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 OUT OF WORK TODAY?     I
Try  The  Newa'  Want Ad.
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The Daily Ne$i��
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist I        OfC 30 jgj,
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thukkhay, December 21, 1911.
NEXT MAILS
For South
Prince Rupart..Thunday 8:30 p.m.
Camoiun  i i-ni... p.m.
Price Five Cents
*'0UR REGIMENT" SCORED
QUITEMECISIVE VICTORY
R8T PRODUCTION OF THE PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY WA8 A   DISTINCT SUCCESS���PLAY
WELL RECEIVED BY A  PACKED HOUSE.
"Our Regiment" soorod another gallant victory in llie Empress
Theatre lasi night, officered by
members of tlie Prince Rupert
Dramatic Society. It was tlie
first engagement Ihey had llgiir-
ed in, and nil acquitted Ihenisel-
ves well, livery sent in tliu theatre was tilled, and the company
were well received. The ladies
received bouquets from the audience, ami all received unstinted
applause anil appreciation.
' The plot of llic pieco is a woll-
kn.iwn one. Three male specimens of the genus chump, r.npt.
Fetherston anil liuy Warrener ..I
tUe Eighth Lancers, and Rev.
John Talbot, curdle of Mutlbnr-
Otigh, all college cliuins, fall in
love wiili three winsome ladies at
the house nf Mr. llnlilimsuii, a retired iiii'l'i'liunl win. del.'sis stil-
dfers. The guardian nf lhe lady
Wflo is wi il lij llie curnle detests clerics. Afler a chapter of
amusing misfoi'liiiies evci-ythiiig
gets slraiglileiieil ..ul by Providence, assisted by Mrs. Dohbiii-
aon, a strung-minded lady with a
surplus of common sense and it
henpecked husband.
Frank Kllis as llie Highly cur-
ale,  and   Mr.  W.  II.   Whitley as
Captain Guy Warrener, a suave
hunter for helrosses, figured in
most of the fiiii-making, though
all llie cliarnclers wero excellently taken. The ladies were all very
.'liariiiiiig, aud llie gowns exquisite. Mrs. P. i. Palmer look
the pari of lhe heiress Enid
Thurston, Miss Mercer the purl
of Maud Bllaby, who inspired a
fluttering In the curate's heart,
mid Mrs. Bullock-Wfbslcr the
part of Olive Doliliinson. In the
oharaoter pari of Mrs. Dobblnson
Miss Milligan did very good work,
of the men in llio play Mr.
Irving Linnell look the pari of
Mr. Hi >|ih in it ui and Mr. \V. E.
FtSher the part of Dobbinson's
friend Bllaby, Mr. S. Harrison
presented a mnrlial flguro as
Captain Fetherston, who won the
heiress and kept, her in "our
regiment." in tlie minor rolo of
the servant Halters Mr. James
Russell did some good humorous
work. The presentation of lhe
piece rcllects very greal credit
upon Mr. Hulloek-Webslcr, on
whom lhe burden of production
fell.
Pantorium
Phone -i.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
ANOTHER WRIT
�� AGAINST CITY
E. 0. Latraoe Files Document In
Relation to Action to Recover
$500 Damages from the City
for Delays.
An..!her writ has been issued
against, lhe cily.    The claim this
'time   is   for   SOOU   damages,  the
Brin ni being raised by K. f',. La-
' trace,   who   was   oontraotor  for
plunk roadways.    Registrar Dur-
ritl tiled the writ yesterday after-
fnoi.n, nnd  il  lias been served on
the   city   in   lime   for   tonight's
Council meeting.
An Impression exists iu certain
.circles lhal   llie present  Council
Clique, responsible for III.' Ilghl-
1 ing of llie conlriiclors' cases, are
going lo appeal againsl the judg-
. nienl   of   Mr.   Justice   Clements.
Nn ilclliiile ground for Hie rumor
is obtainable yet from Cily Unit
. soiirt'i's.
MONTENEGRINS
HELD WEDDING
Miss Evioa Wukooratovloh Weds
Mr. Nlok Rooovioh With Du.
Ceremony Under th. Slavonian
and Canadian Flags.
This One WIII Draw Pay for In.
vestlgatlng the Departments
(Canadian Press Despatoh.)
Oil awa, Dec. 21���Hon. A. B.
Murine, II. S. Lake and (1. N, Dun-
oharmo are lho commissioners lo
be liameil lo make 11 thorough Investigation  iiilu  the depart incuts
of the government.    The   probe
will extend over some time.
St. Andrew's Society.
The annual general meeting >>f
the SI. Andrew's Society tins been
postponed until the first week in
January. S. 1). Macdonald, secretary. 2t
Warm, clean rooms at Savoy.
Western Federation Want Hoisting Operators to Qualify
Cumuli nn Press liespnlch.)
Yuiil', B.C..  Dec. 21     District Nn.
ii. <ir the Wosloi-n Federation nf
Miners ill st'ssitui hero lins passed a resolution asking fnr an
iiiiii'iidm.'iil I., llio Boiler Inspections Ad, compelling all operators of eleolrlo niolors and hand
hoists I., qualify llio sauie as engineers.
The story of Edward Howard
and the llrsl American watch will
be given free in a beautiful bonk
nl Mussallein's, 183 Fifth nve.
east. (f
MRS. PANKHURST SPEAKS
Suffragette Leader Had Meeting
in Victoria Last Night.
(CiiiinUiitn Pren Despatoh.)
Viotorla, li.'.-. 81���Mrs. Pank-
hursl, leader of tin- Hriiish siif-
rragoltcs, oxpounded woman suf-
rago in a largo audience here last
nighl, and was given an enthusiastic reception.
City Council Tonight.
Tonight  tin- cily Counoil will
nii'i'i for gen.'i-iil business for the
lasi i line before Christmas.
FIRST TRAIN TO ALBERNI
OPENED NEW UNE TODAY
OPENING OF NEW VANCOUVER   I8LAND  LINE WILL MEAN A
GREAT DEAL TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TIMBER,   FISH   AND   MINERAL  RESOURCES.
Winks are showing a large assortment of Howard railroad
walohes. tf
DAWSON PUTS END TO GAMBLING
Judge McCauley and the Mounted Police Make a Clean-Up of the
Entire Gambling Element in the Yukon Town
EVEN SPECTATORS WERE HEAVILY FINED
Principals in Addition to a Fine of $100 and Costs Each, Were Also Given Three
Months' Jail Sentence���Capt. Horrigan of R.N.W.M.P. Telia Gamblers
That the Game is Up, That Lid is on Tight and Will Remain On
RUPERT'S BEST DANCERS.
Constant practice is necessary
for perfection in dancing. Don't
depend on occnsionul special, but
drop in nnd meel your friends at
the Maclntyre Hull on Thursday
evenings from 9:.'!<) to midnight.
The bright litlle .lances held
there every Thursday to music
by Orny's orchestra nre growing
so popular thai you arc sure to
ilnd lols of acquaintances there
and ninny n favorite partner for
.'���waltz or two-stop.
. The steamer Camosun will arrive from Vancouver Friday
lliglil, 22nd, nl H o'clock, and will
leave snmc evening nt 10 o'clock
for Viint'.niver direct. Tickets at
Rogers' Steamship Agency.    21
TO FREEZE THE FI8H
Mr. John O. Fox Arranging   for
Supply of Ammonia to Fish
Plant
Mr. John 0. Fox, of the Kaglc
Ammonia Works. St. Louis, is In
the rilv arranging for a supply
of ammonia for the cold storage
plant. Ammonia is one of the
most imporlnnt chemicals used
in llie charging of the freezing
sppn i'lll ns.
Special-$.'175 high grade piano
for ��25 down and $10 per month.
Only three Instruments will bo
sold on these terms. Hayner
Bros. dl
Today a picturesque wedding
ceremony took place in lhe Three
Slnr Hotel on Fraser street, llic
bride being Miss Bvloa Wukooratovloh and lhe bridegroom Mr.
Nick llocovich. The bride is a
pretty young Austrian girl ami
the bridegroom a llnely built
Montenegrin.
Tlio bell..Ihnl and handing over
of Ibe ring took place last Sunday and the bridegroom and
Sixty stalwart friends marched
lo lhe home of (he bride on Fifth
avenue I liis forenoon Willi lhe
Slavonian and Canadian Hags al
llie bead of lho procession. Thoy
esc..lie.I the bride to the hotel,
where dancing, feasl ing and lively singing of national songs wns
kept up until late. Bride and
bridegroom look hearty share iu
lhe danolng, the bride wearing
her while dress, veil and Moral
wreath.
On Christmas Day, lho Day of
PMise, as II ll called, the Ilnnl
nnd    religious    ceremony    lakes
placo according lo national custom, lho marriage being today
legally solemnised.
Dawson, Dec. 20.The I'nuudtip
nf gamblers in Dawson is now-
being pushed to a conclusion.
The etlicl has gone forth that llie
games  must  cease  here  forever.
Six men charged with keeping
Common gambling houses and
eleven clinrged with playing or
looking on nt gambling games in
the houses run hy Ihe llrsl six
were liefore Judge McCaulay, who
lined tlio proprietors $100 and
ensis an.I also sentenced each lo
three   months'   imprisonment,  at
hard labor.   However, lhe sentence of imprisonment was sus
pended during gopd behavior.
Tlie Judge nui.le il plain lhal
if any emue liefore linn again ou
like charges Ihey will he required
to serve the three months laid
down in connection wllh tins offense.
Of lhe eleven spoclal'.rs four
were lined $20 ami ousts and the
others 1100 nnd e.'si.. or given
lhe option of two mouths in jail.
Thoy ur.- paying.
The Judge mude il plain Hint
hereafter no tines will be exlond-
e.l.    He deolared thai gambling
musl stop in Daws..n fm' all lime,
iiuii   llinl   In-  will  tin  all   in  bis
power In see lhal 111"..' whn attempt it are punished.
Afler lhe cases tin.I I n dis-
piised nf Loday Captain Horrigan,
commanding olDoer of ihe Mounted Police, stated thai the lid had
I n put mi tight and will remain
nu. The gambling aud loafing
element,    says   the    Captain,    is
detrimental   lo   Hi. mmunlly
and those who will not work, hut
try I., live oil" those win. do earn
Ihen' money by In.nl work may as
well make up Iheir minds Ihnl
Hie game is up.
Victoria, Dec. 21.--Amid gen-1
eral rejoicings Ihe llrsl train into
Port Alberni steamed Into lhat
town today in live hours from
Viotorla. When lhe complete
plans are carried out Alberni will
lie iml four hours from Vanoouver, The steamer connection
to Nanaimo will take iwo hours,
ami from Nanaimo lo Port Alberni another Iwo hours. The
line h-oiii Victoria passes through
Nanaimo.
The linking up of lhe line
across Vancouver Island lo Alberni marks a great step in the
development of Vancouver Island.
situated nt the head of Berkley
Sound Alberni has a magnificent
harbor and fisheries ami also laps
a dislrict exceedingly rich in timber, agricultural and mineral resources. The scenic beauty of
ihe Alberni dlstriol, and iis wonderful climate, have made it for
some lime a resort of those tourists who could alTord lo motor
io Alberni over ihe mountain
road in the Beaufort Range. Aa
one of the richest and rarest
spols in Comox-Atlin, and the
whole Paeille ('.nasi, lhe completion nf the hm. to Alberni means
a great deal in tbe development
..f Hie British Ciiluinbia mast.
BIG FRUIT CONVENTION
Martin    Burrlll    Arranges    it to
Take Place at Ottawa
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
i il I aw a. Dec. 21 ��� Hon. Martin
Hnrill i. arranging fnr a fruit
convention ami exhibition lo lake
plaee here In February, ll will
take in all parts in Canada. Suggestion-, will be made ror reforms
m ihe fruil l.rnneii of ilu- agricultural department.
Gol her n fashionable silk or
net blouse, a gold and pear: handled umbrella, a lea set- many
I lungs to ohooso from nl Wallace's, tf
Epidemic of Crime.
Winnipeg, I    21��� Special)
���This oily is experiencing un
epidemic of hold-ups, Many residents are losing considerable
cash as a result.
Gerhard Heintzman.
���'or    thirly    days    Frank
D.
Keeley, the exelusivc agent for
Ihis famous piano, will olTer 10
per eenl. discount on every
piano. tf
UNCLE SAMS OWN TRUST WAR
At cost, toys, dolls, games���
Wallace'!. If
COTTAGE8 NEAR M'BRIDE
New Buildings Planned for Erection by R. T. Orulckshanks.
doing soulh on the Princess
May this morning was ll. T.
Ci-iiicksbankg, who, during his
stay in Prince Huport, made preliminary arrangements  for the
building in the spring of two new
collages on Sevonlh nvenuc nnd
MoBrlde street,. Contracts will
nol l.e let until the new year is
advanced n litlle.
SINGLE TAX
IN ALBERTA
Premier Sifton to Introduce a Bill
to Make It Optional���Model Institution for Cities to Be
Drawn Up.
(Special to Dally News.)
Edmonton, Dee. 21.���Premier
Sifton has Introduced a bill Into
ibe Legislature providing lhal the
single lax Ihroughoul the province become operative in seven
years hence,
A model colislitulit.il for municipalities is also lo lie drawn up
RUPERT'S SHARE
SHOULD BE BIG
Government    Spent    $11,000,000
Last Year Developing Harbors.
Vancouver and Victoria Shared
Largely.
THE THREE JUDGES WHO ARE TRYING THE U. 8. STEEL CORPORATION.
Reeding rrom lefi lo rlghl tho are:   Judge Joseph it,iiiiiiui,.ii ot Pittsburg, Judge George Gray
of Wiliiiiiiglt.il and
is taking plac.
d Judge William M- I.aiming nf Trent..n. Now Ji
where Hie sensational trial
POPULAR NOVELIST DEAD
John Strange Winter Victim of
an Aooldent. _
All kinds of musical instruments at J. S. Gray & Sons', 8tl��
strcot.
tf
Miss Barker Better.
Friends Of Miss Cora Darker
are glad In learn that dining lhe
nasi few dnys she has recovered
from tier attack of rheumatic
fever.
See  Sweder Bros,
tailoring.
for holiday
dSl
London, Deo. 21.���Mrs. Arthur
Slumlord, belter known by her
pen iinme of "John SI range Winter," of "llootle's Baby" fame, is
dead here as lhe result of an elevator BOOldent, She was 55 years
of age.
FINE CRAFT FOR
HALIBUT TRADE
The Yacht Victor and Ethan on
16,000-Mile Trip From Boston
to  Seattle  Under  Own   Power.
SHU8TER MUST GO
Russia Will Not Allow Amerloan
Financial Adviser on the
Job.
Turkeys, Cranberries, Oelery.
Fancy Washington local turkeys, the best In lown; ducks,
geese nnd chickens; everything
for llie Christmas dinner. Fruits
and vegetables in big variety.
Oysters and tish. Shiubsall is at
vour service. 3t
liefore selecting n piano sco the
BUinley nl Qrajr'S Jewelry Store.
Cannot bo bent for lone, quality
and price. Pianos tuned nnd repaired. "
For Men.
Shaving   Sots,   Safety   Itozors,
Shaving     Mirrors,     Shaving
Brushes, strops���nil appropriate
Christ mas   glfls   for   men- ���>(
Keeley's Pharmacy.
tf
Beattie, Dec. Si.���Shipping and
lishing men hero nre watching
with Interest lhe foot <>f ilu* little
auxiliary sohooner yaohl Victor
and Ethan, now* nn tier way from
Boston, Mass.. under ber own
power, i<> enter the Beattie ball-
Iml  fishing Mail.'.
The vessel is well known'foilier beautiful lines nml couiforl-
alde cruising t>l'C under eilliei'
sale or power.   She Is making the
trip under the command of her
owner, paptaln Herbert w. m��-i.-
ei-son of Maiden, Mass. She is
Hill   feel   over  all  anil  lias  been
equipped with " t lO-borsepower
engine. Under average conditions
she .-an develop ami maintain a
Speed "f eight knots nn hour.
The vessel is carrying a Supply
of 2.000 gallons of gasoline,
which is believed lo be sufficient
In bring her lo Seattle.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
Torchon, Dec. 21 ���Aelion foreshadowing the dismissal nf Sinister was taken loday, when the
National Assembly agreed lo the
cabinet's desire for the appoint-
in.Mil  of a  commission     to    deal
with Hie Russian ultimatum.
FIR8T   CONCRETE   PAVEMENT
It Will Be Laid Outside the New
Westholme Theatre.
Iu front of the new Westholme
Thcali ii Second avenue will be
laid iu a few days the flrsl llretob
of real coliei'ete pavement. This
improvement will be put in by tlie
private enterprise of lho Westholme Company. The resull will
I lonomloal in Hie long run.
Fine Team Arrived.
A flue teiiiii of draught horses
for George Little arrived on lha
I'rince llupert yesterday. The)
will l.e lak.'ii up river for use on
Mr. Lllllo's ranch Bl Terraoe.
Tin- meeting of lho Ratepayers'
.ssoolallon announoed for Friday
.���veiling lias been postponed.   11
Will he  h.'i.l ill  llie  .M.'llll.  '<   lllll!
Tuesday evening, Deoembor "i>,
at 8:80, Members only a.*o In-
\Jlod. 21
What, A Sidewalk!
Great   exollsmenl   was   occasioned loday on Second avenue
when a gang of cily workmen
were scon starting lo luy 11 plank
sidewalk outside Urines' drug
slore eastward. A crowd collected to see the unusual speo-
laclo.
Christmas Numbor.
ExBOlly twenty-live passengers
1 k.'ti for the 0. l'. 11. Prinoess
May   Christmas   trip   south   Ihis
morning.
Prinoess Alloc  Arrives.
VlOlorla,    Dec.    21.     The    new
c, p, 11. steamer Prinoess Alice
arrived lodny from lhe yards of
the builders, Swan, Hunter 4 Co.,
of NewoBslle.
Smoking Oonoert
riie    Longshoreman's    Union
will give 11 big smoking oonoert
mi  Christmas  night,  Dec.  25, al
Hie I.W.W. Hall. Tickets SI. H
Camosun Tomorrow.
im her Christmas trip north
witli Christmas mall, and ready
for tier prompt  return south tIn*
same evening, the Camosun is cx-
poeie.i tomorrow niglil.
Like Old Times.
Tonlgbl lhe G. T. P. steamer
I'rince lluperl leaves nt. 8:30
o'clock, Jusi like old times, There
will bo o crowd lo sco the boat
olT siieli as never yet reached the
wharf al 8 a. ni.
II need I.   I need You.   Try our
knit led goods.   .labour Bros. 21
Over 111,000,000 was the sum
spent by ihe Dominion Governmeni during lhe paal year In developing harbors on Hie Canadian
coast. Ten years ago only $1,-
00(1,0(111 was spent, and twenty
years ago only $2,(IOO,000, approximately. Harbor buildings,
such as ilu- quarantine and
murine slut ions al Prince llupert,
.���nine nil" tlie estimates, also nil
work siieh as deepening rivers
ami csluaraics, elc. Vancouver
and Victoria cam oln foi' a goodly
share "f the developing going,
nml ihe port i.f Toronto also re-
celved attention, A growing
sliai'e in ibis expenditure will be
due in rising Prince Ituperl in
future years.
SECTION TWO BRIDGE
Two Novel    Plans are Proposed
ofr Dividing the Cost.
Th iiimiiiee of section two
ratepayers, composed of B, P. MoMordle, Dr, Kergin, It. A, White,
W. A, Ferguson, M. Albert and J.
\. Hlldltoh, who are It. go Into
ihe cosl of platting ami rough
grading lho seotlon will also oon��
sider the questioh of a high level bridge In Dial .section.
Wm, Manson, M.P.P., has suggested distributing the cost of
this bridge in Ibree, amongst the
Qovernmeni, the G.T.P. and tho
eily.      An idea    which comes in
for considerable consideration is
iluii of W, J. Alder, who suggested llinl Hie distribution be inio
four, Un' Ibree parlies named,
ami llie    owners    Of section two
lols.
XMAS PAY
Spocial   Consideration    Available
for Olty Employees.
Arrangements are lo be made
by which city employees so desiring it can have payment of pari
of llie wage due I hem for D.'C.'lil-
lii*i'  paid  l.y   special  lime  check,
io he furnlshod by lhe Bupt, of
Works for presentation   lo   tho
eily clerk.
Men     We   have
you  want   for  the
loco's.
the   presents
ladies.    Wal-
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Thursday. Dec. 21
THE G. T. P. AND THE HAZELTON TOWNSITES.
Ths strong attitude taken by Chairman Mabee in regard
to the llazt'llun townsitet will do a great deal to clear the country of doubtful townsite propositions, and create conlldence in
the electors. All who know Judge Muliee personally felt quite
sure that the action of the railway company in forcing a sale
of lhc South Hazelton property as the official Hazelton town-
site before tho change had been sanctioned by the Railway
Commission would be visited with dire wrath. The Chairman
Of the Railway  Hoard  is the strongest  man  in  Canada.     Ilis
magnificent physique, and voice like the rumblings of thunder,
only dimly betoken thc great spirit of the num.
An eminent member of thc Ontario bar voiced regrets to
the writer when "Jim" Mabee left the bar for lhe bench. Many
judges expressed their regret later when their "learned brother
Mabcc" left the bench after a brief but masterly period lo become Chairman Mabee of the Railway Commission. But those
who knew the precautions which Mr. Justice Mabee took to
ensure absolute freedom of baud iu his new position felt sure
that he saw iu the chairmanship of the Railway Commission
an opportunity to serve thc people of Canada in a way for which
he was, in a singular sense, pre-eminently titled.
The general public rather misunderstood Mr. Justice Morrison's action in dismissing the injunction for which Mr.
Robert Kelly had applied on behalf of the owners of New
Hazelton. lt was not because he thought Mr. Kelly had no just
claim for an injunction. On the contrary, he told him that
he had done the right thing iu applying for an injunction, as
showing that he had done all he could to slop the sale. "But,"
he argued, "if I grant an injunction I musl take the view that
the Railway Board will be influenced by any sales that the defendants may make previous to Iheir silting. 1 cannot make
any such assumption."
Mr. Kelly's action was really in the interests of the railway company as well as in the interests of the investing public. Had the injunction been granted it would have saved lhe
company from the heavy expense of advertising and conducting the sale, nnd also from the charge of bad faith to the
public. II would also have saved the company from the excoriation of the Chairman of the Railway Commission.
The outcome of the incident should give satisfaction to all
who desire the progress of thc Pacillc Coast. Confidence is
necessary if capital or immigration is lo come. If the railway
company has no respect for its promises, it is a measure of
satisfaction to know that the Railway Board is prepared to see
lhal the company does not lightly step out of its obligations to
the public.
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FRED. STORK j
-General Hardware ��� I
Builders' Hardware |
^ Valves & Tipes      Oxford Stoves   *
Graniteware       Tinware ��
j SECOND - AVENUE **>
*���*���*���*- *���*���*
SELL THEIR LEASE
Christiansen A Brandt Sell Lease
of Third Ave. Corner for $8,500.
Messrs. Christiansen ,\ Hrnn.lt
have so|d their lease of their
premises and site al llie oorner
of Third avenue and Fifth street
to J. M. Clancy of the Hank of
Montreal and M. Albert of lhc
Westholme Lumber ���'..>. The consideration involved is $8,.Mill,
Don't forgot that you can find
a complete line of Hand Hags,
Suit Case Umbrellas with (raid
tilled and sterling silver handles,
llray's Jewelry Slore. Prices
right. tf
First of the Herring.
The tirst herring caughl  for
the season in Prinoe Ruperl harbor were on sale in the cily yesterday morning.
Best meal  in  town at Savoy.
Christmas vexatious problems easily solved by Sloan & Company's Script.
Sold for any amount, redeemable in merchandise.
Pbince RurEBT, b.c 191 ���
Sloan & Company, Limited
MERCHANDISE  SCRIPT
Deliver to	
 merchandise to the amount
of Dollars
loo
SLOAN & COMPANY, LIMITED
SLOAN & COMPANY
Sixth Street
..Christmas Hampers..
BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and  Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with the Pacific Transfer Co., 807 Third Ave., and insure prompt forwarding.
All art-mints and correspondence addressed to
"���*�����     BEIRNES & MULVANY   Jta___!_.
will receive immediate attention
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When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
NO.  *���"INTIRNSTIONAL"
1 bolll* Kitra Slurry
2 boltl.. Ch.bll.
3 bolll.. Chut.au Margaua
4 boltla* Ohampagn*
1 boltl* BS-Yaar-Old  Bltqult Brandy
1 bolll* *��r��.l>lno
ONLV SSS.    (All quart*.)
NO.   B���"QERIBAN   DINNER"
1 bolll* Oh.rrl.* In Maraiklno
3 botlla* Llabfraumlloh
B botlla* Sparkling Mock
1  boltl* 20-Vaar-Old Brandy
1  botlla Birch
1 bolll* Kumm.l
12 bottl** B..p
ONLV f18    (All quart.)
NO.   6��� "COSMOPOLITAN"
1 bolll* OookUII*
2 bottl** P. A O. Scotch
1  bolll* 20-V*ar-Old Brandy
5 boltl.. Al* or Stout
1  bolll* Slot Oln
1  bottl* Qr..n  Ohartr*u*a  (pint)
ONLV S10.2B
We have not been established 50 years, but we can sell you
55-year-old Brandy. Remember, we have a complete assortment
of all standard Liquors, and control the exclusive agency for n
large number of lhc Best Wines,Liquors and Liqueurs ever seen
in Ihe Province. We buy direct from Europe and give you tho
benefit of the middleman's profits.
10 per cent, dlsoount on all bills   Over $6 until the end of the year.
NO
1
���"AT
HOME"
2
1
boltl**
boltl*
P. A O. Scotch
3 Star Brandy
1
2
6
bottl*
bottla*
bottl**
Port
Cholc.   Cl.r.t
���**r  (quarta)
ONLV
S��
NO
2-
-������FAMILV"
2
1
2
1
1
6
bottl** P. a O. Scotoh
bottl* 3 Star Brandy
botlla* Dry Oln
bottla  B**t Sh*rry
bottl*  B..t Port
boltl.*  Bt. B*t*ph* Clar.l
ONLV
���11
NO
3���"FRENCH   DINNER"
1
2
4
3
1
1
bottl*
boltl..
bottl.*
botlla*
bottl*
bolll*
���mir Ploon
Haul Baruo (quarta)
St. I.i.ph. (quarta)
Sparkling  M0..11.   (quart*)
20-V.*r-0ld  Brandy
Yellow Oharlrau**
ONLV SI 7
Oarke Bros., Ltd. ���**��� �����* ��� ***** Phone 39
UV I
our stock.     Ask  the  American  railroad man  his opinion  of the ....
J. S. Gray & Son, Jewelers,
WEBB C. BALL
Sole Aiirnt-. We alio carry a full
line of Howard. Kljtins. Walthama.
HamilU/n, Illinois, Lonvfne movement!
nlSrri
Can Kou Think ol Anything Whatever in Which Quality is a More lm-
poptant Factor Than in the Buying of Meats?
JuBt try to���as nn experiment. Then when yon'vo
mado up your mind you want
the best meats that nre to be
hnd come in mid see a meat
market that makes quality
first in its own buying of
meats, the model market of
Prince Rupert,
FRIZZELL'S
The preparations made for the
Xmas trade have never been
approached in Prince Kupert.
Positively everything obtainable in tlie market lias been
provided for the holiday trade.
|u��r��"
^^iSHmOYSTERSYST^1^
���OUtHMonwAlK.fO''''
Turkeys, Ducks,
Chickens, Geese
Cambridge Sausage
Mayflower Eggs
Brookfield Farm Butter
Brookfield  Farm
Sausage
Swift's Premier Hams
and Bacons
B. C. Special Hams
and  Bacon
Ajax  Brand Hams
and Bacon
There  won't be one  failure among  the  Christmas  Dinners if you  will  let us shure
the meat responsibility with you.
Frizzell's
Mclntyre Block
3rd Ave.
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR MEN
.... that will be both useful and appropriate....
Fancy Suspenders
Fancy Armlets
Men's Dressing:
Gowns
Bath Robes
Smoking Jackets
Hand Bags
.   Suit Cases
Shirt Bags
Collar Bags
Dressing Cases
Silk Handkerchiefs
Linen Handkerchiefs
Knitted Mufflers
Silk Mufflers
Knitted Neckwear
Silk Neckwear
MARTIN O'REILLY
2nd Ave.
3rd Ave.
SAMUKL HABRISON
IN.I1-AKV   PUBLIC)
V. F. Q. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR  SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
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"���"���"���-
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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The best Xmas or
New Year present
is a year's sub-
scription to ... .
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WEEKLYNEWS
It has all the news of the
week's progress in the
city and district. It tells
more about the place than
you could write in a month.
It will come regularly each
week like a letter from you.
"We feel as if we know
everything and everybody
in Prince Rupert through
reading your paper. It's
the most interesting paper
we receive," writes a subscriber from England.
ITEMS OF... .
] SPORT!
MIKE GIBBONS' RISE
The Story of a Welterweight Who
Is on the Road to Fame.
Six   weeks   agO    Infill
i   innl  never  heard
Gibbons, Lhe wonderful
wellorwolghl, who is pro
sporting
i.r   Mike
st. Paul
iiil.ly llie
���POST PAID TO ANY ADDRESS IN-
Unitctl States or Eng.
Canada
$2.50 per year $2.00
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Birds' Catalogue
will assist in making y<>
Send your nnmo nnd ml
shopprs' guide, from wii
of your home goods wii
fashion, excrllence, qua
great stock of Jewelry
Clocks, Leather Ooods,
may select the most ch..
Cnniinunicntu with us al
of tho importer and mn
ur Ohrlstmas buying a sucrcss.
dress at once nnd gel (his free
lob ynu may select in the quiet
it'll represent the standard of
lily and llnisb. From Dirks'
, silver, Cut Olnss, Watches,
Art Goods nn.l Novollies you
ice nnd pleasing Christmas gifts.
..me iiii.I benefit hy lho prices
nu furl lira*.
Henry Birks & Sons. Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
VANCOUVER
HASTINGS & GRANVIU.G STS.
MATHIEUS
SYRUP
OF TAR    /
&COD-    '   I
LIVER OIL I
______!___
goudron|!<]
FOIEMMOKUti
D.--_THIEC
l-LATHIJOJ-
Synip ol Ter
ItODIMHOuJ
Cures Coughs
Mathieu's Syrup of Tar tt Cod Liver Oil
is a great Tonic ami nol only stops a cough
but enables the system to throw it oft.
There should lie a bottle of it in every home.
Large size bottle 350.   Sold everywhere.
]. L. MATIIIHI. CO., l-.i.p . Slll-.IIIIRIIIIK '���
grealosi boxer In lhe world, ul
though only 20 years uld.
(lil.liims, with a SI. Paul sporting mini who rumlshod a rail-
r.ia.l tlokol, Slarled for New York
n in..nili ago, The young boxer
had wmi several bouts in iho
Northwest, luoludlng twu ttom
Jimmy Glabby, uml believing lhat
be might earn some good money
here, lie made tlie journey without a nourish of trumpets.
Going straight io tlie Polo Athletic club Gibbons saw Manager
Newman,   "I've oomo here to box
-11    "I'  your  best  boys,"   saitl
Gibbons. "All 1 waul is a ohanoe,"
Newman, though In* never had
seen or heard of lhe St. Paul
wonder, promptly dug up several rough und ready boxers win.
train al the club and Introduced
Ihem to Gibbons, in n few minutes Hie gloves were pul oil and
Gibbons in liis thirl sleeves proceeded i>. slum his opponents all
around lhe gymnasium. Twu
v..ting men weie knooked down
and allot her rooelvod a "blue Bye"
iu less lime than it takes lo tell
it. Newman's eyes fairly popped
.ml of .lis head us he saw l.ib-
iiniis move abuul lhe Hour space.
He Innl seen all of the great boxers during 30 years past, yet
Gibbons seemed better thun any
<>f Ihem.
"I'll give you a match wiih a
fell..w mimed Shei-mnn, 11 former
bai tie shipsailor," said Newman
"He'll meet you in u week."
liibbons wus delighted, nnd
when lie iih'I Sheriiiun sporting
men wondered what In* was liki
lu four rounds tiibbous displayed
remarkable skill and Anally
knock.'.I Slieri .1111 out. N.'Winun
I..I.I him lie could have 11 match
wiih Willie Lewis ui the Fairmont A. C. Gibbons outclassed
Lewis in u ten-round boul so
easily ttint ring Followers wore
astonished.    Kor Hint victory  he
received  only  ���*���'   which,   he
said, was big motley.
Then i-ame his clean-ciil triumph over Waller ColTev ul the
l';iinn.ml A. C. Inst week, for
whieh be pork.'i.'.l 11 iiiii.- mure
Hunt SHOO. Uul the money wus
11..ihing compared lo Hie reputation In* established as a superb
boxer nml probably lho |*esl
wellerwefghl   in   the   profession.
Ttif remarkable feature of
Gibbons' ability is tho fact Ihut
In- combines boxing skill with
lm nl hitting.
Ahe   Altell.   the   featherweight
champion,  also  a  groal  boxer,
afler watching Gibbons trim Oof-
fey Inst week, snid:
"Gibbons bus u head,   lie is
01 r lhe foxlesl men I've ever
seen.   <>n<- "f th.- secrets ��f his
success is Hie wuy he makes the
olher fellow miss, lie doesn't
Jump nway so fur that his oppo-
m-iii misses him by n yard, for
Hint would In* discouraging. Ho
avoids blows l.y so small u margin iluii Ins antagonist constantly
bellevos he <-un Inn.I if In- koops
on trying. Ilis r.'iiilmg I- n treat,
his   footwork   I-   marvelous,  and
when he sturis a 1 .h he doesn't
nn...   iir iins .1 wonderful puir
of eyes  ami  is n  quirk  Hunker.
Jusi tai for me iimi Gibbons is
11 wonder."
You Need
a Ryrie
Catalogue
to solve quickly and
satisfactorily all your
Ohrlstmas worries
about "what to give."
Suitable gift articles
to suit every taste and
every purse aro to be
found on every one of
tbe 124 pages of illustrations.
To eave time, worry
and expense, write for
a copy at once���It's free.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Canada's Largest Jewelry House
Jnt. Ryrh; Pru.
Harry Ryrlt, Sic. -Trtat.
184-186-138 Yonge St.
TORONTO
. = THE COSY CORNER
l    [DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     \
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ThiB is a little section ot the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and nil of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to conlribute to its columns, and to tuko part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
II.  1 Inlilrell  MUttTO
MUNRO
W. Nicholson lj.tl.ry
& LAILEY
fl CHRISTMAS FOR BABIE8.
A Tew Hints on the Difficult Art
of Choosing Presents.
wll
in-
lh
liveryoni
ami     t'M'i'x
pleasure
ilninly  I'i limits.      Thore
prolly   iiriii'i.'
are I't'iisoiialil
When  us
iifss  can  li
11 loves it baby-
does���will    Inke
iuying   something
llllle lot's christ-
ui'i'   Innumerable
for   llit'iu   whioh
in prloe.
fulness   and   duinti-
1  combined   it   is  a
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
****** Prlne* Bup*rt  Thur.d.y  at 1:30
���_.._   _irl��  S.lut
���nil 30th
p. m .  D*C. 21*1 ��n
cou.-r   Mrly   Saturday
2llh, arriving In  Van
morning,   Dec
23d
MASS   VOUR  RESERVATIONS  EARLY
Phon* 260
m.
SS. Princ* John lor Stewart 10 a.
D*ll. 20th  and  27th.
Prtl.nl   .ch.dul.   will   rrntaln   In   .n.cl
until about dun.
Bi-weekly train service to Vannrsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christina* vi.it Ea*t travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
from Chicago. Thc finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the ofllce of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
double triumph for the creator
of merchandise. Under ihis
head wo tlml many articles <if-
feieil iii the shops.   For instance,
n pair of oi hot slippers in pinks
nnd  blues would  l.e  aocoptable
after lhe walking ago, Lovely
litlle bootees, liuml knitted, some
high ami Borne low eut. and lhe
soft sole kind shoes nre sold in
while, imi. blaok, pink nn.l blue,
if there is danger of ihe baby
spilling mil or a mother is afraid
of il. one can buy n sal in oarriago
strap in wiii.*li is allaohcd an ln-
deslruolablo doll, a whistle, a
nil He ami a ring whioh will keep
Un* baby busy and awake.
Ribbon armlets sometimes save
Hie baby's lomper, fm- no normal
baby likes lo soralcb his nose
wllh ii lol of dress and sleeve
over iis hiiutl.
A safely pin holder is made of
two pi s of sal iii ribbon mi inch
wide, on ihe ends of whlob are
while riniis. These rings hoi.I
safely pins of several sizes. The
ribbons are decorated by hand
nml allaohcd lo u bow al ibe lop,
Tho celluloid loilol sels come
delicately painted in small Dowers, of live pieees. colllli, lililsll.
soap box. powder box and nil lie.
Kneli article oan he bought separately, making n nice gift.
Baby mulTa nre made <>f while
boarskin wiih n small head mi
lb.'in, nml nre iu eiderdown or
fur 11 mn I.
father's 16,000,000 estate,
Mr. Corbin Is nol really In noed
nf Uie money whioh his father
hold out ns a lure lo lhe matrimonial noose nml marriageable
young women Ihroughoul lhe
-iui.- regard his IndifTerenoo ns
mosi provoking. In reply to a
flood of Inquiries be only says:
"I nm iitiMiiniTieil; I don'l ox-
pool iii In- married before Saturday and, in fuel, I don'l expect lo
be married ut nil. The dnanotal
reward is not suflloienl for mo lo
take the ohanoe,"
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CAItSS,
of lit ilti.1, Columbia
and Mi.ini.ilra Ultra.
Ladles' walohes from now until Xmus ul speoial prices al
Wark's. if
V. BENNETT, B.A.
at B.C. Ontario, S.a-
katchew.n  and  Al*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ bertji liar..
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ollirf   lmilinrit'e- bliK*k, corner Third avenu. and
Sixth ilrit-t. I'rinc. Ruuert. g
Dig
I nun*.
Christmas Rush.
rush In Keeley's for Porta fanoy gift pneknges.   If
*%
WON'T WED FOR $5,000,000
C. F. Corbin of Connecticut Provokes Young Marrlageables by
Declining Father's Request.
Mi'i'i-iileii. Conn., Dec. 20.���Unless Charles V. Corbin, son of the
lute Phillip Corbin, bead of the
American Hardware Company,
marries or booomes engaged before nexi Suliirdiiy lie will lose
.���I sldcrable pari of hla share
iu   the   Ilnnl   sell lenient   of   liis
CANDY FOR CHRISTMAS.
A Good Recipe for Making Chocolate Fudge.
Two cups granulated sugar, l
oup milk or wuter, *> ounces ohoo-
tilitie (graled or -t tablespoons
i'o.'oii, <ni.'-eighth teaspoon cream
of larlar or one-fourlh cup <>f
corn syrup, ���> tablespoons butler,
l teaspoon vunillu.
l. Method: Pul Bugar, oream
of larlar, ohocolalo, butter and
wuter iu a sauoepan; stir until
dissolved.
*A. Cook until il makes a suit
hull when dropped from a spoon
ml. I.l wuler.
.'i. Add vanilla, after mixture
has slightly cooled.
i.    When   lhe   candy   is   done
lieui uni ii Murk enough to spread
o un hull.'red pun or plaller,
6.   ('.ui in squares when t I.
Note���when testing oandy for
lhe "sofi ball" singe remove
saucepan of l|oi syrup frum the
lire eaoh lime Hie teal is made.
This js to prevent further i k-
Ing while testing if the oandy is
done.
Rare ami beautiful ohinawarc
und crockery, exolusivo designs
Wallace's. if
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operatlona akllfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathelict. tulmini.tered for the painleaa as-
traction of teeth. ConatllUtlon free. Office.:
HetirerBon Block. l'nnce UniK-rt. 11-12
AI.'X.M.M.tti-..ii U.A..     WK.Williiiiiire.u.a..!......>
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P.:o. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
riiii. or wm. i-.ix..s. am., a.k.a.u., ion., ino
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident ln.ur.ticn
618 ,1rd Avenue Phone 311 and Green 2C2
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SAIH.LERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing n Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth St*
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English antl American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Xmas Suggestions
To be cheerful you must
he Will-Ill.    See . ..ill.-iinl aboul
ibai beater. "Wa nre giving
5 per cent disc..mil on all
stoves,, oooking utensils,
from now till lhe New Year.
i
GALLAND   HARDWARE j
McBride anil Fifth Avenue I
..e^.r^n^er ��� ee.rr.n.ii.iii.i e.^^i -. .Q
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Pru cess
Line
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH
Princess May
Thurtd.y. December 21*1, al 9 �� m
For Victoria.  Vancouver ami Seattle
J. C McNab ��� Ceneral Agenl
r
Mrs. FrizzelPs
u
Windsor Hetel
FIRST AVENUE AT KIGHTII STREET
Newly  I uinnhed and
SI���m Healed Room*
A  FIRST   CLASS RAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UF
BATHS   FREE   TO   OO-STS
W. H. Wright, Prop        r n. box 37
...-**���%.. .-*...-_ ���***,
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
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. O.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Dally News.
It's the SSSlaSt and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS i.l in  i
TO LET
Flat in Kami Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Alto stores in same block.
Two collage, cotter Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FOR  SALE
Lots in all parti ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in thc City.
C. D. RAND
Second Ave. Phone 112
The eternal quest In buying party and evening dresses
It to And something prettlor, something more "becoming,"
something In the way of a new effect In an approved style.
Mr. Friiiell haa always oarrled the acknowledged leading
display of this olaas of goods In Prince Rupert, and la now
offering them at a deolded sacrifice.
A big reduotlon haa also been made In ralnooats and
ladlis' and children's coats.
Useful Ohrlstmas gifts serve as a constant reminder
of the giver.. The store Is replete will holiday suggestions
���in fact, it Is a deolded show nowadays.
Ladles' collars, handkerchiefs, needlework, etc., In
fact, an endless variety of appropriate Ohrlstmas novelties.
ALL TASTES GRATIFIED EXCEPT POOR TASTES.
Mrs. Frizzell's    -   I	
OPEN UNTIL 10 p.m. THIS WEEK
Sixth Street
EBY   <&   Co.===
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� l<   ('.
Chitrmey Sweeps.! sad Fsnuce Cleumf
Prepare for winter bygettinjryour fnr-
naccs and Dues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
rViclical Chain S<-k�� A-M.ru: Ihi Held, t
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
OattMHS REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   JM.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
;~~;;~~~;ij>
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS WO KMIIALMERS
Funeral   Direetor.
3rd Ave. near tith SI. Phone No. Ml
im .m 901 r.o. eon sol
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For
lUurirf-irp. Stonure ��m<l  Furwanllnir Air-nit*
Riff* or Motor Car day or nivht
Seventh Ave. ami Fulton
Pb.-rw .��!
Goods
.Whites Portland Cement..,
0. c.
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Fraaer and 5th.        Chckfe Win** and Clears I
RUPERT'S    PALACE    OF    COMFORT;
EMMERSON
V.I M
fton. 125       Niilrn Block       Second kit
ADVERTISE  IN
NEWS
THE
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of rhocola.es in fancy baskets and boxes
alsu a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS   AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR    WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block ��� - Phone 56
.Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Hone
Fret Labor Bureau io Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. an.l Tth St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor;
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines
CIGARS   |
Periodicals
:   TOBACCOS  :
G.T.P. WHARF
Newspaper*
::   FRUITS
NORTHERN B.C.
LIQUOR Co.
The Leading Wholesalers of
Northern   British   Columbia
F.-cluiive Agent* for
BUDWEISER  BEER' THE DAILY NEWS
Do You Need Xmas Help?      Try the News Want Ad. Way.     It's a Good One.
  CAMERON'S	
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
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Nugget Pins Pearl Brooches, 14k Necklets
Pearl Tie Pins, 14k Signet Rings Cut Glass
Lockets Solid Gold Cuff Links
Solid Silver Match Safes, Cigarette and Jewel Cases
ALL GOODS ENGRAVED FREE
Make your selection Early and get First Choice
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K.       W.      ���L.AIVlJh.KlJjN Diamond Specialist
Select your (roods for engraving early and avoid disappointment
HART'S
Christmas : Goods
The Largest and Most Select Slock in the City
We li.-iv.. fancy decorated China from Japan, China,
Austria, Bohemia, France and England. An especially
nice line of English dinner sets.
cut glass direct from European manufacturers.
pressed glass from Lhe largest house iii Canada.
STONEWARE, crocks, jugs, bean pots, teapots, etc., from
Wisconsin.    An excellent line of plated ware lo choose
from.
BASKETS in all sizes and varieties.
LAMPS lu lighl the entire  city,   from  die  mosi   fancy  to
the oheapeal bedroom lamp.
ENAMELWARE  loo numerous lo mention.
OIL CLOTH an.I linoleums.   There is where we shine.
FURNITURE such ns fancy rookers from $2 to $20.
EASY CHAIRS from $10 up.    Couohes and  parlor suites.
Reed an.l rattan chairs and rockers.    Ueds and bedding.    A large stock of curtains and draperies, too.
Cooking and healing stoves nnd carpets.
EVERYTHING  IN  HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 62.
Waltham Watches
in Nickel Cases
7-Jewelled for $6.10 15-Jewelled for $7.15
17- Jewel led for $8.25
fiA n/Ylj| t? Also we have the
i).Iln/ur.     highest    grade   of
KA1LROAD    Waltham,   Howard,
A and Hampden  Gold
Watches.
Wi
Ms
Fanciful Cut Glass
Chinaware, Clocks,
etc., etc.
--^WATCHES
Mussallem & Co.
J.iwelry Store 423 5th Ave. East
OUR
PERFECT
STOCK
of Xmas giftR
oflVrs hundreds
of practical suggestions on the
question of what
to give. Saves
you money too.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
II-
-THERE ARE NO "DEAD ONES"
LOCAL JOTTINGS,
The Xmas "Rupert."
Ai  8:30 tonight  tha *'*. T. P.
steamer Prinoo Ituperl pulls oul
mi Iiit Christmas trip far Vancouvor ami lhe south.
Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous candies in a
large and varied assortment and
Christmas gift boxes at Keeley's,
3rd ami Oth. tf
There arrived yesterday a large
shipment of Cut Glass, Royal
Crown Derby China, band painted
China and many oilier beautiful
lines especially attractive and
appropriate for Xmas gifts. Call
at Wark's before you buy.      tf
"May" Went South.
This   morning   lho   C,   P.   it.
slennit'i' Princess May passed on
hor  trip  soutb  with Christmas
passengers from Skagway.
A 1226 new Hall safe at !?17.r>.
Com.' in and make offer for
8132.50 .National casli register.
$110 camp or hotel rang.' al a
sacrifice,   Hayner Bros.       31
The shopping way is to read
lhc .Miissiill.'iii way of prices. See
..in* a.Ivi. If
Le-
For Rent
n-I..*!-*---1 *fr
Kor Rent-Two roomed cnbln, olOM to Mollritlc,
frostily papered and clean, only $li> per month.
H F. McRae & Co. t-f
lfl**ll*N H*-fcll**^lt
Insurance
OUR Companies are noted fur prompt nnd just
settlements. We write overy kn��wn class of
Insurance. Tho Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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Wanted
rated
H^ll-,   ,!->   1,^  >��^,.^ **g
Wanted���General Servant.
Apply Mr.. I.. W. Patmore.
Other mi.1.1 kept.
tf
Maternity nur.c open for onirairement. A|*-ply
Box 2169 New.. tf
Wanted. ��� Drtssm.kinir, cleaning and pre..-
Intr, repairing for men and women. Mr. Ch.rlt*.
I'ereher. UUO Third Ave.   Phon. 291 lied.     tf
Wanted to rent or lease by first of January, 5 ur
6 room modern housa, close in. State term, to
Box 89.
WANTED���Ymiili with business OQUSM
tiiiitilii-r m iirini ii ��ii..it*.;iif trail.. In
unit'.'      Apply,   Willi   ii.irliiml.ii-.   to  box
IS, Newi ones, ssu-sua
MAIIIIY���W'liy remain lonely? The Meal
inn.niiii-in'ii Club It-ads tu happiness. A
sii'lrlly inn.ih', hlgli-t'lass, ui- ir. iiiii.'
iiii'.Huiii for properly Introducing worthy
m.ii*i*i;t(teiihli* peoplo of any nation ilm
i. h-.-i.iu. aire, or ilnantlal condillon.
Many   people   walling,   rich   and   poor.
Particular! rice,   riain, Msled rnv.-iopr.
I. C, Wilson, box 1770. Vancouver, B. C.
r
For Sale
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,-��,, -nil %.,, .,,+
Curacoa Northward.
Tin' steamer Ouraooa  put  in
I ii.-I   nighl  wiili  a  cargo  of pipe
far III.' cold slorag.', and wenl on
north in ibe small hours.
One   ll.'iiil/maii
Io   ho   saorifloed
Warks.
Player   Piano
for   cash   at
tf
Call and see our select stock
uf diamonds and gem rings. J. S.
Cray & Sons' Jewelry Store,   tf
Church Notioe.
A special feature of the evening service of the Baptist Churoh
I.. l..< li.-iil iii the Holntyre Hall
will be tho singing of Xmas carols
by members of the Sunday school
ami cliuir. a hearty Invitation
to all iiii Sunday next. Dec. 2-i.
Christmas Gifts In China.
Keeley's elegant display of
hand painted China in wide
range of variety nnd price is at-
li-actiiig the Christmas shoppers.
If
The way
iheap al Hi.
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Mu
SMI
ast is to buy
li'in Slore.   tf
Petition for Park.
A petition is being circulated
in llie cily for presentation to-
nii_hl requesting that a special
ell"..rl he made by the present
Council  to  sel   things  in  motion
for scouring n public reoreatlon
park.
Servian Labor Benefit Society
No. IBS. S.S.S.S.
Meeting, held every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the
month In the Carpenters' Union Hail
O. VUKOVICH.
Secretary
T. MAZLUM.
CO. Box 991        President
It'll
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sale���Furniture
Sil. city.
'������ ri ii -ii i   house
'.'VI     V'.'.'e
L_!
Stenographer
"1
Eastern stenographer of wide experience want,
position. Address "Stenographer." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver. B.C. t-f
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siness Chances
HUNT worry about rainy .lays. W.
family washing al *!!��� pieces lor
dollar. BpSCll] .-arc given line nam
Plume IIS. Pioneer Steam Laundry
SSS-800
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Card, of Prince Rupert, occupation Mining Engineer, give noUce that on the
2Slhday of December. 1911. I Intend to apply to
the Water Commissioner at his office In Prince
Kupert for* license to tak. and us. two cubic
feet of wafer per second from an unnamed stream
In Ihe District of Coast Kange 5. Skeen* Division.
I-l mile east of the Tyee Sutlon. G.T.P. Rr.
The water is to be taken fmm the stream about
one half mile above Its outlet, and I. lo be uaed
for developing power for a quary .Ituated at the
outlet of .aid creek, along the Railway grade.
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th. 1>U. ,|..*:
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XMAS GIFTS
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Murine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' nnd Personal Bonds
Policies Written   Direct
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-Holmes and Hen tain.
Fine View Corner
V SECTION   TW
$2,250
Three lOU, block 7, section I, |*..ooo each
14 .-ash, bai. 1. *.'. :i yearn at 7 per cent.
Two Inls, block ���."... section I, *��:..imiii pair;
U   rush, bai.  0,  ID,   18  nn hi 1 it*.,  al  7
per cent.
Two loli, hi..11, 89, section S, ll.ttOj $500
CUb, bai, 3, 0, 0, 11! inonlhs
Twu lols, block 8, section 5, 11,000. Equliy
rush,    run- view lots.
one lot, block 0, section 6, ji.r.uti.    J.iim
tush, 3, o, 15 months, al 7 per eenl.
   Int. block  98, section 6, 1595.     ��985
cash, bai. till every 3 iinuiili-. at 7 pel
cent.
one lol, block II, section 0, |SJ50.   Hall
i ash, bai. fi, 18 months, at 7 per rent,
oue lul, blork  17, seeilon 7, 1800.    1800
cash, bai. 3, 0, 18 llltmllis;  Willi cabin,
tun' lot, block tfi, section 7, Idol).    $300
cash, 3, tl, 18 months, si 7 per eenl.
Inn Inls, block 17, section 7, .1,   One-
third cash, bai. I anil 2 years, al 7 per
eenl.
Twu Inls, block 19, secllnn 7, l&DO each.
... cash, bai. fi. 19 inonlhs.
Two Inls, blnck  3, seeilon  7.  lOISO each.
li cash, I i.t I i . |9, 18 ne mill..
Two  lots,  block  3, seeilon  7,  155(1   rai-li.
Vi rash, bai. 0, 19, 18 nioulhs, at 7 per
.Till.
Iiitir lols. blOCt 3, -i*i-ii..ii 7, 13,000.     Vi
cash,    Iml.    .*.,    19,    18    lllttllllis.      Large
corner.
Tluee lols. block 37, secllnn 7, 11,000.    Vi
< i-Ii.  bai.  (1,   19,   18  in..uiii-. al   7  per
eenl.
Two lots, block 88, seeilon 8, 11.000. on. -
um.i cash, bai. B- 18, 18 inonlhs.   Corner.
Two l,.i-.. block 88, secllnn 8, |85o.   SttO
cash, bai. (1, 18 months.
Two lots, block If), secllnn 8,    each
tlio rash, lull, fit per month.
Five lots, blork  10, scrllnn 8. 1973 each
bai. si    per month.
FOR HINT.
Meei.'. sen-ml avenue nl Sivili slreel,
FOR   BALE
i ..Inu wllh four rooms; cheap.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince llupert Cash-Store
735 THIRD AVE.
The most appropriate and mosi
appreciated Xmas gins arc usually
round In well appointed Jewelry
stores.
Today we hue ilia mosi complete
and besl assorted stork or rh-iIiI,
gifls ever shown in nupcrl.
Our Out Olaaa display Is a worthy
one���Inrlushe, exclusive.
Then liandtltii.ialed china makes
a dalnly remembrance. Wo have
Mnorcraft and Roys! crown Derby.
Our J.w.ir, nttirlasses anything
we have ever lief..re shown, and In
all nur operii'iit e we never had
lienor foods fm  Um money.
Wark's
|       ...THIRD AVE
AVENUE JEWELERS.,
J
Learn to Dance
���IN SECTION   TWO���
SNAP   -   $525 Each
Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 5
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
We  refund  your  money  If  we do  not
teach you lo dance for the  price
of one   tie let.
Wedne.day.   and   Saturday*
in Sons of England Hall: at 8 p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
C T. P. Trantfar Agenl.
Order, promptly filled,   prim t-uonabl*.
OFFICE- H. B. Roche.ier. Centra St    Phone r*
Christmas Giving
There is more than ono article  here suitable for Christmas Biv-
inn  that will  compel your inspection anil assure your selection.
Pipes fend
Smokers'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. B. D. special
Peterson patent, meerschaum and calabash, cigar
cases, cigarette oases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobaooo jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Christinas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All oi the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT���
Campbell
P��3ffi3
IM
...Appropriate Xmas Gifts...
Handsome pieces of FURNITURE gives to the home COMFORT and 8ERVICE.
Our LARGE STOCK for select choice is at your command.
A good, comfortable chair or rocker for   evening   room,
BUFFET, leather seat dining CHAIR8, quartered oak
TABLES.
DRESSERS and CHIFFONIERS; any finish for the bedroom.
FANOY TABLES and CHAIRS ror drawing room.
For the Little Ones
CHILD'S TABLE and two CHAIRS finished In natural, Early
English and golden.
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW���THEY   ARE   GOING   FAST
A large assortment CARPET 8QUARE8   and   RUGS.    New
Drapery Materials to hand.
GEO. D. TITE  -   The Home Furnisher
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THIRD AVENUE,   I'll.INK 20
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Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirrors      Military Brushes       Travelling Cases
Manicure Sets Perfumes Toilet Waters
C. H. ORME       .       .        The Pioneer Druggist
The fteXCX&Jl Store
l*hol.r *���
~o
McRae Bros.
6th Street
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
Your Friends
of
JOHN CURRIE
��� ECONB AVtNUa - . rail,,*... KlirKRT
would  like  a souvenir
Prince Rupert.
Why not buy them a beautiful Embroidered Hand,
kerchief, a pair of Gloves
or an  Umbrella?
Jabour ��� House ol Quality
Third Avenue, between 7th and 8th St.
Christmas Oarde.
Extraordinary   nssortment   at
Keeley's. tf
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A Useful Christmas Present
. . . WILL BE A CONSTANT REMINDER OK THE GIVER . . .
We list a few of our Roods that would prove very  acceptable
to your home or your friends.
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Oarpet Sweepers
Bread Misers
Sadirons
Carvers
Fish Carvers
Bread Knives
Rogers 1847 Cutlery
Butcher Knives
Coffee Percolators
Nickel Plated Teapots
Scissors
Sugar Spoons
Embroidering Scissors
Qilletto Safety Razors
Shaving Brushes
Razor Strops
Razor Hones
Nut Craokers        \
Ladles' Companions
Reading Lamps
Footballs
Punching Bags
Boxing Gloves
Air Guns
.22 Calibre Rifles
Alarm Clocks
Skatea
Boys' Axes
Pocket Knives.
Hunting Knives
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We have an endless list of goods suitable for Christmas Gifts.
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