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Jt,*/  The  News'   Want  ��d.
Way.
AILY
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II. NO. 298
Prince Rupekt, B.C., Friday, December 29. 1911.
Price Five Cents
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CY PECK SAYS HE WILL WITHDRAW
IF FRANK MOBLEY WILL RUN INSTEAD
Says He Would be Glad of the Opportunity to Get Out  of   the
Mayoralty Contest, and is Willing to Withdraw iu Mr. Mobley's Favor���Statement Made on His Return Last Night
As soon as ho returned from
Port Kssinglon last night Cy
peek was informed of the notion
,,f ilu' nu'iiihci's of tho Ratepayer-' Association nt their meeting
in Mclntyre Hall wImhi they en-
,|,,i.fil Mr. Mobley for mayor
with a minority for Mr. Peck.
Members of the executive with
Hu- president, Mr. Abler, were
met by Mr. Peck, who deolared
himself nol in any way put out
hi ihi- turn of events. He thanked
Hu* executive cordially for tho
roiifldonoe they had shown in put-
n::���_* forward his namo, but re-
marked that for his own part he
un.. very willing to withdraw in
i ivur uf Mr. Mobley if Mr. Mobley
would run fur mayor. Mr. Mobley's altitude Inst nighl wa. certainly a dtrool rofusal I nsldcr
candidature nt nil unless il is
thoroughly nml Bquarcl; understood thai he is nut coming Inio
llu- field againsl Mr. Peek. In
fuel, knowing Mint Mr. Pook had
announced himself, .Mr. Moblcj
lui.I uu Intention uf running ul nil.
tf.  howovcr,  Mr.  I k definitely
withdraws, Mr. Mobley may be
persuaded in run.
Mr. Peek himself expressed his
Intention lo withdraw last night,
"I nm rather glad," he said, "i"
huve nu opportunity in gel mil
uf this. I Bald t<> Mr. M< blcj
from  lhe  llrsl  lhat   I was nol
anxious rm* It, ami am willing lo
withdraw iii liis favor."
li i. ver) lil.fl> lhal .Mr. Peek
will he mil nf 11'wu ul Ihi' lime of
tin' election, a. urgent buslnoss
in,ilii I-. rail lum south al pi't'st'lil,
ami In- may imi be able lo return
in time fm* i hf contest.
TO HEAR DIVORCE CASES
Ontario  Bar  Association  Wants
Them Tried In Supreme Court.
Canadian Press Despatoh.)
Toronto, lief. ���_"... The Ontario
Uni' .'VHstirialii.ii at its session
here recommends abolishing the
administering ul lho oalh nu the
Ililile ill lhe Courts, also Hint the
Supremo Cour| and nol the Son?
aif he iiif tribunal in try Canadian dlvnroe cases.
New Year Trip,
about 11 fly Prat class passen-
gors nml sixty Beoond olass and
dock passengers l.'ft by the lluperl lasi nighl nu ber New Yenr
spoolal trip,
Tom and Jerry nl tho Savoy.
ALDERMANIC TICKETS ALL DEPEND
ON WHETHER MOBLEY RUNS OR NOT
Presidents of the Property Holders' and Ratepayers' Associations
Say They Cannot Announce Their Aldermanic Tickets Until
F.H.Mobley Gives Decision���Rev.W.E.Collison May Run
'intill Mr. Mobley announces
himself more definitely ns n candidate ..r non-candidate for
mayor it is unlikely thai any
definite tiek.'t fm- aldermen oan
l��- announced,"
These are the worda of Mr. A.
Cloiupp, presidonl  of the Prop
's'   AHH.ieiulii.ii.   last
CHINESE HONCES REFUSE
HALIBUT FISHERS' CLOSE ESCAPE
Crew of the Cutter "Slani" Arrive iu Port in  a  Famished  and
Exhausted Condition After Terrible Experience of Hardship
VESSEL HAD FOUNDERED OFF BANKS ISLAND   GREAT BRITAIN AND JAPAN
i*i*l\     llnl.le  ^^^^^^^^^^^
night.
Muiii lho same opinion wus ex-
pi-essod by W. J. Abler, president
of ihe Ratepayers' Association.
Itiiih tlif presidents met ami
talked over the situation Informally in Ur..Aider's olfioe yesterday afternoon, but neither could
lb row uny light on the probable
membera nr strength of the
liek.i each itssi.eiali.iu in considering,
Mr. Alder's opinion is lhal it
will li.' ilillleiill ft.i' bulb asocia-
imiis in put up separate full
liokota, nml ihe suggestion lhat
only  purl inl   tiokets  be  run  was
re
nin.I.-,   Iml   met   with   litlle
spiiiisf from Mr. Gampp.
The Int est name mentioned as
a likely aldermanic enndidnte for
tlif Properly Holders' ward, Hays
l'.i k tlisli-ii-l, is thai of Rov. W.
B. Collison. It has been strongly
asserted that Mr. Collison will
step forward lo repreaent bin section of the citizens if shown that
Ihore is real need for capable
representatives.
There is to be a meeting of
lh.- properly holders tonight, at
whioh ""' proposals for a ticket,
full iu- partial, will bu more fully
gone Into than hitherto.
Best i-t it iiii iii town at the Savoy.
WI'tANn   f-lfTP    AMV    MfiATCV Nothing Daunted the Bold Fellows Re-Floated  Her With  Logs and Towed  Her
n/lllU   UT LI\   /ill I    IflUiuJ       With thc Dories to Kitkatla    Stores Were Ruined and the Men Were Almost
PREMIER YUAN   AFTER A WARM INTERVIEW RESIGNS, BUT
ON THE PLEADINGS OF THE EMPRESS WILL TRY TO
RAISE A FOREIGN LOAN TO SAVE COUNTRY.
Starved   They Made for the Nearest Restaurant as Soon as They Arrived
Pekin, Dec.    29���Premier   YuanI Princes I urn n .leaf ear '*��� his
during a warm interview with tbo pleadings.    Ho will now lunk lo
Chinese Prinoaa and in the presence of tho Kmprcss Dowager
has resigned, but on the plend-
ings of Ihe i'.mpres8 agrcd to ro-
.*.insider his derision. He wants
money at onoo lo save the conu-
Iry, but    lhe    wealthy    Monchu
|foreign nations i" secure a loan
if possible nf 110,000,000.
Wait for lhc big dance Monday.
Pantorium   Pioneer  Cleaners.
Phone i.
SWIFT WRECK ) i ASPIRANTS FOR
BEFELL GRAirr!  ONE MILE RACE
Willi lhe flrsl haul ..r fresh
halibut inn.if.I in Ituperl for days,
Imi wiilie.ul ti bile of food or u
scrap uf fuel on board, lhe Van-
linn cutler Slam iu.i.i.
port sI��� i ��� morning, ller crow ..f
six nun have a slorj of harden I pr
hnrdil) nvcrctimo which beats lhal
..f ih.' whaler (Irani, for Lhaae six
ii.* ii unaided managed to save
Iheir limii. whioh wenl ashore in
ilif .anil' way as Hie wrecked
Grant,
While anchored In 1'rincehy
s.iiinil, Hanks Island, lhe Slani
was driven aground with brokeu
in 'mi:-   b\   a   furious   simw
squall.     Th'' in.ui  bail In lake to
Iheir litilf boal i" reach shore,
innl  Ihf  fuller,  whieh   is   a  big,
powerful cruri, Mink, her decks
I ik eoiiipletoly awash.
All lhe .stores were ruined by
water and ibe u ��i. wore In danger
of starving in the ley weather.
Hut slicking lo tli.'ir lioiii ns the
only hope for Iheir lives, they got
I., work an.I witli logs Hunted oil
shore and rope laaklo hilohod to
llic musl. Ihey contrived to raise
ihe lioiii so that with it reoedlng
lull- th.-y eoiilil pump bar out.
she floated next li.le, bill her
erg no and ballerina wore ruined
h\ llu- sail water. II was impossible to milk.' sail, so pain-
rully, wllh lhe .lories, the crew
to,veil the craft to Kitkalla, whore
Ihey obtained some new hiilleri.s
ii'oiu mi Indian launoh owner.
Thus thi'v wore able to make Kupert in triumph tins morning
wiili their cargo of ilsh. which, as
tl.. iir-t landed fur daya, ih fetching good prices.
The Slani, whioh is a 10-horse-
|ni\\fi* auxiliary .'..n.-r, loft Vancouver nearly a month ago. Uor
crow are prospooling for haltlr.il
mi it profit sharing basis. Tln.li
names ar.': K. Pulton, T. D.
Bmilh, A. Marsh, ons Schilling,
William Kennedy ami Dennis
Wiles,  wlm  is captain  ami et-
gii i*.   Their very lli-st move on
landing al lluperl was to make
iii- the nearest restaurant fur a
hot nu'ill breakfast.
TODAY
WILL KEEP EYE ON RUSSIA
MONGOLIA    SECURE8   HER    INDEPENDENCE���RUSSIA
ASKS OHINA TO RESUME CONTROL���A KIND
OF INTERNATIONAL JOKE.
In Leas Than an Hour the III-
Fated Whaler Waa Beyond
Hope of Salving���Large Crew
8aved In Small Boats
Captain Crockett of thc lost
whaler (.rant, which went ashore
and foundered ns reported in The
News yesterday on White Itorks.
Hanks Island, said before leaving
for Vancouver that a broken
anchor caused the wreck. There
was no chance lo save thc vessel.
she struck a few minutes after
the anchor broke, and in twenty
minutes fell over on her sido. An
hour later she. had completely
sunk. The men lost nearly over) -
lliing. They saved their lives hy
taking lo their dories, whieh were
picked up by the Falcon anon
afler the wreck. Tho Falcons
men did some good boat work
lo save the crew. There were
nine of a crew and twenty-five
fishermen on board the Grant, be-
sidos the captain and five QflloerSi
all of whom have left fur the
south. The (.rant is said to be
a total loss.
MIQHT HAVE DIED
Angus MoKay Helpleeely Drunk In
Fresting Weather Last Night.
Found last night helplessly
drunk on Third avenue, near Uie
Union Transfer Co.'s jlabies,
Angus McKay was brought in a
rig to the police station jusi about
in time to save him from being
frozen to death. He was thawed
out and sobered up. This morning he paid ��5 and costs for ine
adventure. HI
i
I Three Well-Known Roller Rinkers
Will Race on Monday, 1st January���First Contest In Rupert. I
ll.  M. Lover, *'* go  VVoslon
and .I. smiiii arc lhc three principal aspirants lo lhe h r or'
achieving the one-mile roller
- ���> ��� I'hnmpiouslii'f nl ''
I'.ui" rl. 'I'ln- race Is nnnntii,������ .i
for ilu- nighl of Monday, i-i January. Lasi year an exhibition
mile wis skated here, but Uu>
contest iu'w announced i- tin-
iii**-i actual nu*''. H. M. Lever i-
ilif former Instructor ai lho rii i;
Oeorge Weston has spool ninsid-
fi'.il'''- I ime mi pull. Ps. innl -I
Sliillll   Is   III''   '-'��� ��� 11.1 ��� -���   llll   i '.   '
wlm rivalled Lover in Iwentj
rounds "i lhe rink. Vspiranu
aro training for lhe pace now,
PECKSH1ELDW0N
BY P. R. *im
Lively Final In Solo Contost Last
Night���Wandcrors Won Gnme,
P. R. Club Won Scries
The  Prince  Ruperl  Club  has
lh,. inu f v. Inning  tho !'��� ck
shield for solo whist. Tho Unal
game vm* played lasi night In the
Prince fluporl Club rooms, and
though lhc Wanden ��� - won lhc
game by. about 100 po nts, lhe
Prince Ruporl Club had loo big
n lend on previous games and
wmi by 760 points. There we ������
five tables. The Peok ihlold will
adorn  lhe  Prlnco   Ruperl   Club
FIGHTING A BATTLE   FOR LARGER LIBERTY.
Peking,  ller. 211    Any  designs  this China has replied thai it is
Hint Russia mas have on the fut- impossible ta do so at present.
I ure destiny of Mongolia are lo be I    Mongolia lodny    ;Kriday; on-
cIoh.'Iv watched by    the    foreign ters upmi her period of indepen-
mowers, especially by Britain and de  and tears are felt among
Japan. the Powers lhal flusta will take
Husiu hns forwarded a note lo advantage nf lhe present unreal
China asking that country to re- in China to attempt to secure lhe
Mime control nf Mongoliu, but to I control of th untry.
CHURCH ORGAN 'JUDGE MABEE
ON WAY HERE    SCORES G. T. P.
Kev.  Chas.  M. Sing   Expects  the Tells Mr.  D'Arcy  Tate That His
Metropolitan Church Organ to Company Is Always Trying to
Arrive Next Week for His New .   Do   Illegal   Things���Stood   by
Church. Express Man.
Workmen are engaged in putting in Ibe healing plant i't the
new Molhodlsl I'.hiir.-li. whieh ih
rapidl) taking Qnlsbed shape,
i in* hooting plant is iiii extensive
ni ml will .five the Iiiii lis and
showers lo be arranged fur iu
connection with Ihu gymnusiuiii
. in in- adapted rrom the old ohuroh
building, winch will he raised to
loftier dimensions when it is
moved up lhe hill.   Rev, Charles
-*iiu:. who -pen.Is snmc tlllie CU.'ll
��� lliy    III'"llll.I    III.'    new    building,
mentioned i<> The News yesterday Hint the Metropolitan obhroh
organ winch the Melhodisls of
Prince Hup.ui have purchased
, from Victoria Will probably ur-
; live here n.'Xl week and will lie
erected when Ibe space in the
bollding is ready for ll. it Is bc-
lu'M'ii tlml iiii organ builder fan
lie secured In Prlnco Rupert.
Shipwrecked Crew.
Captain Crocket! <.f lhe wreokad
whaler Oranl booked by th. Rupert for Vanoouver laal nighl with
hi�� officers and crew.
Mr. and Mrs. Marsh left for
Vanoouver by the Prince Rupert
last night.
Tenders from Vanoouver.
Victoria, Dec. 29.���Tenders are
being invited here for the. Miction of tho freight sheds and
warehouse at the Oovernmcnt
wharf af Prince Rupert, int.
tenders are receivable up to January Hth.
promised
now
for a year,
ii	
dieP
well
p.rl
Tlif obo*.
|1H   cllll'lll'l
lIll'V     .'IP
ted, well'
,.|      IIP*     Cil
, I   here   from   China   and   WOWS   -
king from Planning on       i        0Dium-da8ed. MUil-savage.    ihey
, nghtlng are no longer "��'��ygj ,lf lllc. -evolutionary army li due to ihe sup
.clad and wolliO-Ocered,    rm  buoowi
S___-----S_t	
Hu- revolutionary
Thr Chinese solars well-drilled,
Wait far the big danee Meaesy.
Touting Milk Supply*
ed
r w
,���.,!-     11 I �� '*
TW7.irv,nnMrkcdall��'
Alderman Ltayn '       wheihor
nighl'* '��� "'Il "'
"""" ".ri"."img Instruments nau
""' ""lk nl.nedlcal health of-
arHvd nr ^'Xmed h, lh��
mccr. He *��" ,., hnd arr vad,
CH)' cl��rki_tcstlng had nol boon
suits?- -	
Vansouver.
f-ussla
NO RIVALS ALLOWED
Will Not Allow tho Salve-
Si.  Pete
Miiiifil "I
lion Army to Enter
Ixl.   'I'll'
_aT**^*^BM*jB^
Mini
Sons of Norway.
A lodge of Hie s'-ns of Norway
. partly organised ai a moet-
Ing in Carpenters' Hall last night.
������I,,, following ..Ulcers wero cleet-
,.,*.    John   Dybhavn,  president;
I iii-s Larseni vloe president; Blnar
i*. ������*. i'"1'' ,,      ^^_^^_^^^^^^^
|C" hM ^MthlstaklStnd.    sccrelnry.    and    l-ter
,r General
lie
S!'��iv;;i��r-.rt
\22s2222sr.	
ol-
in
Nelso, cashier.
Walt for the big dance Monday.
AL  KAUFFMAN   BEATEN
Was Knooked Out In Fifth Round
by Al Falser.
(Canadian Press Despatoh,!
New York, lice. 211.    Al Kauir-
iiiiiii.    lhe    heavyweight,    was
knocked oul iii the fifth round of
a ben-round bout by Al Falser last
night.   A punch to the jaw did ll,
Mr. E. O. Goebel Hurt.
On Christmas  morning  Mr.  F,.
il.  Goebel,   lhe  chef nl   lhe   Now
Knox Hotel, hn.l nn unfortunate
accident,   severely   sralding   his
Itll   flint   with   ii   pun  of  boiling
Iwatcr.   it is feared Hint it will
take some tunc for imn lo recover
from Hu- accident.
NOTIOE
A meeting of the Property Owners' Association of I't inn. llupert will be held in the Presbyterian church imn mi fourth avC
mi Friday, Hie 21)1 h Dec, al H p.
iii. All members nml intending
members are requested io be present for th. purpose "f recommending Candidates for Mayor
uml Alilfi'innii. The annual fee
ih J�� t .(in. Enrollment Ol members will tnkc place. Everybody
should com*.. 3t
11'i.iii.iiiiiii rie-*-.- Despatch.)
Ottawa, Deo. 28.���Judge Mabee
look Hie side ol a cnhmnii against
lhe il. 'I'. P. in it caie that came
up for hearing before the Railway
Commission. The cabman, K. A.
1-ui'cell, bad been refused admission In the O. T. P. station
at Sit-skat.ini to look for fares,
the ii. T. I>. hnving given thc exclusive right to a bus company,
Miiimiuii Hie question wns in
i'.tif ii small ono, ii Involved tbe
lurgc mailer of Hu- right of rnil-
w,i> companies lo mukn exclusive
ui- 11 incuts of Ihe kind. An adverse decision in Ihf company
was given" some time aco; and
Mr. Talc w*aa desirous oH_-in-
ing a rehearing.
"You piled trucks nnd Iwiggage
up .'��� ihnl lad lei could net get
from the trains In Mr. Pafcccll's
tali. ' said Judge Malice. ''Why,
youi' agreemeni means that my
coachman could not meet mo at
lhc station I.��� tnkc.mo home."
"We could modify tho agroc-
ineni." suggested Mr. Tale.
"I would not modify siic-h an-
agreement; l would wipe it out
f existence altogether," replied
ih.. Chairman.   "Nobody bill your'
company tries lo do illegal things'
all   the   lime.     This   mum was
kicked  around by your  station-
master: ymi had him in the Police Court nnd an appenl w*s refused." ,
Judge Mnl.ce finally refused tha
motion for a rehearing.
Scandinavians.
Don'l nnss Ihe dance In the K.
of I', II nl I nn Saturday night.
(���ray's orchestra will play. A
good program and refreshments.
Gentlemen *1.50; Indies free.   3t
Southbound.
ll. s. Wallace and M. M. Stephens were passengers for Vancouver by the Rupert last night.
I    Wait for tht big dance Monday. I->F
I f J
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Daily Edition.
Friday, Dec. 29
t
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MR. WM. MANSON, M. P. P.
Before everything else i.s forgotten in the exciti'int'iit .if the
jj municipal election, it woulil be well for some of the representa-
i tive bodies to remember to meet the member for Bkeena ami
Instruct him as to the demands of Prinoe Rupert,
It is true thut Mr. Manson's duties ;is Mayor will keep him
here until after the opening 41 f the Legislature, 1ml it. is likelj
that he will desert the ottj lo attend to his legislative duties,
as he has done on every previous occasion where the duties of
ithe two positions conflicted. This will mean that Mr. Manson
will leave the city before the municipal campaign is completed,
and as a modest mini who does not like to give iniylimly trouble
he may slip away iniiiistnicteil ami come back again bringing
nothing with him.
Last year Mr. Manson surct-eileil v '.' in obtaining 11 grant of
only $225,0(10 lor public works in the whole Skeena dislrict.
To in ake matters worse, he expressed satisfaction and pleasure
at the .imi.mil. instead of raising Cain al llic paltry sum.
If such a thing is attempted this year Mr. .Mans.ni should
be instructed to point out to the Qovernmeni thai the Skeena
district gives millions to the treasury in taxati.ni. lie should
tell them that lhe-Queen Charlotte Islands alone give u sum in
excess of 9600,000. He should demand that, dollar for dollar,
the money that is exacted in taxali.m from llie settlers in these
northern wilds should be put back again in public works in order
lo develop lhc wealth of this district
The Government last year made extensive appropriations for
works of a largely ornamental character. While Hie settlers in
the Skeena dislrict have to buy school hunks for their children,
the Province ia putting by millions to establish a university. The
university is to be situated at Point Qrey,
The Province made elaborate expenditures for an insane
asylum. The asylum was established al Coquitlam. With great
forethought all the Provincial Membera were Invited to be present
at the opening. Big expenditures were entered into for a Provincial jail, also to be built in 'he south. Now it is proposed to
expend large sums on a museum In be built nl Victoria. These
works are being largely built 011 the money that is extnrteil from
the settlers and dwellers in the Skeenu dislrict, who themselves
are suffering for lack of roads, for lack of 11 proper land clearing
scheme, and for lack of assistance to develop their holdings.
In regard lo Prime Itupert Mr. Mhiis.ui will have even
��� greater cause lo make bold demands 011 the treasury. .Vol only
do our citizens pay taxes to the Provincial Qovernmeni for which
they gel nothing in return but a receipted bill, but the Provincial
Governmeni is the largest absentee laiidlni-.l .uni land speculator
in Prince Rupert. Its wealthy holdings here have been made
wealthy by lhe effort of Prince Rupert citizens, yet lhc Government does not even pay a dollar in taxes. The people of Prime
Rupert have to pay the taxes 011 the Qovernmeni Inls. The Provincial Government whurf dial was heralded as it gift from the
Oovernmcnt lo the citizens turns mil In l.e a piece of private
enterprise on the Government's part, with a view of earning
dividends for itself from Ihe pockets nf the people.
To redeem himself and to redeem tbe Government, Mr.
Manson must ask for thc Skeena district mi appropriation al
least three times greater than lasi year. In addition, for Prince
Rupert he should  -cure the building of a ma.I aruiiud Kuieti
1 Island and a rnnd to Ihe top of Ml. Ol.lllel.l. These utilities, he
will have no difficulty in pointing out, nre not only due the people
of Prince Rupert; Ihey will react lo the benefit of tbe Government in its capacity of Prince Rupert's largest land speculator.
For Rent
Four-roomed House $15.00
Four-roomed Cottage $15.00
IN  SECTION   SEVEN
Three-roomed Cottage
partly furnished $20.00
in section six
A  few  cheap lots for sale on
easy payments
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
PAPERHANGING
-AND���
ELMORE HARRIS DEAD
HIGH CLASS
SIGN WORK
OUR SPECIALTIES
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 151) liREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
JOHN CURRIE
9KCONI. AVKNI'K - - PRINC*! Rlll-KBT
I BUY EVERYTHING
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH BTRBBT
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS ANI1 UP
BATHS   KREE   TO   HOISTS
W. H. Wright, Prop       po. box 37
Wealthy  Baptist  Divine Dies
India of Smallpox
Toronto, Doc. 20.���Nows has
leiiched horo of tho death from
Smallpox at Delhi, India, of Hev.
Dr. Elmore Harris, tho woll-
kntiwn Baptist divino. Dr. Harris,
who was reputed to be a millionaire, comes from the well-known
family of Massey-llarris. Ho has
lieen known for his liberality to
Christian causes.
Dr. Harris, who had been a
widower for some years, recently
married again, and was on a
wedding tour of India at the time
nl' his death.
WILL HOLD BIO DANOE
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
...Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
I Phone 125      Naden Block       Second Ave
LINDSAY'S CAsRToARGAGEnd
G. T. P. Tranifer Agent.
Onlerl promptly filled.   Price, reuunable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rorh.itor. Centre St.    Phon. A
jT^Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue snd Sixth St.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
OrRce: M Av*. Workshop
I'd.'iif 174 2nd Ave. bet. 7th and Hth Sta
The Finest Rooms.
Tho best equipped
���nd ote-ni heated.
Hot ttnd cold baths.
Dlnlnir room and
restaurant :
Corley & Burgess, Props
Scandinavians  In   Prinoe  Rupert
Plan Active Union for New Year.
New Year will sec a big rallying of the Scandinavians in Prince
Itupert. A dunce and children's
st.i'iitl i.s In he held on Saturday
afternoon mid evening in llnrpeti-
Ifi's'  Hull  and  Hie  Scandinavian
Society, which now numbers over
iinir a hundred members, is planum- greater activity for the open-
Ing inuiiiiis of the year. Following are tlie newly appointed of-
llcci's of the society here: President, A. Akerberg; vice president,
Mrs. Sam Johnston; treasurer,
A. Johnston; secretary, John
liyliliavn. The Scandinavian Fellowship Society, of which Prince
Rupert lodge is a branob, includes
Imlli laities and gentlemen in its
membership, and the ladies ure
eligible for executive ofllce, as
shown liy the Prince Hupert list
of nillce hearers.
BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with the Paclfl ��� T
fer Co., 807 Third Ave., and insure prompt forwardlna
All accounts anil correspondence addressed to
P.O. Box 806
BEIRNES & MULVANY
will recoive Immediate attention
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New
Knox
Hotel
BkSSIIs lund Uislrlct���District ol Casslar.
Take nuiice  that I, James T. I'ullcrlon.
ol  Vaiiiiiiiter, U. C, occup-Uk-ii .-n*.-1u.->-���
II-      -Ill.ll-lll,     lilt.   11,1     tO    ,l|   (ll.      I. el      |l,   IHII.-I..II
It. pun Hum* Hit- folluwmg dcacnued land:
��� "iiuii' ������ ai a pust planleil i>: chains
��� i-i of .\sas nui i and in . ii.nn- soulb ol
ci'- .'ini'iiKii  t-o.   ss?   tsi.t.,,   tlience  40
��� ii i.ii- north, Ibenco 14 chains wt-st, iiieiue
." chains louth, lulluwing the .Naaa Hlver;
UMBOS   ���'������.'   chains  vast   lu  point ul  i.iiii
lll.'lll'clllolll*   .'..It 1,11 IIIlla-   I'll   ,1,1,-.   1111,1,.
or les..
J. T. FCLLERTO.V.
II.    II.     -I.   ��.., I.      iMllt
Daled I'i nn.- Iini ,-it, l��i*.  II, IVI I.
I'ub. Dec.   l.e
BESNER &  BESNER.   Propiuetors
S--vn�� Und District-District ol Casus.
Taks noUee that Herbert MeLennan ol Via-1
couver. II. C-, oceupiUon rral utile eg.ni. intends
lo apply lor permission lo purchase the lollowlng
dcwcribed lands:
Commoncini at a poit planted at tbe coniluence ol Ulackwatw rlvsr with Ibe Naas rivar
about two tnil.w south ol the tilth Dominion
.'������l.��r��|i|i cabin. Poot marked II. M. N. B.
Corner, ihonce HO chains south, tbence SO chslns
*��.-.!. theoce SO chains north, tbeaco SO chain--
oast to point ol commencement, containing 610
acres more or lass.
I ..t.-l Sept. 23. 1911       11K llll I; III* McLENNAN
Pub Nov. a
Skeena Land I n.inri -District ol Cassiar
Take nollco that Thomu Arthur Whlu ol Van*
eouver, n. C occupaUon carpenter. Intonds to
apply  lor permission  to purchaao  tin   following
dee-Tllied lands:
Commencing at a poet planted at tho confluence ol Hlaekwaler river wllh Naas river, about
two miles south ol the illlh Dominion Telegraph
cabin, root markod T. A. W. S. K. Cornor. tnence
SO cbsins north, tbence 80 chains -wast, Ihenco SO
chains south, tbence 80 chsins eaat to point ol
commencement, containing 610 .turn moro or loaa
THOhlAS ARTHUR WHITE
Skeena  Land   Dlslrlci���District  of   Coasl,
H   ell.  ���       b.
Take notice thai I,  *,. t .ii.m II.  It ,,li i.
������r I'rince lluperl, U. C,     n ni.tii-r,
' Intend lu apply rur .... m. ii lo purchase
The New Knux  Hotel is run on the huropean i the  rulluwillg deal i .[������ ,1  lai.de:
SSSSfffSLml* *& f^-BWSli'i-ft! I Tsssm-sTBT <C*iiS��i7s pjpSjgvlBJ
ulliwcSt coiner ol a    mall IslandI abuut   w ,p.,,y ,��� permi^on to purche-iihe following
rileri.   I'tr.i-. 1.... service.   All the Latest Mutlertt
mpnivement.. ���:.;. IIEDS 60c UP
DatedSept.2.1. Itll.
Puh Nov. t.
Skeens Land Diatrict- Dlitrict ol t aaiar
Take   notice   tbat   Cbarlae   William   Ham   ol
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
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. CLUCK, Sec.
lunii.i in,- tv5i ctiaim le..i iii and iwu i��, IZgSESltaS
.-i ,'!" V,aM !' !"*' ������������r|'--\*-'*-1 "-orner or Lul | Commeodng at a poet planled al tbo ean-
I3i'.l, Range .. .-.i-l District, I--I. lui fluenee ol Ulackwater river with the Naas rinw
Island, lliiiiit* lulluwing Hit* shore line In , about two mil.*, south Irom the aiilh Dominion
I norlheaslcrly dlrccllutl aboul mOO e Telegraph cabin. Pool marked C. W. II. S. W.
I SO I chains lo lhe tiurtll end or Ihe liland, ' lomer, th-mce SO chains north, ibenco SO chslna
I Hint* in a -..iiiiiM, -im., direeliun .1 it, seat, limes SO chains soulh. thenoe SO chaina
tbe shure line about twenty ituj chuns west to point ol commencemenl, conlalnlng 840
lo  thu point or coliiint nmllitnl, being an ' acraa more or leaa
island cuiiiaiuiug abuul rorty  it",  seres,' CHARLES WILLIAM HAM
mure or leas. Dated September 23,1*11.
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Skeena Land Dlitrlct-Dlitrlct ol Coait Itange .*.
Take nolice lhat  we the  under.Igt.,.1.   Alfred
Christian Garde and Wm. M. Johnston of Prince
Rupert, B.C.. occupation mining engineer and
F.roepector. Intend to apply for permission to
eaae the following described land:
Commencing at a poat planted 1-4 mite east of
the Tyee Slatlnn.O.T.P.Ry.Stallon and appro-tire.
ately 27 mllea eaat of Prince Rupert, thence north
Hi chains, thence eaat 2r. chains, thence aouth 26
chslna mnre or leaa to railway grade, thence
westerlv HH chaina more nr le.. following said
grade t�� point of commencement and containing
10 acres or leas.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
WILLIAM M. JOHNSON
Date Nnv. 23, llll
Pub. Dec. 6. 1911
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linn will he made in lhc Legislative As-
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"..'linn .1 of Ihe British Columbia * Alnsks
i.i'iM.n Act, ini' Hi 66, Statutes or
iinii-ii Columbia, rm" , by -Hiking oul
all Hie words arier the word "Columbia"
in Line I" or --iii Section antl substituting
therefor  llie  lollowinr:
"And i.r rrom Port Oeorge In a north*
oasierly direction lo Ihe valley nr lhc
Parsnip Illver by way or lorl Mrl.eod,
lie ti.. along the Parsnip Illver lo i June-
linn wllh lhe Peace hlver, Ihence along
'In- valley nr Iho Klnlay River through
sirion Pus, ihence down ihe stupne
inter In s junction wllh thc main line al
Telegraph Creek: also powers lo build
branch, lines eliher through the Pine River
ur I'este Illver passes to lhc eastern boundary nl llrlllsli i i.iniiiiii*!. or by way of
ilu* mosi i' t- iiiii route, or in ihe allerns-
nii' In the musl fern iiiii- route between
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a pi,nn mi said line or railway lo Ihe CHy
of Vancouver or rrmn lhe city or Van
couver to a point <>n said line, by the mosi
feasible route."
And rurllier. for nn act cxlrndlng Ihe
inm' niihln whlrh ihe company has lo
ftiitimenro construction and eipend ten per
tt'iii uf lis cnplislltslltin.
I.aied nl Victoria, B. C, Ibis 6th dsy of
December,  1011.
ROBERTSON A  HE1STERMAN,
solicitors ror the Applicants, tbe Briiish
Columbia * Alaika Railway Company.
ABRAHAM  II. BARBER.
Dated Dec. 6th,  ISII.
I'ub. Dec. 13.
Skeena  Land  Dialricl-lilslrlcl  or  Coul,
Range 6.
Take nolice Ibal I. Iiastibrrl Aurlol, or
v.ii.nn...  B.  C.    i i; ..ii  tnllicr,   uiii tt I
lu apply ror pcrmisn.ii  lu purchu.-   ine
rollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a pusl  planled  al  ibe
Pub. Nov. f
Skerna  Land  Dlslrlci���Dlslrlci ot Oueen
��� it.n.'iii' Islands
Take nolico thai Jobn Scon Young, or
-1 mt. i, It Cm occupallon larmer, intend.
In apply for permlislon lo purchau Ibe
r.ill eiiing de.rrlbed Isnds:
' ��� Heir'in .ua- al a post planled al tho
v.uuie'aM'cJrmr'orltd't'isilYhcncc'ioiub "���'*\'i''**f* corner oJ I.ol l��o. thence south
to cbains, llience weal 411 chain , iii,n'�� '" '"' ���'������rlh I��*.jniUry or Lot 1661. Ihence
north 4.1 chains, th.iic. .uliu .talis ii Sfi" *l:',n*t "";""' bnundiry lo the sea*
poinl or coiuniciiciiiieiii, coniamiiis lofl! *.'"'"'.��� <<>���*'*<*<���.r.dlowing Hong the shore to
acres, more ur less.
DAUUBI.HT Al.liliH .
I red t. Cowell. Agenl.
Dale Nov.  101b, itn
I'ub. Dec. 9.
Skeena  Land  Diilri.t    lusirlcl  or  Cout,
Hang.- 6.
Take  notice  thai  I,   ineodore  Mclialis.
drit.r, or victoria. B. t.., can., intend lo
apply r..r purmlsan.ii lo purchase the roi-
lowing described lands.
' e.it,in. it. in.- al a po*| planted *l Ibe
souihwesi corner ol Lol .\o. xixfl, Iheiue
easl 80 cbaina, Iheiue soulb 40 chain.,
in. n. ��� wuil 40 ilu n*. ihence south 4u
iliiiiiis, thence wesl 4u chains, tbence norib \\**Ml
so chains io point or outmnancsoMfiL con "a
i iin.iig 480 acres, mure ur less.
Till...lioiii    NICIIALIS,
Ired t. Cowell, Agenl.
Oaled ocl.   il. IVli. 'JW
Pub. Dec. ��. ���
-ki'.iia Land Dlslrlci lusirlcl or Coast 3d
lake nnilcc that I. Paul . niit-s. ileik Cx,
ur Vlclont, inn ml lo apply rur i-i inn-.i.-ii i!
In purehuo Ihe rulluwing described land.: %lx
'���ii.in. im tu. ai a peM planud un Ibe '-,
.ast boundary and abuut live t6. chains ,:���
Hum lhe soulheasl Curner ul Lot list, qci
llu ine iinillt i,n chain, thence eul 30
chains, ihence suuth ou chains, llience west
3�� chains lu polul or t uiuiitcneeuieiil, conlalnlng 18.. acres, more ur less.
PAUL ' t It II--.
Fred E.  Cowell, AgeOl.
.Daled Ocl. 31, 1011.
Pub. Dec. 0.
skeona   Land   Dlslrlci���District  or  Coasl,
Hange 6.
lh.* p'.ini or ��� "iieini if in- nt. conlalnlng
Ihrrc hundred and sun ..no i3Mi acres,
more or less.
JOIIM SCOTT  YOUNO.
Oeorgc Younr. Ageni.
Daird Nov.  It. Itll.
Pub. Dec. 16, Itll.
THREE DAY CURE
FOR DRINK HABIT
Appeala to the Business and Professional Man,
the Banker, and Man in all the Higher
Walks of Life
BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT SAVES THEM
When n man's lime is worth
ii u-ivai dent more In him Hum
Ihe cosl of n drink habit cure
be is nol going lo drag along
for twenty-eight lo forty-two
days Inking a treatment when
hc can get a cure in three days,
without hypodermic injections,
and he surrounded wiih evory
coin fori of home.
A PERFECT CUBE.
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cures lhe periodical, occasional or modcrale drinker and the
nervous man who has lo drink
lo keep from becoiujng nervous. II lakes away all inclination lo drink, all desire and
craving to drink, by neutralising thc poison of iilrolml in lhe
system nnd ridding lhe blood
of the poison hy n rapid system <>f elimination, leaving lhc
drinker in the condition thm
he was liefore lasting liquor.
sa fnr as the elTerl of alcohol
may he oonoerned���all appetite for drink gone���and lie b
new man.
The treatment consists of
the internal administration of
n harmless remedy, tonic in
its action, that removes the
craving for lit*u<>r in a ver)
few hours.
DRUQ   HABIT  CURED.
Al the Vancouver institute
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Take nolice lhal I, Michai Boganli, cook,
of Viclorla, B. i;��� intend lo apply ror per-
mlssiiin   lu   purchase   Ihe   luflowins   dc
srnbod lands
Commencing al a posl planted on the
norlh side or Williams . reek, where lho
kilim.il branch or lhe 0. T. p. Ry. crosses
Williams creek, and abuul ten (10) chaini
fmm lhe creek ihore, thrnce south 30
chains, Ihenco easl 40 chains, Ibonce oorlb
30 chains, Ihence wesl 40 chains lo point
or comiiiiiicenn ni, containing l��u acres,
more or less.
MIi.llAS   BE.1AMI8.
Fred E. Cowoll, Agenl.
Haled ocl. 31, Itll.
I'ub. Dec. t.
Skeena   Land   Dlslrlci���Dlslrlci   or   Coast,
llange 6.
Take   notice   that   I,   Samuel   Belltees,
gardener, or Viclorla, intend to apply Tor
permission lo purchase the rollowlng do- '
.rrlbcd lands.
commencing ai  a posl planlrd  on  lhe
ii..nn  sitie or Williams creek, about ten
ehains   hack   rrutn   the   creek   bank,   tnd
lie'.ui   nriy chsins  southeast  from  wheio
lhe hiiimeii iiniii. h of lhe O. T. P. right- ,
nr way   crosses   Williams   Creek,   Ihcnre,
"���mh   40  chains,  thence  cast  40  chains,
ihcnre  norlh  40  chains,  ihence  west  401
chains   in pnltil  uf  commencement,  con-'
laming  K*n acres, mnre or loss.
SAMUEL uiii Tl I s
I'ntl E. Lowell, Ageni,
Dated Orl. II, Itll.
Pill). Dee. t.
Skeena   Land  District��� Dlslrlci  or  Queen
��� iini ti.  Islands.
Take nollee that Ellen Marlon Young, of
Viclorla. II. c, in. up.-iiiun spinster, intends
In apply fnr permission to purchase the
following tle.crlbed  lands:
��� ������milu n un hi a post planted st lho
soulhett-i (inner of Lot Itn, Hi. nee wesl
In .he nm tin .i-i corner of Lot 1663, Ihence
south tn iee in ii, ihence smug beach io
poinl nr cotnnieneeini nl, c mlaining one
hundred snd four (104) acrrs, morc or
less.
ELLIN  MARION YOUKO.
Oeorge Young, Ageni.
Daled Nov.  16,  Itll.
Pob. Dec. tl, ioi
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Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
\\ .ilnisil.tys anil Saturdays. Return-
iiiK arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays unci Sundays.
-POST PAID TO ANY ADDRESS IN-
United States or Eng.
Csnsds
$2.50 per year
9Ki*^��Bfc*S*S
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TO CURE
COUGHS
What Is Your Family Worth?
li your faiinh is worth the hesi
mui can afford III house und liiiiil
and clothes, i- it not worth the
best reading as woll? And tbe
bosl i< ading bosl lor boys and
girls, bosl for men ami women-
Is in bo found in Tlio Youths
Companion.
ni ,i.'lies alone The Companion will print nearly ;ihu iu 1918.
With all ih..* rest of lhe paper
thrown in. and counting lhe
glorious long serial stories, they
cost lho subscriber less than u
cut  apteOO.    Moreover, >ou Will
look long before you will  Had
.i..ii,*- ... Mined und interesting;
ilorii - "i Incss In lhe fuco of
peril, strange adventures wllh
, ealuret of the foresl uml the
..ca; moving ilories of life's oh-
tcuro horolsmsj stories breeiy
with good-natured humor, quaint
and curious oharaoler sketches.
\,,�� i- iii.* lime to subscribe,
i.i* Hi,- mn tubsoribor in Cnnudu
will receive free from the Urns
his .-.' Is received all the issues
for llu' i mining weeks of IBl-i
oiiniai �� ihe opening ohaplers
,,r itaiph t). Paine'*, great serial
itoD   ..f  ihe   Boxer   rebellion,
lh.-  'inss  ami   the  Dragon."
\ii.i Hi. re is the gin ol Tbe Com-
,.; n oalondar tot  l��tS,  "On
Sow  Kngland Coast," lltbo-
,.,l in lei lors and gold.
gj  in.w   lo  Cuiiiidiiin  suh-
I-, imt in January t, lots,
On your Chriatmaa visit East travel
via lhc Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago.    The finest  nn.l best
ttrvice over  Double  Track  Route.
Connections with nil roads Knst und
West.    Atlantic Steamship bookings
arrunged..    l-'ull  information and
tickeU obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
ilHli.lir   AND   PASSENGER    ��t;i:vi
Ii
i - THE COSY CORNER
LDEVOTED PRINCIPALLY TO THE INTERESTS OF WC
This is a little section o( the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects ot special interest to womon. Any und ull of tho ludios ot Princo Rupert
aro invited to contribute to its columns, und to luko purl in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the odiior. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
In
A   POOR  GIRL S   DREAM
It She Scos Herself Becoming
the Bride of a Real Man.
m
B.C.
Coaat aorvice ��� Famous  Prii cess
Line
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scribe
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��� .'.,.    Tho  Youth's
r,i   Berkeley   BU,
lass. No�� subscriptions
iii.
vain nl   I"
Companion,
|,i..lull
Princess Beatrice
Saturday, December 30th, al 9 a.m.
For Victoria. Vancouver and Settle
I. G. McNab ��� General Aeon
Advertise in
The Daily News
w Imi  girl  is thora who does
n"i   iii'ca r   love  and   spend
man) un Iiiiiii' in secret wondering whal the hoi r hor dreams
will he like?
Thoro ai  girls so rich but
wimi ihese dreams oomo lo them,
ami no girls lm. pool-.
Thoro are a good many who
think thai ih.- working girl
droams -.tity nf a nulliiuiaii*.* Inv-
or who will nue day seek her out
in wmi ami wed her. Never was
ihere ii grealor mlslako thun to
form such an Impression, Nut
.ne working girl In ten thousand
is given in useless yearning fill-
that nue which she might live u
lifetime yearning for and die
willioul Qnding,
If you usk uny one of these
girls jusi what kind of a lover
she would havo she will Icll you
frankly enough thai she hits nn
wish f..r a millionaire, she wauls
a plain, everyday young fellow it\
her own station uf life win. will
hove a heart full >.f love for her
uml ambition and energy to rise
in lh.- world; n man who will be
Hie architect of his own fortunes,
enjoying the same pleasures Hint
she .Iocs lis Ihey walk side hy side
through life.
The working girl is sensible
enough tn know thai there is no
happinoss where n wedded couple
are m.i in harmony with eaoh
other, where one  feels superior
In  Ills  male ami  airs  Ins opinion
now ami Hi.ui.
There havo boon Instances of
working   girls   having   married
men nf greal wealth, ami Ihey
have ilnnl.' exemplar) wives uml
mothers. Hut these instances are
Tew nml fnr between. Those snme
histories, i...., have reoordod that
ihei'e are some such marriages
which have nol turned out happily. Tbo husl.au.I has wearied
of Hie girl win. had m. charms
lo appeal lo bun when her youth
ami hor beauty faded and she
failed I., keep up wiih lum Into
Icil nally. preferring homely
li..ti.Imlil duties lo society.
SEASONABLE FASHIONS
Feminine Frivols for the Winter
Party Season.
-
Voile, iii'iii'iciia, Panama, serge
of man) quallltoa and characteristics, fancy ohovlott and suitings
are all for winter wear, with
sorgo, i-h.���% ioi ami broadololb
especially for suits.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
H. lie.til.,ii M iiiini
MUNRO
W. Nlcbolion Lallar
& LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Mi
Fane)
���favor.
rope girdles are high in
Many  of the   new   waists
the pcpliiui extension.
hiixe
Dark blousos arc
while mouscllne dc
trimmed with
soic.
TUnlOS ni'.- longer at the bnck
Iiiiiii lhe front, and elaborate cm-
broidcry and fringe nre used t..
decuralo them.
A Man's Memory.
n have truly marvolous powers ni forgotting, An early love
affair that would loom lurge
throughout all hor life iu a woman's reoolleotion is but ilm shade
il a shadow to u man.
lie mav have been the most up-
palllng of dirts���muy have llut-
ii'i'cil butterfly-like from one
charming maiden to another, yet
when in- meets the one woman In
ihe world that he desires lo
marry all Ihese bygone make-be-
lievfl loves vafllBh completely���so
iiiinplelely lhal iu ull honesty he
i I'i en dooms that now, for the
llrsl lime, lie knows love.
Let the ileuil past bury iis dead.
Be very sure il is .lead, but do
imi disturb its ashes. The woman who foolishly persists in doing so is almost sure to llml an
ember or two lhal will scorch tier
lingers, yet, lefi well alone, ure
indeed ashes.
As for liis wild oats���if their
sowing belonged to u past in
which you had no part, nn.l the
happy now is all yours���well, to
wrap excellent advice in homely
phraseology "Mind your own
business I"
SOME HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Little    Things    for    the    Young
Housewife to Clip Out.
To  Make Cloth Halls-Mix an
niiiii f  llnely  powdered  pearl
a-li Willi a pound of very dry and
line Fuller's earth, moisten with
lemon juice and make into halls.
If like.I Ihey .-an be put in pieces
nt' while flannel, but ihis is not
necessary. To use, moisten in
tepid waler, just enough to make
the ball wet. Those cost about
half lhe price paid in shops.
To   Ink indie   grease   off   a
shirt in a hurry place a table
knife iu the llninc of a caudle or
..ter a iiiini' or gas for a minute,
Ihen place a piece of paper, any
sort will do, nnd place over the
-~ I... 1: pi-ess the knife on tho paper
and the grease will immediately
moll. It ilocs niit harm the knife
al all.
A small piece of crust put in
lhe frying pun when frying lish
serves two purposes���one, it prevents the fat from spluttering
ami making the slove greasy, and
it shows hy its browning when
Ibe fat il at lhe right heat for
pulling iu the fish.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phono No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 851
ll.FHED CAHSH, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Ilrlllah Columbia of B.C. Ontario Su-
and Mateiteel.i, Bara. kalchawan   aii.l  At-
b-rta Bare.
CARSS & BENNETT
Baiuusteiis, Notaries, Etc.
Office- Exchange block, corner Third avenue -and
Si.tle -Ir.el. I'lliK-.-Kute.'rl. t
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental oiicmtiuna skilfully traatcd. Gaa and
local anaathi-llr. adminiatercd for the painleai ex-
traction ot teeth.       Cunaultatlon free.     Otlicee
lle-l.eTie.e||  UlltCk.   1*1 llll-.-  l(llll.-| t. il-12
Alex.M.Manenn B.A.,     W.K Willi:wn,,it a . i..t..i.
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, U.t
i'.'O. BOX 23
I'UINCE KUPBBT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
i-i i-ii or wm. roxtiN. Esq.. a.k.a.m.. ion., smo
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    A.iENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accid.nl In.urao*..
CIS 3rd Avenue Phone 208 and Cnaon Stt
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS _  8ADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 1 Ith St.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Avi
C-imey Sweeping uj fsnuce QjMJM
Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
nni-cs and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
rraclial Oiasr, Stemg hUtm: tan Hsu), se
Phone 71
i
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������,'.
Tartan plaid sashes nnd trimmings of surah nre announced fnr
brightening up dark blue dresses.
All skirls of evening gowns and
for   dressy   afternoon- functions
are    made   wiih    small    slender;
trains.
Had Ohrlstmas Tree.
The children of St. Peter's Sun-
liiy Bohool bad a fine Christinas
in ntnrlalnmenl on Wednesday
nighl ill III"' Seal Cove Church.
Mrs. UoCroskle, who was in
oharge, was responsible for the
iiiiiii. presents on tbo irec.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   SSS.
OPEN DAY AND MliHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and EMUAUfERS
Funeral   Director.
Srd Ave. near Sth St. I'hon. No. M
Mathieu's Syrup
ol lar and Cod Liver Ull
not only stops a cough but cures
it. Its tonic and restorative
properties enable the system to
permanently throw off a cold.
35c for large bottle.
Sold everywhere.
J. L. MATHIBU CO.. Prop.      SIIHRHROORK.
GOUDRONj
trm-iLF Bi
FOIfDtMOItlH
DeMATHlHI
MATHIElTS
Sn-P ofT,r
GOD LIVF.R OIL
lived al this oraco,
U.\D PURCHASE NOTICES.
B&CUBR1 ��� "*������'-��
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m"'k .t   ,. i.:, cliaina north. Hienr.
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1,1 S-1 I    IIICS
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PONY EXPRESS
HYH1J MA IK'  HKRCIfANTH    DKLIVERY   MKMVICK
Por
Ititutii**-/**. Ilonn -wu!   l'"i v* in'linn Airanta.
Itlira ur Motor Car day ur m��lit
Srve-nth Ave. and Fulton
Phon.iul
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Ban-aii ia Csaaecnos
I'hiuie 178 Iat Ave  and 7tb St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Pr.prl.ter
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Littles NEWS Agency
Magazine*
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THE DAILY NEWS
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ne.
Wishing you the Compliments of the season
Holiday Goods at Less than
....V*rOSl....
We are not going to carry them over, but have deolded to
sell at a price that will SELL them.
Look Out for Bargains at
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BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Seeond Ave. and Sixth St. Phone 62.
Entrance on Seoond Avenue.
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Special Shipment of Turkeys
Juat received a large shipment of fresh Turkeys and Poultry
for New Years.
None Left Over From Christmas.
Lowest Prices
...Frizzells Meat Market...
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MCINTYRE BLOCK,  THIRD AVENCE
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jijOW IS HOT WATER BOTTLE TIME
���OURS ARE GUARANTEED -
Bast Red Rubber���New Stock-2 and 8 quart.
C. H.  ORME The Pion*,, Dtuggisl PHONE 82
The ^OXaJJi Store
t***m*tt**mx, m^, 11^ II ~fc ii^n-nrVii^^i1^.
t*tm**a**a\ )
���VOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Tttea ttam U* to |5H. Other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
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���^������^W^tHWt^^i'.-'j'.WVNA^VVNA^a*.
It b The Trained Man or Woman
WW Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To tit yeur ton or daughter for a business   career you mutt give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to ia the :
Nanaimo Business College
It is ths nearest butinest.
college to Prince Rupert.
It't fees are within reach
at rteryone. Ita tuition is
persona), snd develops the
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
In Nanaimo. Tha pupils
are away from tha dittrac-
tlant of tha larger cities   :
Ow i-orllud cmtm tatliuVa lailto. ia
The Ben I'i I man System of
Shorthand .
Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
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"The New* Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THERE   ARE   NO
'DEAD   ONES"   HERE
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Aid.   Newton    Raises   a   Bogey
Whioh Falls Flat Laat Night.
Without notice of motion Al-
.lei'iiuin Newton brought up at
Inst night's Council meeting the
..I.l question of the box drain
paaains under the Empress Theatre*. He said the matter was
must urgent because a new lawsuit wns threatened the city over
it. This he had guthcrcd from
un interview with Mr. Stephens,
manager of tho theatre.
As one of the directors of the
theatre. Alderman Kirkpatrick
said lhc mutter was all hot air.
There would be no lawsuit. The
(heali-c company realized how tho
city was situated over tho mailer
and that all possible had been
done to abut.- thc nuisance until
n sewer can he put in. Aldermnn
Newton sai.l he hnd done his duty
a ml sat down.
HAD A CHRT-TMAS TREE
tn the Majestic Theatre yesterday afternoon the children of lhe
Roman Catholic Ohuroh were entertained wiih a gorgeous Christmas tree, Kvery one got several
presents an.l a thoroughly enjoyable time wns spcnl. The program included un exhibit of moving picture.*-, a piano solo by Mr.
Collar and the following recitations by the children: "What
She Said," Tlielinn Nchring;
"Sainl Nicholas," Clnrioe Griffith;
"A Foreign Father," Matthew
Nchring; "A Little Oirl's Plaint*
Louise Howell; "Kentucky Philosophy," Helen Shirley; "The Vin-
lor." Alice Knrley; "The Troubles
of Pn." Willie Rowell; "A Now
Fashioned Xmas," Norma Shirley.
Credit is due to Mrs. Fred
llitchie fur the success of the entertainment. Mrs. Besner donated n walch and a doll which
were railed off among the boys
and girls. Rev. Father Bunoz expressed his appreciation at the
close for the fine entertainment
given.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policiea Written   Direct
THS '
Mack Realty & Insurance
com rANT.
P.S. ���Houms tnd Rentals.
For Rent
ri-a.li    I_,ll**~>ill**a_,l|-��|A
nt
For Kent-Two roomed rut-in, clone to McBride,
freshly papered and clean, only IN per month.
H F.McRmACo. t-f
i* Insurance (
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlement*. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Re.tlty anil Insurance Ca
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Wanted
~l
Wanted���lleneral Servant.    Other malt! kept
Apply Mr*. 1.. W. Patmore. tl
Maternity nurse open lor cningemenL Apply
Box 'Mil Newa. tl
Wanted. ��� Dressmaking, cleaning unil preaa-
Inir, rt-iuiii inn for men ami women. Mra Charli*.
I'erch.r. 8-0 Third Ave.   Phon. 284 Rial.     tf
Wanted to rent or leaae by tirat o. January. 6 or
ti room modern houae. cloae in. State tm in. to
Boxt��.
Wanted���Young man. thoroughly acquainted In
Men'a Purniahlngl line, to take poeiUon In
Prince Itupert from Jan. 10th, HUH. Write 11...
102. Dally Newi Offlce. 2��l-'i*��
WANTED���A Ilrm to sell the new model
No. 10 .-nu in I'miner typewriter, tile
11.i.-���i in... linn' ever produced. James ��.
Menu- Co., 1087 Granville SI., Vancouver. *-��� u a - -' j t>
WANTED ��� sufficient   food  second-Hand
riiniiiiiii*   to   stock   three   rooms���lied,
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
silting room,
Apply box II,
ilinini,*  limn nnd kllclieu.
News nillie.      S9S-8S7
SITUATION' wanted���Young man with experience   in   draughting  and   surveying
work; rrrcrences.    Uox IttO, News.
-.'90.3011
IS Tears
Capital and Reserve Over $7,300,000
Banking by Mall
is a great convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
Deposits may be sent in, cash
drawn, or other business trans-
tcted by Mail, without any
'.rouble or delay.
Write or ask our Local Manager to expl.iiu our system to
you.
primer Ruperl Branch
F. S. LONfi. Uaaanr.
i~
Stenographer
Eastern stenographer uf wide experience wants |
poaitlon.     Address   "Stem-tfrapher." 662 Cordova St., Vancouver, It.C. t-f
r,
**ga**A*mama*
Business Chances
DON'T worry about rainy days.    We do
ramily   wishing  at   tt   pieces   ror  one
dollar.   Special rare given line nations.
I'hone 118.    Pioneer steam Laundry.
888-300
t
Loat and Found
FOUND���An Irish terrier rematr pup.
Owner may have samo by paying ror
this .nl. i   al News omce. -.'vsir
Water Notice
1. Alfred Chriitlan Uarda of Prince Kui.ort. occupation Mining Engineer, give n..Uce that on the
2*tli day ol December. Itll, 1 inund to apply to
the Water Commiaaioner at hii offlM In Prince
Kupert ror a license to take and uae two cubic
feet of water per second froman unnamed atream
In the Dlalrlct uf Cuaal Rang. .'.. Skeena UK i.i.m,
1-4 mile eait nf the Tyee SuUon. O.T.P. Rv.
The water li to be uken from tha uream about
one half mile above ita outltrt, and ia to ba uied
for developing power fur a qtuu-jr iltuateri at the
outlet of laid creek, along the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th. Itll. d-.-T
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
AT THB-
as-Bfi-g
���gt&tt&t
It llr isu all At Difference Between Seccest and Failure to Yon
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C E. Parry, Priscipal Nanaimo, B.C.
m*xx\:
Three lou, block 7, section I, 15,500 each:
V, cash, bai. i.i, 3 yean tt 7 per cent.
Two lots, block st, section I, lt.000 pair:
',   cash,  bai.  ��,   it,  is months, at  7
per MM
Two lots, block ��g. section J, tl,6.0; 1500
rash, bai, 3, 0, t, It months
Two lots, block 9, section t, H.snn  Eaultv
cash.    Fine view lots.
One lot, block ��, sgcllos 6, f 1,600.    8300
rash, 8, 0, It months, at 7 per cent.
uiii* lm, block ts, seotlon 5, ttlt.    t88f.
oash, Iml. |D0 every 3 months, at 7 per
cent.
one lol, block ll, section S, 18,850.   Half
rash, Iml.  il,  it months, at 7 per cent.
one lot, block 17, section 7, ����oo.    faoo
cash, bai. 3, 6, It months; with cabin.
One lot, block tn, section 7, into.    1300
cash, 3, 6, It months, at 7 per cent.
Two lols, block 17, section 7, |l,800. One-
third cash, bai.  I and 3 years, at 7 per
cent.
Two lota, block It, section 7.  ��r,50 each.
V, rash, bat. 6, It months.
Two lots, block 3, seetion  7,  tnr,o  ram.
V, cash, bal.e, II, IB months. ,
Two lots, hlock 3, section 7, tr.r.o each.
V* cash, btl. 0, It, 18 months, at 7 per
cent
Four lots, block 3, section 7, 13,000.    vi
cash,   bai.   0,   it,   18   months.     Large
corner.
Three lots, block 87, seeilon 7, ti.soo.    %
rash, bai.  8,  It,  IS months, at 7 per
cent.
Two lols, block 88. section S, #1,000. One*
third caah, bai. ��, it, 18 months.   Corner.
Two Inn, block 18, section 8, is&n.    t.isn
cash, bai. 8, it months.
Two lota, block l��, section 8, |IO0 etch
150 cash, bai. ��ir. per month.
Five lols, lilock Ifl, section 8, 1876 t>*ch;
hal. lie per month.
FOR RBNT.
Slore, Second avenue al Sixth street,      *
FOR MLB.
Cahln wllh rour roomt: cheap.
Auditorium
Championship Roller Race
(tiNK MILE)
Splendid Entry      Apia Who Will Win.
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Prevention of Eye
Trouble
Prevention Ib better than cure.
It is cheaper. It is possible
when cure it impossible. Eye
trouble may l.e avoided by the
timely use of glasses, averting
discomfort, suffering and permanent impairment of sight. We
aro properly equipped to adjust
glasses ami guarantee satisfaction.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
C.TJ>.  Official   W.td.   Inapector
Cor. 6th St and Second Avenue
PHONE 82
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FRED. STORK
-General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
' \ Valves & Plpet      Oxford Stovet 7
Graniteware       Tinware a,
,. SECOND -  AVENUE
*��� * * a-.
Servian Labor Benefit Society
No. ltt. S.S.S.S.
Merlin*, held every III and 3rd Sunday of the
month In the Carpenten' Union Hall
O. VUKOVICH. T. MAZLUM.
Secretary      P.O. Boa Ml        Preildrnt
a OMISSION
25c
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
DRIED BREWERS' GRAIN
Clean, bright and wholesome, low
In waier snd carbohydrates, but conlalnlng nearly double Ihe amount or
rat and prolcln, pound ror pound,
Hian the ordinary reedsluiTi In local
use.    It
Meat!   all  the Requirement! of a
Profitable Dairy reed
and rtnnpnrrd Ineprlre with whal Is
nuked for oilier rocdstulTs Is triple
protein vnlue for your money. Its
superiority Ill's In Ihe rsel Ihnl reeding It Increases both the Inlat digestible millet and the amount or
mt nnd 1 .in   In  the dally ration
���NO SAVES VOU 40 TO BO
FIR OINT ON THO.
You should not be willioul lt.
Mailed trains, rresh and sweet Irom
Ihe brew keltic dried In a ronlln.i-
ons vacuum process by
THE ROYAL STOCK FOOD Co.
Limited
Dryeri of and  D.il.n In Fted
Product!
SOOTIA AND FRONT STRUTS
VAMCOUVIR, B. O.
TO LET
Flat in Rand Block, corner Sixth Avenue
snd Fulton Street.
Alto stores in same block.
Two cottager cori.er Second Avenue tnd
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots In ail parts ol ths city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent eome ol the largest Companies doing buointst in the City.
C. D. RAND
Second Av*.
Phone 112
Use The Gem Desk Calendar 1
As iicoossnry to n well equipped desk as pen, ink nn
il pan
1
This iiiiinmniic reminder will bo your host, assistant
Calendar of paat, present and future montB on oaoh pas
1912 PADS NOW READY
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DIRECTIONS  FOK C00UNG A HARE
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To produce good printing you must "first catch your
good printer. . . You can't get good printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good nn
equipment. If he larks the "knack," the trained
taste, the tingle-minded fondness for his work which
real printers have, he will do poor printing for you.
If he haa all of these, and in addition to them ndc-
3uate modern equipment,  your printing will have
istinction, salesmanship,  the lure of type-bcmity.
At thit office produces good printing you may infer
the presence of a good printer   win. is "tntchable."
FOR   lll.-.ll CLASS PRINTING OH ALL KINDS SER TII.:   "NEWS J.lll '
Dally News Building phonb 98 Thira Avenue
HOLIDAY NOVELTIES
SILK KIMONA8
fresh from Japan
DRAPERIES
for that new piano
CENTRE PIECES
that will grace   a table
SILK 8HAWL8
specially adapted for evening wear
LINEN
of the finest texture
Savoy Hotel
Cert. Tnxttr and Ith.        Choice Wlna. and Cla-era
RVPIRT'B   PALACE   Of   COMMIT
Department of the Naval Service
-AOIOTILIORAPH SSRVIOC.
Seoleo tenders, addressed to tbe under-
signed, enuorscd "Tender ror Dwelllnt
House"   nnd   sirtiinpariled   by   t   certlllM
leauc for 10 p.r. or the amount or the
lender will be received up lo noon on
. crt-miier nisi, itll, ror tTie erection or
dwelling houses al Ihe Government Wireless Kiations at Prlnco Hupert, Cape Lato
and Point drey.
I'lnus and spcrtncitlons mav he teen at
l c rollowlng placet:
The Government Wireless Sltllnnt it
.0 ni urey, cape i.no and Dlrby Island,
I'rlnre liiipcrl. The rnitniricei at Vancouver, ISanilmo and Prince Ruperl.
...e olTlce or tlie District Superintendent,
���lover iinenl Wireless Servlcu, Virions, and
.���epiriment or Ihe Naval Service, Ottawa
Cnauihoriied publication of this mules
wm nol receive payment.
.    ...  ,        ��i '��� HESIIAnATS,
Depuly Minister or tht Naval Service,
,...  '""Parinirnl or the Naval Service,
..nawa. November ttth, itll. ti
JABOUR BROS.
825 Tk*. Airs*
'THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES'
Hm 243 Blu.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTI.Ci:
Skeena
.snd  Dlslrlci���District  or  Queen
CharloUe Isliiiits.
Uke   notlc*   tini   William    Moore,   of
^aanlrii, li. i:., ot rupation r��rmrr, intends
, -,.i'-"y. f"r���I"Tll,.l��Jon lo leaso  tbn roi
lowing tleserlbi'd lands.*
cnmiiieiielng at a post planted at the
��.iiiHiw..st corner ol l.oi itis, Massei in-
lei. he ire east one hundred rhllns, Ihenee
jiiiiiili sixty.r���ur chains ihcnre west to UM
beach. Ihenro along beach lo point or
eoiiinieiieeinenl. n.nislnlng sis hundred and
r��ny (8ioi  srres, more or less.
WILLIAM   Mining.
Dstsd Nov.  14. ?,1?.t��� yomt* '"*****
Pub. Dte. tt, itll.
8keena  Land  Dialrlcl���Diatrlet  or  Coatl,
Panto f..
Tike notice thtl I, Load Ctl. rls, driver,
of Viclorla, 1). c, inlend to apply for permission In purchaae Ihe rollowlns described Ismli
c.imnienring il a post planted at the
souUieast corner or Lot inf. ihence south
80 chslns, Ihence west io rhalns, Ihcnre
north to chains, thence cast lo chtlns to
P"int or commencement, containing ISO
acres, more or lest.
LOUIS CALERIS.
rred B. Cowell, Ageni.
Dated Oct. 81,  Itll.
Pub. Dec. t.
Skeena Land District���District or cssslsr
Tske notice tnat James Ewing Marrae,
ol Vancouver, occupation real estate agent,
liilemls to apply for permission to purchase Ihe rollowlng described Isndti
Commenelns al i post planted about
seven miles distant and In an easterly
direction Irom the Naas nivcr, and about
eight miles nor'h or Alyansh Indian village,
ihence north eighty chains, llience esst
elghly chnins, thenee smith eighty chslns,
llienre west eighty chalm lo point o,
commencement.
MME8 EW1N0 MACRAE.
��� .   . ��� _ II. f. Ruller, Agenl,
Haled Ocl. 11, 1011.
I'ub. Dee. il.
SkMna Land
Take nolle.
Read The Daily News
Dl��rlct-Dl.lrlct n   Com. 1
|M| noun tl.at Mlaa Mary Muiville of liar
Ireland,   occupition   lulnilrr,   Intendi  ."  ��� ,
lor pcrmlielan lo purcHaae Hie lollowln*! 'learl,������
'commencing st l p.��l planlail;��" ���j1"'",' ���'2
at tlie Klllliwl corner ol Lot 6.W, M'-'i  ""   ,
40 ch.ln.. thencu eaal 'ill claim, thenc.; ������""" *
ch^m,  thence weat 20 ohai ll to  polttlH
mencmtenl: conUlelng tjahlf acres.."".";'..
Il.te.1 0��. II. llll.      MH.   MAIO  MLLVHj
I'uh Nov. II. J. lm (. Muiville, A..   .
Skeena  Land   District- lilslrlcl  of  Colli,
Take notice IhaM.'joli'n Arglrt. lis, . . *
penier, of Viclorla, b. i:., **W*,*fi,}$ j
l..r pcrnilssliui lo pun nose lho rollowlns
tlesrrllied Undi: . _ ., ������, ,��� ,���
comnienclns al a posl planled a boill " ���
and   one hair   miles   norlhetsl    from    ��
tilake  or Trout  Illver, on .��*  *****. ,   .
or Lakelse Lake, ami SMUt fl��-M���� '
hark   rrom   lhe   tvalerfmnt,   fheiit��  *' "
so chains, thenee west sn cliain*.     _"
north 80 chains, Ihcnre east 80 "'",
poinl   i.r   .0111111001*0100111,   coiilalnmg
acres, more nr less. ������. ��� ���
JOHN   AtHllllA. Ilis.
Frod I. Cowell, Apll'*
Dnlod Oct. 31,  Itll.      ���
I'ub.  Dec.  t.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS

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