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Array -'
out/  work today?
The  News'   Want   Ad.
Way.
Daily News
NEXT MAILS
For South
.Sunday 8 p.m.
PROPERTY HOLDERS' ASSOCIATION
GAVLUE VOTE FOR CANDIDATES
Executive Recommended Aid. Newton, but Frank Mobley's Name
Was Proposed From Body of the  Hall���Chairman Voted
in General Ballot So Was Unable to Give Casting Vote
FRANK MOBLEY
ENTERS CONTEST
owing to the chairman, Mr. E.
Gampp, having cast his vote with
lhc general ballot instead of re-
lerving it for use In the event of
a lie, lhe Property Holders' As-
sociation meeting last night
proved abortive so far as their
definite endorsement of any mayoral candidate was oonoerned,
Twu names only were mentioned,
those of Alderman S. II, Newton
ami Mr. Frank Mobley, and each
received   an   equal    number   of
votes.
The ezeouttve committee rec-
iiniiiH'iiiled Mr. Newton's name,
but it was explained that at the
lime the recommendation was
made there was no assurance that
Mr. Mobley would consent to run.
Mr. 0. Shaw ami S. Lo Ulanc
spnko hi favor <��r Mr, Newton, ami
Aldennan Morrissey in favor .>t
Mr. Mobley, The latter, while
speaking highly .if Mr. Newion us
a citizen and as a man, said thai
lie was certainly nol a propor
iiiiiii in he iiiini'' mayor, lie
pointed out thai in every municipal election since Prinoe Ituporl
was Incorporated Mr. Newton had
broughl mil a man for mayor, an.l
discovered lhal bo ha.l made a
mistake. Whal assurance h;.<l he
Hint li>> was nol making a mistake
I Ills lime.
Upon a vote being taken it was
discovered    lhal    lho    meeting
"I 31 lu 31, The chairman
mis invited In use his casting
vole, imi he announoed that he
min already voted,   ll is undor-
-i I  Unit   it   was  cast   for  Mr.
Newion,
I inlef lha eircuiiisliiuces the
meeting decided lo adjourn with-
.tiii taking further action. No
-'. pa were taken in regard lo the
.lil.'iiiiaiiic candidates, alihi.ugli
ilu- fullowlng names had been
l-eciillllin-liileil   Hi   the   executive's
reporl: Kor Ward '-'. II. F. Mo-
llae, W, T. Robinson, T. H&llland,
I*'. i.niiint* and li. ll. Morrison;
for Ward 1, George Prttsell, 1". G.
Dawson and Alderman D. Morrls-
Will Oppose Aid. Newton for
Mayor for 1912 ���Will Announce Platform on Tuesday
and Start Campaign.
Al noon inilay Mr. Prank Mob-
loy made lhe announcement lo
Tho News Hint lie hud decided to
enter lhe iiiayni-iil contest nt the
request at citizens from all parts
of lho oily. A petition had been
presented to turn mid the result
of ihe meeting in Presbyterian
Hall lasi nighl wns looked on as
a favorable expression, from a
quarter Ibat had I n represent-
JAP KILLS FELLOW COUNTRYMAN
IN BUNKHOUSE AT OCEAN FALLS
Y. Yoshio is Arrested ai d Charged With Murder, But Pleads That
the Shooting Was the Result of an Accident---Two Shots
Were Fired and Entered Victim's Head as He Slept
MISS CAMERON'S PIONEER MATCH
AMPLE REVENGE   IN EVERY WAY
Had Taken Away Her Means of     on sunna.
Living.
ai Mrs. Pankhursl's meeting in
Weds William Telgs.
-mother "Pioneer" wedding in
I more   senses   than  .'lie  will   lake
Ipin >n Sunday afternoon wh.-n
""" "w" -^m^_ Hev. W. II. M.l I will sitl.'iuii-
of the distinguished Knglish suf- ,���,<   lha  wedding  ".   Miss  Olga
speech of MissI Pelorson t.< Mr. William Telgs,
Tho bridegroom Is a regular ,>l>l-
if I'rince Hupert and
Viotorla a few nights ago tho spe
rial feature was not lhe sp h
frngette, but III     ^^^^^^^^
Agnes Deans Cameron, ui which
Agnes Deans Cameron, in w*"��MUmo pioneer of Prince Ruport anu
she heaped  coals of lire oil the J        .^ ��� w.-ll-ku-.w.. and
head of Premier McBride, wh.. -��",_,  though  youthful    old-
 Urn*  I.I.-.11  nWilV herlP",U ...:,..    ..nil   il .IVCf
llt'llll   Ol    l-ieini ��� ��� I a a, at
few yean ago had taken W*'^
means of livelihood as a teacher.
Premier McBride had promised
to allenri, but al the last minute
changed his mind. Mr. Bowser.
Hon. Dr. Young and Hon. PMOe
F''son were '..���"���sre, however
Miss   Agnes   Deans   Came OT.
who seconded a vote of Ihnnks to
the speaker of  the  evening, referred to the  fact, lhal the last
time she had  appeared before a
political audience in Victoria was
when she was appealing for the
suffrage of the men to elect her.
a discharged civic servant. M 'J
member or the  school  boaM ol
the city.    On that occasion tbey
had done her the honor of giving
her  n   majority  which  was  not
equalled by any other oandidate
nt lhat election and placing noi
at the head of the poll for ***��
school board.    This was following lho taking away of ���"'���' ""1*
honorable   means   of   livelihood,
her certificate  as a teacher. n>
thc Government of the Province.
Afler following a profession in
which ninny yeors were spent ant
to which she had devoted the best
years of her life, the only means
sho had of making a living, her
certificate    was    most    unjust*.*
taken away by a government <���'
which Hon. Itichard McBr.de was
the head.   Later on she hail   en
Victoria, with her living to maki.
with a bill of some $8110 piled UP
in her light fo* justice to meet,
and sought, other means 01 can -
ing her living.   She landed in (.h'-
cago without moans and with no
prospects, but by her pen MM a
a speaker she had been enabled I"
support   herself,   nn.l   ����.*��"'
successes were well known 10 Hi'
people   among   whom   she   nau
lived so long. .
When, having made a name for
hersolf in tho great world of lot- ,
ters and travel, she came home
for a season her fellow OllUeM
had seen 111 to extend to her IM
,  honor of n public reception,    r*
'few ovonings  after she had  ***
privilege of telling them of soni.
of  some  Of  her   Impressions  01
thc Motherland, and on that 000B-
sion the chair hnd hen OOOUpieo
by tho leader of the same Koyern-
ment which lind ruthlessly tak. n
from her the certillente which In"'
been her only means of making
hor   livelihood   and   forcing   ******
afler many years of efficient labor
In   her   chosen   sphere,   to   scot
..f iho oily, *���* �����'�� employee
Pioneor Laundry.   -\** ���*��
���f fact, sh'- ll ""   '"'I'1
lo   be   supi.in.l   by   the
...inl.  in ll"' ~*i''* ,r *
Thoy aro gelling lo call
if the
mallei
bride
im.inc.'i
inonlh.     im*. ...^-^^^
ihe Thir.l avenue establishment
"the matrimonial bureau" now,
ami it has been suggested Itint a
sign.   "You   furnish
we'll furnish lhe
I... painted on ttiw. _	
kinds ,.f )i i wishes ac showered "ii ih.- young couplo by Iholr
friends, ami especially lhe Pioneer -lalT.
lhe
Inline
in-ill..." should
. bulldfhg.   A"
LADY PROFESSOR
IS IN SCANDAL
Madamo Curio, Discovorer of Radium, Cited as Co-respondent
in a Noted Divorce Case.
Canadian I'ress Despatch.)
Paris, Deo. .'8.���Tin- name of
Mine. Curie,>tha discoverer of radium, and ..ne of lhe most prominent prof���'.is of chemistry ni
the College ol France, was olted
loday in a petition Hied in the
dlvor url l>> lhe wife >>f Professor Langevln, also a professor
f general and experimental
physics nl the College of l-'rance.
Th.-   letters   ellod   bj   Mme.
t.iiligevin   iiieliiile   several   whieh
Mine. Langevln removed surrop-
iiiiMti-h fi-.iu uu apartment
where her lnisl.au.I is said lo have
constantly mot Mme Curie, mid it
is hinted Ihoy show thai rolalioni
ol greal Intimacy existed, while
il   ���,!.,,  ||   .mil   Ihey  disci..se   llie
attempts made by Mine- I'.urio to
separate Professor Langevln
from in- wife.
Bj  ihe Venluro this morning
there arrived rrom ocean Kails
a Japanese named Y. Yoshio in
custody.     He   is   responsible   for
lhe death of u fellow obuntryman
whose name the police live not
ascertained.   The man was killed
by Iwo shots from a double barrel.'.I .luck gun which was discharged iu the hands <>f accused
its  he was  leaving a bunkhouse
in which the victim was sleeping.
The shots enii'i'i'.l Hie mini's lieu.1
ami  neck as he lay in his bunk.
There is only ono witness of tho
affair,   am.ther   Japanese,   who.
however, saw nothing, as be wks
in his bunk ami out of sight at
the lime.   Accused's pica will be
Iluii lhe gun wns itcci.lenlally dis
charged, and us far as is al pres-
cnt kiiiiwii ihere is no motive for
murder, though Hi.- Japanese in
ciisiuilv is charged formally with
murder, meantime. The prisoner
���mis m,-i ii\ Constables Peck and
Viiitnis loday on the arrival of lhe
Von lure. Tho case is a Provinolal
om' ami will coino up as goon as
evidence is ready. The oecur-
I'l-nee  look  place  al   8:llu  mi   the
morning of the .nth.
THE WEATHER.
Twenly-four hours ending B
a. in.. Doc. iiiiiii: liai'.. 29.976;
max. temp., 16.0; min. temp.,
I l.o.
NEW YEAR 8ERVICE
Rev.  W.  H.  McLeod  Will Speak
on Seasonable Topic.
Vm arc Invited t>. hear Hev.
Warren n. MoLeod's sermon tomorrow evening, New Year's Eve,
ni 7::to i,cluck. His interesting
subject will In- "New Year Heso-
I.it ions should we commend or
condemn lho old-fashioned practice >.r making good resolutions?"
Sl runnel's ami wsitnrs always
welcome, Bervlcos held In Mc-
Inl.M'e Hall mi Third avenue, near
sixth street.
_i
Pantorium
Phone '..
Pioneer   Cleaners.
WATER BYLAW   SKEENA STRIKE ITOTAL BUILDING
WAS PASSED
ed ..~ M.l.'i-inun N.���wion's stronghold.
Mi. Mobley stated that he will
publish his platform iu the newspapers of next Tuesday and commence an aolive cumpiiigu.
G. LP. OFFICIALS
HERETROMOTED
Now Uptown Omcos to B^ Opened
- t P���A E- McMaster
by tho 0. T. P���-�����
to Havo Charge-- T.* ���*
mer. Superintendent of Wharf
SaSH FACTORY DESTROYED
Gordon   Company   al  Vanoouver
Suffers Heavy Loss.
Vancouver,   Dee.   M.   A  dis-
Inatrons ti..' whieh broke out this
Friday    morning at  3 o'clock
completely doslroyed the mill and
Llani <<f Hie Gordon Bash and
liiu.r Compan)
New Year's Danee.
Herald tlie New Year with merriment ami .lancing feet. He in
cheerful company with bright
music, light and life and laugh-
tec. In fact. In- one of the merry
New Year's ilanee party In be held
on Mon.lay night in Mclnlyre Hall,
i .ray's orchestra will be there
Willi nil the latest and in.isl seasonable music. The noor will be
like ii polished mirror. All the
boys and girls are bound i" be
ihere.   Don'l yon be oul <> fit.
Full   course   meal   Wo.     Hon
Ton Cafe n
PrinM import's leading hotel������
Saxoy.
Two Thousand Copies to Be
Printed and Distributed ��� A
Lengthy Dooument with Many
Provisions.
A .special meeting of the City
Counoil was held at 2 ..'cluck yesterday   aft.'rm...u   to  consider  a
, number >>f local improvement bylaws and In lake the new Water
I bylaw through its ilnnl stages.
Tlie Waler bylaw has now passed
its Ilnnl reading and comes into
force next week. Tenders are lo
be called for the printing of two
llimisauil COpiOS  of  lhe liylnw  for
distribution amongst tlie principal householders, plumbers nml
water users of the cily. The bylaw is a lengthy one involving
many provisions affecting water
users, builders nnd pipe litters.
Amongst olher points may be
in.t.ml the one making the house
lownor responsible for keeping Ins
pipes from fi /.nig and threatening dire penalties on the good
Samaritan who "lends" a little
waiec to n frozen up neighbor.
STIU ACUTE   FOR THE YEAR
i
Warning Notices Posted Today���E.uildings lo Value of $265,771
Statement That Men Demand | Were Ereeted in Prinoe Rupert
$5 Instead of $3.75 per Eight      During  the  Past  Year���Many
Hour Day.
Important Structures.
Yellow slips are scattered about
Un- town today warning workers
I., keep away from sk>*>*nu River
Crossing as the strike ttiere is
still continuing. The warnings
are published by Hie local I. W.
W. branch.   Clroumalai s of the
strike as far its oan be ascertained are lhat the "samlhogs"
employed excavating for the
bridge cats.mis demand 18 ln-
sieud ..f s:t.T5 for a n.-ight-linur
.lax.    It  was staled Ibis morning
b) \. ii. Morse, secretary of the
I. W, w. hero, Unit a general
-Hike is iii progress al lhe cross*
mu l.'ilit. mui that at least 200
men are involved, including mechanics. The nolice issued says:
"The men are mil for betler conditions nil around,"
Scandinavians.
Don't miss the dance in the K.
of   1'.   Hall   on   Saturday   niehl.
Gray's orchestra will play,    a
i* I program mid refreshments.
I Gentlemen 11.50; Indies free.   31
Wall for the big .lance Monday.
New Year carnations at Craig's
Studio. It
GREAT FIRE
AT HALIFAX
Hu.i.lum lo ihe value of over u
luarter nf a million dollars has
been dun.* iii Prince Hupert durum lhe pasi twelve months, ac-
cordlng   lo   the   returns  of  the
HiiiIiIiiik Inspector today.    Pol-
lowing are the llgiires by months
r..r 1911:   .Inniiiiry, $1,950; February.   $0,400;   March.   $12,131;
April    122,0(0;     May,    $25,100;
June,    129,928;   July,   $32,075;
August, $58,115; September, 111.-
628; Ootober, $20,375; November.
19,300; December, 930,125.   Total. $21.5,771. Amongst the buildings erected during the past year
are lhe Hnys building, new wholesale slores on the waterfront, llio
Westholme block and many line
now residences.   The new Mctlio-
tlist   Church,   fire  hall  and  Cily
Kali, and Westholme opera House
are approaching completion.
flood eats!    Bon Ton.
lt
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE
Japanese Steamers Will  Oall at
All Puget Sound Porta.
iSSl��>
New Year. 1912, brings an im-
portanl   change   in   ihe  Grand
itiiik Pacific local ofllolal list.
the position of gi-n-
Iha iraiiei' il.'i'iu't-
_ n Mr. a. K.  Mo.
Muster,    wlm   tins    Innl    entire
charge .���! lhc iloamshlp depart
nienl and passenger busln. is al
llie wharves during "��������� ��.isi year.
In pin .f Ml
**-"   '  " -I-H    v~,,.h Grows Up Dissipated
In England Her Boy Will Not be io-  .,__  _ Am(frlc
Mrs. Wm
Promotion t
oral Bgonl >"'
incnl   ' ""���
18,      New
York
Mrs.
the I*11*      . .
 ��� *|T,a,flw!
r,wh:,,.chK'��'��^iMnri
mors, wno i ,,M,,.,*i,*ii *
McMaster has_.llll ���-Jongon,cnU
* * Y...H,!r..-day  that
""'""V   ' ceils   willow  Of Um
w;^;:1"''--:l'l',���,M'���kl,::'
""'     ,,,.,. .,,,1. William ���*���������
���wwssn
 -��S5-tf��
continued      Mrs.
grow  up  'rich.'    I
,. taking
I...I 8. h
he roi
in.' department.   ���--     M ,���,
,,1't'   *��*'��**   mZ     M|.     M.M'-1"'
town   oftler*   rm     ' ,,���.,.
e.herealMl"'.-;.'";",1,:,,, nd
****** ,,f ""        l'.i. linos will be
- '���  p' -""',"       suporintend-
enc. i""1 '"     '   ���f ihe grow-
wider drvolopmr arlnienl.
Ins i"'M,"w'    ,,,,. has not  >***
The upw*�� '' ���  ma)  be
b �� -""���"I. ".V. ,. , 'tv '"'
��� iimr ^^^^^^^^^
mi vmorican.
" ,|   Hint   lie   f*"'1     .    ,   *,.
* '"'      ��� Breai fortuni
^^^^_^_^
I..,,11  will   ll',,"l'"
will mm bu
in grow i��P
 uphere.
n�� saying
iiuii mj
head If'he is ��llow��l
|n ftn American al-
Mr
Hi     ���***  A
I is is (juotea
leemi
'" "", "lut** tnik of mui..
wol'lh
,r iiiis_^
office has
[oltled "i1""'
... ��� - .    rr    p    pi.
eroded on ��������� '
may be rented.
��'"^,.,,';;:;'i.!!'ni"'r^h��_:
art.
while.
M.i'i ad
llterniure   ,,,,",,|.;.ll���'.l, ���,,d eoun-,
tlll.   II   ������*'   '������",    on),     Hike    tl"
irywnmcn ��������    ������'���t������'s of n.<
SSIS?'? ��� ���
impnrlnni ,!",;^(.ll,���, ������. conch
,,i      n would he
'""���"��� """u,, .��� r,i bta. ror
i-"'1'' "r '���"   ������.  ,', nee, i"
S :;r-! ������ "
nn iollon.
Mrs. I	
.mu I���' i"*'1"'
after her ������<>*
eiiieriv lady iqme
.   worlh
rote��,
Kngland her home
desiring to ��c"d..S
flowere. ordered
,.f    \iiiel-i.'��"
llell.ll>
don't ilnnl. young Aiiiei'iciin men
of wealth are a eie.lii iii soolety,
Their wealth  mokes them  .lissi-
iiiie.i.   in Etngland it is different.
They have n lol of healthy amuse-
in cuts  ami  (.row  up  Strong  and
I clean-cut.   Then, lop, at an English school no one will toady In
William.    They   will respect  him
for what ho i*. nol whal ins
father made for him.
"ri... .f w111tiiiti is brought up
in Rngland he will learn to love
outdoor  sports.     He  will   gel   lho
point "f xiew of ii young English-
iiiiiii. a belter one, I think, Hum
lours, ami he xxiii learn Hint overdrinking is noi tolerated In good
society, as  I   feiu   it  is
s'liiiellllies."
here
Venture Takes Run.
in place of the "old reliable"
Camosun, whioh li on the over.
haul  slips,  the  Venture  look  the
VancnuvetvStewarl run this weak.
Tho   Venture   arrived   here  early
nn- morning,
Choicest   li'Hiors and cigars
Savny.
King  Edward   Hotel  Destroyed���
Sailors from H. M. S. Niobe Are j lablialinn-nl
Fighting the Flames.
Halifax, l  80,   A Ore which
has already destroyed the Kmu-
Edward Hotel, one of the largest
in Hie city, ami llu llhor buildings is nming hero. The I"-- already is estimated at $2110.000.
The local ami the Dartmouth departments are augmented l.y 200
sailors from the oruleer Niobe,
wlm are ii.it'-ii. lhe llamcs in
.pro temperature with a gale
blowing. All of Hm guests
escaped, bui were forced to abandon iheir belongings,
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
I. 0. 0. F. to Meet on Tuesday.
List of Officers.
'iu Tuesday  evening the local
lodge or the I. 11. 0, r. will meet
in Hie lx'. of P. Hull I" Install their
.iiiiiii. it 1012. The following
are iiie gentlemen ilms honored;
In-. Cade, J. P. <*<���: \. ii'ingliis,
N   .. :   V II. Allison. V. li.: W. G,
Barrio, 11. 8,; G. Thorne, !���'. B,
ll.-fi-.'slum nts  nml n  social  even-
uil wiii in- pari of the entertain.
tlielll.
1 Canadian  it.  ���   Dcapatch.)
Vanoouver, Dae .20.���The es-
��� f  a   new   Japanese
leatnshlp line is announoed,   It
is likely  I., lake in all the Sound
porta  as well  as  Vancouver and
Viotorla.   Mitsui tV Go, of Toki..
are roported lo be the promoters.
Mr, T.  Nelson  Dunn, who has
been  associated  wiih  Ibe   I'rince
Hupert Hardware ��v supply Co.,
will leave shortly to accept a po-
-1I1011 with the Kaien Island Hardware Co.
Tabriz Is Oaptured.
Iiiini/.  Dec,   30,    During   the
iiinc-din. Metre ending l"'ln\ with
Hu*  napltu f  Hie cily by   lhc
Hussions ihe Persians lost se-
vei'ch. The Ruttlan losses were
between tun nnd 2011 men killed
Scandinavian Danoe.
In the larger K. of P. Hall, not
in Carpenters' Hall, the Scandinavian. Iiiiiii Iheir social this
af tor noon for lhe youngsters and
dance lonighl for grown-ups.
I'ln- national flags of Norway.
Sweden, Britain and Canada feature  in  iii.- decorations,  xvhich
were iliine this morning.
NEW YEAR SERVICES
Rev.  F. W.  Kerr Will Speak In
Empress Theatre on Sunday.
\ special New Year service will
lie held 111 the BmpreSS Theatre
li\ Hex. I'. W. Kerr on Sunday
evening al 7:80, The sermons
Will be nn New Year resolutions.
A good way to end the old year
and begin the new is to go to
Ohuroh OU New Year's BVA, Morning services In Presbyterian Hail
nl II ..'cluck. Strangers cordially
invited.
If hungry!    Bon Ton. U ... ��� .���   P*'~-
THE DAILY NEWS
'
Do You Want a Buyer for It ?    Try the News Want Ad. Way.    It's a Good 0
Wishing you tho Compliments of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
eeeeVa-'OSlaeee
I    Wa are not going to carry them over, but have decided to
sell at a price that will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
m FURNITURE STORE
Seeond Ave. and Sixth St. Phone 62.
Entranoe on Second Avenue.
T
isl-~-.ai**'~-.si*-mi-^i.^i**-_.
���a\*\***%*lt*r***
���f
Special Shipment of Turkeys
.swagi
r^SCT)
Juat received a large shipment of fresh Turkeys and Poultry
for New Years.
None Left Over From Christmas.
Lowest Prices
...FrizzelTs Meat Market...
*=:
MCINTYRE BLOCK, THIRD AVENOE
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Mfaan^a  ���
The News" Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THERE   ARE   NO   "DEAD   ONES"   HERE-
sssfl
*x*am*\m
ytgft*
****** DR.
������101
ALL HOT AIR
Aid.    Newton    Raises    a    Bogey
Whioh Tails Flat Laat NighL
m
py ts hot mm bottle he
i ���OURS ARE GUARANTEED -
Best Red Rubber���New Stock-2 and 8 quart
C. H. ORME The Pioneer Druggist PHONE 82
TJte ^eXOJJ-l Store
_4'~>"^ '��� "fcii'fciie-ii
m~6
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Fiie. fcMOftf ta|6S.
Other Stoves from $16.
WB   RAVI   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
*******
Talnkm 10
v^^wiwust*
k b Tlie Trained Man or Woman
to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a business   career you must give
them s business training.   The best plaee to send them to is the :
Naaajnw Business College
It is the nearest business*
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fee. sre within reach
ot r-styone. Its tuition is
persons!, snd develops the
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is chesp
in Nsnslrnc The pupils
are away from the distractions of the larger cities   .
ansa:
0* ikorllua-l tears* isciafa InliM n
Tbe Hen Pitman System of
Shorthand .
Business Kng lish and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Offlce Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
tpXft
Without nolice of motion Al-
il.M'inan Newton brought up at
lust night's Council meeting thc
old question of the box drain
passing under the Empress Theatre; Hu saiil tho matter was
most urgent because a new lawsuit, was threatened the city over
it. This he had gathered from
an interview with Mr. Stephens,
manager of tho theatre.
As one of the directors of the
ll.eiitre, Alderman Kirkpatrick
suid ihe matter was all hot air.
There would be no lawsuit. Tho
theatre company realized how tho
cily was situated over the matter
and that nil possible had been
done to abate the nuisance until
a sewer can be put in. Alderman
Newton said he had done his duty
and sat down.
HAD A CHRISTMAS TREE
In tin* Majestic Theatre yesterday afternoon the children of the
Human Culholic Church were entertained wiih a gorgeous Chrisl-
inns I ree. Every ono got several
presents and a thoroughly enjoyable lime wns spent. The program included un exhibit of moving pictures, a piano solo liy Mr.
Dollar and the following recitations by lhe children: "What
She Suid," Thelma Nchring;
"Saint Nicholas," Clnrioe Griffith;
"A Foreign Father," Matthew
Ni'lii'ing; "A Little Girl's Plaint,'*
Loutse Howell; "Kentucky Philosophy." Helen Shirley; "The Vin-
tor," Alice Barley; "The Troubles
of Pa," Willie Rowell; "A New
Fashioned Xmas," Norma Shirley.
Credit is due lo Mrs. Fred
Hii.-hie fm- the success of the en-
lei-lniiiiiient. Mrs. Besner donated a walch and a doll which
were railed off among the boys
and girls. Hev. Father Btinor expressed his appreciation at the
close f��r the line entertainment
given.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
TU
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
I'.S. -Ilou-wa uid Kraut..
^i . n . ii . .. ^,i fcH~l ' ak*x . " a, ***
J For Rent
1'- ��� -i i"iirin i in. *****   i���i ii~    p
For Rent���Two roomed ctbln, clone to McBride.
frostily papered and clean, only $10 per month.
H F. McRae 4 Co. t-f
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Insurance
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OUR Coitipanlei are noted for prompt and juit
settlement*. We write evory known clasi of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty nnd Insurance Ca
r
Wanted
W.nUd���G.n.r��18.rv.nt.    Other ni.lil k.*in.
Apply Mra. 1,. W. Patmore. tf
Maternity nun. open fur cninutement. Apply
Box 2169 Newi. tf
Wanted. ��� I.r.-.Biti.kitiii. cleaning* untl |ift-.i-
in-r. r.'i.iiii inK for men .ml women. Mra C'harlo.
Perch.r. 820 Third Ave.   Phon. 291 Red.     If
Wanted to rent or leue by first oi January. 6 or
r. room modern bouae. cloie in. Statte termi lo
Box 89.
Wanted���Young man, thoroughly acquainted in
Men*. FurniahlniiB line, to take poaiUon In
Prlnee Itupert from Jan. 10th, 1912. Writ. Box
102. Dally New. Offlce. 293-29S
WANTED���A linn lu sell lhc new model
Na   iu  Smith-Premier  typewriter,   the
iiiirii iiuii lime ever produced.    Jaiucs F.
Morris   Co.,   1087   Granville   St.,   Vm.
Oliver. 294-990
WANTED    -   Minii-tuil   k-..iiil -. *. .n.l Ii.iiiiI
furiilliire   to   slock   three roomi���bed,
sltllns mom, dining room and kilclieu.
Apply box B, New*, omce. 296-997
SITUATION winted���Younr mm with experience   in  dra.irr.linr  and   survcyior
work; references.    Box 1990, News.
290-30(1
1836 1911
The Bank of
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Stenographer
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position. Addreai "Strnntfraphcr." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
75 Tears to
Capital nnd Reaerve Over $7400,000
Banking by Mall
is a great convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
Deposits may be sent in, cash
drawu, or other business trans-
i.'ted by Mail, without any
'.rouble or delay.
Write or ask our Local Manager to explain   our  system to
you.
prl_.ee Rupert Branch-
F. S. LONG, Maaaaer.
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DON'T worry aboul rainy days.    Wo do
family   washlnr  al   96   piece!   for   one
dollar.
I'll, me
989-300
mma,n,,m      .,      ..      ,,,vw*       IV.       VMV
Special care riven line nanueli.
IIS.   Pioneer .-ii.uii Laundry.
Lost and Found
p..IND - \n Irish terrier female pup.
��� iwncr may Have same by paylnr for
this  eul   al News omce.. .'vsir
Water Notice
1. Alfred Chriitlan (>arde uf Prince Rupert, occupation Minintf Knifineer. rive notice that on the
2Mh day of DecemhtT. 1911. I Inund to apply to
Ihe Water CommiMtoner at hii office in Prince
Kupert for a license to tako and uae two cubic
feet of water per fte-cnnd from an unnamed atream
In the Dittrict of Cua��l Kanv* %* Skeena I>i\ i-i.-n,
1-4 mile eait of the Tyee Station. Q.T.P. Rr.
The water It to pe uk��n from tbo- atream about
one half mile abovp ita ,milet. and io to bo uaed
for devoloplnir power for aquarritt-uated al lho
outlet of ��td creek, along- tbe Railway rrodo.
ALFHRD CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th, 1911. d-*7
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
AT THE-
I"liy laa ill tbe Difference Between Sicceu and Failure (o Yoa
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
IHE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C E. Pany, Priacipal Nanaimo, B.C.
i a ii .i .1 i ,i a., t��
Three lou, block 7, sectton I, 19,600 each:
', rash, iml   I, 2, 3 years it 7 per cent.
Two lols, block 29, -taction I, 16.000 pair:
14 cash, bai. 6, IS, IS months, al 7
per cent.
Two lots, block 92, section ��, 11,660; 1600
cash, lial. 3, 0, 9, 19 months
Two lou, block 9, serilon I, 1-1,600. Equity
cash.   Fine view lols.
One lol, block 6, secilos 6, f 1,600.    1300
rash, 3, o, 12 months, at 7 per cent.
one lot, block 28, seoUon 6, 1696.    1496
cash, bai. s.-.i every 3 months, al 7 per
cent.
one lol, block ll, seeilon 6, 19,960. Halt
rash, Imi. o,  19 months, al 7 per cent.
One lot, block 17, section 7, sho... 91*1111
.ash, bsl. 3, e, 19 .iiiiiiiii*i; wltb cabin,
nc lot, block in, section 7, |6S0. t.ioo
i ash, 3, 6, 19 months, al 7 per cent.
Two lols, block 17, section 7, 11,600. One-
third cash, Iml. I and 9 years, at 7 per
cent.
Two lots, hlock 12, section 7, 1660 each.
'���j cash, bat. 0, 19 months.
Two loU, block 3. seeilon  7,  1660 each.
', cash, bal.0, id, is months. .
Two lots, block  3, section  7,  |:,r.n esch.
'. cash, imi. 6, 19, 18 months, at 7 per
cent.
Four lots block 3, section 7, 1.1,000. Vi
cash, bai. A, 19, 18 months. I.arre
corner.
Three loU, block S7, section 7, 11,600. H
rash, bai. 6, 12, is months, st 7 per
cent.
Two lots, block 98, section S, f 1,000. One-
third cash, lul. 0, 19, 18 months. Corner.
Two lots, block 98, section S, I860. I960
cash, bat. 6, 19 months.
Two lou, block 19, section S, lioo each.
160 cash, bai. 116 per month.
Five lots, blook to, ieclion 8, 1976 eschi
bai. |I6 per month.
FOR RENT.
Store, Second avenue at Sixth street.
FOR   MLB.
cabin with four roomt) cheap.
Auditorium
Championship Roller Race
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Splesdid Eslry      Afrit Whs Will Wis?
OKOROK WESTON
II. M. LKVBR
It.  MKHniMG
It. SMITH
Hncp Commences al
9 o'clock 8harp
AMMSMON       -:- 25c
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better thsn cure.
It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure is impossible. Eye
trouble may be avoided by the
timely use of jrlasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and permanent impairment of sight We
are properly equipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.TJ��.  Official   W.tck   Inapeclor
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue
PHONG 82
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FRED. STORK 1
General  Hardware 1
Huililers'  Hardware
Valves ft Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
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Servian Labor  Benefit Society
No. its, S J.S.S.
Meetings held every Ul and .inl Similar of the
month in theCarpenten' Union Hall
G. Vl.'KtiVUil. T. MAZLUM.
Secretary      P.O. Box 991       President
DRIED BREWERS' GRAIN
ntran, l.rieln and wholesome, low
In waler and carbohydrates, but containing nearly double thc amount ot
tai and prolcln, pound ror pound,
ihan Ihe ordinary feedstuff! In Incel
use.   It
Ma el.   all Ihe Requirements of a
Profitable Dairy heed
snd compared In.nrlre with what Is
s.kcd for other feedstuffs
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottage? correr Second Avenue tnd
Ninth Street.
FOR   SALE
Lots In tall parts of tht city.
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent tome ol the largest Companies doing buslntn in the City.
C. D. RAND
Second Ava. Phon* 112
prolcln value for ymir nmnrv.
lne fart thst feed-
triple
.../. IU
superiority Ilea In the fact that feed-
Ins- It Inrreaaea both the Ittlal ill
(r.-aiiblc Hi-Hi,>r and ihe amount of
fat and protein in the dally ration
AND SAVES  VOU 40 TO BO
(MR OENT OR PIEO.
You   should   not   be   without   It.
Mailed train., freah and sweet from
lhe brew kellle dried In a ronilnu
mt" vacuum process by
IHE ROYAL STOCK FOOD Co.
Limited
Dryers of and Dealers In Peed
Product.
SOOTIA AND FRONT STRSSTS
VAN00UVSR, a. O.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraaar and 6th.        Ctir-te. Wine, and Clear*
tVPItrt   PALACE    OF    COMTaiT
Department of the Naval Service
RADIOTBLSORAPN SBRVIO*.
."calro icndera, addressed lo tbe uoder-
sisiinl, enuoncd "Tender for Dwtlllns
Hiiti.e** and acrompanied by t certified
. .teiiiie for io p.r. of the amount or the
lender will be received up lo noon on
. eccinl.er nisi, ltd, for ihe erection or
dwelling houses st the Oovernmcnt Wire-
leas stations at Prince Rupert, Cape Uio
nml point orey. ^
I'lnns and specincatlons may he seen at
I c fiilltiwint places:
lho Oi.vernineni Wireless Sltllons at
onint orey, cape Lato and Dia-bv Island.
I'rince niii.erl. Tbe Posiofhces at Van-
��� iiiivi'i*. Nanaimo and I'rlnce Rupert.
...e office of the District Sunerlnlrndeni,
Oovernmrnl Wireless Service. Vlrlorli, antl
urparlmrnt of the Naval Service, Ottawa.
I:haulhfirned publication of this notice
wm not receive payment.
0. i.  DESBA1IAT9,
Pepiity Minister of the Naval Service,
nepariment of Ibe Ntval Strvlce.
oiiawa. November 991b, 1911. it
ne.
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Calendar of past, present and future monlH on oaob |.
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good printer. . . Ynu can't get (rood printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good nn
equipment. If he larks the "knack," the trained
taste, the single-minded fondness for hit work which
real printers nave, he will do poor printing for you.
If he has all of these, and in addition to them ade-
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istinction, salesmanship, the lure of type-beauty.
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the presence of a good printer���who is "tatchablc."
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fresh from Japan
DRAPERIES
for that new piano
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that will grace  a table
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specially adapted for evening wear
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of the finest texture
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LAND LEASE NOTICE
LAND PUKCHA.SE NOT1.CI
Skeens   l.sn.1   lilslrlcl-District  or  Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Take nnllre. lhal William Moore, of
"aanlrli. II. <:., orcupatlon farmer, intendi
in apply for permlulon lo lease tbo rol-
Innln-r eli set Uml landa-
' '.iiuii. iti-ins al a posl planted al the
aoiiihwesi corner or Lot 1611, Masse! Inlet, ihence esil one hundred chains, thenre
solid, sluiy-mur chslns. ihence wesl io the
beach, Ihence tlonr beach to point or
ruiiinieiirctnpnl, conlalnlna* ill hundred and
rorly  (610)  acres, more or less.
WILLIAM   MOORS.
Oeorta Younr, Artnt.
Dtted Nov.  11,  1911.
Pub. Ote, ll, ISII.
Ski-ena  Land  District���Dlalrlct  or  Coaal,
ntnse 6.
Take notice thlt I, I onls Ctlerls, driver,
or Viclorla, B. C, Intend to apply lor permission to purchase the rollowlns described lamia:
ilommcnrlns al t post planled at Ihe
sntiUieast corner or Lol 1799, lhrnt*c south
60 chslni, thence west 10 rhslns, thenre
nurlh so chains, thencs eut io chslns io
P'lliu or commencement, cnntalnlnir ISO
arres, mort or lest.
LOUIS CALERIS.
.. . . ��� rr.*!rt *> Cowell, Arent.
Dated Oct. II,  Itll,
Pub. Dec. 9.
Skerna Hnd District���Dlslrlci or Casslar.
Take nolice mat James Ewlnr Mscrse.
or Vancouver, occupation real estate asenl,
intends tntbply for permission to pur-
rl.sae the roflowlnr described Isnds:
.,.J;';,mm,0,!,rll,?i V ? po_" P'a'-frt about
S.��7., ""'J1' disltnl and in an easierlv
dlrrninn rrom the Nui River, and aboul
clatit miles norlh or Alyansh Indian vlllase,
Ihence north elrhty rhalns, llience essl
eirhiy chains, ihence south elrhty chains,
Ihenee west elrhty chaini to point oi
commencemenl.
JAMES EWINO MACRAE.
Daled tm, 81, I9l"l  P' "U,"r' AWIU'
I'ub. Dee. ii.
Read Th�� Daily Ntwt
Take
Und DIWrlct-Dlalrirt n   CtiuX *****
... notice that Ml- Mao* Muiville of IU
Intond,  oempation  auiniler,  intend*.  >'   ���H'
for tH-miiaalen lo pur.li.-c lhe lollowln*! 'let***'
Itoda: .   ,_   _���,.',
Cnmmenclnt at a poal plattU.1 one chain, nn
ef the tK.utti.aat corner ol IM 6.12, ���*��"��'   "'
40 cri.tri.. thence eaat N cl aina. Ihence spit ���
ch-Utw, Ihence well 20 chain to point .'I
MMSMMi conuinlrti aEhtl'tttrn JJ*���"
ll.te.IOct. 11, Itll.       MIS   MAIl\ Ml   ���'
Pub. Nov. 11. J.hn C, Mulvilli*. 1.
Skeena  Land  D slrlrl--District  of  <���"**���
Ranre I. ,,.
Take notice that I, John Aralra. lis. ���
penter, of Viclorla, b. c, Intend lo a|i, )
lor permission lo punhaie ihu reliowiiis
.lesrrllicd lands: . . _, _���,niip
Commcnrlnr al a posl planted ali". '
and   one-half   miles   nmlli-'ast    rrom
liunke  of Trtull River, mi lh(mw     i,,   .
���I I akelse Lake, ami about nv.e <D' cl", ,
Hack   rrom  thc  wtlerrnml,  t*1^,1'"',,,,,
80 chains, thence west 80 chain",     '".,
ii'.rlli so chains, Ihence easl SO 'i.'ni.(
pnlnl   of   comnienicinciil,   conltinins
acres, morc or less. -,���,���..., m
JOHN  tftWBAC-r'l..,
Fred K. Cowell. AH.'"'
Dated Ocl. 81, 1911.      ���
I'ub. Dtc. 9.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
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OUTtf   WORK TODAY?
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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For South
Sunday 6 p.m.
VOL.11.  NO. 299
Ijkinc_ Rupekt, B.C., Saturday, December 30, 1911.
Pbice Five Cents
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PROPERTY HOLDERS' ASSOCIATION
FRANK MOBLEY
GAVE HE VOTE FOR CANDIDATES mm-C0NTEST
Will    Oppose   Aid.    Newton    tor
Mayor   for   1912 ��� Will    An-
Ftecutive Recommended Aid. Newton, but Frank Mobley's Name'  rounoa ******* *<* Tuesday
*-AVV" ** and Start Campaign.
Was Proposed From Body of the  Hall---Chairman Voted
in General Ballot So Was Unable to Give Casting Vote
Owing to lho chairman, Mr. E.
Gampp, having cast his vote with
Hie general ballot instead of reserving it for use in the event of
a tie, the Property Holders' Association meeting last night
proved abortive st. far as their
definite endorsement of any mayoral candidate was concerned.
Two names only were mentioned,
those of Alderman S. It, Newton
ami Mr. Frank Mobley, and each
received   an   e'qual   number   of
voles,
Tlie exeoulive cniiiniitlee rcc-
ommended Mr. Newton's inline,
but it was explained that at the
time the recommendation was
made there was no aaauranoe that
Mr. Mobley would consent lo run.
Mr, ii. Shaw and 8. Lo Blano
spoke in favor of Mr, Kewlon, and
Alderman Morrlssoj in favor of
Mr. Mobley, The latter, while
speaking Highly of Mr. Newion its
a i-ili/.en anil a*- a man. saitl lhal
lie was certainly nol a proper
man tn In- iiiini.' mayor. Ho
pointe.I mil tiiut in every municipal election since Prinoe Ituperl
svas Incorporated Mr. Newton bail
brought out a man for mayor, nml
discovered lhal ho bad made a
mistake. Whal assurance had he
Hint he was nut making a mistake
Ibis lime.
i pun n vole being taken II was
discovered    lhal    the    meeting
-limii .'II In 31, The t'liiiirniaii
mi. invited in use his easting
vnlo, Iiiii be announoed Hint he
mil. alread) voted, li is understood that il was east for Mr.
Newton.
I nder the oiroumslanoos the
int'i'ling decided to adjourn without Inking further action. No
steps were taken in regard to tho
eiti.'i'iiiiiuie candidates, allhougl
:li.* rollowlng names tin. 1 been
recommended   III   UlO   executive's
report: Kor Ward 2, ll. I'. Me-
Itae, w. T. Robinson, T, Mailland,
I    l.aniiie ami D. II. Morrison;
fm* Wind I, ii 'go Frlxioll, 1'. 0,
Dawson and Alderman D. Morris-
Al  noon today  Mr. Frank Mob-
loj   made  the  announcement  tn
The News Hint lie bail decided to
JAP KILLS FELLOW COUNTRYMAN
IN BUNKHOUSE AT OCEAN FALLS
Y. Yoshio is Arrested ad Charged With Murder, But Pleads That
the Shooting Was the Result of an Accident---Two Shots
Were Fired and Entered Victim's Head as He Slept
enter   II
request
uf  Hie  t
present
of   III.'
Hall Ins
a   favol
quarter
ie mayoral contest al the
of cilizens frniii ull parts
ily, A petition bad been
'<l  to  Imn  and  the  result
meoting In Presbyterian
I night was looked on as
able expression, from a
ibnl had been represent-
MISS CAMERON'S PIONEER MATCH LADY PROFESSOR
AMPLE REVENGE   IN EVERY WAY    IS IN SCANDAL
HMM'l--?_. -.- rmtmrn r=JM_= "ST ***** -TZM
Laundry In a Month Will Marry
on Sunday���Miss Oln.t Potcrson
Weds William Telgs.
Al Mrs. Paokhurst's n ling in!    ******* ' "Pioneer" wedding in
Victoria a few nights ago the spe-  "''"'"  *m**> ���������--��"���"��� *���***���  ��_�����
. |place mi >iiiniii> afternoon when
ess Scores Over Those Who
Hsd Taken Away Her Means of
Living.
.........~ __...,
ilium.  Cited  as Co-respondent
in a Noted Divorco Case.
. an.nlli.n I'ress DOSpalOb.)
Paris, Doe. Mi���iTho name of
M  r.iine..ilie discoverer of ra-
iliiiin. nml one of the most prominent professors nf ohomlslry at
was cited
rial feature was not the speech  ,.,.,. W. II. MoL I wffl solemn- ;��� -   ���
���f the distinguished English suf-,,-   the  sanMInf .o    Miss Digs   he^ ^  -^
fragette. but lh- >,>-cch of Miss| ^������''^J* ,.N/' ^ la   ���,,,. ,,���.���, nurl i, lho wlfo oPro-
Agnes Deans Cameron. ... which,       .        ^   !      , nl-,-Un,''i�� an. 'u^*Mj5
she h.-aped e.-als of Are on the '   .'   '        vv���,Uk���own snd   ,1    general    and    ��Pf J���""
"i^::;!:;^:;;;';:: :-������ -^_l;^: -wr a����a V s
Bj lhe Vonlure Hns morning
there arrived rrom Ooean Falls
a Japanese named Y. Yoshio in
custody, lie is responsible tor
ibe death of a fellow obuntryman
whose name die police have m.l
ascertained, Tlie man wus killed
by two simts from u double burn-led duck gun which wus discharged in tbe hands of accused
a- In- was leaving a buiikbouse
ii which the victim was sleeping,
'lie .IihIs entered the man's head
laml neck as be lay in bis bunk.
There is only one witness oT llio
affair, another Japanese, who,
however, saw nothing, as be was
in hi. lunik ami oul of sight nl
the lime.   Accused's plea will be
lhal tlie gun was accidental!) discharged, uml as far as is at present known thoro is no motive for
murder, I hough the Japanese in
etisiod*! i. charged formally with
murder, meantime, Tho prisoner
���mis tiM-i ii\ Constables Peok and
\iiiini-. ioila> iiii the arrival of lhe
Vonlure, Tbe ease is o Provinolal
inu* ami will come up us soon us
evidence   is  ready.    Th ur-
I I'l'iicc look placo at 8:80 on tin-
morning of lho 28th.
THE WEATHER.
Twenty-four hours ending 5
n. in.. I ie.-. 80th: Bar., 89.076;
max. temp., 16,0; min. temp.,
11....
NEW YEAR SERVICE
Rev.   W.   H.   McLood   Will   Speak
on Seasonable Topic
Nml are invited to bear llev.
Warren II. MoLeod's sermon lo-
iinii'i'ow ovoning, New Year's Eve,
,ti 7:30 o'oloek, His interesting
subject will he "New Year Resolutions should we commend or
condemn Hie old-fashioned practice of making good resolutions?"
Strangers and visitors always
w.if.nue. Services held in Mc-
Inlyrc Hull on Third avenue, near
Sivlll   sll-eel.
I'ault'.l
Phone t
nun    Pioneer   Cleaners.
rri.n
lleei'
f.w yean ago had taken away her.    I
means of livelihood as a leachcr.|
Premier  McBride  bad  promised |"-
to attend, but at the Inst minttU
Changed his mind.    Mr. Bowser.
Hon. Dr. Young nnd  Hon.  Price
F.'ison were ;��*erc. howevet
Miss   Agnes   Deans   Cams "i.
who seconded a vote of thanks to
the speaker of the  evening,  referred to Ihe  fact  that  th" lust
time she had appeared before n
political audience in Victoria wns
when she wns appealing for lhe
suffrage nf the men to elect her.
n discharged civic servant, n.i n
member  of  the  school  board  ol
the city.    On that occasion they
had doiie her the honor of giving
her  a  majority  which   wns   not
equalled by any other candidate
nt thai election and placing her
at  Ihe head  of the poll  for the
school board.    This was follow
ing the Inking nwny ..f her onlj
honorable   menus   of   livelihood,
her certificate  as  n  teacher, b>
thc Qovernmeni of the Province.
After following a profession in
which many years were spent and
lo which she bad devoted thc best
vears of her life, the only menus
she had of making a living;, her
certificate    was    most    unjustly
taken away by a government of
which Hon. Richard McBride was
lhc head.   Later on she had lefi
Victoria, with her living to make,
with n bill of some $800 piled UP
in her fight for justice to meet,
and sought other means of earning her living.   She landed in Chi-
cago without menus and with 00
prospects, but by her pen nnd ns
a speaker she hnd been enabled 10
support    herself,   nnd   her   Inter
successes were well known lo Unpeople    among    whom    she   bad
lived so long.
When, having made n mime for
herself in the great world Of letters and travel, she came home
for a season ber fellow oltiuni
had seen fit to extend to her the
honor of n public reception. A
few evenings after she had the
privilege nf telling them of sonic
f ih.* eii>. is au employee
Pioneer Laundry.   As a
inaii.i   of fact, she  Is the third
bride   t"   bo   supplied   by   llie
Ploi i* siutT in the -i .ie* of a
month,   They sre getting lo oall
lhe Third svenu labllshmenl
"th.- matrimonial bureau" now*,
and it lias lieen suggested Ibat u
sign, "You furnish lho home,
we'll furnish the bride," should
..' painted on ibe building.
Ul
Tho letters riled h\ Mm
Langevln inolude several which
Mme. Langevln removed surreptitiously rrom mi apartment
whore hor husband is said lo have
constantly met Mme Curio, and il
is hinted thoy show ibat relations
..f meal Inlimac] Misled, while
it also is said Ihey discloso lhe
attempts made hy Mm... Curie to
separate t'1-..f.-ssor Langevln
from Ins wife.
WATER BYLAW   SKEENA STRIKE   TOTAL BUILDING
WAS PASSED      STILL ACUTE   FOR THE YEAR
Two Thousand Copies to Be ] Warning Notices Posted Today��� E.ulldings to Value of $265,771
Printed and Distributed ��� Aj Statement That Men Demand Were Erected In Prinoe Rupert
Lengthy Document with Many $5 Instead of $3.75 per Eight During the Past Year���Many
Provisions. Hour Day. Important Structures.
in Keep away from Bkeena Itlvei
Crossing  as  the  -trike there is
������.I as Alderman Newton's stronghold.
Mr. Mobley stated lhat be will
publish Ins platform In tin- newspapers of next Tuesday and oom-
iiieiu-e an a.-ine campaign.
\ special meeting of lhe Cily
! Council was belli al t o'clock yes-
iiiiiav afternoon lo consider a
I number of local improvement bylaw, ami to lake ilm new Water si ill continuing! The warnings
liylnw through Ita limit singes, lure published l.y the local I. \V.
The Wnier l.ylnw hns now passed w. branch. Clrounislanoes of lhe
its third reading and comes intoIstrike as far ns can be ascer-
foroa next wcok.   Tenders are to; turned are Dial   lhe "sandbngs"
employed exoavalfng for lhe
iniili..' caissons demand $r. indeed of 83.75 for u nclghl-hour
  	
Yellow slips an* scattered about       Huildllli: Iii the value nf over ll
lhe town todaj warning workers!quarter of a million dollars has
kiml- "f x* I wi>Ins are show- ^^n
Couple bv their    saSH FACTORY DESTROYED
'���II 111.   ........
Ills,   illld   e-peeiillh    the   |'|,i.
I uiie.i r..r ih.- printing of two
n .uml copies of lho bylaw for
distribution ai igst lhe prlncl-.  ���
,   i ousel,, -s, plumbers and day.   M was sta *�� morn
,,.,. ugcrs of the olty.   Tbe by- b> A. "��� ***�����*�������� s..-r.-ii.r> ��f ih.
New Year's Danoe. |   ���!���  ,.  a  lengths      involving I.  W.  W.  hero   Uiat a genera
HerB|d ���,,. New Year wiih iin*r-jlllllin  provisions affecting water strike is In progress ai the cross
rimeiii  and dancing feet.    H<* in UHIM.gi  builders  nnd  pipe  litters. | in
imliiv   ami  Hint  al   least 200
lieen done ni I'rince llupert during Un* past twelve months, aeon-ding to ilu- returns ot thc
Iiuii.Img Inspector today. Pol-
lowing are the (lgures by months
r.>r 1011: January, $1,050: February. 10,400; March, $12,431:
April 122,0110; May, $25,100;
.Inn.-. 1*30,025; July. $32,075:
August. 158,415; September, $11,-
1125: iielober. $2(1.375; November.
10,300; lieeeinlier. 930,125. To-
lul. 1*2115,771. Amongst Ihe buil."1-
Ings erected during lhe past year
nre the Hays building, new whole
company   with   brightLmon'gsl   other   points   may  he
n.if.
G.T. P. OFFICIALS
HERE PROMOTED
New Uptown Office, to Be Opened
in T P���A  E. McMaster
by thcO. T. P.�������� **-_   _   ���__,_
Gordon   Company   at   Vanoouver
Suffers Heavy Loss.
dis-
Ihis
o'clock
.^rXwhSbreke .m, this
i ,,.i.i>    morning si  3
cheerful     .
music, light nnd life ..n.l laugh- j;;^d-Yh-G on0 making ������. house
t...-.   in fuel I..- ������c of be merry ow..or r,.sil���nsi|,i��� for koep,ng Ma
New Year , danee pari, ,��� lie held .,.,������ ,,.,.���, ,���,,.������.���-
.��� Monday night In MolntyreHall. |1|L. ,,,,.��� ������������,��� ,,��� ,���,, ,���������,
orays orchestra will be thereLftn,aritan who "lends" ��� little
wllh all ib- latest and most sea-     ,    |(|    fro neighbor.
��� omilile music,     llie lloor will lie
like n polished mirror.   All the
boys and girls are bound lo be ,    Scandinavians,
ihore.   Don'l yon he oul o fit. ""n '.."T thead*no_ '" lh" ,K'
of   I'.   Hall   on   Saturday   night.
linn Gray's  orchestra will  play.    A
ii     good program and refreshments.
losnllemen 11.50; ladies freo    "'
men are involved, including me-j.,,1,. stores on lhe waterfront, lhc
ebnnii's.  The notice Issued says: Westholme blook and many line
The men iii ul for better OOn-|now residences.   The new Mctlio-
dist Chuieli. Hre hall and City
-lull, und Westholme opera House
are nppmnrhing completion.
.luurns ull around.'
it
Pull  course
Ton Cafe.
in.'nl   ���-���'>'������
31
;5;::r,;r^i:',:"*i" sii *������ *w >-*���,,oiei-
|| .ell     |���HlV
Wall for the big danee Mm..lay,
New* Year carnations at Craig's
Studio. tt
GREAT FIRE ~
AT HALIFAX 	
  (Canadian  Press Despatch.)
King  Edward  Hotel Destroyed��� j Vancouver,  liec  .20.���Thc es-
Sallors from H. M. S. Niobe Are j|:,|,|,.|,IM,.,,|   ,,f  .,   ,���,vv Japanese
ii I eats!   Bon Ton.
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE
Japanese Steamers Will  Oall  at
All  Puget Sound Ports.
~~~"      Fighting the Flames.
to Have Charge
 T. C. Chal
mers
Superintendent of Wharf
IZtTTfruv AMERICAN MOTHER SAYS
WmEmaSvP boy in England
**J*   lL^ . ���  _.       ..    r.    11_   nia.inaled���
 ^.w:�� ^"ed-
N.-w York
vew Yenr. 1012. brings an un
* , oi    Itn*    "inn
'"���'���|ii;" '*���"" I-  ^��i��i ii*
w,ilium."     oonUnued    Mri
I ds,   "will   grow  up  'rich.
nienl   ,      .,     i.:,,i   enure wt   am ����� >.���������������     .,,.,��� uina"
-barge or u buincssal   , laking hot   *'"���    .     ,,��� niav      ^*
'"" *tan7   "  "kMasler In Ihs ic.l wll -  -           . (|l|.lk, ���
t" Pl��r "f, '     m.   r  C. Chal- ,��� |.;���gll*hmo... """        |tllll ���r _^
MP-rHr*'" bi;J'clerk to Mr               wholes  than ���
mors, wii" ..-     ���   ,,x���.ii.'ti ! ,    vitieriran.                  .  , , v *p*l
McMnstei  has (   ' n      ������,���,.������ '    ,     m I bai the t;;     "        ;,' ���
are being rns* "       M,.M,,.���,*.     ������, .���-i..*..;''   ,,.���,,��� ���_
I !',',���������', ,;'!'' '���;,:."    ee,N Is,, -...le..
where nil tb- - '       Rn|lwnJ ,,-,,1  ,,,���,,..   Mrs. **
,���-.- of th'- '������ '.-   ',  ., i, ���,   ,. .nvina. .....  it,
nf  some  uf  her   impressions
Of
the Motherland, nnd on that 000ft-
sinn the chair bad been occupied
by thc lender of the same government which had ruthlessly taken
from her the certificate wbicb had
been her only means of mnking
hor livelihood and forcing her.
after many years of efficient labor
in   her   ohosen   sphere,   to   seek
!:;::.'���;::���;-t ��� ��� ���r,:;1;!!.".b-- *��������� -
m��"" rpn,0L. ��� ' '������;, '!"';:;*,���*,i�� �����'�����
 1,   nZuTbTfor  T*               Cgdto��nhd��aS
",""""?,,,,,.i, HoKmibio, I ,                    ;;, :���., ordered
the women oi                |ch .,��� u���,n.
.my   whal   Ihol   ""'"��l"
I an sollon.
.iiuii think young American men
of wealth are a Credit   10 society.
Their wealth makes tbem dissi-
puled, tu Kiigiuml ii is dllTercnl,
Tbey huve a l..i of healthy amusements ami grow up strong ami
I clean-cut. Then, too, ut mi English  sell.ml  no out. will  tini.lv In
William.   Thej will resi i him
foe what he i-. nol whal iu~
father made rm- him.
���so, if Wiiiiiini Is brought up
in Knglniid he will  learn 1" love
OUldonr   spol'ls.      Me   will   gel    Hie
mini of view of a young Englishmen* II bell*'I' one. 1 Ihlllk, lllllll
mils, nml he will lcitrn llinl over
Halifax, Dec, 80, A lire which
ba. already destroyed the King
Edward Holel, one of lhe largest
in il Ity, nod throo olher buildings i- iiiL-ing here. Tho loss ai-
leinlv is estimated at 1200,000.
The local mid ibe Dartmouth departments are augmented by 2'in
sailors from lho cruiser Niobe,
who me lighting lho flames Inl ware Co.
soro temperature with a gale
blowing, \il "f lho guesis
escaped, imi were forced to abandon their belongings.
-leiiiMsinp lui.- is announoed,   it
Is llkol)  to lake in all thc Sound
ports as weii as Vanoouver and
Viotorla. Mitsui .v Co. of Tokio
an- reported to be the promoters.
Mr. T. Nelson Dunn, who has
lieen  associated  with  the   I'rince
ii.iperi  Hardware a Supply Co.,
will leave shortly to nccept a po-
-it mn with the Kaien Islund Hani
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
'. O. O. F. lo Meet on Tuesday.
List of Ofnoers.
.in Tne.iiav  evening lhe local
lodge ..r lit- I. o. 0. F. will  I
in lite k <it i1. iiuii io install tholr
officers
are lh.
I,,,*   |0I2.    Tho  folluwing
Bcnllomen thus honored:
linking is not tolerated In good Dr. Had
.oeieiy,  as   I   fear   II   Is  hor
.Miiieliines."
P. O.i   \. Douglas,
1 N, (i.:  \. II. Allison, V, C: W. o.
Barrio, It. B.j C. Tborne, v. 8.
I Refreshment*, and b social even-
��� um will tie pari .��� f Hie entertainment,
W. B. LEEDS.
Venture Takes Run.
in pince of ihe "old reliable"
iamosun, which is on the overhaul slips, Uie Venture took the
Vancouver.-Slewarl run this week,      ,,..,,,.. .....
Tb.. Venture arrived here early|nftie-day siege ending in.lay with
ibis morning. ���"������--���-^-B,,.. ,,_   llin
Tabriz Is Captured.
Tulin/. Dee. 30.   During  lhe
Ibe   capture   of   the   city   by    llie
 Russians   lhe   Persians   Inst   se-
ChOiCOSl   Ilijuors  and cigars      verely.   The llussinii losses were
'lietween  100 nnd 200 men killed
Scandinavian Danoe.
In Die larger K. nf P. Hall, not
in Ciupeiilers' Hall, lhe Scandinavian" hold Iheir social this
afternoon for the youngsters and
ilanee tonight for grown-ups.
The nalional tings of Norway,
Sweden, Britain nnd Canada feature in Hie deenrntinns, which
were done Hns morning.
NEW YEAR 8ERVIOE8
Rev.  F.  W. Kerr Will  Speak In
Empress Theatre on Sunday.
\ .peenil New Tear service will
be held In the Empress Theatre
In Rev, lm W. Kerr on Sunday
ovoning at 7:80. The sermons
will be on New Yenr resolutions.
A goo'l way to end the old year
and begin the new is to go lo
Ohuroh mi New Year's Eve. Morning services in Presbyterian Hall
nl II o'oloek, Strangers cordially
invited.
Savoy.
If hungry I   Bon Ton.        M I  *****
E DAH
THE DAR.Y NEWS
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77?e Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Publiilied by the Prince Rupert I'ublialiing Company, Limitad
DAILY AND WEEKLY
rRAN3IE3Nr DISPLAY VDVBRT13INO-50 osnts psr inch.    Contract  rates
on application,
SUBSCRIPTION KATES -To Canada. United States and  Mexlco-DAILY, 50c
per month, or 1^00 per year, in advance,    Weekly,  $2.00 per year.    All
Other Countries���Daily, (8.00 per year; Weekly, $2,50 per year, strictly
in advance,
Daily Edition.
Saturday, Dec. 30
A CALL TO FRANK MOBLEY.
After being recognised as lhe stronghold of Alderman Now-
ton's support, the tolo of ilu* Property Holders' Association, who
last nighl al lhe firsl mention of Mr. Prank Mobley's name register.'.! b tie vote, is another evidence thai there is it widespread
demand thai he stand for nomination as Mayor. Indeed, but for
the unusual ael ol the chairman in casting his vote with the
general ballot instead ol holding ii t.> decide a tie, the association
would have given a majority for Mr. Mobley.
An unusual and significant feature of tbe meeting was the
position taken bj Alderman Morrissey, who spoke on Mr. Mobley's behalf. Vldermnn Newion has so frequently been found
on Hie same side as Alderman Morrissey when questions came
up for reconsideration thai the two have been often looked on
as espociallj partial to one another. Alderman Morrissey,
indeed, paid tribute over and over again last nighl to his conll-
tltiii'i' in Alderman Newton aa a man and as a citizen. "But,"
he urged, "I do nol look on him as the best man for Mayor."
Willi tl \ . |.in.uul opportunity that Alderman Morrissey has
had for sizing up his colleague's abilities an.l shortcomings his
judgment has more than ordinary weight
Willi Alderman Newton's good intentions few will demur,
lh- alacrilj in changing over when he found that he was on the
unpopular side of a question is an evidence of his good intention.
Iini good intentions do nol correct errors and the public at large
llinl it impossible to forget thai il was Alderman Newton who
w.i- responsible for driving the first Counoil out of public life,
and for I sting himself and Mayor Manson and his present collogues ..nl.. the city.
Al lhal Inn.' Prank Moblo. announoed that he would prefer
to go il.iwu i" defeat than bind himself to any particular section
of the public. The wisdom of thai course has been amply justi-
fled. .Now thai we have spent a year in warring and strife we
cannot do better than lo go back to where we were a year ago
an.l take up the reins ol progressive government again, with
Prank Moblej al the head.
The vole al the Propertj Holders' Association last night is
an evidence lh.it even in the ranks of Alderman Newton's recognised supporters there is a demand that Mr. Mobley be called
to be nexi Mayor ol Prince Rupert;
PAPERHANGING
���AND���
HIGH CLASS
SIGN  WORK
OUR SPECIALTIES
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
P.O. SOX 120 PHONE 156 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
..Whites Portland Cement...
O. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Pkssc 125      Nssts Bleed       Secosd Ave
Prince Rupert Lodge, 1.0.0 J.
NO. 03
Meets in the Helgerson Block.'
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
Church Services-
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Service, every Sunday in th.
Empnu Tha.tr.. II am. and
710 p.m.    Sunday School .nd
Illbl. Claii at -.90 p. m.
REV. P. W. KERR. MA. Pauto.
THE  FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
mcinttbi aaix. Jan avr . n.ax St.. it.
Sarvlca  t'lrr 8undar at 11
am. and 7.3) p.m.     Sunday
School   '��� 3u   p. m llaraca
Bible Claaa 1.90 p.m.
RF.V. W. H. Mm.KOI. B.A B.D.    I'aitoe
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
KTWKEM I'K.ITat ST. AND 2nd AVS.
San-teal ...ry Sunday al 11
am.  aad 7.10 p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.90 p.m.
REV. C R. SING. B.D. l-arroa
DEATH OF MR.
ARTHUR IVES
Proprietor of Ives Hotel at Maa-
���ett Passed Away Laat Weak
After a Brief Illness���Waa a
Well-Known Host.
(Speoial to Daily News.)
Massett, Deo. 28.���The death
of Arthur Ives, proprietor of the
Si. Ives Hotel al Massott ooourred
at noon on the 21st December and
was a shook L. many friends
Hi ri hi uiii i ut tho Queen Charlollo
Islnnds. The deoeased had been
in hnd health for some time, but
uiii'iitlf.l to his daily duties until
a few days before his demise.
For many years tho deceased
was a respected employee of the
Hotel Vancouver and wns well
known throughout the whole
Provlnoe. Ho purchased the St.
Tves Hotel about three years ago
and the patrons of that hostelry
always lind a good word for the
genial and obliging proprietor.
He leaves to inour the loss of a
loving husband and father a wife
nnd live children. The sympathy
of the whole community is extended to thorn in their bereavement.
The funeral took place at Mas-
sell on the afternoon of tho 23rd
December, a large number of
relatives and friends attending.
The services for the dead were
read at the holel and the last sad
rites of the Anglican Church administered by tho Hev. \V. Hogan
at tlie new cemetery on the north
shore of liraham Island.
Wail for the big dans* Monday.
.,. a...^..*..
���I
s*M i m*4*m*s****xr**A -i***-* *****s*m
flOW IS HOT WATER BOTTLE TIME
���OURS ARE GUARANTEED-
lieet Red Rubber���New Stock���2 and 3 quart.
C. H. ORA.E The Pioneer Druggist PHONE 82
The
OKCmJLL Store
���* 4 "r**m****** a-MW^_wsfca>a%w^MP*sajp^MSftft_#%gM~is-iM
YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $">.-(. Other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
��caad Av.������, Talaphaaa 10
Wishing All of our CuslorfieriA Prosperous Nem Year
M       asams* ** ---������"---- ������    ���B,__k'B.SS���
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
5 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 aa any.
Call on us before ordering.
. i.., . i. . n  .i Ml
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St and First Ave.
The One Best Buy
SECTION : ONE
Lots 27 and 28, Block 30, corner
3rd Ave. and 8th St.
Price $20,000
0. M. Helf enon, Ltd.
Real Eit.t. and Rant.li
Officii H.lfereoa Block
DIARIES
Oem  Caledar Stands
Ledgers
Journals
Minute Books
Cash Books
Stook Oompany Registers
8took Oompany Seals
Stook Certificates
Columnar Books
McRae Bros. Ltd
Everything for the Office
THE COUGH MUST BE CURED.
. THE SYSTEM BUILT UP.
The .function oi Mathieu's
Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil
is to do this double duty.
The Tnr cures the cough.
The Cod Liver Oil strengthens
the system.
No other agents equal these,
no other combination is so successful as Mathieu's Syrup of Tar
and Cod Liver Oil.
So wonderful is this remedy
tbat it is shipped each season in
car-loads.    Large bottle 35 cents.
Sold everywhere.
When headache and fe.er are preaent with
a .-..id lake Mathieu's Nervine I'owdcre to
rerhu-e the fever nutl allay tite pain. J. L
Maihteu Co., 1'iopa., Sherbrooke, Qua.    (ai
Distributors for Western Canada
Foley Bros., Larseo k Company, Ioc,
Winnipeg       Vancouver      Saskatoon
LAND LEASE NOTICE
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
II Tian la liilntn.
Capital aad R.i.rv. Ov.r 17,300,000
Money Earning
Money
Small weekly or monthly deposits In a Savings Account soon
count up���Interest compounded
at highest current rates.
Deposits of $1.00 and upwards
received.
Priac* l-aperl Branca -
r. ti. * ONG. M.aa.rr
-���-
FRED. STORK
-G�����r��l Hardware
"I
Buildcri' Hardware 1
Valves -It Pipea      Oxford Stoves  *
Graniteware       Tinware a
SECOND -  AVENUE
��� aaa *-*���*-
Servian Labor Benefit Society
No. ISS. S.S.3.S.
Haatlna. hald every lit and Ird Sund.y 01* th.
month In th. Cerp.ntera' Union Hall
o. vukovich.
SacrataiT
T. MAZLUM.
P.O. Bai Wl       I'reald.nt
DAW
mm
F. M. DAVIS SU
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Uaachaa aad ***** tm Hlr.   N.Z. emi at Wheel
U   Yours for Good Coal & Full Weight
J Rogers & Black      "<" Sn8hn  I
S.S. COM OF B.C, w
The new ateel Passenger Steamer
" Camosun"
lesves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 6 p.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Tuesday morning.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -       $6.00
The "Camosun " is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
iniring safety of passengers in case
of coniaion or wreck.
TO LET
Flat ln Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Alio stores in same block.
Two cottSfC ���cortrr Second Avenue snd
Nintb Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots in .It part, ol tbe city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Com-
psniet doing business in tbe City.
New Hazelton
I h. I.* mil if only on.' Haiellnn and thai
will In- New* Haiellon, as ordered by tin*
Hallway Commission.
ELLISON and SOUTH HAZELTON muat
t��'   iii itiiiuiii'ii.
In order In protect our cllenis we have
l-iti��� iii-iil what wc i-ieti-idi-r th* baat part
of New Haiallon, tha bualn.n part ol Mellon 1. Several hundred buildings arc In
course ol conslrucilnn and thc place la
in-ill*.- lniiii wiili extreme rapidity.
We have lols lor sale ai 8300 and up. on
very easy terms.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
HAZELTON LOTS
All Information tfraa.
Lois in Fort Oeorce and Massett  rrom
si mi up; flo .I..wu and 110 monthly,   a
Bargain.
i e.i-  t  and 8, Dlock g. Section :���. with
iiiiiiiiiiiK*.; nui I", per month; only
m '���"".  terms.
Lult 31 and 31. Block 14. Section 8, 8860;
hair caah.
Skeena Land Dltt.lct-Dlatrlot of Cottat Ran., a
rake notice that wo tho undorilgnud. Allieii
Chrlitlan Garde and Wm. M. Johmton of Prl'ico
Hupart, B.C., occupation mining engineer uml
prospector, intand to apply  for  i tiiaau.it   t���
laaaa the following deacribed lund:
Commencing at a poit planted 1-4 milo oa-,t of
tho lyeoStatlon.Q.T.P.Hy station and approximately 27 miles aaat of Prince Rupert, tlience north
40 chalm, thence eait 2(1 chaina, thonco aouth 26
chaina more or leu to railway grade, thenco
weaterly 25 chaini moro or leu following aaltl
grade to point of commencement and contiiiiiitnr
70 acrei or taal.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
.       _. WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Dat. Nov. 23, 1811
Pub. Dm. 6. mil
Skeena   Land  Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct  or  Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Take notico ihat Arthur Tremalno. of
Saaiik-h, B. C��� occupallon rarmer, Intends
lo apply for permission to lease Uie following described lauds:
Commencing al a post plained at llio
aoulheaat corner, being eighty chans aouth
of Ihe northwest corner of I.ot 1555, Mas-
set Inlel: tlienco weat forty chains, thence
norlh eighty chaina, thonce east folly
chnins, thunce aouth eighty chains to the
point or commencement, containing three
hundred and twenty acrea (320), more or
less.
ARTHUR  TnEMAINE.
-.    _. .,        .   Oeo,'��*! Voung, Agent
Dated Nov.  15, Itll.
Pub. Doc. tt, Itll.
Skeena  Land  District���District  of  Queck
Charlotte Islands.
Tako   notice   that   Alfred   McGregor,   or
Victoria, B. C, occupation broker, Inlenda
to apply ror permission to lease the foi
lowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul
three-quarters of a mile auuttiwest from
the southwest corner of Lol 1548, Masset
Inlel, Ihence east forty chains, thence
south to the nortii boundary of Lot 1657
llience west one hundred chains, more or
less, ihence nortii ninety chains, thence
easl to ii,,- beach, Ihence alung beacb to
point of commencement, cuniaining six
hundred and forty acres (840), more or
less.
ALFRED  M'tiREOi.ll.
Oeorge Young, Agent.
Dated Nov.  15, mi.
Pub. Dec. It, 1911.
Skeena   Land   Dlalrlct���District  of  Queen
CharloUe lalands.
Take notice thai Malcolm Wright Young,
or Suanich, U. C, occupallon larmer, intends to apply ror permission to lease the
rollowlng described lauds:
Comment-lug at a posl planted at the
southeast corner, being abuut one mile
east or the northwest corner or Lot 1561,
tlience norlh lo the south boundary of
Lol 1550, tlience west to tbe easl boundary
��r Lot 1550, thence south along the said
boundary lo lhe southeast comer or said
Lot 1550, Hi. in-.- west along said boun
dary lo the east boundary of Lot lOi'j,
thence south along the said boundary to
the norih boundary or Lot 1562, thence
east to the northeast corner of Lol 1552,
tlience norlh io the northwest corner of
Lot 1561, ihence easl io the point of commencemenl, containing six hundred (600)
acres, mure or less.
MALCOLM WWOHT YOUNG.
i.eorge Young, Agent.
Daled Nov.   10, mil.
Pub. Dec. 16, ISII.
Skeena  Land   District���Dlalrlct  of  Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Take notice lhat William Moore, or
Saanich, n. c, occupation farmer, intenda
to apply ror permission to lease the rollowlng described landa:
Commencing at a poal planled at the
southwest corner or Lot 1648, Masael Inlet, thence cast one hundred chains, thence
soulh sixly-rour chains, Ibence west to the
beach, ihence along beach to point of
commencement, conlalnlng sli hundred and
rorty  (640) acres, more or less.
WILLIAM   MOORE.
Oeorge Young, Agent,
Dated Nov. 14. ion.
I'ub. Dec. It, istl.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
Th. OOLLART
Sol. Ag.nt
Natural Reiourcee Security Oo. Lid.
���oi  SOS M Sth SI. Phone SSI
McCaffery & Gibbons
Good buya in Real Estate:
C. D. RAND
Saeond Av*. Phon. 112
NOTICE
J. H. Rogera, Ticket Agent.
Notice Is hereby given that tn application will be made lo lhc Legislative as
stnibly of the Province or British Columbia
al Ua next teaainn for an act amending
Section 3 of the Brlllati Columbia 4 Alaska
Railway Act, imn (Ch. r.o. Statutes or
llrlllsli Columbia, imm, by atrlklng oul
all the words after the word "Columbia"
in Line 10 or said Seeilon and aubstltiiilng
tliorc'nr the following:
"And or from Fort Oeorge In a imnb
easterly direction lo the valley or the
Parsnip River by way nf Fori MrLrOd,
ihence along the Parsnip Illver to a Junc-
Uon wllh lne Peace River, thence along
Ihe valley or the Finlay River through
sirimi Pass, Ihence down the stikettc
River to a Junction wllh the main line at
Telegraph Creek; also powers to build
branch lines either through Ihe Pine River
or Peace River passes to the eastern boundary or British Columbia, or by way of
llic most feasible route, or In Ihe alternative by the moat reaslble route between
Lytton and Teslln Lake, also to build from
a point on said line or railway to the City
of Vancouver or rrom the city or Vancouver to t point on aald line, by the most
feasible roule."
And further, for an act extending the
time within which the company haa to
commence construction and expend ten per
cent ol Us capltalliatlon.
Dated at Victoria, B. <:., thla tth day of
December,  imi.
ROBERTSON <V HEISTIRMAN,
Solicitors for the Applicant!, tbe British
Columbia a Alaska Railway coapaay.
Lot on Second avenue fnr 17.600.    One-
thlrtl cash.   Oood terms on balance.
Lol on Third avenue, 84,796.
on.- lot on Park avenue, 82,000.   Terms or
1878 rash, balance I, 2 and 3 years.
Lou It and 16, Block 13, Section 5, 83,000
pair.
Lois 15 and It, Block 0, Section 5, 89,100
pair.
Lou It and 10, Block 4, Section i, 81.900
each.    i..mil terms.
Double corner on Ninth avenue for 81,350.
Lois S and 10. Block >>, Section t, 8860
earh.   Terms lo aull purchaaer.
Four im- nn Summit avenue ror s.'��� *.'5 each.
House and lol on sixth avenue ror 89,750.
Easy terms.
Lois    ii   and   19.   Block   S3,   Section   6,
82,108.75 pair.   Equity out.
Lola   ll   and   11,   Block   14,   Section   8,
81,500.    Terms to aull purchaser.
Lot*   (4   tnd    96,   Block   7,    Section    6,
8l,20i> each.    ��� ��� terms.
Lols 9 and 10, Blork 4, Section 8. 83,900
pair.
Lot 7.  Block 80, Seeilon  6, 81.800.   Hair
cash.
Lol  4,  Block 5,  Serilon  A, with all-room
house,   89,900.     Terms   or   8800   caah,
balance o,  19 and IS months.
A double rorner on Fourth avenue, Section
A,  ror 84,200.    Terms or  81,900  cash,
balance In I, 9 and 3 yeara.
Lola 40 and 41, Block A, Section 7, 81,100
pair.    Terms.
House  and  lol  in  Section  7   for  81,850.
Terms or 8860 cash, balance In monthly
payments.
Two lots on Ninth avenue, Scclion 7, for
8315 earh.
Double corner on Eleventh avenue, Section 8, 8800 pair.
Lois 8 an.l 9, Block 80, Section 8, ror 9760
pair.    Half caah.    Balance  I,  9 and 3
years.
I0�� acres Crown granted land on Porcher
island, 96 an acre.
Quarter serilon of land tn Lakelse Valley
812 an acre.
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
Sk-nna Land Dislrict���Dlalrlct ol Coaat Kange 6
Take notice lhal LcRoy F. Grant ol Prince
Rupert, II. C, occupation civil engineer, intend.
to apply lor prrmiaaion to purchaae tbi loUowing
deecribed landa:
Comm-Ticing at a poet piloted about 3 1-2 mllea
la a northerly direction Irom Ut. northeast corner
peat ol Lot IJ.-J. Kanga 6, Can Dialricl, thence
���aat 30 ehalna, tbenn north 60 chaina, thence
weet to bank ol river, Ibence aouth folio, ing
bank of river to point ol commencement: containing IHO acme, more or leae.
Dated Sept. ., 1911. LEROY   F.  GRANT
Pub. Ori. 10. Gordon C. Emmeraon, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Caaaiar
Take nolle, that Herbert  McLennan ol  Vancouver, II C, oceupatlon real aetata agent. Intenda
to apply lor permiaaion lo purcnaae tbe following
Commencing at a poet planted at tbe confluence ol BUekwater river wltb tbe Naas river
about two milea eoutb of tbe aixth Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Poet markad H. M. N. K.
Corner, thence 80 cbaina aoutb, tbenee 80 chelne
weet, tbence 80 chaina north, tbence 80 cbaina
Mat to point ol CMnmencement, containing 040
acna mon or leea.
Dated Sept. 23. 1911       HERBERT McLENNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Caaalar
Tak. nolle, tbat Thomaa Arthur While ol Vanoouver, B. C, occupaUon carpenter, intendi to
apply  for permiaelon to purchaae tbe lollowing
deec-rilMd landa:
Commencing at a poat -planled at tbe con-
Suenra ol Hlaekwaler river with Naaa river, about
two milee eoulh ol the aiath Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Poat marked T. A. W. S. E. Corner, tnence
80 ehalna north, tbenn 80 chaina weat, thenn 80
chain, aouth, thenn 80 chaina eaat to point ol
commencement, containing 640 una more or leal.
THOMA8 ARTHUR WHITE
Dated Sept. 23. 1911.
Pub Nov. 1
Sknna Land DUlrict ���Diatrict of Caaalar
Take  notica  that  Caarln   William   Ham  of
Vancouver. B. C. oceupatlon inapector, inlenda
to apply for permiaaion to purchaM tbe following
deecribed landa:
Commencing  at  a  poat  plantad   at  the  con-
-me ol lllackwater river wltb ihe Nau rivar
about two milM aoulh from tbe aislh Dominion
Telegraph cabin.   Poet marked C. W. H. S. W.
Corner, thenM 80 chaina north, tbenn 80 chaina
eeat,  thenn 80 chalm aouth,  thenn 80 chalm
wnt to point ol eomriiennment, containing 040
acna mon or I.m.
_      ,. CHARLES  WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 23. 1.11.
Pub. Nov. 2.
^LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skoona l.uml Diatrlm    u.   ,
At**}" DOUGH  thut    .    _f,^   .��' OMtlt,,
,"- siutlciii, liilcndlu i,i���    ''    >*'���*>��� llittr.
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Skeena   Land  Dlatrlcl���Dlalrlct  or  Coait,
lllllge   t.
Take notice tbat 1, l.oula Catena, driver,
or Victoria, B. c, Intend to apply lor permission to purchase Ibe rollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner or Lol 1789, thence aoutb
80 chains, tbence weal 40 chains, thence
nurlh 80 chalm, thence east 40 chains to
point or commencemenl, cuntaining 880
acres, more or teas.
LOUIS CALERI9.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent.
Dated Oct. ai, 1911.
Pub. Dec. 9.
THIRD   AVENUE
Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention is better than cure.
It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure ia impossible. Eye
trouble may be avoided by the
timely uae of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and permanent impairment of sight. We
are properly equipped to adjust
glasses and guarantee satisfaction.
������������������
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P.  Official   Welch   Inapector
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue
PHONE 62
Skeena Land Dlatrlcl���District or Casslar.
Take notice tnat lames Ewing Macrae,
of Vancouver, occupation real estate agenl,
intends to apply for permission lo purchase tbe rollowlng described lands:
Commencing ai a post planled about
seven miles distant and In an easterly
direeliun from the Naas River, and about
eight miles north of Alyansh Indian village,
thenre north eighty chains, thence easi
eighty chains, ihence auuth eighty chains,
ihence west eighty chaina to point of
commencement.
JAMES F.WINO MACRAE,
li. P. flutter, Agent.
Dated Oct. 31. 1911.
Pub. Dec. 14.
Sknna Land DUtrlct���District ol Canlar
Take notln that Annua Jama   McKentle ol
Vencouver, B. C, occupation bookknper, Intednne
to apply for narmlaaion to purchaM the lollowlng
dcMribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the con-
fluenn ol lllackwater riv.r with Naaa river, about
two mlln Muth from the alith Dominion Telegraph
i-eliln. Pnai marked A J. M. N. W. Corner,
thenn 80 chalm. eoutb, thenn 80 chaini eut
tbenn 80 chaini north, thenn SO chains wnt
to point of commennment, containing 640 acne
mora or lne
ANGUS JAMES MoKENZIR
Dated SepL 88. 1911.
PUb. Nov. S.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrict nl Coaat Rang. 6
Take notln that MIm Mary Mulvillo ol Clara,
Ireland, occupation iplnatcr, Intenda to apply
lor permiaalon to pun-nan the following doarllied
landa:
Commencing at a pnt planted one chaini north
of the aoutheut corner ol Lot 682, thenn north
40 rhaina. thenn eaat 20 chalm, thenn louth 40
cliaina, tlience wnt 20 chain, to point of commencement; containing eighty acraa, more or Ian
Dated Oct. 11,1911. MISS MARY MULVILLE
Pub. Nov. 11. John C. Muiville, Agent
i...i..     ;. "   ""��� ***** tuwcal rii, in-1-
lei'j    llango   6,   C0S8I   Diairlni
lslsnd, tBence rblloMng Uw shirt'
-   nor UMjtei'ly   dlrecfion  tfoui
(80) chains io the inu-in ,���������,,,
ence in a touthwtitierlj dlrec iVn
Uie shure  line aboul  twenty   ,v
10  llie point ol   i-oiiinieiit*. imiii     ,
i_ww"fi_r,�� ���'"""tm* *�����''*****.
Dated nee. ��.AiM "��� BAHMR-
I'ub. Dec. 13.
Skeena   Lund   District���DlltriOl  or  Cout
.,. , llange 6. '���
Ntiiaaimu"Ub ��*i*""". '' ^*,*>m Au'".'. or
, ' ": "��� **������ occupsllun uniici, i,..."
Jo apply ior permUtlun iu diu-ui- Vi.2
lollowing described imiu.- "ulul*'s- mi
Commencini tt a poii nluiad *x n..
toutheaai turner ol Lot its,, "h"c* ���_.,...���
40 chains, thenct west ,u cliiu, o'h".
u'li'ili txi chains, menoe est   40 .L.   ,  ,'.
DAUOBI.ltT AUIllnl
Dale Nov. l0th.'l9|f'COw,U'A,W*-
I'ub. Dili "���
Skeent Land DUtrict���Dlatrlcl of coaii
llange i.
lake  notica  lhat  I,  Theodore Nlebalia
driver, ul Mcioiia, U c tan Intii t ,'
tpply for permusiuiiTlu purch..*..'"'h? lu"
lowing dcai-i'ibed lands:
..oiiiiii.n.iiig  ui   u   pusl  planted al  lhc
southwcii cornor or Lot ino. -.-asT. Uuon
Ml .-u than,,, llicnte soulh 10 cStSS
hence wett 40 chains, tnence wuuii.
cbtUu, tbeuct west 4u cheuus, ihnuc iiorit
?��� in !i."_V,u """" or w^ntncsouint. cm!
..nn.ns taxi acres, more or les
TIIEUUUHI.   NICHAUS.
, I ivd E. Coueil. Aat 1
Land OCL II,  lull '    "" '
I'ub. Dec. 9.
SkMns Lsnd DUtriet���DUtricl of com
lake noUCt thai I, Paul CUrtUS. dSS
or Vtcioiiu, intend lu uppiy ror pcnuisilun
10 purcha>e mc rullowtug dcicrlK. laiTa.
..oiniiicniing tl u pull planled on mi
east boundary and abuul nv. JJj ",,.,"
rrom tbe toatlMUl corner ul lot tut
llience north ou chains umio.-' east si
cnsins, uwnet soum ou cbalnt, iiieuco nti
ju chuins iu puim ,.r conuntnceMnl cou-
luliiing 1.-" ucres, mon. ���r u.ss * **vu
I'M I. CLHTI5S.
I red L. ..uwdl, Agent.
Daiod Oct. 31, lull. '    "
I'ub. Dec. 0.
Skeena   Land   District    Imtnct of  Cuul
Han-     i.
Take nutice thai I, Hlelltl Il.'gaius, couk
t.r in-iori.t, B. C, Inlend lo apply fur per
mission iu purchase lhe folluwing de
scribed lands:
Commencing at a pusl plauted un Ilia
nurlb side ur WUliama Creek, whin* un
kiiimai branch ur the u. I. p. li . enosttt
Wlllioius creek, and abuul tin (191 > 1.111,1
ri.iin llu- creek shure, llu-iic. oulh jo
Cbalnt, Ibence east 40 chains, ilk. nurttt
3u chuins, ihence west 40 chains lu puini
of 1 limn to.in. ut, cuntaining i.j iciei,
mure ur less.
Mil HAS   IIL-..VM-
Frcd E. Cuwell, Ageui.
n.ii.-.i ocl. 31, toil.
I'ub. Dec. 8.
Skeena  Land  District���District uf  Coist.
llange t.
Take nutice lhat I, Samuel Uiillaei,
gardener, of Vlclurla, ml* ml tu apply fur
permission 10 purchase the following described lands:
Cummenelng al a post planled un in.
north side ur WUliama Creek, aboul ten
dial ns back rie.ui the creek bank, and
abuul lifty chains aou'Jeaal rrom where
the kltimal branch or ibe 0. T. P. rigni-
or-way crosses William- Creek, then.'
suulh 40 chains, llience east 4u chains,
thenee nurlb 40 chains, Ihence weal 4i
chains to puint ul ci.miiienceiiieiil, Containing 100 acres, more or less.
SAMUEL BEIt.TEES.
Fred E. Cos. ell, Ageoi.
Dated Oct. 31, 1911.
Pub. Dec. 9.
Skeena   Land   Dlslrlci���Dlslrlci or Uueen
CharloUe Islands.
Take notice ihat Ellen Marion Young, ol
Viclorla, B. C, occupation spinster, inirn.li
." apply ror permission tu purctti-M- the
rulliiwing described lands:
Commencing al a pust planled at the
southeast curner ul Lut 1552, thence ���> 1
iu thc nurlheast corner of Lot 1563, ih u ��
soulh 10 beach, tlience alung beach in
point of culiinienceiiii.nl, conialning one
Hundred and four (104) acrea, more or
leas.
ELLEN MARION YOUNO.
Oeorge Young, Ageni
Dtted Nov. 16, 1911.
l-nb. Dec. It. 1911.
Skeena   Land   lu.-in. 1.   m-um 1  of Queen
1 h.irie.lie- lilands
Take iioin-,��� thai John .-cult Ymiiig or
Saanich, B. c, occupalluu rarmer. intend*
lu apply fur permissiuu In purcnast lhe
following ili'-inlii il  lands:
1 I'luiin in iiik al a pusl planted al Hi'
nurlheast corner of Lol 1550, thence souili
lu lhc norib buundarv or Lot Itll. Hi -
east alung lhe said boundary tu Ihe les
shure, Ihence fulluwing alung Ibe sh.ire 1
���lie poinl or 1 e.jiiiii.mii'- im til. containing
Ibree hundred and siily-oue (361) tcrei.
mure or less.
JOHN SCOTT YOUNO.
Oeorge Young. Agent
Haled Nov.  16, 1011.
I'ub. Dec. 16, Ull.
Skeena Land District- Dlatrlcl or Caiitir.
Take notice thai Clarence liowen, or Sa*
atlle, Wash., occupauon woodsman, In
tends to applj rur permission to purcbasi
lhe rulliiwing described lands
commencing al a post planted rout
miles easl of Ihe Naas River and aboul
live miles nurlh ��r Alyansh, Ihence win
elgluv chains, ihence soulh eighty chaini.
ihence cast eighty chains, llience north
eighty cbaina to puint or coinnwncenient.
CLARENCE IIOWEN.
H.  r. IIUII.T, Agent.
Dated Ocl. 31, 1911.
I'ub. Dec. 14.
Skeena Land Dlslrlci���Dlslrlci of Ctsilar.
Take nutice that Frank Furey, of Seatlle.
Wash., occupallon chainman, Intenos to
apply for permission lu purchase lne roi-
luwlng described lands: .
Commencing al a post pianicd tho.11 1 x
miles easl or Ihe Naas Illver and al'i'il
seven mites norlh of Alyansh, Ihenrr ii"' J
nighty rhalns, easl eighty chslni. so. in
elglily chains, well eighty cbam< 10 pun.
of commencemenl. ���., _���-���v
FRANK FUI1K1
H. P. nutter, Aienl.
Dated Oct. 31.  1911.
rub. Dec. 14.
Skeena   Land   District���Dlslrlci  of Colli.
Range t. ���,   ...
Take notice lhat I, John Arglraclli, Mir*
penier. of Viclorla, B. C, intend In STl>>
for permlasion In purchase tho following
desrrlbed landa: .   .  ... ...
Commencing at a post planted about one
and unc-linir miles northrast from HJ
Inmko of Trout niver. on the west I a'
nf Lakelse Lake, and aboul Ave (I) cba i'"
bark from Ihe waterfront, BfiJJSJJSH
80 chains, Ihence wesl 8.1 chalm, thenr.
north 80 rhalns, Ihence east 80 chaini ��
point nf commencement, containing :��
acres, moro or less. .���.-.,_
JOHN   AROIRACLIS.
Fred E. Cowell, Agant
Dnled Ocl. 3t,  1911.
Pub.  Dec. t.
Sknna Und District���DUlrict ol Cout Ran|a ��
Take notln that lleniamln Ruanl Rit- j*
Prinn Rui��rt, B. C, occupaUon waiter. ******
to apply lor permUalon to purehan the loUowing
ile.rrilieel landa: .   , ,.
C'ommenetag at a poet plinted 66 rhaina amitr
from the eoutheart eorn.r ol Lot 8060. roat
mark��I B. R. R 8. E. Corner, Ihenn 70 eha na
wnt, thenn 85 rhaina north, thenn 70 ehalni
aut, thenn 86 chaina eouth to point of eommencoment, containing 465 acre, laoraor mm
BBN7AMIN RirSSEL RICB
Dated October 21, 1911.
Pob. Nov. S. THE DAILY NEWS
SAtlUKI. IIAIIRISON
(uol UIV WISMOl
v. f. a. ua.mui i
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOK SALE PUROHAggg
Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
T r--.--.wM.~.
j    ��� ��� * . ITEMS OF . 1
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Is Jack JohnBon Eroko?
, ,"","'! u,,udil lhe 8tor> that
' *"'** ������������h-i-oii lui- retired," suvs
1 -',- from Chicago, "Tho big
"*>**'�� coming li.ii.i,*. all right,
hl1' l"' rnn'l tilTord to retire    He
 '. nnd will have to go back
i     l" ""' I'hiH i" gol sen,,,, money,
���s.     He Is ;, long wuj over In- right
/  | weight, and II would not tuke a
' ������'-��� n un to boal him, Con-
1! tells.   Johnson has lived
wo11. I   "ii- in roal estate
-I'l'i-nlaiiieii- and other games nf
chnneu thai mosi of liis money
Wl nl.
S.S.
Prince
Rupert
Lowest  Prices  in  Northern B. C.
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KAIEN HARDWARE COMPANY
THIRD ANENUK
Buildert' Supplies
l'lumbsrs' Supp'iea
i'aintt
Oils
Vtrnitl.es
I'.O. UKAWEIt 1524
HARDWARE
PHONE No. 3
Sheet and Plate Glass
Plate Glass Mirrors
Stoves, Ranges
Tinware
Granitewnre
MONARCH MALLEABLE
The "Stay Satisfactory
Range."
HOTEL   ELYSIUM
Sid. Sykei, Manager
Tlit Kinuat, Newest uml Most Up-to-date Hotel in Vancouver
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
1142 Pender Street West
Phone BSOO.
Vancouver, B.C.
When  in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
CARLTON  HOTEL
finest Csfe ... 11,0     European Plan.    Rates $1.00 to *-.50 per dsy.
Hot in. I Cold Waler in each room.
CORNER        )RDOVA    AND   CAMBIE    STREETS
Vancouver. U.T.
1 ���^V^^SAANAiV,
BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and  Express
Utive sll expreas packsges for interior points with thc Psciflc Transfer Co., H07 Third Ave., snd Insure prompt forwarding.
All sccounta and correspondence ttldreMsd to
f*J*J*    BEIRNES & MULVANY     Hutl,"BC
will receive immediate attention
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
Appeals to the Business a,.d P'��f��88��.na'>Man'
the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
Walks of Life
BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When a man's timo is worth
�� great deal mora lo him than
the cosl of a drink hnl.il OUN
ho is not going to drag along
for twonly-i'ight l�� forty-two
days taking a treatment wnon
hc can get a cure in three 'In.1--.
without hypodermic Injaotlons,
and hc surrounded with .-v.-iy
comfort of home.
A PtRFECT OURK.
Thc Neat inlernnl Ireatment
cures the pcriodiciil, i.ccasion-
al or moderate drinker ami the
nervous man who hns lo drink
lo keep from becoming nerv-
ous. II Ink.-s nway nil inclination to drink, all desire ami
craving lo drink, hy nentrnli/.-
ing the poison of aloobol in lh"'
system  and  ridding  the  blood
���f ,!,, poison l.y <****'*'* ***
lemofellmlnaUonJewlntW
drinkCr In lhe oondlUon that
,���. W)1, before lasting Iqoor,
.��� fa,- as lhe effect o tvleohol
, ia) I,, concerned-all appe-
,n,.' for drmk gono���and ������ ���
now man.
ii,, ireatmenl eonslsU of
,,,.. mujpnai administration of
a harmless remedy, tonto m
IU action, tlmt <-*,,,,"v,M
craving for *"i��ur ,n *
f,.\v hiiiir..
DRUG   HABIT  CURED.
U ihe Vanoouver InsUlute
Jl*���, ireal drug addlctgmi
Wllh uniform ����������";_.';' .
wpIIo or phone for bookW.  '���*
��������� r.iii information.
the
very
THE NEAl INSTITUTE
1160 Broadway W., Vanoouvor
B. C.
Phone Bayvlew ��88
312 FEET
��� L
i. the wanes .. ��,.���-, Mr f^if**^
Ki-lmrc Om-ner ran.    lie rona rt n *dI hi*.     ���      ,,,  ,..���  |,i   ;'������".,��� ,,,.
nnly was  the tllt-liiim' metiur.'il   ���>       **)*', ,,'������.,   mrfi I ������;���".��� ,,r' ...n
tworn n. Ii.'l"ri' a 1.1*11"' -'I ***** >*������'    ,������ m .in   ***'���'��� * '*',��� rmm il>"
xltilR Willi a millMli '.I >      **>', '*'*'LIU .1 ���""   *'"' ;      ,!,      ���  ut ��'i"
dose ss tbe orsener.    rial* im** i*;.;    \ w'!'",'',, r.t ���*<������*>*���
limo nl II... Ureal  I......!"..    I,"1:1     ' . ,'     -    I..I * * ""   ''T   , I v <H ���
liral   in.  itiina by IM ���""l" " ,'" ; ,,,     ,i .m in.' '.i'""1  **""* "   '
borea.    There an- n.an> otlS'l  <*","[*'   , r,,.   rnp)
in our lairil ratal..*.   I"'i nt tend >".. �� "*
MONTREAL, P. Q*
W. W. GREENER ____ M.T HILL
And a Cootl Judge,  Too.
Sir William Grantham, the
English judge who died a few
weeks ago, was a typical country
gi-ntleinnn, and nlwnys proi led
in ihi* law courts In London on
liorsi'haek.   In fa.-i. I noo at-
ii'iliiiifii in, olovallon lo the
judicial liench "to mi early knowl-'
edge ni agriculture and horses.
I Innl ilu- benelii "I roadlng and
learning Inu undor one of lho
nm,i eminent judges of lho proa-1
������nl day. and when lie laught mo
law I t'"ik Hi.* opportunity ol
leaching hii.i i" limii. When I
finished in\ career ho was heard
in remark Hint, whalovor might
li.' my future |.<<~it ���<>u ns u lawyer,
li, Innl formed om' opinion of mo
iluii i wu, a vory ifoiiti Judge
nfii horse. \ few yoars later ller
Majesty wanted Borne ono lo
represent her on tho bench, and.
looking for some ono who would
make a  - I judge,  she  hoard
part of tii.- remark of lho distinguished judge, innl supposed
In* lm.I iilln.I.'.I lo im' us n good
judge or law. And Uml. I boliove,
i. how t tui n .ful on tin' bench."
Saili Every FrnJtvy at 8 a.m. for
VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATM
B.8.  PRINCE  JOHN
Every Wednttdoj m i p, m, rm* sttWtrt,
\-ii  maintains  wi'.ltlj   lorvlce  lo  gueen
iieniiiiif  isiiuiti p inu,    i*ljr pjrtlculiri
Phona 260.
Train 8irvk.   io Van Andol
Mixed trains nc prlnct Ruport
Wednoadayi innl Bn     ilnyi ;1i i p  ��x
Kor till iinlnis Ea ol ciikago travel via
llie Qrand Trunk Railway Syitam Tin*
itreiy, tpttd nml c ��� rori.
For rnll Inform i m rcitrvttloni ami
ii'ki'N tn nil pnini- apply in
A. E. Mi-MASTEK
0ENERAL   ACEvi    ���;li\\i>   TRUNK
PAC1FH    in    tu.
Ait.ncy .11 Atlantic Sleamihip I.in..
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B.C Coaat Btrvlce      Kumoua  Prireess
Una
Princess Beatrice
Sunday, December 3lit, at 9 a.m.
For Victoria. Vancouver and Seattle
J. I.. McNab - General Agenl
' = THE COSY CORNER - !
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLT.   TO  THE  INTERESTS  OP   WOMEN
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This is a little section o( tho paper, which trom duy to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any und all of thu ladius of Princu Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, untl to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invilud by thu editor. Tho hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will Iill a social need.
W   I.. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Broa.' Office.
U. Gordon Munro W. NlctK-l.u& L.ll.y
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Sr und Avenue.
LINDSAY'S "SBSr1
G. T. P. Tranifer Agent.
Order, promptly ull-l.   1'ricei reaaonabl,-.
OFFICE-1I. 11. Roch.ater. Omlre St,     I'hone SS
DON'T WORRY ABOUT IT
Try Ono of These Dishes on Your
Table Tomorrow.
Coooanul Cheese Cakes Take
equal woighl of grated ooooanul
innl oasler sugar and mix with
Hit* milk i>r n ooooanul or tin'
white of mi i'uii. Lot this simmer
over Un' tire uni il Uie nui is it.ii-
tli'i-. stirring 11 carofullj ull the
iuni* lo prevent iis burning, Stand
it  aside In i I, nml when lukc-
warm add tbe yolks of Iwo woll
lu'iiirii mj-. nml half a teaspoon-
t'ul eaoh of rose water end orange
(lower waler.
German Tousl Makes a nice
pudding, ('.ui thick siloes of
bread ami dip Ihem oacb Bide in
milk enough lo soften . then
dip in beaten eggs, pul In a pan
greased wllh jw-*i BUuTeienl hot
bullor to fry. Cook till light
brown, then sprinkle sugar "V'-r
ami servo with jam Bauoo. Two
i.(.'(;s will bo sufTloionl lo dip
ni'iii'h   ii  dozen  Blices of broad,
STUART A  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
uli well Into lho silk.   This will l-aw-Butler Building     Phone No. usu
iml    mil)    remove   nil   duel    and        i'rince Runert P.O. Box 851
grease,  bui  will  make  the  ma-	
it'i'inl look like new. , alkbbd carss,      c. v. bennett, b.a.
"Illle     I'lotll     ,lliil||t]     bo     well       of Hrltl.h Columlila of B.C.. Ontario. Baa-
and Manitoba llara. kali'lieu-aii  ana Al-
Una Ban.
i'lililied witli ground rioo, a pad of
cotton wool boing used lo apply
ilu* rice. Brush oul and the cloth
��til In- found quite clean.
l'.i   Cloan   While   Satin   Rub,
ii I'lliiii;   l"   llu*   i-'niiii   of   the
-niiii. wiih verj ilr-e lir.'i.il t'i'iiiiilis
slightly liuged with washing blue.
* ��"��P "' "Id w  silk should    ����_^^K^rffiLa
In*  II,I'll  In IlltliU   lilt'  lirt'llill'I'lllllllS I lo.*nl nna.tli*-lii*. a.lmini.ti-r��l I'T the palnlwa.x-
,   ,, '   ii   i i      i      ri ' traction of t.i-tti.       CunaulU.ion 're..     QSMtl
mil Hie , ui ill well brushed utter- , m-i^.-r��on Block. PnnaaBontrt H-u
���niiii with ii soft brush, 	
j Alex.M.Mnn.'Hi n.A..     W.E Wllliaina,a.A..UL.B
tYlaxims and Moralizings. WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Hi*    Wlsoh     Worldly,    but     not Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
CARSS 4 BENNETT
Barristkrs, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Excltaniri- Ul.-ck. corner Thlr.1 av.nu. and
Sixth atreot. I'rinc. Ruoert. t
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
woi'ldl) wise.���Queries.
Hi' makes no friends who never
inn.le a foe,   Tennyson.
Imlv nnly knits her brow when
vou ily from her. Follow her and
-in- smiles.���Carmon Sylva,
Presents make lho hoarl ui"W
tuu.i.*r. -Frank Clemins.
When llie right  klllll of a pe:--
Box-^85
Prince Rupert, B.l
l'.;o. HOX a
I'RINCE KUPBRT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rr.-... or ****** kuxon. na**.. a.a.a.m.. i oi. . -a..
PRINCE RUPERT INK
ANU
ANNEX
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Ruilway on
the American nnd European plan.
Exc-ll.-htly furnial.nl. with
���team heal, electric light, aud all
modern conveniences, being absolutely lir��t-c!_ia in every reaped.
The it|i|��intnient�� and service
sre equal to any hotel on the
coaat
Rales: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet. Manager.
THERoyal Hotel j
Cor. Third Avenue snd Slx.h Si.
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steumtittinguml
Sheet Metal Work
Of1!c->: :lnl Ave.
l*le..i���*i;i 2nd Av
Work.hop
hot. 7th and Hth Sta
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MERCANTILE   agency
COLLECTIONS ANI1 REPORTS
Fir.. Lif. and Accid.nl In.iT.nca
iU   "I- lr.1 Avenue I'hone 20t end Green :
!!�� I'RINCE RI'rERT
.������...-a
There mav bo friends whiun you havo forgotten In
itn* rush and worry of lho week, gonn li>. If so study nui'
catalogue.   Soleol some suitable gift and have us attend
jj} AMI)
("j    IIIRNESS *   SAIllll.KH
}���{   to lhe mailer for you.
-!- To all our patrons we
BROWN
KRY  MANUFAtrrURBK
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outaide Orders Promptly Pilled.
;   2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th St.
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay  Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince llupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
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NEW YEAR.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
B THE IROQUOIS
:? POOL
Engliidi and American Billiarda
Twelve Ttblea SECOND Ave
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
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Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
.���-���.:��� AVKNUB -        PtUNC.t m I f :k r
For Rent
Four-roomed Houte {15.00
Four-roomed Cottage fl't.00
IN SECTION   SEVEN
Th. Iln-
lh*. *or.X   ���
ani ,.. .",   h��a.��*l.
H...andc'11'e1",
Ihn.n-i   e-m an.1
lee.tat.re-e>
Tlireo-roomed Cottage
partly furnished $2tl.on
IN SECTION six
A  few cheap  lots  for sale on
eaty payment-
i G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Coiley 4 Burgess, Props j
,.��_�����..���-������-"W**"m~*m~mr*
Limited.
..-i. n.l Ave.. Prince lluperl. B.C.
ami ilu- hotter ihe loaal Is served
Hie heller.
A popular mould of cold meal
i" ma.le a, follows:   Melt half an
iiiiiii '.   dripping   in   u   small
saucepan and when nullo hot put
in ii ��| I onion and fry till tender.    Add Imll an "Ui  of Hour
nn.I iwo inlile,i nfuls of stock,i
.tilling  nil  the  lime.     Ih.il  well, j
mill n th*,,''ii-piioiifiil of catsup'
nml ili>* same >.f chopped parsloy,
Mix well inio this half n pound of
 k.'il meal, ohopped llnely, and
let ii gol cold.. Grease a basin
well, line il wiih brown crumbs
uml nil it witli the above mixture,
.���..ver with greased paper nnd
bake in a moderate oven for half
un hour. Turn oul lo serve audi
pour a - i gray around.
Four Cloth Cleaning Hints.
To Greitii Blue Bergo���Sponge
wllh  strong  Indigo blue water,
ph i n board afler the waler
hus been allowed to evaporate ami
pross with ii warm iron.
To Glean ltlat*k Taffetas    Take
lot. iiitnii whisky as nquired and
..ni hus ton small a place he does
In- work so well us to make Hi-
plaee bigger.���L. II. llriggs.
My rule is In go straight for-
u,nil in .1..ing whal uppenr, |�� ...-
right, leaving the oonsequenoee
to Providence. Benjamin Prank.
lm.
A cheerful  mind  is nol onli
disposed to he alTiihle and ohlig- (
uu-.   hul   rni��"s   lhe   snme   good
humor In those *... come within
ti. influence.���Addison.
VICTORIA BEAT CALIFORNIA
==_=E.   F'   i   mt**,   Co.a-��_-_
i'KAL   FSTAT.V
Kili.iimlRl.im 1 .-wl For Sale
MI.-i M.m. '  �� > H   C.
First Qamo a Draw, Second a Win,
Third la Neoesaary.
I Canadian  I'reaa Despatch.)
Victoria, I ���>���>-. 19. ��� Victoria
w.ui Hie second game irom the
t nlversit) of California today in
tin* ..in ��� for llu* Co..per Keith
trophy, won lasi yenr bv ihe
Berkole) playersi Tin- score was
>i\ point- I., three. The first
game was drawn, so a third gamo
t. necessary.
(biranri Sweepisf and Fsraact Qtsasjg
Prepare for *r*nt r hy gel tinc jour fix
... e. *nrl flue, put tr order by
C. H. CUT. IIN-U
iiKi.ai Uaaa- ****** Mm fan fast*, a
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director end   r.mbelme
CHARGES It   a .ir.*Aiu.r
THIRD   AVENUE      rilONF.   )M
OPEN IIAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and EMHALMERS
Funeral   Ihr-eUm
Inl Av. n*-.- ��.h Si I'h^n. No. It
New
Knox
Hotel
H.I.O
MEMORANDUM
OPEN     EVENINGS   UNTIL   9   O'CLOCK
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PONY EXPRESS
���WIMUni   ***** ������*���*������*   toiuvur ������nnosj
lULt*gr*At**. s*-*tn0*p nml   K--rwa.nl.nt Aar#nU     Ym
Uig* m *M��f Car dar or rtt*ht
i-irtmill A****, and Fulton
BESNER * BESN-tB. Paotwawas
ey, am tm, tojH. JJ*- {S^ISKr!!
ftm.   Kim <1��" ********       itKDS tor Ul'
FIUsi avi:NUE. PBINCB BUPEBT
Windsor Hotel
K-HSTAVI.M-1.AT I I..IITU HTH.'.
Ne-I). Fumiihed and
Steam Healed Rnom.
, m-tgl  0UM SAS   vs.. pirfflW
'     aooM m fomytw"
.  ... a  *,,l , IM,   VM'  I *
^V,,- nui i" '���'���*->***'
W. H. Wrifbl. Prop        rn W *
Savoy Hotel
RUPgiri PAtAW or  cordrosr
^.      We    Loaned
Money
at
..Grand  Hotel..
Worklngnun's Home
Free Labor Boreas is Ceeaectise
Pit.,...' 119 ltt Ave  and 7th it
GEO    HHi.il. R1U1. I
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
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Sir"
Per Cent, to
Build This
House
Let us loan yoa ths mn:/ ta bj/ o; baild a bOUM or pay off a mortgage.
CANADIAN HOME INVESTMENT CO.
Mclntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office: Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Utile's NEWS Agency
M��K��/i'.i.a :: I'eriodlcsla :: Newepspet-e
CIGAKS   :���   TOHACCOS   ::   FRUIT!
Q.T.P   WHARF
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholes-lears of
Northern   British   Columbk
I a. Iua... Af.nla lm
BUDWEISER BEER H,
THIS UAtLY MEWS
Do You Want a Buyer for It?    Try the News Want Ad. Way.    It's a Good One.
it-da
Wishing you the Compliments of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
amV/Uola.a.
We are not goli-g to carry them over, but. havo decided to
sell ut a price that will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Sooond Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avonue.
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Phone 62.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion -
THEKE   ARE   NO   "DEAD   ONES"   HEKE���
NOMINATION DAY FIXED
Monday, 8th January Is the Date
In Terms of Aot.
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Monday, lhe eighth day of Jan-
iiiiiv, is nomination duy for the
inuniolpal oontest.    Printed uo-
lii'es uie to lie posted antl tenders
have i.e. ���" oal led for tin- publication of the advertisement in terms
t.f the aot.
Special Shipment of Turkeys
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Just reoeived a large shipment of fresh Turkeys and Poultry
for  Now   Years.
None Loft Over From Christmas.
Lowest Prices
1-5.   t      -.1.
...Frizzell's Meat Market...
MCINTYRK  lll.OIK.   Tlllltl"  AVKNI I
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DRIED BREWERS' GRAIN
.lean. hrlRlil and wlmletome, low-
in water and carbohydrates, but cun-
laiiini* nearly rtmil.li. tht amount ot
fell an.l protein, pound ror pound,
titan UM ordinary ftedstum In local
      II
Meet!   all  the Requirement, of a
Profitable Dairy Feed
ami compared In prn-e with what la
a-ketl tor oilier reedstulTs la triple
protein value r..r your money, lis
.up. iu.rm li.i in llie tael lhal r.-.-.l-
nn.- ll increases bolh the total dl-
ir. -itlile in.tii. r ami Uie amount or
���,it   .11.1 protein  In lhe daily rallon
AND SAVES VOU 40 TO BO
PER CENT ON FEED.
lou -ii i-M not be without it.
Mailed *raim>. rrcsh and sweet rrom
the brew kettle dried in a cntlnu*
out taeuuiu process by
THE ROYAL STOCK FOOD Co.
Limited
Oryara ol  and  Daalera In  F..d
Producla
SCOTIA  AND FRONT STRtBTS
VANCOUVER, B. C
-OOOOOOO
The Insurance People
Agents for the Largest Casualty Company in the World
OCEAN. ACCIDENT AND GUARANTY
r
Bras
Extend to their many clients heartiest wishes for
A Happy
and
Prosperous
New Year
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FIRE. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Representing  Fifteen   Fire   Insurance  Companies
New Location        Westholme Block        Second Avenue
LARGEST OCTICBfl IN Till: city
* Mack Realty & Insurance Co.
Le.
For Rent
���* *****aa*a**\*j
For Rent-Two ruomod cabin, i lose lo McBride,
freihly papered and olvun, only $10 por month.
H  F. McKno & Co. t-f
t>ooooo<o>ooooooV>00
...FRANK D. KEELEY...
Insurance
_1
OUR Companiea an* noted for prompt and juit
settlements. Wo write every known class of
Inaurance. The Mack Realty und Insurance Co.
Wanted
Wanted-General Servant.
Apply Mrs. I.. VV. Patmure.
Other  maid  kopt.
tf
Maternity nurse  op��n   for rnsaK��'ment.   Apply j
Box 2169 Newa. tf
Wanted.   -    Dressmaking, cleaning and press-
ing. repairing for men and women  Mrs Charles I
Prrcher. 820Thlni Ave.   PhOMlM EUd.     tf    |
Wanted to rent or  tease by tint of January, 6 or
i. i.".in modern house, 'closv in.   State terms to
Elax&L
UTUAT10N  wanted���Young man Witt experience   in   draught.ntr   and   surveying
work; references,    llox 1926. News.
890-900
Stenographer
Eastern stenographer uf wide experience wants
position. Address "Slenogiaphor." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouvar. B.C. Uf
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
AT THK
Auditorium
Championship Roller Race
* (ONE MILE)
Splendid Entry      Again Who Will Win?
OEORGE WESTON
11. M. LEVER
ll. MEHRINO
It. SMITH
Wiih.-. lo extend to hii many
friendi and patroni
Greetings of the Season
Race Commonoes at
'.i o'Clock Sharp
ADMISSION
25c
...FRANK D. KEELEY...
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jj* Greetings and Good Wishes to All
������-
Business Chances
4
Ihi.n I   wurry  about  rainy  dtys.    Wo do
rainlly   washing  al   -.':>   pieces   lor   oao
.le.ii.it     special care ilvcn nue llanncls.
I'lione 118.    Pioneer Sleatn Laundry.
288 300
Lost and Found        ���
I't .I'M. Mi in-ii ii-ni.-i r.'inal.' pup.
"wu. i mat ii....* ian..* by paylnir rur
UU*.   um   at News omce. ;i'f.l
MACK REALTY CO. MOVES
Enterprising  Firm Is Today Established In Fine New
Premises.
New   Year   1U12  will   tlnd  tho
Well-known   sign     of     the   Mark
Ui'ali> Company well established
..ver their li.uul.*-..in. new premises in the Westholme Business
lili.rk, Beoond Avenue. Today,
the last busineaa day nf 1011, the
Ilrm transfers to these premises
\\lii.-li are beautifully fitted in
golden .ink throughout, with all
the   latest   ..Hi i|.ii|)inent,   de-
ooratlons, furnishings and finish
in match. The private olllce of
Mr. J. l.t.rue Mrl.ar. u, head of
the Ilrm. i- furnished in Mission
style, mi.I lhe whole suite forms
one of the largest real estate and
insurant Dices in the cily, with
.very faoilil) for lhe handling of
Immense business. The Mack
Realty Co, represents 15 of the
ill'.illg.'Sl  111" insurance com pi. 11 -
les in the world. Then- Realty
Depart I la under management of Mi. K. J. Slierutin, who
is well known here, an.l their ac-
eountlng department is managed
by Mr. C. V. Evitt, another old-
iimer, late uf tho Union Hank
italT. Mr. .1. Lome McLaren
himself i- one nf (he business
pioneers of Prince Ituperl as well
as one nf the largest holders of
real estate In the city, and his
 Qdenoe In Prinoe llupert is so
s>.lnl that lu- hns not yet turned
over u single lot of his holdings.
As agents for the Wesllu.liiie
business blook, !..r lhe new opera
In.use nexi .lour and in their own
fiir-reaehing business lines the
Maek Realty Co bids foir to do
redil to their line new premises.
Inspection   Visit.
General superintendent Mohan
has returned frum a visit, of Inspection UP the line, hul leaves
today mi another trip over the
steal, lie reports excellent progress wiih construction,   stoei win
he through lhe Kilselas tunnel in
s day or two n iw. Mr. Mehan
Innl no notification at all regarding   the   Skeenu   Crossing   strike,
whioh affeots only Foley, Weloh
.v Stewart men.
Wishing You All the Compliments
of the Season
*****
B
HI
for
Yours
for
Efficient
Service
a*
1
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*****
B
HI
v*
*.���*
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19 12
CLARK IlltOS. desire lo thank their customers for the   JSJ
patronage accorded them .luring the year jusi closed and   *��
solicit a continuance for Hie Year 11)12.
Williams & McMeekin
Grocers for Everybody
��:;
::��
*.*
*.*
...
4.x,
*..*
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Clarke Bros.
.....<.. ..*.**.ma.**..*.\*.****e..*.******.****4.**��****-***'*e*'*
3rd Ave 1
I
*.;;.&:3:^
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Murine
Accident
Plate Gloss
Employer's Liability
Contractors' uml Personal r.iei.ii-
l'olicios Written   Direct
Tin:
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY,
I\S.��� HmiM'a Jttul Ki'nt.lla.
Prince Rupert Hardware and
Supply Co., Ltd
Extend to all their heartleat good
wishes for the Year 1912.
n
!!
I
1 .
Three Inls, block 7, ieclion I, 12,600 e.ncli;
*s\ rash, bai, I, 8, 3 years al 7 per eenl.
Two lull, block SO. taOUon I, 15,000 pair;
14   Oats,   bai.   ii,   m,   is   in..ti tii-.   al   7
per frill.
Two IpU, blink 22, aection 5, 11,630; 1500
'-.-I., lull, 3, <*., 0, 12 in..nth.
TWO lols, block 2, MCtlOO 6, tl,5uo. Kuiitly
OaaB,    Fine view loll.
One lot, block  6, Section 5,  tl.SOO.    1300
cai.li, I, 0, IS moans, nl 7 per cent.
one lot, lilock 28, ieclion 6. f:,23.    |225
rash, bai. t.mi every 3 in..nil,-, at 7 per
rent.
One Inl, blork II, MOtlOO 6, |*.',2.*i0.    Hall
eatb. Iml. 6,  1*.' ii.m::, . al 7  per .uni.
oii>- 101. blink 17. Mellon 7, iioo.   1200
nan, ml i, t, 12 moatha; wiitt cabin;
one  lot, block   lr., seeilon  7,  16(0,    1300
rash, I, c, 12 months, at 7 per tent.
Two Iota, block 17, section 7, 11,600. One-
Itilitt riie.li, boi.  I untl 2 years, al 7 Per
.���.ill.*
I ��*,  l-fl|M    K   12,  u ctinii  ;,   -:,-,,i each,
M '***% bai. '., 12 inonlhs.
TwV'loIsT bliifk  3, section   7,  tOio  each.
���tt, cash, bal.0, 12, 18 iniuiliis.
Two  litis,  block  3, lection  7.  1560  each.
V, cash, hat. 0, 12, 18 months, al 7 per
cent.
I'ntir lols. block 3, section 7, 13,000. 14
MU. Iml. o, 12, ib months. Urn
corner.
Threa Iota, block 37, section 7,11,600,   tt
cash,  Iml.  n,   12,   18 luiniihs,  al  7  per
cent.
Two lots, blook 2S, scclion 8, tl.noo. One-
lltirtl cash, Iml. ti, 12, 18 innnllis.    Corner.
TWO lols. block 28, Sl'l'lhin 8,  I860.     t260
rash, Iml. 0, 12 lit.,1.tM-.
TWO Inls, hloi'k  19, Motion  8,  811.0 each.
itn casli, imi. ��i6 per month,
lne Inls blork 1(1, MCtlOO 8, |276 each;
Iml. ||| per month.
FOR  RINT.
si.ire, >ert,nd avenue al Sixth streei,
FOR   SALE.
Ctbln with lour rooms; cheap.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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Prince Rupert Hardware and
Supply Co., Ltd
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3K
JaTHAMr
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WATCHES
The  N.w
Jewelry    Slore
Mussallem &
Watches
All kinds of
watches at decidedly
reduced prices.
Largest slock in
town of Howard
watches. Exclusive
agents for South
Mend watches. Regular $5 parlor clocks
for 13.25.
Phone Blaok Ml
423
Fifth At.. Eaal
I The  Kaien Hardware Co. 1
Desire to extend to all their best
wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year.
m The Kaien Hardware Co. ��

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