhe Indemnity bylnw, providing f..r ihe payment <>f the Indemnity io Mayor ami Aldermen
fm* their attendance at Council
.luring  lhe  year,  went   through
its llrsl and s mil readings,    ll
will  come  up  again  on   Monday
nighl for limii consideration.
PANIC-STRICKEN
ACTING MAYOR
"For God's Sake, Don't Try to
Work," Said Vernor Smith to
8. P. MoMordle During Strike.
"Kor (lod's soke, don't try to
work," are the nelual words used
by Acting Mayor Smith to 8. P,
MoMordle In connection with the
contractor's efforts to sinri up
his OOnlraOl during Ihe strike.
This wns slated hy S. p. McMordie
oulh this morning as wil-
in the rase of Wntsou vs.
still proceeding,
Bolioltor Peters suggested
chief
WILL 8TUDY  IRRIGATION.
Mr. Neilson, who Is also Interested In Irrigation problems, will make a study of United States
methods of Irrigation and attend the National Irrigation conference in Chicago thle month. He
believes that great areaa of land In Australia oan be reclaimed for agriculture by scientific Irrigation.
CITY OPENS UP ITS DEFENCE IN THE
CONTRACTORS' SUIT FOR DAMAGES
Supt. of Works, in His Cross-Examination,  Admits That the Dump   Waa Often
Ahead of the Retaining Wall Gangs���Witness Described
Police Protection as a Farce
(Special to Dally News.)
Victoria, Dec. 8.--Tho Pro\ incut I Legislature hns been called
I., meet oii January I Ith.
The Legislature is being called
much earlier (ban usual Ihis year.
This Ml is in conjunction wllh
sliilcuK-uls inu.le by Premier Mcllride  i ntly,  and  the general
success of Provincial elections
liit.-ly for lhe Conservative parly
is Ink.ui I., indicate lhal Iho flov-
ei nmi'iii will announce a railroad
policy nnd al once go to lho
electors.
Had a Good Trip.
Mr. Solomon Mussallem returned in ihe ciiy yesterday after
ii most successful business Irip
through lhe railroad camps.
Mr. Mussallem is conlcmplaUiig
opening a Jewelry business downtown.
Will Wed In South
11. Ileilch.-I un- a passenger to
Vancouver by Ibe Prince lluperl
Ihis iii..ruing. Mr. Ileilchcl is lo
become u benedlol this trip, his
liinlc being Miss Sell..it, formerly of the Prince llupert i.ciicral
Hospital iiurusiiig staff.
Illllll'l
ness
Cily,
Cily
Unit
Decorate! Garlands -belli, Hot*'**,
etc.���Wallace's.
ihe obenge iu ponoc
had ended Ihe strike by the met lind ..f making a determined stand
in slop ihe trouble.
"The war In  ihorl  was quick
an.l  lilnoily,"  suggested  llie Cily
Bolioltor,
"lind it ben alilllo quicker it
might    have    been    much    less
bloody," replied the oonlradtof',
Supt. nf Public Works M. J.
McNeil \mis lhe principal witness
for the defense examined in this
morning's bearing nf Ihe rase of
Watson vs. Cily. His evidence
principally went lo show lhat in
liis opinion the conlruclinn of retaining walls by the city did not
hinder lhe contractor,  lie would
mil swear lhal lumber Inken off
lhe contract by the city had been
measured by the city nr any city
employee, and said ihut ihe only
lime he hud hud any ditTercnce
with Watson wns when he had
threatened lo strike him, and then
il was witness' fault.
Cross-exniuined by Mr. W. E.
Williams, lie admitted lhal Watson bad an end dump some distance ahead of the retaining
wails, bui ibis, he maintained did
nui mean thui lhe retaining wnll
Was hindering the work.
.lohn 11. Morgan, coulrnclor,
gave olear evidence In show that
il was more <I.ili,*.. 11 for a contractor io dump for retaining
walls i ti it it straight iiii.'.'i.i.   iii'
described all Ihe evidence of lhe
Superintendent of Public Works
us "ridiculous" nnd snid Ihe city's
allelupl ul police protection wns
a farce.
Best room in town al Savoy.
M'NAMARAMADE
FOOLISH BOAST
Said That He Could Not Be Con-
vloted���This Oaused MoManl-
gal to Turn Against Him.
BLOWN TO PIEOES
Paelflo Olty Ranoher Fell While
Oarrylng Dynamite
{Canadian Pros Despatch.)
Sen I lie. Dee. 8��� Ily. Thompson
n ranoher living nt Pacific cily,
stumbled and fell Wb"e carrying
tilt.'eu siie'ks of dynamite und waa
I 'nun lo pieces lo.liiy.
THOMAS OORSAN DEAD
Salesgirls wanted ��� Wallace's,
JACK BEATTY WENT SOUTH
Rumor Says He Will Be Appointed
In Charge of New Govt. Wharf.
Mr. .1. II. Uenlly was among the
passengers who went south by
Hie Prince lluperl. fur Victoria
this morning. II. is uudei'slood
lhal Mr, Heally's name has been
mentioned in connect inn with the
appointment of n trharfmaeler
fur  the   new  Provincial   govern-
nuii wharf, .1. ii. is expected back
in u few days with n No. 0 smile
on his genial face.
NINE BIRTHS; ONE DEATH
Last Month Showed How Healthy
a Plaee Prinoe Rupert Is.
Prinoe Rupert is in a healthy
oondltlon, as usual, reports lhe
Medical lleilllh Officer. I.iihI
month Ihore were nine births und
live .lenlhs. four of which were
cases brought iu from outlying
places up river.
INDIAN GIRLS WARNED
Five Port Simpson Natives Char-
tied With Being Disorderly
Five Indian    girls    were    Ihis
morning arraigned before Mng-
Istrale Carss, charged with doubt
ful pondUOl. They were warned
lo leave lhe cily and return lo
Purl Simpson or pay lhe penally
<>r tine or Imprisonment, one rase
was withdrawn  though  lhe.  girl
was warned against inu hours
ami Innl company.
(Cnniiillnii Press Despatch. 1
Los Angeles, llec. 8, ���"I've g..l
hundreds of thousands of dollars
and Ihe American Federation of
I,abor hack of me. II look only
ij.in.nno to clear Vincent Allman
ni riiiciigii. and if Ihey could not
COnvlOl him Ihey cannot coin id
inc."
This bOUt, attributed lodny by
.lames McNamara on the train
from Detroit I" Chicago while
under arrest on Ihe night of
April IStta- caused (irlie E. Mo-
Munigal, then also under arrest,
lo become nngered with McNamara for his indiscreet statement
and led McMuiiikiiI to break fro.n
liis companion, said Deteottve
Mnlcolm McLaren in his evidence
given lodny before lhe (Irnnd
Jury,
Weil-Known Old-Timer of Queen
Charlottes Died at Victoria.
(Canadian  I'reos Despatch.)
Victoria.   Dec.    7. ��� Thomas
��� "i .an. a well-known old-timer
and holder of valuable properties
..ii ihe Queen Charlotte islands,
.��  dead,   following  an   operation
for appendicitis.
WILL  REVISE   FISH   LAWS
Hon. J. D. Matfin Made Statement
Before the House Adjourned
Laat  Night.
Canadian Press Despatch.'/
Ottawa, lie. I Beforei. ihe
House adjourned Inst nighl for
liM' weeks, a Statement was made
by Hon. .1. D. Baton Hint the fisher)   laws  i.l  the  B.C.  oust   had
I R  badly administered, nnd as
S..OII   as   possible   Ihe   protective
SOrviOl will be rc-nrganlied.
Pantorium
Phone I,
Pioneer   Cleaners. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
Rupert n. v,
bccuptMIon civil 1'iiginiH'i, Intend,
tbe following
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C
Publi.had by the Prince Rupert Publi.hing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-To Canada, United States and Mexico-DxiLY, 50c
per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance. Weekly, $2.00 per year. All
Other Countries-Daily, $8.00 per year;  Weekly,  $2.50 per year,  atrlotly IKTSe1i^?to��ureS!-S^&��SltS^_U%M__tSS
laiiUa:
Cummuiiclng ��t ��� poit pUnted at the north*
woat curner 1U0 chaitia omit, and 2U chaini north
from N. b corner ol Lol lllti, Harvey'a Survey
Cuaat iJlalrict Range 5* thucce -U chains aoulh,
thunce UU chaina uaal, Ihence HO chaina north-,
thencu 40 chaina vu-m, thence tiO chaina aouth,
��� thence 40 chaina wuat to pual ol commencement
Subscribers  will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in caee of uumaining 4uu acrua mow or leas.
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers. ] BSSS��     ��� w3w^^Shier^A^t
LAND I'UKCaASE NOTICES
Skeena Land Dial rict ^-DUtrut o( Coaat Hange 6
Taku  notice Uiat  LcUoy  F.  (Irani  of  Prince
P1
tu apply fur permiaalon to putcti
duecriDed landa:
Cumraencing at a putt planted about 3 1-2 milee
in a northerly direction from the northeaat corner
poat of Lot IH0| IUnge 5, Coait DUlrict, thence
uait 3U chair-a, thonce north till chaina, thence
wuat to bank of river, thence aouth lollowing
bank of river lo point ot commencement; containing list) acree, more or leea.
DatedSept. y, HHl. LKHOY   |\  GRANT
I'ub. Ocl. 10, Gordon 0. Emmeraon, Agent
sk.-.-u.i Land Diatrict���Dutrict of Coaat Range *��
'lake nutice that Lultie McTaviah ol Vancouver,
in advance.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave.,JPrince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
Daily Edition.
A  SOLEMN   WARNING TO THE JOURNAL.
 Sk-Min. Land I.wtrict���DUtricl of Coul lUngu 6
I      laku iiiiii.v thai Mlaa Muy Mulvill. ol Clara,
FRIDAY   riPC    K   Iralanil,   occupation  ipiiiator,   intund.  to  apply
* sssamte**, xjsz,\j,   o   i _ .
Ever since the duy that llie Journal accommodated The
News wiih mechanical assistance nl u time when we were
reorganising our plant, Tliu News has had a soft spot in its
heart lor the Journal. Any little differences of editorial
opinion wo all have are looked on with culm, nay, gent'i'iiu
emotions.
(ur purniiaatun lu purctiaa. ttiu (ulluwintf iloanlMHi
landa:
Cummancim* at a poat plantwl uno cliaina nortii
ul thu siiuiiu-iist ciirniT ul Lot it'll, Ihenco nurili
1*1 cliaina, llu-iicu uiui -U cliain., tliuncu aoulh 40
oii.urn, tinmen woat 1X1 chun. tu pu.nl ol cuin-
.nfni.-oiiu.ni; coin-unm-- oujiily acrua, mora or In.
I .hum Oct. 11, 1UU. Ml-xs MAUI Ml l.VU.U.
I'ub. Nov. II. John 0. Muiville, Agunt
ll.-lla Cool. Land Oulricl -Uutrlct ol Coul 11.114
il
Take nolice Uul 11. M. Clill ol DumUlk, Ire
. l.nd,   occupation   gentleman,   inlenda   10   apply
1 lor  pcrni.aa>oii   10  low-*-  th.  following  deacnUeJ
<   landai
Commoneing at a  poat planled on lit. ahor.
ol  N-Klecucoiin.y   II.ver  aboul   10 chain,  tte.1
,,    ,    ,1 , . . . ..lot  Inui.n  HnN-rve Line ,theoce  m��l  00 chaina
Uut there comes u tune when it is necessary lo sacnllce loiiow.ng u>. channel oi Neciucuconnv Hiver,
.   , - ., ,__ 1-     1    , mi       ��� ,-.. .       1   thencu aoulh 6X1 cliaina more ur iua. lo cbanuul
friendship on  thu  altar ol duty,    lhe Journal is live to plead ,.i i.,-ii. cool, mm, thunc loUowing channel
ul   inn.  Cool.  Ilni-r  wlurly  00 chuiu, north
bxl ch.ina more or Im. 10 poinl ol eommencoment;
cunluutiig test acrua, mole or ten.
Dated Augual M, mil. II.   M.  CLIFF
I'ub. SepL 00. WUiam McNair, Agenl
for higher pay for the Cily Solicitor, or lo chide us for not
growing enthusiastic over the virtues of (he aldermen. We
will stand for it without a murmur. Uut when the Journal
announces its recent Sunday edition as "December 20, 1011,"
it is clearly time to call u halt. This i.s one of the bolde.l
pieces of misrepresentation thai has ever appeared in the
Journal.
lt is of no use for the editor of the Journal to plead that
he had u "morning after" feeling and guessed it was the 80th.
Such uu explanation ill becomes a good Methodist Coining
80 closely after his being honored by a position on the Conservative executive, the public will not be so easily satislled Dial the
incident is not part of some political plot to deceive the
electors.
Uul the electors will nol be  deceived.    The  plol,   though
, .. , . ... ,     , ���       -*        , I cabin.    1*0.1  markad A.   J.  M. N.  W. Corrur,
daring iu conception, uml carried  out with a bold  eliruiitt-r\ ��� uuno. ao chun. aoutb, th.no so chain, .-..i
,. ,       ,     . ii   , . j   .       .   �� r-s. ...      ���*������������ *0 chun.  norlh,  thenc  ��0 chun.   -
worthy of a better cause, will be doomed to defeat.    The chil
Skuen. Land Dlalrlct���limine!  ol Cout Hang, h
'lake   uotic.   lhal   Uenjainm   Uuawl    li-cu    ol
I'nuc. Kup-t-t, li. C, occupauon wuuir,  Inutndj.
lo apply lor purmiauon lo purchau Ihu [ullowing
duenbed landai
Commencing al * po.1.planted 65 chain, auuili
Irom  uu* -ouihM.1 corner ol Lol  'iiiou.    P-Mt
inarke.1 II. K. H S. fc!. Corner,   ihenc 70 chain.
wut, theoc. 0- chaina north, lhance TO chatna
wit,  tlience 06 chuiu aoulh to iio.nl ol   com-
.nviiceiu.ntt cvntuning 461, acre, mora or Iua.
Hr.NJ.-lMIN   Ul SSKL   lllll.'
Dated Oclobw 21, lull.
I'ub. Nov. -.
Skeen. Land Dutrict    Iimlricl ol Caaaiar
Tak. nolle, that  Angu. Jamu   Mcheniie of
Vancouw, ll. C, occupation bookkaoper, Intodntu
to apply (or p-arm talon to purchau lne (ollowing
daacribed lanua.
i ommenclng .1 a po.1 plant.*.! at th. con-
Hu.no. u( lilaekwau-r riser wllh Naaa river, about
two in ile. aoulh Irom lh. ai-ili Dominion "1 ul.vr.pt.
ilren wlio now sit round with copies of the Journal of "Dec.
80th, lull,'' in one hand and tear-laden handkerchiefs in the
other���mourning thc fact lhal Christmas has passed and Santa
Glaus has failed to pul in an appearance���may dry their tears.
The plot has failed.
The Journal still is entitle I to a warm place in our affections. It can borrow a galley of type or a monkey wrench or
our umbrella at any time without notice. But it must not attempt to 1*1 ii IT the people of Prince Itupert oul of their
Christmas,
to point of comm.ncv.ueat, conluning 040 acru
more or lui
AM.I .*. JA.MKs MckKN/.IK
Dated SepL SS, mil.
l-ub. Nov. -���
Skuna Land DUtrlct - Diatrict ol Ce
Tak. mine lhal ll.rb.rl McLvnnan ol  Van-
eoxtstm, I.. Oe. occupation rval .-.lau. ag.nl, InUnd.
lo .pply lor parmuatun to purchu.  me lulluwing
ducrib-Kl Und.;
. .iiiiini-iicitig   al   a   past   planted   at   the   con-
-r-i-niv ut iiu.k-.aiii rivor with lb. Nau livu
aboul  two  milu wulb  ol  Um autli   Dominion
*l.legr.pb  cabm.     I'oal   ...arkadr   11.   M.   N.  t&.
Corner, in.no. 60 chun. Miuib, tb.nc. 50 chain.
wut, lh.no. bo cbaina nurlh, ihence bo chun.
MM lo point ol cominencwu.nl, conudning 04U
���en. mora or Iua.
Daled SepL tl, mil        II I.IUII.IU' Mcl.KN N AN
I'ub. Nov. *.
Skuna Cod DlaUlel���Dlalrlct ol Coul lUng. 6
Tak. iitriic thai 1, Chrulopbar Junu lirmham
ot Trine. Hup n, II. C, occupatioo locomotive
���nglnur, Intend to apply lor pumtuloo lo purchu.
Um lollowlng da-uni-a-d lan.i..
I eeli .i.riicin.   .1   .   puat   pl.nt-M   .1   lie   aoulli-
wut corrMC ol Lot No. I7j�� vicinity ol Laka
Lahelm anel mukod Chriatopher J. liraha-u
N. fcl. Conwr. U��nu wut 40 ehaina. thenc. aoulii
���0 rhaina. .hence eut   40 rhaina. tb.no.   north 00
rii.ina to -.am oi taaaataaaaatt i   coniaiuing
320 w.u, mot. r.r liwa.
CIIIUSTOI'IIKII JAB,  GKAUAM.  Locator
Dau<dSn,LtX.mil  11.66 A.M.-WilnuudT. D
BR,
PubSw-N.
Skuu Und Dutrict     Hull id ol Cuaiax
Tak. ne.ur* lhat ll.  II. Suwart .1 Vanoouvar,
11.   C.   i.ecu}.atmii   truckmwri.   Inunda   w-   apply
lot pumiulon to purchau th. to.lu.ing ducrtbwl
larufa:
i nmmencing Bl a po.1 pUnUd 40 ch.in. Miuth
nl l-r--.nio.iun No. 0V7 and 62 chain, eut Irom
lh. N.u Klvtr iS. W. l'.i. llience 40 chalu .-ui,
(bene 40 ch.ina oortb. tlience 40 ch-ina wut,
Ihenc. 40 chuna Mnith lo th. poinl ol eommencw-
ment to cunl.iti 1*0 .rr*u mora or Iua*.
HICIIAHD  II.iW Aim STfclWAKT
D.ted Aug. Kit. June. '!'. I ollertun. Agenl
I'uk Sept. M.
WRITING LOVE LETTER8
Some People Jay That It Is Lost
Art Among Modern Men.
Criticism has nol been lacking
auent tho alleged degeneracy of
modern love letters. We aro told
that they are less froquent, shorter und less sincere I linn their
predecessors. On the llrsl two
of these counts there may he
some grounds for complaint, and
lhe reason is easy lo lind. For
the overage young man the business of making n living must
necessarily absorl. nearly all his
lime, and���if hc is to succoed���
the greater part of his attention
and thought. Moreover, when he
lifetimes engaged he accepts the
responsibility of providing not
only for his own needs but also
for tier's whose coin fort and happiness are, or should be, Uie great
care of his life.
It has been suggested that an
engaged man should spend at
least an hour a day writing to his
llancee; but the sensible girl will
remember lhat an earnest and
diligent application to business
and to the improvement of his
position is far moro convincing
evidence of the sincerity of her
lover's affection than all the letters he could ever write. Far
more love can be expressed in an
hour's hard work than in half a
dozen sheets of notepaper.
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telephone 320 green. Davis boat
house.
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COAL NOTICE
Und DUtrirt���Diatrict of Quean Charlott
lalanda
Take notica tbat Auitin M. Brown of Prince
Itupert, aaddler, intenda to apply to the Chief
Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
ar the (allowing daacribed landa
Coaal of Grabam laland:
undei
on tbe Weat
Una eeat to point of
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Kick.
Keep kicking.
And don't quit kicking.
One pull one way and one t'other.
Send lo olher towns and buy your good-.
Denounce your merchants because limy make a prollt on
their goods.
Knife every man who disagrees with you on your method
of iloing business.
Refuse to unite in any scheme for the betterment of Ihe
material interests of the people.
Tell your merchant that you can buy your goods a great
deal cheaper in another town and charge him  with  extortion.
Keep every cent you get, ami don'l do anything of a public
nature unless you can make something out of il directly.
When you say anything of your town sny il in such n
way that it will leave the impression that you have no faith
in it.
Patronize outside newspapers   lo  lhe  exclusion  of  your|jpt1&S^fr^ffifl^ ,
own, and denounce your own for  not   being  as   large   as   lhe .**�� $ t&t?���2X^ot4l2m*mE*\ J355i^Sef,J&t fc"
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 **'  -'��� ***** ***������ "���"'*"��� ***"**"*   i..,-is-..,"l_____    c. E. BAINTBR. Locator
Land Dlalrlct���DUtricl ol Coul lUng. 6
laka nolic* lhal  Harold  I.. Smith ol Morvly,
Alia . occupation eUliofl ag.nl. intern!. i.i apply
lor pwr.iauun ... purchu. lh. (ollowing ducribed
Imm
l iinm.ncii.g   at  ���   pool  pUnUd   at  .lee  aouth
cornu 100 chain, east and 20 chaina north
l.immeiiring at a put planted thru milu aaal
ol the northeut form, of C. L. No. 44��, th.nce
���.'-ih HO ehalna, thenc 80 ch.ln. wut, thenc.
chain, north, thenc. M eh_J
cnmm.npemenL
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
l-xaud AuguM lit. KU.
rub.Aui.lt.
Skuna Uml Iliatricl -DUtricl ol Quun Charlott
Tak. nolice lha. thirty d.y. Irom date, 1. C. E.
Ilalnur ol 1'rirce Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkuper, Inteml tn apply to th. Chief Com-
minioner ol Land, (or a Itc-ano. to proepert lor
coal and p-ati-nl-mm on and undor 040 acna ol
land on Graham laalnd <i���i illiul u lollowa:
Commendnf al a poat planted two milu north
nl C. K. 11. Coal Uu. No. 18, m.rkad N. W.
crrner C. K. B. Coal Laaa. No. 21, thene. -oulh
Ml chain-*, Ihence eut 80 chuina, thenc. north
80 ch.ina. thence wut 80 ehalna to plaoa ol commencement.
Daud Sopt. 12, l.H.    a E. BAINTER, Locator
rub. Sept 2.1.
Skew. Und DUtriet-Diatrict of Qucao Charlotu
Tak. nolle, th.t Ihirty diva Irom data, I, C. E.
Uainur ol I'rince Itupert, B. C., by occupation
bookkeeper. InUnd to apply to th. ChM Com-
mi-winner ol Und. lor a licnc. to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and undar 640 acraa ol
l.nd on (Iraham Island ducrlbod u lollowa:
Commonclng at a piwi planted two mSu notrh
'-  ' o.l Uue No. 4, rn.rk.il
bigger city papers.���Plumas Standard
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a  hwtineita   career you nnmt vive
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
Nanaimo Business College
Und Diatrict     I.mi rict ol Coart IUnge 6
Taka notlc. ihat I, Gordoo C. Emmanoo of
l'nnce   Huput,   It.   t'.   occupation   rwal   Mat.
broker, Inund  to apply*  lor p-vmiuion  lo  pur-
' rleaae Um following ilucillieil land.:
Comnoacing at a pott planud about I 3-1
mUu In . nottliiTl*. du���cllon Irom th. oortheut
r.rii.r, port ol Ul x.ltx'j. lUng. &. Coart Duirtct,
Ibenc north 40 chain., -llieiiee wut to rive,
baol*. thence south lollowing river book to point
nl c.iinnienceitiei.i.  containing 100 acru. mor. or
commencment.
ll.t-alS.pl. 11, lllll.
I'ub. S-BPL 21.
I laud S-apL*. 1911.
, I'ub. Oct. 10.
U..111.1.N C. LMMKIISUN
Skuna Uad Dlrtrlt'���Dlrtrict of Cout Rang. 6
Taka notlc. that Harbart 1. Mackt. ol l'em*
broka, Ont., occupation lumh-wm.n, InUnd. lo
���pply lor parmUrioa to purchu. tha lollowing
ducrlbod land.:
Commencing at a port plantod on Iba laft bank
ol ihe Zymoiiolt. or Zlm-.-got-it. Illver, at aouth-
wut cornw ol Lot 1700, ihenc nortb��ly, lollowing
Ih. wutorly bound.ry ol Ut 1700, 80 ch.ina
mor. or loaa, to th. norlbwart cornor ol uld Lot
1708, tbonu wuurly and nuthuly, lollowing
Ih. left bank ol uld river, 80 ehaina mor. or Ion to
point   ol   commencment   conulnlng    180   acru
' ��� hkeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Coaat Ranga I,*. .    .    ,
Taka   notio.   lhat   ll.ri.ni Roy   McT.vuh   ol I mTJ',JT.-    ,_, ���   ,���.
Wlnn.iMg,   M.n���   occupation   barrUUr,   inunda   *}??*** *W?t.).��-. �����_*
It jb the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's Fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops the
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
are away from the distractions of the larger cities   :
^PPgfiW#?
On ..WitijeJ curtr mlaitt lutm i.
The Ben Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
ll M��jr Meu all the Difference Brtweeo Success isd Failsre Is Yon
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, Friscipil \hnmt, B.C.
i��i apply lor tttrmiaaioD to purehua Lha iollofring
dMcru^ad laoUa:
�� rimrt.i>hrii.f at a pMt planUd at tha aoulhwaal
rornpf 4u chains aaat and 40 ehaina north from
. N. ... eonwr ol Lot 1116, llarvay'a survey Coaat
Diatrict  Hani* b, thane* mi chaina aaat, thano*
60 chaina north, thanoo 60 ehalna writ, thanca 60
chaina aouth to poat of eommencoment   containing
JH0 acraa mora or loaa.
Datod tet !��, 1911   UIIUAM KUY MeTAVISH
I I'ub. i-m-vx. t��. Knd W. bohler, Agant
Skwna Uml District    DiMrirt of Caaaiar
Tak*   notie*   that   Chariaa   William   Ham   of
Vancouver,  It.  C, occupaUon inapactor, Intenda
to apply fur pormiaaion to purchaaa tho following
doacribod landa:
Commendng at a poat plant*) at the confluenc* of Ulackwatar river arlth th* Naaa Hvar
about two milea aouth from the aiith Dominion
7 olograph eabin. I'oat marked C. VV. II. S. W.
Cornar, thenco 80 chaina north, tbenc* BO chaina
< eaat, ihence R0 chaina aouth, tb*noa 90 chaina
waat to point of commaneement- containing 640
acroa moro or loaa.
CHAKLK3  WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23, lyll
, Tub. Nov. B.
Skeona Und DUlrict --Dlalrlct of Caaaiar
!     Take notlc* that Thomaa Arthur Whlta of Vancouver,  D. C, occupauon carpentar. intanda lo
apply  for  permisiion  to  purchaaa tha following
o>��KTibod landa:
Commencing   at  a   poat  plantad   at  tbe  con-
luonce of Hlaekwaler river with Naaa river, about
two milaa aouth of tho ��i��th Dominion Telegraph
cabin.   Poat marked T. A. W. 8. K. Cornar, tnence
80 chaina north, th��nce HO chaina weat, thence 90
chaina aouth, thenca 90 chatna aaat to point of
i eommencement, containing M0 acrea mor* nr Ion.
TIIOMAH AHTHUIt WIIITK
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
i Tub Nov. 2
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range V
Taka notie* that J-waa M. Tall man of Cedar
Itapida, Iowa, occupation lawyer, Inteml- to
apply for p*nni*Rton to purchaaa tha following
doaerilrod landa:
i (-ommenclng at a poat planted on the aoutherly
ahor* of Kulaymateen Inlet on the right bank
of a amall atream flowing Into aald Inlet Juat aut
of ('row Lake. Thance aouth 20 chaina, thenoe
waat 20 chaina more or leaa to the ahore line of
Crow Uka, thence northerly and eaaterly following the ahnre llnna of Crow Uke, the Inlet
to Crow Uke and KuUteymateen Inlet to* tha
plaoa of commencement, containing forty acraa
more or laaa.    l.oeated Auguat 7, 1911.
i MAut.1, 1911, TfcsSR M. TALLMAN
I Pub. Aug. II.
Datad Auguat 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pnb. An 26. Frederick S. Clementa, Agant
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Cout Rango 6
Take noUe* that JL Thomaa McClymont of
Princ* Rupert, B. C, occupaUon real estate
broker, Inlend to apply for parmiaaion to purchaae
the following daacribed landa:
Commencing at a pent planted at tha 8. W.
corner of pre-emption record 412, thane* *rit 80
chaina, thenc* aoulh 40 chaina, tbane* waat 90
chaina to ahor* of lak*. tbenc* following ahor*
of lak* In a northerly direction to point of commencement; conUining 820 acrea, more or laaa.
Dated Sept 6, 1911. THOMAS MeCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. 9. Eranaat Cole, Agent
Taka notice that R. T. MUler'ofTipton, England,   occupation   farmer,    ntenda   to  apply   for
iaaion   to  purcbaae  tbe foUowing  daaeribod
perm la
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantad about 60 chaina
wart from tba N. W. Cornar of Lot 4406, lhanc*
north 40 chaina, tbenoe wart 20 chaina, thance
aouth 40 ehalna, thanea aaat 20 ehalna to tba
point of commencement containing eighty acraa
more or leaa.
Dated Augurt 19 1911. R. P. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 28, P. U. Miliar, Agant
Skeena Und Diatrict-Diatrict of Quean Charlotu
Take notice that thirty daya from data, 1, C. E.
Ualnlar of I'rlnre Rupert, 11. C, by oecupatlon
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply to tha Chief Com-
inlaelnner ot Unda fur a lleenee to proapact for
coal and petroleum on and undar 640 acraa of
land on <"raham laland deacribed as followa:
Commeneing at * poat planted two mllea north
Tial.n northweat minef Coal Leaaa 4466 marked
C. E. H. Coal Uaae No. 29. tbence aouth 90 ehalna,
thenee wort 90 ehalni, thenc* north SO chatna.
fit-nee mat 90 chilna Ut point of commencement:
remaining 640 acre* mora or laaa.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C. K. BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skeena Und Dlrtrict���Diatrict of Coart Range 6
Take nolle* that Prank 8. Millar of Undon,
Eng., occupation civil angin*ar. Intenda to apply
for nermlaaioa to purehaae tha following deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantad at th* N. E.
Cornar of Lot 28, thanca north 20 ehalna, tbence
weat 20 ehaina, thenee aouth 20 chain*, thane*
eaat 20 chain* to point of -commencement, eon-
falnlng 40 acna mor* or laaa.
DaUdTAugurt IB, 1911. PRANK 8. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. MUler, Ag*nt
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V. F. 0. QAMULE
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
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and
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Steerage Fare       -     $6.00
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I AND LEASE NOTICE
|l,r|l-ll
I ..ll
���lu Land DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Cout IUngo
,���ti��! iliat 11. M. .IIII ol Dundalk, lm-
i-.rnun genUeman, Intend, to apply lor
'...i,<ii lu lm...' Hi. following de-crlbod landa:
iiniicing at a poat planted at tho ahore
"il.e N. fc.. i-iini.T ul Lot No. 11, thence nortii
.hali* tlience woat SO chain, more or tou to
e' r-i.iry ul cannery loaw. thonce lollowlng
11 Ili aa.t boundary wuth 411 chaina more or
'   in  le'r'l*.   '""'���    tl,"Ilr"   lollo.lng   reillil   .horo
**    ' e.|i til chain, moro or let*, i.r puint ol
'*' '[.m-ni'ri-nt;    containing  '11*1  acre.,  moru or
II.   M. CLIFF
William McNair, Agent
<*jki AuturtSt.MIL
i'Ulr   Mll
dull" <���''
laad,
in. i'
laiiri-
.11.
. i I.und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Cowl IUngo
S
-nu that H. M. CI10 ol Dundalk, lru-
, iiuiii   gentleman.   Intend,   to  apply
..mn  to leaa.  lha  lollowlng  do-crlbed
-nclng at a poat plantud at th. N. In*
*AZ ut i.ut 1111, thence north -it chaiiu, thencu
cor'e' .. i- euiiu, thence wuth '111 chain, more ur
*"' ��� ��� ��� ib line, thunce lollowing the ahoru line
i rua more or Iua. to point ol commence
'*', i . .-..uiiiing ou care., moru or luaa.
',.,.   .,,,,.131,1.11. H.   M. CLIFF
|  ,    ,'imil). William McNair, Agenl
i .Unilllialricl-Dlalrlct olCuaal Hang
I-, j
, i.mice that II. M. CliS ol Dundalk, Ire-
.-, .iipatlon   genUaman,   Intenda   lu   apply
.,'   jierm-BSB to learn th. loUowing UuacnU-d
modal ��t �� P"1 plant*! at lho N. W.
. I I.'i No. 4, thonce north 40 chuina, thunce
.,  |U chain., thence auuth 40 chaina more ur
,i-i shure  line,   Ihence  lollowing  ahore  Until .uil. 40 chaina mora or Ion lo point ol com-
neencMMOtl conulnlng 80 acre., more or In..
Vi.il Auguil US, 1911. H.   M. CUFF
i *U BwtTH. William McNair, Agen
i .IU Coola Land DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Coart Rango
lak.' notice thai II. M. Cllll ol Dundalk, It-
laid. uceupaUon gentleman, Inund. to apply
Mr  iiurniualun  tu Inu  tho  lollowlng  dc-crlbed
'"commonclng ��t a po.1 planud at th. N. W
corner ol Lut aw. Ibenco wuih 40 chuln. mora
or I. - lu northern bounder/ ul loat* Nu. I uppllrd
[ur ny 11. M. CIlUi tbenc loiluwing Mid buund.ry
, oat to ch.ina, ih.r-e. nortb 4U chaiiu. thance
..t-al 11 cbaina U point ol commeiicumt-iit* eon-
ii ii.in- bu ai-iiea. more ur lea..
StMTAStiUU. H.  M. CUFF
fUb Sopu ao. William M.-Vur, Antml
l.'UU Coola Und DUtrlel���DUtricl ot Coul lUtttfe
'Uke octtco Uut li. M. Cliff of Dundilk, lr*
Und, occupation gutloman, Intonda to auply
lor (hjiniU-uoo to laaaa tba lollowing duacnbod
...till*: .,
Commencing at a poat planted at tho S. L
corner ot Lot '*ib\, lhaooo auuth 41) chaina mora
oc h*> lu northern boundary ot Loaae No. 1
-mill*! (or oy U. M. CUfl, thence oaat 'JO chuiiu
uioiif ��aid boundary, thonco nortb 40 chalm,
ii.ri.c** ***** 20 cbaina to puint of commancomont;
iMiitaininf W) acraa, mora or lata. ������*,,..*
i saUiI August 3U, Wl* 11.   M    CLll i
1Mb bept. 30. William McNair. Agent
Skoena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Quoen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty dayi Irom dato, I, C. IS.
Uaintor of i'rince Kupert,  ll. C, by occupaUon
----- _    ���    -ppW    ."    MM    v   illl'l    1,0111-
iniaaionor ot Landa far a licence to proupoct for
coal and polroleum on and undor 640
land on Uraham laland deacribed aa followi
Commencing at a poat Dlantod one mile north
ot C.  I'_.  H. Coal Leaae No. 0, mar'
cornor C. K. 11. No. 10, thoncu aouth         ,
thenoe weat 80 chains, thonce north  HO chaina,
thonco oaat U0 chaina to placo of commencement.
Datod Sopt. 11, lOU.    C. ti. HAINTKU, Locator
Pub. Sopt. 23.
Skeona Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotto
Tako noticu thut thirty daya fromn date, I, C. ti.
Hmnit-r of I'rinco Rupert, H. C, occupation book.
kivji.-r, Intend to apply to the Chiuf Commlaslonor
of l.iiiiib for a llconoa tu proapeel tor coal and
uulroloum on and under G40 acroa of land on
liruhum laland deacrlbod ab (ollowa:
CommoncliiK at a poHt planted two miloa north
ot C. K. 11. Coal Leaae No 8, marked N. ti, corner
ot C. K. 11. Coal Uaae No. 11, thenco aouth 80
cliuiim, thonce woat HO chaini, tlience north 80
chaina, thonce eaat 80 chaina to placo of com-
C. E. HAINTER, Locator
ni.-iir.-iii fiit.
Datod Sopt. 11, 1911.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
COAL NOTICE
; keaoi Und Dutrict -Dutrict of Quoin Charlotte
i ake nuuoa lhal thirty daya from date, t, C. ti,
UainUf ut I'rinco Kuport, ii. C, by occupatioo
i ������[.-!, intend to apply lo tba Chief Cum*
��� ��� ���-' I of Lands tor a licence to proapeel lor
tual and petroloum oo and under b40 acru ol
.���iit on liraham laland deacribed aa foUowa:
i tmiiiu-ncing al a poat planled bve miloa eaal
11 Coai Uaae No. 4474, markod C. E. Uaiuter'a
N. E. corner Coal Laaaa No. 9, Ihenco aoutb 80
cbsins, ibeooa woat 60 cbaina, Utonoe nortb eti
cbaina, thence aaal 60 ehalna lo placo of com-
mri. cement*
Daled Ba* 11,1911.    C. K. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub. bept. 29.
Skeona Land Dtaukt -DUtuct of Queon CharloUe
Take i.i im- thai thirty daya frum data, 1, C. E.
Uainter of l'nnce Rupart, ii. i ., by occupaliut.
bookkoaprr, iniond lo apply lo lho Chief Com-
miaatonar of Landa tor a licence to pruapeel (ot
coal and patrolaum on and under tin acrea ol
Und on Graham laland daacribed aa foUowa:
CoratMQdnt at a poal plantod one mile north
-iiiii. Coal Uaae No, 10, markod C. E. U.
Coal Uaat No. r>. tbonoe north 60 chaina, tbenc*'
wart HO chaina, tnonoo aouth HO chaina, tbencr
~aal mj chaina to place ot commencomenl.
Dated bepL 11,1911. C. K. UAINTEK, Locator
1'ut. Sept. 2J.
Skeena Land Dlatrlcl���DUlrict of Quoen Charlolt
Take notioe thai thirty daya Irum dite, 1, *** **���**
Uainu-r of I'nnoa Rupart, it. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Chief Com*
miauonvr of Unda tor a Uoanco to prospect for
coal and potruloum on and under b4U acroa oi
land on Graham laland doacribod aa fuUowa:
^Conunenonf at a poat planted two miloa north
���1 t . K. U. Coal Leaao No. 10, marked N. B.
Comer C. E. U. Coai Uaao No* 16, thonce aouth
bo cbaina, Ibenco weet bO cbaina, tbence nortb
60 cbaina, thence oaat HO cbaina lu place of coin-
mencemenL
Dated Sept. 11,1911.     C. E. UAINTER, Locatoi
Pub. Sept. tt.
Skeena Land Dialricl���DUtrlct of Queon Charlotte
Taka notice that ihirty da>a from date, 1, C. E
Uainter of l*rtnee Rupart, U. GL by occupation
bookkeeper, inland to apply to tha Chief Com-
miaaionor of Landa lor a licence to proapeel for
eoal and petroleum oo and under 040 acrea ol
land on Graham laland doacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
ot C. E. U. Coal Lenaa No. 14, marked N. ***���
cornor C. E. U. Coal Laaaa No. 17, tbence aouth
80 cliain*. thenca waat HO cbaina, ihence north 60
chaina, tbenea aaat 80 cbaina lo place of common cement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTEK. Locator
fub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Taka notice thai thirty daya trom data, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prlnea Rupart, U. I . by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to tha CbUf Commlaaionar of Unda (or a Lioence to proapect lor
coal and petroleum oo and under 040 una of
Und on Graham laland daacribed aa lullowa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea nortl
of C. ft. U. Coal Uaae No. 12, marked N. W
cornar C. E. U. Coal Uaae No. 18, thence aouth
HO chaina, lhance eaat HO chaina, tbence north **������
chaina, thenoe weat HO chaina to place ot commencement. . .
Daud Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub, Sept. W.
Skeona Und Diatrict���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte
Take nutico lhat thirty dava from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Ruport, U. C, by occupation
bookkoopor, Intond lo apply lo the Chiof Com*
miaaionor of Land for a liconco to prospect (or
coal and potroloum on and under 640 acres of
lund on Graham laland doacribod aa foUowa:
Commonclng at a poat planted two mUea north
ot C. E. U, Coal Uaao No. 7, marked C. E. U.
Coal Uaao No. 12, thence aouth HO chains, thenoe
oaat 80 chains, thenoe north HO chatna, tbence
wost 80 chains to plaoa of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Und DUUict���DUtrict ot Queon Charlotto
Taka m 'icv that thirty dayi from dato, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prinoe Kupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to tha Chlof Cora-
mUsloner of Unds for a licenco to prospect for
roal and (H'troleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island doacribed aa foUuws:
Commencing at a poat planted two milos north
ot C. E. U. Coal Uaae No. 7, markod S. \V. corner
C. E. U. Coal Uaae No. 13, thonco north 80
chains, thonce east 80 chains, thonce aouth 80
chains, thenco wost 80 chains tu placo of com-
monccmenL
Ditod Sept. 11,1911.     C. E. UAINTEK, Ucitor
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ot Quoen Charlutte
Isl andi
Tako notice that Auatin M. Urown of Prince
Kupert, U. C, occupallon aaddlor, intenda to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds and
ViorKS for ��� liconce lo prospect (or coal, oil and
petroleum on and under the following deacribed
lands on the Weat Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a post plsnled threo miloa cut
of tha northoaat corner of C. L. No. 447H thence
80 cbaina aouth, thence 80 chiini oasl, thence 60
chiins north, thenco 80 chiini wost to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN It UKOWN, Locator
Date of Location 31st July, 1911.
I'ul.. Aug. 17.
Skaana Uod DUlrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Taka notice that Austin M. Urown ot Princa
Rupert, occupaUon aaddlor, Intends to apply to
tba t liivl Commiaaioner of Unds and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal and oU and petroleum on and under the following deacribed lands
on tha West Coast of Graham Islind:
Commencing it a post planled three mllua cast
of the aouthweat corner of C. I- No. 4477 ihence
80 chaina east, Ihenco 80 chaina north, thence 60
chaina waat, thanca 80 cbaina south to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Dite of Location, 31it July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
| SPORT!
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Al
Now Y.nk the other nit-'lil
Qoorgo Qouldlng showed, the
it..w.l how in break reoords ul
walking, lie broke three <if Ihem
ul onooi lu u three-mile walk
ho puss.-il llie iiiik- und
mark In 10; 17 u-5, two
bettor than Hi.
Hie two mill
nml throo-!
un.1 lho
80:80 8-6
u  hull'
S.'Cllll.ls
previous   linio;
mark in 13:to, three
fifths seoonds belter,
three   mile   murk   in
nml' uml throe-fifths
s.'fiiinis bolter, !���'. P, Murray
made lhe provious reoords in tlio
early eighties.
Mill r.liiisu hns resigned aa
manager of lhe Now York Amerl-
enn League olub. However, he
will play llrsl bus., nexi season,
roooivlng lho sum.' Balary.
Chase said: "I have found
lhat u slur hull player who uan
go I. a big salary is foolish to tuke
up lh.- responsibilities of leading
a hull olub. I uni not era��y for
the job. All 1 want is for Mr.
Farroll lo pay me what be did lust
year nnd I will Btep out and Ink.'
cure of things ut llrst base."
,0,Tl
The Easiest Way o
to Buy
Christmas Gifts
SkMna Land Dlalrlct���Dlatrlcl ol gu.i-n Charlolt.
laland.
Tak. notlc lh.t Aualin M. Ilrown ol I'rinc.
Itupi-rt. occup.llon uddlor, Inland, lo .pply to
th. ChM i ieinrr.1 .iieein-r nl Land, and Work, for a
li---1 '���>��� lo proatMCl lor coal, oll and pKrolaum on .nd
ut.��� 1. r lh. [ollowinK eli-snilee-el land, on lho Wnt
Coaal ol liraham laland!
1 errriiin-iini-.r* at . pual plantod itirc. mile, oaat
*rl th. aouthts-ut ceerniT o iC. 1.. No. 4472 thenco
nurth hO ch.lna, thenc. Mat HU ch.ina, Ihenc. muiq
80 cti-n... ihenc. WMt 80 chain, to poinl of com-
menevmout
AUSTIN M. UUOWN, Locator
Uctisl Au,tut let, lllll.
I'ub. Aw:. 111.
Skr*n. Und DUtrict���Diatrict ol queen Charlolt.
Tak. notico lhal Ihirty day. Irom data, I, C. bl
lUr *,,[ o{ rni.vi- lluperl, H. C, by occupation
bo-kk.-.'1-vr, inl.-nei to apply to lb. Chiel Com-
minioner ol Landa (or a liconM to proapect lor
ciul and prlrulmm on and under ti to acta* of
land on liraham island doecrited aa lollowa:
Commencing at a poll planud tivo milm aaal
ol Coal Lmw No. 4167, mwkod C. K U. Coal
Uaa. No. I, N. E. corner, Ihenco wmi bO chaina,
iii��� -*.- a*outh &0 i*-(....!,-, ihencv Mat tt) chaina,
Umoob nortb 60 chain, to placu ul commencement.
I'in I s. pi 11, r.-l I C. B. UAINTEK, Locator
I'ub. mn KI.
.-:.�����!.. Land Dialricl���DUuict ol Qumd CbarlotU
Tak. nolle. th.l thirty d.ya from data, I, C. Ii
li..ir.te i ol 1'rinoe Itupvt, ll. C, by occupation
iioukkcvpcr, inund to apply to the Cbiel Com*
mU-lonor of l-tnda lor a licence lo proaped lor
coal and petroleum on and under b40 acr�� ol
Und on Graham I.Unel doacribod ** lollowa:
Commencing at a poat pUnUd Hv�� mile. >_m
ol Cod Leue No. 4467, maik. I C. E. U. N. W.
oortwr No. 2, ilie-nc aou'.li mi chain., thenc cut
80 ehaiu. thenco nortb 80 chaina, Ihvncu wn.l
Con Walsh of Seattle, one of
the besl known athletes in America, is now in Vancouver. He wus
u resident of Woodstock, Uni., for
u couple of years and woat to tho
lust Olympic gumes as a member
of (.uuudu's team. He holds lhe
record for the 50-pound weight
for height over a bur und for distance, and also holds the American clinnipiouship for the hammer throw, having hurled thc
hammer 177 feel 0 1-2 inches at
lhe A. A. U, championships at
Pittsburg lust summer. His record throw for distance with the
56-pound weight is 37 foet 2
Inches for height, 10 feet 6 1-2
inches, and over lhe bar 15 feel
1 1-2 inches.
Itiui'i' Hidpath, the Ottawa
hookey player who wns hurt in
un automobile accident at Toronto recently, is recovering fast.
Ilis healthy life has counted for
him in the days he lay near
death's door, bui be will be a
weak sick man for a long lime
yet.
Slioppinjt hy mall through
Ryrie'i M��il Order Department   it   jU,t    US    S.lllstilr-liiry
������  though   you   visited   our
���lore in person.
With our new cuiulnguc
write for it, ita Ircc    you can
ohoote your gifts in tlie quiet
ol your own home without
any worry or Iroohle.
We prepay oil charge, on
any article purchased Irom
Ul, guarantee its safe arrival,
and relund your money if you
are not aatisficd.
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Caaada'a Largcit Jewelry Houie
da*. Ryrtf, Pr**.
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134-136-138 Yonge St.
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Architect .
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Over Westenhave     Iroa.' Office.
ThiB la a little aection ot the paper, which (rom day to day will be devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies ol Prince Ruport
are invited to contribute to Ita columns, and to take part in its discussions, Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. Tho hope ia expressed that "The
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Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8.30 p.m., after Prince John's arrival, December 21st and 28th, arriving
in Vancouver Saturday morning December 23rd and 30th. Returning
will leave Vancouver 2 a. m., December 26th and January 2nd.
Present schedule will remain in effect
until above dates.
A special cable from Australiu
announoes ihut Jaok Donaldson,
Soulb African sprinter, is now
world's champion in the hundred,
nu.- hundred nnd ten und one
hundred uml thirly yurds ilis-
lancos, following tlio defeat of
Arthur Postle, Australian, and
V. P. Holway, the Massachusetts
athlete.
SO chaina to pl.ee ol commencement
D.tol l-Wpt- tl. 1��H
c""E."iiAlNTEIl, Locator
Skwna
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrlcl o quMn Ch��rlol��
T-k. noU�� th.t thirty d��. -If **, *s ���*���*:
Ulnar ol 1-rinM Kup.rt, 1&. *--hbV**W''". 	
uookkwpcr.  InlMld  to .pply  U> lho Litrlel t om    ��� ��3T__i No,
mlnto-STo! Und. lo. . liconco *J**** '*' \ eorner 0t*lJ***��3*,
rami .nd p*rol��m on .nd und�� 040 Ml ol
lan.l on lirah.m l*d.nd dnerllH-d �� **��*       ���,
Sorn. C. I njU No. ii SMjg
80 cbaiu, lh.nc. M.t SO ch...... Ihence ******
elvxlna, th.nM wMl 80 ch-Un. lo pl���� �� coin
TlTxTs^t 11. I��U.     C. E. BAINTKIl. Uclo,
Pub. S.11U *.:l.
SkMn. Und DUlrict -DUtricl gQ^Hff1
T.k. notlc. lh.t 9**L*V nftjtfJi
ll.li,l.-r ol I'rinw l��"P��,.,U*,i'|h:>,w tom-
bookkMpw, inund to into *** *'"A^ ,0,
mU-onSTot Und. lor V*****, BS3V5
co_ .nd pttrolmm on and W"""
on Graham laland f*S*USff*tm* ***** ��->"h
Commandni at a dmi l*���*"\ 'm���k���i s. W,
ol C. E. II. Coal Ua�� No. >VfHSt nortl,
corner C. E. 11. OtSUgmH*. >*��*��*%�� ������
80 ch.ln., th.n�� ""Llfflltl I'laco ol com*
cbalm,  tbanw M��t  *>*> ****"** " M
BSTSSlLlSH.     CE. UAINTEIL ******
Pub. Sf pl. 23.
, ^Und DUtricl -DUtricl *g��<>|"#_!
���fik. notice th.t thirtyd.v. *{��* '******>&
Ualn.er ol ���^'V^liVoSBroS
S:^:^ U. !���"������    C* * BAINTKIL Locator
Skwia Und DUUlcl-DUUIct ol ******c**"'"*l'
���fS no..�� .ha. feTSp S^lij&S
U.lnler ol Prineo Ilupwt, **��� *-^*!. "y,.^;, V,,.,.
orth
. E.
SS^Sftni'MB to pim oi ****
BSSISt 13.10M-    a a BAINTER. *****
SkMna Und fggte&ftg S^SfffiafW
Tak. nol le. that ["''J' VPg* by    occup.l Ion
n.lnler ol f**J***SUS ***** Chiol Com*
corner 0. E. II. <-o��l *f*** *hi      then��� north
g ctt a��sSVMB to Plac Si com-
C. E. BAINTEH, l/Kator
Pub. Sepi. U.
Skmna Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of quean Charloti.
Tako imticve lhat thirty da.*a (rom data, 1, C. tt*.
Ilainler ol PrinM Huport, U. C-. by occupation
liieiilii\i.'|M*r, intend to .pply to lha Chief Com-
mU.ion.--r of Und. for . licnc. to prMpcct (or
coal and petroleum oo and uneler 640 acre* ol
land on liraham 1-d.nd   i.-.e.-i:-. I aa loUowa:
Commencing al a puat planted live imli-s eaal
ol Coal Uaae No. IM m.rked C. E. II. S. W.
corner ol Co*l I ��� -.--��� No. 1, thcnM cut 60 chain.,
lie.n.s* north mi chain., thenco wnt SO chain.,
thenco -Kiulh sei ch.in. lo placo of comm.nccment.
I -1.1.-1 Sept. II. lllll. 0. E. UAINTEH, Ucitor
Pub. .**��� i-- 31.
Skren. Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlott.
T.k. notico ih.l thirty day. from dato, I, C. E.
Ualnlor ol I'rinM Hupert, ll. C, by occupation
I bookkn-p-r, Inland lo apply to tho Chlet Com-
mU.wii.er ut Und. (or a licenco to proapect tor
*' eoal and i-olroleum on and under 640 acrM ol
land on liraham Wand -l.-rscnln l m lullowsi
Commencln, at a post planted liva null- rut
ol Coal I'.- No. 4476, marked C. E. 1). S. E
corner Coal 1 > ..-��� No. 4, thenco weat Ml cbaina,
il-.-;..- north Ml chain., thcnM ewl 60 cliams,
thrnce aoulh <*W chain, lo pl.c ol commencement.
Dated ��� |.l. II, llll. C. E. BAINTEH. Loral..
Pub. J. l-l- 23
ceal and Mtmleum on .nu untler nm mmm
ol.nd nu t,ralit.in lalaml dmcrlbe.1 u lollow.:
, Commencln, .1 a poat planted two tnili-s n
ol C. E. B. Coal Uam No.  16, m.rkwl N
mencement
Datod Sei
Tub. Sap'
imi-diicpL 12.1911-
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrlcl ol queen Charlolt
Take notico lhat thirty day. Irom data, I, A. T.
I lr. --l.-ri.-k ol PrinM Huport, II. C, by occupation
hank mana-rpr, inland to .pply lo lh. Chiel Com-
mlniohor rrl Und. lor . VconM lo pmpocl for
co.1 and petroleum on and under 640 acm of
land on Craham laland doacrlbt-d us lollowa:
Commencing al a dmI planted two unites north
Ol   C.    E.    I'     <  rrsl    l^M.   NO.   21,    IllHrkl'll    S.    E
corner ol A. T. II. iiml Ijesm No. 27, thenM
wmi SO chaina, thenco norlh HO chaina, IhenM
Mat SO chain., thenM aouth Ml chaina lo plaM
ol neiiiiiii'tineini-nt.
A. T. l.ili.Iililil.-K, Ucaior
Dale.1 SepL 12, 1011. C. E. Uaintor, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol 1'n.-n Charlott
notice that thirty dava from date, I, C. E
Bainter ol I'rlnce Hupart, ll. C, hy occup.llon
bookkeeper. Inland to apply to tho Chiol Com.
minioner of Und. (or . licence to proapect lor
eoal and petroleum on anil under 610 acrM of
ip,"*a ...mi iiisiin..���......... _.   ,
T.ke nolice that thirty dav. from date, I, C. E
.inter ol I'rlnce Hupart, ll. C, by occup.llon
uookkeeper. Inland lo .pply to lha Chiol Com-
minioner of Unda for a licence to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on ami under 610 acrM of
land on Graham laland daacribed <u follow.:
monclng at a port planted at the aouthwnt
ol fii��l Leue No. 411.11 m.rkod C. E. II.
 .-,- an .Wlna. thonM
Commenr
rorner ol Cou lcbn ..��. .... . . _.
Co.l Umo No. .'t., thenM north 80 chain., tbane.
west BO rliains, tbenc Muth SO ch.ina, Ihence
Mat 80 chaina lo point ol commencement covering
.11 loreahore Tlahn Point.
Dated Sept. 12, Wll. C.  E.   BAINTER
Pub. Oct 1.
Skwna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol QuMn Charlotta
Take nolice that thirty daya from date, 1, A. T
llroderick ol I'rinco Rupert. B. C, by occupation
bank tnenteot, iniend to apply to tha Chiel Cora-
-   I'���-.  In   lerrrrriiri-t   lor
Und. lor .
Km to'"pro>pect for
,1 under 610 ���<"* ol
minioner n, ._������   ,v. _ 	
eo.1 and petroleum on and under
land on Graham laland deacrllHid aa lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planted two mile, north
       - 'u.   17   marked S. W.
ol C. E. B. f.ml Lmm No. 17, 	
corner A. T. B. Co.l Lmm No. 26, thenn north
80 chaina, thenM eut 80 chaina, IhenM -wuth 80
chaina, IhenM WMt 80 ehalna to plaM ol commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12,1911. C. E. Uainter, Agent
Pub. Sapt. 23.
SkMn. Und DUtricl���DUtrlct ol qumn Charlotte
Taka noUM that thirty daya Irom date, I, A. T.
Hroderick ol PrinM Huport, B. C, by occupation
bank manager. Intend lo apply lo the Chief Com-
mlnlnn-sr of Unda for a lin-nm to proapeel for
eoal and petroleum on and undor 640 cam ol
land on Graham laland dMcribod u lollowa:
Commencing at a PMt plnaled two milM north
ol C. E. II. Coal Uue No. 20, marked S. E.
corner A. T. H. Coal l.eue No. 26, thenM north
80 chains, thenM WMt 80 chaina, thenM aouth
80 chaina, IhenM eaat 80 chaina to pl.M of com-
menMment.
A. T. BRODERICK, Ucator
D.led Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Ualnlar, Agont
. Pub. Sapt. 28.
Cosmopolitan and Dictions
GHARLK8B DICKENS is still a
"besl seller." Publishers don't
argue pro and con over his books
���they just order a new carload
of paper, oil lhc presses, and let
lb.'in speed on. And il lias been
0VOT forty years since, ono morn-
ing when the yard was filled with
scarlet geraniums and the breath
of syringu was heavy in tho air,
Ihe grout author followed litllo
Nell. Now that thc centenary of
bis birth (February 7th), 1812),
approaches and everybody is
thinking of Dickt-ns. We have
secured several articles which
will tell many things aboul him
Ihut huve hitherto been unknown.
In the Junuury Cosmopolitan his
son, Alfred Tennyson Dickns, will
lell you some of his own personal
recollections of the great novelist. Later, probably in February
Mury Angela Dickens, hisgrund-
daugbler, will give an intimate
view of Dickens as she remembers him. In fact, in these und
..llicr urlicls on Dickens which
will follow���fully illustrated, of
been publishd of thee liiimaii���
coursi���we shall aim to give you
n in..re vivid picture than lias yet
lhe home���side of tho great muster, written by those who knew
him besl. Head the articles���
Ihey will surely arouse a new interest in the "best beloved" author in your library. Subscriptions lo Cosmopolitan will be accepted until Dec. 10th, at the special low rate'to Canndu of $1.50.
Cosmopolitan Agency, Box 851,
Winnipeg.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christmaa viait Eaat travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENOER AGENT
START THE DAY WELL
The Early Morning Note of Cheerfulness Brightens the Day.
Du slarl your working day
right,   Thero is nn bettor nics-
BOge lo (five In Ihose you meet
than a cheerful "good morning."
ll is only selfishness ihat makes
uny nue surly ami ill tempered ul
the very beginning of the clay.
There was a girl who had a
very bn.l liubil of complaining
every morning nbout having to
get up so curly, line morning
while she wns complaining as
usual lhc thought suddenly came
in ber Ibat some lime there would
come a morning when she would
noi awaken, when the world
would be going on us nlwuys,
only she would mil be there to
lake tier pari iu it all. Sho bopped
out of bed on the Instant, and In
this day she has never complained ol having tn waken curly,
she is glad each morning just, to
be living, and she starts lho day
wiili a snug.
Won't you?
COOKING SWEET POTATOES
There Are a Number of Ways of
Treating the Tasty Tuber.
The recipes for cooking sweet
p..Iuli.es which appeared in The
News a few days ago proved sn
Interesting thai we ure offering
sonic more of the approved ways
of clinking ihis delectable tuber.
sweet Potato Croquettes���Hoil
four sized sweet poiatoes until
thorn uglily .lone, then mash; ntld
pepper, suit, butter and u half
pint of peanuts, shelled. Chill
nml mnke inio molds. Dip in nn
egg beaten wiih two lablespoons-
ful of wuter nnd then in bread
crumbs.    Cook in very hot  fat
II. Gordon Munro W. Ntcholeoc Luiley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
uiii ii bread crumbs are brown.
Servo wiih broaded pork chops.
BwooI Potato and Turkey Croquettes Mix Ihoroughl) two
cup., of niiisiieii sweet potatoes
with iwo tablespoons ..f mollod
I.niter ami n little cream nr white
sauce, one-half teaspoon oi suit
nml u little oayenne. A.I.l th.��
beaten yolks nf one or two eggs
nn.l stir over lhe lire until the
mixture leaves the side of the
sauoopan, then sel it aside to
cool, Chop llnely one cup nf tlie
.lurk m.-ul of cnlil turkey, mix
with it   tt I it I lt> nf the brown gravy
ami form Into small bulls. Cover
wiih   the   sweet   potato   mixture,
milking larger hulls of n uniform
site,   dip   in   eggs   nn.l   bread
Crumbs ami fry iu deep fat.
Sweet l'titato Hulls ��� Mush
thoroughly four gno.l slsed sweet
potatoes, season with suit, pepper nnd butler,   if neoessarj add
hot sweet milk until Hi.' mixture
is lhe right consistency to mold.
Make int" small balls. Flour
lightly ami smite in butler. Serve,
placing alternately on dish wltb
meal bulls or ment oroquelles.
STUART & STEWART
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i-ereivcd at Wullaco's. d8
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Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p.;o. BOX 2��
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TEACHER OF SINGING
11 in. or wu. roxoN, esq., ..��...-... ion., cno*
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COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
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PRINCE RUPERT
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HARNESS A  SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 166 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English snd American Billiard!
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prircess
Line
Princess   May
Saturday, December 9th, at 9 a.m.
For Viotoria. Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
CHRISTMAS
Novelties
8ILK KIM0NA8
fresh from Japsn
DRAPERIE8
for that  new piano
CENTRE PIECE8
that will grace a table
8ILK SHAWLS
specially adapted for evening wear
LINEN
of the finest texture
JABOUR BROS.
825 Tbird A��ess.        THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" IW 243 BUck
THESE TWO GIRLS ARE EXPERT MECHANICS
RY   THE   "NEWS"    WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
TO LET
Flat In Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.       - .-���
Two cottager coit.i-r Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lots In nil parts ol the city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. DJRAND
Second Ave.
Phono 112
Prince Rupert Lodge, L0.0.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
        EBY   C&   Co.3=i
I.K.A1.   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSl'MKAl.1 M . B. C
Swttaai tai Ftntct Qeukf
Prepare for winter by getting your furnaces and fines put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PikI.iI Cma-n S.te, A-Uieu   (mi ittei, et
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CIIAHGK.S RF.ASONABLG
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  3M.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK, Sec.
FRED. STORK I
_r..na*al   H��rJ%��.re��� ___i
-General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware-
I SECOND - AVENUE
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KING GEORGE  HOTEL |
I    urOTLEWt.-V   CLEAN   ROOMS    > T
Rcopeat. UmW  Niw  ttsnxttm*! *
Rita 35c per Nifbl   l��l   llpwir-l. f
m   MRS. C. McKNIGHT     -       Proprietor   ���
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Savoy Hotel
Cor. Kr.aer and 6th.        Choice Wine, and Cigar.
RUPIRT'S   PALACE    OF    COMFORT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS am. KMiiAI.Mi:itx
Funeral   lllreelstr.
trd Are. n.-.r >lh St. I'hone No. W
r.i.in> XII r.o. loi XKH
PONY EXPRESS
sr-fTRMATic m. a* ii.vie.   ir, 11., hi aaavtcs
For
Il-uripi... Hto-m*. ami Forwarding Affenta.
Riga or Motor Car da. or nifhl
Screnth Are. and Fulton
Phone Wl
Misses Susie an.l Kniniii Minder nl work in fiilher's ninrliin.' shop.
TWO WOMEN MECHANICS
They Oan Bore a Casting Jusi aa
Oood or Better Than Any Man.
flus    Cily,   Kas.,    Doc.   7.���In
Frederick Minder'* msohlne simp
uml foundry two girls swing 18-
pi.un.l sli-iigex with il.'xl.'i'ily nn.l
ense uii.'xpecle.l from llu-lr sex. \\,\
Kiiiinii nml Susie Minder nre llioso
"buss workmen" of Ihe Minder
foundry, Susie is 21, l-'.miiin Is
two vein's her junior; buth go lo
work in lh.' morning with Iheir
diiiin'ipiiils     slung     over     their
nrms,  bale,  hearty, well  built,
German girls.
At lhc foundry uf the mnchine
simp the girls (hm lealhor nprons,
roll up their sleeves and gnll In.
Inlii lhe .'veiling Whittle bli.ws
tbey limy be found aiming the
Inl lies, m..Ids nnd forget, at lhe
rough WOrfe usually done by men.
"Do we like il ?" Ihey qucs-
li.ui.'.l in t'tlortis.
"Uf oourtt we .i.i, or we would
mil be working here."
"We inn .It. llu- work su mu.'li
heller tliini any im.-ii fattier eotiltl
sni.i I'.nuiia, "Hint father
..Grand Hotel.
WorklMjirun's Home
Free Labor Barna ia Collection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprl��<ar
would ba willing to pay us more
wnges I linn men nsk."
There wns .jus) one Utile loii.-h
of femininity that ercpl into the
Interview, however.    It was when
ih<< photographer wsnted to tska
their ploturet, Th" girls insisted
on making Ihe photographer wait
until Hum had brushed up their
hair a bit and had removed their
l.'iilher aprons.
little's NEWS Agency
Hagaxines II Periodicals :: Newspapers
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The Daily News
^f^mifa THE DAILY NEWS
GONE ON LONG
HOLIDAY TRIP
Mr. G. O. Monroe, of The News
Staff, Will Have Winter Holiday
In Weat Indies.
WILL HAVE NOT TIME
By lh.' ttoamer Prince llupoi-i
there loft thia morning Mr..G. 0.
Monroe of tho offloe statt of The
Duily News, who is going on u
long vaoation trip to his home
iu   Huston,  and   from   there  will
Join a holiday party to spend tho
wmi.'i' iii Jamaioa,
Mr. Monroe has boon in Prinoe
Rupert since the early iluys, and
has well earned the vacation holiday  that   b.'  now  goes   to  enjoy.
After vaoation be will either enter
into buaineat in the east wiih a
former partner or, us is more
likely, return to Rupert for keeps.
Shrubsall's Popular Market.
Leads   always   iu   ull    fruits,
vegetables,    poultry,    game   and
tish. Their stock for Saturday
consists of must every variety in
.season. The special will be
Japanese oranges at 75c per box,
which Insures u rapid sale of this
luscious fruil. Vancouver locul
chickens, 300 per pound. Cionuino
Seidell kippered herrings. Shrub-
sail, the sumo old man in th
same old place. It
INQUEST OPENED
Coroner McMullin and Jury View
Remains of Dead  Hunter.
An Inquest was opened at 2
o'clock this afternoon concerning
the tlealh hy gunshot wound of
IfUSlke Ituljouvich, who was
brought I., the general hospital
by train in a dying condition
yesterday afternoon. Proceedings
were opened iu tho police court
room before the Supreme Court
sal, lhe Coroner, Mr. McMullin.
and jury adjourning immediately
to Fisher's funeral chapel to view
the remalna.
SPEOIAL.
We have Just received an overdue shipment of fine turkeys.
27'jo to 35c per pound.. Oentral
Market, Third avenue. 2t
Admiral Schleys Own Story
A man died the other dav, and with
his death passed America's most popular naval hero���popular because championed by the people, though officially
dented th. full fruits of hii long and
brilliant service. Thia man wai Admiral Schley, hero of Santiago, one of
the great sea-lighters of history.
Shortly before hii death Admiral
Schley completed for Cosmopolitan
series of articles giving his personal
recollections of his forty-five years in
in the navy. He was not anxious to do
this for there was at least one old
sore that an autobiography must reopen. But we urged upon him the
fact that nearly four million readers
would see each instalment of his story,
and most nf these readers believed,
with Admiral Dewey, that the men who
atood on tho deck of the Brooklyn that
July Sunday in '98 waa entitled to the
glory of that grcat victory. So fie
consented. Not in the cut and dried
way, but unlocking his secret soul as
he had never done before. The first
installment of thc autobiography, the
life story of a man worth while in the
nation's history, appears in the Christmas number. Subscription to Cosmopolitan will be accepted until December
10th at the special low rate to Canada
of $1.50. Cosmopolitan Agency, Box
851 Winnipeg.
Meeting of Conservative Olub Is
Scheduled for Tonight.
The    Conservative    Olub    is
s.'lieiliileil Iii hold n meeting tonight, ami a warm time is expected. Some of the insurgents
iu the parly are up in arms about
the distribution of the local patronage.
Mr. J. F. McDonald, who is In
town, will probably address the
me.'ling.
UNIQUE RETAINING WALL
Nothing Like It In Heavena Above
or Earth Beneath.
"Did you ever build a retaining wall of this kind?" asked
Cily Bolioltor Peters iu cross-examination of Mr. Pillsbury yesterday.
--.No, nml l don't think anybody
else did. either," replied the engineer. (Laughter) promptly suppressed.)
"I tin not say Ihis to east any
discredit on the Cily Kngineer,"
ailile.I Mr. Pillsbury, "bui rather
thai I think lhe cily did llic best
possible with the funds al iis disposal."
..-..-_..._.*
HOWARD
WATCHES
The finest Xmas Box and the
finest Railroad Watch in the
world. We have them ranging in price from $117.50 to
$170 each. We also carry a
large stock of ladies' and gen-
tlemen's watches in W'althum,
Elgin, Hamilton and Illinois
movements- all grades. New-
Solid Gold J.wellry, Sterling
Silverware, Cut Glass, Etc.,
arriving daily.   :    :    :    :    :
Wark's
.THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS...
i nmc k ve cartage and
LlNUoAl 0   STORAGE
C T. P. Tr.n.l.r Ag.nt.
Orsl.r. promutlr AIM.   |-rt~- nauonabte.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochnur. Cenlr. St.    Phon. Sh
1836 1911
The Bank o!
British North America
Tt Year, la l.ilnrti.
Capital aad  Rum. Over $7-300,000
Business Men's Banking
Money advanced to finance your
business.
Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
Letters of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfers issued,
payable iu all the leading Cities
of the world.
Prince Ruperl Branch
P. a. LONG, Manager.
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KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
We  refunil  your  money   If  we tlo  not
teach you to tlnnce for the  tiriee
of one   ticket.
Wednesdays   and   Saturdays
In Son. of England Hall: at 8 p.m
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
2 LoU, block 29, section 1, price $5,000
1-4 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 months
at 7 per cent.
3 LoU, block 7, section 1. price $2500
each, 1-4 cash, balance 1, 2, and 3
years ut 7 per cent.
1 Lot, block 28, aection 5,  price $525,
$225 cash, bat.  $50 every 3 months
at 7 per cent.
1 Lot. block 22, section 7,  price $600,
1-2 cash, balance easy.
Lot 9, block 2, aection 7 With 4-room
house, $1837.   $600 cash, balance $30
l��*r month.
Double Corner,   block   4,   section  8,
Price $800,   1-1  cash,   balance 6, 12
and 18. months at 7 per cent.
LoU in block 11, section  8, price $300,
$26 caah, balance $10 month.
LoU in block 10, section 8,  price $276
each, $26 cash, balance $25 month.
LEASES
99 year lease corner Second Ave. and
Sixth Street
99 year lease corner Third Avenue and
Fulton Street. 8 per cent, on valuation.
FOR   RENT
Cabin near Government  Dock $6 and
ground rent to G. T. P. Stores on
ccond Ave.
For Rent
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For Rent���Nice cloan, warm comfortable room..
Kate. 360 and up.   Kins Genre Hotel.        tf
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, clo��> to Mcllride,
freehly papered and clean, only $10 per month.
11 F. McRae _ Co. t-f
( Insurance j
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juat
settlement.. We write every known cla.s of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Oo.
t\i nr n . ii a... ^n a ii ._. **.������ *. " a i. *. "���. " *' *
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Wanted to r*nt or leate by Ant of January, 5 or
6 room modern house, close tn. State terms to
Box 89.
Maternity nurse open for eninurement. Apply
Box 2169 News. tf
Wanted. ��� Dressmaking, cleaning and pressing, repairing for men and women Mrs Charles
Ptrcher. 820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red.     tf
3 WE BUY EVERYTHING
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Lost and Found
1
POUND-2 Small Keys.   Inquire at News Offlce.
LOST���On Sth, Ave., near schoolhouse, a Gold
Ring with the word "Mi/pah" in raited letters.
Valued as a keepaake. Finder please return to
Empress Cafe and receive reward.
Real Estate
_i
Lot for Sale In Section 5, Block 22. Lot III, 7th
Ave.   Apply Mike Ruiich. Box 6S2 City.      tf
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Stenographer
fusion
Honest Oysters For Our Customers
We Pay Highest Pricea
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Casli Store
735 THIRD AVE.
NOTICE
TO : RESIDENTS
IN SECTIONS S. 6. 7, AND 8
Eastern stenographer of wide experience wants
position. Address "Stenographer." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver, B.C. t-f
Fine View Corner
-IN SECTION   TWO-
$2,250
SNAP   -   $525 Each
LoU 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 5
���a.     Wc adver*
tise in many papers and in many ways
We invite your listingi
Ise in many papers and
-we have offices  in  other  cities���our
equipment should interest you.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.
Limited.
Priac* Rupert, B.C.
Water Notice
I. Alfred Chrl.tl.n Garde-. Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give notice that on the
2Mhd��y of Deeemlier, 1911,-1 intend to apply to
the Water Commissioner at his ofllce In Prince
Rupert for a license to take and uae two cubic
feet of water per second from an unnamed stream
In the District of Cout Range 5, Skeena Division,
1-4 mile eait of th. Tyee Station, G.T.P. Ry.
The water 1. to be Uken from tha stream about
one half mile above its outlet, and is to be used
for developing power for a query situated at the
outlet of aaiil creek, along the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 2Sth. 1911. .1-27
H.I.O
M EMORAM DUM
UNTIL  3   O'CLOCK
We    Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
RF.COND AVKN.lg
PIUNCX RUf-CRT
Tenders Wanted
Sealed tenders will be received by the under*
signed up till 6 p.m., December Hth, 1911, for the
excavation for water pipe as shown on plan and
profile which together with full Information and
form of tender can be obtained from the dry engineer. The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
W. M. DAVIS, E. A. WOODS.
2t City Engineer City Clerk
Let us loan you the monzy to buy or jjbuild a house or pay off a mortgage.
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will  be  received by the un
dcrsigned up to Dec. 15,  1911,   for 60
tons of coal (mine run).   Delivered in
6 ton lots as required.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
6t P. R. GEN. Hospital Assoc.
������-
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Dally News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own. * Apply at
the    news    OFFICII
A public meeting will be held
on FRIDAY, the 8th inst.,
in the Presbyterian Church
Hall, on Fourth Avenue, at
8 p.m.
Mayor Manson and Col. Davis will address the meeting
on the plans for new sewer
for Hay's Creek, the establishment of a fund to provide
for the building of plank
roads in the outlying sections;
as to th'e purity ot Morse
Creek water for household
use.
LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED.
Prince Ruperl Properly Owners Assoc'n.
E. Flexman, Secretary
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
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