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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
J-fov. 25
MAX. TEMP.    MIN.TUMP.    BAR.       IN. RAIN
46.0 34.0     29.177     .00
The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist ^^ ^
NEXT MAILS
For south
Cnmosun Sunday, 9 p.m.
Princess May Saturday a. m.
VOL. II,  NO. 270
Prince Rupekt, B.C.. Saturday, November 25. 19H.
Price Five Cents
TWO ALDERMEN FIGURED IN
AN ARITHMETIC CONTEST
Two and two make four
to the average man, but Alderman Hilditch can do bettor than that. His two and
two may come out twenty-
four any old day in the
week.
"A drop of two feet per
hundred to Hays Creek,gives
in a distance of sixteen hundred feet a fall of one hundred and twelve feet. Figures don't lie!" he told the
Section Six ratepayers last
night.
The audience seemed scep
tical, and remonstrated.
"Thirty-two feet" corrected someone.
"Oh, of course," said Aid.
Hilditch hurriedly, "Thirty
two feet, I meant. Yes, its
thirty-two feet."
"You were a hundred and
six feet out," remarked Ald-
ermanClayton with patronizing assurance, "Figures
don't lie you see."
Aid. Clayton seemed puzzled at the shout of laughter
that followed.
LOTS OF CARGO
BY CURAC0A
A heavy cargo of general goods
for Prince Rupert, and two hundred tons of asphaltum for the
Cold Storage plant will arrive by
the 8.s. Curacoa tonight. Seventeen miles of piping remain at
Seattle waiting shipment for the
Cold Storage Plant.
High boots for boys in leather
and rubber at Scott, Froud & Co.
AT LAST, AT LAST, AT LAST,
MORSE CREEK PUMP ARRIVES
By the C. P. R. s.s. Princess
Ena yesterday there arrived the
Underwriters' Pump for the
Morse Creek Supplementary Water Supply. In a few weeks more
Uie pump should be in running
'order, and the danger of water
famine in Prince Rupert considerably lessened.
It seems a considerable time
since the sweltering hot afternoon on which the Mayor, Aid.
| Kerr, Aid. Douglas, the City Engineer and the same two Scribes
who visited section two in Thursday's rainstorm, toiled around
the watershed, but the water
will be pumped in time to prevent a frost shortage in the hard
months.
Sound* Rather Wild
(Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Ottawa, Nov. 25���In his maiden speech in the Commons, H.H.
Stevens of Vancouver, referring
to the Japanese fishermen and
the immigration policy of the
late Government, said it was a
racial problem worse than the
negro question in the States.
BRINGS SOME
VERY RICH ORE
Mr. J. D. Wells of Kitselas,
mining engineer, is in town with
a quantity of very rich bornite
and chaleopyrite copper ores from
the Continental group on Bornite
Mountain. The ore also contains
some free gold. Mr. Wells is enthusiastic about the future of
the property, which is the nearest to Prince Rupert. He is calculating on developing the property in spring and shipping the
ore by pack train while development is going on.
A big shipment of velvet, satin, suede and patent American
slippers just arrived at Scott,
Froud & Co.
Mailing present! home? Many thing*,
in our stock; we pack them so they go
safely.    Wallace's
WANTS SPECIAL
FISHERY DEPT.
(Canadian  I'ress Ui-spatrli.)
Halifax, Nov. 25-The Board
of Trade here wants the Dominion Government to establish a
separate branch of the Marine
and Fisheries Department devoted exclusive to the Fisheries in
charge of a Deputy Minister.
Don't Miss Opening Night
On Monday night Nov. 27th,
the. first of a series of semi-weekly dances will be held in the S.
O.E.B.S. Hall, on Second Ave.,
under the auspices of the Sons
of England. Special music by
Gray's full orchestra assures a
good time for everybody. Dancing commences at 9 p.m. Tickets $1.00; ladies free.
ARE RISKING THEIR LIVES
IN PURSUIT OF THE GOLD
-r
Tom antl Jerry at the Savoy.
Xmas presents-time to send them to
the old country-lots of them easily
mailed.   Wallace's.
I.W.W. MEMBERS START STREET RIOT
IN TOWN OF ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON
Five Hundred Citizens Turn Out to Keep Order   I. W. W. are Rushing in  Reinforcements and Both Sides Prepare for Trouble.
(Canadian Pre** Despatch.)
Toronto, Nov. 24���A party
of eight men have left Cobalt for
Ungava and Baftins Island in
search for gold reported to be
plentiful there. They will traverse two thousand miles of
country with practically no trails.
Their forty dogs will only haul
two tons of provisions. The
opinion is that the party may
reach their desired goal, but they
will never get out. The country
is wild and uninhabited save by
a few scattered tribes of Eskimo
who have always given the white
man a wide berth. The party
does not realize their stupendous
undertaking.
A New Synagogue
Vancouver, Nov. 24���The
Hebrews of this city have
just opened a new synagogue
at the corner of Heatley Ave.
and Pender St. It is called
the Synagogue of the Congregation of the Sons of
Israel.
Don't Buy Coal
Wait! The first week in December the Westholme Lumber
Company, Limited, will begin
selling Ladysmith Coal for $8.50
per ton, delivered.
THE NEW THEATRE WILL BE
READY BY THE NEW YEAR
G. T. P. WILL SELL HAZELTON LOTS
BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT VANCOUVER
An important announcement
in regard to the sale of the Grand
Trunk Pacific official townsite at
Hazelton has been made by Mr.
(!. U. Ryley, land commissioner
for the G.T.P. The property
which is registered as South
Hazelton, is to be put on sale by
public auction at Vancouver
shortly, instead of being sold
through agents.
The Natural Resources Company will arrange the sale which
will be conducted by Mr. W. J.
Sanders of Leigh Spencer Building, Vancouver, representing the
Grand Trunk Pacific, from whom
complete plans of the townsite
and full information can be obtained.
The date of the sale will be announced later.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Aberdeen, Wash., Nov.
25���Following the riot, consequent on the arrest of several members of the I. W. W.,
500 of the prominent citizens
of Washington have been
sworn in as special constables to enforce the city ordin
ance that prohibits street! Vancouver, Nov. 25-Heed-
speaking in certain limits. , ing the call to come to their
The streets are under pat- support, 368 members of the
roi, the saloons are closed, j Industrial workers of world
and all persons under 18; left Vancouver last night for
have been warned to keep Aberdeen,
off the streets. Reinforce-:
ments of I.W.W. members I
Steady progress is being made
with the new theatre under con-
strut-don by the Westholme
Lumber Company" o'ri Second-j
Avenue and Sixth Street corner. |
The front is assuming a handsome enriched appearance, and
when illuminated signs are displayed will have a metropolitan
style about it that will do credit
to the fine site occupied by the
building.
are being rushed in, and the
outlooks like trouble.
See Howe & McNulty for the
famous Kootenay Ranges.
Within, the balcony, stage and
pit are taking on the finished
look that already seems to promise good shows round about
Christmas an.l New Years season
whene the Theatre is likely to be
opened. Exits are well designed
with a view to the safety of the
audience in the event of emergency. When decorated the
building will be one of the best
entertainment centres in Rupert.
ARE ARRANGING TO MAKE THE 30th
WORTHY OFCT. ANDREW'S MEMORY
SIR WILFRID'S
70th BIRTHDAY
I Canadian I'resg DcRpalch.)
Ottawa, Nov: 24.-Sir Wilfrid Laurier was last night
tendered a banquet in honor
of his seventieth birthday
which took place on Monday.
Sir Wilfrid was born at St.
Linn on November 20, 1841.
When he entered the House
yesterday he was given an
ovation by his supporters.
Sir Wilfrid feels in better
health than he did ten years
ago and his friends believe
he is still fit for many years
of public service.
MORE DEATHS
THAN BIRTHS
VOTING TODAY
ON THE BY-LAW
There was no great rush
this morning to vote for the
Hay's Creek Sewer By-law.
The polling place was the
police court room, and Mr.
Peter McLachlan acted as
returning officer. Very few
property holders recorded
their votes in the morning
hours, only about 80 having
voted up to noon. I'<>--s
close at 7 p.m.
Working boots in all lengths,
sewn or pegged, the best that
are made, at Scott, Froud & Co.
(Canadian Pre** Dupatob.)
Paris, Nov. 24.���The serious attention of the public
has again been .called to the
depopulation of France. Official statistics covering the
first six months of 1^11,
show an excess of deaths over births of 18,279.
WANTSTSIX~
POUND LOAF
(Canadian Pre** Despatch.)
Ottawa, Nov. 25.���Senator
Casgrain will introduce in
Senate a bill providing for a
standard loaf oi broad of six
pounds weight.
"M. M." HAS
ROOM m ALL
That fine new building of M.
M. Stephens' is already occupied
by the Dominion Telegraph Office, as well as by Mr. Stephens
offices, and there is a healthy
rumor gointf round town that the
enterprising M, M. is desirous of
having the Post Office located in
his fine building too, and perhaps
later on the Customs Offices.
Best room in town at the Savoy.
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Our Troubles Are Over
FOR several days past our readers have
been entertained with a newspaper hand
set by the method of Father Caxton.
TODAY a force of mechanics completed
the erection of our new machinery.
MONDAY, the News expects to set
its type on the new machinery.
A committee was appointed
last night to ***e that the St.
Andrews Night's Dance in the
Mclntyre Hall is made the very
brightest event of the season.
On the Committee are Messrs.
M. J. McNeil, D. C. Stuart, T.
McMeekin, W. J. Dennis and S.
D. Macdonald. Decorations,
music, refreshments, everything
that goes to make St.   Andrews
night a night to be remembered
the year round are being arranged for in true Scottish Highland
style.     Short   of   having   the
heather itself around on ben and
in glen, the dance will be the real
thing, with all the fire and  tlash
makes Scotland famous around
the world.    Be there.    There's a
Highland welcome for all, Saxon
Canadian or Celt.
THE RATEPAYERS OF SECTION SIX ARE
ENTERTAINED BY ALDERMANIC ORATORS
A BIG SEIZURE        'CANADA LLOYD'S
OF BAD HALIBUT     MAY BE FORMED
'.���.,.,.-i,ii.iii I're-s* Ue'ipatcb.) (Canadian Pita* Despatch.)
Seattle, Nov. 25.���Three! London, Nov. 24.-Inview
hundred and fifty thousand of the disinclination of mar-
pounds of frozen halibut are, ine underwriters at Lloyds
held here in a cold storage to reduce insurance rates on
storage warehouse seized as vessels engaged in the St.
unfit for human   consump- Lawrence trade, the Finan-
 cial News says the formation
IS NOT MAKING ot*a Canadian organization
TAI 1 PRY PF AY "n tne ,ines ��*"tnat renown-
U/MJMin I rL/ii e), institution is now advoc-
"I am not making gallery ale(i ami the proposal is replay over this," said Alder- ceiving a good deal of in-
man Morrissey at last night's | Huontial support.
Sewer Bylaw meeting, "I'
would not take another municipal appointment, not the
best that could be offered
me.
"As for Aldermen Hilditch
and Clayton, Dr. Reddie ani
WILL DEVELOP
B.C. RESOURCES
(Canadian Pre-o. iii-Kpati'ii.)
Vancouver, Nov. 25���At a
banquet last night of Provin-
.i  ��i_b__j e     .i  ticlal   Conservatives Premier
the City Engineer for that I., n .,    , ,   , .,   . .    ,.
_T    i i I McBride stated the intention
matter, I am ready to gam- ���
"What about Manhole 28?"
was the slogan at a most sprightly meeting held last night in the
Presbyterian Hall. Announced
as a meeting of ratepayers interested interested in the sec-
tions affected by the Hays Creek
Sewer, the meeting became really
an Aldermanic Side Show in
which the council strong men,
Aldermen Newton and  Hilditch
did weight-lifting stunt*, the
countil "white hope," Alderman
Clayton, displayed his chest development, Aid. Morrissey gave
some really pointed speaking
while Aid. I)..uglns took up a collection to defray expenses.
A. W. Edgl presided over the
meeting, the result of which was
briefly, that the citizens of the
lecdotll concerned around  Mays
Creek nre inclined to organize to
look after their own interests,
antl that the majority of those
present last night will vote
against the Trunk Sewer By-law.
The ninin opinion very evidontly
was that they wished the sewer
scheme delayed until it was certain that the business end at
least, of the sewer, could be cor*-,
structed to tide water.
blc that those men are honest enough in their ideas,hut
they simply don't know any
better than to approve aj
sewer without an outlet to
the sea.
"They want you to spend
$75000 on that sewer scheme.
You shall never do it with
my consent."
_
of his Government next session to outline a policy of
aggressive railway building
throughout the province to
develop the natural resources in preparation for the
opening of the Panama canal.
Presents  for  al.rna.1     many  thing*
i nailv Ki'tit l.y mail.   Wallace'*.
Now is the time to get Xmas
cards for friends oversea. Your
every wish can be supplied at
Mcltae Bros.
I'at.toriuni Pioneer CltanOTI, Phone 4. THE DAILY NEWS
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THE
By
Louis
Tracy
Pillar
of
Light
Daily Edition.
Saturday. Nov. 25
THE WEALTH BEHIND PRINCE RUPERT
Writing in the Vancouver Sunset, "Bruce" said recently: "People who should be better informed often ask what
the hinterland of Prince Rupert is really like. Some think
it is the backyard of British Columbia, but these are in error.
The tributary territory on which Prince Rupert depends for
support is opulent in undeveloped natural resources. Ifsome
giant would shape a week's output of a steel-mill into a
spade, break off the biggest pine tree on the mountainside
for a handle, and dig up this backyard of British Columbia,
he would find a treasure of gold, copper and silver more valuable than anv storied wealth of Eldorado. There is also
coal to burn. Cold-minded lumbermen who never lie about
fir and cedar, because they think fir and cedar all the time,
have said that there is in the vicinity of Prince Rupert timber enough to keep twenty-five modern saw-mills on the
job for twenty years. The salmon that have made the
Skeena River famous are still abundant. If you want to
see good farming land going to waste, go up to the Bulkley
and the Skeena Valleys. Prince Rupert's fisheries in future
ought to be a fountain of wealth."
Toys, Dolls, Games, Sleighs,
Xmas Cards, Fancy Chinaware,
Books, Leather Goods     .    .    .
Gift* for everyone. Our stock is complete
and so attractive that holiday shopping 1* a
real pleasure.
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Everything for the office
m
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slore in Vancouver. You can sit down with our catalogue, and
quietly prepare your list of Yuletide remembrances, and estimate
tho total cost there and then. Then forward your list to our
Mail Order Department, and your Christmas shopping I* done.
If you have not received a Birks' catalogue, advise us at once.
A card with your name and aelilreis will bring it to you tree ot
charge. Do not fail to send your order for Christmas good* at an
early date.
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will receive immi'diatc attention
Wllh (eeming anxiety to atone fo*
the excesses of the week, the weathei
lhat morning justified the claim oi
Cornwall to be the summer land ol
England. The sun shone from a blue
sky flecked with while clouds. Tho
waters of Mount's Hay sparkled and
danced In miniature wavelets. Tho
air was so mild, the temperature so
equable, that It was har.l to Credit sea
and wind with the havoc of tha preceding days.
The Gulf Rock el.'s. stcr did ni t
stand alone lu the record* of the hup.
rlcane. Even the day's papers contained belated a-c *;;nts ef casualties
on the coast* of Normandy, Holland,
and far-off Denmark. But nowhere
else had there been such loss ol life,
whilst renewed interest was evoked
by the final relief of ail the survivor.*
Pyne's appearance ottsitie the ill*
ting-room was hailed with a yell. N* t*
withstanding her own perplexities,
Mrs. Vansitiart had tak n feood eart
that the children were well pro.laY.i
for. They were beautiful.'? tires*.',
and the stilling maid xx'.-.o fr, cd them
from control when '**��� . .' -peaed
said that they m!g'*.i nr _.u. without
Jackets, the ..ay wall ro line
He descended the t la'.r-s, pith a cigar In his month and a d< lighted
youngster c.lnglng to ta h l.a*i,|.
In the hall he en ounl r d a eloien
Journalists waiting to devour him.
They had failed to penetrate th eitia.
teglc screen interposed by the head
waiter. Now* the enemy was unmask1
ed, and they advan.ed to the attack
I'yne was ready for them. He had
already outlined ills defence.
"Will one of you gentlemen, representing all, kindly give me a word in
private?" he asked.
This was readily agrc.d lo.
"Now this Is the deal I will make.'
he said, when the two were Isolated.
"I will meet you all here In an hour'*
time. I will be Interviewed, sketched,
snapshotted, give yon locks of my
hair, my autograph, my views on th*
Far East, the next Presidential election, and the fiscal question, If you
bind yourself to one thing."
"And that Is?"
"Among the passengers saved from
the Chlnnook Is a Mrs. Vansltlart.
She is very 111, and is being eared for
by .Mr. Brand and his daughters. Make
no reference to her ln any way whatever beyond Including her name in
the published lists. Promise that and
I'll talk a page."
"I am sure I can agree without consulting ray colleagues," said the surprised  reporter.
"Come along, kids," said Pyne. "I
am delivered bound to the torture."
He pasBed out Into the street, when
Elsie's sharp eyes, searching for a
shop, suddenly caught sight of Enid
hurrying towardB the hotel.
The child ran to meet her, and Enid,
flushed with excitement, began to explain thai Mrs. Vansittart was In bed,
suffering from collapse and In a fever-
ish stale. The doctor's verdict was
that she was In some danger, but
would recover tf carefully tended and
kept In absolute quiet.
"Is Conatance with her?" asked
Pyne.
"Yea."
"And where I* Mr. Brand?"
"He will be here soon. He asked me
to call���and tell you���and Mr. Traill���
what had happened."
Enid's speech was not prone to
trip.    Pyne's eyes gleamed Into hers.
"Mr. Brand asked you to aee my
uncle?" he said cautiously.
"Yes," she faltered.
"Did be say anything else?"
"Yes���cousin."
"Let me take you right In. I gues*
It would make a sensation If I���here,
Mamie, Just hug Miss Enid good and
hard for me, will you?"
Whilst the children waited In th*
hall, he accompanied tbe girl up the
stalls and threw open the door of the
sitting-room.
"Here 1* somebody you want to see,
uncle?" he cried, and rejoined the
Hide one*.
"Hooroosh!" he yelped. "Now let'*
buy a toy-store."
Enid and her father faced ea< h
olher for' some Beconds In silent be*
wlldcrmen. Then Mr. Traill rose and
came uear lo her. She did not know
what to do or Bay. This tall, stately
man was one who should be dearer to
her than anyone else In the world.
She was his daughter, yet they were
strangers one to the other.
"I���I���" How could Bhe utter conventional words in such a moment?
Her lips quivered and tears trembled
In her eye*. Then he knew. The lace
around her while neck wbb fastened
with a little gold brooch bearing ���
four-leafed shamrock In emeralds. He
looked at her wiih a profound reverence, and caught her by the shoulders.
"My dear," he murmured, "you are
very like  your mother."
"I am glad," she said, and kissed
him.
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CHAPTER XIX.
THE HOUSE THAT STOOD UPON
A ROCK
A week passed, lu the fickle mem*
ory of the outer world lhe story of tha
Oulf Rock lighthiiii'i,- v.cs becoming
mellow wllh age. Men now talked o|
war In Africa, of the Yellow Peril, ot
some baccarat squabble- In a \Vest-en4
club. Bui lis vitality lingered In Pen.
zance. There were side lltUSI which
Pyne'* device had kept from tha public ken, but which the town's folk pondered. Lady Margarcl Stanhope,
obeying her son's bi'hesls, tantalized
her friends by smiling serenely and
telling them nothing when they pestered her with questions. That Is to
cay, ihe ipoke not one word about th*
lady who was being nursed back to
health In the lighthouse-keeper's e*,,t-
tage, but filled their souls wllh bitter-
ne��* when she hinted at marvel* concerning Constance* and Enid.
In auoh a small place, where every
man'* affair* are canvassed by hi*
neighbor*, lt was impossible to pre-
vent an atmosphere of mystery from
dinging to Mis. Vanslttart. Again,
the goiatDi were greatly ionc��rned
about 1-nld.   For a young woman "In
her position" to be ennnged to an officer tn the Koyal Navy and admitted
to the sacred ranks of the aristocracy
was a wonderful thing In Itself. But
(hat she should be on open terms ol
the greatest Intimacy not alone with
'he elderly Mr.  Traill,  but  with hi*
good-looking nephew, even .ailing the
latter "Charlie" and treating him as a
near relative, was an ti uaxing circumstance only surpassed by the complacency witn which Laiiv Margaret and
her son rci aided it.
The actors iu this conn dy Beemed to
be    Btiblli: ely    indifferent   to   p'lblic
opinion.     lhal   was  tin*   worst of  It.1
Enid was escorted about the town by I
each and all of the mi n at all hours.
Now she was at tho hospital, choerlng j
Bates and Jackson or th* Injured peo-,
pie from the wreck,    now  arranging
for the departure of some of (he poorer
survivor*  when  they  were    able    to j
travel, now flitting over to Marazlon I
to see Jlm Spence, and .nice actually ,
visiting Mr. Jones, the Inn keeper.
At last a part of th* (ecret oked out.
Enid went with her tai her to ask how-
Mr.   Emmett,  the   sick   chiel   officer,:
was getting on. They found him smok- j
Ing In the front garden of the house In
which Brand had lodged him.
He started when he bsw them ap-
nroaohing, and his weather-beaten
face wore the puzzled look with which
ha regarded Enid one night on the
lighthouse stairs.
Traill    noticed    the sailor's covert;
glances at Enid, so he said:
"By the way, Mr. Emmett, you were
on the Britannia when my wife and I,!
her sister, and two children, came to
England  before  the   Esmeralda   waa
lost?"
"Yes, sir."   He paused.
During many an Atlantic crossing he
and Mr. Traill had talked of that last
Joyous Journey, when he, a boy who'
had Just Joined the service, sat at thelt
table, as was the custom of Junior
officers in those year*.
.Mr. Traill smiled. He knew what
was In the other man's mind
"In. you see a likeness ln this young
lady to anyone you have ever known?',
he asked.
"Well, sir, I hope It will not hurt
your feelings, and It's a good many
years ago now, but I could have sworu
���well, I muat out with It. She I* tbe
living Image of your wife."
"Indeed, that cannot hurt my feeling*, a* she Is her daughter."
"Her daughter! Your daughter!"
gasped Emmett.
A small s.-n liig-mnld. with the ear*
of a rabbit, waa listening Bpell-bound
at the open window. Here, Indeed,
waa a choice tIt-bit for the milkman,'
and the |-oslman, and the butcher'*'
and grocer's boy*. From this lower
current the b I ream of talk flowed upwards until it reached the auguat
drawing-room of Mrs. Taylor-Smith.
She drove in frantic haste to Lady
Margaret's villa, and fired question*
broadside.
"Oh, yes," said Jack'* mother,
suavely. "It Is quite true. Of courae
I have known It from tho first. According to present arrangements the
marriage will take place in the spring.
Enid's marriage settlement will bu
nearly a quarter of a million."
Like most women, ihe loved that
word. A million, even In fraction*. 1*
*o glib, yet so unattainable.
The only person who wa* Bllghdy
dissatisfied with ibe progrc** ol
oveiils was Pyne. Constance never
appeared. She shared with Mr*. Shep-
pard the care of her mother. Enid,
blithe and guileless in tbe public eye,
did the house-keeping and represented
the household.
Brand. 'oo. save for a couple of visits to the hotel, remained Invisible.
He was pale and worn, a man at war
wiih himself. Tbe young Phlladel-
phlan���for Pyne-* family home wa*
In tbo Quaker City, though bl* estat*
lay principally ln New York���wa* nol
pleased by the slight sign* perceptible behind lhe icrecn of Brand'* reserve.
"Constance takes after her father,"
he told himself. "There may be trouble about her mother. In tbe (curry I
may get left.   I must think thla out."
At last eame a day of warm sun*
���bine, when Enid announced that th,
Invalid, by die doctor'a orders, wai
carried downstairs.
"Has Mr. llrand seen her yet?" ask
ed Pyne.
"No," replied Euld, with a littl*
cloud ou her nur face. "He never men
tliins her. And how we wish I,*.-
would. Hc Is suffering, but k,- i*. si
���ent, and neither Constance nor I can
make any suggestion."
"But what will he the outcome?"
"How can I tell? Thai night���altel
we left the hotel���he told us lhc ��torj
of his married life. 1 did uot seem io
be utterly Impossible to straighten
hunters, but wc knew nothing of hit
career during so many years. Wa:
sh ��� married again? I have aaked my
father. He believe* (he wai, but li
not certain."
"Father" was Mr. Traill; Brand ro
malned "dad." Thu* did Enid *olv��
the difficulty.
"I* she aware thai Comtanco knewi
the Is her mother?"
"We think so. Indeed, wc are sure
She has been so III, and is yet so fragile, that we dare not excite her In
Ihe least degree. So Constance hat
been very careful, but every look
every syllable, show* that her mother
I* In no doubt on (hat point."
"It'�� a prelly hard nut to crack,'
���aid Pyne. He blew cigar amoke lute
rings. Seemingly the operation aide(
reflection.
"Say, Knld," he went on. "If ih<
weal her Ib fine to-morrow, do yot
think Connie would come out for I
drive?"
"I don't know. Certainly she ne, di
some fresh air. What between b*l
anxiety and her mother'* illness, tin)
are beginning to look like listers."
"Just mention to Connie, lu her fa
ther'* presence, lhat If the aun shin *
at eleven, I will lie along in a dog
cart. Mrs. Vansltlart will bo down
italrs by (hat time?"
"Yes."
"And If Connie comes out with mn
20 OVERCOAT
to measure
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Ourion't ta.SO Overcoat ha*
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All  Curzon  clothing  is  sold with   a
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returned) and is produced from genuine
British Textiles.
MADE FMI REAL BRITISH MATERIALS.
Greatest attention is paid to thc cutting
of every individual order, and   thc   style ���
of production is equal to anything sold
anywhere at twice and thrice the money���
at least, this is what the Curzon clientele
say about the Curzon $8.60 Overcoat.
Then there is the tailoring.   As is well
known, London is the hub of thc tailoring
craft,and Messrs. Curzon Bros.,as practical^
tailoring experts themselves, are in a
position   to secure the most   qualified
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Curzon tailoring is sold with the following guarantee:
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m aajaraEMffiS?3L%:!a *** ****
poat ol Lot I3i*j, B��_.tt. C    ,','""-��� a-r!S
cut 30 chair.-, thon�� north Jo   ;  ' ***. Iheiet
Sfitftfc&te '~!^
Dated Sept. 9, lslll. Tpuni.   ,.
'���'""'""'"'��� 0^*fcMjW
BIOWI Und Diatrict���Dlnrict ul Co. ���  rr
lake notice that Uttie MoTavliI   i     ****** ���
occup.tion   married   woman,   i,,,,,'.   ***<*>*"nt,
f��jg���w"-��p-��i��.u��i-,: ::. . gg
Commencing at a post planted    ,  ,
wert corner loo chain. t.M. _,        '      '  -ortk.
Irom N. E. corner ol Lot lit 2 2'A ":*���*."mix
Coaat Dlrtrict Kange 5, th.*,,*-' *    S��"V
thenc. 80 chain.  Lx,'thS '.*
thence 40 chaina wart, ttxaam , tth,
Ihenc. 40 chain, wut 'to ,Z -i"J*���   "".it.
donuinlng 400 acre, mom or lea*. "'���'���"���'���'.
Haled Sopt. 18. 1_M. I.uiili   ., 	
I'ub. Sep..-.3 -OTaiSMS
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I	
SAMUEL HARRISON
INOTAIT n ni I, .
v. r. a. i-.amiii.i.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert - and
Stewart
LAND PURCHASE N
0TICES
Skeen. Land DUtrlct-DUlrl -t ���! r
Take notice that Lcltoy V 7*' "*'*
Rupert   1. 0 . occupation1^;! in'   '
..oat ol Lot 13.li, lton,, i  cJJ" ".'
���t I
ati*|e 5
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict nl Co
tab notice that Mu. Mar    M      *
Ireland,  occupation iplmter, Int
lor permtaion to purchase th�� folio.?,
Commencing at a pout planted one. cl
ol the MUtheaat cornor ul l^t -j, "J
40 chain., Ihence eaat i!0 chaiiu, t|,.,,
chain*-, thonce went 20 chain, n i,
mencemont; containing eighty terax '���
Dated Oct. 11. 1811.    'l__8_K_tt *
pub. Nov. ii. Juhn, ;N'lu,
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- n-mli in
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���YOUR FOOD WIL
you Jusi find an errand In town. II >pt
Jack Into the scheme, or any old ,1 ,li;
of Ihat sort. Take care Mr. Brain!
knowB of It. By Ihe way, send Mr*
Bheppard out too."
"What In the world���"
"You're Just too pretty to think
har.I, lOnlil. II causes wrinkles. Oo iu
I ask, there's a khiuI girl."
Enid was delighted to find thai
Brand strongly supported Iho lugKc**
'Ion that t'ein-iiiiiii-e should take th<
drive. Pyne, sharp on time, drew u|
a smart pony In front of the cottage
and did not Iwlleh a muscle when r,,n
slance. velletl nnd gloved, ran dowi
the until way.
(TO BR COiVTINtlKD)
BE WELL COOKED ON A-
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Price from $45 to *58. 0lhe- Slovo_ from ���6i
WE_HAVE  ALL   YOU   NEED   IN   BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
trcontl Av��aue
Tvlaphan* 10
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD  WAY OP FINDING
KAIEN HARDWARE COMPANY
THIRD ANENUE
Builders' Supplies
Plumbers' Supplies
Paint*
Oils
Varnishes
P.O. DRAWER 1524
HARDWARE
PHONE No. 3
Sheet and Plate Ola**
Plate liit.-iH Mirror*
Stoves, Range*
Tinware
Cranlto-ware
MONARCH MALLEABLE Te sR7ngSe,,-,,f'ctory
B.II. Cool. Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cow lt���,
Taka nolle, that H. M. CUB ol Uuiil.ik ,-_.
and, occup��tion gentloman, lotendi to .,,?'
gganBE to mm the fon,,..,,, JUgj
Commencing at . poit plunusi ���., ,,,��� lk_.
0 Ned��tKonn.y  Kiver aboul   0    ,,.'���, t��
of Indian Ke*rve Lino .theme ��,-,, ,2    *
lollowing the chMnel  ol SSttcKuS   tu",'
thenoe *-utb 80 chain, more or iL 22.-, . 'l
01 llell. Cool. Hiver, thenco (,l 2. ,- ��� 2222"
at   Uella  Cool.  Kiver  ewtcrly J ,'     , ���
80 jhjda* more or I*-, to po.ni ol torn ��_525
conuuning 480 acre*, mom or luu *"",um��il,
Daud Auguit 28, ISH. (I,  M   ..,.,.���
Pub. Sent,... William M-v._iri*$��
Skeen. Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout it.an 5
Take   noUe.   that   Ben.*.,,,,,,   lir.....    �����'*
Prince Kupert, B. C., occupation .,,.-. 2ml
to apply lor permiaaion to pun-haw the |U,|0��Z
deucnotsl lanela; .��.io����g
Comm.ncu-g it . poat planted C. chain. ������.,.
Irom th. MUtheaat corner ol Loi softi ,._,
m.rked B. K. R S. E. Corner, IMnoe ...'dim.
wert, thence 66 chain, north, i|,..���ce ,., ���, ���
Mat, thenoa 64 chum -wutn to point ol �����!
mencement, conUining 465 teixii non ur!,-_
Ut-INJAMIN   KI S.SI.1. Hiel'
D.wd October 21, mi. ���* '***���*���
Pub. Nor. 2.
Skem. Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Ca-atir
Tak. notio. that Angu. June-   McKemfc ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation boukkevp-r ll i.ajniu
to apply lor permowon to purcil-uo un loilo*im
dacntxxl l.n.1.: *
e,'uiuiiii-iicing ��t . poat planti-d it l!.e con-
tluenese ol Ulackwater river with Naa. rivar. ilwut
two muVs euutii from the math Dominion I. ..a'uiih
cabin. Port marked A J. M. N. \\. t���_,.���
thenco 80 Chun, wuth, thence 80 chilia v-,1
tn.no. 80 chrtn. north, tnence 80 clian.r, ��e��t
to point ol commencement, containing on, .cm
more or lam.
*^_---=       ���.    ANIL'S JAMES McKLNZIE
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skaana Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of lasni-u*
Taka nollea th.t Herbert McUnnan ol tun.
couver, II. C, occupation r-rt e.ut��- ,^,.ri, iiiu*n-li
to .pply lor pvmiMion to purci; m e no lollowinit
dcKnbed land.:
Commencing >t a port plant. I at the cog-
tluenc. ol Ui.ckw.ter river with Um S**s river
���bout two mil*, mulh ol the uxlh 1 >. :i.n...,a
'1 el.-gr.ph cabin. Port muked II. II. N*. E,
Comer, thenco 80 eb-Un. K>utb, Ihence .ao rttuna
weat, th.no. 80 ch-Un. north, Ihonco m ctinuia
maat to point ol commesnooment, containing tin!
.ens. mora or low.
Kami Sept. 23, lllll      HERBERT MeLEKNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ot Coasl King, i
Take notio. th.t 1, Chriitopher J.m, ��� tlniiiam
ol Prlnco Rup rt. It. C, occupation loaMMtlfl
engineer, intend lo appl> lor perniuiion lo purchu.
th.  lollowlng   du.Clllr.aJ   |.,.,ls.
ComnMaong .1 . port pl.nled .1 .he .outh-
wo.1 cornor ot Lot No. IT.tj vicinity .,1 Lak.
MMM .nd marked CbrUtophcr J. ejr.hani
N. E. Cornv, th.no. w��rt 40 chain., thence aoutti
80 chaina, thance e-ut 40 chaiiu, tbence iturto Ml
cliain. to port ol commencement; contiining
Usl .ci... moro ne lea*.
CHRISTOPHER  JAS,   llll.WIAM.  U.-ator
K.led Sept. 22. 1*11  II.M A.M.-Win,,*..-1 1*. li
U-rd.
Pub. Swt. m.
Skaana Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol, ..
T.ki. inilice lh.t K.  ll. Stew.n ol V-uicuuver,
B. C-, occupation  truckm-ui, loteneU *) apply
(or permu-rion lo purcbu. lb. (oJowing ,i*-*crii*.*J
Commonclng at . port planted 10 chum, -siuth
ol I*re-emptlon No. 3117 .nd bl ch.u.- na trom
the Nui Klver IS. W. C.l, thence lo .-,-..
thenco 40 chain, nortb, ihence 40 cl,.,,-, *.t��l,
thonc. 40 chUn. eoulh to lh. point of con,tnence-
ment to contain 160 .ere. more or lorn.
RICHARD IIUWAKK Ml.�� AUT
Datod Aug, Itll. June. T. Fuller., n, .1.-, m
I'uU Sep.. 23.
SkMna Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Coai. llange :-
lake nollco thai Harold E. Smith of -Mon-iy,
AIU., occupation eutton agent. Intenels l,i apply
lor pornU-uon to purchaM tbe lollowing described
(ommenclng .1 . pmt planled at the wuth*
wmi corner 100 chaini uat .nd 20 chaini north
from N. E. vomer of Ut 1116, llara,. ��� Sur.ey
Coort DUtrirt Rang. t. tbenc. 40 ch-ni rrnx,
thenc SO chaina north, tbence 40 tht ���������' ��<��������
ihenco 80 chain, wuth to po.1 of eon,,,,, r.c.-nicnt
conlUnlng 320 acrea, mora or loai.
I,.ted Sept. 18, 1*11. HAU.II.I) I-   ."Mini
Pub. Sopt. U. Frod >*>. Bohler, Agen
Skeon. Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Cowl lung.- b
lak. notln that I, Cordon C. Pttxtatt <-'
PrinM Rupert, B. C., occupallon n-il >.l-<e
brokev, InUnd to .pply lor permlulon to p^r-
ChM. th. lollowing OMCilbed land.:
Commonclng at . poit plantod IbOttl - *
tiiiho In . north-tfly direction Irom lh. ne
rnrner port ol Ut 13*11, IUnge 5, Cout UUtnCt,
thenco north 40 chain., lhanc. won I., rln>
buk, thrnce Moth lollowing river bank lo point
nl commencement: conulnlng ItiO Mra,
b|
K.lod Sopt. ��. ion. fJORDON C. EMMl.l. "'���
Pub. Oct. I a
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coait (Ul f j
Ilk.   notice   that   llin.m  Roy   Mel.
Winnipeg,   Man.,   occup.tion   h.rrUlor,  Inl I*
lo apply for permUaioo to purchaM the lolw*i >*��
dMCiibod Undo:
Comm.ncing at . poet planted .1 the mutli��.->l
erner 40 chain. Mat and 40 chain, noil I, '.���"'
N. K. oomor ol Ul 1116, Harvey. Mur., -  >
KUtrict lUng. 6,  thenn 60 ch.ln. ea.1, I 	
60 chain, nortb, tlience 60 chain, wot, thei.*��������� '
chain. -���ulh to port of commencement coiit.i'i'n-t
lo0 acre, moro or Um. .. . .,
D.UdS.pt. 18, IHU UIRIAM ROY McTAM ��
I'ub. Saou 23. Fred W. Bobler, Agent
Skeen. Und DUtrlct -DUtrict of <���.'--.
T.ke noUn th.t Chu-lM William il. ;'
Vancouver, B. OJ occup.llon Impoctor. ******
to .piily lor parmualon to purehM. the lolloi.ii-g
dewcril-od landa:
Commancing at . poat plantod at the etiti-
fluenee ol lllackwater river with the Nau rl.,t
aboul two mile, aouth from lh. >l>tb Potint.'���������>
Telegraph cabin. P��t mvked C. W. II. S- **���
Corner, IhenM 80 eh-Una norlh, thence 80 Sbi ���
out. thence 80 chalu MUth, Ihence 80 <������������ *
WMt to point ol eomraonMm.nt, conulnlng ' >"
acre, more or lme.  ,..,
CHARLES WILLIAM BAM
KeUd Sep Umber 2.1, mil.
Pub. Nov. I.
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caul.r
T.k. notice th.t Thomu Arthur Whlu of Vancouver, B. C, occup.llon crpenUr. Intend" io
���pply for perrminlon  to purchau tho followini*
diwcrilied land.:
Commondn. at a poet planted rt the con*
*uence ot Ulackwater river with Nau river, IBoul
two mile, wuth ol th. -Hath Dominion I, .,.��� ���
cabin. Port m.rked T. A W. 8. E. Corner, 1MB*"
80 chain, north, ihence 80 chaina WMt, thenco W
chaina aouth, 'hence 80 ch.ina .ut to point ">
eeimmeneemenl, containing 640 acrea more Ot Vm
THOMAS ARTHUR Will I *���
Dated Sept. 23, Itll.
Pub Nor. 2.
SkMna Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Cout Range V
Tak. notico that limmi M. Tollman of . win'
It.pid.,   !�����.,   occupation   lawyer,   loMndi   '
���Pl.ly for permUalon to purchu. th. followim!
eliwcrllieel  l.nd.:
Comm.ncing .t . put planted on th. aoulheii.
���hoc ol Kiiir.vina.Mn Inlet on the right b.nk
ol a am.ll atrnm flowing Into Mid Inlet (uit wai
ol Crow Uka. Thenco wuth 20 chain., Ihence
wert 20 ch.ln. more or Ion to th. ihore line ol
Crew Uko, thanca northerly .nd euterly lol-
lowing th. .horo linn ol Crow Uke, the Inle
"> Crow Uko and Kutaeymateen Inlet to lne
ploM of commencement, conulnlng forty acr'-
more or In.. I/wat.d Augurt 7, 1*11. , ���
D.ted Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. An.. |2
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For
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Victoria
AND
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S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ud
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"CamosuiT
leave*
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Mondayafternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $6.00
A. Sweet, Manager.
Cures Coughs
Mtthien's Syrup of Tu & Cod I'      ~"
���" a great Tonic and not  onl
bu
The "Camosun" is the only steame
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siiring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Mr.
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71 Tcwi la laa-acu.
Capital and Re.ervo Over $7,300,000
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we issue Letters of Credit payable
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world, and payable iu Dollars for
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and the West Indies.
We buy and sell Drafts on
France, Germajy, South Africa,
Australia, New Zealand, India,
China aud the West Indies.
Th
f   enables   th
iver Oil
y stops a cough
ie   system   to   throw   it   off.
ere should be a buttle of if in every home
-arge si7c bottle 15c   Sold everywhere.
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Sherbbooke
n
Pittsburg. Previous to leaving Chicago he conducted a physical culture
school and also was Instructor al
the Illinois Athletic Club.
j    . . . .ITEMS OF.
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PAST i ilii i i:i;s
Bier* li.iily knows how baseball
players, professional and otherwise,
engage in fanning bees of the past
and present; recall ihe great feats
of thc diamond   nn.l praise (hc do-      __^ .   ,,        ,..,
...        . ��� .   ,,, The once great Australian middle-
Ings of  other  days.     But  did  any
.    ,       ,,, .,     weight, tleorge Dawson, who fought
one ever mix In a bunch of pugilistic ..... .    ���
. . ...    many ball les of note, Is box ng m-
(u nil em and  hone ������>�� �����->���  ������ *
slrurtor at thc Chicago Athletic As-
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Also stores in same block.
Two cottage* cort.er Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
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We represent some ol thc largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. D.~RAND
Second Ave. Phone 112
Friday*, at 8 a.m.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenae and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
II. <;.���,Ii,ii Munro W. Niche lion Lalley
MUNRO & LAILEY
Archite-cts,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
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For Port Simpson   Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 P. M.
For Masset and  Naden Harbor every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencing November 9th.
For   Skidegate,   Jewday,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
Commencing November 2nd.
Tommy White, who gnined fame
by his greal rights with "Terrible
Terry" MrOovern, still holds forth
In Chicago. For lhe last couple of
years hc has been employed In construction work on a big underground
telephone tunnel.
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
Railway service to Vanarsdol, mixed
trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 P. M��� returning
Thursdays and Sundays 4 P. M.
On your ChrUtmai vi.it Eatt travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
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 PASSENGER AGENT
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ���!��� AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,
of Britiili Gilumbla
and Manitoba Bars.
V. BENNETT, B.A.
e.f B.C., Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta Bare.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllce���Exchanirc block, orner Third avenue Mid
Sixth .tree*. I'rince Ruoert. H
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental nperatium skilfully tr.-nt.sl. (ia. .nd
local anaathelic. adminiHtered for the painless, ex-
tractfon of teeth. Cun.ulutlon free. Office.:
Helii-ereon Bluck. Pnnee Ruperl. 11-12
Write us regarding
the value of your
Prince Rupert property, We will be pleased to keep you posted
as to conditions here.
Prince Kepert Branch -
F. s. LONG. Manger.
SRoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth St.
0. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
Real Eatata and Rantala
Office.. Helgrr.on Block
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
The Flneit Room..
The beat equipped
.nd .team heated.
Hot .nd cold bath..
Un,,,,.* ,-��� n, .i���.|
restaurant     :      :
Corley & Burgess, Props ���
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Italia Coola Land Dlrtrict���Dlalrlct ol Cout lUnje
3
T.ke nolico lhal II. M. Cliff ol Dundalk. lr*.
land, occupation trenUeman, Intendi lo apply lor
permiaaion to leaao tho following dwerihed l.nd.;
i inirir.i-rrriii,- at a i>"-- planted at tho ahor*
near lho N. b. corner ol Lot No. 8, Ihence north
4(1 chain., thenca a oat SO ch.il-. mor* or lam lo
eut boundary ol cannery le-ane, .hence (ollowing
the uld eul boundary wuth lu chaina more or
leeee to ��l,���te line, ll,r.e tolluwlng Mid ihon*
line -Mltcrly 80 rt,;.ni. more ur lam to point at
commencemenl;   conulnlng 3'lxl acta*, mor* or
 -a    ,--...., rr-,i<
fanners and hear any more enthusiastic bussing than thc glove wlclders
can turn loose? Thc answer Is "no,"
for (ho old (line fighters arc just
as talkatlvo a tribe as ever could
be gotten together.
id*.viiii.��� ii bunch of fighters, past,
present and future, got logelher In
a Chicago gymnasium, and after
fights without number of years ago
had been masticated to thc king's
taste, one of the bunch propounded
a question of natural Interest:
"What becomes of tho fighter*
when (heir days of activity In tbe
ring are at an end?'
Tho question set everybody thinking, and In order to answer It wa*
necessary to "lake cases ' on some
of the fighter* who In the lad few
years have lelt the ring for all lime,
it was discovered that a grcat many
of the pugilists had become police-
men.   In Chicago, (he home of many
of the best fighter* who ever stepped
between tne ropes, there are many
of Ibe former  glove  wlclders  who
now  swing  a  club  instead  of  tbe
ninullles,
Then there I* Eddie Santry, who al
one time claimed the featherweight
championship. Eddie a couple of
years ngo was proprietor of a saloon,
bui now Ih officiating as referee of
bouts In Wisconsin cities.
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 166 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
P
OE
30
D.led Auguit 31, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 30.
II. M. CUFF
Willi.m  MtN.iT, Ag*nl
Remember Marlin Duffy, who was
one of thc topnotrh llghtwelghl* of
hi* lime, which wa* only a few years
ago? Duffy ran be found any night
In t'lii, ..i;.. travelling a beat. He
Isn't a lightweight any more, but
haa Joined the heavyweight rla*(. I
Duffy cerialnly was a ilar at clever-
neu, lomethlng like Packey McFarland.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St and First Ave.
AT DAVIS'
BOAT HOUSE
F. M. DAVIS
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks- Morso and Knox Gasoline
Epgines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch., and Bo.I. for Hire   N.E. end of Wharl
Bell. Cool. Land Dlalrlct- Dlitrict ol Coaat IUnge
3
T.ko notice lh.t II. M CliS ol Ii.n.l.lle. Ireland, occupation gentlemen. Inlenda to apply
(or pormiaaiun lo leu. the (ollowing dooenhed
ianda:
Commencing at a poat planud .1 the N. E
ceirner ol U.t 33, thenoa north 20 chain., th*nc
wai 10 i-h ,,,.a, thence eoulh HO chain, mora or
I.-.- to there tine, thenc* following the .hor* line
out in ch.lai mure or Ian lo point ol cumm.nce
ment; conUining l*u ere., mora or les.
I>.tcd Augu.l3l. ISII. II.   M.  CUFF
I'ub. Sept. 30. William McNair. Agenl ,
II.Ua Coola Uod DUtrlct���Dlatrlcl ol Cout lUng
3
Take notln- that II. M. Cliff of Dund.lk, Ire-
l.ml,   occupation   gentlemen,   Intend,   to   apply '
fur  |,,riii,a-,oii  lo leaae  the  following  daacrtbed
l.nd.:
l*onimeneini .1 a pout pl.nled at th* N. W.
,"r, n i uf l.-ri No I, llience north 40 chaina thence
eaat 40 chain., thenre .oulh 40 chain, mora or
IcM lo .horo line, tlience following shore line
weaterly 40 cliaina more or loai lo point nf com-
mencement; containing SO acna. mor* ur lu.
Haled August 1!S. 1011. II.  M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. 80. Willi.m McNair, Agen
Bella Coola Land Diatrict���Dlitrict ol Cout Ring.
3
Jnrk   Mortal,   the   middleweight
who  possessed  rlau,  but   failed  to
heroine a champion, partly  because
��� hc dislocated  n should  ill a  fighl.
Is a  policeman  nnd   travels  a   beat
I over  Chicago  street*.     Moffat  met
I the brilliant Tommy Ryan more than
' once In lhe ring and Tommy always
i gave Moffat credit for being a flghl-
| cr of the flint water.   Thc bad arm
llu.ill.   slopped  Moffat'* career and
he  dunned  the  (lift   of  blue  as  a
means of llevlihood.   There arc several others of l.-sscr note In Chicago
who  swing  lhc  club,  but  tin  Iheir
;.. ���iii.iim.'iiii*.'   ptigilisllrally   did   not
extend   beyond   lhe  confines  of  Ihe
Lake  Michigan  cily  on   more need
he snid of Ihem.
Inexpensive
Christmas
Gifts
in great variety are  lo   be
found in our new catalogue
a poilal card will brinj a
copy to you.
Whether you hare "little
pi,r.e" or "bijt punc" you
will find hundreds of exclu.
aiv* article! in it riper,ally
appropriate lor Chri.tm...
lide gift making.
You run nn riilt whatever
in clmn.i, t\ any article Irom
il, lor we guarantee the
quality, aho ill. delivery,
���nd if you don't like your
���election, return it at our
oprii.r and yuur money will
be ininir.li.irly refunded.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
('.tut***'* Lar|��M Jewelry If nuiff
��f. tH-ti't*, Pr ta.
Hurt* *.*���**, Stc-mTr-t-at.
I.M-1.V..I.W Yontfe St.
TORONTO
"il
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furni.hed and
Stem Heated Rooma
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
W. H. Wrighl, Prop       r.o. box 37
m
Alex.MMan.on n.A..     W. I*:. Willi. im-.ii. a. . 1.1.1.
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Itupert, B.C
PRINCE RUPERT
P.:o. BOX 2.1
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*1*1*11. OF WM. FOXON, Hig.. A H.A.M.. ION., ENQ
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prircess
Line
Princess   May
Saturday, November 25th, at 9 a.m.
For VIoUHis, Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab - General Agenl
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire. Life nnd Accident Iniurance.
C18 Srd Avenue Phone 313 and Green 1
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filli-d.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth St.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, St.���amlit ting anil
Sheet Metal Work
Ofllce: 3rd Av*. Work.hop
Phone 174 Jnd Ave. bcL eth.ndSlh St.
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.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
Hotel Central ��3 S^Ti
lmi,.'|n-.iii nnd American plan, atenm
heated, mmlrrn ciinvenirncri. Hat***
$1.00 t" *2 '.*' j.. ! ...v..
Peter Black
Proprietor
FEED STORE
.Whites Portland Cement...
O. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
I    We carry everythlnir in the feed line, aleogar-
rllONB Wl r.o. box 804 , den aeed. ��t the luwe.i market pricea. at Collart'a
DAIUV   PVDDE-CC ol. Feed Store. Market PIko
ruiNT tAfKt-5-5 PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC HSRCHANTS' DELIVKItV SERVICB
lla-nro-re. Storage .ml  Fnrwardlne Airente.   FW I PromP' Delivery
Rig*, or Mirtor I'eer day e,r nil-ht ^^^���
I Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phon. 3011 pi
Phone* 41 or 301
Mknk 125      Nidei Block
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
B O YS 1
START IN BUSINESS
EBY   C&,   Co._=
REAL   ESfATR
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - |t   ('.
[OE
COAL   NOTICE
aoi
8
Take notice that II. M. (110 ot Dundalk, Ire-
Ian.I. occupallon ccntleman, intendi to apply
for pitmlMion lo leaae the (olluwinf deecribad
I an di.-
Commencing at a poat planted at tha N. W
i'< n.i-r ol lut .:..'. thence -. .���> 10 cbaina more
or loaa to northern boundary of leaae No. 1 applied
for ny 11. M. CHIT, thenee following aald boundary
eaat  20 chaina, thence north  40 chaini,  thence
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Service, every Sundny In the
Empress Theatre, 11 a.m. nnd
7 80 p.m.     Sunday .'i,-l,...,l nnel
Bible I'lnas ot 2..10 p. ,,,
REV. F. W. KERR, M.A., I'ASTiin
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
MclNT.RK IIA..L. 8BI. AVK., NEAR I'.TH ST.
Service,  every Sunday at 11
a.m. .ml 7.8t�� p.m.     ���������***���������
School   2.Mi   p. in.
Iillile Claaa 2.80 p.m.
REV. W. H. McLEOD H.A II.D.
I eaat  '10 chain.,  thence nurlh 40
act 20 chaina to point of commencement
taining BO .crm, more or lie.
jilted Au-tuit 28, Itll
II.  M. CLIFF
William McNair, Aianl
I'uh. S.r|'.i":iii,
Bella Coola Und Dlitrict���Diatrict ol Coaat It.n.i
8
Take notice that II. M. Cllll ol Dundalk, Ir.
ml,   occup.tion   itentlom.n,   Intend,   lo   apply
r  i��-nir> -n.ii  to leane the lollowlng  rie-Khl.,-1
III
'nininenclng at a pool planted at tha
ner of Lot '..ll, t'nence aouth 40 chain.
--  ._  ���.__..  ,���..-,,,.-_. ���,  i_.._  ,
Jimmy llnrry. the wonderful Hide
ehamplOO of lhe ring In his ilni.
also is living In Chicago. .Iliiitny
, <mMini, a lo make friends jusi as
he alnayt. did, and It. earning n
living with something bcaldCR, now
that he no longer lakes a swing on
the nl her fellow's Jaw, Harry spend*.
Hie h u tn in it ninnths working In the
p.iIiii,* playgrounds, where hc Is con-
altleretl  n  huge success.
Sk*��i. Laad liuuin    I 'r.i.ln erf Qvmo Charlotu I
*t**m**
T.k. ool'eo Ih.l Auitin M. Rrown ol I'rinca
llupert, occupation ..ddler. Intends to apply to |
she i lr���t Commi-Mioner of Land, and Worka lor
a licence to praap-Kt tot ea*l, oil .nd petroleum en
and under tb. loilowini dioe-ibed land, oo th.
W-wt i .-.., ol tlrah.m liland:
Comm-anclng it . inmi pl.nted three mil.. ��Mt
of th. , ��� ii....1 come* of C. L- No. 4472 ..hence
ao chain, .ana!. Ihene. * ' chaina north, Ihenee SO
chain. Mt, Ihenee SO chain, eoulh lo point of
eommencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Lodto'
I.T.I..I AuguM lex, ISII,
Pub. Aos. II.
Prevention is better than cure.
It Is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible. Eve
trouble may be avoided by the
in ly use of glasses, averting
���comfort, suffering and permanent impairment of sight. We
are properly ce|uipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
������������a**
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Watch   Inipector.
(.'or. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE Ki
I
.Sell the Daily News.
It s the easiest nnd quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply  at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
U.
S. O. E. B. S.
The I'rimv Rilliert l.ala*,*. No. 818, Soni of
Enttland. m<*eli the llr.1 and third Tu*Md.v. In
each me.nth In theSein. uf Enirland Hall. 811. 2nd
Ave. .18 p.m.
R V. CLARK. S-K..
I'. XI. |t.>l ,a!2. Prince H���|.en
ERNEST A. WOODS. 1're.ldeiit. Box 23
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano. Violin ami
Vote- CBIture.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE  MATTEH ol the K.tate of JOHN '
I'AI-ECt'l late of the City of Prince lluperl. In
Iho I'mviiice ol llrlllsli Columbia, deceaaed:
NOTICE   la   hereby   given   th.t   .11   pen
^^ tho
the S.  I
mora
Sunday
Bnrncn
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
iikt-vi-kn i*i:ni in: ST. ani, 2nd AVK.
Service every Sunday at  11
a.m.  and 7.80 p.m.    Sundny
School .1 2.80 p.m.
REV. C. R. SINO, B.D. Pahtiir
Ian., ,	
(lir    [rr-rint   -lull
l.llll.
Coi	
Corner of  Lot -ill, toence euu.u  .v nh. ......
ur Ires to northern Imunil.ry at I.-... No. I
.,i,|r!,.l lm by II. M. Cliff, thence eut 20 ch.lni
iilung .aid boundary, thence north 40 chains,
thenee weet 20 chain, to point ol commencement,
containing 80 acre., mare or I
I..led Auguit 28, 1011
Pub. Sopt. 30.
II.   M.  CLIFF
Willi.m McN.ir. Agent
LAND PURCHASE NOTICL
Skoena Land Dlalrlct���Dlitrict ol e'n.it Hinge ;.
'I'ake notice thai Herbert 1. Mackio ol Pern-
broke, Ont., occupation lumh-rm.n, Intend, lo
apply (or permlMlun to purchM. the lollowing
rlr-.i nli.-il l.ndi:
Commencing at a pint pl.nt.-e! on Ihe left b.nk
of th. /.ymueioll. or ..im-.-gnt-iu Itiver, .1 .outh-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^_^_^^^^^^ lollowlng
S���I a.. ��� ���----_-_-,-_��� tho wcMeerly  boundary of Lot  1706,  80 ch.lni
j more or lea., lo the northweat corner ol Mid lyot
NSRRT V/ITTD l A vrr. mm/an . csri 17l,6l ",*inM """'a'1*' "",l aoutherly, lollowing
^i-l-KI   lOUR LAND PUKCHASE   thi loll bank ol.al,l river, 80 ch.ln, moreor lorn le.
, puint   of   commencement   containing   160   acre.
'
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
I mom  Or  ,mm.
I     located Auguat 10, 1011.
Dated Auguit 21, lllll.    H lull IK I l MACKIE
I rub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Uemanu, Agent
"Kid" Herman, nnolhcr Chicago
lightweight, Is a real business mini
nml lacCMI has brought him plenty
i of lhe- ihskall, The "Kid" Is In
Stiiiile. ..here he Is proprietor of a
florlsl'*- thop, Herman almost reach-
tht iii.iiiii'li* nf fame. Hie olistiiile. In
his  ]>nth   being  thai   wonderful  rnl-
j oretl flghlcr, .Ioc linns, now dead.
(lenrge   Kerwln,   otire   a   Chlragn
liiiliin, ii;lii of note, Is r -iili.inilii ,|ri-r
In  t'hli-agn.
.lne- I'linynskl, who lias mnilf. I'l.l-
ingn Ills linitu- fur many years afler
Iiii.im: t'lilifnrtilii, has earnctl ,*��� living, nml I |00d .me. 100, by leach-
gm.te thai ninilc him fmnniis.
IS      llt.U       llOXillg      ill:-11 Ur   '"!
nthl.'ll.'   .lull   of
Skm. Und MMMMI ol Itomn Ch.rloiu It****.** !*** tL******^** "^T.le
l.lsneU I a-pnn , .|>eccl, who diod on or ahe.ut ll,p Nil, ,i.���
Tak. nollea lh.t Auitin M.  Brawn ol Prince "' H'��n'hw. 1910, at Princ Kup^ II   t*   mm
Ru,-erl   occup.tion ...I Her,  intend. In .pp|y u, T*********  "*, *****  *9 poM prepaldl or to de'live?
he Chief Commi-lone, nl Und. .nd WortlL . Of .u"''"��l��ned   (lellcitor   h*rrl,   to,   Ado'lS
licence lo proipect lor roal. oil .nd iieeraleum on SS*JBa"_tt[*>**}'*��". *>*s*r name*, and adelreM.
���nd under Ihe lollownl, d~c-,l��v| _n0-, ���n ,bJ and e���n pwttnkn In writing ol their cl.lm.Tnd
*��* t'tnmt ot tinhorn IaUnd                         n "** "..t-nenu ol their .ceounla. .n.l th. ���,n,�����i
Commencini .1 . poed pl.nled thre. mllea earn ���ktUR"-Bl_- i' HUH. **y *>**"������
ol lhe aoutheut eorner ofC. I_ No. 4470 Ihence ,  ,, '   TAKE NOTICE th.t .fter the 10th d.v
north  SO  i l-r-..  thence ct   SO cb.ln.,  Ibence " _iI_r,m,Tr'   2"* **"* *"**  *������"��"  Aaaal" 91
eoulh so chaina, thence w��l N ch.ln. to p,l���, ���( , ****.** dlMrih,,*, (he ..-n, of th. uld dec,.*
TAKE THE BEST
amm^^am**** ���I-I1..II-������ ������  ii-BBM __M----ft
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vincwra- or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
*m****H*******a*t
TICKETS TO THE OLD COUNTRy
-ml Ave,
Between Tth & Hth Sts.
Prince llupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CIIAII.-KS REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   .1.16.
OPEN DAV AND NlliHT
Po m m#n c*tn�� n t
Located AuguM lftTltM
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Pub. Aug
'in: Hi
Ohoynikl
at   I'lc   inlllinunirf
Skeena Land Utalrict Dittriet of gueen Charlotte
TaVe hoiifr lhat thirty daya from Hate, I, C. K.
Hainter of Prlnre llupert, II. C, hy orrupaiion
bookkec-vef. Intend to apply lo the Chief Com-
ini-wioner ��� l-an-'.i f..r a Itcenre to prmpect fot
roal and pe'roleum on and under BIO acrea of
land on t-raham 1��V -1 -'��� ���*<��� ni-tvi ����� follna *���
Commenrint at a (Ml i>lante.| two -nllej nonh
Tla.'.n nortliATt ,mm| Coa! I <**p 4466 markf-rl
('. K M. ("nhl \spam Nr. 21, thenct aouth 80 chaina,
(hence vtai HO chain*, trenre r,otth 00 chaina
ttoM ***** W tl.aln�� l.i point of r-mmenremrnl
r mtafnlnf fito arrea more or Uaa.
Hated Sept. 12. Ull. C.   K.   HAINTKU
Tub. ���' -   7.
Skeena Land iHMrin I>i��trtrt of Wu-wn C hurlolt*
Takt nntjre that thirty daya from date, I, r k.
Hainter cf Trinre ltti|"-rl, H. C., by twcupallnn
i ��.kki*.|-<-r. Intand to apply to tho Chief Com-f
mlMfnnrr nf l-anda for a llrenca to proapaet for!
coal and (tetroleiim on ind under 6(0 acraa of
land tin liraham laland deacrll��e.| aa folluwa;
CommeneinB al a t*mt planter) five rnllm Mat    ur.rM*
nf COM Leaae No. 4474, marked C.  K.  Hatnter'a
N. K- corner I'oal l*mm, No. 9, thence aouth Wl   Tha N
rhaina,  ihence weat  HO chaina,  thaoee  north  M   plan.
rhaina,  turner eaat  80 chaina  to  plaoa of mi*1 imprw
, ,---*-. mm mmmmnr***) *'"��� aaaeu if the aaid deenaM'd
amonf the peraona entitled thereto, havlni regard
only to the claima of which h�� will then have had
notico. and that the aaid Adolfo AaaaJI will not
lw> llaole for the aald aaaeta or any part thoroof
to any peraona of whoae claim ha la not than in
receipt ol nolirc.
i ��� \ I l I > al Pllmi Rupert, H. C, tba 2nd day of
November, A. !>., 1011.
L.  W.   I'ATMORK,
Solirftor for Ihe aald
Adolfo At-tall.
Through Tickets und nil information about your trip
Roijer's Steamship Upcy
tnd Ave.     Ileael at Centre Rt.   Phone llll
HOWE & McNULTY
GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   Vlm���,m   Chandlery
New
Knox
Hotel
rliiifi',
mPi,r��e'i,i*i,t.
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IIEHNKR ��  UESNKK.   PitorniETORS
lew  Knni   Hotel li run on the European
     ririrrhu. Mrvlce.   All the L.teat Molern
m|,r,r -.ment. ���;-:��� ilKHS Uie UP
FIRST AVENUE. PKINCE RUPERT
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cast) Store
735 THIRD AVE.
.Grand Hotel..
Wurklndman's Home
Free Labor Bureau io Connection
Phone- 178 lut Ave-, antl 711. St.
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proarl.toe
Utile's NEWS Agency
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I  TOBACCOS  :-.  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF THE DAILY NEWS
FREE
TRIP
ROUND
THE
WORLD
\Ve> have just arranged with one1
of our clients to  place forty-two
lots on tlio market under exceptional
advantages to the purchasers. The
lots are some of the best in Sections
7 and S. The prie-es ar,' as low
its any on the market, and the
terms so easy -monthly that anyone can buy. Along with this
exceptional offer, each lot admits
the purchaser to a drawing for a
FREE TRIP ROUND THE
WORLD. If you hold the lucky
ticket the trip is yours; or you
can surrender it for a cash consideration. The chances are good���
one in forty-two. Come in and
investigate.
WEDDING BELLS
AT SEAL COVE
Rev. Mr. James solemnized
the wedding last night of
Miss Alice Gamble and James
Gibson of the Fire Department at the Seal Cove dining hall, which was prettily
decorated for the occasion
by Mr. and Mrs. Jo. es. The
bride was given away by her
father, and was attended by
her sister Miss E. Gamble.
Len Dewhurst was groomsman. .A. large number of
guests were present, and the
wedding was followed by a
dance which lasted until the
small hours. Handsome
gifts were bestowed on the
bride and bridegroom, including a fine Mission stylo
clock, presented by the Fire
Department. The young
couple will reside on Third
Ave., near
resiliency.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THKY   WILL   RKPAY   A   CAREFUL
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LOOKING   OVER���
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Phone KSO
The Insurance People
Fire
l.i IV
Marine
Accident
Plate* tilass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.   '
Till:
Mack Realty & Insurance
.t'MPANY.
F.S. - llouttt's nn.l Kft.tal*.
Salvation Army
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J For Rent
+ -^-...-w..'^.,^__,^..-fcJ.-��...-_.,-^..-��.t **...-^.i
For Krni���Comfortable modem bOQMb -Wi Fifth
Av* . MU HoaptUl.    Vl\*.u<>* Blue L_3����.   27C-2.S
For Hont���NiPoolean, warm comfortable r��*����m��.
EUtMlSo and up.   Kfntr Qoorgt BoUL        tt
For K.-nt Furnished Roattl ��� Biii'kl��*y Block���
$2.'*** week up.
For Kent-Two roome*! cnl-m. elOM to McBride,
freshly pIpM-M and dean, only lit'per month.
H  F. McRae A Co. t-f
Insurance
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Of It l%mipanjea are note 1 for prompt and juit
Hottlements. We write every known clawi of
In-unnee. The Mack Realty and Innurance Co.
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RElcRAE
AND COMPANY
CAMOSUN LATE
IN LEAVING
A trip to Goose Bay is scheduled for the Camosun this weekend as well as her usual trip.
Tho "Old Reliable" is however,
twelve hours late. She left Vancouver exactly that number e>t'
hours behind schedule according
Wanti-il at Oncer���Ch.mlvrm.lel at th. Central,
Hotel, lt
The Army meetings will be
held as usual at the citadel
tonight at S o'clock and to-
the Government I morrow at 11 a. m. and S. p.
,111.   Sunday School at 1.80
P.m.   These meeting's are in want,.a-s��rv.nttodoi**.n.mihou-*aw��*otta
** . �� matdlnpt  Mn.!_, w. Patawra. t-f
charge ot bister Hay, assist
ed by the visiting preacher
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
1 -I?!! 1 Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Maternity niii-a. open  tot mgSfSBMBt
Box UN New..
Apply
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LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
Bargains in Ladies' Suits
������ North way's   Celebrated"���delayed
shipment just to hand.   Must be sold.   , ,,     -       ,        ..       ,      , ,.
tssaoitafor 117.66, $32 suits for ��2i,    hov ing Jerry  and soldiers
anel so on. One thin! off. Wallace's.  2t of the local COl'pS.
\Vienteii - Girl for irener.l houreivorl*. Apply
Mrs. Lant-y, 12.1*- 2nd Av.. '.���tV-v-Sii:
Wanted. ��� DreMmaklnir, cle.nlnir an.l pre...
inn. ,,-i- tn r-r.- foi nr.-ri an.l m . ,*..*,, Mr. Chart.*.
Percher. S.M Third Ave.   I'hone 254 Red.      If
Applications will be received
up to November 25th, 1911, by
the Board of Directors of the
Prince Rupert General Hospital
: Association from women wish-
i ing  to  take  a   full   course  of
! training in nursing. 12t
COAI. NOTICE
W***t ft***,***** Haa *0*ta*W*a****ma*. ��� ii|��i'l-��.''*��"^'-f
!        Lost and Found
*t^t****m**s^*M**** waa^a^<aaaj__>aaaiaian_^aaaaaW
C T. P. Tian.fer Agent.
Order, promptly Allad.   Prim re.��.,n.ble.
OFFICE-H. I. Rochnter. Centre St.    Phon. et
Canadian : Oilcloth
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EXTRA GOOD VALUES
2 grades in a variety of patterns to be sold this wee]
35c and 45c
inr
These goods are after the style of English  floor cloths and
gootl substitute for linoleum
make
SPECIALS
Crockery and Glassware for the Holiday!
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St. ph
one 62
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Real Estate Offerings
Skwna Und Dutrict���DUtriet of i^t-cn Charlott
lalai.da
Take notico tbat Austin M. l'rowti of Prim
Kupert, aaddler, intenda to apply to the CbW
CoininiMioner of Landa and \\ orka fur a BOMM
met fur cual, oii and peuul��uin on ���*������*.
*U m trie followine deacnt��ed Ianda on the Wuat
Coasl ol liraham liland:
i ommencing at a \x*i planted three mtlea cast
ol the northeaat eorner of C. L. No. 44oy thenee
���outta WJ ehaina, thence s��0 chaini *��-.���;, tbenee .���*-���
cfcaiM north, thence 60 chaina (tit to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located  \..., ..-; Ut, i.-.i.
Fub. Aug. 1.
Sk-ivr.a Land DUtriet���Dutnct of Quoon Ci.ar.ut
Take nunc? that t. ir.y da.* from date, 1, G, ***,
HatiitiT ol  1'rmce Ku]>ert, ll
FOl'SD-2 Small Ke>a.   Inquire at  Newa Office
���Mf
Found���Ladiea' opal  aot  bn��vh.    Owner  Mnd
dcacription to K.J.51.. Daily New*.       HMH
-'Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
nOOMB AVCMK
r��INCi Rl'PEKT
Real Estate
Lut for S.I. In S��-ti.,n :.. Block Si. Lot IS. Tth
Ave.   Apply MUe Kutkh. Box .*.��. City.      tf
Will buy Iota >n Prince Rupert at barvain price,
fur caah. Apply P.O. Box *e1 stating location,
price, etc. 231-lf
-r���;���������
...,i Notice to Ratepayers
Lot on Park Ave.. $1675: one-third cash
- , .    ,     . .     OOarkk.-S-pCr.    l"*,::,i   lO   aA.,ll\
I. orner Lot in section 1. with income' Of   muwoner ol Land, (jr
Jii per roonth; (2625.
Lot   17.   block   LM. Metion   1.
provementa, 18800.
to a wire received by J.
ers this morning.
H. Rog-
Princess May South
The C.P.R. s.s. Princess
May left for the south this
morning carrying mail and
a number of passengers. She L,^'i. aZ 12. block ss, section ���;,
brought a small shipment of
ice from the north for Prince
Rupert.   The Princess  Ena
is tlischarging coal.
Get the "Walk Over" shoe at
Si-.itt. Freuul -i* Co., ami lie comfortable an.l fashionable.
c-o.1 aad patnlHa on and
. .   . laad on eiratiain lialnd deac
Wttll Itll-       . ,>:,in.,.|,cii.g al a po��t
ol e . 1:. K. Coal Lt-u. No. IS, muked N
.*. r,.,-r C, t. li. Coal Luw Xo. li, thrnce Kali
I.Ot A. OlOCk X*, MCuOn o. 51.uK'. Ml chairai.   thence cut  Mi chain.,  thenc.  north
Lot S. hlock IT. section 5, 11800; terms Z^nx"""" ""* " 0tata lo ""^ ol "Jnv
of half cash, balance in t>. 1*2 and 1> 1 ��*.-d��*-*(*. 11,UIL c. K. BAINTKR, Locator
months. i-a.,..-.pt.*:j.
Lots  15  an.l  lt>.   block  9,   sectie.n   5.   .; ,     , ���.   .     _,         .          _,   ,
Minn ,,.;- >kcvr,a Land Dutrict���Dutrict ol gueen t harlot-..
f-ua. pair. ,    Take notice that thirty day, (rom date. I. .    R
Lots   15   ami   lei.   block   4 section   5.   Painter ol Prince Kuperi. ll. C. by occupa.ioi
^i-��.*.i   .o.l, ���   ,.,c%. , ,.av,c i.H,kk.v|HT. intend lo apply to the Ch*el e'om
11260 each, eaaj terms. 3233! ol Uaeta lor a licence to proapect loi
Double corner  on   Ninth   Ave.,   $1850  re-*** **** *r****m on an.l under eio acr>�� el
,,-lr      Viiev *_ama i*~'t* on Oraham [aland di-Mrihed aa lollow..*
pair.     ��..��*.-.  leiiii.. Commetciru at a poat planted two rail��� nolrh
I.ot 7. block 'JO. section   6, tl800l   half   el,uke marked C. E. B. teal Uut No ��. mar..'-
.'ash   Inlinea^ nn.. v..*ir N* *'������ **"" C. K. B. Coal Uu�� No. 5. Ihenc.
ea.-n. naiance oiu year. _���u,h M chllint thMC, WM. N c ^^ tttan
Lot :! anil 4. block -7. section 6, S2S00 norU M chains thenc. ems: M> cha.n. to place ot
 .*_. i,.|r ,...1, coinme:.cement.
Datad Saftf. 11,11.1.
f���r   l'ut>. Sapt. io.
$-'170 pair.
Lot in block 87 close to McBride street
for $!k*e>; easy terms.
Lot   ���"..   block   A. section 7. with house.
���}'."**".  terms  of $7,"h.  cash, balance
&V1 per month.
Lots  14  and  15,   block   12.   section 7.
JiaHi pair.
Lots .1 and :-.. block J.'i. section 7. for
1816 each.
Lots 3 and 4. ble.ck 22. section  7.  $550
each: any reasonable terms.
Lots  40  and  41.   bh*>ck  ti.   section   7,
11100 pair.
Lots   11   and   12.   block   22.   section S.
1800 pair: half cash. bai. I, 2. 3 years.
:, B. C,  hy occupatio.' y^���
,ply to tr..- e'l.i.-l eV-n- I j
liC'iice to pro.pect (, ��� f o. I .
md under .id acr.-. . i stenographer
��v'ni��t-d A* lollow,: . m r ,
planted   tWO   mil,-.   IIQItl 4.--^aa.^..Sfc.��.^aa��^^.^^.^...-^..a%...-fc,.^ n-��-^
No.    IS.    **  ila,-|    '.      �� ,.
laulern .tcnoirrapher of wide experience want.
p.*��ltion. Addre*. "Sten>vn��pher." SS3 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B C. l-f    I
For Sale
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Hay's Creek Sewer By-law
The following is a resolution of the
Council passctl re the above Sewer Bylaw:
"That in carrvinjr out thc provisions of the Hay's Creek
Sewer By-law, the city engineer be instructed to construct a
temporary outlet before thc
sewer is used."
Ernest A. Woods,
City Clerk.
NOTICE!
We have clients
for property on
Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth
Aves., close in.
Submit your listings
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Second Avenue Prince Rupert    {.'}
n:S!S:S:G:S:Sn^(nS:SUS:2S2:^S^^^^
For Sal<���Wardrob. tror.k In lirat claatcnditi. n.
Apply Room JS. Uinh Ave. Went.      HMH
For Sale ��� Complete cabin fumtahlnca. Includ-
fntr cook atove. table., chair*, tal lew.r.. ....k-
In-r utenalli. bedi. wrlth coal and pr,*>,., -n. .��:.*.
C DuranL Hayl Bidir. .* I-.*
C. E. BAINTER. Local.*
Savoy Hotel
Advertise in
The Daily News
Choice Wtne�� and I'i.*.:.
Skaena Lard DUitrict���DL'-.rict ol ejuren Clra'.'.t.
Take r.ot'Ce that thirty dayi Irom dat.. 1. C E
Bainur of IVince Rupert. B. C. by occup.tion
l*ookk��-per. intend lo apply lo the Chiel *. .*���;..
miMioner of Laid, lor a licence to proap.-ct I.r
coal and i-.tn l.-um on and under t,l-, .ere. ol e'.-r. Fra^r and Sth.
land on liraham laland dee-cnled a, followa:
Commer.cirjj at a po��t planl.-d two mile, aorlt   RUPERT'S    PALACE     OF     COMFORT
o! C E. B. Coal Uaa. No. I. marked X,. E. Ba,-t..-
N. V.'. corner Coal Leaa* No. 6. there. MUtl _______________________________
chaini.  thence eaat  SO chain,,  ihenee  norlh   �����    ------^mm.
chaina. thence w*��t *jei chdlna to plac ol com-        	
mencement. _���������__���__������aa^^i^fl^^i
Hated *-*pl. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER Loeat. ���    ���** w   m   m
Pub. Sept. XI
Skeena Land lli.trict ���l..��:rict ol Queen Charloti.
Take notice that thirty day, Irom dale, 1. e*. I.
Bainter ol Prince Rupert. B. C.. by oc*.-
bookkeeptf. intend to .pply to th. Chief Cor*.-
miwionerr of Land* lor . lie. nee t.< pr,*.p.-ct I.-*
coal and  petrolcura en  and unlet *M*1 acna of
Social on Tuesday
Cookie Social anil Musical Entertainment will be held in the
Mclntyre Hall on Tuesday evening the 28th. piven under the
auspices of the Young Ladiea
Class of the Baptist Sunday
School   An enjoyable evening
will be spent by all those who?     ;���";;" t��o. have �� full rtgrtron i-wJgy^g^^^yS^&a
attend.    Tickets. 25c. *27>*-*- lW,^J$��Sftf'affi*i.,,��' tefi=B"j,*?&. V.'^.^S**"1^
Lots > and 9. block 20. section  S.   $750 linl nn niV_.ii falaiii'l rlMWIIiiil n Hiilnan
pr.. half  cash, balance 1. 2. 8 vears. /'.""jm"--"*8 *',* **m* ******** **"."*<!** f-ortl
_          .       .                                         '     *      . *ul ,    L tl   Coal Lea-. No. ^, .take >   W. corre-
I.OtS If, all parts of section !��� with small Coal Leaae No. :. thence north M) chair... thenn
cash  payments  and  easv   terms  on "���* S tk*in*- t**fr*e* !��utb 5 ck*"u- *��� ���
��� l,    l..,in., ..                             ' *>���" **���' chain, to place of commencement.
tne Balance. Dalad Sapt. U, IfU.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
SECTION TWO Iub.Sep-.2J
We have made a   personal inspection Skeena Land Di.--.rict-Dutrict ���f ej.een Charlotu
of section two. have   a   full   reoorr on ���Tm>�� ��o_iic��that thiny da*., Irom dat.. I. C. E.
.'��� r.   Pi A-
and Mh St
The James
Nicely fumiihed roorn.. lac.l table U-ard
Bo.rH��4 7 5 Room aad Board f 7.00
���11AL1TV H1..II PRICI-I LO��*
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GRADES  IN   SECTION  2
Before the auction of lots in section 2,
intending purchasers should carefully
SATURDAY
SPECIALS
Dainty pumps eif all kinds,
velvet, satin, etc.. at Scott. Proud
*\- Ca
and will be pleased to buy for  any
ter.iitig purchasers.
���I.NSl'RANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbous
Study the Lot Grades
third am:nie
mlMicne.- ol Lanel, lor a licence lo proapect for
coal and  petroleum on  ar.d under eMO acre, of 	
land on Graham Dlasd d.->rrit��l at lollowa: ���^*^^���
Con.mencins al a poet planted two raiie. north 1 OU can or.lv   DO   this satisfactorily by
?- e I Witt": i-*5J ��-��K ;-taT^ ?,;':'p'v ,,f,,hT lrgK SS !3^
thence ww   ao chain,, there, nuth so chaiai. *���' m- *>> ��� ' '��� ' cn.plled from offlcial rC-
tt-erceea-at .ui chirr., to plaee of commercarn��nt Cords   bv   J.  H.   I'lllsburv, CE.       Thi*
Datad Sapt-M, Itll.    C. E. HAINTER. Locator
AT THE
pub. Sep:. 11
H.I.O
(ivas full details of contours. tOpO
graphical features, street grades and
lot elevations.
PRICE -TWO DOU AR--
For Sa | at the Office- ,,f
C B. SCHREIBER * CO.
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MEMORAM DUM
NTIL  9   O'CLOCK
We   Loaned
Money
at
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Let us loan you ihimMty to bay orjbai.J a  house  or pay off a mortgage
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block. Third Avenue. Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver. B. C.
Acme Clothing House
Intending Purchasers
of Section 2 Lots
Nov. 2V*th ia the date set for
the selling by auction of Lots jJf
in Section 2. If you wish to
get a lot send us your instructions to buy. together with the
cash for the amount you care
to put in.
Term? of Sale * One quarter
cash and balance In 1, 2 and 3
year? at 6 per cent.
Stanfield's Red Label Underwear   -   $1.00 gar.
Stanfield's Blue " 1.25
Penman's Wool Unshrinkable Underwear .75
Cluett Peabody American shirts, regular
price $2.00, now       -       - 1.25
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
���Second Ave..
Limited.
Princ* Rupart B.C.
Chimney Sun-ping rat Firmcc Qtum*
Prepare for witter by getting your fnr*
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
PilCail (kiawi Sw| telehru   Ixi Hn.1. <r
Phone 71
TRY THE ������NF.WS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
Saturday, November 25th, Only
Acme Clothing House
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