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VOLUME I.
PRINCE  RUPERT,   B.   C.   WEDNESDAY,   DECEMBER   13,   1911.
Price, Five Cents.
NO. 20.
THE COURT'S VIEW
Mr.
Justice Clement Outlines Points
Upon Which he will Require
Argument.
He   Tells   Counsel   How   He   Looks
Upon  the Contract Question
at Conclusion of Evidence
In the Supreme Court yesterday
the taking of evidence in the case of
Watson vs. City of Prince Rupert
was completed. The address of
counsel remains for today. Before
adjournment, Mr. Justice Clement intimated for the benefit of counsel
the lines along which he felt Inclined
to give his decision so that counsel
might direct attention to these
■ points if they wished. His Lordship
said he felt that the $750 deduction made byt the city should not
be allowed, not as to measurement,
but on the legal aspect of it. Ou
the subject of liquidated damage,
he was Inclined against the city as
to the strike period, and, in fact, as
to any liquidated damages. On the
retaining wall point, he felt that the
contractor gained by reason of the
wall being built, rather than suffered
damage. The city was not liable for
any damages during the strike, he
felt. As to the disposal of waste,
he felt inclined to allow 25 cents a
cubic yard for that deposited beyond
Beach Place, or 2,500 yards. A
number of lesser amounts he did
not feel like referring to.
On the opening of court in the
morning Colonel Davis again took
the stand for cross-examination.
Witness said he ept account of all
the lumber taken away because he
would want to know how much to
return to the contractors. He did
not know that the contractors were
notified when planking was talcen
away. Witness gave specific Instructions for the removal of the materia]
from time to time.
With respect to the settling of the
fill, witness said that Watson explained that the material on the lots
was due to the fill -yreailug out.
Witness had examined it from time
to time and he was convinced there
was no spreading out. He had given
this opinion based on expert knowledge and on what he actually saw on
the ground which bore this out.
In estimating the amount of filling on the lots, his assistants, he understood, had not used instruments.
It was a rough estimate of 2,200
yards. A deduction of 7,500 yards
was later made to allow a liberal
allowance.
Questioned as to the angle of the
slope, witness said he had seen figures taken that morning by Mr. Oakley and an assistant. It showed that
the slope was about 1% to 1. With
a 40-foot ase there was a vertical
height of 29 feet.
At least three owners of lots had
spoken to him about the dumping on
these low lots. The complaints of
these owners would not be the sole
reason for his interfering with Watson in tbe matter. The city would
be liable If the material was left on
the lots. Colonel Davis said that his
attention, he felt sure, was called
,} to the dumping on the lots by his
construction engineer.
The specifications being produced,
the witness was asked what was the
object of the disposition clause.
His Lordship wanted to know
aboift the proposed dumping on the
low lots.
Witness said that he had expected
that there would be no difficulty
about getting leave to dump waste
on their lots.
His Lordship said he could not
see, for the life of him, why these
owners sheuld not allow their lots
to be filled.
Witness called attention to the
fact that it was specified that the
material should life dumped in such
of the places as were designated.
His Lordship agreed with this,
saying no doubt the city effectively
saved itself by this clause.
Later, witness said that when he
found that these lot owners had a
belief that the Q. T. P, would give
them sidings, he did not attempt to
get permission to dump on them.
In reply to His Lordship, witness
said that the dumping elsewhere
than on low-lying lots close to the
cut would extend the time for the
completion of the contract. He
could not say just how long.
On the point that the city engineer
not giving the contractors access to
the final estimates before It was sub
mitted to the council, His Lordship
said that while this was the practice he did not think it was a proper
course. He did not reflect at all
upon the engineer, but he thought it
was not a good practice.
Mr. Peters asked leave to deal
with this aspect before His Lordship
disposed of it.
The court said he did not regard
it as material.
Colonel Davis asked leave to explain. He said that the practice followed here was the usual one in
municipal works. If access were
given to the figures there was liable
to be charges of collusion and of
graft.
His Lordship hardly thought this
should follow.
Mr. Peters pointed out that nowhere was the practice used of submitting the figures to the contractors before the council reiceved it.
Witness saidd Watson knew the
final estimate was being prepared,
and should have put in any claims
he had.
Colonel Davis said that all damage done the contractor by reason
of the construction of retaining
walls should be allowed.
5 While any extra expense, like removing and returning rails, might
be allowed in a case like that of
the removal of extra muskeg, yet
the actual removal of muskeg and
filling-in would come under the general terms of the contract.
Witness said he always felt that
if reasonable dispatch was shown by
the contractors the liquidated damages should not be collected. He
had not allowed in the estimate for
working on Sunday. He had held
the opinion at that time that the
contractors should not work on Sundays.
He personally had no objection to
contractors subletting provided reliable sub-contractors were employed.
About March 27 the Streets Committee ordered that no subletting should
be allowed.
In reply to the court, witness said
that Watson had, in his opinion,
used due diligence in completing the
work.
Upon resuming in the afternoon
the first witness was Mayor Manson.
He said that at the time he left ihe
city to attend the legislature there
was no strike. The force was then
under Chief McCarvill and was sufficient for the needs.
When witness returned, on March
15, his first, idea was to bring the
two sides together, the contractors
and the men. He got the two sides
together, a number of the contrac-
(Continued on Page Eight)
WILL RUSH WORK
G.T.P. is Pressing its Contractors to Lose
no Time in Completing
Line.
There is Every Indication That Next
Summer Much of the Line
Will He Completed
Vancouver, Dec. 12.—There will
be an era of unprecedented activity
in railway construction circles next
year, as the management of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway has intimated to Messrs. Foley, Welch &
Stewart its desire that the uncompleted 415-mile gap between Tete
Jaune Cache, fifty miles west of Yellowhead Pass, and Aldermere In the
Bulkley Valley, be completed without any delay.
Owing to the departure for Paris
of J. W. Stewart, the managing director, Pat Welch, a partner in the
firm, has gone to Edmonton and
Winnipeg on business in connection
with the award of subcontracts for
the eastern half of the work. It
is understood that the subcontracts
for the western portion of the gap
will be awarded to various subcontractors who are now engaged on the
line east of Hazelton.
Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart
last fall were given the contract for
the entire unfinished gap. They
have gangs in the field clearing the
right-of-way from both ends. The
firm is also building the sternwheel
steamboats at Tete Jaune Cache for
tne purpose of distributing material
and supplies along the route between
that point and Fort George. The
south fork of the Fraser b)as been
demonstrated to be navigable from
the end of April until October. The
two boats will be launched next
spring.
CAPITAL OF INDIA
WILL BE DELHI
Reception Given King George and Queen Nary is Such
that the Removal of the Seat of Government
will be made to the old Head of
Sovereignty in the Indian
Empire
Delhi, Dec. 12.—The King and
Queen were proclaimed today Emperor and Empress of India. The
culminating act in the British monarch's accession took place amid a
scene for which richness of color and
magnificence of decorations have
never been surpassed in modern
times.
The    announcement    was    made
through the Viceroy that the King
personally had given large sums of
money for popular education. It was
also added that further handsome
figts would also be made.
So pleased was, His Majesty with
the reception given at Delhi that the
capital of the Indian Empire will be
removed from Calcutta to Delhi, it
was announced on behalf of His Majesty.
CROPS UN-THRESHED
* Winnipeg,  Dec.   12.—Accord- *
* ing to Mr. Castle, the Dominion *
* warehouse commission, from 30 *
* to  40  per cent of  the  Western *
* Canada grain  crop  is still  un- *
* threshed in the fields. *
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Among the arrivals in the city yesterday by the Princess May was
W. G. McMorris, the head of the
Canadian Pacific Coal Company. He'
is on his way to the mine near Queen
Charlotte City to inspect the work
going on there. He is accompanied
by Mr. Davis of Revelstoke and a
small party of others interested in
the property. They left by the Princess Mary for the Queen Charlottes.
TTRTTIN MILL
Lumber Company in Oregon Suffers
Heavy Loss by Con-
Ullgrltlori
Portland, Ore., Dec. 12.—A fire
that originated in the dynamo room
of the Western Oregon Lumber Company at JInnton has consumed the
entire plant. The loss is estimated
at over $150,000.
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WIRELESS HOUSE
Dominion    Government    Will    Build
Additional Accommodation
for the Staff
The Dominion government is to
provide additional accommodation
for the staff at the wireless station
on Digby Island. This is in common
with a similar move at Point Grey
and also at Cape Lazo. An all night
service being now maintained at this
point, it has been decided to provide
a home for the second and third
operators as well as those in charge.
The houses to be erected are frame
ones, of about six rooms.
ANOTHER STRANDING
Queen City on Run of the Steamer Tees
Has Gone Ashore on West Coast
of Vancouver Island.
Assistance Is Being Sent to Vessel,
Which  Is  Apparently in
No Danger
*****   *
GIVEN  SENTENCE
* London,    Dec.    12.—Twenty- *
* two   of   the  suffragrettes   who *
* were    recently    arrested    with •
* others following the raid on the *
* House of Commons have been *
* sentnenced   to   two   months   in *
* prison. *
******
•   *   *   *
H.I.C.
MEM ORAMOUM
OPEN     EVENINGS    UNTIL   9    O'CLOCK
WE LOANED
MONEY
PER CENT
TO BOILD
THIS HOUSE
WE LOANED
MONEY
AT
5
PER CENT
TO BUILD
THIS HOUSE
LET US LOAN YOU THE MONEY TO BUY Ofi 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.
Victoria, Dec. 12.—Leaving Alberni this morning, the steamer
Queen City, relieving tbe steamer
Tees, went ashore at Dunsmuir
Point.
The vessel Is held fast by the
bow. She is in no danger. The
Queen City has a full complement of
passengers for west coast points.
Tugs and the steamer Salvor has
gone to her assistance.
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ABROGATE TREATY
Washington Takes Exception to Treatment of American Jews in
Russian Territory.
It Is Complained That Passports Are
Not  Recognized   by  the
European Country
Washington, Dec. 12.—The House
committee on foreign affairs agreed
today on the Sulzer resolution directing the immediate abrogation of the
treaty of 1832 between the United
States and Russia. The complaint
is because of discrimination by the
latter country against American Jewish citizens in the non-recognition
of passports.
OffhN SOI Nil KIBE
Ontario Port on Georgian  Bay  Suffers Severely—Over a Million
Dollar  Loss
Owen Sound, Dec. 12.—This city
was visited by the worst fire In Its
histy last night, when the entire elevator plant, including two elevators
and a million bushels of grain belonging to the C. P. R., were destroyed, nothing being saved. The
steamers Athabasca and Keewatin
were damaged also, as were a number of buildings in the vicinity. The
loss exceeds a million dollars.
Accidental  Death
A verdict in the case of Muslke
Ragkovlch who was shot by the discharge of his own rifle while out
hunting, was reached hy the coroner's jury last night. It found that
death was accidental.
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Probationers Engaged
The house committee of the hospital has engaged two probationers
for the institution. They will enter
upon their duties at once Two moro
will be engaged applications being
now Invited for the post.
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 h ereinafter mentioned, the sums of money for the length of time set
opposite each said lots, as follows:—
FIFTY  YEAH LOAN WITH INTEREST AT FOUR AXI) ONE HALF PER CENT.
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, $15,7110.11.
Total  Assessed Value as per Assessment Roll, $5,374,000.00   (changing
yearly).
Rate on Assessed Value, 1911 Roll, .002938 Mills (changing yearly).
SECTION 1.
FRONTAGE  ASSESSMENT.
LAND  VALUE
ASSESSMENT.
Name of Owner.
Lynch, Wm. P. & John    1 1
Pattullo, T. D  i 2
Pattullo, T. D  l 3
Couture, Alice  1 4
Couture, Alice    l 5
Leduc,  J.  C  1 6
Leduc, J. C  1 7
Besner, Oiler & Fanny    1 8
Besner, Olier & Fanny    l 9
Corrall,  Joseph     1 10
Palmer, P. I  l 11
Hansen, Louis    l 12
McAulay,   Wm  l 13
Magar, Geo  1 14
Magar, Geo  l is
Scott, Geo. D  1 16
Scott, Geo.  D  . l 17
Camossi, S., & Bregolise, Baldo    2 1
Camossi, S., & Bregolise, Baldo    2 2
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■ PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Wednesday, December 13, 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, Win	
Delasala, Francis  	
Delasala, Francis  	
Kay,   John   B	
Kay, John B	
Kimball, Lester  	
Le Tface, E. C	
Le Trace, E. C	
Hartley,  Geo.  C	
Hartley,  Geo. C	
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.  O	
Rogers, W. 0	
Walker, Thomas W.   	
Leek, George  	
Trimm, G. F	
Trimm, G. F	
Trimm,   G.   F	
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	
Thorsch, Alfous   	
Thorsch, Alfous   	
Lynch, John M	
Lynch, John M	
Lynch, John  M	
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  	
Buli-hak,  John   	
Trimm, G. F	
Bacon,   James   II	
Ross,   Robert   	
Ross,   Robert   	
Man-, Anna R	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F	
Little, A.  C, & Stewart, A. M	
Little, A. 0., & Stewart, A. M	
Little, A. 0., and Stewart, A. M	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm   G. F	
Sweet, Geo. A., & Trimm, G. F	
McNeill,  Dr. Neil M	
McNeill, Dr. Neil M	
Nicol,  J.   U	
Nirjol, J. IJ	
Smith, James A	
Panvini,  K	
Wong, Chen   	
McFarlane, .1. W	
McFarlane   .1. W	
Vickers,   Lucy   	
Stephens, M, M., et  Halsey, J. C	
Smith, II. McB.	
Smith,  II.  Me-ll	
Wooley,  II.  G	
Wooley.  H.  G	
Hall,  Mrs.  Dr	
Hall,  Mrs.  Grace  G	
Westenhaver, Chas. C	
Yeo,   Edwin   	
Yeo,   Edwin   	
Basso-Bert, (3	
Turner   Henry W	
BasBO-Bert, V	
Timmlns, Mrs. .1. C	
Timmlns, Mis. J. C	
Timmlns, Mrs. .1. ('	
Clements,  P. B	
Cle eiicnes,  1-'.  S	
Clements, i-'. s	
Couture, Alice  	
Broderick, A. 'I'	
North Western Loan & Inv. Co	
North Western Loan & Inv. Co	
Brown, Austin M	
Cockshutt, Frank 	
Cockshutt,   Frank   	
White,  Geo,   II	
Kelly,  Wilfred   I Estate)   	
Viereck, K. G.  & Kelly, Wllfd. (Estate)
Vieree k, J.  G.   	
McLeod, Malcolm  	
elcEae   ei ee. lil	
lm, .1. -I	
Dunn, Hugh M	
Smith, J. P	
on, Dr. It.  1)	
e lariepy, i '•• &  E	
Fuller, P. -I	
Puller, P, -1	
Hamilton, Harry  	
Kerr, W. 1)	
Woodworth, Ernest  	
Smith, Kenneth  	
Sargeant, W. J	
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1 10th St.          56
2 Water St.        72
100
25
2800
1800
274.85
176.69
14.47
9.30
2000.00
5.88
14.47
15.18
4
4
3
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Examinations on Coal, Metals, Oil.
4
4
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
709 Dunsmuir St.      Vancouver, B.C.
4
5
'                 72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
4
4
6
7
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.68
176.68
9.30
9.30
1700.00
1600.00
4.99
4.70
14.29
14.00
RITCHIE & AGNEW
4
8
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1500.00
4.41
13.71
cavil Engineers
4
9      Beach Place      72
20
900
88.34
4.65
1000.00
2.94
7.59
4
10
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1100.00
3.23
12.53
Dominion and British Columbia Land
4
11
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1200.00
3.53
12.83
Surveyors. Mine Surveyors. Reports,
4
12
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
Estimates and Surveying
4
13
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1500.00
4.41
13.71
4
14
15
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.68
176.68
9.30
9.30
1600.00
2000.00
4.70
5.88
14.00
16.18
OFFICE:   Rand  Bldg,  Second  Ave.
4*
4
16
72
25
90U
88.34
4.65
4.65
J. L. PARKER
4
16          10th St.          56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
2500.00
7.35
21.82
5
1          11th    St.        72
100
3600
353.37
18.60
2500.00
7.35
25.95
MINING ENGINEER
b
1        Water St.        72
25
900
88.34
4.65
4.65
Prince Rupert, B. C.
b
2
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
6
3
1
25
1800
176.69
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Open for Conni! .ation and Mine
6
4
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30 '
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Examination
6
6
*                72
26
1800
176.69
9.30'
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Temporary Address:—
6
6
"                72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Prince Rupert Inn
6
6
7
8
72
72
2o
25
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
5.88
5.88
15.18
15.18
FREDERICK PETERS, K. C.
6
9
10
11
12
72
72
72
72
25
25
25
1800
1800
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
5.88
5.88
6.88
15.18
15.18
15.18
6
5
5
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public
1(6.69
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
6
13
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Office in
5
14
72
25
1800
176.68
9.29
2000.00
6.88
16.1T
EXCHANGE BLOCK
b
15
16
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.68
176.60
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
5.88
5.88
15.18
15.18
0
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S. D. D. s.
b
17
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
:-:   DENTIST   :•:
6
18
19
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.68
176.68
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
5.88
5.88
15.18
15.18
b
6
20
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
Crown and Bridge Work a specialty.
6
21
72
' 25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.88
15.18
All    dental     operations    skillfully
6
22
72
26
900   '
88.34
4.65
3000.00
8.81   '
13.46
treated.   Oas and local anaesthetics
6
22          10 th St.         56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
14.47
administered   for   the  painless  ex
6
23          10 th St.         66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
2600.00
7.35
21.82
traction of teeth.   Consultation free.
5
23 Beach Place      72
24 "               72
25
25
900
1800
88.34
1(6.68
4.65
9.30
2000.00
5.88
4.65
15.18
Offices, Helgerson TVl., Prince Rupert
b
6
25
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.69
H. Cordon Munro   W.Nlci*>olson Lailey
6
26
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
6.29
14.59
6
27
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.69
MUNRO & LAILEY
b
28
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
5
29
72
25
1800
1V6.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
ARCHITECTS
6
30
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
b
31
72
fed
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
5
32
72
25
180u
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
P. O. BOX 14        PRINCE RUPERT
5
33
34
72
72
25
2t>
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.29
1800.00
1800.00
5.29
5.29
14.59
14.58
5
5
6
35
36
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
1800.00
1800.00
5.29
5.29
14.59
14.59
J. H. HILDITCH
6
5
37
38
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
1800.00
1800.00
5.29
5.29
14.69
14.59
Contractor and Builder
5
39
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.28
14.58
Estimates given on all c asses of
5
40
72
26
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.28
14.58
work, whether sm. U or large.    Per
6
41
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.28
14.58
sonal attention given to every Item.
6
42
72
25
1800
1/6.69
9.30
,     1800.00
5.28
14.58
PHONE GREEN 321.
6
43
44
72
72
25
25
1800
900
176.69
88.34
9.30
4.65
2000.00
2500.00
5.88
7.35
15.18
12.00
6
5
44          11th St.          72
100
iuOO
3o3.37
18.60
18.60
Get Your Work Done by an Expert
6
1         2nd
Ave.          94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
2000.00
6.88
18.02
Razors Honed, Saws Filed, Grinding
6
6
2
3
'                 94
•   94
25
25
2350
2350
230.68
230.68
12.14
12.14
2000.00
2500.00
5.88
7.35
18.02
19.49
of   All   Kinds,   Carpets   and   Rugs
6
4
94
25
1175
115.34
6.07
3500.00
10.28
16.35
Cleaned,   Furniture   Repaired,   Job
6
4          11th St.          72
100
3600
353.37
18.60
18.60
Work.   . Prices   Reasonable.
6
5
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
2200.00
6.46
15.76
Next to Norfolk Hotel
6
6
6               *
7
72
72
'   25
25
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
5.88
5.88
15.18
15.18
Sixth Avenue and Fulton
8
72
72
25
25
1800
1800
176.69
176.69
9.30
9.30
2000.00
2000.00
5.87
5.87
15.17
15.17
6
9
6
10
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
u     S-""*,
6
11 •
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1800.00
5.29
14.59
^T§k. J&S&. jtt,
6
12
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1700.00
4.99
14.29
Ik/jbB?w*
6
13
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1600.00
4.70
14.00
■/•^w^ir^v
6
14
72
25
1S0U
176.68
9.30
1600.00
4.70
14.00
1»rZ Rwtsew] if-r
6
15
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1700.00
4.99
14.29
«J«5«iSlr|§r-"'pii_.
6
16
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
2000.00
5.87
15.17
"^'Sp^'J "^Sr^
7
1       Beach Place       72
36
2592
254 43
13.39
1800.00
5.29
18.68
■^rat--*
7
2                 •
72
36
2592
254.43
13.39
1800.00
5.29
18.68
CANCELLATION OP RESERVE
7
3                 •
4
72
72
33
25
2376
1800
233.23
176.69
12.27
9.30
2000.00
iooo'.oo
5.88
2.94
18.15
12.24
7
7
5
72
25
1800
176.69
9.3.0
1000.00
2.94
12.24   '
NOTICE is hereby given that the
7
6
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1200.00
3.53
12.83
reserve existing over Crown lands on
7
7
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1200.00
3.53
12.83
the Morrice  River, Range  6,  Coast
7
8
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1300.00
3.82 .
13.12
District, notice of which bearing date
7
9
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
of May 5th, 1910, was published in
7
10
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
the Br'tish Columbia Gazette of May
7
11
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
5th, 1910, is cancelled in so far as
7
12
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
it relates to the lands surveyed as
7
13
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
Lots 3881,  3882,. 3883,  3884,  3886,
7
14
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
3886, 3887, 3888, 3889, 3890, 3891,
7
15
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
14*0.00
4.11
13.41
3892, 3893, 3894, 3895, 3896, 3897,
7
16
72
25
1800
"176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
3898, 3899, 3900, 3901, 3902, 3903,
7
17
72
25
1S00
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
3904, 3905, 3906, 3907, 3908,, 3909,
7
IS
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
and 3910.
7
19
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
ROBERT A. RENWICK,
7
20
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
Deputy Minister of Lands.
V
21
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
Department of Lands, Victoria, B. C.
1
22                  '
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
7
23
72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.12
13.42
September 12, 1911.            s22-d22
7
24
72
72
72
25
, 25
25
1800
1800
1800
176.68
176.68
176.68
9.30
9.30
9.30
1400.00
1400.00
1400.00
4.12
4.12
4.11
13.42
13.42
13.41
7
25
26
7
The Thompsonj
7
27
72
25
1800
176.68
9.3 0
1400.00
4.11
13.41
7
28
72
26
ISOO
176.08
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
7
29
72
25
1S00
176.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
7
30
72
25
1800 .
1 (6.68
9.30
1400.00
4.11
13.41
7
7
31
32
72
72
25
2T.
1800
ISOO
176.lis
176.IIS
9.80
■   9.29
1600.00
1800.00
•    4.70
6.29
14.00
14.58
: Hardware Co. j
7
S3
72
25
900
SS.34
4.65
2500.00
7.35
12.00
y
7
33          11th
St.           72
100
3000
353.37
IS.60
18.60
"   830 Second Ave. — Phone 101   T
7
34     ,             "                  72
100
25
30110
353.37
18.60
6.07
12.14
4000.00
11.75
30.35
6 07
••                                                 4
7
86
94
2 5
2350
230.67
3000.00
8.81
20.95
T
7
36
B4
25
235(1
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
,,    Paints. General Hardware,    I
7
37
94
25
23511
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
T
7
38
04
25
2350
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
1'     Oils, Stoves and Ranges.     ♦
7
39
II 'I
25
2350
230.(IS
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
7
40
94
2 5
2350
230.OS
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
T
41
42
94
94
2 5
2 5
23 50
23 50
230.68
230.68
12.14
12.14
3000.00
3000.00
8.81
S.82
20.95
20.96
7
■I
43
94
25
2350
230.68
12.14
3000.00
8.82
20.96
LIQUOR ACT, 11)10
7
44
94
■I ~
2350
230.6S
12.14
3000.00
8.82
20.96
Section  36
7
45
0 4
25
2350
230.6S
12.14
3000.00
8.82
20.96
7
46
04
25
2350
23 0.6S
12.14    ,
3000.00
8.82
20.96
NOTICE   is  hereby  given  that  on
7
47
114
25
2350
230.OS
1-8.14
3000.00
8.82
20.96
the28thday of December next, appli
7
48
94
2 5
2350
230. OR
12.14
3000.00
8.82
20.96
cation will be made lotire Superin
7
49
94
25
2350
230.OS
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
tendent of Provincial police for the
7
50
04
25
2350
230.68
1.2.14
3000.00
8.81   -
20.95
grant   of  0   licence   for  the  sale   erf
7
61
94
2 5
2350
230.OS
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
liquor   by   retail   in   and   upon   the
7
52
94
26
2350
230. GS
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
premises to be known as "The Klt-
7
53
94
25
2350
230.08
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
siiiiiKalum Hotel " silintto at KHsum-
7
54
94
25
2350
230.08
12.15
3000.00
8.81
20.96
Italum, upon the lands described as
7
66
94
25
2350
230.67
12.15
3000.00
8.81
20.90
Lot   1   of   subdivision   of  Lot   174 5,
7 ,
56
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
Range 5, Coast District.
7
57
9 4
25
2350
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
Dated this 25th day of November,
7
58
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95
1911.
7
69
94
25
2350
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.S1
20.95
SAMUEL C. WEEKS,
7
60
94
25
23 50
230.67
12.14
3000.00
8.81
20.95    '
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
$2,600 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 $25
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 ot
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
Hllditch 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
For Neat Job Printing
! 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 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 Collett!   deceased, Intestate.    All parties having
claims   against  tlie  said   Estate  arc
hereby required  lo forward same to
me  properly  verified,  on  or  before
the   15th   day   of   December,   1911.
And all parties indebted to the said
ICstate   are    required    to    pay   the
aiiioiint of their Indebtedness to me
forthwith.
Dr.ted at Prince Rupert, 11. C, this
24th day of November, 1911,
.1.  II.  .McMULLIN,
Official  Administrator.
By His Solicitors, Carss & Bennett.
H20-30
In the County Court of Atlin. Holden
at  Prince Ruperl In lhe Matter of
the Offie-lal Administrator's Act
And
In tire Matter of Hie Estate oT 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
sirirl estate are hereby required to
forward same properly verified to
me on or before the 18th day of
December, 1911; nnd. all parlies indebted to the said estate are required
to pay tho amount of their Indebt-
ednesa to me forthwith.
Dated the 25th day of November,
1911.
JOHN   HUGH   McMULLIN,
Official   Administrator.
,£.2-1 Wednesday, December 13, 1911.
PRINCE KUPBRT 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
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,  Liborla     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
tflack, 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
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     1«
Thorsch, Alfous     12
Thorsch, Alfous  -.  Ij
McLeod, Donald    1*
McLeod,   Donald      1*
McLeod, Donald    Ij
McLeod, Donald    Ij
Booth,  Edith  M  12
Booth', Edith M  12
Benjamin,   I  }«
Bonneau,  Jerry     12
Thorsch  &  Sons     12
Thorsch & Sons    12
Thorsch & Sons    12
Ramsay, James  Ijj
Ramsay, James  *•
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     }2
Ford,  Cliff     }i
Ford, Cliff     ]i
Harrison, S., & Co  "
Harrison, S., & Co  "
Harrison, S. & Co  f«
Bacon, James H  f-jj
Bacon, James II  "
Bacon, James H  "
Bacon, James H |  "
Pattullo, T. D.  . . ..  "
Orde, E. D., & Bell, W. H.  ■••••■•" "
Newman, Robt. L., ft Burt, Fred J.. . . 18
Newman, Robt. L., & Hurt, Fred J.  . . . U
Newman  Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . . 18
Newman   Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . . U
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Early Closing Notice
On  and  after December  1,  1011,
we will  close at O P. M., excepting
— Saturdays    and    tile   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
DiiaioiiHioiEnra^
Hw"St»y Satisfactory Rat\S«
Good, Sound Reasons for
MONARCH Economy
Monarch  Ranges are built so 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 941,500
DIRECTORS:—Reginald C. Brown, President; J. C. Maclure, Vice-
President; H. E. Marks, Managing Director; Capt. E. Nash, William
McNalr, R. A. Bevan, and F. C.   Williams, Secretary.      :-:       :-:
INTEREST 4 PER CENT. DEPOSITS
This Company acts at Executors,  Administrators, Transferees and
Secretaries to Public Companies.   Commercial, Industrial and other
business propositions 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.
)»^#i*«BS#»ftttr^^
EVERY PACKAGE OP
Burrell s  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.
SH'H'H'H'H-H'HKH'^^
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  und   cigars.
THE CAFE is open from 6:30 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Excellent cuisine. First
class service.
Rooms 50c and  up.
FIRST AVE.
PRINCE lU'PERT
Pioneer Steam Laundry
WHITE   LABOR  ONLY
no away with this:
Prompt  Service       Reasonable  Rates
Goods Called for and  Delivered
Phone 118
BOWLING, BILLIARDS AND POOL
4 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 ami Stesam Heated
Rooms, A First Class Bar nml Dining Room in Connection.    Rates ~>o
rents null Ip.    Baths I'ice In Cm-Ms.
W. H. WHICH I', Prop.    P.O. Box .17
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 BLACK, Prop.
First Avenue and Seventh Street.
..
GRAND HOTEL
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
GEO. BRODERIUS, Prop.
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St
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„i*-:-:- ■• ■••' tmM PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Wednesday, December 13, 1911.
•prince Kupert journal
Telephone  138
Office: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 138.
P. O. 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 clrcu-
latk outside the city of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year addressed to
point.-* in Canada or $3.00 a year to
all points in the ULited Kingdom,
the I nited States or other foreign
counnies.
Advertising Rates Upi n Application.
Wednesday, December 13, 1911.
ANOTHER   COUNCIL
There seems to be a great deal of
uncertainty as to candidates for the
council next year. It is drawing near
to the time when a new body must
be selected to take the place of the
one now serving and yet but few
names are mentioned as likely to be
in tbe field.
The persistent attacks, made without foundation in most of cases,
upon men who serve the public at
the council board is apparently having a deterring effect upon good
men entering the field. We have
long pointed out that the course pursued in criticising without foundation and in too many instances without definite information would have
this result. It would drive men who
ought to go into nubile life as far
as the municipality is concerned out
of it. In their place would arise
those who were but poorly qualified
for the positions. This, we believe,
applies to the treatment of this
year's council as well as to that of
last year.
(December  13,  1893)
Thomas W. S. Parsons of this city
who has himself seen ae-tive and
honorable s • vice in the South African constabulary, gives the following
relative to an epoch making event
in  history:
On the Matoppo Hills in Rhodesir.
there is a monuirent bearing this
inspription: To the memory of
brave men." The history of the
acquisition of Mata.reieland fades
slowly from our ken jut in passing
It is good the memory of some of
those who fell remain, e.iri this day
eighteen years ago was enacted near
the Shangani River one of those
thrilling engagements with which the
history of our nation teems. We
refer to the annilriat'on of Major
Allan WiIson'=; patrol by the Impis
of Lobengula. Briefly, some thirty
men, among hem Burnham, the
American scout commanded by Ma-
por Wilson, were tailed to cross the
Shangani, follow up and If possible
capture the lite 'ni; Matabeleland
chiefs, then belicvel to be hurrying
northward with a -imall band of adherents.
The patrol crossed and came up
with the king, only to discover their
information false, for instead of a
few broken ai. ' I'l.ssirated warriors,
the descendant, of Masilakatse was
accompanied by some thousands of
armed and desperate natives.
Against such overwhelming odds it
it was decided to retire but tropical
rains rendering retreat impossible
the whites turned at bay, while
Burnham, with two others, volunteered to try and cut. their way
through the mussing enemy for
assistance. Thev successfully effected their escape and joined Major
Forbes, who, however, was unable to
render aid, he himself being heavily
engaged on the south bank and unable lo move.
Major Wilson and his men, resigned to th.' Inevitable, disposed
themselves In ilroular formal iong
fighting long and gallantly until,
with aminunltiu- ^.xhau*' ,1 and the
majority dead, their opponents by
sheer weight a I numbers rushed in
and assekaied the remainder.
It was not until twelve months
after, almost to a day, the bones of
that heroic band, mute tribute to
their race, surrounded by native
slain were recovered and buried.
Native   prisoners,   afterwards   in
terrogated, testified how the Bal-
ungu (white men) had died singing,
and their song, recognized by those
same natives, was "God Save the
Queen."
FOR   SALE
High Class Ben Piano Player
(Autonola); practlc :'y new; in first
class condition. Can be seen at 618
Fifth Avenue East.
NEW O. P.  It. POTATOES
British       Columbia      Championship
Baked  Potatoes  Arc  Served  at
Railway's  Dining Tables
Travellers on the transcontinental
trains of the Canadian Pacific Railway are now being served in the
dining cars of the company with
"British Columbia Championship
Baked Potatoes." As an aftermath
to the recent big land show at New
York, where the Province of British Columbia won first prize in the
competition for the best potatoes
grown in America, the Canadian Pacific sent agents to the districts
where tlie prize potatoes were grown
and bought up all the championship
variety of "murphys" that they could
secure.
The C. P. R. now intends to make
a specialty of this potato on its dining cars. Other railways are able
to serve big potatoes, but they cannot secure British Columbia potatoes,
as the C. P. R. has a monoply in the
line. Already inserts for the regular
i.ienu cards have been printed, in
which the championship baked potatoes occupy the place of honor on
the "ready-to-serve" list.
SPORTS
BOWLING RESULT
T.   P.   Team  Shows  Good   Form
hy Outclassing Union
Bank
WANTED
A  woman   cook   nt   the  Windsor
Hotel.    Apply between 12 and 8,
In the bowling match at Morrison's alley last night the G. T. P.
team defeated the Union Bank. A.
L. Holtby, with 255 of a score, was
tho high bowler In the match. The
scores were as follows:
G. T. P. Team
A.  L.  Holtby    168      147      255
G. McLeod    181      171      145
W. H. Tobey   159     153     167
T.  C.  Chalmers   ...191      190      165
J. B. F. Melville  ..156      220      246
Totals      855 881 978
Team  average    1S1
Union Bank
J. Moir 149 163 197
H. H. Hemmel 132 150 158
W. Manson    148 148 126
S.   Crandall    173 113 213
C. Youngman 124 155 139
Totals     726     729     833
Team  average    153
The Qunl Drivers meet the All
Star team tonight.
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
abo..t it.
0. M. HELGERSON, LTD.
REAL  ESTATE
RENTALS
Phone 150
THE INSURANCE PEOPLE
Fire
Life
Marine
Accider
Plate GlasB
Employers'   Liability
Con tractors &  Personal  Bonds
Policies    Written    Direct
The Mack Realty & Insurance
compan v
P.S.—Houses and Rentals
Cassiar   Land   "Jlstrirt—District   of
Hkeena
TAKE NO'Iie 1-; that May Rich, of
Ladner, B. C, occupation Married
Woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at the northwest corner of pre-emption N.397; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 20
chains, more or less, to line of south
boundary of Indian Reserve No. 1;
thence west 80 chains, more or less,
to Naas River; thence south along
bank of Naas River 20 chains, more
or less, to point of commencement;
containing 640 acres, more or less.
MAY RICH.
fi. N.  Rich, Agent.
Dated November 6, 1911. dl3
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, H. 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., Ik Frizzell, G. F  14
Sheady, M., & Frizzell, G. F  14
G.  i". 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
H&ys,   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, .-ingus    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
Hail, 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 ef 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
Westholme 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
Nicholsen,   Albert     17
Todd, James D  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., «i Reid, L. M  17
McLennan, R., & Reid, L. M  17
Morrison,   John   P  17
Keeley,  F. D  17
City  of  Prince  Rupert     17
City of Prince Rupert  17
Christlano,   Antonio      17
Camozzi, S., Cavallin, A., & Plombo. 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
B. 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
Planitz, Charles    18
Planltz, Charles    18
Pattullo,  T.   D  18
Pattullo,  T.   D  18
Pattullo, T. D  18
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29.47
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94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
3500.00
10.28
29.47
20
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.81
28.01
21
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.81
28.01
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94
39.522
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364.66
19.20
2500.00
7.35
26.55
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39.522
3716
364.66
19.19
2500.00
7.35
26.54
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
25
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
6.88
25.07
26
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
26.07
27
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
28
94
39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
26.07
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
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364.66
19.19
2000.00
5.88
25.07
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
2500.00
7.35
26.55
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
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39.522
3715
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
35
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39.522
3716
364.66
19.20
3000.00
8.82
28.02
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3rd Ave.   81
39.522
3201
314.21
16.54
3500.00
10.28
26.82
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75
39.522
2964
290.94
15.31
4000.00
11.73
27.04
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72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
3500.00
10.28
19.58
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72
25
1800
176.68
9.30
3200.00
9.40
18.70
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1800
176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
18.12
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176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
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176.68
9.30
3000.00
8.82
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176.69
9.30
3000.00
8.82
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176.69
9.30
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8.82
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176.69
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8.82
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176.69
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10.28
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382.62
20.14
7000.00
20.56
40.70
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McBride St.  94
100
4700
461.36
24.28
7000.00
20.59
44.87
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1st Ave.   94
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115.34
6.07
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230.67
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5000.00
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26.83
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230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.86
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2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
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2350
230.67
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4500.00
13.22
26.36
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2350
230.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
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2350
280.67
12.14
4500.00
13.22
25.36
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230.67
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4500.00
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230.67
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4000.00
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230.67
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11.75
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4000.00
11.75
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230.68
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13.22
25.36
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14.69
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16.16
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230.68
12.14
6000.00
17.63
29.77
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2350
230.68
12.15
6000.00
17.63
29.78
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230.68
12.15
6000.00
17.63
29.78
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25.21
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232.64
12.24
6500.00
19.10
31.34
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25.21
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116.32
6.12
8500.00
24.97
31.09
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Manson Way 57.17 100
2858
280.54
14.77
14.77
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Manson Way 57.17 100
2858
280.54
14.77
7500.00
22.04
36.81
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1st Ave.   94
25.21
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116.32
6.12
6.12
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26.21
2370
232.63
12.24
5500.00
16.16
28.40
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25.21
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232.68
12.24
5000.00
14.69
26.93
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232.63
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13.22
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11.75
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10.28
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232.63
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8.81
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8.81
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232.63
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8.80
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232.64
12.24
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7.34
19.58
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2370
232.64
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6.46
18.70
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232.64
12.24
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6.17
18.41
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5.88
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232.64
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12.25
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5.88
18.13
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25.21
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232.64
12.25
2500.00
7.35
19.66
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88.68
4163
408.64
21.51
5000.00
14.69
36.20
52
3rd Ave.   72
134.14
4829
474.01
24.95
24.96
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1st St.    66
100
2800
274.85
14.47
12500.00
36.73
61.20
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2nd Ave.   94
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1645
161.47
8.50
8.50
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2350
230.67
12.14
7500.00
22.04
34.18
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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230.67
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7000.00
20.66
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.76
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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2350
230.67
12.14
7000.00
20.56
32.70
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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
35
1260
123.68
6.51
6.61
14
72
25
1800
176.69
9.30
6000.00
17.63
26.93 Wednesday, December 13, 1911.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
DEAD BODY FOUND
Remains of Settler Near Masset Have
Been Located on the Trail on
Way to Pre-emption.
Deceased   Was   Peculiar   Man   Who
Had Served With Colors    '
In India
(Special Correspondence)
Masset, Dec. 9.—The remains of a
recent settler on Graham Island
were found, a few days ago, on a
trail leading from Masset Inlet to
a rpe-emption on the Nadu .River.
Near the body was a quantity of
household effects which the deceased
had been attempting to pack to his
lately taken up pre-emption, about
two miles inland. The discoverer of
the body notified the authorities;
but it was not considered necessary
to hold a post-mortem examination
or an inquest. The deceased was
known as Ernest Burke, and arrived
at Masset about a year ago. He was
about fifty years of age and was a
pensioner of the British army, having served in India, where. It Is believed he was connected with the
Essex Regiment. He was a very
eccentric man and suffered from the
effects of a sunstroke. On the arrival of the deceased in Masset he
made several attempts to reach the
spot on which he located, building
a raft and afterwards a sled, on
which he attempted to move his effects from the townsite to a hollow
log, in which he first made his home,
on the Woden River.
During the summer he took up a
pre-emption a few miles farther up
Masset Inlet, on the Nadu River, and
was moving to his new horn when
death overtook him. He placed the
property owned by him, consisting
of several trunks and other personal
goods, in a boat and rowed to the
outlet of a trail, on November 9,
In a snowstorm. Leaving the trunks
on the beach, he endeavored to carry
a pack to his building; but he sank
down from exhaustion and died.
The remains were found by a settler who became alarmed at his absence and who was walking to the
clearing. It was apparent that the
man had been dead for some weeks.
An examination of the body, made
by Dr. A. Ross Fraser, showed no
signs of foul -play and the authorities removed the remains to Masset,
where they were interred on the 3rd
Inst. The deceased was, apparently,
a man who belonged to a good family in England. He was well educated and kept a well stocked library. Little is known of his relatives or former friends, he being
alone in the country and very reticent regarding his former life. On
nis trunks were painted the words:
"Private Burke, Essex Regiment."
With his many pecularitles, the deceased conducted himself in a very
gentlemanly manner and the few
friends he made were very much
grieved at his untimely end.
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AND
NEW YEAR
SAILINGS
S. S. PRINCE RUPERT
Leaving Prince Rupert Thursdays at
8:30 p. m, December 21-st and 28th;
arriving in Vancouver early Saturday
mornin, December 23rd and 30th.
Make Your Reservations Early.
PHONE 200
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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
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Route.    Connections with all roads
east  and  west.    Atlantic steamship
bookings arranged.  Full Information
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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,
.ei.3 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, Nanaimo, 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.
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MacKenzie, A. B	
MacKenzie, A. B	
Naden, Geo. R	
Law,  Wm.  M	
Bacon, James H	
Bacon, James H	
Baird, T. M	
Baird,  T.   M	
Cotes, Edward & Sarah	
Cotes, Edward & Sarah  	
Cotes, Edward & Sarah  	
Hays,  Chas.   M	
Hays, Chas.  M	
Hays,  Chas.   M	
Hays, Chas.  M	
Hays, ChaB.  M	
Wenger, Christian  	
Baker, Lee L	
Macey, S. F	
McNeill, N. M	
Pattullo, T. D	
Pattullo,  T.   D	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
Thorsch & Sons 	
Thorsch,  M.,  &  Sons   	
Thorsch, M., & Sons	
McLaren, J. Lome, & Broderick, A. T.
McLaren, J. Lome, & Broderick, A. T.
Orde, E.. D„ & Bell, W. H	
Orde, E. D., & Bell, W. H	
Hobbs, Frank J	
Todd, Hugh   	
Alder,  W.  J.   .   	
Baker, James  	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Westenhaver, John D	
Westenhaver, John D	
Clapp, Margaret E	
Thompson, James H	
Harrison, S., & Co	
Munn,  L.   G	
Munn,   L.   G	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Williams, W. E., & Manson, A. M. ...
Rand, C. D	
Westenhaver,  John D	
Westenhaver, John D "	
Westenhaver,  John D	
Young, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.
Young, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.
Young, Mrs. M. Edith, & Eggert, C. A.
Reid,  Allanetta  C	
City of Prince Rupert   	
Ross,  Amos   	
Hilditch, John H	
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co 	
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co	
Barrow, A. R. M	
Barrow, A. R. W	
N. Western Loan & Inv. Co	
N. Western Loan & Inv. Co	
N. Western Loan & Inv.  Co	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Government of B, C	
Prince Rupert Club Ltd	
Prince Rupert Club Ltd	
Prince Rupert Club Ltd	
Prince Rupert Club Ltd	
Prince Rupert Club Ltd	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
National Trust Co	
Bank of Montreal	
Bank of Montreal	
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Bank of Montreal  	
Bank of Montreal  	
Bank of Montreal (East 18ft. of 14). .
Merchants Bank (West 7ft. of 14). .
Merchants Bank of Canada  	
Merchants Bank of Canada  	
Merchants Bank of Canada  	
Merchants Bank of Canada  	
Merchants Bank of Canada 	
Westenhaver, Chas. C	
Westenhaver, Chas. C	
Westenhaver,  Chas. C	
Christiansen-Brandt Co	
Christiansen-Brandt Co	
Melntyre,  Dr.  A.  A	
Melntyre,  Dr.  A.  A	
Ford,  Clifht   	
Ford,  Clift   	
McLeod,  M.  W	
McLeod,  M.  W	
McLeod,  M.  W	
Terminal   Investment  Co	
Terminal   Investment  Co	
Terminal Investment Co	
Phyfe, R. Eston, & Kingsburg, Geo.. . .
Phyfe, R. Eston, & Kingsburg, Geo	
Hulbert, Robert G	
Proudfoot   Alexander   	
Hasakamp, Herman J	
Bonneau,  Jerry   	
Alder,  W.  J	
Alder,  W.  J	
Alder, W.  J	
Dunn, Thos	
Dunn, Thos	
Dunn, Isabella   	
Ferguson, W.  A	
Ferguson,  W.  A	
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . .
Newman, Robt. L., & Burt, Fred J. . . .
Westenhaver, J. D	
Westenhaver, J. D	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Moody, John G	
Moody, John G	
Moody, John G	
Ford,  Clift   	
Ford,  Clift   	
Ford,  Clift   	
Manson, Wm	
Pntmore, L. W	
Munn, Dr.  John  P	
Munn, Dr. John P	
Thorsch, eM., & Sons	
Thorsch,  M.,  &  Sons   	
Stevens, Geo	
Owen, Mary E.  	
Ashland,   Robert   	
Ashland,   R* b<vi   	
Ashland,  Robert   	
Robinson, E. A	
Robinson, E. A	
Robinson, E. A	
Denholm,   Wm	
Spain, F. S	
Spain,  F.  S	
Scott, P. W	
Bondeaux, Helolse  	
Bondeaux, Heloise 	
Neale, Herbert H	
Neale, Herbert H '	
Government of B. C	
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Government of B. C	
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Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Government of B. C	
Hegerty,  James   	
Stevens, Geo	
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Wednesday, Decemlier 13, 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  25
Neilands, T. F  26
Neilands,  T.  F  25
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    26
Horner, Wm ,  25
Bianco,  Victor     2.1
Bla:no,  Vict.n*     25
Deierlien,  J.  L  25
DeierJien,  J.   L      25
Steele, Ida M.  H. & J. F  25
Steele, Ida M. R. & J   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
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. 1., & 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,  J.  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, .1. H  28
Fournler, J. u  28
Morrow, Geo. W  2b
Mali, Yet  28
Evans,  W.  II  28
Evans,  W,  II  2S
Gordin,  A. R  28
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28    8th St.
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100
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274.85
14.47
14.47
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56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
7000.00
20.56
35.03
1   2nd Ave.
94
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115.34
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6.07
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24.97
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14    8th St.
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100
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274.85
14.47
14.47
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56
100
2800
274.85
14.47
8000.00
23.50
37.97
15   3rd Ave.
72
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72
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23.35
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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.
94
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633.85
33.36
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23   2nd Ave.
94
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4229.53
415.17
21.85
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23.50
45.35
23   Park Ave.
94
116.61
5480.67
537.98
28.32
28.32
24
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52    11th St.
72
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53
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422.99
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1   Park Ave.
94
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72
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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 wiil
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. 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
uylaw.
Dated at the City of Prince Rupert, Province of Britisii Columbia,
this 23rd day of 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 un piTo**:n t<
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STOR      S
Forwarding,   Dlsl II ..'   ;   and
Shipping   ' .
Special attention given to storage  of  Household   Goods  and
Baggage
f     DOUGLAS        SUTHERLAND
First  Ave.   Near   McBride   St.
*   P. O. Box 007 Ph.
E. L. FISHER
Funeral Director & Einbiilmcr
CHARGES  REASONABLE
317 THIRD AVE.  PHONE 856
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.     Open   Day   and
Night.     Ladies'    Assistant   in
Attendance
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
LINDSAY'S CARTAGE & STORAGE
G. T. P. CARTAGE AGENTS
Office at H. 11. Rochester, Centre St
LADYSMITH COAL
Is handled by us.  All orders receive
prompt attention.   Phone No. 68.
The
Jewelery Store
Umbrella
AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT
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and   lots   of   them.     A   fresh
shipment jusl  In,
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Wednesday, December 13, 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
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
WatBon,  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 B  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   i  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, 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, C.  D  30
Newton, CD  30
Newton, CD  30
Scott, P. W  30
Scott,  P.   W  30
Pattullo, T. D  30
Chew, Wing    30
Chew,   Wong     30
Irwin-Perks,  Mrs.  Isabel     30
Irwin-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.   li  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   Sr.  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.   U  32
Cohen,   David     32
Jroffman, Mrs. Fanny     32
Thorsch,   M.,  &   Sons     32
Thorsch,  M„ .*i Sons     32
Thorsch,  AI., & Sons     32
Mitchell, IS. C  33
Mitchell,  E. C  33
Mitqjjfill,  E.  C  3o
Bentteejft;  tieo  33
Bennett, Geo  33
Newman,  Robt.  L  33
Smith, .lames A  33
McCaffery,   eM.   P  8o
McCaffery, M. P., & Gibbons, E. C. . . . 33
Hyde,  R.   C  33
Hyde, R. C  33
Hyde,  R.  C I  33
Hyde, R.  C  33
Hyde, R. C  33
Hyde,   It.   C  33
Prudhomme, Alex. J  33
Proudh omme, Alex. J  33
Lackovich, Mike   ^3
Garvicli,  Nick     2 2
Handescbild, Sam  33
Spain, Fred S  -33
Spain,  Fred  S V • ■ • 33
Spaiti, Fred  S  '33
Spain, Fred S  8a
Smith, James A  34
Smith, James A  34
Smith, James A  34
Collin,  Walter W  *>4
Pethlc,   -.oo.   H ,  o4
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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72
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ANYTHING YOU WANT IN
GRANITEWARE, TINWARE, W00DENWARE, GLASSWARE,      J
CROCKERY AND CHINAWARE
WATCH OUR WINDOW
Carrigan & Miller
606 THIRD AVENUE
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Exchange Grill
Under the new management of Carmichael & Embleton
Will be pleased to serve you with
the best meals in town at moderate
prices.
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Royal Bank of Canada
HEAD OFFICE:  MONTREAL ESTABLISHED  1869
Surplus         $7,200,000
Capital             90,200,000
Total Assets $100,000,000
Savings   Bank   Department—11 Will Open an Account
Branches Throughout Canada and  Banking  Connections With  All
Parts of the United States
Agents Throughout the World     ,
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PHONE 17 THIRD AVE & FIFTH
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BOTTLED GOODS FOR RETAIL TRADE
When replenisning 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.
1   HOUSE,  EIGHTH AVENUE.
STORE,  THIRD  AVENUE.
OFFICES TO RENT IN EXCHANGE  BLOCK.
Houses in all sections of the  city.
All   businr-ss   transacted   on strictly commission basis.
Our Specialty: Cily Property,  Lands,  .Miner--, and  Insurance.
Exchange Block
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Useful Holiday Goods
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE, In every departmenl you will
find bargains. In Chlnaware we have; many useful things for
children. Wo have a range of designs in medium and high
cIbbs Rockers and Easy Chairs for the older ones. Wo have
the class ol particularly demanded al  this Beason of Hi1-
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F. W. HART,
HART BLOCK
lit 0th Street
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Delivered in 5-ton lol   I    I r
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PRINCE  RUPERT GENERAL  HOSPITAL Ai SOCIATION,
Phone 301 P, O. Box 804
PONY EXPRESS
Systematic  Merchants'  Delivery Service.  Baggage, Storage and Forwarding Agents.   For liius or Motor Cur
HAV OR NIGHT
Tib Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
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THE COURT'S VIEW
(Continued From Page One)
tors, and a committee of the men.
That meeting was about March 20
or March 22. Nothing was accomplished, neither side being willing to
yield. He had meetings with the
contractors and the men separately
in an endeavor to get them together.
The city was very quiet at the time.
About that time a change in the chief
was brought about, Mr. Vickers taking charge. About March 24 some
trouble occurred. Some of the contractors started work and trouble
started. Mr. Vickers was given full
charge, with instructions to maintain
the peace.
Cross-examined by Mr. Williams,
witness said that he was not aware
that the contractors were driven off
work except on March 24, when God-
sen was arrested. All references to
him as to protection were referred
to the chief or acting chief.
In reply to questions he said that
he received, while in Victoria, word
from the acting mayor, Alderman
Smith, as to the situation, and suggesting that the Rainbow might be
kept nearby.
"You communicated with Ottawa
In the matter?" asked Mr. Williams.
Mayor i.ianson said he did not. He
referred the matter to the provincial
authorities. They communicated
through the proper channels here
and as far as he knew nothing was
done.
Witness had on some occasions
seen the strikers go down to meet
Incoming steamers with banners.
There was no outbreak whatever except on the occasion referred to.
He was asked if he had not promised Mr. Kelly that if he would settle the strike by raising the men's
wages that the question of liquidated
damages would be forgiven.
The mayor said he had never made
any threats or held out any promise
of the kind to Mr. Kelly.
He had advised Mr. Kelly to settle
up and to get with the men. He had
never made any threat in the matter
He had not given Mr. Ke'ly to understand that if he settled the matter
that the city would deal leniently
with the contractors in the matter
of  the  liquidated   damages.
Alderman J. A. Kirkpatrie*k, one
of the police commissioners, was
called, but his evidence took only
a few minutes, being corroborative
in large part of the mayor's as to
the situation.
M. M. Stephens, the next witness,
was a police commissioner during the
year. There was little troub'e during the strike. He could not recall
anything that could have been done
before Mayor Manson came back that
was not done. The chief of police
had instructions to place as many
men on duty as the situation required.   He was not limited.
Witness said that Sergeant Phillipson was never ordered to court trouble, but he was instructed to maintain law and order. Sergeant Phillipson, during the time of the strike
gave the commission to understand
that there was no danger that he
could not cope with.
Frank Kelly was called In rebuttal
by the plaintiffs. He testified as to
meeting Mayor Manson and said that
the mayor gave him to understand
that If he could settle with the men
for 40 cents the question of liquidated damages would be regarded In
a lenient way.
Mr. Morgan wns called for a similar purpose but gave little evidence.
J. H. Plllsbury was also called to
put In an estimate of the amount of
material to be removed from the
lots. Ho said there were 318.4 yards
on the ground. To remove the
amount, together with what would
slide down, assuming that the angle
of rest was 1 to 1, a total of 471
yards would have to be removed.
His Lordship then presented his
view of the case as It then stood
preparatory to hearing argument in
the matter.
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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT
(Dec. 12-5 p. m.)
Barometer     30,364
Maximum  temperature    46.5
.Minimum   temperature    42.0
Precipitation 35
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All things are possible, except
some people.
Auction Sale
OF
LOTS
IN
Grand Trunk
Pacific
Townsite
OP
Hazelton
Registered   as   South   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
6 per cent. dl4
Mrs. O. H. Nelson will not receive
today.
Ernest A. Woods, the city clerk, is
unable to be in the city hall owing
to illness.
J.   A.   Coates,  well  known  as  an
enthusiast   relative   to   the   Queen
Charlottes, has left for Victoria.
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The man with push often has to
take a back seat to the man with
the pull.
The linguist may be able to master all the modern tongues except
his wife's.
No' grl should try to sit on a fellow who has the reputation of being
weak-kneed.
STEAMSHIP MERGER
What is said to be the first step
in the organization of a new coastwise steaniBhip company was taken
when the final arrangements were
made at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, for the merger of the Alaska
Pacific Steamship Company, the
Alaska Coast Steamship Company,
and the North Pacific Steamship
Company. H. F. Alexander of Tacoma, president of the Alaska Pacific and Alaska Coast Steamship
companies, and C. P. Doe, president
of the Nortli Pacific Steamship Company, together with Captain Frank
Smith, formerly with the Ward Line
of New York, and Richard Saxe
Jones of Seattle, attorney for the
Alaska Pacific Interests, completed
the arrangements and signed the papers for the taking over of all the
Interests concerned  by a new  com-
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, Ellas  	
Emad, Elias  	
Emad, Elias  	
McLaughlin, W. B., & Spencer, S. A.
McLaughlin, W. B., & Spencer, S. A.
Ross, 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	
Bennet, Mrs. Helen, & Allison, A. H.
Mt-George,   W.   R	
Wanger,  W.  F	
Clapp, Frank   	
Clapp,  Frank   	
Bell, John  W	
Benfer, Raleigh   	
Drew, Matthew C	
Moore, J. T	
Brooksbank, Wm. & Arthur	
Biron,  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, O. 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,
& 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	
Stevens, 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,  Abadle   	
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	
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4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
.4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4200.00
4200.00
4200.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4000.00
4200.00
4500.00
5000.00
5000.00
11000.00
7000.00
4000.00
4000.00
8000.00
6000.00
4000.00
4000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
2700.00
2600.00
2500.00
2500.00
2500.00
2500.00
2200.00
2000.00
1800.00
1700.00
1600.00
1500.00
1400.00
1400.00
1400.00
1400.00
2200.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2200.00
4000.00
2500.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00
2500.00
4000.00
2500.00
61100.00
57400.00
51200.00
23000.00
236000.00
16000,00
60500.00
137400.00
7000.00
4000.00
14000.00
28000.00
3000.00
5000.00
22.05
19.98
17.63
16.16
14.69
13.22
13.22
13.22
13.22
13.22
13.22
13.22
12.34
12.34
12.34
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
13.22
13.22
11.75
12.34
12.34
12.34
12.34
11.76
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.76
11.76
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
12.35
12.35
12.35
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
12.34
13.23
14.69
14.69
32.33
20.57
11.75
11.75
23.50
17.64
11.75
11.75
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
8.81
7.93
7.64
7.35
7.35
7.35
7.35
6.46
5.88
5.29
4.99
4.70
4.42
4.11
4.11
4.11
4.11
6.46
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
5.88
6.46
11.75
7.35
5.87
5.87
6.87
5.87
5.87
5.87
7.35
11.75
7.3o
179.51
168.64
150.43
67.57
690.43
47.00
177.75
403.68
20.56
11.75
41.37
35000.00       103.60
82.54
8.81
14.69
4.66
31.35
29.28
26.93
25.46
23.99
22.52
22.52
22.52
22.52
22.52
22.52
22.52
21.64
21.64
21.64
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
22.52
22.62
21.05
21.64
21.64
21.64
21.64
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.06
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.04
21.05
21.65
21.65
21.65
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.05
21.64
22.53
23.99
23.99
50.93
8.26
37.08
23.89
23.89
42.10
7.04
31.72
23.89
23.89
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
18.11
17.23
16.94
16.65
16.65
16.66
16.65
15.76
16.18
14.59
14.29
13.99
13.72
13.41
13.41
13.41
13.41
13.69
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.11
13.69
26.22
3.35
14.05
12.57
12.57
12.56
12.56
12.56
12.56
14.04
15.10
14.47
68.37
506.11
385.61
21.17
238.96
155.81
1102.26
135.24
266.28
21.17
792.57
83.69
36.03
104.54
63.83
46.87
139.48
45.13
114.68
213.36
12.73
23.6T'
84.96
89.19
64.60
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that a sitting of the Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing complaints agalnBt the said assessments will be held in the City Hall at 10:30 o'clock, A.M, qn 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 app eal 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, AsseBBOr and Collector.
pany,  which  will  make application
for a charter within a few days.
It is understood in shipping circles that the new company which is
to be organized is the one composed
of German and English capitalists
who are represented by Captain
Frank Smith. Under the plans laid
down the property of the three companies is placed at about $1,600,000
and the capital stock of the new corporation is to be in the neighborhood
of ?5,000,000. It ie said by several of the ersons who attended the
conference that the new company
will build several vesseU and enter
thetrade with South American ports.
Attorney Jones of the new company said all matters would have to
be referred to Doe, who Is one of
the chief organizers of the company.
Jones admitted that a merger had
taken place.
The shis affected by the new or
ganization are the Buckman, Watson,
M. F. Plant, and Admiral Sampson,
owned by the Alaska Pacitlc Company; the Bertha and Jeanio, owned
by the Alaska Coast Copany, and the
Roanoke, Elder, Santa Clara, Kll-
burn, Yucatan and Eureka, owned by
the North Pacific Comany
GASOLINE ENGINES
McINTYRE BLOCK
ASK US ABOUT THEN
PHONE 245
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD. **-£»*

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