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Array OUT OP WORK TODAY?
Try   The   News'   Want  Ad.
Way.
3 The daily News
-t Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist Siwl
 ���   _ /^X,>y
NEXT MAILS
For South
Prince Rupert,.Thursday 8:30 p.m.
Prlncesi   Muy Thursday a.m.
Prince Rupert. B.C.. Tuesday, December 19, 1911.
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PONDENIS DEMY SIRW
%
ATROCITIES WERE BY ARABS
THE CORRESPONDENTS SAY
BRITISH  AND   PARIS   PRE8S  CORRESPONDENTS   EXONERATE
THE ITALIAN TROOPS FROM THE CHARGES OF INHUMAN CONDUCT  AT  TRIPOLI.
A new lisped  on  the question
of ihe alleged Italian atrooitiea
in Tripoli i- given by n group of
English und ..ther press correspondents who have issued n
signed message over their nniiies.
The message is ns follows:
The correspondents whose signatures follow witnessed the
events in Tripoli from October
_:i lo October 30, und they affirm
Hint the Italian soldiers Iiiim- nol
b  guilly of the atrocities they
have been accused of by some
newspapers; also thai the executions ordered  here hove been
l.ul lhe necessary repression of
ii prearranged revolt among Hu
Arabs, who had previously submitted to Die Italians. The undersigned affirm further that
Moslems perpetrated on Christian
prisoners nn.l wounded atrocious
tortures and mutilations.
William P, Riley, correspond
enl London Daily Mail.
George K. Urown, late oorro-
���p lent  of  the   London   Daily
Telegraph,
Louis Andre, correspondent of
lhe Paris Matin.
Paul Tristan, correspondent ()f
Ihe Paris I'ress.
MYSTERY OF
Rev. Percival Farrar, Objeot of
Royal Displeasure aald to Have
Fled Disguised, to America, via
Franoe.
i .in.nil.tu Press Despatch.)
London, Dee. Il>���It is now
known lhal the Rev. Pereivn!
Farrar, whoso sudden dismissal
caused u sensation in court circles, managed lo leave EuglanJ
secrelly, nnd made his way lo
America disguised lo avoid puli-
lieily. Whore he is now is not
Known, hul his wife recently visited Sandrlngham and gave away
nil her private possessions, title
is likely to leave for lhc United
.stales herself) as her homo was
ther 'iglnally, and her brother
lliiliiiril Harding Davis has hen
anxious for her (o return wiih
him.   Mrs. Kiirrnr oommunloalod
Willi I  when Ihe KiiTg's pleasure became known.
Paper decorations, tinsels, etc,
for houses, stores, etc. Wallace's.
MALE TEACHER
IS APPOINTED
School Trustees Met Yesterday
for Final Business Before End
Of Term���Appointed 8. W. A.
Code as First Assistant.
9. W. A. Code. H. A., principal
of Nanaimo Public School-, was
appointed llrsl ossislant to Principal Hunter here al lhc in-el im
of lhe Sell....I Hoard ycslord..*
afternoon, and out of lho list of
applicants lhe second choice was
L. W. Code, II. A., ��f Vancouver.
The new asslslanl teacher has
aught for a number of years in
���he province, lie is a graduate of
v-uenn's University, Kingston.
The outgoing board recommended to Iheir successors an
increase of salary lo 8100 per
month for the lady teachers,
Misses Mercer, Millignn nnd
Johnston. The school will .lose
on Thursday for .Xmas vacation.
Al festerday's board meeting
the Chairman. D. <������ Slowart, Intimated  his  unitillrulion  nt  the
close of his lorm ��f oil  with
the harmony which hnd prevailed
.luring H rm*    0* V' Bennell
similarly expressed himself. O. II.
Kslsomwho remains on the bosrd
for another year, expressed the
hope ,hat lho retiring members
be re-elccl.'.le
"Notioe
A meeting of the residents Of
BeoUonS 5. 0, 7 and 8 will lie I.old
i��� in.- Prssbytorlsn  ohuroh hsH
I,,, Tuesday ���.-xi. ���'"-���"",,;,;.,"'h'
gS&NC* n-j;
���   ,.,v     owners'   Association
;;;;;,i'���'.,r������youlli..edat.hemcet-
'"SvoryoM   ihould   stund*-a
pisxrnsn, Boiiy.
,      M'walchCl from **�����*��� un;
mm    ,    snoolsl   prices   at
1,1   Xniiis   at   ipao'-'   i ^
Wark's.
A MILLION FOR
THE UNIVERSITY
Legislature Will Pass Legislation
to Inaugurate the Provinolal
University at Point Grey.
(Special (o Dally News.)
Viotorla, Dec. lu.���The Legislature  ill   lhe   forthcoming  session will he asked lo vole money
io inaugurate ihe Provinolal University and supplying .'. leaching
-1 ti IT and quarters.   There i.s said
I., he ii million dollars nvailabl
if necessary.
Christmas Rush.
Hig rush lo Koelcy's for Por
fumes in fancy gift packages,   tf
HIS DYING WISH
The Maharajah of Nepaul Wants
King's Trip to Oo On.
(Canadian Press Dcspntch.)
Delhi. Dec. 111.���The Miilii-
riijuli of Nepaul, with whom the
King was truing on a shooting
trip, has died suddenly. His last
wish was Hint lhe Hriiish Hon-
iireh continue bis Journey, and
lhe new Rajah will aooqmpany the
KihK into lhc jungle.
TO DEVELOP THE OOAL
Work   on   the   Groundhog   Coal
Lands to Be Started.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Iliizellon, Dec 19.���Frank A.
Jackson, whose name has been
a.social.'.I with the liroundhog
coalfield since the wonderful coal
measures of lhal purl of the district flrsl allraeled allelilinn, relumed lasi Thursday from a trip
lo Vancouver, whither he went to
make nrraiiK.-moiils for nexi sea-
. in., development work on the
large areas of coal lands con-
iitill.'il by himself and his asso-
eiales.
Gerhard Helntzman.
For thirty days Frank D.
Keeley, the exclusivo agent for
Ihis famous piano, will ofTcr 10
per cent, discount on every
piano. tf
PRICES VARIED VERY GREATLY FOR
WORK OF CUTTING PIPE TRENCH
One Man Wanted $22 a Yard for Cutting Rock in Section 5��� Another Wanted $3
���City Engineer's Bids Were in the Midway Region -Most of the
Gangs Were Under Foreign Names.
Tenders were oponod last
night for lhe excavation of pipe
line within the cily limits for Hie
Woodworth  waler  supply.  There
wore fifty bids In all, including
Hint of the city engineer, foi- Hie
work which is divided into six
seel ions. Most of lhe lenderei's
bid for nl least live mil of the six
sections, but some went in for
only one seel ion. The whole sel
of tenderers Is referred to the
olty engineer for tabulation and
report by Thursday night's meeting.
Prices vai'ieii considerablyi
from as high as 1122.60 per yard
foi' rook in st'.'liiiii 5, In us low
as |9 in Ihe same seel ion, and
sl'.ih in section I. Berth exoava-
liiui prices varied from as high
as s;i pep yard I., as low as 15
eenls.
Followini; are llie prices i|u..l-
t'tl in lhe engineer's bid, which
occupies a mid-way position in
relation to lhe others, there Ile
um n niiiiilii'i of lower liitls.
Scollop hi arih. St.15;  rook,
SO.60. Seotlon Two, earth, 11.00,
i-ock, SB,   Seolion "   ree, earth,
Sl.mi;     rock,     $4.75.       Seetion
 ���, earth    80c;    rock, SI.T5.
Seotlon Five, earth, 00c; rook,
16.00. Seci ion six. earth 12.00;
rock, 11,75.
of Hu- forty-nine olher tenderers, -inm* thlrly-seven l.i.l under
foreign Bounding names us representative of station gangs of
from leu men upwards.
EPIDEMIC OF ROBBERY AND
OF SUICIDE IN VANCOUVER
SANK   BURGLARS   SHOT   JAPANESE  JANITOR AT  NORTHERN
CROWN BANK THI8 MORNING���THREE MEN COMMITTED
SUICIDE WITH  POISON,   KNIFE AND REVOLVER.
TO DEVELOP THE HALIBUT TRADE
	
New Type of Fishing Schooner is Now  Under Construction at
Vancouver Shipyards for a Skeena River Syndicate
Canadian Press Despulch.)
Vancouver< Dee. 10.-  A daring
allompl   was  made   in  rob  the
Northern Grown Bank al Colling-
w 1.   n    suburb   nf   Van iM-r.
early  ihis     Tm*.tins     morning.
After   gaining   an   eulrai    and
shooting ihe Japanese janitor in
ilu- wrist, the men deoamped. li
is iml yei known whether ihey secured any money.
Vancouver, Deo, 10. Throe
suicides occurred here mi Monday, A man named Swanson, u
Swede, poisoned himself, Blowarl
Clarke, a traveler, oul In- Ihroal
with n pen knife, and I. II. Clarke,
a bailiff, -'mi himself In Stanley
Park.    The motive in no case is
apparent.
Meant if nl "open stock" dinner
ami lea sels over a ton weight
of iliem Jusi fooeived direct from
Kngland. Tasteful patterns, op-
.-n stock, medium- prices. Wai
laoe's. tf
Cadbury's Christmas Chooolates.
Cadbury's famous candies in a
large an.l varied assortment and
Christinas j.*ifl boXOS at Keeley's,
3rd ami .Wit. If
FORMED LABOR COUNOIL
Mr. 8. D.   Macdonald   Is   Elected
President Pro Tern
The proposed Trades and I.ahor Oounoil was duly formed by
the various labor bodies ul Iheir
meel ing ill Hie Cnrpenler's Hall
last nighl.    Mr. S. D. Macdonald,
nf ihe Typographical Uhlonwas
sieoled president, snd Mr. D. Me-
I.eun. of Hie  Carpenters'  Union,
���eorelsry- for the time being.
Messrs. J. O'Brien, W. O. Dennis
md   l. Bobbins    were appointed
ii   oommlllee   for   orgsniistton
work, and on Hie second Monday
in January, lhe emincil will meet
again to ndopt bylaws, constitution and eie'-i  permsnsnl  >.ffi-
BOrs for lhe year.
A vole of I hanks was passed lo
Mr  .1. C. Wallers,    of    Vlclorla,
President >>f ihe Dominion Tro-
,l,.�� Congress, for his labors in
bringing lhe Labor Council nil"
being.
Vanoouvor, Dec. io.���A con-
traol was awarded lasi week to
lhe Vancouver shipyard for a vessel for lhe Bkeena River thai will
not only bo thc llrsl of iis kind
l.uill here, l.ul is expected to be
hul the precursor of a considerable Heel. The vessel in question is an auxiliary sohooner, <n
feel over all by 16-fool beam and
is inlend...I for ihe rapidly developing halibul Ashing Industry
of ihe Bkeona Hiver.   The name
of lhe new vessel has nol been
decided on yet, but she is being
bull) for a Skeena syndicate.
Although schooner rigged, the
sail area of lhe vessel will be
comparatively small, as (be sail
will only be used iu case of a
breakdown of the engine, or for
liiying-lo while ber dories are
.ml. The total sail area i.s about
1,500 square fOCt, which in a vessel of that site can be carried in
almost any kind of a gale. The
power plant will be a Ihrce-cyl-
jnder, four-pyolo, 60-borsepowor
Wolverine, which is expooted lo
(live the vessel U speed of between
eight ami nine miles an hour.
To Carry 81 x Dories.
The sails on the fore ami main
masts will be of the Bermuda, or
leg-of-mutton, type, it being desirable lo avoid III.' use of a gall',
as In.Hi llie fore ami main liooins
will he employed for hoisting as
well as sail purposes. The boom
on lhe foremast will be used for
hoisting cargo from Lhe fore
liali'li, a winch being located forward for Ihut purpose, while lhe
Inn .in mi ih>' mainmast, when
lopped up. will a Hi i nl derrick facilities fm- hoisting lhc dories
aboard, or ihe latter six will be
carried, nested on ihe after deck.
Tin- cargo hold forward will be
divided into live compartments,
so arranged lhal Hie vessel can
lie trimmed to an even ked under
almost   any  conditions,  despite
ibe slipper ynslure of the cargo.
Comfortably Fitted.
The pilol house is located
aboul amidships, slightly welled
in below the deck. The engine
is installed umleriiealb a type
of construction that has given
splendid results in power yachts.
This allows  nm' mnn  coul nil of
Hie vessel iii iill limes while under
power. Comfortable quarters tor
a crew of iwelvo men are locatod
forward, which are a great Improvement ou those ill the old
scaling ami Ashing schooners.
aii an- n couple of slalorooms
for ihe captain, male and en-
gh r.   A commodious galley and
mess room are also provided
without affecting the vessel's
cargo space. Tho * construction
throughoul is ver) heavy, in order to willoliii.il any kin.I of
weather.
Ready in Three Months.
Messrs. Brower A MoBrydo, the
naval architects of Ihis oily, designed Hu- vessel, and lhe oon-
timtfi culls for Un- completion of
il within Hu  months. Completed an.l equipped, Ibe vessel
will cost over 110,000. Her behavior ami cosl of operation will
l.e closely noted with a \lew in
ordering ,-i number of other vessels of ihis type, as ii is believed
ihe halibul Ashorlos of Hie norlh
oiler a rich harvest  foi oiioiu-
Ically operated power sohooners
of tin- typo.
LADY QUELLED   SIR WILFRID
THEATRE PANIC     FOR LONDON
Leading Actress in Seattle The- That Laurier Will Sueceed Lord
atre Saved the Situation When Strathcona as Canadian High
Lois Theatre Caught Fire Last      Commissioner Is Announced on
Night.
(Special to Hully News.)
SoalllOi Dec. 10.���A panic al
lhe Lois Thcalre during Ibe perforata!  last nighl waa averted
Good Authority.
��� i'.in.nli.in  Press Despatch.)
Xew Y..rk. Dec. 10.���It is stntcd
hero ou excellent authority thut
Sir Wiifii.1 Laurier will undoubt-
WAS PRETTY AVIS LINNELL MURDERED
BY HERREVEREND EX-SWEETHEART?
This is tho Great Question That is Agitating the People of Boston
and Eastern States-���Sensational Trial to Open Jan. 15th
Or. Thompson Will Not Take His
Seat Till January.
Ottawa, Dec. III.���Alfred .1.
Thompson.M. P. for lhe Yukon
Territory, will probably uni lake
in- ..ni iu ilu- House i,uni January, nllli..nidi In- lui- now
reached Ottawa, a- the wrll for
the Yukon did iml arrive al lhe
-iimc Hun' as ihe member.
For Men.
Shaving Sels, Safety itazors,
shaving Mirrors, Shaving
Brushes, Strops��� nil uppropi-iuie
Christmas gifts for men ��� at
Keeley's Pharmacy. if
Pantorium
Phone I.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
SUN YAT SEN PRESIDENT
Is the Choice of the Revolution*
ary Convention in China.
(Canadian  Press Despatch.)
Boston, Dec. 111.���The trial of
Hev.   Clarence   V.   Itirlieson,   Hie
pastor   >.f   Emmanuel   Baptist
Church,   for  Ihe alleged   murder
of  bis  Jilted  sweetheart,  Avis
Linnell, promises to arouse as
illicit attention us lhe celebrated
Thaw trial. The millionaire pnr-
nis of Miss Edmonds, the young
woman whom lljclicson discarded
his girlish sweetheart in order to
marry, arc placing ample funds
al the young man's disposal in
order l<> clear liis name if possible.
Deleolives are scouring lhe
city heal um up evidence in Iheir
eiiori to conncol the purchase of
the deadly cyanide which Richeson is known lo have made a lew
hours liefore lhe young woman's
dciiil: wiih ihe mysterious poison
from which she suffered Instant
iieiiiii  iu  ibe bathroom  of her
boarding house.
Peeling runs very hitili over
the affair, ami ilu- ofllgy of llov.
.Mr. Richeson ha- alroad) been
hanged from a tree in ihe
grounds of his late ohuroh by
some who have assumed his mull
before   hearing   lhe   I rial.      The
trial is lived in open oii January
i ."iiii.
Tom and Jerry al the Savoy.
San l*'ran.-iseo, Dec. 10.���A
cable horo loda) -ays lhal Dr.
Sun  Yal  S.-n  has been OleOlOd SS
prcsldenl of ihe new Chinese republic b) lhe 'revolutions!-) convention -iiiuiR ai Nanking,
I'ree    doll    ltt    Ward's    C
Shop.    Walch the window.
indy
tf
UTTERED BOGUS
$15 CHEQUE
Man Bearing the Illustrious Name
of Mcintosh Faoes Trial for
Fraud This Afternoon���Admits
" the Fraud.
Sir Oharles Tupper's Illness.
London, Deo, ih. - special. ���
Sir Charles Tupper Is Slightly
easier lodny, bill not out of
danger yet.
for  holiday
.121
See Bwoder
tailoring,
Bros.
AWFUL DEATH HAVOC
Two More Dead BodlesAre Taken
From Train Wreck.
(Cntimlliin  Press  Despatch.)
Odt-ssa, Mum.. Dec. 10, Tho
lisl ni dead In lho Iraln wreck is
no wlwelve, iwo additional bodies
being   l vcri'tl   lule   ln-1    iiikIiI
oul i" pieces undor lho debris snd
iiniie unrecognizable,
aii kinds of musical Instruments ni .i. Bi Gray A sons', oih
sll i. tf
Inr  bavin  giillered  n cheque
im* -i'i against whioh he had no
fun.I- or account iu the Hank of
Ciiliiluerec, W. .1. MdntOSb was
iiii-  moriiiim-  <-��� iniin111������<-��� I  lo the
Count) Courl. lie appeared bo-
iiiie Judge Young at 2 p. in. for
election.    The "phoney" ohequo
wa- passed nl Hie Premier Hold,
Hi.- manager there, .Mr. Fred Heh-
ning, having cashed it unsuspectingly wlnn Ihe accused was intro-
duoed in him by a guest al the
holel. As sm.ii us the fruud was
discovered ihe police were in-
formed   and   Constable   Merrill
-ii del in plnciiifr bis man in
Inwn after u day's search.
Mofnlosh admitted passing lhe
cheque,
SMITH, NOT STEWART
Harry Smith Pays the Penalty of
His Stewart Fame.
Evor since Harry Smith left
lluperl Road and wen) to Slofart
i" liven things up, iin* name of
liefore soloollng ii piano sec lhe
Stanley al Qray's Jewelry Slore.
Cannot be bent for imie, quality
anil price.    Planus luiu'.l and repaired, tf
Avis Linnell  (In the centre) Willi her IWO girl chums who wui
In have
A
boon ber brldosmslds.
Welcome Bsek, George I
Alderman   George   Kerr   was
Imck   nl   his  seal   al   the  Council
Board lusi night, having recovered from his I't'i't'iil rallier serious  illness.
Slewarl and Smith, nnd Smith
and Stewart have become almost
synonomous, yesterday in wrii-
Ing a paragraph in haste about
ilu* Hue new   gents' furnishing
store Harry is opening nt the
corner <>f 8rd Avenue and 7fh St.,
by S Irlok of lhe mind, wc referred (.. him ns Harry Siowarl, ita���
stead of Harry Smith, of course
Mm knew who we meant, Ws hud
lo IiiiiuIi ourselves when the tnis-
inke wss pointed out this morning. In Ms way il was n sincere
tribute   I"   the  way  our   pioneer
ololhler lias Identified himself
wii lube northern town since he
migrated to Stewsrt,
Wurks are showing a large assortment of Howard railroad
walches. If
,'i 1
THE DAILY NEWS
Do You Need a Better Job?     Try the News Want Ad. Way.
Special Notice
A telegram received at the Arctic Studio announces increase
on Christmas Cut Flowers. The advance in Rupert will be
ns slight us possible but unavoidable. Anyone desiring to cancel their order will confer a favor on as if they do so at once.
The Arctic Studio
Phone Green 336
 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
K.      VV.     CAMERON DUmond Spec'iali.i
Select your goods for engraving early and avoid disappointment
���OOOOOOO
CHRISTMAS GOODS
FlIRNITUE   STORE   EOlt   GRAND   DISPLAY
We have received  them in great quantities and will display
something far exceeding any other attempt in Prince Rupert.
COMPLETE  HOUSK   FURNISHERS
F. W. HART
Entrance Thin! Door from Sixth
Street on Second Avenue
Hart Block
Xmas  Goods!
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy baskets and boxes
also a full line of
CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS  AND CRACKERS
Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
SEE   OUR    WINDOW
Williams & McMeekin
Helgerson Block - - Phone 56
A COLUMN OF
LOCAL JOTTINGS
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prince Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
Christmas Social.
The Scandinavian Society Valhalla of S. II. iV B, F. is making
preparations for an enjoyable
.social with dunce in K. of P. Hull
Saturday, Dec. 30lh, ul 8 p. in.
.M ii- it; by Cray's oroheslra.
Gentlemen 11.50; ladies free.
d16-23
iiniii'i'i Jennings, rou.I superintendent, has returned to itupert
afler a round of bis district,
Christmas Gifts In Ohina.
Keeley's elegant display of
hand painted China in wide
range of variety and price is attracting the Ghristmss shoppers,
tf
The C, P. II. .ilcuin.T Princess
Mary lefi for Hie soulb on Saturday nighl with passengers nnd
mail.
At  cost,
Wallace's,
toys,   dolls,
gnmos���
tf
It. preside ut the meeting of Se ���-
lion 2 properly owners lo be held
in Ihe oily police courl room tomorrow night.
Tb.-rc srrlved yesterday a large
shipment of Gut Glass, Hoyal
Hrown Derby China, hand painted
China uml tunny other beautiful
lines especially attractive and
appropriate for Xmas gifts. Call
at Wark's before you buy.       If
Christmas Oards.
Extraordinary   assortment   at
Keeley's. tf
City Counoil Tonight.
The City Counoil will meel lo-
iiirIiI, general business being
sobodulod wild in. particular subject of Importance i<> come up
except the opening of lenders for
lhe pipe lino within Hie city
limits,
Christmas dinner���friends invited, extra dishes, glasses, linen
needed,     Everything   in   these
lines.    Wallace's. tf
Camosun South.
The Camosun arrived on time
from Stewart yesterday and left
nl (I p. in. for Vancouver, culling
nl Ocean Fall! on the way. The
Camosun booked u fair passenger
list,
industrial Leoluror J, s. iiis-
cu.v .spoke in ihe Majestlo Theatre last nighl on lhe llieino of
"The Boarlet Woman."   The hail
wus  well  lllleil.
Pine lino of work baskets tilled
wiih candy. If you want a good
.mc you had better have it laid
aside. Christmas Blockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
Mayor WIII Be There.
Mayor   Mnnson   has   promised
WOMAN HEAVILY FINED
Austrian "Mary" Supplied Whisky
Without License���Pined $200.
An Austrian woman giving Ihs
inu.i of Mary, and accompanied
by a pretty little girl Of live or
six, pleaded guilly today to the
charge of having sold liquor
willioul n license. She was fined
1200 and costs.
One lli'inl/niun
to be sacrificed
Works.
Player   Piano
for   cash   al
tf
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"The News* Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THERE   ARE   NO   "DEAD   ONES"   HERE���
M-*-^Sf-^M^.
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CARS CRASH
DURING FOG
Two Instantly Killed, Many Injured in Kansas City This
Morning���Darkness and Fog
Caused   Disaster at  Crossing.
(Canadian Press Hcsimtrli.)
Kansas Cily, Dec. 18.���Two
persons were killed ami many injured this morning when two
trolley cars met al u crossing nnd
were badly wrecked in a fog. The
trolley men could nol pull up in
lime I., avert disaster, Flying
glass dealt   serious Injuries to
the faces ami heads of passengers
nn.l a number had limbs frao
lured.
BUILDING NEW
REGISTRY OFFICE
Men    at   Work   This    Morning
Cleaning   Site���Only   a   Tern
porary Shack Will Be Erected
Meantime.
I'r.
piinilions ure being made
Ibis morning for lhe erection
temporary oflloes for the Land
Registry department. A gang of
men started in clear up the
charred embers and stake oul Hit'
foundations <>f the new premises,
which will be ns Inexpensive and
temporary ss will serve the needs
of lhe officials until n new and
substantial permanonl building
can l.e erected.
It   is  believed   that   this   wi
commence in spring, bui whether
the site will be the snmc as thai
now occupied hy ilu- permanent
111111.1111).'- tr iml is iiiii settled vel.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractor*.' and Personal Bonds
Policies Written  Direct
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPAN V.
ivs     11., i -i* ��� nnd Rental*.
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Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
Wc refund your  money  If  we tlo  not
tearh ynu to dance fur the  price
of one   ti. '��� ri.
Wednesdays    And   Saturdays
in Soni of England Hall: at **** p.m.
LADIES  CORDIALLY INVITED
XMAS GIFTS
Tlie nasi appropriate ami mom
ai'in-i'ilali'il Xniaa giris arc usually
Found In ��* ii :i|.|.,.iiti, ,| jewelry
���IONS,
Today Wl have llic mti.t ttiinplcln
ailll    IMSI    il--"ll' 'I    -leer It    111    fit'l   llll'
glfls ever shown in Unpen.
Our Oul Ol... display In a Hurl My
one��� InrIniilvr, exclusive.
Then Iwii.l-tlccoraictl clilna makes
a tlalnly rciiii-ml.ranir. Wo have
Moorcrnfl anil  Hoyal  crown Derby.
Our Jtwalrg outclasses anyllilnir
RS have ever before shown, and In
all our ejpcrlcnri- wc never had
Inner Roods for lhe money.
Wark's
..THIRD AVENUE JEWELERS...
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For Rent
For Rent���Two roomed t-ttliin, cltue to McBride,
frcihly vapored and clean, only $10 per month,
H F. McRae A Co. t-f
roll RENT���Fiiriilsli.il roomi for gentlemen tinlv; best lie.nu.en and finest view
In lhc Olty,    1'h.iiit' llreen 338.    Modern
conveniences, usi-ssb
Insurance
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WEDDING WAS
A MERRY ONE
Miss   Sophie   Handenschlld   Becomes Bride of Mr. Tom Bai
linger on Saturday Evening-
Young Couple Well Known.
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlement.. We write every known clan of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Co.
Wanted
I
Wanted���General Servant.
Apply Mn. 1.. W. Patmore.
Other maid kept.
tf
Wanted to rent or leaie by drat of January, 6 or
6 roum modern house, close In. State terms to
Box 89.
Maternity nurae open for eniragement. Apply
Box 2169 Newa. tf
Wnnted. ��� Dresamaklnir. cleanlna: and prefls-
inir. repalrinir tor men antl women. Mra Charles
Percher, 820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red.     tf
WANTBD���YOUth    wllh    blMlBMI    collcRO
ii.ilium*  ti. learn n wholesale tia.ie in
nlllit*.     Apply,  Willi intrlli'lilitrs.   to box
IS, .News unite. ��811-2(13
MAIillV���Why remain lonely? The Ideal
Iniruiliii'ilon Club leads to happiness. A
sirletly private, high-class, up-to-date
im muni! fur properly Introducing worthy,
marriageable people of any nationality,
religion, age, or nii.iiiri.il condition.
Many people walling, rich and poor.
Particulars free. Plain, scaled envelope.
I. C. Wilson, li.ii 1770, Vancouver, n. C.
a GoodO*
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Christmas Givii
Therein more than one article here suitable for C���
ing that will
irlstmas
compel your inspection and assure your ,,\,nl,n
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
Loewe, B. B. B.'s own
make; Q. b. d. special
Peterson patent, moor-
schaum and calabash, oloar
cases, cigarette cases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders
pipe racks, smoking sets'
tobacco Jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
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Lost and Found
i-**. ..-*���_ .4.
l.osT��� In vii-uiiiy of Seal Cove on Sixth
ave., a prayer bonk sel in leather case,
kindly return lo .News onicc. sss-801
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For Sale
1
-I'uriiliiire
, cily.
for
-room   house
Stenographer
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Kastern stenofrrat-her of wide experience wants
position. Address "Slenoffrapher." 662 Cordova St.. Vancouver, B.C. t-f
Business Chances
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DON'T worry aboul rainy days. We do
family washing al -.'.'. pieces for one
dollar. Special carr given line ii.iiiii.i-.
Phone us.   pioaesr Steam Laundry.
28!'-100
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Garde of Prince Rupert, oe
cuputitin Minimi- Engineer, give notice that on the
i-tth riny of December. 1911,1 Intend to apply to
.he Water Commissioner at his ohlce In Prince
llupert for a license to Uke and use two cubic
feet 0C water per second froman unnamed stream
in the District of Cast Range .'.. Skeena Division.
1-1 mile east of the Tyee Station. Q.T.P. Ry.
The water Is to l-e uken from the stream about
one half mile above its outlet, and Is to be used
for developing power for a query situated at the
outlet of said n-k. along the Railway grade.
_. ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th, 1911. d-27
A popular wedding which took
place on Saturday night was that
of Miss Sophio Handenschild lo
Mr, Thomas llallinger, both well
known nmoiigst the youthful
"Old-timers" of the city. The
wedding wns solemnized by Rev.
VV. II. McLeod and took place at
the Baptist manse. After tho
ceremony lho young couplo was
esoorted lo Iheir residence on
Seventh avenue, whore a merry
gat boring wns hold, tho party of
friends who assembled including
.Mrs. Hiindeiiscbilil, mother of the
bride; Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Wish, with
their daughter, Miss Wish; Mr.
It. McCutoheon, Mr. F. McKinnon,
VV. J. Quinlan, F. Nicholls and
others, including tho bride's
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson were nmongst lho invited
gnosis nnd contributed to the list
of handsome presents, which included gifts from Mr. George Tite
and slafT, wiih whom the bridegroom is employed. It will be recalled that the bride's sister Hosa
wns recently bride at another
pretty wedding in lhc city.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes_$l,00 Up
All of the Leading Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
Call and see our select slock
of diamonds nnd gem rings. J. 8.
lirny & Sons' Jewelry Store.   If
SMALLPOX IM TORONTO
Bank Manager Sucoumbs to the
Outbreak of Disease.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Toronto, Pec. 18.���Smallpox
has broken out horo and ono
death occurred today. II was that
of Mr. Mi'Nnuglilnn, n well-known
I.nnk manager of tho city.
Beautiful "open slock" dinner
and lea sols���over a ton weight
of tbem just received direct from
England, Tasleful patterns, open slock, medium- prices. Wai
lace's. tf
NOTICS TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders will be received by lhc undersigned up in r, p. m. Monday, imii December, 1811, rnr llu- construction of a plank
roadway mi lhc norlh side or First avenue
between Seventh sired and lhc junciion
ur Hrsi and Second avenues.. Plana and
sprrllliallniis may be seen anil forms of
i.-nder nbiaiiieil at tho omce of Ibe City
Ingincer.
I.ow.-sl or any lender not necessarily
accepted,
IMINEST  A.  WOODS,
CHy Clerk.
WM.   MAHLON  DAVIS,
if City Engineer.
Shoes..
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
to i-t.NI> AVENUI .
rsxiNcz sonar
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agent.
Order, promptly Ml****..   Price, reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. RochesUr. Centre St.    Phona SB
ne m Eie w
We Pay Highest'Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Ruperl Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Fine View Corner
1 SECTION  TW
$2,250
���IN SECTION  TWO-
SNAP   -   $525 Each
I ...t.i 13, 14, 15, Block 28, Section 6
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Princa Ruperl, B.C.
Advertise in
The Daily News
THE WEATHER.
Twenty-four hours ending 5
a. in., Doc. 18: Dm-., 29.031; max.
temp., 15.0; min. temp., JO; rain,
1.05.
TRY   THE  "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
-STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT���
H. B. Campbell
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shows the way to furnish your home with quality and economy,
For Christmas Gifts what is more substantial and useful than a com.
fortable Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety of good
Dining Room Furniture,   Buffets,  China Cabinets,
Dining Tables and Chairs���leather scats
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or While.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,  Rope Portion, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
For Good Values io Carpels sod Regs ill sites, Now is Vour time lo Bur ?,-���
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GEO. D. TITE -   The Home Furnisher I
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Manicure Sets
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Military Brushes
Perfumes
Travelling Cits.*
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TOMDEITSD
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tukkday, December 19, 1911.
ATROCITIES WERE BY ARABS
THE CORRESPONDENTS SAY
BRITISH   AND  PARI8   PRES8   CORRESPONDENTS    EXONERATE
THE ITALIAN TROOPS FROM THE CHARGES OF INHUMAN CONDUCT AT TRIPOLI.
A new lisped nn lhe question
of lhe alleged Ilnliun nlrncities
in Tripoli is given by n group of
English und i.ther press correspondents who have issued n
signed message over Iheir names.
The message is as follows:
Th rrespondeiits whoso signatures    follow   witnessed    the
events ill Tripoli from October
i'JI to October .'10, und Ihey ulllrm
Ihnl lhe Italian soldiers havo nol
been guilty of the ulrocitios thoy
have  I n  accused of by some
newspapers; also lhal the executions  ordered   here  hnvc  been
bill   Ihe  necessary  repression  of
a prearranged revolt among the
Arabs, who had previously sub-
milled to the Italians. The undersigned alllrm furl her that
.Moslems perpetrated on Christian
prisoners and wounded atrocious
tortures and mutilations.
William P. Riley, correspondent London Daily Mail.
lieorge V. Hrown, lule correspondent of the London Daily
Telegraph.
Louis Andre, corrospondenl of
lhe Paris Matin.
Paul Tristan, correspondent of
Ibe Paris Press.
PRICES VARIED VERY GREATLY FOR
WORK OF CUTTING PIPE TRENCH
One Man Wanted $22 a Yard for Cutting Rock in Section 5��� Another Wanted $3
���City Engineers's Bids Were in the Midway Region -Most of the
Gangs Were Under Foreign Names
Tenders   were     opened   lasi
nighl. for lhe exenvnti f pipe
line within the cily limits for the
W Iwortli  water supply.  There
were fifty bids in all, including
that of the city engineer, for the
work which is divided into six
sections. Mosi of the tenderers
bid for nl least live mil of the six
sect ions, but some went in for
only one seel ion. The whole set
of tenderers Is referred lo the
eity engineer  for tabulation and
report by Thursday night's meeting.
Prices varied considerably,
from as high as $*:.*':.,.,r>ii por yartl
for rock iu seotlon .'.. to as low
as >-;i iu Hu. same section, und
$2.48 in seotlon l. Earth exoava-
lion prices varied from as high
as s.i por yard lo as low as 111
cents.
Following are the prices quoted  in   II ngincer's  bid,  which
oci'iipies n mid-way position in
relation lo the others, there be
ing a number of lower bids.
Seel ion inn.. oarlh, 11.15; rook,
SO.BO,   St-i-iiiiii Two, earth, 11.00,
rook, |8.    Seotlon Three, earth,
$1.00;    ruck,    $4.75,      Seotlon
mir, carlh    80o.;    rock, 81.75.
Seotlon   Five,  earth,  OOo.j   i k.
$5.00.   Section six. earth $2.00;
rock, $4.75.
of lho forty-nine othor tenderers, some Iblrly-sovon iml under
foreign sounding names as representative of station gangs of
from len men upwards.
EPIDEMIC OF ROBBERY AND
OF SUICIDE IN VANCOUVER
SANK   BURGLARS   SHOT   JAPANESE JANITOR AT NORTHERN
CROWN BANK THIS MORNING���THREE MEN COMMITTED
SUICIDE  WITH   POISON,   KNIFE AND REVOLVER.
Canadian Press Despatch.)
'"louver, Deo, 19.���A daring
Van
MYSTERY OF
Rev. Perolval Farrar, Objoct of
Royal Displeasure said to Have
Fled Disguised, to America, via
Franoe.
A MILLION FOR
THE UNIVERSITY
(Canadian Press Dcspalch.)
London. Dec. Ill���It is now
known llial the Rev. Percival
Farrar, whose sudden dismissal
caused u seiisalioli in court cu-
OleSi manage.I lo leave Kngl.iitd
secretly, nml made liis way lo
America disguised lo avoid ptih-
IIcily, Where hu is now is not
known, but bis wife rcccnlly \>s-
ilt-.il Saii.lriugham mid gave away
nil her private possessions. She
is likely In leave for lhe l'nited
Slates herself, as her hoine was
there originally, nnd her brolhor
llichar.l liar.ling Davis has btWn
anxious for her lo return wiih
him. Mrs. I ..i i.ii coiuiiitllllCiil.'d
Willi him when lho Kiifg's ple'na-
ure became known.
Legislature Will Pass Legislation
to Inaugurate the Provinolal
University at Point Grey.
(Special to Dally News.)
Victoria, Dec. IU.���Tho Legislature al Ihe forthcoming session will lie asked lo vole money
I.. Inaugurate the Provinolal 0n!��
versily and supplying a leaching
slalT and quarters. There is said
I., be a million dollars available
if necessary.
TO DEVELOP THE HALIBUT TRADE
New Type of Fishing Schooner is Now  Under Construction at
Vancouver Shipyards for a Skeena River Syndicate
Vancouver, Dec, 10.- Three
suicides occurred horo on Mon-
I day. A man named Swnii.��oii. n
Swede, poisoned himself. Btowarl
I Clarke, a traveler, eul in- Ihroal
wiih ii pen knife, am] I. ii. Clarke,
a iniiiiir. shol himself iu Stanley
Park, lh.- motive iii no case i.s
apparent.
lleaiitiful "open slock" dinner
ami lea sets -over a Ion weight
"f them jusi received direct from
Kngland,   Tasteful patterns, op-
'���n slook,   i Hum- prices. Wai
lace's. tf
Cadbury's Christmas Chocolates.
Cadbury's famous candies in a
large and van.-.I assortment and'
Christmas gifi boxes at Keeley's,
Srd and Oth, tf
LADY QUELLED
THEATRE PANIC
Christmas Rush.
Hig rush lo Keeley's for Perfumes iu fancy gifi packages,   tf
HIS DYING WISH
Paper decorations, tinsels, etc,
fur houses, stores, elc. Wallace's.
MALE TEACHER
IS APPOINTED
School Trustees Met Yesterday
for Final Business Before End
of Term���Appointed 8. W. A.
Oode as First Assistant.
9. W. A. Code, 11. A., principal
nf NanHimo Public Schools, w.i-
appoinled llrsl nssislnnl lo Principal Hunter here nl the in-cl ng
of the School lie.ai>l yesterday
afternoon, nnd out of lhe list of
applicants lhe see..nil choice wits
L. W. Code, II. A., ��f Vnnc��..n<v
Tho new nssislnnl lonelier bos
'aught for n number <>f years in
���he province He is a graduate uf
vfuenn's University, Kingston.
The outgoing board recommended lo Iheir aiiccessors nn
increase of salary lo Sinn per
month for the lady loaohers,
Misses     Mercer.     Millignn     and
Johnston. The school will close
on Thursday for Xmas vacation.
Al yesterday's hoard in. el ing
the Chairman. D <*. Stewart, in-
tlmal.'d his grnlillrati..ii at lhe
close of his term **t .-III." With
the harmoii*. which hnd prevailed
during thai term. C. V. Bennoll
similarly expressed himself. O. II.
Nelson, who remains on the board
ror another year.-cxprssssd the
hops that lho retiring membsrs
|,i< r.'-.-l'-'I'-d.
' Notlos
A mooting ��f lho rosi.le.ils of
fceMonS 5. 6. 7 and 8 will bS h-Id
In lh- Prcsl.yleri-.ii   ���'hur.-l.     all
������ Tuesday n-xl. I ..���.���ember inih.
���I | p..,.. Thomas Dunn, 0.11. ��a-
(l,,.nd\V.lM.ynrh��'M   address
,*���. nl.,eli���g.    The objects <f   he
.n.iH.lv      OwnSTS'    Association
JK folly ouUlnsd at Uwnissl-
ing. ,     ,,
Everyone   ihouro
Klexiiinn. *>'?>'���
ul xmss ��-i  *-*�����'��' P'l0Ml|w
Wark's.-   -
The Maharajah of Nepaul Wants
King's Trip to Go On.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Delhi, Dec. 10.���Tile Maharajah of .Nepaul, with whom llie
King wits going ou n shoot ing
I rip, hns died suddenly. Ilis Inst
wish was thai the lirilisli Monarch continue his journey, and
llie new u.t,ih will nccoiupiiny llic
King into (he jungle.
TO DEVELOP THE OOAL
Work   on   the   Groundhog   Ooal
Lands to Ba Started.
nllend.
2t
(Canadian Press Dcspalch.)
Haielton,   Dec   10.���Frank   A.
.lacks.ui,  whose  name  has  been
associated wiih  the (imundhog
coalfield since Ihe wonderful cool
messures of thai pnrt of the dis-
iriel llrsl nllractcil iilleiition, re-
luriied last Thursday from a trip
I.. Vancouver, wliilhei* be went to
make iirrangeuieiils for next season's dovelopmenl work on lho
large areas of coal lands controlled hy himself and bis associates.
Vancouver, Doc. 10.���A contract was awarded lasi week lo
lhe Vancouver shipyard for a vessel for lhc Skeena Hiver Ihnl will
mil only bo tho llrsl of its kind
built here, hul is expected lo bo
but lhe precursor of a considerable iieei. The vessel iii question Is au auxiliary schooner, 70
feci over all liy 10-fooi beam and
is Intended for the rapidly developing halibul lishing industry
of lhe Skeena Hiver. The name
of the new vessel has not been
decided mi yet, hut she is being
Mum for a Bkeena syndloate.
All hough schooner rigged, lhe
sail area of lhe vessel will be
comparatively small, ns the sail
will only he used in case of a
breakdown of ihe engine, or for
laylng-to while her dories are
out. The I..till sail area is aliout
1,500 square feel, which in a vessel of lhal size can he carried in
almost any kind of a gale. The
power plant will he a thr cyl-
Inder, four-cycle, 50-horsepowor
Wolverine, whioh Is expected lo
glVO the vessel a speed of between
eight and nine miles an hour.
To Carry Six Dories. | Un- vessel al all limes while under
The sails on lhe fore and mam I power. Coiufoi-lalile quarlers for
musts will he of lh.- Bermuda, or " ''<''"**���' "r twelve men are looalod
leg-of-mutton, lype, n being de- forward, which are a great im-
sirablo lo avoid tin- use of a galf, provomonl on those In lho old
as both ihe fore aud main booms scaling an.l lishing sohooners,
will he employed for hoisting as
well as sail purposes. The boom
on lhe foremast will In- used for
hoisting cargo from the fore
hatch, a winch lieing looated forward for lhal purpose, while the
hm.in   on   the  inainiiiiisi,  whonlthroughout Is verj heavy, In or-
l'i|.|.cl up, Will iiir..rd derrick fo-  der   lo   Withstand   :m>    k.o.l   ot
duties  for hoisting lho dories J wcalbcr.
SIR WILFRID
FOR LONDON
Ml   an-  a   couple  ������(   stalorooms
for ihe captain, mate and on-
i--ii r.  A commodious gallcj and
mesa   room   arc   also   provided
Wllllolll      llll'ecllllg      the      \ I'-.
cargo space.    Tho ��� construction
aboard. Of Ibe latter six will he
carried, nested on the after deck.
'I'll.* cargo liol.I furwiird will be
.In nle.I ml., lhe I'limpiirliiienls,
so arranged thai lho vessel eon
be Irlramed lo an even keel under
almost   .-my  condilionsi  despite
llu- slipper >iiallire of Iiii- cargo.
Comfortably Fitted.
The    pilot     house     is    localed
Ready in Three Months.
Messrs. Brewer .v. McBrydo, the
naval architects "f tins oily, designed ihe vessel, and lh n-
Iniel cull-, for lhe completion of
ii within tin  months. Completed and equipped, the vessel
will ooal over $10,000, Her bo-
bavinr ami cosl of operation will
he olosol) noted wllh a view i"
Leading Actress in Seattle Tho- That Laurier Will Succeed Lord
aire Saved the Situation When Strathcona  as Canadian   High
Lois Theatre Caughl Fire Last Commissioner Is Announced on
Night. Qood Authority.
aboul amidships, slightly welled ordering a number of othor vca-
in below the deck. Tlie engine I sels of tin- lype, as .1 .- believed
is  installed  underneath- a  lype! ihe halibul Dsherles of lho nortb
of construction lhal  has  given offer a rich harvest foi nom-
splondid results in power yachts. Icallj operated power s.-h. ers
I'ln..  allow- oue.man  control  of of tin- lype.
ispeclnl lu Dally News.)
Scuttle,  Dec.   10.���A   panic  al
ilu- Lois Theatre during lho performance lasi night was averted
only by ihe presei f mind of
ihe leading lady, who when the
smoke was rolling up from n lire
in the cafe below ca before lha
curtain ami lold the oTidienco lhal
ii was only from a flro in the
alley way. Tins quieted Unpeople, whn iii.*.| out in order.
'.���.in.ieli.it,  Press  Despatch.)
N.w York, D.-e. 10.���II is stated
ti.-i ii excellent authority thut
s.r Wilfrid Laurier will uiidoiibt-
e.n> ��u i Lord Blratboona t s
<ii.iu High i.i.minis.i r. Sir
Wilfrid iIhI uul ilc.ire in lake up
ibe ihe position Immediately after
'I lection, Inu ih.* railing health
of  Lord   Blralhcoua   m.ik.-s   the
I step   practical!)    certain   earl)
now,
YUKON M. P. DELAYED
Dr. Thompson Will Not Take His
Seat Till January.
Ottawa,     Dec.     10.���Alfred     .1.
Tl |.-..n.M.   P.   for  the   Yiiknii
Territory, will probably nol lake
Ill- seal III III.' House null! .1 tl 11 -
iinry, although In- has n..w
reached Ottawa, a- tbe writ for
ihe Yukon did nol arrive ni Ihe
���mo lime a- Hie member.
For Men.
shaving   Sets,   Safety   Itazors,
Shaving      .Mirers,      Shaving
Brushes, Strops���all appropriate
iliri-tmas gifts for men ��� at
Keeley's Pharmacy. If
WAS PRETTY AVIS LINNELL MURDERED
BY HER REVEREND EX-SWEETHEART?
This is tho Great Question That is Agitating the People of Boston
and Eastern States---Sensational Trial to Open Jan. 15th
Paul.ilium
PI   I.
Pioneer   Cleaners.
Gerhard HstnUman.
l-'or thirty days I-'rank D.
Kecley, llio exclusive agent for
this famous piano, will offer 10
per cent, discount on every
piano. If
Mr.
FORMED LABOR COUNOIL
8. D.   Macdonald   is   Eleoted
President Pro Tern
The proposed Trades and Labor Council was duly formed by
the various i-.i������ >>* bodies ai thslr
meeting in the Carpenter's Hull
in-i night. Mr. s. d. Uaodonald,
nf the Typographical Uhlonwas
DlOCled president, nml Mr. D. McLean, of the Carpenters' Union,
-ecrcliiiy.   for     Ihe     lime   being.
Mossrs. **, O'Brien, w. Q, Dennis
ami  J.   RobWnS     were   appointed
���   committee   for   organisation
work, and on lhe lOOOnd Monday
in January, the council will meet
in.,tin l.i adopt bylaws, conslilii-
Ij.itl and eleel pelllianeill officers for Hie ******.
,\ vols "f thanks was passed lo
Mr. .1. C. Waller-,    of   VlOlOrlS,
President of the Dominion Trades emigres-, for his labors in
bringing the Lsbor council Into
being.
(Canadian  I'ress Despatch.)
Boston,  Dec.  111.���The  ll'inl of
Hev.   Clarence   V.   Hieliesoli.   the
pastor   of   Emmanuel    Baptist
church, for ihe alleged murder
of his Jilted sweel heart, Avis
Linnell,   promises   lo   arouse   as
much attention as the oelebrsted
Thaw trial. The millionaire pnr-
euts of Miss Bdmands, ihe young
woman whom Riohoson discarded
his girlish sweclheari in order to
main, arc placing ample funds
at tin- young man's disposal In
order to cloar his mime if possible.
Detectives are scouring the
Oil) heating up evidence in Iheir
offorl I" connool lhe purchase of
Ihe deadly c.Mini.le which lliehc-
soii is known lo lime mini'' a few
hours liefore the young woman's
dcaih wiih ilu- mysterious poison
from which  she suffered instant
death  In  ih.- bathroom of her
boarding bouse,
Pooling  run*, ver)   iin.ii over
ilu- affair, ami n iiig> of Rev,
Mr. Richeson ha- slresd) been
hanged from a ires In tin'
grounds <if his late ohuroh by
-.uue win. have assumed hi- gmii
before hearing the trial. The
iiuii i- lived lo open on January
i.-.th.
Tom and Jerry ill the Savoy.
SUN YAT SEN PRESIDENT
Is the Choice of tho Revolutionary Convention in China.
Mm   i ranoiseo,   Dec.   19.   A
etiliie here loda)  says thai  Dr.
Sun  Sal   Sen  hit-  I u OleOlOd Us
president ol the new Cblnose republic io Un- rovolullonar) convention -ilium at Nanking.
UTTERED BOGUS
$15 CHEQUE
Man Bearing the Illustrious Name
of Mcintosh Faces Trial for
Fraud This Afternoon���Admits
the Fraud.
Proa   doll   nt   Ward's   Candy
Shop.    Wni.b the window,    if
Sir Oharles Tupper's Illness.
I,.Ul.bui,  Dec.   |H.        S| ml.
Sir   Churl.*-   Tupper   i��    slightly
easier   loday,   but   nol   out  of
danger >el.
se.- Sweder Bros. f..r holiday
tailoring, dti
AWFUL DEATH HAVOC
Two More Dead KodiesAre Taken
From Train Wreck.
Por bavin guttered a cheque
f..r $18 againsl which he Innl no
funds or account In the Bank of
Cmiii.-rce.   VV,  .1.   Miliil.'-li   was
Un- morning ooramllleod to the
Count) Court, lie sppcared be-
fore Judge Young si *.' p, m. for
elect ion. The "phoney" ohequs
was passed al the Premier Hotel,
ihe manager Ihore, Mr. Prod Henning, having ca-heil il UUUSpOOl-
uiglv when the BOCUSCd was intro-
du I i" Ii.m b)  a guest ul the
liolol. A- soon as llie fraud was
discovered   the   police   were   in-
formod   un.i   Constable   Merritt
���ncc led In placing his man  in
town afler a .lay's search.
Mcintosh admitted passing the
cheque.
SMITH, NOT STEWART
(CSBSdlSS  I're.s  DsSPStCh.)
...I.--...    Minn..    Dec.    10,      I'ln
list of dead In the train wreck i-
ii.i wtwelve, iwo additional bodies
lieing  recovered  lato  la-i  mgbi
.-ui to pit s under the debris ami
i|uiif unrecognisable,
Harry Smith Pays the Penalty of
His Stewart Fame.
All   kinds   of   inii-ii.'il   instruments at ,i. s. Gray .v sons', oih
-treet. If
liefore SOleOtlng n piano see the
Blsnle) ni Cray's Jewelry Store.
Cannot be boal for tone. Quality
snd pries, Pianos tuned snd rs-
paired, tr
III  llie.IIMllI-.
Wetoome Esok, George I
Alderman   Oeorgc   Kerr   was
lunk   al   hi-   seal   ill   llu-   Council
Board lasi nighl, having recov-
Bred from In- recent rattier serious Illness.
i ver since Harry   Smith   left
lluperl H..iiid and wcnl to Stewart
I*, liven things up. the mime of
siewarl ami Smith, nml Smith
ami Stewart have bSOOfflS almost
-. in ��� in 'im ni- Yostordsy in writ-
ini*  a  paragraph  in  hn-lc about
Ibe line new   genis' furnishing
-hue Harry  is opening    nt    the
corner of Srd Avenue nn.l 7th st.,
lo a link of lhe mind, we referred to him as Harry Stewart, instead of Hurry Smith, of course
. u knew whn we meant, Wo had
In IiiiiuIi ourselves when (lie mistake wu- pointed OUt this morning. In its way il was a sincere
tribute lo the way our pioneer
clothier tuts i.t.-mhi.mI himself
wll iiiii. northern town since he
migrated i" Stewart.
Winks arc showing n largo assortment of Howard railroad
watches. if .J**M.******* -ft-Mfc- -A^��.,.i--f|iiMn
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Tuesday. Dec 19
SUPPORT THE DRAMATIC SOCIETY.
Tomorrow night in tho Empress Theatre the curtain will
go up on the first performance of the Prinoe Rupert Dramatic
Society. II i.s an oci-asiuu Unit ovory citizen ought to make
u special effort to honor. For many weeks past the members havo boon rehearsing llio play, ami a very crodilublo performance is assured.
Here in Prinoe lluperl Where mosi of us have boon attracted
by the possibilities of making money, we are apt to neglect
the arts of life, lu forming a dramatic society the ladies and
gentlemen of the society are doing a good work.    Not only is
the work itself good, but lhe object of tomorrow's entertain-
nienl is an added reason for atteiulaiu-e. The proceeds of the
evening are to be devoted lo llie purchase of works for the
Public School library. A combination Of Iwo such excellent
causes oannol fail to Iill the house to its capacity for the open-
nig performance of the Prinoe Rupert Dramatic Society.
A  HINT FOR  PRINCE RUPERT.
Nothing is more encouraging iu the work of developing a
progressive program for the development of Prince Hupert
than to learn how other oities are achieving success. One of
the most encouraging reports i- that of II ity of Winnipeg,
which show how under u superintendent of construction some
$670,000 lias been saved the city from the prices for slreel
work asked by the contractors.
Mr. J. YV. Astley, the superintendent, shows thai the
tenders which he submitted to the city were very close to llio
actual cost of the work on which his lenders were accepted,
and that in only two eases the actual cost wns higher than liis
accepted lenders.
On asphalt Xo. l pavements, the total amount of the superintendent's lenders for which was -���* .20,021.41, there was
a reduction of 7 per cent, below the figure for the same work
in 1010.
The total amount of the superintendent's accepted lenders
for sewers was $0i,828.52, nnd the actual cost was 2 per rent,
below this amount. On block pavements the actual cost was 8
per cent, below (be tenders, which amounted lo 14,718.42.
The actual cost of water mains was 3$4 per cent, below lhe
lenders, which totaled $30,311 ..05. The lender for a gateway
to Armstrong's Point was $7,0:10.80, and lhe actual cost was
"> per cent. less. On bridges ami repairs lo bridges lenders
were accepted totaling $.,000, ami the actual cosl was 1*6 per
cent, lower. On buildings lhe actual cost was 1 *�� per cent,
above Ihe accepted lenders of $2,500. The city's department
of construction does nol make competitive lenders on plank
walks, Iml the estimated cosl was 5 per cent, above the lolal
actual cosl of $35,522. On nrlillciai walks the work was done
for 3 per cent, less than the accepted lenders of $10,485.50.
A suggestion of particular interest lo Prince Rupert is
contained in the statement of Mr. Aslley lhat n sum of $15,000
was saved lo the city of Winnipeg Inst year by the cily owning
and opernting its own gravel pit. Sixty thousand cubic yards
of gravel were handled during the season at a price of 50 cents
per cubic yard less than it could lie purchased for from contractors, and yet leaving a Sufficient murgiu of prollt to pay for
machinery us required.
Gravel is a material of which the eity of Prince Rupert will
require great quantities. Foresight would suggest the wisdom
of the city staking n few good gravel beds in thc district bc-
for thoy ore all gone. Aldennan Clayton in the early days of
the Council moved a resolution thai the Counoil slake some
coal lands. This was not adopted owing to the risk and uncertainty connected with coal sinkings and lhc expense of proving coal measures. Those objections do not apply lo the gravel,
of which the eity is bound lo become a large user in years lo
come.
Why not stoke a couple of gravel pits for the cily?
Empress Theatre
PRINCE RUPERT AMATEUR
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
-PRESENTS-
"OUR REflMENT
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20,1911
AT 8.15 P. M.
In Aid of Public School Library Fund
Seat Sale opens at Keeley's Monday December
18th  at  10 a. m.    Play produced ,by
Mr. L. Bullock-Webster
Tickets $1.00
Children 50c
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Christmas Dainties
FRESH    AND    SWEET
-$*"**��.>--'-...'''�����.. ���'-.<.-.��.
New Mincemeat, just like mother used to
make; it's   only 65c per quart.
We have just received a large shipment of
New Raisins, Currants, Figs, Nuts,
Table Raisins, Dates, Oranges, and
Chocolates.
Shop early and avoid disappointment.
Stalker & Wells
��-^*��-*^.H^.af^.l.^ll^->^>l^ll**-^IS*-**WSI****4fclH-*^lH*-^����***^4l
Corner Second Ave.    ���    and
McBride Street
ZZ^SX
MAY COME OUT
AT STEWART
Route Plans for the 0. N. II. Are
Filed With the Railway Commission at Ottawa���Surveys to
Start.
Ottawa, Doc. 19.���Tho tirst
mute plans for tho Canadian
Northern line into tho Peace River
country and across Northern
Hriiish Columbia have boon tiled
with tho Railway Commission
hero. Tho precise route now indicated may- not bo followed, as
many portions of tho route between lho Rookies and the coast
havo not yet boon explored. Preliminary surveys will be mado as
snon as possible, and tho actual
route will bo determined when tho
reports of tho engineers nre received.
Stewart, on Portland Canal, is
spoken of ns tho probable terminus of lhe road.
Tho company is also building
n line from Edmonton lo Fort
MoMurray. By tho end of thfs
year tho company hopes to have
the rails laid as far as Alhabasca
Landing, tho head of navigation.
Christmas vexatious problems easily solved  by Sloan & Company's Script
Sold for any amount, redeemable in merchandise.
Prince Rupert, b.c 191....
Sloan & Company, Limited
MERCHANDISE  SCRIPT
Deliver to	
 merchandise to the amount
of Dollars
100
SLOAN & COMPANY, LIMITED
SLOAN & COMPANY
Sixth Street
Christmas Hampers..
������
NO.   1��� "AT   HOME"
2 bolll.. P. A O. Scotch
1 bottl* 3 SUr Brand).
1 bottl* Port
2 bottl**  Oholc*  Cl.r.t
6 boltl**  B..r   (quart*)
ONLV   ��e
NO. 2���"FAWILV"
2 bolll** P. A O. Scotch
1 boltl* 3 SUr Brandy
2 bottl** Dry Oln
1 bottl* B..t Shtrry
1  boltl*  B..t Port
S bottl** 81. l.t.ph. Cl.r.t
ONLV  Sll
NO. S���"PRINOH DINNER"
1 boltl. Am.r Picon
2 bottl** Haul Baraao (quarta)
4 bolll** SI.  l.t .ph.  (quart*)
3 bottl.*  Sparkling  Mo..II.  (quart*)
1 bottl* 20-V.*r-Old  Brandy
1  bottla  V.llow  Ch*rtr*u��.
ONLV SIT
NO. 4��� "INTERNATIONAL"
1 boltl* latra Slurry
2 bottle. Chabll*
3 bottl** OhulMU Margaui
4 bottl** Champagn*
1  boltl* BB-V-ur-Old  Blaqult Brandy
1  boltl* Maraaklno
ONLV S2S.    (All quarta.)
NO.   B���"QERMAN   DINNER"
1 bottl* Oh.rrl** In Maraaklno
3 bottl** Llabfraumllch
6 bottl.a Sparkling Hock
1 bottl* 20-Y**r-6ld Brandy
1  bottl* Kirch
1   bottl* Kejmi-n.l
12  bottl..  B..r
ONLV SIS   (All quarta)
NO.  8���"COSMOPOLITAN"
1 boltl* Cocktail.
2 bottl.* P. A O. Scoloh
1  bottl. 20-V**r-Old Brandy
5 bottle. Al* or Stout
1 bottl* Slot Oln
1  bottl* Or**n  Ohartraut*  (pint)
ONLV S10.28
We have nol boon established 50 years, but wc can sell you
BB-year-oId Brandy. Remember, we have a complete assortment
of nil stnn.lard Liquors, and conlrol Iho exclusive agency for a
largo number of the Best Wines,Liquors and Liqueurs ever seen
in the Province. Wc buy direct from Europe and give you the
henefll of the middleman's profits.
10 per cent, discount on all bills   Over $6 until the end of the year.
Clarke Bros., Ltd. Mn.mBi.ck, Thy a��.�� Phone 39
Don't buy a watch before looking over
our stock. Ask the American railroad  man  his opinion of the ... .
J. S. Gray & Son, Jewelers,
WEBB C. BALL
Sol. Ainnti. W<< alio carry a full
lln. of Howard. Elgin., W.ltham..
Hamilton. Illitiiii*. Lernirlnr movement.
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a business   career you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
Nanaimo Business College
imMrEi^xW?!^
It is the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees are within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops the
Individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
in Niiiiainiii. The pupilB
arc away from the distractions of the larger cities   :
fD(t*'i(E!_
~ BSE*
Our ikotlhin-l corn incUn latin ia
The Ben Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Ofllce Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
IF
HISS IE
ll May Mean all the Difference Between Success and Failure to Yon
Ask at Daily News for our booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Perry, Principal Nanaimo, B.C.
�����^fc����^fc# 1 ***aa,ti *\a***
Favorite of the West.
No homo in this western ooun
try can well afford to be without
"The Family Herald and Weekly
Slar" of Montreal.   It is particularly useful   in western homes
Tho information it gives lo the
now   settlers   as   well   is   worth
hundreds of dollars a year.   It is
simply marvelous thc amount of
good    instructive    matter    that
paper  contains   each   week.     It
woll  deserves   il  success.    Ono
dollar cannot be betler invested
in western homes than by order
ing thai great paper.   A beauli
premium picture entitled "Home
Again" is also included, and il is
woll worth lho dollar alono.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby riven lhat an applies
linn will bo made to the Lcgislallvo As
.-> inl'i.v or lhe I'rovlnco or mulsh Columbia
al Its nejl session for an act aiin-iiilintr
s.'i'iiiin 3 of Ihe British Columbia k Alaska
Hallway Act, 1810 (Ch. tt. Statutes or
Hriusii Columbia, limn, by striking out
all the words arter thc word "Columbia"
In Line 10 of said Section and substituting
therefor the following:
"And or rrom Fort George In a norlh
easterly direction lo the valley or the
Parsnip Illver by way of Fori McLeod,
iii'in i* along lhc Parsnip Illver to a Junction wllh tho Peace River, thence along
Uie valley or tho Finlay River through
sirimi Pass, Ihenco down tbo stikcnc
Illver lo a Junction wltb thc main line al
Telegraph Creek; also powers to build
branch lines either through tbo Plae River
or Peace River passes to the eastern boundary of llrlllsli Columbia, or by way of
lhc most feasible route, or In lho alternative by Ihe most feasible route between
I viitm and T.'slin Lake, also to build from
a point on said line of railway to the city
nr Vancouver or from tbe City of Vancouver to a point on said line, by the most
r.'.-isiiile route."
And runner, ror an act extending the
time within which the company has to
commence construction and expend len per
cent or Us capitalization.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, Ibis Sth day of
December, 1911.
HOBKnTSON & HEISTEHMAN,
Solicitors for tho Applicants, tbe British
Columbia _ Alaska Hallway Company.
Department of the Naval Service
RADIOTILCORAPH SIRVIOI.
Scaled tenders, addressed lo ibe under-
signed, endorsed "Tender for Dwelling
House" and accompanied by a certMed
encque for to p.c. or Ihe amount of the
lender will he received up to noon on
. .'.'.'tuber 3isl, ion, ror the erection of
dwelling houses at tbe Government Wireless stations ai Prince Ruperl, Cape Lato
and Point Orey.
Plans and specincatlons may be seen at
I..i' .ollowing places:
The Government Wireless Stations at
Point -Orey, Cape Lato and Digby Island
Prince Rupert. Thc Postomccs at Vancouver, Nanaimo and Prince Ruperl
...o omco or tho District Superintendent,
Government Wireless Service, Victoria, and
ncpariment of tho Naval Service, Ottawa.
Unauthorized publication or this notice
win nol receive payment.
O. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of thc Naval Service,
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, November -iilli, Itll. St
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of Casslar
Take nollco lhat I, James T. Full.rion
of Vancouver, B. u��� occupallon engineering student, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands:
i "limn nriiiK at a post planted S3 chains
east or Naas River and 40 chains south of
pre-rmpllon No. 387 (SEC), thenco 10
chains norlh, thenco SI chains west, thenre
10 chains south, following the Naas Hlver:
tnence D8 chains east to point of commencement* containing 100 acres, moro
or less.
1. T. FULLERTON.
r, . .. r. ,      ��� n* H* Slewart, Agent.
Dated Prlnco Rupert, Dec. 11, let I.
Pub. Dec. 13.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast,
Rango 6.
Take notice thai I, Abraham H. Barber,
?L*J'*.W I,"per.*' u- **������ occupation miner
[ntMd I" apply for permission to purchase
lhe following described lands.*
. ������""""'���'icing at a post planted at the
southwest corner or a small Island about
tweniy-iive (86 chains north and two i.i
chains east of the northwest corner of I.ol
i.xih PSPJH '.Coasl District, Porcher
���,la'1'-'��hcI-.*-'-*1 following ***** shore Unc In
.���eA��SKS��!raft. ""'ccllon aboul twcniy
(80) chains lo tho norih end of the Island.
,','."!,'!! '" ?. """-Iiwoslorly direction slung
he shore lino about twenty (go) chains
ft ��* P��lni ��r commencement, holng an
moni oHsm,   ' llbo", forty <<0) **r09"
-n . _ m   '   ABRAHAM II. BARBER.
Dated Dec. Olh, 1811. -"">*���"���
Pub. Dec. 13.
Skeena  Land  District���District  or  Coast
_ llange s. '
N.Ko,n^!COc.,,h^cfup^oTSnr.,neArUrl,���1;en��dr
W UN? MM
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner or Lot 4181 henco soulh
40 chains, thenco west 40 chains ttanc?
north 40 chains, ihenco cast "o cbslnS tS
.Pc��Je., 0mforCe0o1r^nKmcn,' -��'���'"'"* ����0��
DAOOBERT AURIOL,
Date Nov. 10th,fri8dHE' C0W9"'A|rent'
Pub. Dec. 8.
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Procurable.
mi
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Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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V. F. G. UAMDI.E
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
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The
WEEKLY NEWS
It has all the news of the
week's progress in the
eit; 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.
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$2.50 per year $2.00
sffisissiSisssssEsiffiaeiSEOiaffiffisss
Birds' Catalogue
will assist In mnking your Christmas buying a success.
Send your nnmc nnd address nl once and get this free
shopprs' guide, from which you may soled in the quiet
of your home goods which represent tho standard of
fashion, excellence quality and finish. From Birks'
great slock of Jewelry, Silver, Cut Glass, Walohos,
Clocks, Lenlhcr floods, Art floods and Novelties you
may select lho most choice nml pleasing Christmas gifts.
Communicate with us al ..ncc and benefit by lho prices
of lhe importer and manufacturer.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
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MATHIEUS
SYR U P
OF TAR    /
mxCOO- [
LIVER OIL. V
Cures Coughs
Matl.ic.rs Syrup of Tar & Cod Liver Oil
|| a great Tonic and not only stops a cough
bur enables the system to throw it off.
There should be a bottle of it in every home.
Urge size bottle 3Jfc   Sold everywhere.
,,fc MATHU.0 CO.. in*      ���       SHERDROOKK
THE GIDDY GASOLINE
Oheerful Trip Yesterday Ended In
Woeful Homo-Coming.
The playful little ways of the
fi'.ilii'siinii. gasoline engine gave
W. G. Humlilu of the Customs de-
partment a good limo Sunday
afternoon and evening, when ho
went, forth un a launch trip with
11 friend. On llio way homo the
engine got disgruntled and
bucked. Then it gavo up tho
ghost altogether and tho trip
ended in a row home with blistered hands and many anathemas.
The parly landed at 2 a. m., wot
through.
To Inspeot Mine.
G. II. Naden will leave this woek
on a trip lo Alice Arm to inspect
his valuable milling property
there which is nuw being developed. When ho left there two
months ago Mr. Nation left a gang
of men building cabins, etc., preparatory to shaft sinking with a
view to drifting about Ihis time
lo roach the ledge, which is a
most promising one.
Herring Arrive.
Boats traversing the harbor in
the latter part of last week on-
some cases lho fish making tho
countered large herring shoals, in
waler "boil" with their rapid
movements. Tho launch Red
Maid has boon nolling for smal
herring for halibut bait.
The Color Line.
Willi the best of intentions the
Qovernmeni officials arc finding
it hard to employ while labor on
tho work of clearing Ihe silo of
Ihe burned Registry Otlice for tho
erection of the new building. As
fast ns tho whitest of white labor
tackles the work the worker be
comes black as a Christy min
slrol.
A SLAP FOR RUSSIA
Congress   Abrogates   the   Trade
Treaty as Protest.
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
Washington, Dec. 19.���President Taft yesterday abrogated thc
Russian trade treaty. II is expected lhal Congress will amend
the resolution lu make il less offensive lo Russia, though tho situation is delicate. The refusal
of Russia lo honor the passports
of American Jews hns caused the
split.
Dost room in town at Savoy.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnlahed and
Steam Heated Room*
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
W. H. Wright, Prsp       ro. NX 37
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Christmas
Gifts
in frcat variety are to be
found in our nuw cutulufue
������ postal card will bring *
copy to you.
Whether you lime "little
purse" or "hi|j purse" you
will find hundrcda of exclusive article* in it especially
appropriate lor Christmas-
tide Silt mtikiitei.
You run no risk whatever
in ohoosinj any article Irom
il, lor we guarantee the
quality, alio safe delivery,
and il you don't like your
���election, return it at our
expense and your money will
be immediately relunded.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
Caosda's Largest Jewelry House
as. Syr It, Pres.
Harry Ryrie, Stc.-Trea*,
134-136-138 Yonge St.   Q
TORONTO **
'���** THE COSY CORNER
IDEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take 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.
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Christmas and
New Year Sailings
s.s. Prince Rupert
Leave Princ* Hunan Thursday at S:S0
p. m., 0*c. 21*1 and 28th, arriving In Vsn-
cousar **rly Saturday morning, Dae. 23d
���nd 30th.
MAKE   VOUR  RESERVATIONS   EARLY
Phon* 260
SS. Prlncs John lor St*warl 10 a. m.,
D.c. 20th and 27th.
Prsssnt schsdul* will r*maln In *ff*ot
until abov* data*.
Bi-weekly train service to Vanarsdol.
Trains leave Prince Rupert at 1 p.m.
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Returning arrive Prince Rupert 4 p.m. on
Thursdays and Sundays.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago. The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged.. Full information and
tickets obtained from the offlce of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND FASSENGBR AGENT
PAPERHANGING
���AND���
HIGH CLASS
SIGN WORK
OUR SPECIALTIES
SILVERSIDES  BROS.
F.O. BOX 120 PHONE 156 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
FRED. STORK j
���General Hardware��� 1
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Builders' Hardware
Valves -_ Pipes      Oxford Stoves   ,
Graniteware       Tinware ���
A
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Process
Line
THE FIRST BOAT SOUTH
Princess May
Thursday, December 21st, at 9 ML
For Viotorla, Vancouver and Scuttle*
J. G. McNab General Agenl
W   L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over WeBtenhaver Bros.' Office.
II. Gurtlon Munro W. Nicholson Lalltjr
MUNRO & LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
A BRAVE WOMAN
Mrs. Anna Godfrey Donned Men's
Olothes to Support Children.
Mrs. Anna Godfrey nf Chicago,
*IH years old, Wife of n bed-ridden
husband nml mother nf four children, ibe youngest four years old,
dressed ill her husband's elnllies.
eul her Iluir nml walked l.'ll miles
to gel work ns u farmhand. Eight
hours  after  she  lefi   her alley
collage home she was found
in..ailing and exhausted on n
bench in fashionable Oak Park.
.In.lire J. II. Cavcrly, before
win un she was brought  for nills-
queradlng in male attire, discharged ber. "You are n brave
woman," he snid. "and deserve
praise rather Hum punishment
for .vour uct."
"I was able lo earn only a few
11."liars   a   week;   Unit   with   (lie
IS.S0 iny oldest boy earned barely kept us," saitl Mrs. Godfrey to
the Judge. "Then I told my husband Hint soni.'thing would have
to bo done, I decided lo got a
job on a truck (arm, thinking ibat
if I did well I could bring iho
family oul und Hint would be better for the children than lo May
in the alley. I didn't have a cent
of money, SO I Started out In walk.
For ten miles I went nlmig, resting when my foot gut sure and
lirod, and then starling uul
again."
WOMEN IN CHINA
They Are Starting to Share in the
Revolution, Too.
duslry, ami are lo be met wllh on
their way in tin factories, tho
markets or the fields wllh their
babies strapped onto their books.
No work seems Inn rough ur
heavy for iliein to undertake,
linn't forgot lhal you can tlml
n oomplolo line of Hand lings,
Suit    Case   t'liibiellas   will)    gold
tilled ami sterling silver handles.
Qray's Jewelry Slore, Prloes
right, tf
NUT PUDDING
This Is One That Will Please the
Men Folk.'
Four   ounces   of   (lour,   Iw
ounces of dripping, Iwo ounces of
sugar, one slewed apple, half ii
teaspoonful nf baking .*>...lu, Juioe
of a lemon, two ounces eaoh nl
ourranli and sultanas, an ounce
each nf ground almonds ami walnuts, nn egg, n little sail, a lnlil.*-
-I nfill of gooseberry jam. Mix
thoroughly, put in buttered basin
ami si.'am ful- three hours.
Crowded  for room���must  dis
continue   ..ur   toy   department;
everything in toys, dolls, games
elc, at cosl.    Wallace's. 11
If Hie women of Canada do nol
hurry up Iheir sisters in China
will li.-nl 1 lieiu iu the race for
suffrage. Liberty thrives On liberty, and the women of China are
following in llie steps of their
brother rebels. Several papers
edited   liy   Chines.'   wnineii   have
lately l n started.   Mra. Qhang,
lhe widow of ihe Chinese nlllriitl.
hns for ."im* years edited lhe
Pekin Woman's Paper, devoted
entirely to women's Interests, ihe
suffrnge movement in England
being   n   favorite   I..pic.     This
TWO KITCHEN HINTS
Qems of Knowledge from the Best
Housekeepers.
To Remove Grease from Kitoh-
eii Ranges���l>i|i a soft rag in
turpentine an.l rub until grease
disappears, the npolish in ordinary way.
To Sliirch While Lawn nnd
Muslin Minuses, Etc.���Tlie bosl
results are hnd by making Iml
waier starch   thin . then adding
two or llu li-nps of gum ambit*
nu.I stirring for a minute with nn
ordinary wox candle,   tron when
nearly dry.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law lltil In* Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Kunert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Hi it irele Columbia of I.e.. Ontario, Sss-
and Manitoba Hum. katchflu-an  snd Al*
berta Bars.
CARSS & BENNETT
BARRISTERS, NOTARIES, ETC.
Ofllc-a���Kxchanin- hlock, corner Third svenu. and
Sixth .trod. Frince Ituuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work n Specialty.
All elerrllll  ll| rr  r ;.| |, .n f skllfull**  trUSt'll.     Go. Still
locul atiH-.lht-U.-t. tidtnlnl.tered for tin- palnl.-.. extraction uf t.-.*tl.      Gnn.ultatlon free.     Offices:
ll.-lk-eTe.een  IlloCk.   1'lHleV  Ktlll.Tt. li-I2
Alex.M.Manson u.a.,     W.E.WIIIIiims,n.A., I..1..D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.(
p.:o. box ai
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*1 III   or WU. FOXt.N. MQ* A.R.A.U..  ION.. KNil
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life und Accident ln.ur-.mr.
CIS 3rd Avenue Phone US and .Ireen262
PRINCE HUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sta
What Is Your Family Worth?
If your family is worth th.- best
you can afford in house and fund
and clothes, is il not worth lhe
best reading as well? Ami I lubes I reading���best for buys and
girls, best for men and women���
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NO. S3
Meets in the Helgerson Block!
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
3. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK, See.
Savoy Hotel
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and Fulton Street.
Also stores In same block.
Two cntlag�� cort.er Second Avenue and
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We represent some ol the largest Com*
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Second Ave.
Phone 112
...Whites Portland Cement...
O. C EMMERSON
AQSNT
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ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
gifted lady wns trained and edu-
eille.l In   tier fill hor as if she had
been n Imy, nnd she I bus obtained
In power ..f observing oondillons
which   WOttld   have  lieen   impos-
[ sibie  for any ordinary Chinese
lady.
I   .The legal position of Hie Chin-
em1 woman is deplorable, mid is
'.no of ihe reasons why the movement for her greater freedom is
u.ilk ing lUOfa rapid growth, She
is SUbJeOl In llie three i.bedienres
- In her fnlher iu her rhildhnnd,
to her hiisbnii.l afler msrriSgS
and to her son in her widowhood.
When a Chiunmnii has only
daughters he says he has no
children. A girl's pnreiils dispose of her in msrrisge as Ihey
please     il   has  heel,  hitherto the
only cat r ..pen lo her���and ..lie
Ihen becomes the properly of Inr
husband.
Thoimh lhe Women of llie I..-I-
lor classes rarely meet men outside their own imm...linte circle,
Ihey lllll exercise n great lll-
lliieiice, nml in tine nf thi Chinese
encyclnpnedias ;t?0 bunks OUl of
1,028 are devilled |.. famous
wnineii. nnd eleven chapters denl
wiih Iheir kiit.wledge of literary
works.
The women of 111.' lower classes
work hard. They spin, make
clnlhes. slmes and iiu.st articles
for home needs. The) serve in
nlniiiMl   every  department  of in-
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Prepare for winter by getting your fnr-
naces and flues put in order by
C. H. CUTTING
fiKliul Osaw-r S.i-rp Addict..   !..> Hslal. ar
Phone 71
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES lei A SI t\. Mil. I.
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   SSS.
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HAYNER BROS.
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Of stories ah.no The Companion will print nearly .'100 in 1018,
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thrown in, ami coiiiiling the
glorious long serial stories, they
cost ilu' lubsoribsr less than n
cent spieoo,   Moreover, >ou win
look   long   before   you   will   lind
���lories sn varied nml Interesting;
Stories nf c .illness in llic face of
peril, strange adventures with
creatures of Hie  fnr.-sl  aud  the
sen; moving ilor.es of life's >.b-
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with K'.'xl-nnlurc.l humor, quaint
ami curious character sketches.
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Xmas  Goods I
JUST ARRIVED
A large assortment of chocolates in fancy boskets and boxes
also u full line of
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Choice New Season's Fruit and Nuts
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Helgerson Block
Phone 56
THE IDEAL FURNISHING
BOOT
AND
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HOUSE
Corlirs Coon Collars
Harry Smith
3rd & 7th
HART'S
Christmas : Goods
The Largest and Most Select Stock io (he Cily
We have fancy ile.-ornl.'.l C.lima from Japan, China,
Austria, Bohemia, Kruno., snd England. An especially
ales line of English dinner sets.
CUT GLASS direct from  European manufacturers.
PRESSED QLAS8 from tin- largest  house in Canada.
stoneware, crocks, jugs, bean pots, teapots, ole., from
Wisconsin. An BSOSllenl line of plnletl wore lo choose
from.
BASKETS in nil sites nn.I varieties.
LAMPS In light llie entire eity, from Iho most fancy In
Hie  cheapest  bedroom Inmp.
ENAMELWARE  loo  iiumi.|-oiis In ment ion.
OIL OLOTH anil linoleums.    There is where wo shine.
FURNITURE such ns fancy rockers from |2 to S20.
EASY CHAIRS from Sin up.    Couches  and  parlor suites.
Heed anil nil I nn chairs nn.l rockers.    Moils- ami bedding.    A large slock of ciirluiiis and drnporios,  loo.
��� '.linking and heating stoves and carpels.
EVERYTHING  IN  HOUSE FURNISHINGS AT THE
BIG  FURNITURE STORE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Entrance on Second Avenue.
Phone 82.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Kinployer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies  Written   Direct
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"The News" Classified Ads.
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'DEAD   ONES"   HERE���
A COLUMN OF
LOCAL JOTTINGS
Little Items of Personal Interest
About People and Things In
Prinoe Rupert That Are In the
Day's Happenings.
New Union Forming.
A c.oks' ami waiters' union is
to be formed in Ibe cily, ami a
meeting with ihat end in view will
lie held tonight in llie Carpenters'
llnll.
Christmas Social.
Tho Scandinavian Society Valhalla of S. ll. a K. x*\ is making
preparations for uu enjoyable
SOOlal witli dance in K. of P. Hall
Saturday, Dec. 30th, at 8 p. in.
.Music l.y Cray's orchestra,
i lent lemon $1.50; ladies free.
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For Rent
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For Ri-nt-Two roomed robin, closo lo McDrldo,
fro.hly ii-ip��ri-.l and clean, only 110 per month.
II  F. Mi'Un.e A Co. t-f
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Insurance
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every known class of
Insurance The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
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Wanted
Wanted-General Servant.
Apply Mi.**. L. W. Patmore.
Other maid kept.
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FreshFLOWERS
By S.S. Prince Rupert tomorrow a. in.
ARCTIC STUDIO,8fd ***** ^
Hull.*!- Uulld'K
Phone Green Kits
Maternity nurse  open   for onffsffement.
Box Hill. News.
There arrived yesterday a largo
shipment of Qui (..lass, Hoyal
Crown Derby China, hand painted
China anil many oilier beautiful
lines especially attractive and
appropriate fm- Xmas gifts. Call
al Wark's before you buy.      tf
Frightful Scheme
lu tin- MoHanigal .-nufessii.n,
parts of whioh were suppressed,
there exists n plan for the dynamiting Of the whole city of Los
Angeles, unit In eul nif the wnti'i'
supply so ns to hold tlie city up
until il sh..uld lie all unionised.
Christmas Cards.
Extraordinary   assoi-lmont   at
Keeley's. if
Hangman Berry Here
.lames   Berry, ex-hangman of
Greal Britain,   who   now   docs
evangelistic work,    is    stumping
Canada nl present.
r.hi-islnins dinner���friends in-
vlted, extra dishes, glasses, linen
ine.led. Everything in those
lines.    Wnllaco's. If
Hailstorm Yesterday.
a violent hailstorm pelted the
.-ily yesterday morning. During
lho height of the patter tho
waterfronl wns so well peppered
thai everyone scut I led fnr shelter.
Kino line of work baskets filled
with candy. If you waul a good
one you had bolter havo il laid
aside. Christmas stockings.
Ward's Candy Store. tf
Took the Hint.
A plankway is being const meted nt last along Hie business side
of Third aveini between First and
Knurlh sti Is.
Christmas Gifts in China.
Keeley's elegant display of
hand painted China fn wide
rango of variety nnd price is nt-
11.nn in.' llio Christ mas shoppers.
If
wanted���Experienced maid.   Mrs. f. s.
I   relit.      FlIIIIH-l'Stlll     |l|aCe. It'll   pill.II,���      II,'ll
sss. ir
Apply
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Wsnted.    -    Dressmaking, cleat-linn* and pr.--.s-
inir, reps.-'InK lor n-.en and women Mrs Charloti
Porcher. 820 Third Ave.   Phone 291 Rod.     tt
WANTED���Y.uilli Willi business rollcKO
ir.iiiiitii.- in i.-.iiii it wholesale untie m
i.niri'.    Apply,  wllh |e,ii'in'iil.ti���..   10 box
iii, News offlce. aso-son
.MAIillY -Why remain lonely? The Ideal
liiirntliii'tliin club loads to happiness. A
-uie iu* private, high-class, up-to-date
nn.limit lor properly Introducing worthy,
in.in'i.iki'iiI'Ii' people or any nationality
i.-ii-.-ie.il. aae, or financial eonditlon.
Min-,* people walllns. rich and poor
I'aiiiiiilars lice, plain, Boated envelope
I. C. Wilson, box 1770, Vancouvor. B. C
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There is more than one article
ing
icru suitable for,'
that will compel your Inspection and assure vi
Pipes and
Smokers'
Sundries
Lost and Found
J
lost* iii iii-mity <>r seal novo on sixth
live., a prayer book sol In lealher case
klinlly i. i .in to .News ofllre. 388-9111
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Foil
llo
For Sale
1
ruriilliire
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for
���'��� i*i nil ii   house
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Stenographer
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Kastern stenographer of witle experience wants
position. Address "Stenourapher." 662 Cordova St., Vancouver, B.C. t-f
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Business Chances
DON'T worry aboul rainy days. We di
r.iliillv Wisblnt ai J5 pieces for on.'
dollar. Special rare alven line naiincls
I'hi.no lis.   I'liiiu-er Meant Laundry.
tss-ioo
Water Notice
I. Alfred Christian Card* of Prince Rupert, occupstlon Mining Eniilnoer, rlv. notice that on the
28th day of December, ll'll. I Intend In apply to
the Water Commlsitoner st his ofllce in Prince
llupert for a license lo taka and usa two cubic
feet of water per second from an unnamed stream
In the Di.trict of Cast Rsnire 5, Skeens Division.
1-4 mils eaat of the Tyee .Station. G.T.P. Rv.
The water Is to be taken from the stream about
one half mile above Its outlet, and Is to be used
for developing power foraquary sltusted at the
outlet of ssid creek, .long the Railway -trade
ALFRED CHRISTIAN GARDE
Dated Nov. 28th. 1911. ,1-2;
Shoes
������
MADE AND
REPAIRED
JOHN CURRIE
SECOND AVCM I
PRINC! RrrERT
I |llhCA V'C CARTAGE and
LlllLMrtl J    STORAGE
C T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly AIM.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Roche.!... Centra SL    Phone Sn
Al  cost,
Wnllnre's.
toys,  dolls,
games���
If
Fire Hall Insurance.
One   i bun..'uul   dollars'   insurance has been placed on the now
lire hall Willi 0, D. Hand's agency,
nn.l another 11,000 with MoGaf-
fery A Gibbons. Hecomiiieiiiliitioii
wns nade Inst nighl iu Council
Dial a third sum nf si.mm be
provided for on the lire hall risk
wiili George Leek tt Oo.
Ono
lo bo
Wark s,
lli-inlr.nian
sacrificed
Player   Piano
for   cash    al
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Hall antl sec our select slock
of .hamuli.Is and gem rings. J. S.
Orgy & Sons' Jewelry Slore.   tf
ADMITS OWING $2,100
City engineer Reported on Morgan's Claim Laat Night.
According to tbo aslimsts of
ihe cily Engineer the sum of
92,100 is ilm' J. II. Morgan, con-
Iraclor, for grading work done if
lhe claim for liquidated damages
by llie cily lie abandoned. Tho
lengthy teller from Mr, Morgan,
OVsr  which   Alderman   Mnrrissev
contended the ..(tier evening, was
produced and rend. It embodies
claims   for   extra   work   besides
protesting against the domagn
claim. The matter is held nver
wailing reports on the other con-
lia.-lors' claims.
XMAS GIFTS
The mosi appropriate and most
aiiprerlnled Xmas gifts arc usually
round In well appointed jewelry
stores.
Today we have the most complete
and host assorted stock of glveablc
Sills ever shown In Ruperl.
Our Out Olass display Is a worthy
one���Inclusive, exclusive.
Then hond-dccoraicd china makes
ix tlalnly remembrance. Wc have
Mnnrrraft and Royal Crown Derby.
Our Jewelry outclasses anything
wc have, ever before shown, and In
all our experience wo never had
heller goods for the money.
Wark's
.THIRD AVENUE JEWELER8...
Learn to Dance
KING'S DANCING ACADEMY
We  refund  your  money  If  we  do  not
I'm I> you lo dance for the price
of one   ticket.
Wednesdays   and   Saturdays
In Sons of England Hall: at 8 p.m.
LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
n, seeilon I, ci,:."".    sunn
m.mih.i, ai 7 per rem.
block 7. -ecfllou I. *.-.'.:."n each;
K cash, bai. I, s, :i years al 7 per eenl.
Two lots, block SB, seeilon I, 15,000 pair;
',   cash,  bui.  c,   I-.',   is  in.null-,  ul   7
per cent.
Two lots, block 93, seeilon 5, 11,050; 1600
.toll, bill, 3, ti, U, IH in. en in-
TWO lots, block ���.'. scclion 5, (1,5(10. Equity
oitili.    Fine view lots.
..lie Inl, block
CUU, 3, 6, I
i'ln' Inl, block 38, Motion 5, 1535.    s*.''.'.*.
cash, bai. ��.'.0 every 3 months, at 7 per
coul.
nm* Int. block II, seeilon C, |3,950.    Hall
ettb, boi. 8, 13 months, at 7 per cent,
nm- Iiii. block  17, seeilon 7, |8UU.    I90U
cash. I.al. :i, o,  i*.  iiionlhs; wuh cabin.
niii< lul. block 1.1, section 7, |o50,    |300
casli, :l, ii, 13 months, al 7 per cent.
Tun lots, blork 17, scclion 7, si,..no  nne-
ilnnl cash, bai. I and 3 years, al 7 per
.'.'III.
Tun litis, block 13. scclion 7, (55U each.
'.��� cash. bai. i'., 13 mouihs.
Tun  I.iis.  block  II,  seeilon  7,  1050  each.
>, cash, ii.i1.1-.. 13, is months.
Tun lots,  block  I, seeilon  7, l.'.r.n each.
*4 cash, bai. o, It, i- months, ,n 7 per
eenl.
I'..nr lots, block 3, seeilon 7, 1.1,000.    tj
i.i-li.   bai.   t),   13.   18   inonlhs.     Large
corncr.
Three lets, block 37, scclion 7, |l,<tflil.    %
c.l.ll.  I1.1I    0,   13,   18   in. en Hi-,  at  7  per
rent.
Tun lOU, block 98. section 8. $1,000. One-
Muni cash, ii.ti. 1), 13, 18 inonlhs.   Corner.
Tun bits, block 38, seeilon 8, f85il.    **!>*)
cub, bai. ii. 19 iniinlhs.
Tun Inl.-.. block IU, secllnn 8, lion each.
��.'... cash, bai. (i.'i p.-r month,
live lots, block 10, scclion 8, 1375 each;
bat. 11.1 per iiiniiih.
FOR RENT.
Store, Miiiiid nvetuie al SUIh slreel.
FOR SULK. I
.,iluii with four rooms; cheap.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
WE BUY EVERYTHING
mg
' '-linn.. |*iv.
' ��� Mil tl mn,
Loewe, B. B. B.'s ovvn
make; q. b. d. ���ieota|
Peterson patent, meer-
sohaum and calabash, tigar
cases, cigarette oases, cigar
holders, cigarette holders,
pipe racks, smoking sets,
tobacco jars, ash trays, silver match boxes, etc.
Christmas Cigars in Gift Boxes $1.00 Up
All of tho Leading Tobuccos, Cigars anil
Cigarettes, both imported and domestic.
STORE   WITH   RED   FRONT���
B. Campbell
jgBS!B!BtGiB!6SB^^
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THE.
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Geo. D. Tite's
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shows the way to furnish your home with quality and sconomy.
For Christmas Gifta what is more substantial ami useful than a eo
fiiriiil.li- Chair, Rocker or Settee.   A choice variety ot gontl
Dining Room Furniture,  Buffets, China Cabinets,
Dining Table.-, and Chairs���leather seats
Wicker Chairs and Rockers from $5.50 to $8.50
Lace Curtains, latest designs, in Ecru or White.
Large range Tapestry Curtains,   Rope  Porticrs, Casement Cloths, Madras and Scrims.
For Good Values is Carpels and Rags ill sizes. Now is Your lime lo Boy
GEO. D. TITE -  The Home Furnisher ��
THIRD AVENUE,  I'llnSI   20 ;-';
We Pay Highest Prices
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,    Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
Christmas Needfuls for Holiday Enjoyment
Ebony Hand Mirror*
Manicure Set*
C H. ORME
Military Brushes
Perfumes
Trawl;
Toilet Waters
The
The Pioneer Druggist
Store
IW��U
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A Useful Christmas Present
. . . WILL BE A CONSTANT REMINDER OF THE GIVER. . .
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We list a few of our jroods that would prove
to your home or your friends.
very  acceptable
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Oarpet Sweepers
Bread Mixers
Sadirons
Carvers
Fish Carvers
Bread Knives
Rogers 1847 Outlery
Butcher Knives
Coffee Percolators
Niekel Plated Teapots
Scissors
Sugar Spoons
Embroidering Scissors
Gillette Safety Razors
Shaving Brushes
Razor Strops
Razor Hones
Nut Crackers
Ladles' Companions
Reading Lamps
Footballs
Punohing Bags
Boxing Gloves
Air Guns
.22 Calibre B'*1'"
Alarm Clocks
Skates
Boys' Axes
Pooket Knives.
Hunting Knives
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