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The Journal
$5.00
a year
Prince llup&ci lam
VOLUME 1.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C.   TUESDAY, DECEMBER  12, 1911.
Price, Five Cents.
NO. 19.
PRESENT CITY'S CASE
Evidence is Being Taken  in  Supreme
Court Sitting with Respect to
Contracting Dispute
Colonel Davis Is Now on the Witness
Stand—He Went by the Exact
Letter   of   the  Contract
The case of Watson vs City of
Prince Rupert is still before the Supreme Court. All day yesterday Mr.
Justice Clement was hearing the
city's side of the dispute. Colonel
Davis is now on the stand. He has
been examined by the city solicitor.
His cross-examination begins this
morning.
The first witness yesterday morning was C. P. Newcombe, the engineer in charge of the retaining wall
work of the city.
Examined by Mr. Peters, witness
said that according to his diary, on
May 9 or May 16, too much rock was
put by Mr. Watson upon the wall.
This happened many times. Sometimes rocks of three or four tons
was dumped. Witness said Mr. Watson was asked to dump the large
rock over the side for the wall and
to dump the small rock over the end.
Mr. Watson said he would. There
was a general plan for the retaining
wails and general specifications. Witness said that in 200 feet distance
where a retaining wall was situated
Watson got 500 cubic feet extra of
filling, including what was in the
wall but excluding what was in the
foundation. There was no delay to
Mr. Watson up to the time of strike
by reason of the retaining wall work,
The city's men were excavating for
the wall and were using the rock
already dumped on the ground.
After the strike the city workmen
resumed April 11. Watson had
started a little before that. Watson's dump was about ten feet ahead
of the wall when they started. He
was dumping over the end and part
of the rock fell into the dump, which
suited the retaining wall staff. This
continued for about a couple of
weeks. Watson then dumped both
over the end and over the side, by
request.
For a considerable time Watson
had a night shift on. He dumped on
over the side and over the end. Watson had not been asked to do this.
The city workmen were out working
at night on the wall.
Cross-examined, witness said he
had no authority over Watson in the
matter of providing material. He
requested Watson to dump large
rock for the walls. Watson promised to help them. He then moved
his tracks to the side of the fill
his trackmen to the side of the fill
so as to serve the men on the retaining wall.
Asked if he did not keep continually shifting the track nearer the
edge, witness said he would have
served the wallmen better if he had
not shifted it over so far.
Witness believed that Watson
would have found it advisable to
have a double line of tracks to have
made the fill by end dumping.
Witness denied that he had never
had experience on retaining walls.
He was asked if he had not asked
Mr. McMordie how to build these
walls.
Witness said he asked advice. No
engineer knew everything.
Witness had seen the city wall
(rang helping Watson's men to dump
cars sideways.
William Douglas, the owner of lots
on Second Avenue, was the next witness called. He lived on his lot.
Watson first dumped a log on the
lot, when he went to Watson and
told hime he would have to remove
anything he dumped on the lot. Watson paid no attention to him and he
saw Oakley and later Colonel Davis.
Nothing was done, and the rock continued on the lot. Witness then
saw Alderman Lynch, the chairman
of the Streets Committee at the
:ime. The trouble was then stopped.
Cross-examined, witness said he
knew nothing about the splitting of
the fill. He was now a foreman under the city.
In reply to the court, witness said
he had not put in a claim for damages from the city.
Charles Field, the next witness,
testified that he had been foreman
on the retaining wai! at the place
involved in the case, at the commencement. Witness did not think
that the building of the retaining
wall would cause the contractor inconvenience.     With   respect   to   the
side dump, witness said that Watson
dumped sideways at night, although
he had been asked by witness not
to dump at night. He had asked
him repeatedly not to do it, as it
broke down the wall.
Witness said Watson blamed the
night dumping on his brother, who
was in charge at night.
In moving the tracks a long length
was often shifted at one time. Sometimes the city men were called on to
help. In dumping the cars during
the day, often the city men helped
to dump the cars. The city men
would assist at times several times
a day.
He never knew Watson to be delayed by reason of the city men. He
was delayed by reason of his equipment not being good enough.    The
MANAGER OF WHARF
J. R. Beatty has Been Appointed  to
Position on the Government
Dock.
He  Will  Enter  Upon His Duties  at
Once, Having Charge of Building of the Sheds
SOLVE ROBBERIES
Regina, Dec. 11.—As a sequel
to a long series of robberies on
the C.P.R. which have occurred
here two switchmen have been
arrested. When their rooms
were searched a large quantity
of the stolen goods was discovered.
It is believed officials higher
up may be implicated in the
trouble.
cable was breaking and the cars ran
away, which caused delay.
Witness had used twenty-six sticks
of city powder to break up a rock
that went over the side on July the
12th.
His Lordship intimated that this
was a very suitable date for such a
display  of  fireworks.
Cross-examined by Mr. Williams,
witness said he never belonged to
the I. W. W. He had worked ten
years on railway work. He had
built up rap walls. He was a powder
man.
In the afternoon, Mr. Thompson,
a city foreman, testified that he had
measured every stick of lumber
taken from Watson's work.
Colonel Davis, city engineer, testified that the retaining walls of the
city, were dry built. They were permanent and had been built economically. Under all the circumstances,
they were the best that could be
done. The subject of retaining walls
had been discussed before the Watson contract was let. On account of
the expense the walls were not
built.
Questioned as to the plan upon
which he proceeded to make final
estimate, Colonel Davis said there
was an estimate of the quantities.
There had, as far as he knew, been
no dispute as to this. The witness
had allowed fourteen days extension
of time. He had deducted from
them 141 days, which did not include the time used in trimming the
cut. He had not exercised any discretionary power in the matter. He
followed the exact letter of the law
in deducting for 141 days. As a
matter of fact, he did not himself
believe there should be this deduction. In his experience he had seldom seen it exercised. He, however,
had followed exactly the terms of
the contract.
He had made deductions for the
Victoria, Dec. 11.—J. R. Beatty of
Prince Rupert was today appointed
to the management of the provincial
government dock. He is in the city
conferring with the deputy minister
of public works as to the administration of the undertaking. He leaves
in a day or two for Prince Rupert,
where he will assume control,' the
sheds being completed under his
charge.
Mr. Beatty, it has been recognized
for some time, would be the probable choice of the government for
this position. He has had a lot of
general experience in matters pertaining to the line of work which
will come under his charge. He is
a pioneer of Prince Rupert and for
many years after coming here engaged  in  the  transfer  business.
LARGE  MAJORITY
Sir James Whitney  Wins Pronounced
Victory in Ontario at Election
Yesterday.
Only    Twenty-Three    Liberals    Are
Elected in a House of 106 Members in Tluit Province
MANY LOST IN MINE TWO WARDS REMAIN
Explosion in Tennessee Colliery Results
in Death of Over One Hundred Miners.
Nineteen Bodies Have Now Been Rets-
covered—Remainder Believed
to  Ile  Dead
Toronto, Dpc, 11.—The government of Sir James Whitney was returned today by a huge majority.
With all returns in but eight, the
Liberals are shown to have made a
gain of six seats, making their total
representation 23 in a house of 106
members.
ANOTHER COLD STORAGE
The political orator will tell you
that it isn't every man who has a
fami'y tree that is qualified to take
the stump.
Mr. Davis, representing British capital, is in the city for the
purpose of starting work upon
a cold storage plant at Hays-
port, opposite Port Essington.
The details of the propositions
have to some extent to be worked out yet but Mr. Davis intends
to begin without delay the
plant.
A force of men will be employed and supplies have already
been ordered. It will be devot-
to the fishing industry. Sufficient capital to provide for very
extensive works is reported to
he behind the scheme.
Bryceville, Tenn., Dec. 11.—A terrible disaster in the Cross Mountain
coal mine resulted from an explosion
of gas following the starting up of
the shift on Saturday. Three men
have escaped from about 125 who
entered.
Nineteen bodies have been taken
from the mine by rescue parties. It
is believed a hundred or more still
remaining in the tunnels have also
perished.
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TO   SAN  QLENTIN
Majority of Council Decide Against the
Proposed Change to Three
Divisions.
A Few Members of the Conned] Saw
in It  Dire Plot to Work All
Kinds of Evil
At the City Council last night Alderman -\ewton was in his place,
as lie explained later In the evening,
to take part in killing tlie proposed
ward bylaw. The indemnity bylaw
also came  up  last  night,  fixing  the
RISH1XG  G.  T.   P.
McNamaras Have Been Taken to the
Penitentiary  to  Serve
Long Sentences
Los Angeles, Dec. 11.—Manacled
together, the McNamara brothers
were taken yesterday afternoon from
the jail to start on the 500 mile
journey to San Quentin penitentiary,
where they are to serve their terms.
Except for a few newspaper men,
their going was unknown. They
were taken in an automobile from
the jail.
* Vancouver, Dec.  11,—By Oc- *
* tober of next year the main line *
* of the G. T. P, will be completed *
* and   in   operation   from   Prince *
* Rupert   to   Bulkley   Summit,   a *
* distance    of    300    miles    from *
* Prince Rupert, according to the *
* statement of Duncan Ross, who •
* arrived    from    the    north    this *
* omrning. *
remuneration of the members of the
council, and passed.
A petition was read protesting
against the proposed change in the
wards.
Alderman Morrissey said that he
was opposed to the proposed change.
Alderman Newton said that he had
a petition from ninety-nine citizens
asking that he take his place at the
council board. That was the only
reason why he was present—to add
s assistance to defeat the proposed
bylaw.
• The city engineer recommended
the employment permanently of Mr.
Mason as waterworks engineer at a
salary of $225 a month.
Alderman Morrissey thought there
was no evidence of retrenchment by
this. Mr. Lucas was absent and the
council proceeded to appoint another
man in his place. He did not believe in this.
Alderman Clayton iiad a great
deal of faith in Alderman .Morrissey's sincerity. Ile was, however,
misinformed on the question. There
was no attempt, to supplant Mr. Lucas. The employment of a competent man was a matter of retrenchment. In Mr. Mason, they proposed
to employ a man who would have
charge of the waterworks end.
Alderman Douglas wanted to know
why Mr. Mason should get $2', a
month  more than  Mr.  Lucas.
Alderman Clayton said Mr. Mason
was a man of wide experience in
municipal affairs and his services
would be very valuable to the city.
Alderman Hilditch said Mr. Mason
was a construction man. He was
engaged to do the construction work
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A GREAT REFORM
India will Receive Concession at Hands
of its new Emperor
Tomorrow.
King   George  is  Receiving  Homage
of His Indian People
at Delhi
Delhi, Dec. 11. — The King presented colors to three British and
two native regiments here this afternoon. He also witnesses the final
polo tournament given in nls honor.
The actual proclamation of the
King as Emperor of India will take
place tomorrow. His MajeBty will
announce some great reform on that
occasion but what it is the public
has had no intimation as yet.
The hulk St. James reached port
this morning from Bellingham with
a cargo of lumber for Foley, Welch
& Stewart to be used in construction work. The lumber Is all rough
and is therefore not dutiable.
Assessment of Local Improvements Section One-Grading, Etc.
TAKE NOTICE that the Corporation of the City of Prince Rupert intend to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw for each of the
undermentioned streets, assessing upon the properties in the schedule hereinafter mentioned, the sums of money for the length of time set
opposite each said lots, as follows:-—
FIFTY  YEAR LOAN  WITH  INTEREST AT FOUR AM) ONE HALF PER (EXT.
Estimated   Total   Cost,   $(100,000.00.
Amount to be raised on Assessable  Area, $300,000.00
Total  Assessable  Area,  3,056,269.29 square feet.
Total Rate per square foot,  $0.098159.
Amount to be raised yearly on  Assessable Area, $15,790.11.
Yearly rate per square foot, $.00516 646.
Amount to be raised  on Assessed  Value,  $300,000.00.
Amount to be raised Yearly on Assessed Value, $16,790.11.
Total   Assessed  Value  as  per Assessment  Roll,  $5,374,000.00   (changing
yearly).
Rate on  Assessed Value,  1911  Roll, .002938  Mills  I changing yearly).
•SECTION 1.
Name of Owner.
Lynch, Wm. P. & John	
Pattullo, T. D	
Pattullo,  T.  D	
Couture, Alice   	
Couture, Alice   	
Leduc,  J.  C	
Leduc, J. C	
Besner, Oiler & Fanny  	
Besner, Oiler & Fanny  	
Corrall,  Joseph   	
Palmer, P. I	
Hansen, Louis   	
McAulay,   Wm	
Magar, Geo	
Magar, Geo	
Scolt, Geo. D	
Scott,  Geo.  D	
Camossl, S., & Bregolise, Ilaldo
Camossi, S., & Bregolise,  Baldo
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
Denholm,   Wm	
Denholm,   Wm	
Lamarre, G	
Lamarre,   G	
Camozzi,  Severino   	
Camozzi, Severino   	
Niebuhr,   Carl   	
Niebuhr, Carl 	
Mcintosh,  Mary J	
Mcintosh, Mary J	
Besner, Olier & Fanny  	
Besner, Olier & Fanny	
Arney,  Wm	
Arney,  Wm	
Delasala, Francis 	
Delasala, Francis  	
Kay,   John   B	
Kay, John B	
Kimball, Lester  	
Le Trace, E. C	
Le Trace, E. C	
Hartley,  Geo.  C	
Hartley,  Geo.  0	
Ramsay, James   	
Ramsay,  James  	
Ramsay,  James   	
Ramsay, James   	
Ramsay,  James   	
Trimm,   G.   F	
Booth,  Edith  M	
Bacon, James H	
Bacon, James H	
Thomson,  James   	
Thomson,  James   	
Thomson, James   	
Thomson,  James   	
Mcintosh, Robert L	
Mcintosh, Robert L	
Naden,  Geo. R	
Naden,  Geo.  R	
Naden, Geo.  R	
Palmer. P. I	
Palmer, P. I	
Palmer, P. I	
Patterson   Dr. F. P	
Patterson, Dr. F. P	
Ross, Amos	
Ross,   Amos   	
Manson,  Alfred   	
Manson,   Alfred   	
Rogers,  W.  0	
Rogers, W. O	
Walker, Thomas W	
Leek, George  	
Trimm, G. F	
Trimm, G. F	
Trimm,   G.   V	
Sargaent, W. J	
Ross,  John  B	
Ross,  John  B	
Morris,  W.  D	
Morris, W. D	
Hampton,   Jas	
Hampton, Jas	
Hampton, Jas	
Irwin, J.  C	
Irwin, J.  C	
Irwin, J.  C	
Albert, Mitchell, & Davey, Robert	
Albert, Mitchell, & Davey, Robert  . . .
Brown, Albert L	
McLeod    Mary A	
Ellis, Miss Edith  	
Hegerty,  James  	
Lorenzen, Peter  	
Lorenzen, Peter  	
Stephens, M. M., & Halsey, J. C	
Stephens, M. M., & Halsey, J. C.	
Stevens   George  	
Stevens, George  	
Maxwell,   Clifton   	
Maxwell,   Clifton   	
Roden   George  	
McLeod, Malcolm G	
Thorseh, Alfous  	
Thorsch, Alfous '.	
Lynch, John M	
Lynch, John M	
Lynch, John SI	
Douglas,   Wm	
Clancy, J.  M	
Gillespie,   John   	
Gillespie,   John   	
Gillespie,   John   	
Brown,   Gilbert   	
Brown, Donald  	
Brown,   John   	
Bennett,  Chas.  V	
Bennett   Chas. V	
Bennett,  Chas. V	
Helm, Herman  	
Bulchak,  John   	
Trimm, G. F	
Bacon,   James   H	
Ross,   Robert   	
Ross,   Robert   	
Marr, Anna R	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F	
Little, A.  C, & Stewart, A. M	
Little, A. C, & Stewart, A. SI	
Little, A. C, and Stewart, A. M	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F	
SlcNeill, Dr. Neil Sl	
McNeill, Dr. Neil Si	
Nicol,  J.   U	
JeJlqoI, J. U	
Snflth,  James A	
Panvini, F	
Wong, Cheu  	
McFarlane, J. W	
McFarlane  J. W	
Vickers,   Lucy   	
Stephens, M. M., & Halsey, J. C	
Smith, H. McB	
Smith,  H.  McB	
Wooley,  H.  G	
Wooley,   H.  G	
Hall,  Sirs.   Dr	
Hall,  Mrs.  Grace G	
Westenhaver, Chas. C	
Yeo,   Edwin   	
Yeo,   Edwin   	
Basso-Bert, 0	
Turner   Henry W	
Basso-Bert, v	
Timmlns, Sirs. .1. C	
Tlmmlns, Mrs. .1. C	
Timmlns, Mrs. J. C	
Clements,  F.  S	
Clements,  F. S	
Clements,  F. S	
Couture,  Alice   	
Broderick,  A.  T	
North Western Loan & Inv. Co	
North  Western Loan & Inv. Co	
Brown,  Austin  Sl	
Cockshutt, Frank 	
CocKshutt,   Frank   	
White,  Geo.   B	
Kelly, Wilfred  (Estate)   	
Viereck, K. G., & Kelly, Wllfd. (Estate)
Viereck, J.  G	
McLeod, Malcolm 	
McEachern, E	
Chisholm,  J.  J	
Dunn, Hugh M	
Smith, J.  F	
Ferguson,  Dr.  R.  D	
Garlepy,  D., & E	
Fuller,   F.   J	
Fuller, F. J	
Hamilton,  Harry   	
Kerr,  W.  B	
Woodworth,  Ernest  	
Smith, Kenneth  	
Sargeant, W. J	
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J. W. SHIRLEY
Locator, Timber Cruiser, Valuator
P.  O.  Box  003
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Choice Nursery Stock for sale.
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ENGINEER
Re-inforced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271
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Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations on Coal, Metals, Oil.
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CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
reserve existing over Crown lands on
the Morrice River, Range I, Coast
District, notice of which bearing date
of May 5th, 1910, was published In
the Br'tish Columbia Gaiette of May
6th, 1910, is cancelled in so far M
it relates to the lands surveyed as
Lots 3881, 3882, 3888, 3884, 3886,
3886, 3887, 3888, 3889, 38(0, 8891,
3892, 3893, 3894, 3896, 389C, 8887,
8898, 3899, 3900, 3901, 3908, 8*01,
3904, 3906, 3906, 3907, 3808,, 8901,
and 3910.
ROBERT A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Department of Lands, Victoria, B. C.
September 12, 1911. s22-d22
The Thompson
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Paints. General Hardware,
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LIQUOR ACT, 1010
Section 35
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the 28 th day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial police for the
grant of a licence for the sale of
liquor by retail in and upon the
premises to be known as "The Kit-
sumKalum Hotel " situate at Kitsumkalum, upon the lands described as
Lot 1 of subdivision of Lot 1745,
Range 6, Coast District.
Dated this 25th day of November,
1911.
SAMUEL £. WEEKS,
n26 Applicant.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1. Price
85,000; one-fourth cash, balance
6, 12, 18 months at 7 per cent.
Three lots, Block 7, Section 1. Price
$2,600 each; one-fourth cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per
cent.
One lot. Bloc 28, Section 5. Price
8526, |225 cash, balance 850 every three  months at  7  per  cent.
Two lots, block 22 Section 7. Price
8600 each; half cash, balance
easy.
Lot 9, Block 2, Section 7, with 4-
room house. Price 81,837, 8600
cash, balance  830 per month.
Double corner, Block 4, Section 8.
Price 8800; one-fourth cash, balance 6,-12 and 18 months at 7
per cent.
Lots in Block 11, Section 8. Price
8300 825 cash, balance 810 per
month.
Lots in Block 10, Section 8. Price
8276 each, 825 cash, balance 826
per month.
Leases
Ninety-nine year lease. Corner Second. Avenue and Sixth street.
99-year lease corner Third Avenue
and Fulton Street; 8 per cent,
on valuation.
For Rent
Cabin near Government Dock, $6
and ground rent to G. T. P.
Stores   on   Second  Avenue.
We invite your listings. We advertise in many papers and in
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COURT OF REVISION
TAKE NOTICE that the Court of
Revision to hear and determine complaints against the Voters' List for
the year 1912 will sit at the City
Hall at 10:30 a. m. December 11,
1911. The Mayor, with Aldermen
Hilditch and Clayton, will constitute
the said Court of Revision.
ERNEST A  WOODS,
City Clerk.
TENDERS WANTED
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up till 6 p.m., December 14, 1911, for the excavation
for water-pipe as shown on plan and
profile, which together with full Information and form of tender, can
be obtained from the City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk.
WM. MAHLON DAVIS,
City Engineer.      d5-6
For Neat Job Printing
see the Journal Man
Tel. 138
In the county Court of Atlin, Holden
at Prince Rupert, in the Matter of*
the  Official  Administrator's   Act,
And
In the Matter of the Estate of Dominico Coletti, Deceased, Intestate.
TAKE NOTICE that by Order of
His Honour Judge Young, made the*
21st day of November, 1911, I was*
appointed  Official Administrator of
the Estate of Dominico Colletti   deceased, Intestate.    All parties having
claims   against the said Estate are
hereby required to forward same to
me properly  verified,  on  or  befdre   ►
the   15th   day   of   December,   1911.
And all parties Indebted to the said
Estate   are    required    to    pay    the
amount of their Indebtedness to me
forthwith.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B. C, this
24th day of November, 1911.
J. H. McMULLIN,
Official  Administrator.
By His Solicitors, Carss & Bennett.
n26-30
In the County Court of Atlin, Holden
at Prince Rupert in the Matter of
the Official Administrator's Act
And
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
Hallerhan, Deceased, Intestate.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Honour Judge Young, made the
17th day of November, 1911, I was
appointed administrator of the estate
of Joseph Hallerhan deceased, and
all parties having claims against the
said estate are hereby required to
forward same properly verified to
me on or before the 18th day of
December, 1911; and all parties indebted to the said estate are required
to pay the amount of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated the 25th day of November,
1911.
JOHN  HUGH  McMULLIN,
Official  Administrator. as
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Hunter, A. M  7
Gllmore, James E  7
Mitchell, E. C/  7
Mitchell, E. C  7
Cameron  Sol     7
, Cameron, Sol     7
Walsh, James  8
Walsh, James  8
Walsh,  James  8
Brandt, Alfred 0  8
Brandt, Alfred 0  8
Kydd, John     8
Kydd, John   8
Booth, William  8
Fuller,  F.   J  8
Peyton, D. M  8
Kydd, W. J  8
Scoffey, F. E  8
Laycock, Rev. E. P  8
Orde, G. D., & Bell, W. H  8
Orde, G. D., & Bell, W. H  8
Orde, G. D., & Bell, W. H  8
Orde G. D., & Bell, W. H  8
Orde, G. D., & Bell, W. H  8
Harrison,   E.   D  8
Harrison,  E.  D  8
Harrison, E. D  8
Jones, Geo. J  8
Wllby, Wm  8
Vickers, Wm. H  8
Muir, John N  8
Mussallem,   Sarah,  Annie  Naj'eez,   &
Solomon      8
Mussallem,   Sarah,  Annie  Naj'eez,   &
Solomon     8
Jabour, James  8
Rosseau,   Joseph  9
Rosseau,   Joseph    9
Rosseau, Joseph    9
Smith, F. J  9
Lomas, James  9
Bondeaux,  Maurice     9
Sequin, Jules     9
Peppett, J. W  9
Peppett,  J.   W  9
Silver, Lena     9
Silver, Lena     9
Broderius, David     9
Broderius, David     9
Bondeaux,  Maurice     9
Bondeaux,  Maurice     9
Bondeaux,  Slaurice     9
White, R. A  9
White, R. A  9
White,  R.  A  9
Blackwood, Benjamin    9
Blackwood, Benjamin    9
Bulchak, John     9
Barbeau, Louis  9
Roberts, G. A  9
Jabour, James & Daniel    9
Jabour, James & Daniel    9
Sutherland, A. Geo  9
Renz, Eugene T  9
White, R. A  9
Black,  Peter     9
Black, Peter    9
Black, Peter    9
Walsh, Edward J  10
Walsh, Edward J  10
Walsh, Edward J  10
Allan, John, and Tyson, Ralph    10
Allan, John, & Tyson, Ralph    10
Laplaca,  Liborla     10
Sheady, Michael, & Stewart, Donald. .. 10
Sheady, Sllchael, & Stewart, Donald... 10
City of Prince Rupert  10
Goodman, John     10
Goodman,  John     10
Bennett, Chas.  E  10
"Bennett, Chas. E  10
Black, Peter    10
Black, Peter    10
Black, Peter    10
SlcLennan, J.  C  10
McLennan, J.  C  10
SlcLennan, J.  C  10
Newton, CD  10
Newton, CD  10
Beveridge, Wm.  &  Nellie     10
Beveridge,   Wm.   &  Nellie     10
Hunter, A.  SI  10
Hunter, A. SI  10
Stork, Sirs. Emily   10
Kelly, J. H  10
Irving, Captain John  10
Irving, Captain John    10
Walker, H.  H  10
Walker, H. H  10
Walker, H. H  10
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co.  . .  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Jabour, James, Mary & Dan    11
Jabour, James, Mary & Dan    11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  11
Terminal Investment Co -.. 11
Terminal Investment Co  11
Terminal Investment Co  11
Scott, P.  W  11
Scott,  P.  W  11
Scott, P. W  11
Stork, Alfred     11
Stork, Alfred     11
Bacon, James H  11
Bacon, James H  11
Government of B. C.  11
Government of B. C  11
Government of B. C  11
Government of B. C  11
Government of B. C  11
Government of B. C  11
Government of B. C  11
Thorsch, Alfous    12
-Thorsch, Alfous     12
Thorsch, Alfous    12
McLeod, Donald    12
McLeod,   Donald     12
McLeod, Donald    12
McLeod, Donald   *  12
Booth,  Edith   M  12
Booth, Edith M  12
.Benjamin,  1  12
Bonneau, Jerry     12
Thorsch  &  Sons     12
Thorsch & Sons  12
Thorsch & Sons    12
Ramsay, James  13
Ramsay, James  13
Ramsay, James  12
Ramsay, James     12
Irwin, J. C  12
Irwin, J. C  12
Naden, G. R., & Co. Ltd  12
Naden, G. R„ & Co. Ltd  12
Edge,  A. W  12
MacKay, J. J  12
Bevan, Gore & Elliott  12
Ford, Cliff     12
Ford, Cliff    12
Ford, Cliff    12
Harrison, S., & Co  13
Harrison, S., & Co  13
Harrison, S. & Co  18
Bacon, James H  13
Bacon, James H  13
Bacon, James H  13
Bacon, James H  13
Pattullo, T. D  13
Orde, E. D., & Bell, W. H  13
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J  13
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . .. 13
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . . 13
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . . 13
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Early Closing Notice 1
On and after December 1, 1911,
we will close at O P. M., excepting
Saturdays and the day before a
public holiday. On these days we
will remain open until 9 P. M.
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Company, Ltd. |j
THIRD AVENUE PHONE 120     R]
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For around every opening into the body there
is a   Malleable   Iron frame to which the
steel Is riveted.
No putty is needed In such joints.    They are
air tight when new and stay air tight.
If these other ranges were built In thlB way
they might be economical too.
Investigate (his matter of rivet construction
versus stove  bolts and  stove  putty.    It's
Important to every one using or buying
a range.
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London and New York Stock Exchanges.
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836-840 Fort Street, VICTORIA, B.C.
New Knox Hotel
BESNER &BESNER
Proprietors
THE NEW KNOX HOTEL is run
on the Eu-opean plan. First class
service. All the latest modern Improvements.
THE BAR keeps only the best
brands of liquors and  cigars.
THE CAFE 1b open from 6:30 a.m.
to 8 p.m.    Excellent cuisine.    FIrBt
class service.
Rooms 50c and up.
FIRST AVE. PRINCE RUPERT
Pioneer Steam Laundry
WHITE  LABOR  ONLY
BOWLING, BILLIARDS AND POOL
4 Alleys, 7 Tables. A good exercise.
A clean sport. Ladles every afternoon. Newman Block, between 6th
and 7th Streets.
TED  MORRISON
Proprietor and Manager
WINDSOR HOTEL
FIRST AVE. AND EIGHTH ST.
Newly Furnished, nml Steam Heated
Rooms.    A First Class I tin- und Dining Room in Connection.    Rates fio
cents and Dp,    Ratlin Free to (iuests.
DO AWAY WITH THIS!
Prompt Service      Reasonable Rates
Goods Called for and Delivered
Phono 118
W. H. WRIGHT, Prop,    P.O. Box ;»7
HOTEL CENTRAL
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
The largest, best appointed Hotel
In I'rince Rupert. First Class
Cuisine. European and American
plan. Best accommodation in town.
Sunday dinner a specialty. Ask for
"Key to the Cellar."
PETER BLACK, Prop.
First Avenue and Seventh Street.
GRAND HOTEL
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
GEO, BRODBRIDS, Prop.
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St
J PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
p»rince -Eupett journal
Telephone  138
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138.
P. 0. Box 607.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except*;
Monday.    Delivered by carrier in the
city at the following rate if paid in
advance:—■
One Year $5.00
Six Months $2.50
Three   Months $1.25
One Month $  .50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the city of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year addressed to
points in Canada or $3.00 a year to
all points iu the United Kingdom,
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates Upon Application.
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
UNCHARITABLE CRITICS
If this city or any marked proportion of its citizens is going to pander
to the unfair and vicious criticisms
of a section in the community that
can see evil and only evil in all who
do not agree in all things with its
conception of what should be done,
it is going to reap sooner or later,
the whirlwind. The latest occasion
for vituperation upon the part of
that element has been the proposal
to change the wards in the city,
making three with three representatives from each instead of the present system, where two wards exist
with an unequal number from them.
The present system, we believe, is
unquestionably out of harmony with
the Municipal Clauses Act and is
not followed in any other place.
A three ward system has perhaps
no very marked advantages over a
two ward system except that it lends
itself to allowing a sufficient number of aldermen to sit to place three
on each of the main committees.
Now on its merits the question i3
one to be approached in a sane manner and if it is not deemed wise to
have three wards confine the division of the city to two wards. We
do not see, as we said, any particular advantages in three wards
outside of the opportunity to have
three members of the council in each
main committee.
But these pure minded and spotless defenders of all that is upright
in all public matters can see in the
proposal something far beyond that.
They see machinations on the part
of others to work dire calamities in
the city. They see in the division
proposed Comox Avenue controlling
one ward. How such a thing could
happen under the three ward system
any more than under a two ward
system we fail to understand. We
feel convinced, moreover, that the
influence of that section in a municipal election in the city is practically nil and-has been so ever since
the first election held here, when
under peculiar conditions an influence was to some extent exerted.
Then another ward according to
these critics is to be controlled by
the hotels, all of them being iu one
ward, as they are under the dual
ward system. The diabolical character of these hotels is flaunted
forth until one would imagine that
the main office of the licenced
places was to devise ways and means
of frustrating the beneficial schemes
of these men who must of necessity
be always right on questions of public policy.
These criticisms that have been
used against men whose Ideas of
public virtue are quite as high as
these self-seeking critics should be
despised. Were we as uncharitable
as they it might be suggested that
any Interference with the present
system may have been looked upon
with holy horror because its carry-
tion to the plans conceived nnd con-
eoeted by this element to secure
power by wiry of the existing divisions,
Wise Guy—Speculating in stocks
is nothing but "fisherman's luck."
Shorn Lamb—Hardly that. I've
sometimes gone fishing and succeeded  in saving my bait.
 o—:—.	
The .lust Robbed—Would you
mind coming home with me and verifying my story as to what became of
the money!
FOR   SALF
High Class Bell Piano Player
(A'utonola); practically new; in first
class conuition. Can be seen at 618
Fifth  Avenue  East.
WANTED
A   woman   cook   at   the   Windsor
Hotel.    Apply between 12 and 3.
TWO WARDS REMAIN
(Continued From Page One)
for  the  city.     He  had  proved  himself well worth the salary proposed.
Alderman Newton was prepared to
support the report if it were made
clear that Mr. Mason was to have
charge of the waterworks only.
The report was adopted.
The city engineer reported that
the plans and specifications for the
waterworks in the city were ready.
He had hoped to have Mr. Thomson
of Seattle visit here and pass on
them but he'found that this would
be impossible. Mr. Thomson suggested that the city engineer should
visit Seattle. He therefore reported
that he be given leave to visit Seattle  as  soon  as  convenient.
The report was adopted.
On the motion of Alderman Kirkpatrick that the council resolve itself
into committee of the whole to con
sider the ward bylaw, Alderman Morrissey moved, seconded by Alderman
Douglas, that the motion be given
the six months hoist.
Alderman Clayton said that while
he had been opposed to the old division of the city because one ward
was given five representatives and
the other was given three. He was,
however, now opposed to the pro
posed new subdivision. According
to this the east ward was practically
the same as it was before. The down
town section was to be given control
by it. Then, again, the hotels were
all in one ward. He was opposed to
this, moreover, because it looked too
much like playing into the hands of
those who were "not satisfied with
hogging everything but wanted to
hog everything else."
Alderman Douglas was opposed to
the proposed division. There was a
feeling in favor of wiping out the
ward system altogether.
Alderman Newton thought last
year's council was opposed to the
ward system.
Alderman Hilditch said that last
year's council was opposed to the
ward system. The present council,
he felt, was also opposed to the ward
system. But through the action of
the G. T. P., the wiping out of the
ward system was not possible. By
the proposed division there was less
than $2,000 difference among the
different wards. The division of last
year was not at all equitable as to
assessment. If the assessment were
made equal, then make two wards.
Alderman Douglas called attention
to his belief that where there were
so many absentees it was difficult
to get a proper division.
Alderman Morrissey was opposed
to the bylaw because the public
seemed to disapprove of it. As to
the absentee owners of property, they
were entitled to no consideration
whatever.
His Worship, leaving the chair,
took occasion to explain the situation as far as he was concerned. The
citizens had before incorporation
sought to abolish the ward system.
This was impossible, as the government decided that the cities should
all work on the same system—the
ward system. This subject had been
fully discussed at different times.
The same system prevailed in all
representative bodies In the country.
Members of the House of Commons
at Ottawa were elected from constituencies. Members of the provincial   legislature   were   elected   from
(Continued on Page Five)
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Hulburt, R. C  14
McCandless,  Henry     14
Westenhaver, John D  14
Westenhaver,  C.  C  14
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Rogers, James H  16
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MacKenzie, A. B  16
Hillier, Geo  16
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Hays, Mrs. Clifton B  16
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Hays, Mrs. Clifton B  16
Kydd,  John     16
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Moore, John T  16
Todd, James T  16
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Mclnnes, ^ngus    16
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Harris,  Mrs.  E.  M  16
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Bigelow,  Mary  M  16
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McLennan, R., & Reid, L. M  17
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City  of  Prince  Rupert     17
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Wenger,   Christian     18
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5.88
25.07
31
94
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3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
32
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
2500.00
7.35
26.55
33
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
34
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
35
94
39.522
3716
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
36
3rd Ave.         81
39.522
3201
314.21
16.54
3500.00
10.28
26.82
37
75
39.522
2964
290.94
15.31
4000.00
11.73
27.04
38
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
3500.00
10.28
19.58
39
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
3200.00
9.40
18.70
40
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
41
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25
1800
176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
42
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25
1800
176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
43
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
44
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
46
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1800
176.69
9.30
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8.82
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1800
176.69
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8.82
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47
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1800
176.69
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8.82
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8.82
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1800
176.69
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176.69
9.30
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8.82
18.12
51
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
3500.00
10.28
19.58
52
72
108.55
3898
382.62
20.14
7000.00
20.56
40.70
1
McBride St.      94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
7000.00
20.59
44.87
1
1st Ave.         94
25
1175
115.34
6.07
6.07
2
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
5000.00
14.69
26.83
3
94
25
2360
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
4
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
5
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
6
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
7
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
8
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
9
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
lo.22
25.36
10
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
11
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4000.00
11.75
23.89
12
94
25
2350
230.67
12.15
4000.00
11.75
23.90
13
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
4000.00
11.75
23.89
14
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
4000.00
11.75
23.89
15
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
16
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
17
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
5000.00
14.69
26.83
18
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
5500.00
16.16
28.30
19
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
6000.00
17.63
29.77
20
94
25
2350
230.68
12.15
6000.00
17.63
29.78
21
94
25
2350
230.68
12.15
6000.00
17.63
29.78
22
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
6500.00
19.10
31.34
23
94
25.21
1185
116.32
6.12
8500.00
24.97
31.09
23
Manson Way   57.17 100
2858
280.54
14.77
14.77
24
Manson Way   57.17 100
2858
280.54
14.77
7500.00
22.04
36.81
24
1st Ave.         94
25.21
1186
116.32
6.12
6.12
25
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.24
5500.00
16.16
28.40
26
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.24
5000.00
14.69
26.93
27
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25.21
2370
232.63
12.24
4500.00
13.22
25.46
28
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.24
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11.75
23.99
29
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.24
3500.00
10.28
22.52
30
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.25
3000.00
8.81
21.06
31
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.25
3000.00
8.81
21.06
32
94
25.21
2370
232.63
12.25
3000.00
8.80
21.05
33
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2500.00
7.34
19.58
34
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2200.00
6.46
18.70
35
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2100.00
6.17
18.41
36
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
37
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
38
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
39
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
40
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
41
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
42
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
43
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.24
2000.00
5.88
18.12
44
94
26.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
45
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
46
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
47
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
48
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
49
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
50
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2000.00
5.88
18.13
51
94
25.21
2370
232.64
12.25
2500.00
7.35
19.60
52
94
88.58
4163
408.64
21.51
5000.00
14.69
36.20
52
3rd Ave.         72
134.14
4829
474.01
24.95
24.95
1
1st  St.           66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
12500.00
36.73
51.20
1
2nd Ave.         94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
2
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7500.00
22.04
34.18
3
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
4
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000,00
20.56
32.70
5
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
6
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.Ti'
7
94
25
.2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.o6
3-1.70
8
94
25
-2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
9
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
10
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
11
94
25
2350
230.68
12.15
7500.00
22.04
34.19
12
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35
1645
161.47
8.50
13500.00
39.66
48.16
12
McBride St.       94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
24 28
13
McBride St.       94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
11000.00
32.32
56.60
13
3rd Ave.         72
36
1260
123.68
6.51
6 51
14
72
26
1800
176.69
9.30
6000.00
17.63
26.93 Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
TWO WARDS REMAIN
(Continued From Page Four)
constituencies instead of the country
at large, electing forty-two members.
The present council could not
abolish the word system sooner than
a year's time.
Under the Municipal Clauses Act
provision was made for the wards
being equar as to assessed value. The
assessor had made the division. Suggestions had been made that there
was some kind of scheme behind all
this. He knew nothing of any such
thing. He would like to see the system made as perfect as it could be
as long as it existed.
As far as he was concerned, if the
ward system could be abolished, he
would be satisfied to see it done.
He did not believe that it would be
a solution for all their troubles,
however, as some did think. If the
council wanted the old system of
division they could have it.
Alderman Kirkpatrick did not
care personally whether the city was
in one ward or thirteen wards. He
did not care. He had introduced the
bylaw to provide for a more equitable division, but if the council did
not desire it, they could decide for
themselves.
His Worship suggested that perhaps the council might rather than
take the course proposed consider
the bylaw In committee and try to
agree upon a division into, say, two
wards that would be more equitable.
That was for the council themselves
to decide.
The amendment was carried and
the bylaw knocked out.
Alderman Kirkpatrick then moved
the indemnity bylaw in committee,
eaying he would try another bylaw
that would be received probably
better.
When the clause fixing the alderman's allowance at $400 a year was
reached Alderman Kirkpatrick moved
in amendment to make a reduction
of $35 a month for each month during which an alderman was absent.
Alderman Morrissey said he did
not object If they cut the whole
allowance out. If the mayor could
draw his whole salary, however, he
thought he should.
The amendment was lost and the
bylaw carried.
A report from the committee relative to the coal weighing test was
received in which it was shown that
there was no reason for believing
that the city did not get the fullest
weight from Rogers &  Black.
A copy was ordered to be sent
Rogers & Black.
The meeting then adjourned.
SPORTS
BOWLING LEAGUE
J.   G.   McNali   Makes  a  Record
the Tournament at Last
Night's Match
for
NEW POSTMASTER
Noah  Shakespeare  of  Victoria  Will
Retire—His  Probable
Successor
Victoria, Dec. 11.—Noah Shakespeare, for twenty-four years postmaster here will soon retire and will
be succeeded by Leonard Tait, president of the Conservative Association
of this city.
In a match between the Business
Men and the All Stars at Morrison's
bowling alley last night the Business
Men won. The feature of the game
was the breaking of the previous
record for the league matches by
J. G. McNab by a score of 235. The
scores were as follows:
Business Men
W. Wark   202 159 191
U. L. Peck 144 172 202
J.   Scott    187 181 284
Hawley     127 175 159
J. G. McNab   224 235 185
Totals   884 922 961
Team average    184 %
All Stars
A. G. Johnson 161 192 132
A. S. Shepherd 131 US 133
A.   S.   Marke    134 124 184
G. Broderius    140 144 168
S.G.Morrison 188 201 178
Totals      764      799     795
Team average    157
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The wages of sin are paid no matter what the industrial conditions
may be.
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James—Papa, I ain't got no syrup.
Father —■ John, correct your
brother.
John (leaning over and peering
into James's plate)—Yes you is.
CHRISTMAS
AND
NEW YEAR
SAILINGS
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8:30 p. m, December 21st and 28th;
arriving in Vancouver early Saturday
mornin, December 23rd and 30th.
Make Your Reservations Early.
PHONE 2«0
S S.   PRINCE  JOHN  for  Stewart  at
10 a. m., Dec. 20th and 27th.
Present Schedule Remains in Effect
Until  Above  Dates.
RAILWAY SERVICE
TO VANARSDOL—Mixed trains from
Prince   Rupert,   Wednesdays   and
Saturdays, at  1  p.  m.j  returning
Thursdays and Sundays, at 4 p. m.
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
office of
A. E. McMASTER
Freight   and   Passenger   Agent
G. T. P. Wharf
Before letting that painting contract, ring up
The Economy  Paint Store
E. COLE,  Proprietor
Only Experienced Men Sent Out
P.O. 989 6th and Fraser St.        Phone Blue 336
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The House of Quality
GEO. D. TITE, 3rd Ave.
Select your Christmas Presents.   We have a great
Showing Ready for You
EASY CHAIRS AND ROCKERS—Solid Oak, Leather Upholstery.
WICKER CHAIRS AND ROCKERS—Many designs, from $3.50 each
up to $8.50.
DINING   ROOM   FURNITURE—If    you    require    a    nice    Buffet,
Dining Table,  China Closet, Leather Seat Oak Dining Chairs,
see our large variety for choice selection.
Attractive Inlaid and Printed Linoleums.    Fresh importations from
the best Scotch makers.
Heavy Cork Carpets;  colors Green and Rea.
In fact, a full line of HOUSE FURNISHINGS   at   your   command.
"The store that saves you money."
Geo. D. Tite, Prince Rupert
MacKenzie, A. B  18
MacKenzie, A. B  18
Naden, Geo. R  18
Law,  Wm.   M  18
Bacon, James H  18
Bacon, James H  18
Baird, T. M  18
Baird,  T.   M  18
Cotes, Edward & Sarah  18
Cotes, Edward & Sarah    18
Cotes, Edward & Sarah    18
Hays,  Chas.   M  19
Hays, Chas.  M  19
Hays, Chas.  M  19
Hays,  Chas.   M  19
Hays,  Chas.  M.  19
Wenger, Christian    19
Baker, Lee L  19
Macey, S. F  19
McNeill, N.  M  19
Pattullo, T. D  19
Pattullo,   T.   D  19
National Trust Co  19
National Trust Co  19
National Trust Co.   ..:  19
Thorsch & Sons    19
Thorsch,  M.,  &  Sons    19
Thorsch, M., & Sons  19
McLaren, J. Lome, & Broderick, A. T.. 19
McLaren, J. Lome, & Broderick, A. T.. 19
Orde, E.. D., & Bell, W. H  19
Orde, E. D., & Bell, W. H  19
Hobbs, Frank J  19
Todd,  Hugh     19
Alder,  W.  J  19
Baker, James     19
Government of B. C  19
Government of B. C  19
Government of B. C  19
Westenhaver, John D  20
Westenhaver, John D  20
Clapp, Margaret E  20
Thompson, James H  20
Harrison, S., & Co.  20
Munn,  L.   G  20
Munn,  L.   G  20
Government of B. C  20
Government of B. C  20
Williams, W. E., & Manson, A. M  20
Rand, CD  20
Westenhaver,  John D  20
Westenhaver,  John  D  20
Westenhaver,  John D  20
Young, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.. 20
Young, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.. 20
Ycrng, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.. 20
Reiu,  Allanetta  C  20
City ot Prince Rupert    20
Ross,   Amos     20
Hilditch,  John  H  20
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  20
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  20
Barrow, A. R. M  20
Barrow, A.  R.  W  20
N. Western Loan & Inv. Co  20
N. Western Loan & Inv. Co  20
N. Western Loan & Inv. Co  20
Government of B. C  21
Government of B. C  21
Government of B, C  21
Government of B. C  21
Prince Rupert Club Ltd  21A
Prince Rupert Club Ltd  21A
Prince Rupert Club Ltd  21A
Prince Rupert Club Ltd  21A
Prince Rupert Club Ltd  21A
National Trust Co  21A
National Trust Co  21A
National Trust Co  21A
National Trust Co  21A
National Trust Co  21A
National Trust Co  21A
Bank of Montreal    21A ■
Bank of Montreal    21A
Bank of Montreal    21A
Bank of Montreal    21A
Bank or Montreal    21A
Bank of Montreal (East 18ft. of 14). . 21A
Merchants Bank  (West 7ft. of 14).. 21A
Merchants Bank of Canada  21A
Merchants Bank of Canada  21A
Merchants Bank of Canada    21A
Merchants Bank of Canada    21A
Merchants Bank of Canada  21A
Westenhaver,  Chas.  C  22
Westenhaver, Chas. C  22
Westenhaver, Chas. C  22
Christiansen-Brandt  Co  22
Christiansen-Brandt  Co  22
Melntyre,  Dr.  A.  A  22
Melntyre,  Dr.  A.  A  22
Ford,  Clifht     22
Ford,  CHft     22
McLeod,  M.   W  22
McLeod,  M.   W  22
McLeod,  M.  W  22
Terminal   Investment   Co  22
Terminal   Investment  Co  22
Terminal Investment Co  22
Phyfe, R. Eston, & Kingsburg, Geo.. . . 22
Phyfe, R. Eston, & Kingsburg, Geo  22
Hulbert, Robert G  22
Proudfoot   Alexander     22
Hasakamp, Herman J  22
Bonneau,  Jerry     22
Alder,  W.  J  22
Alder,  W.   J.   . . . .'  22
Alder,  W.   J  22
Dunn, Thos  23
Dunn, Thos  23
Dunn, Isabella     23
Ferguson,  W.  A  23
Ferguson,  W.  A  23
Newman, Robt. L„ & Burt, Fred J.  . . . 23
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J.  . . . 23
Westenhaver, J. D  23
Westenhaver, J.  D  23
Government of B. C  23
Government of B. C  23
Moody, John G  23
Moody, John G  23
Moody, John G  23
Ford,  Clift     23
Ford,  Clift     23
Ford,  Clift     23
Manson, Wm  23
Patmore, L.  W  23
Munn, Dr.  John  P  23
Munn, Dr.  John  P  23
Thorsch, M., & Sons  23
Thorsch,   M.,   &   Sons     23
Stevens,  Geo  23
Owen, Mary E  23
Ashland,   Robert     23
Ashland,   Robert     23
Ashland,   Robert     23
Robinson, E. A  24
Robinson, E. A  24
Robinson, E. A  24
Denholm,   Wm  24
Spain, F.  S  24
Spain,  F.  S  24
Scott, P. W  24
Bondeaux, Helolse    24
BondeauX, Helolse    24
Neale, Herbert  H  24
Neale, Herbert  H  24
Government of B. C  24
Government,  of  B.  C  24
Government of B. C  24
Government  of  B.  C  24
Government   of  B.  C  24
Government of B. C  24
Government of B. C  24
Government of B. C  24
Hegerty, James     24
Stevens,  Geo  24
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1800
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9.30
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1800
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9.30
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16.16
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9.30
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1800
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9.30
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1800
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9.30
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16.16
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1800
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9.30
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16.16
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25
1800
176.68
9.30
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25
1800
176.68
9.30
6000.00
17.63
26.93
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72
35
1260
123.68
6.51
8000.00
23.50
30.01
24
1st St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
1
2nd St.
94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
13000.00
38.19
62.47
1
2nd Ave.
94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
2
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94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
7500.00
22.04
34.18
3
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26
2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
4
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2350
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20.56
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2350
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20.57
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2350
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12.14
7000.00
20.57
32.71
8
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2350
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12.14
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20.56
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94
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2350
230.68
12.14
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20.56
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10
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94
25
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20.56
32.70
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94
25
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230.68
12.14
7500.00
22.04
34.18
12
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94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
12500.00
36.72
45.22
12
1st St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
13
1st St.
56
100
2800
274.86
14.47
8000.00
23.50
37.97
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3rd Ave.
72
36
1260
123.69
6.51
6.51
14
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72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
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14.69
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72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
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13.22
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176.68
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14.69
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24
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72
36
1260
123.68
6.51
9000.00
26.43
32.94
24
2nd St.
94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
24.28
1
3rd St.
94
100
2800
274.85
14.47
10000.00
29.38
43.85
1
2nd Ave.
94
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22.04
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6.07
10000.00
29.38
35.45
12
2nd St.
94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
24.28
13
2nd St.
94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
7500.00
22.05
46.33
13
3rd Ave.
72
25
900
88.34
4.65
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14
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72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
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4.65
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23.50
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3rd St.
66
100
2800
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14.47
14.47
2nd Ave.
94
250
21150
2076.06
109.27
77000.00
226.23
335.50
3rd Ave.
72
250
16200
1590.17
83.70
66000.00
193.91
277.61
3rd St.
56
200
5600
549.70
28.93
28.93
4th St.
56
200
5600
549.70
28.93
28.93   :
1
5th St.
66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
9000.00
26.45
30.92
1
2nd Ave.
94
36
1692
166.08
8.74
8.74
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26
2350
230.68
12.14
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4th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
10
4 th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
10000.00
29.38
43.85
10
3rd Ave.
72
25
900
88.34
4.65
4.65
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72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
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176.68
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23.51
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176.68
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127.21
6.70
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24.97
34.27
18
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72
36
1296
127.21
6.70
14000.00
41.14
47.84
18
5th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.46
14.46
1
6th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
15000.00
44.08
58.55
1
2ud Ave.
94
25
1175
115.34
6.07
6.07
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25
2350
230.68
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31.05
10
6th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
11
5th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
10000.00
29.38
43.85
11
3rd Ave.
72
25
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4.65
4.65
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88.34
4.65
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41.13
4 5.78
20
6th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
1
7th St.
94
100
4709
461.35
24.28
11500.00
33.80
58.08
1
2nd Ave.
94
25
1175
115.34
6.07
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2
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94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
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10000.00
29.38
41.53
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94
25
1175
115.34
6.07
15000.00
44.08
5 0.15
12
6th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
13
6th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14000.00
41.11
65.61
13
3rd Ave.
72
25
900
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4.65
4.65
14
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72
2 5
1800
1 16.68
9.30
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26.45
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23.50
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25
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72
25
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10500.0(1
30.84
2 5.49
24
7th St.
94
100
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4 HI. 3 5
24.27
24.27
1
8th St.
56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
900(1.00
26.44
40.91
1
2nd Ave.
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25
1175
115.34
6.07
6.07
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230.68
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25
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25
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32.31
3S.38
14
7th St.
9 4
100
4700
461.36
24.28
21.28
15
7th St.
94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
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27.90
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15
3rd Ave.
72
25
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25
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PRINCE RUPBR* JOURNAL
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
Beveridge, Mrs. Nellie  24
Peppitt, J. W  24
Peppitt, J. W  24
Thomas, Mary A  24
Kerr, Geo.  W  22
Parker, Fred, & Campbell, John  24
Currie, Florence Atkins    24
Alder, W. J  '24
Ford,  Clift     24
Ford,  Clift     24
Ford,  Clift     24
Ruchl, Max C  25
Ruchl, Max C  25
Ruchl, Max C  25
Scott, P. W  26
Benson,  W.  S  25
Neilands, T. F  25
Neilands, T. F  26
Macey, S.. F  25
Macey, S. F  26
Neilands, T. F  26
Neilands,  T.  F  26
Davis, T. T  26
Davis, T. T  25
Hunter, A. M  25
Hunter, A.  M  25
Hunter, A. M  25
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  25
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  25
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  25
Horner, Wm  26
Bianco, Victor     25
Blant o,  VictJi*     25
l'eierlien, J.  L  25
Deierlien, J.  L      25
Steele, Ida M. K. & J. F  25
Steele, Ida M. R. & 3  F  25
Lee,  Sam     25
Hanson,  Louis     25
Hanson,  Louis     25
Black,   Peter     25
Black, Peter    25
Black, Peter    25
Zadeilovich, Martin    26
Steele, J. F  26
Steele, J. F  26
Curroll,  Mrs. M  26
Macey, Charles A  26
Scott,  Geo.  D  26
Scott,  Geo.  D  26
McClymont, Thos  26
McClymont, Thos  26
McClymont, Thos  26
Mcintosh, Mary J.  .  26
Mcintosh, Mary J.  . . ;  26
Mcintosh, Mary J  26
Newton, Raymond E  26
Newton, Raymond E  26
Arney, Wm  26
Hall, Dr. F. W  26
Trimm,  G.  F  26
Trimm, G. F  26
Azzali, Adolfs  26
Robinson, E. A.   . .'.  26
Philips, Mrs. Henry  26
Philips,  Mrs.  Henry     26
Forsyth, Alexander  26
Hilland, Hugh C  26
Terminal Investment Co  26
Terminal Investment Co  26
Terminal Investment Co  26
Thorsch, M., & Sons .'  27
Thorsch, M., & Sons   27
Thorsch, M., & Sons  27
Raymond, W. J  27
Howard,   F.   H  27
Thorsch, M., & Sons  27
Thorsch, M., & Sons    27
Little, A. C  27
Little, A. C  27
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  27
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  27
Hoyt, Mrs. A. E  27
Donaldson, H. L  27
Ross, Robert  27
Ross, Robt     27
Ross, Robert  27
Ross, Robert  27
Ross,  Robert     27
Thorsch, M., & Sons  27
Thorsch, M., & Sons    27
Palmer, P. I., & McCloskey, Patrick  . 27
Palmer, P. I., & McCloskey, Patrick  . 27
Cameron, Sol    •  27
Cameron, Sol     27
Cameron,  Sol     27
Wooley, H. G  27.
Bennett, Geo  27
Bennett, Geo  27
Pregent, Joseph    27
Eason, Miss Maud    27
Collins, J. M  27
Collins, J.  M  27
Gordon, A. R  27
Garthley, John, & Gordon, Mrs| Barbara 27
McPherson, John    27
Irwin, J.  C  27
Irwin, J. C  27
McLeod, A. A  27
Little, A. C  27
Little,  A.   C  27
Owena, James, & Owens, S  27
Fraser, Athol     27
McLaughlin, Peter  27
Atlantic Realy & Imp. Co  27'
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co  27
Urquhart, W. W  27
Urquhart,   W.   W  27
Birnie,  T.   C  27
Rae, Robert     27
Reynolds, A. P  27
McNeil, N. J., & Hurlbert, H. L  27
McNeil, N. J., & Hurlbert, H. L  27
Thorsch, M., & Sons     27
Thorsch, M., & Sons    27
Thorsch, M., & Sons    27
Dupras,  Napoleon     27
Munroe,  J.  A  27
Munroe, J. A  27
Munroe, Kenneth    27
Munroe, Kenneth    27
Kelly, Wilfrid  (Estate)     27
Swanson,  Alfred     27
Thorsch, St., & Sons  28
Thorsch, M., & Sons  28
Thorsch, M„ & Sons    28
Fournler,  J.  B  28
Fournler,  J.  B.  28
Morrow, Geo. W..'.  28
Mali, Yet  28
Evans, W.  H  28
Evans, W. H  28
Gordln, A. R  28
Gordin, A. R  28
Rochester,  Harry B  28
Rochester, Harry B  28
Rochester, Harry B  28
Morrissey, D. W  28
Pattullo,  T.   D  28
Pattullo,   T.   D  28
Pattullo, T.  D  28
Pattullo   T. D  28
Pattullo, T.  D  28
Pattullo,  T,   D  28
Pattullo,  T.   D  28
Tullidge,   Ruby   E  29
Tullidge, Ruby E  29
Anderson, Olaf    29
Kendall, Mrs.  M. E  29
Kendall, Mrs.  M. E  29
Kendall, Mrs.  M.  E  29
Buchan,  James     29
Stewart, Ernest     29
Kreworuczka,  Roman     29
Sawle, G. R. T  29
Yager, Emmanuel   & NIckerson, G. W. 29
Leduc,  J.   C  29
Leduc,  J.   0  29
19
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72
26
1800
176.68
9.30
6000.00
17.63
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72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
5800.00
17.04
26.34
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25
1800
176.68
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16.75
26.05
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176.68
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16.45
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176.68
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72
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176.68
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25.46
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72
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176.68
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29.61
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66
100
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14.47
14.47
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56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
7000.00
20.56
35.03
1   2nd Ave.
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6.07
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24.97
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56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
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66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
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23.50
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72
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66
100
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24.28
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9    9 th St.
56
100
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56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
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72
25
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88.34
4.65
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25
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176.68
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25   3rd Ave.
72
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2260.44
221.88
11.68
8000.00
23.50
35.18
25   2nd Ave.
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633.85
33.36
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10.28
28.88
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8.81
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23   2nd Ave.
94
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4229.53
415.17
21.85
8000.00
23.50
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537.98
28.32
28.32
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72
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4.70
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1300.00
3.82
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1  Park Ave.
94
103.08
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470.56
25.03
1400.00
4.11
29.14
1   11th St.
72
26.53
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93.75
4.93
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72
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1800
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2.94
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4.41
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15
72
100
3600
353.37
18.60
3500.00
10.28
28.88
15   2nd Ave.
94
26
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115.34
6.07
6.07
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25
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230.68
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1  Park Ave.
94
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2350
230.68
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2.94
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26
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SMITH'S ::
PHONE 35
CIGARS
TOBACCOS
PIPES
CANDIES
FRUIT
NUTS
MAGAZINES
PAPERS
6th Street Between 2nd and 3rd
We Have Choice Bargains
In lots In all parts of the City, including Section 2, which it will
pay you to investigate.
Lots 18 & 19, Block 7, Section 1; $2,000 each; terms.
Lots 33 & 34, Block 5, Section 1; J2.500 each; terms.
Many other bargains equally as good.
Restaurant doing a first class business on Second Avenue.
Stores, Offices and Dwellings for rental.
Insurance in all its branches, in companies of the first rank.
If not'lnsured loose no time in seeing us.
Look for our announcement of NEW HAZELTON Townsite.
M.M. Stephens & Co. Ld.
Office Third Ave. P. O. Box 275.
Phone 222. PRINCE  RUPERT, B. C.
CONTINENTAL TRUST CO., Limited
We have listings of property in all parts of the
City*at attractive prices and easy terms.    If
you intend buying property see us.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES $5 PER YEAR
STORAGE FOR SILVER
FIRE INSURANCE BOARD COMPANIES
The Continental Trust Co., Limited
Second Avenue
MUNICIPAL  NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province
of British Columbia at its next Session for an Act, confirming and validating a bylaw of the City of Prince
Rupert, being Bylaw No. 59, and
known as "Bylaw of the City of
Prince Rupert to provide for the construction of a Hydro-Electric System
to supply the City of Prince Rupert
with water, electric light and power,
and to create and secure a debt for
the purpose of constructing the said
System amounting to $550,000";
and also to validate any debentures
issued or to be issued under the said
roylaw.
Dated at the City of Prince Rupert, Province of British Columbia,
this 23rd day ofi November, A. D.,
1911.' FREDERICK PETERS,
Solicitor for the City of Prince Rupert, Applicants. n27jl0
New Wellington
COAL
FREE FROM DUST
DOES NOT CLINKER
ROGERS & BLACK
SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 116 PHONE 118
*************************
Customs Broker
STORAGE   !
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping  Agent
Special attention given to storage of Household Goods and
Baggage
E. L. FISHER
Funeral Director & Embalmer
CHARGES  REASONABLE
817 THIRD AVE. PHONE 850
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.     Open   Day   and
Night.    Ladies'   Assistant   in
Attendance
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
DOUGLAS
SUTHERLAND
First Ave.  Near McBride  St.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 202
*++e»+<*+*»***+eM"|.+**4,^4„M,*
LINDSAY'S GARTA6E&ST0RA6E
G. T. P. CAHTAGH AGENTS
Office at H. B. Rochester, Centre St
LADYSMITH COAL
Is handled by us.  All orders receive
prompt attention. Phone No. 68.
•*HHHW*H-*-<HHHKHKBK^^
The
Jewelery Store
Umbrella
AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT
You will find that it is
an altogether superior article.
Haven't you noticed it?
It cost more. But look at
what you are getting. The
very finest we can procure.
Not what looks good for little
money, as is sometimes offered
you.
SUIT  CASE   UMBRELLAS
and  lots  of  them.    A  fresh
shipment just In.
Wouldn't you like to see
them.
WARK'S
Third Avenue Jewellers.
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Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
•     McColl, Dan A  19
McColl,  Dan  A  29
McColl,  Dan  A  29
McColl, Dan A  29
Evans,   W.   H  29
Lancaster, A., & Frankenburg, A  19
t   Lancaster, A., & Frankenburg, A  29
Shockley, E. H  29
Revel,   Seraphim     29
Forrester,  Wm  29
Brochu, Henry    23
Scott, Geo. D  29
McNeill, M.  J  29
Kay, J. B  29
Johnson, J.  B ,. . 29
Johnson,   J.   B  29
Manson,  Alfred     29
Manson,  Alfred     29
Watson,   John   D  29
Hansen,  Louis     29
Patterson,   Dr.   F.   P  29
Patterson, Dr.  F. ,P  29
Lindsay, J.  A  29
Lindsay,  J.  A  29
Owen, C. N., £ Owen, Mary E  29
Lanza, Fred     29
Moser,   Dr.   J.   F  29
Moser, Dr.  J.  F  29
Lanza, Fred     29
Lanza, Fred     29
Sweet, Geo. A  29
Sweet,  Geo.   A  29
Brandt, Alfred     29
BaBso-Bert,  V '.  29
Basso-Bert,  V  29
Basso-Bert,  V  29
Basso-Bert,  V.   ..."  29
Basso-Bert, Emile & Louis    29
Basso-Bert, Emile & Louis     29
Basso-Bert, V  29
McCaffery & Gibbons    29
McCaffery ft Gibbons   29
Watson,   Mrs.   Mildred     30
Williams   &  Lynch     30
Burgess,  Chas.  E  30
Burgess,  Chas.  E  30
Dyer, J. E  30
Dyer, J. E  30
Jones, Mrs. Hannah Watts  30
Thompson,   Dr.  Alfred     30
Peck, Cyrus W  30
Peck, Cyrus W  30
Moore, John T  30
Moore, John T  30
Moore, John  T  30
Orde, E. D., & Bell, W. H  30
Orde, E. D„ & Bell, W. H  20
Brandt, Alfred    30
Reinhold,  Bruno     30
Rand, CD  30
Rand, CD  30
Newton, C.  D  30
Newton,  C.  D  30
Scott, P. W  30
Scott,  P.   W.   . . ;  30
Pattullo, T. D  30
Chew, Wing     30
Chew,  Wong     30
Irwin-Perks,   Mrs.   Isabel    '. . 30
Irwln-Perks, Mrs. Isabel    30
Irwin-Perks, Mrs. Isabel  30
Clements,   F.   S  31
Clements,  F.  S  31
Clements F. S  31
Stewart, James, & Nuttall, Jos. H  31
Denholm,   Wm  31
Denholm, Wm  31
Hunter, A.  M  31
Freeze, Isaac S  31
Beveridge   Wm. & Nellie    31
Steele, James  F  31
Poole,  Frank     31
Budinich, Tony, & James, Nicholas .. 31
Blane, David, & McCloskey, P  31
Cockshutt,   Frank     31
Cockshutt, Frank  31
Cockshutt, Frank    31
Thorsch, M., & Sons   31
Thorsch, M., & Sons  31
Thorsch, M.   & Sons  . 31
Wark, Wm. H  31
Wark,  Wm.   H  31
Hilchey, C. A  31
Hilchey,  C.  A  31
Bryer, Edward     31
Bryer, Edward     31
Postolu, James & George G  31
Collin, W.   W  31
Lund,   A.   U  31
Anderson, Chas.  R  31
Hilland, H. G  31
Hyde   R.   C  32
Hyde,  R.   C  32
Hyde, R.   C  32
Northwestern Loan & Inv. Co  32
Casley, V. D. &Mrs. Lottie  32
Fairley, Capt. H. J  32
Fairley, Capt. H. J  32
Dawson, F.  G., & Kirkpatrick, J. A... 32
Dawson, F. G., & Kirkpatrick, J. A.  . . 32
Melntyre, Dr. A. A  32
Melntyre, Dr. A. A  32
Christiansen &  Brandt Co.   (C.  ft B.
North 60ft.; John Leggatt S. 40ft.). 32
Christiansen  &   Brandt  Co.   (C.  &  B.
North 60ft; Leggatt, John, S. 40ft) . 32
Christiansen  ft  Brandt Co.   (C.  &  B.
North 60ft; Leggatt, John, S. 40ft.). 82
Basso-Bert, V  32
Basso-Bert, V,     32
Basso-Bert,   V  32
Clapp, Frank     32
* Clapp,  Frank     32
Clapp,  Frank     32
Clapp, Frank     32
Director,  Isadore     32
Cohen.  M.   B  32
Cohen,  David     32
Hoffman, Mrs.  Fanny  32
Thorsch,   M.,   &   Sons     3i
Thorsch, M., & Sons     32
Thorsch, M., & Sons    32
Mitchell, E.  C  33
Mitchell, E.  C  33
Mitchell, E. C _. . 3o
Bennett, Geo  33
Bennett, Geo  33
Newman, Robt.  L  33
Smith, James  A  33
McCaffery,   M.   P  3o
McCaffery, M. P., & Gibbons, E. C. . . . 33
Hyde, R.  C  33
Hyde,  R.  C  33
Hyde, R. C  33
Hyde, R.  C  33
Hyde, R.  C  33
Hyde, R.  C  33
Prudhomme, Alex. J  33
Proudhomme, Alex. J  33
Lackovich, Mike    33
Garvich, Nick     22
Handeschild, Sam  33
Spain, Fred S  33
Spain, Fred S  33
Spain, Fred S  33
Spain, Fred S  33
Smith, James A  34
Smith, James A  34
Smith, James A  34
Collin, Walter W  •>'}
Pethlc,   joo.  H  {»*
Newman, Robt. L  34
Denholm, Wm  34
Denholm, William     34
Bank of B.  N.   A  34
Bank of B. N.  A  34
Bank of B.  N.  A  34
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3.08
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33
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4.99
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313.62
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13.22
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94
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12   3rd Ave.
72
25
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9.30
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11.75
21.05
13   3rd Ave.
72
25
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14   3rd Ave.
72
25
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28   Fraser St.
56
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56
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274.85
14.46
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23.50
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72
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66
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66
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12    6th St.
56
100
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109.94
5.78
13
56
100
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274.85
14.46
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11.75
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56
100
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72
25
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10    5th St.
66
100
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274.85
14.47
14.47
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56
100
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274.85
14.47
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11.75
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66
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56
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66
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14.47
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Total Assets $100,000,000
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Branches Throughout Canada and  Banking  Connectiens  With  All
PartB of the United States
Agents Throughout the World      k,.
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PHONE 17 THIRD AVE & FIFTH
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BOTTLED GOODS FOR RETAIL TRADE
When replenisnlng your larder don't forget
The Family
Wine and Liquor Store
A complete lines of all the best   Wines   and   Liquors   always   in
stock.    All orders delivered.
J. A. SMITH,
PROPRIETOR
C. D. NEWTON
Broker and Notary Public
Money to Loan
4 HOUSES, PARK AVE., TO RENT.
1 HOUSE, SECOND AVENUE.
I HOUSE, EIGHTH AVENUE.
STORE, THIRD AVENUE.
OFFICES TO RENT IN EXCHANGE  BLOCK.
Houses in all sections of the city.
All   business   transacted   on strictly commission basis.
Our Specialty: City Property, Lands,  Mines, and  Insurance.
Exchange Block
P. O. BOX 220.
3rd Ave and 6th St
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
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House Furnishers
In Hotel ware we have three patterns of Crockery, about $000
worth of each. In Family Style we have six stock patterns,
selling from $41.50 to $18.00 per Dinner Set. We have some
of the Flexman & Brown's Dinner Sets that sold at J3G.00. We
sell them at $21.00.
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HART BLOCK
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TENDERS WANTED
Tenders   will   be  received   by   the
undersigned   up   to   December   15th,
1911, for 60 tons of roal (mine run).
Delivered in fr-ton lots as required,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily   accepted.
PRINCE  RUPERT GENERAL   HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION.
Phone 301 P. O. Box 804
PONY EXPRESS
Systematic Merchants' Delivery Service. Baggage, Storage nnd Forwarding Agents.   For KlgN or Motor Car
DAY OR NIGHT
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Tuesday, December 12, 1911.
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LOOKS LIKE OIL ON
GRAHAM ISLAND
Scott, P. W	
Scott, P.  W	
Rand, CD	
Phyffe, R. Easton	
Smith, Vernor W	
Smith, Vernor W	
Smith, Vernor, W	
Smith, Vernor W	
McLeod, Donald	
McLeod, Donald	
Clayton, E. J	
Blalock, Mrs. Martha H.
Blalock, Mrs. Martha H.
Kauffman, Paul 	
Newton,  S.  M	
Carss, Alfred   	
Jackson, M. B	
MacLaughlin,  W.  R.   ...
Emad, Elias   	
Emad, Elias  	
Well Known Prospector from Victoria has Returned
from the Boring now Going on and says it Looks
Exceedingly Promising to him—He has
no Doubt about the Success of
the Fields on the West
Coast.
Mr. Cotes of Victoria, an old time
prospector on the Queen Charlotte
Islands, is in the city on his way
south. He is, in fact, the first prospector that is known to have tried
to interest capital in the oilfields on
the Islands. His efforts at the time,
which was long before the city of
Prince Rupert was known to history,
were in vain and he failed to arouse
any interest in the enterprise.
He holds claims there, however,
and is well satisfied that there is
going to be a good showing from
the oilfields. He has just returned
from the actual scene of the borings
being   carried  on   by  the  company
which is engaged in testing the location.
There came out with him, Mr.
Slater, the exert in charge of the
work, who has gone to Portland to
get additional equipment. There has
been some trouble with the drilling
outfit, which was not quite adapted
for the work, and in consequence delay will follow. It will be a little
after New Year before he returns
to the fields.
But Mr. Cotes says the formation
is perfect for oil. The last borings
taken out would when a match was
set to it produce gas and burns. He
has not the least doubt in his own
mind  that oil  will  be struck.
PRESENT CITY'S CASE
(Continued From Page One)
lumber used. In this he had made
a liberal allowance as far as the
contractor  was  concerned.
He had deducted $750 for rock
dumped on lots. This had been for
material that was put on contrary
to the contract and to his own Instructions. Witness recalled that he
had several times spoken to Mr. Watson  about this.
» Tile claim was never made that
Watson had the right to place filling on low lying lots. The owner
never consented to the dumping of
rock on the low lots.
As to the settling of the fill at
the time in question witness did not
believe that there had been any sliding of the fill in the slightest. He
examined it and discussed it with
Mr. Watson on the ground.
His Lordship asked what the practice was as to showing the contractor
the figures for the final settlement
before submitting them to the City
Council.
Colonel Davis said that he did not
show contractors the figures before
submitting to the council.
His Lordship thought that, as a
matter of practice, it would be better to submit them to the contractors.
As to the taking up of the foot
and a half of muskeg complained
of, witness thopght the allowance of
knew of no rock having to be broken
to be put in. If rock did have to
be broken the contractor should be
allowed  for it.
On the point of side dumping and
the claim of Watson for loss from
the retaining wall, witness thought
the claim was a large one, and unwarranted. The retaining walls in
this case offered a good place for
dumping material close to the cut,
which would make It better than the
end dump.
Witness said that the evidence
went to show that the plaintiff had
had a track laid along lhe part
where the muskeg was taken out to
a depth of a foot and a half. If
he had to relay the track, be should
be allowed for that. He had not
figured out the exact amount.
The court adjourned until this
morning.
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How can a man help feeling restless when even his bills are unsettled?
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PRACTICAL SYMPATHY
Auction Sale
OF
LOTS
IN
GrandTrunk
Pacific
Townsite
OF
Officers    and    Sailors    on    Rainbow
Raise $000 for Deceased
Comrade's Family
That aboard II. M. C. S. Rainbow,
Captain Hose, are some of the most
sympathetic,   thoughtful   and   good
Hazelton
Registered   us  South   Hazelton,   and
Heing il Subdivision of Lot
852, Cassiar District.
By order of the Government of British Columbia and the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway.
Acting under instructions received
from the Hon. "W. E. Ross, Minister
of Lands, and E. ,1. Chamberlain,
Esq., Vice-President of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
Business and Residential Lots
in the Townsite of
HAZELTON
Will me sold at auction by Mr.
George E. Williamson at Vancouver,
on THURSDAY, DECEMBER  14;
And by Mr. Herbert Cuthbert at
Victoria, In the A. 0. U. W. Hall on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, at 11
a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
TERMS:—One-quarter cash; balance, one, two and three years at
6 per cent. dl4
nattired of officers and men who
have ever sailed a warship In the
Pacific squadron, is shown in an Incident which has just been brought
to light.
Aboul  six  weeks ago one of the
men   aboard    the    Rainbow    passed
Emad, Elias   	
McLaughlin, W. B., & Spencer, S. A.
■McLaughlin, W. B., & Spencer, S. A. . .
Hoss, Joseph  C	
Mcintosh,  Robt.  L	
Mcintosh,  Robt.  L	
Smith, Robt. J., & Mallett, A. J	
Smith, Robt. J., & Mallett, A. J	
Attrldge, Edward   	
Keith, James Smith   	
Pattullo,   T.   D	
Carss, Alfred	
Benuet, Mrs. Helen, & Allison, A. H.
McGeorge,   W.   R	
Wanger,  W.  F	
Clapp,  Frank   	
Clapp, Frank   	
Bell,  John   W	
Renter, Raleigh   	
Drew, Matthew C	
Moore, J. T	
Brooksbank, Wm. & Arthur	
Birou,  Frank	
Benson, Oscar A	
Robertson, John F	
Robertson, John F	
Hall, Wm.  S	
Hanson, Mrs. J.  M	
Hanson, Mrs. J. M	
Ramsay,  James   	
Ramsay,  James   	
Munday, H. E	
Munday, H. E	
Munday, H. E	
Palmer, P. I	
Palmer, P. I	
G. T. P. Development Co. Ltd	
G. T. P. Development Co. Ltd	
G. T. P. Development Co. Ltd	
G. T. P. Development Co. Ltd	
Agnew, A.  W	
King  Tai   	
Johnston, H. L	
Nelson, Mrs.  H	
Nelson, 0.  H	
Sutherland,  Geo.  A	
Sutherland,  Geo.  A	
Nelson, Otto   	
Nelson,   Otto   	
Gollin,  W.  W	
Gollin,   Julia   A	
Pattullo, Mrs. Lillian   	
Young,  John   	
Betts, E.  C	
Betts,  E.  C	
Krivokapich,  Peter,  Bregolisse,  Baldo,
eft Camozzi, S	
Krivokapich,  Peter,  Bregolisse,  Baldo,
& Cammozzi, S	
Krivokapich, Peter, & Bregolise, Baldo
Krivakapich, Peter, & Bregolise, Baldo
Gordon,  Robert   	
Harlow,  Edward  T	
Scott, P. W	
Scott, P. W	
Conkey, L. J	
Armstrong, P	
McKenzie, D	
McKenzie, D	
Stevens,  Geo	
Slovens,  Geo	
Stewart, J. M., Roberson, Marion, & Ellison, Nissle J	
Stewart, J. M., Roberson, Marion, & Ellison Nissle J	
Douglas, Wm., & Morrison, John D. . . .
McKenzie, D„ Donaldson, H., & Carrol, P
Roberge, Amadie  	
Roberge, Amadie  	
Roberge,  Abadie '	
Roberge, Amadie  	
Denholm, Wm	
Denholm, Wm	
Basso-Bert, G. & V	
Basso-Bert,  G. & V	
Basso-Bert,G. & V	
Denholm, Wm	
O'Neill, Mrs. E. Holtby	
Salvation Army   	
Salvation Army   	
Humble, W. H.., & Linderberg, Dan  . .
Linderberg, Dan	
Mueller, T. H	
Mueller, T.  H	
Mueller, T. H	
T. P. Railway Co. ...
T. P. Railway Co	
T. P. Development Co.
T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Development Co.
G. T. P. Railway Co. ...
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
City of Prince Rupert . .
Government of B. C. ...
Government of B. C. ...
City of Prince Rupert . .
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AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a sitting of the Court of Re
ments will be held in the City Hall at 10:30 o'clock, A.M, on Thursday,
Any person  desiring to appeal against the said assessment must d
Clerk at least eight (8) days prior to the sitting of the Bald Court of
Dated at Prince Rupert this 8th day of  December, A. D„ 1911.
vision for the purpose of hearing c omplaints   against   the  said   assess-
the 4th  day of January, 1912.
o so in writing, and ail notices of appeal shall  be  served  upon  the  City
Revision.
ERNEST A. WOODS, City Clerk.
J. C. McLENNAN, Assessor and Collector.
away in the person of A. E. Mundy,
leading seaman. He left to mourn
his loss a bereaved wife and three
children who reside in the Old Country. Knowing that the bereaved
family was not in any too good circumstances, those aboard the warship commenced to arrange methods
for the collecting of funds to send
to the widow. A concert was given
In the Masonic Hall at Esquimalt
from which was realized the sum of
$166. As the result of a dance given
a little later an equal amount was
made and from the sale of his bedding to his shipmates $102 was received. It might be stated that the
bedding, if brought up town, would
probably not have fetched more than
ten or fifteen dollars, but the sailors acquainted with the case bid in
high figures. In addition to the ?432
raised in this manner every man on
the cruiser, from the captain down,
gave a day's pay. This is considered
one of the most splendid turns that
the Jack Tars on this coast have
ever  done.     Most of these  on  the
Rainbow have families and they recognized the Borrow of the bereaved
mother and children. Nearly |600
are to be forwarded.
GASOLINE ENGINES
McINTYRE BLOCK
ASK US ABOUT THEM
PHONE 2.45
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD. Grah7irney

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