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 ���������'���������ilfc;:$iS:&^  g^ggii^  )ngi|^f^beiafii$?thelSti^vei  ::^^#ns^t^'^?nth5 tfce propc^eoyboapitalllor^the  "'"''' "������f������������||������^^  SPI#l@������reaau^  ;'HvS:S;;������i���������;;if;������  |a|&J|omi^  erwjw an  Indian   and hi* mother  placed in the hands of a. receiver  recently in 'Vancouver,' is- tocon-  |||AlI;pj^eW^  gmue]h1|ja^  Sa^$y?iw^ {libe  Ifle^eii^^  ^eyfthatf^y nder W$t$iJ ^ySiu^ "������|  ;[doijJj^|h^^  ;;'devute#w  meeting of the shareholders,; held  *n the old country acfew days ago-,  Sir George Doughty,th* gieat Eng-  lishlfiib^^  dian if his father was three-fourths  a^*^W*������k^&^N^ '���������v;'^ ���������������������������>:>;  SnlJri^ianl^  diahif hi* .fath������r wasTth ree- fou rth*  ^hdeStfel^lawSMi^thw: edu n trv; ah  &ndian|l^  ;pe1rlb$:&^^  ijhemit^  tensive interests in British Colum  '.''���������* ;;.;'-, -j'+^t?; ^t ���������.  the  Tliefcj|beJ^^  ���������ummiirAbtei^l^^  nCTvSinlBrlti^ha^ylJii;  *t|ty^  Bill  i;  . J^Kj^artin |an1d C^ ���������Hai rison v? we're  S Bnanimbui������ly appointed as a"bu������IbV  :>,ing^cosB������if^ee. - ta: ^ob^^fUsr^He  : erection of the hoBpital building  land to^determine^thei size and cost  - ������f the; 'i^^M^^:^y-/:;^ ������������������; 'f v^tj  ;:;\|fli;'yal|al8q;:rea^^  r be addressed to th������ Dominion Tele-  graphs department  asking  for _a  sgrant towards oar hc������pitel simsla^  4o|the grants made elsewhere/  ,-; ':;Mt. . J^Condbtt;'|^|lral 'Hamson;  /and Mrv ^"homaa  were appointed.  as an entertainment committee for  the months of ,Januaryj February  and March. During each  week of  these |thr������������ months an   entertainment will take place in aid of the  funds of the "hospital.'1 Tickets for  the season are   now on   sale at $5  >ach.  It was unanimously agreed that  the three lots in block 92 as tirsi  act aside by the Towns] te���������company.  be accepted and cleared at the  present tim������. -  Mr. C. Harrison wan appointed  secretary of the hospital coiiiniit-  ,tce.   .  ' It is now time for all to get to  gethor and clear the lots, so that  the building operations may he  commenced as early us possible.  Mr. Martin has promised to supply  all the hardware neeessary at cost  price and those tv-ho hnndle lumber at Masset have promised to furnish nil the lumber required at  cost. Another reason why wechould  bogin jit once, is that the B. C. leg-  child of such person; any worran  who is or was' lawfully marrifd to  ^c|pr������ra|jh^^n-^^  means any, person of Indian blood  M&^j*!*^^ :to an ir^;.  Tf^lsuf^ "the  IndianlSnolteotiliif^l^^ ���������'if- such:  :^|*jSWf<i|������^^^">S:'. ���������-������������������ --"' '>^i'-"  person is S^hlyji������#temporary.re8i-  wms$i^m^B^WS^^^.:: ��������������������������� ���������������������������������������������'-���������" ��������� '-S  'de������$in|6^^  y.af;v���������"*&yi?^:?���������ii^'"���������  ';'     ��������� ���������- '-J:- jp[ -jjjy-a-'-'" ���������"-���������--  i|^nej|ad^^|f^^^ a maf^  ^er^^lp������||b^||hftlH;%  m^^|Ey]s^]^ji|^lw     ' andJI  l&tpn for what������pld"|iine^jfay  w������iR;the;; gretttest^mlhlngisiaml  P|dt^njthe history^of the'iwea^  $^^lS?'i'rWpn������ers^f^  coln^|1|rer';aregC^  ai������?  lyyfcan^^BiiKv'  n,  Chisholm; known froin the  Arctic  r;-.*.:.������i������SfAV?.j4Vi..V  t������^fe^POtherraWbnv't^^  ||||^e|::Bil i;^Ga't^i^b^'e||  ploit|Jr|iAhi8ka||an^  repfe^>t^;dt>zeri;fortuiiesviB^  iti������;fM|g^  ������j4f.'^i^ii?;^-i.?^:������'^^  ������__,_.,.. to^heiTowns %8 ncreases  g6|d$mlflftf������^  Tecei*Matha t ^'.-- pr os p������^tbf*fljfrbhi  av{1#'^#P������?;-' ���������'-��������� .'���������:.��������� ������������������'������������������-:������ \ ';:���������:;;: ik?^ ���������$������&&  ;nOrtb^^tiriv:'ahd:;s{Hitherii^  ���������wilisb^h:������re:- inr-:tim^"':1to*;i6iia'''""  ^m^mmm -������������������������������������"������������������ ������������������������������������:" ������������������--*-���������-<--���������'���������������������������-  rush, which is scheduled for early  in January, or as soon  as the riv-  er8^freaj^t|to pefmit:|gojn'g|;:n6rth  :with^do^team8.::;^:l^'|":;K''%  0l^fMB^c^' ���������-������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ^.-,,.v.-,n->,,.~���������>  ������ ��������� e  ':|||totii^|iller;6f;;������k^^  a||[inn|r^o:the ^jtn^|0|fpfj|X)|d:  Mast ic^T^jf day.=nigr|fc|The\ sp^ieact'  IliilSMliMkirtaBtyJiralei.   i|!Fh!e/v^m^  ho aigns of following- his American  b^t|ier|il^|f^e^  ;gron^di|ojf0]ii.e^^  wardih the larid'of the setting sun.  ;In^oth^?|wi^8l^  Canadafare; ;i ncrea sm  tion and are becoming more indus-  ?tric^|||n|el)^im(^|::n^  liant and   self respecting   citizens  throughout the  land  which  their  'fo)refa|heirH^^  ;i::JChisu8:i^|:e^ts^  of the report of the department of  In1r2ia1ri;affair8>^he^ridi^  tro^fin|||Vxic^|i^^  .;^uir^ihrw"ugf>^'::j!^^.-y;^'?^^  ������r������������tVihe;:.Ca-i;*>;^:vy:''f-r:;uniph and Im-  ''biic4iiaV;i';rartviiK;:--'.-;^  the compaViy, ?; ~������ r:)   as the   tug  ���������A"iTf������r^ih^;;{yui::f^^^ ������������������  Grynie, JartriWrl>/V!>:;> :;-'*-^i;if������..and/a;  number|p|';!iiin'a^  j.   jgi'i" ~'i .;��������� Hi pi ill .',*. ". i������ '.    ii''"^ !"^'-g' ���������;',;.  '^^....^v-^j  i Thei EsteVaiv tbuch������^  Friday   night,   tying   up ^for the  night and leading Satur^ay/niorn-;  ingi The boat i������^ bringing supplies  toi the light hous������ s^ of the   island  and coast. n^;-"':"  f   ^'f>Wg^B>l  Chas^pence   ^expected home  today from Prince Rm-ert.  ������^> a>  <*ci^a1^tnd .ihjBlS!|a feast-in Old  j'Maf^������'i^^ ;- evening.  ;s"-Dr.^-Graves'-yinavde'^'a Vtrip'-.-'.': to  Qu������enstown Wednesday to see Mrs.  O'Brien^wh^isvquite^U  J^al Jsiee ;Ga*ineries; Company  ^i)kp^k^f^^W^^6-, plant at  ^den|^|fti^^|^gjth������,. spring. A;  .stord^perr|^reiiH^|; onj-the: :iast  ifeAjsraokerSwas^giveri^iSa^ . .,.,,  evening ln^JJnioii hall, tlinae pres-j ���������'  ������;<ji������.  tliii*!''-'  ������,^;^l>^^ing.aTery,e^  ;Tj^P^P|^turri^^  :!*^I^rJ^P^ingr::ten^  ?*������l! an^^^:P^bjr|rx0f:martin and  Mr^.C. Harrison   is confined to  the house with a very sore-eye.-  "������.������i^  ���������Mr.. Wan less" (R td) leaves today  :v^*phell^M'ri;.:Haael.tbr.t  Ar^nPr:tHitt   and^Xester   Wren  for. Vancouver," Wash.,   to  spend   were visitors in Massut the   first of  '.-hi:'.- h-������lrdav8.  the week from Woden,'  ONE OF THE NEWC. P. R, MN'ttRS.  to another. Quebec shows a gain^  its preseht; Indian populatios being 12,842, an iocrease of 25 per  cent for the year.       ;j  As has been experienced for  many years-past, tubercu icsis continues to he the most formidable  of all the ;naladies from which the  tndiati nice lias to duffer. ;;'tir ������������������  i partnient, \������ doing; everything in  its power to educate them to the  : importance "of olffierving the vital  laws ol hygiene, and by teaching  them the value of good liousing  conditions, is doing much to le-  duc������ the number of tuberculosis  cases among them.  A ������ rious feature of the report  that.the death rate among the various tribes is extraordinary heavy  whsn they live in cIoh' proximity  to big townu. One Indian agent reports that the advent of the moving picttrcs has Lad considernble  to do with increasing the mortal  ity rate of the race.  He points out that Indians wil  travel miles to the cities in the  evening to see the "movies" often  in inclement weather, and recounts  numerous deaths which he trdcod  to their having returned home late  to damp and unsanitary houets,  where conditions were not conducive to health. In almost every  case it is found that the death rak������  is greater and the moral standard  lower when the tribe has easy access to a city.  The Indian is rapidly becoming  better educated. At present there  are 249 day, 59 boarding  and 19  vei}r;bV?ahy;^;h^  roehts &roughbut;M^  federals   ahdf the^; constitutiprals  laydowh; their arms  Most of the  Americans in";���������: Mexico^>r^;^bf-thei  x>pinion,that Uncle Sam wiU harei.  to step in, the same as  the British  government   did   during the Boer  '-t������i'"������:'l������J������'ii  ���������.': ",'..'.     ���������;;"  ."';��������� ���������������������������".   '.��������� ���������.   .���������;:"/���������". - yr:f^/  Thtv plfasant Sunday revei,inu  under the auspices jOf.the; Prt-sby-,  terian ehuroh will be h"Sd in the  Iarirt room at the St. Ives hotel on  the 21st next at 8 o'cloeL Christinas music and polos and ������vcry  body singing. You aie .."h-^rti y  weh^tme.  WVS5S  A saltery, wharf and other build ���������  ingH. will be erected at I>ingar:t 1s-  land by the At.lin Cold Storage  Company, of Prince Rupert.  Christmas Entertainment.  A Christinas entertainment will  be held at the school house on Dec.  23rd at 8 p. m., under the auspices  of the Overseas club There will he  a program of vocal and instrumental music. The schoolchildren will  provide two numbers and the rest  of the program will be supplied  by local talent.  Santa CUu* will arrive during  the evening with a much larger  sack of presents than he has,,,  brought for some previous years.  There is nc admission fee. Everybody welcome.  C1  t.  Dominion  Cnnstable  0, W. M.  Hughes will   arrive  home today  * industrial  schools   in    operation from a business trip to Skidegate.  1^'  3  v    *  1  I1'  1  \-  ^���������_ ^������-������-<f-" ��������������� -rr���������������������    -  *���������1 *f f ���������  \x fi*.  -v T  -*t"t   i   w/**~v-  d  ������i^"^  ���������*t  -^~   i   r  SI  ,?[  ij  nVVrtfaf  ^���������^������%^ Pl^^^^fl^lfSgupJf^^^ndf stained;  ������������������mipfer^^  fip^nd:;bumife<t.i and-;.: it(������s ^maintained  |������������f;;ttafe;is^ of .a��������� /valuable  $i =-^atu'rdt%e������ource^'The:undertWkihe  r/;:v:forVthVboa^ Ean'gley  ' 7;.';Wa8;ioo|g^ E.  Hope,;the president, wrote to Sec-  ^ retary   Blairi ��������� of;[ thje% Vancouver  ;    board  of trade, Asking   that: the  v 1 arge brtdy undertakeJ.vtbe'study :of  ��������� thji   wood. ������ with   a vie^; ~������f ascer-  ; taining if there may bO  .   : v a market for it, and saying toitfye  ;: prbyinco^Sw  f. grealtl) r������sduraT in the timber aflr  :/::::^:i^;F,plished' ;:flamples;^of ���������-the^bo'd  ^���������;, areSto be sent to the Vancouveif  ;^;SJ&oaroV:;.of;tra^  ; ��������� cellent  venebr ah^  ^ equal to the alder Vender at pres.  ;, a at imported by eastern wood us-  ;     ing industries from far-off Russia.  Office of Assistant Horticulturist  ;;rf;Kfor^^  ||||^|l|^i|������||ii|  ^^^sistan^^^  iiiiiSlliiii  0:-'MB8.XA^;Av]!to  chains,   thence isouth-f80 chains;  l^pgil^^iieii  ;n^^m|n^||^j^|u^ .C^uraEBSv^f  W-^0^:0^0S^$i$li'M'' Locator������  'BttUainjf,'Vancouver, -B.  ,.���������,.,., r^,--derink/are notified that tt   P|U'is,e^lw^^slder^t'anlfi������Vmsde>''o'iivat'if'  printedrforms supplied, and signed with their  *ctuai*igriatare������, stating, their c<������uDntl<������n������  and^placea of residence: In the case of ?firms;  JheJ������ctoalj*iguatureV the nature^ OfAtheioccu^  pa������lonana;plaee:of residence of each member  i������t|tt*>flrm;ra^8t|be''������veh'.>^^  -Eaph tendermuatheaccompanied by ariac-j  ccptedchequeon-a chartered bank, payable  to the order of tho'HohouraDlet ho Minister of  /PtoMciWorkJsiieqriaVtd tenper.cehtflO p. cilbf  ith^amount^Lthe^tcRder^whli'h^  jfetted^thejliersbri. tendering, declinetoeht������;  Into a can tract when called1 up6nlto^do5jo^6r!  fail to complete the work contractied-forsfclf  ;the.;tender;be;ndt accepted the cheque will be  .:roturhe'di^4iSti?P-H������t;Ui;:;>-.;^^^ z> -������������������������������������r:t-'->z?4:ijn  H^Ke^opartmeneaaes^^  ,^t;thiflp^Mti^r:any:tender.;.,*4vv:;;-ij;^->:^:i  'i^'f^3���������^Bx;orderv-,';.''?:-T-: ^^m^zm.  r'^^S^.^S't:*B;;C;;DESROCHER8,:ivSS''v-  :^^^^il^-m^M'i^d;i^&j":M 8ecretaryivS:������:  DepartmentroiPublic Works,':������������������':. ' -^   ;: f /;'  y,%~^^IC^QttBWi^:-,Nov'ember'-;i9/;i9i3:rv'.'<;;'l::'.'  ;*;������ewapapere :Wiirn6t: be paid for this advef-"  tisement if they insert it without authority  JfroinjM������e������Dei&^  j������^~l���������li^I-l^-1.:':."'-������������������'������������������'��������� ��������� ���������'-' ' ,���������.������������������--���������'���������.*'������������������'-'y-���������f''..'.'">v--. ... ���������  'y:-''0^^^y^^^7^^^^^T^^^^^^TaTmM'1'1 "'"B" '",mi  ^||l^ligi������i'niB^^f^f-  a0cuihjranands  limits for speculative  I  prposesi  !rio  9"Mf;s"  ftotiGraliii^  are we connected with any real  eiiaKiirJiail-sellii  $0$^  ;''^S^^iP''t:������J3'^%'.J  ���������^iC^rjGrrange, Proprietor z,  || fWe& fliver Post Office        '  ^prament Telephone Office  ���������;';..  ,^"'*l:^!^li*'*!V"J;.>'*;ii,v:  a%n^ancfee1n^oried|������T^^  Victoria; B:1:C.^* willjbe;rcceiTedjnDtSij4;66 p.!  mV?onvThursd*y,!  December illivWIS; for,the  construction of, a Drill; Hall at Victoria, B. C;'  Plana, specification and'form of contract can  be seen and lormH of tender  obtained on application ; to ;the;'bawof, VfBi'; Henderson,  resident architect.Vlotorlflf,,B. C:;i on application to Sthe:Postmaster;'a t;,Voncouver, B. C."  ^ahd at:thfa���������Vet^tmm%^''$7^'f^':^^::'���������������������������?$<%���������'v&?.  -v'Peri������)ns:tendering:8re':notifIed.-T.th������tAfcendersi  'wiir'not'1>^'eo9flldei^:$gb1eM'^a9;Kde''-::oa''->the.  printed forms supplied, and signed with their  actuftlstgriatnres.Jstattnff; their ���������ocrnpationa  and places of residence. In the casei ofiflrros.  the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and,place of residence bleach member of  ;tae;flrmi"miwt:be':gtTen:;4%^^:-i::^M/'vJ-"'  irr :.;Kacls' te-nder-innst^e accompanied' ,by an -jut*,:  .cepted cheque on3 a.cliarterfld bank, payabie to  ;thc order of the Honourable" the? Minister of  ;PnbUc>Vorks; equal to ten per cent (10 p.'c.) of  ttfae;iiinbimt7of'the^ten"der^'irhlch'--wiU>.be:'ior-  felted ������f the person tendering decline to enter  into a contract when called upon to do so, or  fail to corepletef the work  contracted   for. If  this tender be not accepted the cheque will be  .returned.'   -    -*' '/,  *   -   ���������-���������  The Department does not bind itself to accept  the lowest or any tender, ���������    i.  "   J By order,   ���������'  R. C. DESBOCHBBS,  Secretary.  Department ol Public Worku,  Ottawa, 'November 11, 191S.  Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement if they Insert it without authority  from the Department.���������49438  '���������jxzsii   alidlBsti  msi  :6!$*te$i^  P}^^^'-^^'^ a- ���������$$*. fS^Wf0$^iwM^  600������ MiAlS AT Ail HOURS  Tb Best the Markets ArTord  35 Cents and Up-A8 ciean and New  Home Made Bread For Sale  lie Masset Leader  P^yrt^pAds, Groceries, Boots  and Shoes, Hardware, Furniture.  Household Drugs, Fresh and Salt  Meats, Boat Supplies.  If our stock don't contain your  wants we can order anything on  'sfiplPt^ptice_. Gasoline Boat for  Hir^.^\Ve want your Eggs.  II  INLET   STORES  EVERYTHENQ IN MERCHANDISE, SUR-  and PROSPECTORS OUTFITS  Outfitting Point lor  Graham Island  ���������".'. "''��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� i.  Victor GraiBopftones  frelglii^ to low i|i &%& Way Points  ftrnwd toMasset -  Synopsis of Coal fining *~c  Re^ulatlosis  COil. Mtniiig rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, tnd  inaqortionof the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a' term of twenty-ono  years at an annual rental of f 1 an *cre. Kot  more  than 2,860 acres will  be leased to one  Application for a lease must be made by tho  applicant In person to the agent.or sub-aeent  oftlie district tn which the righto applied for  *���������n������u"vey'e4 territory the land must be described by sections, or leual subdivisionf of  sections, and in unsurveyed territory'the tract  applied for shall bo staked out by the applicant himwelf. ,  .  Each application must be aecompanfed by  e. iee of 8& which will be refunded If the rights  eonlied for are not available, but not otherwise  A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable  output of the mine at tho rate of five cents per  ^rs'ie nerson operating the mine shall furnish  the agent with sworn returns aecountinff for  the full quantity'of merchantable coal mined  anfl nay the royalty thereon. H the coal pin-  intr rl/ht* are not belnff operated, such re-  tnrna flhoutd bo f drntsbod at feast once a years  The le������M will include tho coal mlnjnfr rights  only, but tho lessee may be permitted to par-  chase whatever available ������urface rights may  ^c^n^deiwl noreflsarjr for tho worflfns of the  wSlSuTlnfonnaUoa appJlsaMon ehould b������  Vo&mfy. BisM cf. W> Inunei  Motor-bo^fifSupplies of all Kinds  . Qas Engines and Machinery  Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co.       Holliday  Engineering Ca.  Gas Engines and Machinery  Commercial Union Fire Ins. Co.    ������   Oliver Typewriter Co.  . SIMWArS TEAS mi COFFEES t BUCK'S STOVES and RANGES  EASTMAW KODAKS and SUPPLIES  Goods Delivered to any Point at Reasonabb Rates  t  We Will Handle all Kinds of Produce  mm mhi m mm  <K>  S  j:  A'  i  ft  b)A  IV  '^    II    n       II      *    IITn nl"llli I  irTilTllii^TII     r*|H m^       ������������������   lT  I'  ' 1, rl   -I  ti������y  ' jKiit^tSiit^iS^  ���������fifilii^^  \ -;��������� ^t:'$U',^^&t^M  '^**U'S*-'l?-fe������^  i,^-.-'������2>E-"  ..-.t";-i!:'Ci,.?t; ^*S������'  SCOTT, FROOD  Prince Rupert, B. C.  M������FffiLD������0:  Wholesale   grocers   and   produce  "merchants  WeVsell   direct   to   the CfJnsurrJef  For best values in  Boots and Shoes  .'Prino������;Rupert, B. '������������������������'''���������'*������'������������������������*  ��������� :x   .?���������:���������'.������..,:     ���������.-���������.-   - ���������_   '   ..-���������- " ������������������������������������������������������'.���������    ivi* ���������   -'.ft1  V*.  Watcfiihafeersi;> Jewellers, -Opticians  Muslcalp������ instrument ^Dealers  '',*>H������',,v-:3g-:;;.rJfS> -���������-������������.; , V %^...;,;,v;,i.  Prince Rupert, B. C.  Agents for  Walkover, Invictus, Queen  Quality  The genuine Penetnngpnck  Goodyear Rubber boots, etc.  weaver  Wholesale Liquor  Company  .-ifS'i^fr'  :;We; ;carry :a   special  line' of  Christmas gifts, watches, ^iocJk^  jewellery,.:icut| glass/"unlbreHas?:;  handbag^ violins,' guitars, etc.  Ps>ince Rupert  B. C.  Agents For  ROYAL ARMS SCOTCH  HEIDELBERG & SCHLITZ BEERS  Full Stock of Wines <fe Liquors  SPECIALIST  Glasses Accurately Fitted  Artificial Glass Eyes  Over Orme's Drug Store   Second Avo  PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.  the   pioneer   druggist  PRINCE RUPERT  ;    :::     :    REX ALL  agent  Two stores,; complete stock of drugs  and sundries always in stock.  Kodaks, films-and supplies.  Especial attention   given  to mail  orders.  Fred Stork's Hardware  710 Second Ave.  Prince Rupert, B. 0.  Carpenters' Tools Builders' Hardware.  Ship Chandlery Wire Cable Rope  Iron Pipe Steel Blocks Fishing Tackle  ripe Fittings I'umpa ValveH  Rifles A ShotRiins Ammunition Hose  l'aint Stoves &.Ranges  Rublierold  Roofing        Corrugated Iron  "Wo Sell  Nothing but'the  Kest"  Established 1908.  ���������i,::t j/>_?3'i<&-;.  Agents    for    Victor  gramdpfiories'  'and records.      '";���������'  ?^^^M^^������??rt0-date hotel  where ^Gfalia  Stopwfienrt|iey^y|Bit Xhe^terminus  o^he^G;i\^>BMj|ray^'''.V;-V   ���������  "d.:::: ^irst c^si^iin& Room  J|? ������������': ,^^tes.; reasonable ���������.  ItOYAtHOTEL  The only steam-heated hotel in the center of  the business district, with a firstclass cafe In  connection.   .  CORLEY A BURGESS  Proprietors  Prince Rupen  Sheet Metal Works  PRINCE ROTRT, B. C.  Tar and Gravel  Rooflw?        Skyllphtii  Cornices Furnaces Rcofins  Ship Work   Repairing   General Work  Chluiuer Flathiutfs a S|>c<-iahy  Sole   agents   for    Stanley   pianos  Special Attention Given to Mail Orders  PRINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.  Limited  Wines. lfep>rs. Soda Water Mfrs.  Sole Agents for  P & 0 SCOTCH     COWAN'S '  PERFECTION       00      BLACK  & WHITE   BUDWEISER   OLD  GERMAN LAHER     ETC.       :  Befit and Largest   Stock in  Northern   B.C.  Prince Rupert, B. C.  Fine laiforej Clothing  $Vnte> or if ihioTrit call ony  llilLY  r-.!- ������������������r^'L-.i..  Prince Rupert, B. C.  EMPRESS HOTEL  Prince Rupert, B. C.  European Plan--50c to $1  Private telephones in erery room  Hot and r.old.runnin.ff water.  Tool room, bar, barber shop  . Zit Complete-:Stfiarnsr ;  "The Only; Complete Remedy ^Vj{^  Guaranteed Money Bark/^   A Nevv  Antiseptic Treatment For allTorms  ot Kidney and Bladder Troubles^  Oesffoys Germ life.   $6 Packafle.  W. J. McCutcheon, Distributor  Prince Rupert, B. C.  NEIL MACKAY  City Property and Farm Land  313 Fulhn Street  Prince; Rupert, B. C.  lories invited  BROS., Ltd  Stationers and Printers  Gramophones, architects arid engineers sup-  plies, kodaks, loose leaf syatems, Remington  typewriters, office furniture.  Prince Rupert, B. C.  When   in   Prince Rupert    Masset  Inlet settlers stop at the  Prince Albert  ��������� W-l=N=D=S=0������Rf  to guests. First class Tahio and Bar  Butchers and Provision Dealers  Prince Rupert, B. 0.  Fish, Game,  Fruits and Vegetables  Our facilities for handling out-  of-town orders unexcelled.  Send us your order. We will  ship by boat. No order too small  f to receive "our best attention.      I'First avenue    PRINCE RUPERT  Turkish steam bath free  nox note!  Besner   &   Tinner,    I'roprietors.  This hotel is run on the European  plan. All the latest, modern improvements.  Excellent Cuisine-First CUki Sorvice  Arrives  at  Masset, Nov. 6th, and  every two weeks thereafter.  Connects at Prince Rupert with  palatial steamers Prince Rupert  and Prince George for  Vancouver,   Victoria  and Seattle'  If going East or to the Old  Country this winter use these  steamers and also the Or and  Trunk Railway System from Chicago. For full information, etc.,  apply to  Albert Davidson, Prince Rupert  Box 1094.  Enquire   i&bout   Special   Xma  Jmm  ^n.        ������. f      -*w*-*-  * t  -i f'*��������� ��������� *-  ^-.������  > J Tfa������ aetunal outlet ������2 200 equar������ miles of rich kfra, timber sind coal lands, with 6 fiu������ harbor for ocean stealers  Perfect shelter for launches 'm&.'^mU^^  lion feet of fine timber withia  two inil^ iand   the beal  millsiteon the island.;--';^>-^.:;''^^^  Townoite taces southwest, haa one and half miles of water  front *nd a magnificent outlook over MMsethBrbjor.  :6ne owner ��������� ANi>,^oiKiB:������it^:.::::;;;-;:';  No timber reservations. General siow^p^^  on thetoTrnaiffl.       Special inducemontg to hpm^ huildeSre  and indueSms' ;","������������������..    ''..>".'./��������� ':^::::.^ur?W'-';': \r'-.;--V;''v'/x������  :. JVrL''...'  You will loot into this some iday^  'riot NOW? 'First���������;com������,::$*&?$&$?������-'S*'  best -proposition   b^^  Islands.   .���������������������������'���������'.'"���������������������������;.     ';.';-;r-;::'':.''i:..^^-:\:

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