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1 v       DEC 18 1911
The Journal
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VOLUME I.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER  14,  1911.
Price, Five Cents.
NO. 21.
CONTRACTOR WINS
AS TO DAMAGES
Judgment Given by Mr. Justice Clement in City Case on
Ground that Time Allowed was not Sufficient—
City did all that Could be Expected as
to Strike—Penalizes Lawyers
"Young in Practice"
for Unwarranted
Course.
In the Supreme Court yesterday
morning the case of Watson vs. City
of Prince Rupert was concluded, Mr.
Justice Clement hearing the address
of counsel and giving an off-hand
decision immediately afterwards.
The large item involved in the action, that respecting the question of
liquidated damages, was decided
against the city in this case although
it is very doubtful if the decision of
His Lordship was just as clear on
this question as could have been
wished for in view of the fact that
it is a point at issue in practically
all the disputes in settling up the
contracts. His Lordship decided this
case on the point that the time was
admitted by the city engineer to be
too short for the completion of the
contract and not on the legal aspect
of the right of the city to collect
these damages, so that the point still
remains somewhat in the dark. In
view of the fact that the council
sought a precedent through a judgment of the court in settling the disputes that have arisen, it is somewhat disappointing that the legal
aspect on this point was not more
fully dealt with.
In concluding his judgment Mr.
Justice Clement reprimanded counsel
for the plaintiff for their course in
trying to put up a claim that there
was no time clause in the contract
and for attacks upon the city engineer in their pleadings. Alex. Man-
moii pleaded youth as an excuse for
the firm.
Address of  Counsel
In his argument on behalf of the
city, Fred Peters, K. C, on the point
of liquidated damages, contended
that the idea of pre-estimated damages should not be given as much
prominence as was attempted. On
account of it being difficult to acer-
tain the exact damages, liquidated
damages should be assessed.
His Lordship said that to his mind
there had been a fundamental mistake. The engineer in his evidence
said that he thought that the six
months was too short for the carrying out ot the contract.
Mr. Peters pointed out that the
contractor took the contract knowing
all the conditions. The engineer's
statement, even if it went that far,
did not Interfere with ue contract.
The contractor was bound just the
same.
His Lordship said that this was a
common error in judgment.
Mr. Peters pointed out that there
was nothing to show that the contractor did not take all this into
account and that the charge per yard
was made on the basis that there
V W9" too short a time allowed.
' vt *«i liquidated damages, the contract itself, and that alone, must be
looked at. Surely lhe contractor
must ,be given credit for exercising
common sense enough to take into
account this very fact that there
was a limited time to do It and that
he based his tender on that. No
authority could be found to vary
thiB. There was nothing to show
how much less the engineer would
have charged had the time been
longer.
Strike Period
As to the charging of the contractors for the strike period, Mr. Peters
said he would leave the evidence as
it was with His Lordship. He desired a judgment on the point.
With respect to the work on Sunday, Mr. Peters said that the Sunday
Observance Law was in force In Canada. No deduction should be allowed,
because they were not allowed to
work on those days.
Mr. Peters alluded to the point
with respect to the six months' time
limit, which he said he would not
argue now as it had been virtually
concluded that there was the limit.
He, however, had a point which he
1 wished to raise on behalf of Mr.
Woods, the city clerk, With  ica  ...
to the writing in of the six months
iu the contract in the city hall. Mr.
Woods wanted it made clear that
he had no fraudulent intent.
His Lordship said this was clear.
He thought he had made It clear before. He was convinced that there
was no fraud intended.
I in in pi ni; on Lots
As to the dumping of rock on low
lying lots Mr. Peters wanted to know
why Watson, when he was first
obliged to put rock elsewhere than
on these lots, did not raise this objection, that he had a right to dump
there. This claim was an afterthought. Watson, under the contract,
was obliged to carry out the whole
contract before he was entitled to
get all the money. Until the rock
was removed, the contract was not
completed.
His Lordship said he had no evidence to show that these owners
would object to the small amount of
rock dumped, upon their land.
Mr. Peters contended that with the
money in the hands of the city, held
back for the due performance of the
contract, It should not be asked to
take an action to secure damages as
a matter of equity.
His Lordship said that the city
had no interest in this land. The
city was only appearing as trustee.
Mr. Peters contended that this was
not a correct view. The contractor
had a right to remove the material
or get the consent of the owneis to
allow it to remain, when the money
would be paid. The city should not
be left liable.
Lumber Charged
His Lordship said on the point of
the lumber loss he proposed to
charge the plaintiff $100 for that
lost to the city.
Mr. Peters said he would say nothing on the point then.
With respect to the extra removal
of muskeg, Mr. Peters pointed out
that this work was done a few days
after the contract started. There
could be little done there then. As
a 'natter of fact, the ground was
only scratched. No claim was put
in until the suit commenced.
On the point of overhaul on Beach
Place, His Lordship said he felt like
allowing $50.0 to the contractor. His
ground for this was that at the start
there seemed to be an understanding
by both the city and the contractor
that these low lots would be used.
Mr. Peters, pressing for reasons
for this, got from His Lordship that
he regardeu this work as outside the
contract.
For Plaintiff
Mr. Williams, for the plaintiff,
argued that the estimate fired by His
Lordship as to the value of lumber
taken was too great.
His Lordship thought that $100
worth was used by the contractor.
On the retaining wall proposition,
Mr. Williams thought there was loss,
but His Lordship could not see It
from the evidence.
To the strike, Mr. Williams gave a
greal. deal of attention. The contended that the city authorities did not
give the contractor's protection.
His Lordship said "they had other
Interests to look after" as well as
those of the contractors. The contractors' interests were not the only
ones in the city.
He added that he was still of the
opinion that it was outrageous for
the city to try to collect for the time
the contractors lost during the
strike. He, however, did not doubt
but that the authorities acted wisely
in the matter of the strike.
Cites  Mr.  Justice  Murphy
Mr. Williams, still anxious to linger on the point, contended that Mr.
Justice Murphy after giving judgment in the strike cases had given
the opinion that the authorities had
been  very  remiss in  enforcing  law
i Continued on Pr^e Five)
LICENCING BOARD
Statutory Sitting Was Held Yesterday at the City Hall—Alderman
Kirkpatrick in His Place
The Board of Licencing Commissioners sat yesterday afternoon, with
Mayor Manson presiding, and Alderman Kirkpatrick also present. No
business was done other than the receiving of a report from the secretary, Ernest A. Woods, that there
were various applications In for revival of licences. These were from
the New Knox, the Windsor, the Central, the Empress, the Royal, the
Premier, the Prince Rupert Inn and
the Savoy. There were also applications for renewal of the licences
for the Northern B. C. Liquor & Supply Co., the Beaver Liquor Company,
Clarke Bros., E. J. Maynard, and
W. Smith.
It was announced by the chairman
that he had received a message stating that the resignation of Commissioner Smith had been accepted and
that the appointment of Alderman
J. A. Kirkpatrick had been made in
his place.
In view of the fact that the city
solicitor was unable to be present
an adjournment was taken until
Tuesday at 3 o'clock, when Commissioner Merryfield may also be
present.
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METEOROLOGICAL RECORD
(Dec. 13-5 p. m.)
Barometer 29.753
Maximum   temperature 46.
Minimum temperature 40.
Precipitation 34
THE BRIDGE WORK
Good Progress is Being Hade on the
Caissons for the Skeena Crossing Near Hazelton.
C. C. Van Arsdol, the G. T. P. Engineer,  Arrives   From   Interior
on  Way  South
C. C. Van Arsdol of the G. T. P.
engineering staff is in the city, having arrived from the interior on his
way south. He reports work going
forward satisfactorily.
At the Skeena Crossing, he says,
the two caissons are being built. One
is well advanced and is being sunk
to   its   place.     The   other   Is   being
constructed and the hope is that the
bridge work will be well advanced
this winter so that no further delay
may follow construction there.
At the tunnels near Kitselas continued wet weather has given some
trouble with mud slides but the work
there is going along satisfactorily.
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EMPRESS   FLOATED
('.   P.   li.'s   Pacific   Mail   Liner   Hus
Been Taken off Hock -Near
Vokolioina
* MR. .JUSTICE CXEMENT'S
* VIEWS AS TO STRIKE
* "I would not as a judge sit-
* ting here be prepared under all
* circumstances    when    life    and
* death were at issue to jass judg-
* ment  upon  the  actions  of  the
* police  force  and  the civic  au-
* thorities    who    were    on    the
* ground and say they were neg-
* gent in their duty.
* "It is probable that the very
* best  was  done  under  the  con-
* ditions that could be done."
******   *   *******
Tokio, Dec. 13.—The C. P. R.
liner Empress of China, which went
ashore July 27, forty miles from
Yokohama, during a fog, was refloated yesterday.
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QUEEN  CITY   FLOATS
The   Vessel   Has  Gone   to  Port  Alberni for  Inspection
Victoria, Dec. 13.—The steamer
Queen City was floated safely yesterday afternoon from the rocks al
Dunsmuir Point and is being taken
to Port Alberni to be inspected. The
extent of the damages is still unknown.
Will Meet Labor Men
A meeting of the representatives
of duierent labor organizations in
the city will be held in the Carpenters Hall this evening. J. C. Watters,
president of the Dominion Trades
and Labor Congress, who reached
the city yesterday from Victoria, will
bet present and will consult with
them.
H.I.O
MEM ORAM DU M
OPEN     EVENINGS    UNTIL   3   O'CLOCK
WE LOANED
WE LOANED
MONEY
AT
MONEY
AT
5
PER CENT
TO BUILD
THIS HOUSE
PER GENT
TO BUILD
THIS HOUSE
LET US LOAN YOU THE MONEY TO BUY OR BUILD A HOUSE or PAY OFF A MORTGAGE
Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
Melntyre Block, Third Avenue, Prince Rupert.
Head Office,  Pacific  Building,  Vancouver,   B.   C.
CAUSE  OF  TROUBLE
It is Feared that Change of Capital in
India may Stir op Resentment.
In House of Lords Reference lie Made
to the Changes and Concern
Expressed
Delhi, Dec. 13.—It is feared the
removal of the capital to Delhi from
Calcutta, granted as a mark of the
King's pleasure, will be resented In
Calcutta. The native princes and
officials are greatly pleased, however, as Delhi is the ancient capita).
Fears  in   London
London, Dec. 13.—Lord l.ans-
dowue and Viscount Curzon, in the
House of Lords last night, expressed
their grave concern at the change!?
prpoposed in India, and in this they
are supported by some Conservative
papers.
According to the official papers,
the new po'icy was carefully considered before being adopted, as being,
essential to the growth of local self-
government  in  India.
Lord Curzon's opinion, coming
from an ex-viceroy of India, is given
more than ordinary weight.
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CREW MUTINY
Steamer Strathavon Put Into Sydney,
Australia, Witli Mutinous
Sailors
Victoria, Dec. 13.—Word has been
brought by the steamer Makura that
the steamer Strathavon from Puget
Sound to Sydney has put into the
latter port flying police signals. Her
crew of twenty-one Chinamen were
in a state of mutiny. They had attacked their officers, who kept them
at bay with revolvers from the
bridge.
AN  INVESTIGATION
* Ottawa, Dec.   13.—A  commis- *
* mislon  will  be  named  here to *
* investigate complaints regarding *
* the conduct  of certain officials  *
* of tlie  Intercolonial  Railway.       *
TO ASSIST TORONTO
Lake   Ontario   Port    May    lie   Made
Accessible to Ocean
Shipping
Toronto, Dec. 13.—Following the
visit here of Hon. J. D. Hazen, Minister of Marine, public works and
improvements will be made that will
malce this city an ocean port. The
harbor will be deepened and docks
built.
STUDENTS   POISONED
London, Dec. 13.—Thirty medical
students and doctors were poisoned
at an oyster supper here for medical
men.     All  will  recover.
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 POUR AND ONE HALF PER CENT.
Estimated   Total   Cost,   9000.000.00,
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 bo  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  io 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, .003988  Mills  (changing yearly).
SECTION  1.
FRONTAGE   ASSESSMENT.
LAND VALUE
ASSESSMENT.
Name of Owner.
Lynch, Wm. P. & John   1 1
Pattullo, T. D  1 2
Pattullo,  T.   D  1 3
Couture,  Alice     1 4
Couture, Alice     1 5
Leduc,  J.   C  1 6
Leduc, J. C  1 7
Besner, Olier & Fanny   1 8
Besner, Olier & Fanny   1 9
Corrall,   Joseph     1 10
Palmer, P. 1  1 11
Hansen, Louis         1 12
McAulay,   Wm  1 18
Magar, Geo  1 14
Magar,  Ueo  1 15
Scott, Geo. D  1 16
Scott,  Geo.  D  1 17
Camossi, S„ &  Bregolise, Baldo     2 I
Camossi, S., &  Bregolise,  Baldo     2 2
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Thursday, December 14, 1911.
Denholm,   Wm  2
Denholm,   Wm  2
Lamarre, G  2
Lamarre,  U  2
Camozzi, Severino     2
Camozzi, Severino     2
Niebuhr,   Carl     2
Niebuhr, Carl  2
Mcintosh,  Mary   J  2
Mcintosh. Mary J '  2
Besner, Olier & Fanny  2
Besner, Olier & Fanny  2
Arney,  Win  2
Arney, Wm  2
Delasala, Francis    3
Delasala, Francis    &
Kay,  John  B  3
Kay, John B  3
Kimball, Lester     8
Le Trace, E. C  3
Le Trace, E. c  3
Hal: lery,  Geo.   C  3
Hartley,  Geo.  C  3
Ramsay, James     4
Ramsay, James     4
Ramsay, James     4
Ramsay,  James     4
Ramsay, James     4
Trimm,  G.   F  4
Booth,  Edith   M  4
Bacon, James  H  4
Bacon, James H  4
Thomson, James    '. . 4
Thomson,  James     4
Thomson, James     4
Thomson, James     4
Mcintosh, Robert L  4
Mcintosh, Robert L  4
Naden, Geo.  R  4
Naden, Geo.  R  4
Naden, Geo. R  4
Palmer. P. 1  6
Palmer, P. 1  8
Palmer, P. 1  5
Petterson   Dr. F. P  6
Patterson, Dr.  F.  P  5
Ross, Amos  6
Ross,  Amos     5
Manson,  Alfred     6
Manson, Alfred     5
Rogers, W. 0  6
Rogers, W.  0  6
Walker, Thomas W  6
Leek, George     6
Trimm, G. F  5
Trimm, G. F  S
Trimm,  G.   F  5
Sargaent, W. J  o
Ross, John B  5
Ross, John B  5
Morris,  W.  D  b
Morris, W. D  5
Hampton,   Jas.   •  6
Hampton, Jas  5
Hampton, Jas  5
Irwin, J.  C  5
Irwin, J. C  6
Irwin, J. C  5
Albert, Mitchell, & Davey, Robert  6
Albert, Mitchell, & Davey, Robert  ... 5
Brown, Albert L  5
McLeod   Mary  A  5
Ellis, Miss Edith     5
Hegerty, James     5
Lorenzen, Peter    5
Lorenzen, Peter     5
Stephens, M. M., & Halsey, J. -C  5
Stephens, M. M., & Halsey, J. C  5
Stevens   George     5
Stevens, George     5
Maxwell,  Clifton     5
Maxwell,  Clifton     5
Roden   George     5
McLeod, Malcolm G  5
Thorsch, Alfous     5
Thorsch, Alfous     6
Lynch, John M  5
Lynch, John M  5
Lynch, John M  5
Douglas,   Wm  6
Clancy, J. M  6
Olllespie,   John      6
Gillespie,   John     6
Gillespie,    John     6
Brown,   Gilbert     6
Brown, Donald     6
Brown,  John     6
Bennett, Chas. V  6
Bennett   Chas.  V  6
Bennett,  Chas.  V  6
Helm, Herman    fi
Bulchak, John     6
Trimm, G.  F  6
Bacon,  James   H  6
Ross,  Robert     6
Ross,  Robert     6
Marr, Anna R  7
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F  7
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F  7
Little, A.  C, & Stewart, A. M  7
Little, A. C, & Stewart, A. M  7
Little, A. C, and Stewart, A. M  7
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F  7
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F  7
McNeill, Dr.  Neil M  7
McNeill, Dr. Neil M  7
Nicol, J.  U  7
Nicol, J. U  7
Smith, James  A  7
Panvini, F  7
Wong, Cheu     7
McFarlane, J. W  7
McFarlane  J. W  7
Vickers,   Lucy      7
Stephens, M.  M„ & Halsey, J. C  7
Smith, H. McB  7
Smith, H.  McB  7
Wooley,  H.  G  7
Wooley,  H.  G  7
Hall,  Mrs.  Dr  7
Hall,  Mrs.  Grace  G  7
Westenhaver, Chas. C  7
Yeo,   Edwin      7
Yeo,   Edwin      7
Basso-Bert, Q.     "'
Turner   Henry W  7
Basso-Bert, V  7
Tlminliis, Mrs. J. C  7
Timmlns, Mrs. J. C  7
Timmlns,  Mrs.  .1.  C  7
Clements,  F.   S  7
Clements,  F.  S  7
Clements,  F.  S  7
Couture,  Alice     7
Broderick,  A.  T  7
Nortli Western Loan & Inv. Co  7
Nortli Western Loan & Inv. Co  7
Brown, Austin  M  7
Cockshutt, Frank  7
Cockshutt,   Frank     7
White,  Geo.   B  7
Kelly, Wilfred  (Estate)     7
Viereck, K. G.  & Kelly, Wllfd. (Estate) 7
Viereck, J.  0  7
McLeod, Malcolm  7
McEachern, E  7
Chisholm, J.  J  7
Dunn, Hugh  M  7
Smith, J. F  7
Ferguson, Dr.  R.  D  7
Garlepy,  D.,  & E  7
Fuller,   F.   J  7
Fuller, F. J  "
Hamilton,  Harry     7
Kerr, W. B  7
Woodworth, Ernest   7
Smith, Kenneth   7
Sargeant, W. J  7
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J. W. SHIRLEY
Locator, Timber Cruiser, Valuator
P. O. Box 003
A  few  choice Farming Locations
left close in.
LAND   CLEARED   BY   CONTRACT.
Choice Nursery Stock for sale.
Taylor St. Prince Rupert
J. W. POTTER, L.R.I.B.A.
ARCHITECT    AND    STRUCTURAL
ENGINEER
Re-inf orced Concrete a Specialty
P. O. Box 271   '
A. FAULDS, N.I., M.E,
Consulting Mining Engineer
Examinations on Coal, Metals, Oil.
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RITCHIE & AGNEW
vivil Engineers
Dominion and British Columbia Land
Surveyors. Mine Surveyors. Reports,
Estimates and Surveying
OFFICE:   Rand  Bldg,  Second  Ave,
J. L. PARKER
MINING ENGINEm
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Open for Connil'.ation and Mine
Examination
Temporary Address*.—
Prince Rupert Inn
FREDERICK PETERS, K. O.
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public
Office in
EXCHANGE BLOCK
WM. S. HAiA\,, L. D, S. D. D.
:-.   DENTIST   :-:
Crown and Bridge Work a specialty.
All dental operations skillfully
treated. Gas and local anaesthetics
administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free.
Offices, HelgersOu fflc., Prince Rupert
H.Cirdon Munro   W. Nicholson Lailey
MUNRO & LAILEY
ARCHITECTS
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
P. O. BOX 14        PRINCE RUPERT
J. H. HILDITCH
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all c asses of
work, whether sm 11 or large. Personal attention given to every Item
PHONE GREEN 321.
Get Your Work Done by an Expert
Razors Honed, Saws Filed, Grinding
of   All   Kinds,   Carpets   and   Rugs
Cleaned,   Furniture   Repaired,   Job
Work.     Prices  Reasonable.
Next to Norfolk Hotel
Sixth Avenue and Fulton
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
reserve existing over Crown lands on
the Morrice River, Range 5, Coast
District, notice of which bearing date
of May 5th, 1910, was published In
the BrHish Columbia Gazette of May
5th, 1910, is cancelled in so far as
it relates to the lands surveyed as
Lots 3881, 3882, 3883, 3884, 3885,
3886, 3887, 3888, 3889, 3890, 3891,
3892, 3893, 3894, 3895, 3896/3897,
3898, 3899, 3900, 3901, 3902, 3908,
3904, 3905, 3906, 3907, 3908,, 8909,
and 3910.
ROBERT A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Department of Lands, Victoria, B. C.
September 12, 1911. s22-d22
The Thompson
Hardware Co.
"   ll'JO Second Ave. — Phone 101
,,   Paints. General Hardware,
1'     Oils, Stoves and Ranges.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010
Section 35
NOTICE is hereby given that on
the28thday 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-
sumaalum Hotel " situate at Kitsumkalum, upon the lands described as
Lot 1 of subdivision of Lot 1745,
Range 5, Coast District.
Dated this 25th day of November,
1911.
SAMUEL C. WEEKS,
n26 Applicant.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1. Price
$6,000; one-fourth cash, balance
6, 12, 18 months at 7 per cent.
Three lots, Block 7, Section 1. Price
$2,500 each; one-fourth cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 7 per
cent.
One lot, Bloc 28, Section 5. Price
$525, $225 cash, balance $50 every three  months at  7  per  cent.
Two lots, block 22 Section 7. Price
$600 each; half cash, balance
easy.
Lot 9, Block 2, Section 7, with 4-
room house. Price $1,837, $600
cash, balance $30 per month.
Double corner, Block 4, Section 8.
Price $800; one-fourth cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7
per  cent.
Lots In Block 11, Section 8. Price
$300 $25 cash, balance $10 per
month.
Lots in Block 10, Section 8. Price
$275 each, $25 cash, balance $26
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
many  ways.
We have offices In other cities. Our
equipment should interest you.
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
Limited
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 5 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
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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 Colettl, 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 arc
hereby required to forward same to
me  properly  verified,  on  or  before
the   16th   day   of   December,   1911*
And all  parties indebted to t ^> sni^ -
Estate    are    required    to    pay   the
amount of their indebtedness to me
forthwith.
Dttcd at Prince Rupert, B. O, this
24th dny of November, 1911.
J, H.  McMULLIN,
Official  Administrator.
By Ills Solicitors, CarsB & Bennett.
n26-30
n 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.
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Thursday, December 14, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Hunter, A.   M  7
Gilmore, 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
Wilby,  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,   Maurice     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    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,  Liberia     10
Sheady, Michael, & Stewart, Donald. . . 10
Sheady, Michael, & 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
McLennan,  J.   C  10
McLennan,  J.  C  10
McLennan,  J.  C  10
Newton, CD  10
Newton, CD  10
Beveridge,  Wm.  &  Nellie  10
Beveridge,   Wm.   &  Nellie     10
Hunter, A.   M  10
Hunter,  A.   M  10
Stork, Mrs.  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
Bacqj*   James H  11
.Bacoie-j 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  Ijj
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.     }°
Bevan, Gore & Elliott  12
Ford, Cliff     12
Ford, Cliff     \%
Ford, Cliff     12
Harrison, S., & Co  }»
Harrison, S., & Co  13
Harrison, S. & Co  la
Bacon, James H  Jjj
Bacon, James H  Jjj
Bacon, James H  Jj
Bacon, James H  "
Pattullo, T. D.   ••••••■•••  "
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
On  and  after  December  1,  1011,
we will close at if P. M., excepting
m       m        Saturdays   and    the   day    before   a
public   holiday.     On   these  days  we
will remain open until 0 P. M.
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply
Company, Ltd.
THIRD AVENUE PHONE 120
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The^Stay Satisfactory Rm\2«
Good, Sound Reasons for
MONARCH Economy
Monarch Ranges are built bo that they can
never have "air leaks"—
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 this way
they might be economical too.
Investigate this matter of rivet construction
versus  stove  bolts  and  stove  putty.    It's
important   to  every  one  using  or  buying
a range.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY THE
Kaien Hardware Co.
Telephone 3 Third Avenue
The British Columbia Company
LIMITED. *
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000.::   PAID UP CAPITAL $41 500
DIRECTORS:—Reginald C. Brown, President; J. C. Maclure, Vice-
President; H. E. Marks, Managin g Director; Capt. E. Nm«h, William
McNair, R. A. Bevan, and F.  C.   Williams, Secretary.      ':-:       :.:
INTEREST 4 PER CENT. DEPOSITS
This Company acts as Executors, Administrators, Transferees and
Secretaries to Public Companies.   Commercial, Industrial and other
business proposition! underwritten.    Issues made  on  the
London and New Tork Stock Exchanges.
TIMBER, COAL, LANDS, and
COMPANY ORGANIZATION
Head Office for Canada, 203, 208, 210, 215 Carter-Cotton Building,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
EVERY PACKAGE OP
BurrelVs  White Lead and
Linseed Oil
IS MARKED "WARRANTED GENUINE" and is
guaranteed absolutely pure.
Sole Agents in Western Canada
The Staneland Co. Ltd
836-840 Fort Street, VICTORIA, B.C.
New Knox Hotel
BESNER & I1ESNER
Proprietors
THE NEW KNOX HOTEL is run
on the Eu-opean plan. First class
service. All the latest modern Improvements.
TIIE BAR keeps only the best
brands  of   liquors  and   cigars.
THE CAFE is open from 6:30 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Excellent cuisine. First
class service.
Rooms .■><><■ und  up.
FIRST AVE.
PRINCE RUPERT
Pioneer Steam Laundry
WHITE  LABOR  ONLY
DO AWAY WITH THIS!
Prompt Service      Reasonable  Rates
Goods Called for and Delivered
Phone 118
BOWLING, BILLIARDS AND POOL
•1 Alleys, 7 Tables. A good exercise.
A clean sport. Ladies every afternoon. Newman Block, between 6th
and 7th Streets.
TKI)  MORRISON
Proprietor and   Manager
WINDSOR HOTEL
FIRST AVE. AND EIGHTH ST.
Newly Furnished and Steam Heated
Rooms.    A First Class Bar and Dln-
ing Room in Connection.     Rates 50
cents and Dp.    Ruths Free to Guests.
W. H. WRIGHT, Prop.    P.O. Box 37
HOTEL CENTRAL
ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
The largest, best appointed Hotel
in Prince Rupert. First Class
Cuisine. European and American
plan. Best accommodation in town.
Sunday dinner a specialty. Ask for
"Key to the Cellar."
PETER RLACK, Prop.
First Avenue and Seventh Street.
GRAND HOTEL
WORKINOMAN'S HOME
Free Labor Bureau In Connection
GEO. BRODERIUS, Prop.
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St
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--*■ PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Thursday, December 14, 1911.
prince ISupett journal
Telephone  138
Office:
128
Third
Avenue
East,
aear
McB
■ide Street.
Telephone 138.
P. O.
Box
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O.
H. XI
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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 circu
latlon outside the city of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year addressed to
pointB in Canada or $3.00 a year to
all points in the United Kingdom
the United States or other foreign
countries.
Advertising Rates  I'pon Application.
Thursday, December 14, 1911.
A MAN OF VALOR
During the progress of the suit
brought against the city by the contractor Watson there has been an
endless amount of time consumed by
counsel admittedly "young in practice" to attach blame to the authori
ties in this city with respect to the
strike. In a final attempt to have
words dropped by the court that
would imply that those in authority
failed in their duty the words of
Mr. Justice Murphy used at the time
of the criminal action in Vancouver
•were cited to Mr. Justice Clement
upon which to base a like opinion
from the latter but it signally failed.
The remarks of Mr. Justice Murphy were unquestionably indiscreet
and may be ascribed to the fact that
he is young on the bench. With his
many good qualities he will probably become more discreet as the
years go by.
In passing, however, now that Mr.
Justice Murphy's remarks indicative
of a valorous spirit on his part have
been brought up it may not be out
of place to recall an incident in the
political life of that judge when he
was "Denny" Murphy which shows
that the decision and valor he now
seems to advocate were not always
characteristic of this man.
At one stage in his political career
he was given cabinet rank at Victoria and after accepting office he
left the capital in high spirit, bound
for his native heath, the district of
Cariboo, where he was to present
himself for re-election before taking
up the active duties of his office.
But on tlie way the Hon. Mr. Murphy
contracted a severe cold which settled in his feet and before he got
well into his constituency this
apostle of valor and decision in his
later days had become so thoroughly
frightened that he "quit." He telegraphed his resignation to Victoria
and showed himself a political coward and a "quitter."
COMMUNICATIONS
The Journal doe. not ncceeaarilo endorse
the view, expre.ted in this column hut be-
lieoe. in the freeet di.cue.ion of public concern, provided it i. done in a proper way.
To the Editor of The Journal.
'Sir-.—Ii would appear from press
reports that a certain local exponent,
or supposed exponent, of the gospel,
is endeavoring to constitute himself
a general critic of the management
of the affairs of the city. Sensational journalism, Instituted to make
the papers pay, is meeting with that
condemnation which all exaggeration of circumstances and events,
which border on the line of fabrication, deserve. Sensational utterances under the guise of Sunday services of Hie Lord point lo a wish for
popularity amongBt that element in
the community mosi prone to Bcan-
dalmonging, and to Mammon as the
ultimate goal. Was tne statement,
"Tile   magistrate   has   issued   nn   i-n-
. ye-iiciil thai gambling is noi Illegal,"
in ended lo advertise the tact, to easl
a reflection on lhe magistrate, or to
uelvej lisc Hie- parson? If intended
to advertise the fact, then from such
a source ft comes with 111 grace; if
intended as a reflection on tho magistrate, it is well known to all conversant with law that gambling, in-
itself, is not Illegal and the remark
of lhe magistrate was made to legal
men pri-sent who understood his
meaning as applied lo the case at
issue and was not intended as a headline for yellow journalism, or for
individual advertising by any member of the cloth.
ALFRED CARSS.
FOR SALE
The One Best Buy!
SECTION ONE
Lots 27  &  28, Block 30.
Corner 3rd Ave.  & 8th St.
We   have   been  given   the   exclusive
handling of this property for
a   limited   time   and   can
guarantee   delivery
at
$20,000.00
Good terms can be arranged. Better
call and  let us tell you
about it.
0. M. HELGERSON, LTD,
HEAL  ESTATE
RENTALS
Phone  150
THE INSURANCE PEOPLE
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employers'   Liability
Contractors & Personal Bonds
Policies    Written    Direct
The Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY
P.S.—Houses and Rentals
Auction Sale
OF
LOTS
IN
GrandTrunk
Pacific
Townsite
OF
Hazelton
Registered   as  Mouth  Hazelton,  and
Being a 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. J. Chamberlin,
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. O. 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
G per cent. dl-1
Personals
High Class Bell Piano Player
(Autonola); practically new; in first
class condition, Can be seen at 618
Fifth  Avenue East.
.1. Biscay, organizer for the l.W.VV.
irrived  in the city yesterday.
Judge Young has returned to the
city. He arrived by the Prince Rupert today.
A. T. Parkin has returned from a
business trip to Vancouver.
 o	
All the world's a stage, but most
of the actors are amateurs.
 o	
The  only   people  who  have  more
friends than they need  are the people who don't need  them.
 o	
"I know a city man who is making a fortune raising cucumbers on
a town lot."
"How does he do It?"
"He buys them from the producers
for 10 cents a dozen and raises them
to a cents apiece."
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J.  . . . 12
Westenhaver,   Chas.   C  13
Westenhaver,   Chas.   C  13
Westenhaver, Chas. C  13
Westenhaver, John D  13
Westenhaver,  John  D  13
Scott, Geo. D  13
McRae Bros., Ltd  13
Kahn, Stephane, & Chalas, Emile  .... 13
Kahn, Stephane, and Chalas, Emile ... 13
Cotes, E.  C. & S. J  13
Cotes, E. C.  & S. J  13
Union Bank of Canada   13
Union Bank of Canada    13
Union Bank of Canada   13
Walker,   W.   H  14
Walker,   W.   H  14
Walker,   W.   H  14
Hall,   Geo.   D  14
Hall, Geo.  D  14
Walker,  H.  H  14
Walker, 11. H  14
Melntyre, Dr. A. A  14
Melntyre,  Dr.  A.  A  14
Morrow, Laura, & Frizzell, G. J  14
Morrow, Laura, & Frizzell, G. J  14
Morrow, G.  W., & Smith, V. W  14
Sheady, M., & Frizzell, G. F  14
Sheady, M., & Frizzell, G. F  14
G.  f. P. Investment Co  14
G. T. P. Investment Co  14
G.  T.   P.   Investment  Co  14
Government of B. C  14
Government of B. C  14
Government of B.  C  14
Pattullo, T. D  14
G. T.  P.  Investment Co  14
Hegerty,  James     14
Hulburt, R.  C  14
McCandless,  Henry     14
Westenhaver, John D  14
Westenhaver, C. C  14
Westenhaver, C. C  14
Pattullo,   T.   D  16
Pattullo, T. D  16
Thorsch, M. & Sons  16
Thorsch, M., & Sons    16
Hall,  Dr.  Francis W  16
Rogers, James H  16
Bassett, W. W  16
Bassett, W.  W  16
Bassett,  W.   W  16
MacKenzie, A. B  16
Hillier, Geo  16
Bailey,  S  16
Hays, Mrs. Clifton B  16
Hays,   Mrs.   Clifton   B  16
Hays, Mrs. Clifton B  16
Kydd,  John     16
Kydd,   John     16
Moore, John T  16
Todd, James T  16
Todd, James T  16
Todd, James T  16
Todd, James T.   .  16
Todd, James T  16
Mclnnes, ^ngus    16
Proudfoot,  James     16
Ashland,   Robert     16
Delasala,   Oscar       •  16
Hall, Dr. W.  Francis     16
Camozzi,   S  16
Ashland, Robert   16
Collart, Theophile     16
Government of B. C  16
Bailey, S. 0  16
Government of B. C ;  16
Government  of  B.   C  16
Hepburn,   John     16
Hepburn, John    16
McBain,  G.  A  16
McBain,  G.  A  16
Chapelle, John M  16
Mclnnes,  Angus     16
Robinson, E. A  16
Robinson, E. A  16
Government of B. C  16
Hall, Dr. Francis W  16
Hall, Dr. Francis W  16
Thorsch, M., & Sons    16
Thorsch, M., & Sons    16
Harris,  Mrs.  E.  M  16
Harris, Mrs. E. M  16
Bigelow,  Mary  M  16
Bigelow,  Mary  M  16
Government  of B.  C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B. C ,. 17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Government of B.  C  17
Westholme  Lumber Co  17
Westholme Lumber Co  17
Westholms Lumber Co  17
Westholms Lumber Co  17
Westliolme Lumber Co|     17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
Government of B. C  17
McClymont,  Thomas     17
Nicholson,   Albert     IV
Todd, James  1)  17
Todd, James T  17
Todd, James T  17
Todd, James T  17
Ladner, Thos.  E  17
Ladner, Thos.  E  17
Drew,   M.   C  17
Webster,  Percy     17
McLennan, R., & Reid, L. M  17
McLennan, R., & Reid, L. M  17
Morrison,  John  D  17
Keeley, F. I)  17
City  of  Prince  Rupert     17
City of Prince Rupert    17
Chrlstlano,   Antonio     17
Camozzi, S., Cavallin, A., & Piombo. P. 17
Anderson, P. W., & McKinnon, D. A. . . 17
Anderson, P. W., & McKinnon, D. A. . . 17
Government of B. C  17
Government  of  B.   C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
Government  of  B.  C  17
B. C. Land & Inv. Co  18
B. C. Land & Inv. Co  18
13. C. Land & Inv.  Co  18
Orkney, W. Ryden     18
Wenger,   Christian      18
Government  of  B.  C  18
Government of B. C  18
Gibson,   Geo.   E  18
Gibson, Geo. 'E  18
Clapp.  Mrs.  M.  E  18
Clapp, Mrs.  M. E  18
Planltz,  Charles     18
Planltz, Charles    18
Planltz, Charles     18
Pattullo,   T.   D  18
Pattullo,   T.   D  18
Pattullo, T. D  18
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100
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274.85
14.47
14.47
13
1st St.    66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
12500.00
36.74
51.21
13
2nd Ave.    94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
14
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
7600.00
22.04
34.18
15
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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94
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2350
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32.70
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94
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20.56
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25
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32.70
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25
2350
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22.04
34.18
24
94
36
1645
161.47
8.50
13000.00
38.20
46.70
24
2nd St.    94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
24.28
1
1st. St.    56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
8000.00
23.61
37.98
1
1st Ave,    94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
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94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
5200.00
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94
25
2350
230.67
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94
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2350
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16.16
28.30
12
94
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1645
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8.50
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29.38
37.88
12
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100
4700
461.36
24.28
24.28
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McBride St   94
100
4700
461.35
24.28
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39.66
63.94
13
2nd Ave.   94
35
1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
14
94
26
2350
230.68
12.14
• 7500.00
22.04
34.18
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94
25
2350
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20.57
32.71
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94
25
2350
230.67
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20.57
32.71
17
94
25
2350
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20.67
32.71
18
94
26
2350
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19.10
31.24
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94
25
2350
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12.14
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19.10
31.24
20
94
25
2350
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31.24
21
94
25
2350
230.67
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31.24
22
94
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2350
230.67
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19.10
31.25
23
94
26
2350
230.67
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7000.00
20.57
32.72
24
94
36
1645
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8.50
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43.76
24
1st St.    56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
1
1st Ave.    94
99.14
4660
457.42
24.08
8000.00
23.50
47.58
2
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
4000.00
11.75
23.89
3
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
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10.28
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4
94
25
2350
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20.95
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94
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94
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94
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94
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94
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14.69
26.84
16
94
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3715
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19.19
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16.16
35.35
17
94
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364.66
19.19
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11.76
30.94
18
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3715
364.66
19.19
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10.28
29.47
19
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10.28
29.47
20
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8.81
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8.81
28.01
22
94
39.522
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364.66
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7.35
26.55
23
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2500.00
7.35
26.54
24
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
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5.88
25.07
25
94
39.522
3715
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19.19
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5.88
25.07
26
94
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3715
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5.88
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26.55
33
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39.522
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3000.00
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39.522
3201
314.21
16.54
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10.28
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w-^ -»->=- Thursday, December 14, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
t   CONTRACTOR  WINS
AS   TO   DAMAGES
(Continued From Page One)
and order and had not put forth a
proper effort to do so.
His Lordship said he could not
consider this. He would not sit in
judgment upon the actions of the
authorities. It was evident they had
done the very best possible.
Mr. Williams contended that in
the interests of law and order they
should have provided a force and
seen that the work was allowed to
go on  under the  contractors.
"It was surely not In the interests
of law and order to have a bloody
battle on the streets," suggested His
Lordship. It was not reasonable, he
added, to suppose that in a new place
like this there were all the facilities
at hand to control hundreds of men
on strike.
"They could have got them," suggested Mr.  Williams.
Best  Done  by  City
"Perhaps they could," returned
the court, "but after the event I
am not going to sit in judgment.
I would not as a judge sitting here
he prepared under all the circumstances when life and death were at
Issue to pass judgment upon the
actions of the police force and the
civic authorities, who were on the
ground, and say that they were negligent in their duty.
"It is probable that the very best
was done under the conditions that
could be done."
Mr. Williams contended that there
was an absolute duty upon the corporation to provide protection.
His Lordship said he could find
no authorities that went to show
that this was to serve as a guarantee
to contractors. He wanted to know
if Mr. Williams had found any case
in which a corporation had been
made to pay for falling to give this
protection.
Mr. Williams said that he had not.
His Lordship said he was not going to make a precedent.
Mr. Williams said that if there
had been an adequate force there
would have been no trouble.
His Lordship:   "Well,  it's easy to
say that after the event."
The eludgment
His Lordship Immediately proceeded to give judgment in the case.
Taking the statement of claim of the
plaintiffs, he disposed of the items
In succession. As to the claim of
$750 for removing waste from the
lots, he said the city's claim was
clearly one of damages. The sum
which the city proposed to retain
would be as trustee for the owner.
No claim was before him on the part
of any of the owners against the
city. If the case were made out
a contractor was insolvent or there
was an insolvent surety or a claim
against the city, a case might be
made out to obtain a sum.
He would strike this claim out
and order the $750 paid to the contractor.
On the old lumber count he would
allow the city $100. The burden
was on the city to show the amount
of lumber taken.    It was impossible
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
inornin, December 23 rd and 30 th.
Make Your Reservations Early.
PHONE 200
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.;  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
TO CONTRACTORS
TENDERS will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. m., Monday,
the 18th of December, for the construction of a plank roadway on the
north side of First Avenue, between
Seventh Street and the Junction between First and Second Avenue.
Terms and specifications may be
seen and forms of tender obtained
at the office of the City Engineer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
(Signed.) E.   A.   WOOD,
ax3 City Clerk.
Department of the Naval Service
Radiotelegraph Service.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the undersigned, endorsed "Tender
for Dwelling-house" and accompanied by a certified cheque for 10
per cent of the amount of the tender,
will be received up to noon on December 31, 1911, for the erection
of dwelling-houses at the Government Wireless Stations at Prince Rupert, Cape Lazo and Point Grey.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the following places:
The Government Wireless Stations
at Point Grey, Cape Lazo and Digby
Island, Prince Rupert; the Post Offices at Vancouver, Nanalmo, and
Prince Rupert; the Office of the District Superintendent, Government
..ireless Service, Victoria, and Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa.
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not receive payment.
G. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service.
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, November 29, 1911.
to keep an exact account of the lumber taken.
~ (Continued on Page Eight)
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Law,  Wm.   M  18
Bacon, James H  18
Bacon, James H  18
Baird, T. M  18
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Cotes, Edward & Sarah  18
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Hays,  Chas.  M  19
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Hays, Chas. M  19
Hays,  Chas.  M  19
Wenger, Christian    19
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Macey, S. F  19
McNeill, N.  M  19
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Thorsch & Sons  19
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Thorsch, M., & Sons  19
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Orde, E.. D., & Bell, W. H  19
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Hobbs, Frank J  19
Todd,  Hugh     19
Alder,  W.  J  19
Baker, James    19
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Westenhaver, John D  20
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Clapp, Margaret E  20
Thompson, James H  20
Harrison, S., & Co  20
Munn,   L.   G  20
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City of Prince Rupert     20
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Hilditch,  John H  20
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Barro.w, A. R. M  20
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Hasakamp, Herman J  22
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Alder,   W.   J  22
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Manson,  Wm  23
Patmore, L. w  23
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Thorsch, M„ & Sons  23
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274.85
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Thursday, December 14, 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     2,4
Ruchl,  Max  C  25
Ruchl, Max C  25
Ruchl, Max C  25
Scott, P. W  25
Benson, W. S  25
Neilands,  T.   F  26
Neilands, T. F  25
Macey, S.. F  25
Macey, S. F  25
Neilands,  T.  F  25
Neilands,  T.   F  25
Davis, T. T  26
Davis, T. T  26
Hunter, A.  M  25
Hunter,  A.  M  . 26
Hunter, A.  M  25
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  25
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  26
Bennett, Geo., & Turner, David  25
Horner, Wm  25
Bianco,  Victor     25
Bianco,  Victor     25
1'eierlien, J.  L  25
Deierlien, J.  L      25
Steele, Ida M. R. & J. F  25
Steele, Ida M. R. & J   F  25
Lee,   Sam     28
Hanson, Louis     25
Hanson,  Louis     26
Black,   Peter     26
Black, Peter    25
Black, Peter    25
Zadeilovicb, Martin    26
Steele, J. F  26
Steele, J. F  26
Carroll,  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
Owens, 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,  .1.   A  27
Munroe, J. A  27
Munroe, Kenneth     27
Munroe, Kenneth     27
Kelly,  Wilfrid   (Estate)     27
Swanson,  Alfred     27
Thorsch, M., & Sons  28
Thorsch, M., & Sons  28
Thorsch, M., & Sons    28
Fournler,  J.   B  28
Fournler,  J.   B  28
Morrow, Geo. W  2l>
Mah, Yet  28
Evans,  W. H  28
Evans,  W. H  28
Gordin, A. R  28
Gordln, 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, O. R. T  29
Yager, Emmanuel   & Nickerson, Q. W. 29
Leduc,  J.   C  29
Leduc,  J.   C  29
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1   2nd Ave.
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9    9th St.
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100
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10    9th St.
56
100
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10   3rd Ave.
72
25
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72
25
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4520.88
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26   3rd Ave.
72
62.79
2260.44
221.88
26   2nd Ave.
94
137.39
6457.33
633.85
1    11th St.
72
100
3600
353.37
1   2nd Ave.
94
26
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2
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23   2nd Ave.
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4229.53
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23   Park Ave.
94
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5480.67
537.98
24
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52    11th St.
72
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53
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94
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72
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93.75
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94
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9.30
9.30
9.30
4.65
14.47
14.47
6.07
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
6.07
14.47
14.47
4.65
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
4.65
14.46
24.28
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
6.07
14.46
14.47
4.65
9.30
9.30
9.30
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
10.90
23.35
11.68
33.36
18.60
6.07
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.15
12.15
12.14
12.15
12.15
12.15
12.15
21.85
28.32
46.14
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
12.15
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.15
12.15
9.62
19.17
22.26
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
25.03
4.93
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
18.60
6.07
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.15
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
12.14
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5800.00
6700.00
5600.00
5500.00
5500.00
5500.00
5500.00
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8600.00
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5500.00
5500.00
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5500.00
5500.00
6200.00
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5000.00
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4500.00
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17.63
17.04
16.75
16.45
16.16
16.16
16.16
16.16
17.63
24.96
20.56
16.16
16.16
16.16
16.16
16.16
16.16
15.28
14.69
14.69
14.69
14.69
19.10
24.97
23.50
16.16
14.69
13.22
13.22
13.22
13.22
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
13.22
16.16
17.64
11.16
11.75
13.22
14.69
14.69
14.69
16.16
20.57
16.16
11.75
10.28
10.28
10.29
10.29
10.29
9.40
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
14.68
23.50
10.28
7.35
5.88
5.88
5.29
4.99
4.70
4.11
3.53
3.53
3.53
3.53
8.23
8.23
8.23
8.23
8.23
8.80
8.80
8.81
8.81
8.81
23.50
10.28
4.99
4.70
4.70
4.41
4.11
4.11
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.67
3.53
3.53
3.63
3.53
3.53
3.38
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.53
4.70
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.53
3.53
3.82
4.11
2.94
2.35
2.35
2.64
2.94
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.23
3.63
4.41
10.28
7.35
5.88
5.88
5.88
6.88
2.94
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
2.64
260.00
26.93
26.34
26.05
25.75
26.46
25.46
25.46
25.46
26.93
29.61
14.47
35.03
6.07
28.30
28.30
28.30
28.30
28.30
28.30
27.42
26.83
26.83
26.83
26.83
31.24
31.04
14.47
37.97
4.65
25.46
23.99
22.52
22.52
22.52
22.52
21.64
21.64
21.64
21.64
21.64
22.52
20.81
14.46
41.92
23.30
23.89
25.36
26.83
26.83
26.83
28.30
26.64
14.46
30.63
4.65
21.05
19.58
19.58
21.19
21.19
21.19
20.30
19.71
19.71
19.71
19.71
19.71
19.71
38.03
35.18
33.36
28.88
6.07
19.49
18.02
18.02
17.43
17.13
16.84
16.25
15.67
15.67
15.67
10.67
20.37
20.37
20.37
20.38
20.38
20.94
20.95
20.96
20.96
20.96
45.35
28.32
56.42
18.10
17.81
17.81
17.62
17.22
17.22
16.93
16.93
16.93
16.93
16.93
16.93
16.93
15.82
15.67
15.67
15.67
15.67
15.67
16.52
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16.37
15.37
15.37
15.37
15.38
15.38
13.16
19.17
26.96
12.53
12.53
12.63
12.83
12.83
13.12
29.14
4.93
12.24
11.65
11.65
11.94
12.24
12.63
12.63
12.53
12.63
12.53
12.63
12.83
13.71
28.88
6.07
19.49
18.02
18.02
18.02
18.03
15.08
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.64
SMITH'S ::
PHONE 55
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;  $2,500 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 insured loose no time in seeing us.
Look for our announcement of NEW HAZELTON Townsite.
M.M. Stephens & Co. Li.
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
iiylaw.
Dated at the City of Prince Rupert, Province of British Columbia,
this 23rd day of November, A. D.,
1911. FREDERICK PETERS,
Solicitor for the City of Prince Rupert, Applicants. n27J10
New Wellington
COAL
FREE FROM DUST
DOES NOT CLINKER
ROGERS & BLACK
SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 110 PHONE 110
I Customs Broker
STORAGE
Forwarding,  Distributing   and ♦
Shipping  Agent *
Special attention given to stor- *
age of  Household  Goods  and f
Baggage *
DOUGLAS        SUTHERLAND   *
v
First  Ave.  Near  McBride   St. %
P. O. Box 007 Phone 262 |
E. L. FISHER
Funeral Director & Embalmer
CHARGES   REASONABLE
317 THIRD AVE.  PHONE 350
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Einbalmers.     Open   Day   and
Night.    Ladies'   Assistant   In
Attendance
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE,
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE a STORAGE
G. T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
Office at H. B. Rochester, Centre St
LADYSMITH COAL
Ii handled by us.  All orders receive
prompt attention.  Phone No. (8.
The
Jewelery Store
Umbrella
AN IDEAL XNAS 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.
I Thursday, December 14, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
as
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
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
Basso-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 & Gibbons    29
Watson,  Mrs.  Mildred     30
Williams  &  Lynch     30
Burgess, Chas. E  30
Burgess, Chas. E  30
Dyer, J. E  30
Dyer, J. E  80
Jones, Mrs. Hannah Watts  30
Thompson,  Dr.  Alfred     30
Peck, CyruB 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
Relnhold,  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     80
Irwin-Perks,  Mrs.  Isabel     30
Irwin-Perks, Mrs. Isabel    30
Irwin-Perks, Mrs. Isabel    30
Clements,   P.   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.   G  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.  &  B.
North 60ft.; John Leggatt S. 40ft.). 32
Christiansen &  Brandt  Co.   (C.  &  B.
North 60ft; Leggatt, John, S 40ft) . 32
Christiansen  &  Brandt  Co.   (C.  &  B.
North 60ft; Leggatt, John, S. 40ft.) . 32
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     IM
■jSprsoh, M„ & Sons    32
Tnorsch, M., & Sons    32
Mitchell, E. C  33
Mitchell, 10. C  33
Mitajtell, E, C  3„
Bennett, Geo .'  33
Bennett, Geo  33
Newman, Robt. L  33
Smith,  .lames  A  33
McCaffery,   M.   P  3,,
McCaffery, M. P., & Gibbons, E. C.  . . . 33
Hyde,  It.  C  88
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
Garvlch, 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  .-4
Pethic,   aoo.  H  34
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
Scott, P. W  34
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11.75
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72
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56
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56
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72
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11.75
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56
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56
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56
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8.81
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66
25
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68.71
3.62
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11.75
15.37
20
6th St.
66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
1
6 th St.
66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
10500.00
30.85
45.32
1
3rd Ave.
72
25
900
88.34
4.65
4.65
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72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
8500.00
24.97
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66
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277.18
14.53
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CONTRACTOR   WINS
AS   TO   DAMAGES
(Continued From  Page Five)
On the point of liquidated damages His Lordship said he would give
a deduction of fifty days to cover
the slrlke period and other delays.
Would   Have  Reserved   Decision
He could not regard this amount
named in the contract as pre-estimat-
ed, but in view of the case quoted by
Mr. Peters, the view might be that
later authorities looked upon the
point differently to what he had expressed  his  view.
He would have reserved judgment
on this point had it not been for the
evidence of the city engineer that
there had been an error of judgment
in fixing the time. Were the legal
points the only ones, he would have
reserved judgment. But according
to the engineer the time was inequitable. He put the odium on the city
of seeking a decision on a legal point
when in the matter of justice and
common honesty it had not a leg
to stand on. He allowed $3,300 on
this point.
On the point of $92.50 for extra
removal of muskeg, he allowed that
claim.
As to the allowance claimed for
extras on account of the city introducing retaining walls, he found no
balance of disadvantage against the
contractors and decided in favor of
the city.
On the culvert he found no loss
to the contractors. This point was
covered in the contract, the city being allowed to proceed with its work
during the progress of the work.
As to Strike
As to the strike, he remained of
the same opinion as previously
stated.
The first question as far as the
corporation was concerned was as to
whom it owed a duty. It was not to
the contractors alone. It was to the
whole community, and even beyond
that. It Svas a discretionary power
that was reposed in it. It was a
delicate question for a judge to sit
in judgment after the event and
call in judgment the actions of those
charged with the enforcement of the
law. He had found no negligence
on the part of the corporation. It
might very well have been in the
best interests of the city. He could
not see that any claim was recoverable by the contractors. The city
was not responsible for damages.
This did not modify in any degree
his feeling as to the iniquity of the
city to attempt to recover from the
contractors for loss during the time
of the strike.
He found that there was to be a
large amount of waste to be dumped
on low' lying lots. Later this was
wound would not be allowed. It
was understood then that no waste
would be deposited below Beach
Place. He would allow 25 cents a
yard   for  2,000   yards  deposited   be
low   Beach   P?ace,  or  $500,  on  that
count.
A Reprimand
As to costs, the natural order
would be to allow general costs to
the plaintiff, deducting that In
which the other side had succeeded.
This would be hard to work out.
He had therefore decided to apportion  them  himself.
There had been a loss of time
early in the case from an unwarranted attempt on behalf of the
plaintiff to establish a claim that
there was no time limit and also to
attach odium to the city engineer
on a charge of collusion. On these
points they had failed entirely, and
he felt they should be penalized to
an extent. He would allow plaintiff two-thirds of the costs of the
action.
Alex. Manson, representing Williams & Manson, said there had been
no intention on the part of his firm
to cast any reflections.
"You made a distinctly ill choice
of your English then,'' returned His
Lordship.
Mr. Manson admitted that perhaps
they had, but pleaded that they were
both young men in practice. He did
not think it should call for reduced
counsel fees as there had been a
lot of work involved.
His Lordship said he would allow
the two of them $100 a day counsel
fees.
Kelly Gets Judgment
In the case of Kelly vs. City of
Prince Rupert, tried a few days before, His Lordship gave judgment
immediately following the other. He
gave judgment for the plaintiff with
costs.
LADY  BARRISTER
The Court of Appeal in Vancouver
reserved judgment on the admissibility of Miss Mabel P. French to
practise as a barrister in British Columbia. The appeal was against the
judgment of Mr.. Justice Morrison,
who decided that women were not
entitled to practise law in this province under the terms of the Legal
Professions Act.
J. A. Russel, on behalf of the appellant, argued yesterday that no decision could he found either in England or any British colony forbidding women to practise at the bar,
with the exception of that of the Supreme court of New Brunswick in
the case of Miss French herself. That
court had decided that the word
"person" employed in the Act did
not include women. The legislature
of New Brunswick thought differently and afterwards passed an act
to enable Miss French to practise.
Furthermore, the statutes of British
Columbia provided that any barrister admitted to practise in another
province should be admitted in British Columbia also on passing the
necessary examination. Miss French
was a  barrister in  another province
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Jackson, M. B	
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Emad,  Elias   	
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McLaughlin, W. B., & Spencer, S. A.
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Ross, Joseph  C	
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Robertson, John F	
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Hall, Wm.  S	
Hanson, Mrs. J.  M	
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Ramsay,   James   	
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Munday, H. E	
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Munday, H. E	
Palmer,  P.  I	
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Agnew,  A.  W	
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Gollin,   VV.  W	
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Young,  John   	
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& Camozzi, S	
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56
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66
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94
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72
134.14
9658.08
948.00
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5000.00
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64.60
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a sitting of the Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing complaints against the said assessments will be held In the City Hall at 10:30 o'clock, A.M. on Thursday, the 4th  day of January, 1912.
Any person desiring to appeal against the said assessment must d o so in writing, and all notices of appeal shall be served upon the City
Clerk at least eight (8) days prior to the sitting of the said Court of  Revision.
Dated at Prince Rupert this 8th day of  December, A. D., 1911.
ERNEST A. WOODS, City Clerk.
J. C. McLENNAN, Assessor and Collector.
and could not be denied the right
of examination here. He further
contended that the progress of the
age made for the emancipation of
women, and laws were intended to
change with changing conditions.
L. G. McPhillips, K.C. appearing
for the Benchers' Association, held
that the word "person" as applied
to those allowed to practise was Intended to mean males only. This
was shown by the fact that the pro
nouns "he" or "him" were always
used in reference to It. He pointed
out that to his knowledge in none
of the courts of England had a woman ever been called; that this was
the interpretation of the courts in
Canada, and it was only by the legislature passing an enabling act that
a woman had ever been entitled to
practise In Canada. The Benchers'
Association simply desired to have
the position made clear.
Chief Justice Macdonald announced that the court would consider the cases quoted and reserve
decision.
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Hotel.    Apply between 12 and 3.
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McINTYRE BLOCK
ASK US ABOUT THEN
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