BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News May 23, 1911

Item Metadata

Download

Media
princero-1.0227701.pdf
Metadata
JSON: princero-1.0227701.json
JSON-LD: princero-1.0227701-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): princero-1.0227701-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: princero-1.0227701-rdf.json
Turtle: princero-1.0227701-turtle.txt
N-Triples: princero-1.0227701-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: princero-1.0227701-source.json
Full Text
princero-1.0227701-fulltext.txt
Citation
princero-1.0227701.ris

Full Text

Array o
*V THE  WfcATHER
/T\yotjlftfour boute ending 6   a. m.,
'���fliMI1.        MIN. TiyHl". 11AK.        IN. IIAIN
54.5      eMa     80,878
-��� t-   Q>
__*&___**
-X*     ***
im**
T
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NKXT  MAILS
I',in,,...ljWud.tW.ttt)r��fms(iiivi|iin^
Prince Ruperl      .. .     Friday, 8 a.m.
V,n;. H,  NO. 115
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, May 23, 1911.
Price Fivk Cents
CHARGED WITH
Cm*    *��__���_> ___i_d__
WELL KNOWN RUPERT
MAN HURT ON LAUNCH
Robert Kitson Dragged into Engine in Skidegate Channel-Seriously Burned and Arm Fractured���
Urgent Need for Resident Doctor
Serious injury has been indicted "ii Robert Kitson who is
well known in Prince Rupert, by
an accident on board his gasoline
launch in Skidegate Channel the
other day. He was attending
ilic i limine when the sleeve of his
jackel got caught, and his lefl
arm was drawn in by the lly-
wlinl and fractured.
Badly   Burned
Unable to free himself Kitson
w.is held s<> close to the exhaust
valve that the burning gas poured
.ill across his arms, shoulder and
face. \V. J, l.eary, and Reginald
Husband who were wilh him did
.ill they could to help him. They
had i" slash away his clothes, and
thc agony he suffered from the
bums made him faint. As soon
as lie w.is extricated the others
ran the launch top-speed for the
Queen Charlotte Hospital.
Nurse Set Arm
So doctor was available, but
the muse in attendance did her
ntni'is! for tht   patient.    She set
his arm antl tended the burns
which are more serious than the
fracture. Kitson who was recently
with Messrs. Anderson & McKinnon, is still iii the hospital, antl
so far no tloetor has arrived at
the island to sec to him. The
need for a doctor over there is
most urgent, and Mr. l.eary who
is a merchant antl J. P. of Skideeate is making an effort to have a
resitlent surgeon there as soon as
possible. The Lillooet is stationed
al Skidegate now but she has no
doctor aboard,
Is It War?
Alderman Clayton asketl the
direct question at last night's
council, "Ditl Alderman Hilditch
ever instruct the Engineering Department to bury any petitions
or reports?" Alderman Hilditch
promptly replied "Never."
A classified advertisement will
reduce the cost of selling your
property lo the lowest figure.
LAURIER MET
NOTABLES
Dinner Given   to  Members  of
the Imperial Conference
ASQUITH WAS HOST
All the Principal Members of
British Cabinet, and Many
Eminent    Personages    Were
Present.
Canadian I'ress Despatch)
London,  May 23.   A brilliant
complimentary dinner was given
*>) Premier Asquith last night in
I "I   the  members  of   the
Imperial Conference.   It was one
"i  thc  most   brilliant   functions
Mil iu London, comprising  the
I'ii"-! eminent men in Great Britain
and thc Dominions over the seas.
Among those who were present
I Sii Wilfrid Laurier, Premier
I"1 Canada; the Duke of Argyle;
Miiiio,  Viceroy  of   India;
Lord Aberdeen, Lord Kitchener,
Lord Strathcona, Sir Kdward Grey,
Minister of State for Foreign
Affairs: Mr. David Lloyd-George,
Mr. Lewis Vernon Harcourt, and
Lord I.yttleion.
After the dinner, a reception was
held, at which the elite of London
society met at the Imperial representatives,
DAUGHTER SHOT
FATHER IN PLAY
Pointed a Rifle, not Knowing It
was Loaded    Quebec Tragedy
Quebec, May 23.���Killed by a
bullet, fired from his own rifle, in
the hands of his own daughter, was
the tragic fate of Solomon Theberg
of Sl. Raphael this morning. No
suspicion of foul play is entertained, for the girl is only fourteen
years old. She was pointing the
weapon at him in a spirit of play
fulness, not knowing that it was
loaded.
MORE ARRESTS
AT LOS ANGELES
J. Connors Charged wilh Placing Dynamite Under Hall
(Canadian i'ress I)
May
>atch)
Los   Angeles,   May   23.���More
,Tresis fnr alleged dynamiting were
made in Los Angeles this morning,
and m ��rc are to follow. The
arrest made is lhat of J. Connors,
who is charged with having placed
a  stick  of dynamite  ui tier  the
Colli ty Hall of Records last September, with intent to destroy
lhe building. Oilier arrests are
to take plat i- during today.
Are You Married?
Acting iu tier instructions from
the council last night the Accountant for the Engineering Department will ascertain how many
of the workers on lhe City Pay-roll
are married men, antl oiler information tending to show that
they are or are nol citizens of
permanent standing.
*l^,l   ��,l  . Il��la��aa  afc , ,-^.,r^.,,��^.,aa.^..^.��.^��.ajal
BASEBALL SCORES!
WERECMHSRpn7WILL HOLD THE SPORTS
I
���~~+
National League
Boston 1, St. Louis 3.
Chicago (i, Philadelphia 2.
Pittsburg 1, New York 5.
Cincinnati '.i, Brooklyn I.
American League
Boston 2, Sl. Louis 0.
Washington 7, Iictroit li.
Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 1.
PREMIER MONIS
WILL RECOVER
Does not yet Know of Minister
Bertaux's Death
Paris, May 28.- Premier Monis,
who was injured by the collapse
of a monoplane un Saturday al
the start of the Paris to Madrid
race, is progressing favorably,
though still seriously ill. He has
not yet been informed of ihe death will be required
of War Minister Bertaux, who was work   begins   on
Serious Charge Against Mexican Rebels at Torreon
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Mexico Ciiy, May 23.���Official
reports which reached here today
tell lhal following the rebel occupalion of Torreon last week,
Iwo hundred and six Chinese
residents  were  shot   by   the  rebel
commandent.
Upon receipt of tin- news, the
Chinese Charge D'Affaires made
a formal representation uf tin-
news to tlu- Mexican Government,
DOWN ON THE WHARF
Fine Programme is Arranged for Tomorrow    Children
Will Race at 10.30, and the Men at 2 p. m.
Good Prizes to be Given
ceep  in
honor
Mr. Agnew Goes on Trip
A. W. Agnew, Engineer retained
by lhe Cily during lhe Wood-
worth Lake Waterworks surveys,
of which he has had charge, has
been granted leave of absence
for a visit up river. His services
as SOOn as the
the   Woodworth
Tomorrow, to k
the memory of the good Queen
Victoria, .ill ihe boys ami girls
of Prince kuperi. along with lhe
bigger folk .ne to keep holidi \.
But the fiiii, for lhe inosl part, is
to be for the children,and all kinds
of prizes are offered.
The laces will take place a I
the wharf, on a nice broad place
between the (irand Trunk Bheds
and the Foley, Welch & Stewart
sheds. The children's' races will
start   al   10.30   in   lhe   morning.
fatally injured at the same time.     Lake Permanent Supply.
TROUBLE IN COUNCIL
ALDERMEN ARE SPLIT
Members   of   Streets,   Works   and   Property  Committee   Rebel
Against Chairman Hilditch---Aid. Douglas Will Not Stand
for Any Oue-Man Show---Ald.   Newton  Urges the
Combatants Not to Divide the Council
In   the  afternoon   at   2  o'clock
the men will hold their races,
Even the fat men will have a
race, while two races, one at
UIII yards and one al half a mile
will be for lhe Indians alone.
The following is lhe full programme of the races, The prizes
are on view in the window <*l
Cray's jewellery store. Thej ��� n
well worth winning:
Children s Sports, at 10.30 a.m.
Wee < iirl>* Race, SO yards,
Wee Boys' Race 50 Yards.
Cirls. s io lOyrs., 75 Yards,
Boys, .S to 111 yrs., 7.") Yards.
Girls, 10 to 13 yrs��� 76 Yards.
Boys, into 13yrs.,75Yards.
Girls, Ki yrs d over, 100 Yards
Boys, 13 yrs. and over, UIII Yards
Hop, Step and Jump lor Boys.
Obstacle Race for Hoys.
Runnii g High Jump.
St.Hiding Broad Jump.
Sack  Race.
Potato Race.
Boxing Match, Two Rounds, for
Boys.
Men
Races, to Commence at
2 p.m.
100 Yards Dash.
���22ti Yards Dash,
ssn Yards Dash.
'.i Mile R.e.
Running Broad Jump.
St.mding Broad Jump.
Hop, su p .ii.(| lump,
i Ibstacle Race.
Fat  M.m'- Rate.
Indian Races
inn Yards Dash.
1-2 Mil" Race
IHE WAS LED AWAY BY
HIS KINDNESS OF HEART
[Aid. Kirkpatrick Made  a  Bold  Confession as to How
the Little Fruit Stand on McBride St. is Being
Built in Defiance of Council's Edict
A*  lie  came   along   McBride
>*t'*a the other night Alderman
n,vll�� was appalled by the ap-
j 'h.re   at   the   corner   of
hf"i avenue of a structure rising
In.lii    Hie
ground in appearance
P'P'auusly like a  fruit   stand.
,"      '"��� 'I'd Alderman Clayton
I ' tite council had expressly
1 permission to erect a fruit
'  '""'  to a  certain  crippled
��'"' has been with  the
'  '      lhe   clearing    of    lhe
[     ' ��hich work he was Injured
permanently,
A Bold Confession
.,        "   'hi'  fruit  stand   and
''""''"led Alderman Clay-
'*"���  council   board   last
l1^1"'    'lie council answered him
'.' *'��fd,  but  the memories
"arioy��   aldermen   went    back
,',,"""' When   lhe  permit   -o
'""   Wag  refused   Ihe dis-
4���|
Workman.    How then diet
he dare to begin building was the
question. Not until the babel
of opinions antl enquiries hatl
tlied flown a little w.is the voice
of Alderman Kirkp.irtiek heard
salving simply. "Oh well, the poor
old cha!) is Crippled and has no
means of support but this, antl I
just toltl him to go ahead .md
build, antl ask for permission
afterwards."
Kor one instant there was consternation  at   the bold  confession
of idnd hearted Kirkpatrick. Then
the touch of nature that makes
the whole world kin. came to tin
rescue and Mayor .md COUndl
approved the action. Hi" *��*
must be no more of it they all
think, antl if the fruit stand can
be put on wheels so that it may
be moved if need be. so much the
better. A friend of 'I"' "IPP1* "
is constructing it for him in spate
lime as a helpful gift.
Kor the lirst lime in the history
of  the present   city council   there
appears evidence of something rather like a split. The trouble is
with the streets committee antl
the bone of contention is lhc
Engineering Department. The
salary raises proposed in that
department as recommended by
the Ciiy Engineer, ami approved
by  Alderman   Hilditch   do   not
please Alderman Morrsisey who
last night brought in a minority
report, antl slid things about the
engineering department which stirred up Alderman Hilditch.
Garbled Reports
When the reports of the streets
committee  hail   been   presented,
and before the Mayor hatl put
them before the council formally,
Alderman Morrissey who had evidently had all his ammunition
ready before the meeting began,
got on his feet.
"I am verv displeased," he said,
put all the blame for the garbled I pleading with the combatants and
streets committee reports tin Al-1 the Mayor to defer the battle
derman Douglas who had taken; until a set day when the whole
the minutes at the committee I matter coultl be taken up in
meeting,  antl  showed   the  notes committee  of   the  whole,  which
A Case of Charity
Through   Ensign   Johnstone   ������
case of urgent charily was brought
under the notice of the city
council last night. A sum ol $75
was voted to meet il. In the
same two minutes it was also
agrenl todevotc$50 to the Empire
Day Fund.
from which he hatl compiled the
reports declaring it was a wonder
the result was even as clear as
it was. Then he valiantly defended
the engineering department, declared that the stall worked nobly,
ami that nobody on the council
was toiling harder to get the
work out of them than Alderman
Hilditch himself.
Douglas on Defensive
Like an artist aggrieved, Alderman Douglas assumed his glasses antl regardetl his noles admiringly. He passed them round
for the inspection of the council
antl   the   Mayor.     "The   trouble
is." he declared, "that the chairman   of   the   streets   committee
wants to run the w hole show . For
my own  pari,"  he continued,     I
is Alderman Newton'- panacea
foi all the ills to which a city
council can fall heir.
"Don't divide the council," he
implored,   antl    Mayor   Manson,
nothing loth promptly fixed this
evening as the dmeol meeting.
The Troubled Question
The raises of s.ilar\ upon which
the   two   factions
committee are at
CRANBY SMELTERS
WILL SHUT DOWN
Cannot Keep Going Owing to
Lack of Coal Through Strike
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Lethbridge. May 23.   It is announced that the Granby Smelters
PEACE NOW
IN MEXICO
News
of   P -ace   Agreement
Received Quietly
FEW NOT SATISFIED
Cientifico Party, Deposed as a
Result of Madero s Success
are Thinking of Starting Another Revolution.
Juarez. May 2;i. Peace now
reigi s supreme throughout northern    Mexico,   as   a    result    of   the
announcement of ihe declaration
of  peace.     The only disquieting
at Greenwood will dose tomorrow I news is from Mexico City.   There
ol
the   streets  indefinitely,   owing   to   a   .scarcity several members of  the Cientifico
loggerheads are'of fuel due m the miners' strike, party, who as a result of the success
as    follows:     Alderman    Hilditch   The closing down of the smelters of   the   Madcrisl   movement,   are
favors the City Lngineer's recom-  means   that   seven   hundred   men now deposed, are talking of start-
mendation thus:   A. S. Lucas to will be thrown out of employment, ing another revolution against Ma-
 ._. Idero,
Buy on Sixth Street for $1500     Tin- news of the declaration <>f
Cash.   H. F. McRae & Co. peace   hai   penetrated   all over.
"with  these reports,    They areIwas elected by the people and will
all garbled,    Alterations have been   serve their interests first."
made in them this very nighl.    I
see nt) mention of the employment
of an extra City Engineer which
,          ��� ,       ,                         i          ,i,i   parttnent been doing.''    demanded
I considered necessary.    1 am toltl IK 	
by  many   citizens   that   petitions
are   being   kept   buried   in    the
TheDep't. Again
'What  has  lhe engineering de-
engineering department 1 feel
that if there is any undue influence
being usetl by any man over the
engineering department to have
matters shelved like this something should be done about it.
Is this to be a one man council.'
If not. what sort of council are
we that we tlo not-fire this engineering department for burying petitions and unsatisfactory work.
11 seems to me," he concluded,
"lhat increases of pay are proposed for those tm the engineering
staff   who   are   most   responsible
for blunders made, while men who
h.ive worked  faithfully  are  being
offered   senior   posts  at   salaries
below those of the men leaving."
Hilditch Puts on the Cap
At this Alderman Hilditch rose
suing that hc saw clearly that
Alderman    Morrisscy's   remarks
Alderman Morrissey. "Had the
whole field staff not live weeks'
idleness inside during the strike?"
Again Alderman Hilditch defended the department He apologised for doing so. It was not
usual for him to defend the engineering department. Hut they
had been starting the streel on-
StTUCtion work .since the beginning ni i() MorrjMm
of the year, antl half the stall
hatl been on the waterworks."
"Don't Divide Council"
Alderman   Morrissey   declared
that it was an insult lo Mr.
Lucas  lo expect  him  to  take up
l.e Assistant Engineer at $175 a
month. II. Simpson to be Chief
Draftsman at 1108.33 per month.
('. T. Ileward to be Water-works
antl Sewer Engineer at 1125 per
month. A. E. Oakley to be
Construction Engineer at 1125
per morfth. J. A. Miller to be
Draftsman at $125 per month,
and C. IL Newton to have a raise
of   18.33   while   a   new   assist.mt
shouhl also be employed at $100 Deputations and Petitions to City Council Have Effect
per month. of Making That Body  Flan  Speedy  Action to
Alderman Morrissey whould'
have il this way: Mr. Lucas to
be Chief Assist.mt at .$200 per
month, Mr. Simpson to have
$150, Mr. Ileward $125 per month,
antl the new assistant lo be
employed   at   $100   per   month.
N'o   other   raises   on   lhe   present
sc.ile are contemplated by Alder-
BUSINESS MEN REQUEST
FOR MORE SIDEWALKS
Help Second and Third Ave. Merchants
To Make Known the City
Arrangements have been made
with the newspapers of the city
to extend  lhe publicity of  I'rince
Quite   a   number   ol   business
districts   of   Prince   Rupert   ������ re
getting to need sidewalks pretty
badly, .md in response to several
different requests the city council  intends  to  take up  lhe whole
question of sidewalks, attending
to as many of the most urgently
needful cases as early as possible.
At Own Expense
Aid. Smith Would Act
Alderman Smith was very decided about il. II: said that if
he had his way he would grant
permission for that sidewalk to go
ahead  today.    Planks belonging
to lhe Theatre Co. are King idly
,it hand ami Alderman Smith
said the business people needing
them might have the use of these
planks for this sidewalk.
Most of ihe residents petitionii g        Third Avenue Needs One
for  sidewalks are willing   lo  put       Another   important   sidewalk
Ruperi by having copies forward-1 them in al iheir own expense ii question brought up last night was
the work of Mr. Clements at a ed to the principal libraries through I the city will lend them the lumber! that of Third avenue around the
reduced salary.   Alderman Clay- out the American Continent.        | until tlie grading is finished in thc (Sixth Street district.   A deputa-
lon had a general slap at everybody con net led with the com
mitlee .oul the much abused de
paitment  in  the endeavor to im
neighborhood.     Business) -  aloi u don   <>f   owners  waited   on   the
This is Right Second avenue on  the north side 1 council    last    night.      They    also
During the holiday you should [between Sixth ami Eighth streets want   a   sewer   connection,   ami
eai well and in a place giving have been suffering. For a long permission to use some -pare pipe
prove the position. And then good service, beautifully furnished time they h.ive put up with the of the city's. The matter is to be
into the fray solemnly Stalked I and with easy prices. You will I hindrance but List night Mr. I loff-i looked into by the streets com-
Alderman   Newton   with   the   up-1 find   these  features  at  the  Royal  man of the Mechanics'Store asketl  mittee with a view to granting the
were directed against himself.   He | lifted hands of  the peace-maker, I Hotel Restaurant.
a if something could be done soon.    I sidewalks and sewer speedily,
__*__* T H!E    D AI L Y    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The Vrince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publinhing Company, Limited
DAILY  ANU WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION KATES- Daily, 50c per month, or $6.00 per year, in advance.
WEEKLY, $2.00 per year. Outside Canada- Dally, $8.00 peryear; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVBRTI8ING-60 centi per Inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C   Telephone 08,
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
Nk.w YORK���National Newspaper Bureau, 21'J Bast 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle   Puget Sound News Co.
London, ENQLAND-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square,
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It ihould be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Tuesday, May 23
MORALS AND THE RE-FORMER
Toronto is not the only place that is trying by restrictive measures
to conserve the morals of its young people. From Ketchikan, Alaska,
conies a notice to the effect that Mayor Thomas Torry of that burg,
will prosecute anj person under the age of sixteen found on the streets
of Ketchikan after Hi o'clock .it night, after Saturday, May 13th.
We have a similar by-law on our own city record, though little attempt
is made to enforce it. The intention is good, the main effect of the
by-law if enforced would probably make for good. But at best it is
a clumsy way of cultivating young morals.
Why, for instance, staying up late o'nights should be an offence
one night, anil a penniss.ible thing the follow ir.g night is hard to understand. All arbitrary measures .ir.- clumsy, and must fail in many
individual cases, no matter how well they may work in the mass.
The trouble is that in mor.ils more than in most other things
we confuse causes and effects. There is .i reason. Morals are a comparatively recent development in the race. The m.iss of people has
not yet had time to analyse ai d codify moral phenomena. Conscience
which is the flowering of morals, has not yet been even defined satisfactorily.
Take tht question of divorce, which is now agitating the people
. ; Great Britain and the United States, and bills fair to agitate the
people I Canada before many years .ire past. Many persons, anxious
for the moral welfare of their laud are concerned about it. They
tniiik it is wrong even for newspapers to chronicle the proceedings
of the court.
True there are newspapers which .ire to be censured for their
manner of treating these cases, for the method they employ of culling
the garbage from the court records, and presenting these, with highly
spiced seasonings as a literary dish for their readers.
But the mere fact that a number of persons unhappily mated
have been able to free themselves from an unhallowed bond is not
an evidence of an immoral state of society, lt is an evidence oi a
moral state of society. There is no worse form of immorality, than
the compulsory mating of two persons who have neither love nor
respect for each other. The horror of it is not less revolting bei.iuse
il is enforced by the pitiless compulsion "t respectable social opinion.
instead of .it the point of the bayonet, or at the butt of a club. Hie
cruelty the immorality is greater for it is a more refined mode
of torture. The doctrine of eternal punishment for one's mistakes,
is bad enough, but to begin it in this life���?���?
The changed feeling which has come over many thoughtful minds
in contemplating the problem in morals which the divorce court brings, |
is well expressed by Philip Rappaport, the eminent cbunse
j ITEMS   OF
S P O R T j
who is
ine
lhe  Minneapolis line-up:
>r Gill, Cravath, Williams, Ross-
defending  the men at  Los Angeles from  the sensational charge oflj^ Kj|ijfer, Ferris, Owens, Mc-
dynamiting the Times building.   In one of his books "Looking For- ,,���n,ilk.   Altrock,  Waddell   and
ward," we think it is. he indulges in a reminiscence, gomewhat as pattergon,
follows: "When I was .i young man .it the Bar, I made it a practice
always, when a divorce case came to me, to do everything I could     U|u.n a poor game is pi. veil in
to bring about a reconciliation.   Usually 1 was successful, for with hig Kln y,iui owner O'Neil of the
the pleadings of friends, and the fear of publicity before them, a couple Nu. Britain Connecticut League
contemplating     divorce,    .ire very  amenable  to  pleas for  reconcib  c,ub  giygj   die  fans  rain   checks
iation.   Bui my well-meant efforts always ended in ruin. The patched gQ(Xj for ,|K, Iu.xl scheduled game
up reunion never lasted, and I soon learned that when a man and
woman  reach  that  point  in  their married life that  they are
to face the frown of friends and the publicity of the divorce
to get away from one another, that the kindest and most moral thing
io do, i- to hasten the process,   Now, when 1 get a divorce case
I am doing a good work."
In the realm of moral reform,salvation is not to ^^^^^^
by the ostrich-like trick of hiding one's head in the .-.mil. and con- |.'m|die Parent, who has been
eluding that because unpleasant facts are not seen, that therefore ri.|L,asai |,y tiu. White Sox t<>
tiny  do not exist. ,        Baltimore,  celebrated  his lasl ap-
In morals, as in philosophy, art, medicine, religion, education, pearance jn the big league by
politics, and indeed in every department of intellectu.il effort, thereIgettjng three hits with a total of
.ire two schools of thought    one which aims to conserve the old sys-  four ;��� ^vt. tjmes U[)
tems, and one which aims to re-form and create new  systems.    Hie 	
radical method of the reformer is the more difficult policy to carry-
out. But it is only in a re-adjustment, a re-forming of society to
avoid the evils which the old social systems produce, that the real
hope for an ideal society persists.
willing
court
thi
1 feel
accomplished
Major league managers are cutting down their squads, : nd the
minor leagues are grabbing
youngsters   as   fast   as   they
released.
NEW PERFECTION"�����17
EASILY Ol'KKATED
ECONOMICAL
EASILY CLEANED
An Ideal Summer Stove
-FOB   SALE    BY-
The Thompson Hardware Company
Telephone 101
l**tm^m^A^***^**^Am**mr^m*^m^*^m*Tr^r*^**^lm
New York sports have a new
idol as the result of the great
showing made by Jack Britton,
the Chicago lightweight. He made
Johnny Mario look like a novice,
Britton will probably be given al
ch.inceat One-Round Hogan soon.
Three National League clubs-
Boston. Brooklyn and Cincinnati���
have refused to waive or Pitcher
Reulbach, waivers on his services
having been asked by Chicago
at the time when waivers were
requested on Pfeistcr.
..+ ^.+.^.+	
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise        ��� ���        Largest Slock
 K
���it I
I 1
1 1
1 i
1
1
I    Lowest Prices  in  Northern B. C.   | )
i 1
I 1
i "	
! I
^^^^^^^^^^ . a^-~ a-~~-.^��� ~~ K
Jack Johnson, heavyweight cha-
.npion, declared in Chicago today1
that  he would  take pleasure  in j
"knocking thc head olT" Fireman |
Jim   Flynn,   Al   Kaufman's  conqueror, if guaranteed 110,000, win,
lor lose, or draw.   If the terms are
accepted, Johnson says the battle
a must   take  place  before  June   1,
ias he sails for England on June 5.
i��ie of the most remarkable
years in the betting on the English
Derby is in evidence in this year
of grace. Shetland, the raging
favorite of but a week ago, has
receded, the unknown having drop-
assert your identity
This you will admit:���If you mingle
with a million men you are merely
one of the crowd, ���unless you assert your identity. Good clothes
are one of the forces of modern
living. No man has ever hurt his
cause by being well dressed. Assert yourself. Wear good clothes-
wear 20th  Century Brand Clothes.
Also All Lines of the Niftiest Gents' Furnishings
SLOAN AND COMPANY
CLOTHIERS
Sixth Street
Phone 297
petl back from 11 to 2 io 11)0 toS
against. M. Edmund Blanc's other
colt. Lord Bttrgoyne, has. however, ascended the betting ladder,
and    the   best    price    procurable
about this animal now is !i tu 1
against. The horse which has
displaced Shetland is Sunstar, the
property of Mr. J. B. Joel, which
won the Two Thousand (iuine.i-.
;8
3
���~~\
8
SU
a!;
S;i;
S;i;
5T;:';
���
5J;:;
mi
$���;���
8;:;
ar:
ar:
ar:
ij
I
1
a::-
a-i;
m
wninwwn>nMM>wn<n>n,nin<Mw,nin>nin>Hw
.*........�����..��.....................................a*.......	
.....m.. ...*,..........._...........*,..........................tt.-m.
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Townsites
Do a Little Thinking for Yourtelf
Bu> in New Towni and Make Money
Do a Little Thinking (or Yourtelf
Buy in New Towni and Make Money
Wainwright is imp of the Divisional
Pointa un the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway, and had its lirst boom i.i-'
year whei ihe steel of the main line
ol the Transcontinental reached there.
It is grown and in still growing not
only because ll la a town In which the
railway la directly Interested, bul alao
for the reason that, like Ellison "ii the
Skeena, It la a point where navigation
meets iteel rail-. There are itill chances
of getting in on Wainwright or on one
of its addition*, al a very low figures, and
easy terma of payment,
MAKE APPLICATION for
LOTS IN ANY
OF THE ABOVE
TOWNS TO EITHER
*+m***nm*w%m*>^m*mm._****,*iw*0wmw*m*mm%m^
*0\*0K*^*\*f*\*0\**\*��K**%*f*K*0*\***%*M*x*
��� ������������������������������������*���������������������������*������������***������������������������*������������*�������������� H..M.. �� Ml. > MMU > MtMMM.��HK V *��********��?* ** * *Z. t * ****** 1*"*"H" _\ m m, m _ mm** *)���***
*.W*\m1*^mf*mm*r**if*\M*\g*\mr*^_*W*m^*m*/*\*r*\0*\t*mmt
���������Wl
i*_m
11
81
n
n
II
II
Wat
n
mm
II
ml
���:tS
m
m
fits
���slS
��� ������
Wainwright   Watrous     Melville      Rivers
WATROUS, which is thc Terminus of
the branch line of thc Grand Trunk
Pacific and the next plan- ol importance to Saskatoon, in the centre of a
rich prairie country and is al��o growing in fame as a health 'ex,r\. Little
Manitou Lake is it Watrous, and the
beating power ol tnW water la the "under
of modern medical science Al it is
the i nly ureal medicinal mineral lake
in the Dominion, 'he railway is hound
tn  make  it   famous.    There  is  still  a
chance of planting a few dollars in this
townsite. and their rapid growth und
crop is hound to he interesting.
MKLVILI.E resembles Chicago in "sit-
tinR at the gates of trade." The junction |K��int of railways so im|>ort.jnt as
the tirand Trunk Pacific and Hudson
Bay railway" must, in the natural
0OUIM "f events, become un important
city. Now is the time to huy. The
prion for choice lots are extremely
_** an.l the possibilities for profit practically unlimited. The purpose of the
Grand  Trunk   Pacific  in  offering these
l i low is to encourage the upbuilding
of Melville, und thus cieate a market
fur its su|>crh transportation facilities.
RIVERS is a divisional point between
Melville und Winnipeg, and it ulso has
hopes of having brunch connections,
one to join the Great Northern at
Brandon, and the other to Regina. The
Grand Trunk I'm ilic purchased a large
UlWniltO here with the prophetic belief thai from its geogrcphical position
as the centre of a great wheat growing
district, a large city would naturally
grow up at this point. And to encourage thia growth the railway company is offering bts at low prices and
very liberal terms of payment. Better
call und see us aliout Rivera.
Do a Little Thinking for Yourself
Biggar
BIGGAR is one of the divisional points
on the Granu Trunk Pacific, and in
the lomnany's yards there already
seven miles of truckuge lies been laid
and is in use. The site is between
Watrous und Wainwright, and the
town is named after W. H. Biggar,
general solicitor of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, lt is not only on the main
line of the great transcontinental rail-
wuy, but it also is the junction of the
brunch lines of that railway to Battle-
ford and to Calgary und the Winnipeg-
Edmonton branch of the Canadian
Padflc runs through the townsite.
Within the last few days we have
made several remittances on account
of lots purchased in Biggar.
LAND COMMISSIONER, GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY,  WINNIPEG.  MANITOBA,  OR
JEREMIAH H KUGLER, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Buy in New Towns and Make Money
Ellison
ELLISON needs little to be suid of il to
Prince Ru|>ert people for the reason
that since navigation OO the Skeetia
opened a number of people have gone
there by boat from Prince Rupert to
first look Into the whole skuation before wives'ing. What they say of this
river port and probabilities ot its becoming a grail railway city is the best
kind of advertising for local readers.
Those who desire to invest can do so
through the Lond Commissioner of the
Railway direct, through A. W. Bridg-
mun. the eompuny's ugont for Ellison
in Victoriu, or through J. H. Kugler
of this city.
Make all checks and remittances payable to G. U. Ry-
ley, Land Commissioner of
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
ELLISON
ROGERS' ADDITION
SEALEY
��8
m
m
���m
fits
"'la
��� *__*l
m
m
m
'���lia
M
Every Railway Town is a Money Maker.Think of the unearned increment attaching
to present dots on the route of the Great Transcontinental Railway that you know
are bound to become, in the next few years and under ordinary rules of Commercial
Development, populous, bustling cities.    The railway does it.    TRANSPORTATION
FACILITIES    RAPIDLY   INCREASE   POPULATION.      POPULATION    RAPIDLY
INCREASES VALUES OF  REALTY.     Before  the  railway  trunk    highway!   and
navigable waterways decided the sites and were the builders of the great centres
of commerce and industry.    The latter is atill a mighty factor, and wherever navigable waters meet the steel highway THERE IS BOUND TO BE AN IMPORTANT
CITY.    Thia established fact is what makes ELLISON AND SEALEY TOWNSITES
so important from the investment standpoint,    lt must be remembered that Ellison
��� s the ra.lway townsite in British Columbia in which the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
RivTanV ���     T * l"lere8t?d and iB �� i��int ��wner' Sealey is situated on the Skeena
Rtver and i. a townstte w.tb.n a town.ite.    On it. three sides the lots of Elli.on
"Ask
Uncle
Jerry"
are divided from thoae of Sealey simply by the width of the streets; its fourth side
is the waterfront. Sealey has already the nucleus of a business centre. The shops
and supply warehouses of the great railway contractors, Messrs. Foley, Welch.*
Stewart are situated at this point, and it is the river port of the company's steamers.
A lusty payroll is a mighty factor in the building of a city. In a direct line from
Sealey through the heart of Ellison, and only seven blocks from the site of the railway station and the great freight yards, is ROGERS ADDITION TO ELLISON. Its
slight and gently sloping elevation makes it ideal for the residential section ofthe
City and Port of Ellison. Investors have, therefore, a choice. Lots in Ellison arc
$250 for inside, and $350 for corners. Sealey lots run from $200 to $375 according to
location. Rogers' Addition lots are $150 for inside, and $250 for corners, with liberal
terms of payment. A lot in any Grand Trunk City cannot fail to be a safe speculation
or a profitable permanent investment.
m
H
m
m
m
H
m
For Uto in Rogers* Addition to Ellison or Lots in Sealey, address: JEREMIAH H. KUGLER, "Uncle Jerry," Prince Rupert, B.C.
U&&5S!
m
fits
ii
m
m
m THE   DAILY    NEWS
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   CityJMces����.
LET US HAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER
WE   HANDLE  ONLY  THE   BEST.
TRY
WE_SAV_E   YOU   MONEY,
US AND SEE" WHY.       -:"
T0   Residents of Sections 5, 6,   7 and   8���We deliver  promptly,
our goods are fresh, at pricea not to be beaten in the city   :   i
[rltphunr
228
** MUSSALLEM & CO. �� a* _**__________
WE  HAVE   BUYERS   FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
 ~+
= THE COSY CORNER = j
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE  INTERESTS   OP   WOMEN     \
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
GOOD-LOOKING SUIT
You Need Pay No Rail-
way Fare to Vancouver
We bridge thc chasm between all outlying points in the Province
of British Columbia and the City with our intereating illustrated
catulogue and our thoroughly organized Mail Order Service. You
will want June Wedding Gifts and Coronation Souvenira. Therefore, write for our Coronation Booklet and atudy our summer valuea
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, limited
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GEO. K  TROREY, Managing Director Vancouver, B.C
i^^^fe?lK^J^^^^fe^g^^^^^
Dark blue serge makes ideal
spring coat suits fur young girls,
and an effective model in this
material is trimmed with bands of
black silk soutache, as shown
above. The design is simple,
but exceedingly smart, the lines
of coat being especially good.
coast tlown hill, in ;i carl without
springs, over many thank-you-
ma'ams! Ami no man can tell
when the jolts arc coming! Helen
Rowland.
NOVEL  BLOUSES
Latest Departures in the Shape
of Yokes
A blouse of dark etamine over
white has an oddly shaped yoke
and sleeves of embroidered batiste,
and there are various models in
silk with shallow yokes of lingerie
stuff continued down the outside
of the sleeve in a band and sometimes, as in some charming models
seen, running down lhe front of
the blouse as well. Deep cape
collars, sailor collars, Dutch colli.rs, or embroidered batiste or
linen appear upon many of the
colored blouses in silk or sheer
materials, antl some exceedingly
g< od-looldng models of silk, chiffon,
silk mouBseline, or etamine combines with white or cream batiste
embroidered in color in.itching thc
silk.
Dinah's Corn Bread
Two aiggs, buttah big as two
persimmons, jes' a little salt, thre
cupfuls of cawnmeal (none ob yo'
yaller meal, on'y lit fo' chickens,
but fine white meal made ob
Hint cawu, like yo git in ole
K,untuck), one cupful ob white
flowah, three heapin, teaspoonfuls
ob bakin' powtlah. Heat yo' aiggs
up light, melt yo' buttah, an'
throw it in along witl de salt.
I'oah in yo' milk it must be
fraish an' sweet, honey. Now,
stirr  in  de  cawn  meal  good  an'
Double Weekly Service Tq Lease
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays,  8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���s. Prince Albert saila for Port   Simpaon, Nans Hiver l'oints, Masset,
Nation Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
anil f',r:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
cofl, J oil way,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  ami   return  via   Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and conven-   Twelv
ient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,   	
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the oflice hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
Section
1
1
1
1
i;
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American -Billiards
Tables Second Ave
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFKICE     :     :
j For  all   kinds  of help,  conks,
j waiters,  dishwashers, hotel  pot'
I ters, all kinds uf laborers nr me-
J chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
j ur call lit the
i Grand Hold Free  Employment  Oflice
i Headquarters for cooks s, waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Conl
ALL 0RDBR8 PROMPTLY rtl.l.KD
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B. C. COAST SERVICE
s.s. PRINCESS BEATRICE
v��
mver Victoria Seattle
Wednesday 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab General Ag ent
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENl'E AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  FIRST   CLASS I1AR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
KATES 50 CENTS AND UP
PATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 p. O.  Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
w. j. McCutcheon +
CarrH'setani|alfL satiH-k ,,f limy...    Special
uttenliain lasiil t<i tlllink' lircscrljitlainB.
Theatre Block Phowi No. n Second Ave.
+
+������++++++++++++++++++++++���
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
Hotel Central
Cor. First Aw.
and 7th Street
1 :t.-|h-:i- nnd American t>hin. U im
heated, modern convenience*. Kale*
11.00 to $2.50 Pit d:i\. :
Pclrr BUcic
Proprietor
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders pmmiitly lltlcl.    Prices rrasaatiablr.
OFFICE- II. II. Rochester. Centre Sl.     I'hone *.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
New
Knox
Hotel
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
���
���
Groceries
Provisions
Fruits
Vegetables
m
m
m
m
m
u
m
u
Inrl
We have just received n
large shipment
of
���
2nd and McBride
Telephone No 187
Christie's
Over loo different kinds
STALKER & WELLS
BESNER &  BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knot Hotel Is run on the European
plan. First<clat* service. All the I^tte.t Mmlern
Improvements. -:-:- BEDS GOe UF
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
���
*!����
LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL fl N D   ASP HALT
B  We Will Not Spend Money Ad-   B
vertising anything but
Real Bargains
5th A**. A.aaat, Iron, Ho.piUl
*T00 -Hantlk-8 a splendid lot
One of thc belt in scc-
tion 6.   Price (1400.
?I7."> ('ash handle* a flnc lot
nn 10th Ave., section
x. rightoff Conrad St.,
Price $360.
Nesr Sth Ave. snd Emmerson Plsce
Mil"' Cash handles one of thc
l>cat buys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the best
residences have been
built, a pretty site and
very cheap, $1100.
Sth Ave , Near Imaausl Place
1800.00   Down  nn   a $400 lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well local oil.
Cor. Slh Ave. aad Imaeuel Placa
I ���"" ('ash handles this dnuble
GOnier The Cold Storage Plant has made
corner one of the best
buys in town, as an investment it is eilt-
eilge, and $100 below
market, $1000.
���aa    ,'.*""' """ B<"lnaM Quartan
f-'i Per Month- will rent a
building 25x40 near 3rd
and 6th Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Houilon ii Ihe Place lor You
WO to $400 a lot will place you
m nn this ncw Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
'���'litre of Pleasant Valley,
which is the cream of the
Hulkley Valley.
!  Law-Butler Co.
Heal Estate and Insurance
Third Ave.
AND PETROLEUM ps:S:s:S:S:S:S:S:S:S:S!S8i
,.rm,.pm,.m\.t*m..*%.**.mm..**..**\.*%.*m.**__*
.-m*.*m_.*m*.m*.*��*.-*,-.*r*.*mm-.*m*.*m-.-*m-.->_��mm
lllg
am
Island is lying
Queen Chariotte (ity. and today
there arrived in Prince Rupert a
���COW and lug l>y means of which
the heavy gear will be transferred
to the scene al operations.    The
work of developing these valuable
resources i> tO be carried on
rapidly by the company interested
in them timing this season.
THE SKIDEGATE
1
Ladies' Hate Blouaee
Skirts, Scarfs Glovee
In Summer Goods - at   Honest  Prices
Baby's   Bonnets-We  have  some  real  cute  ones just  in.
HNKKXHKXKmOMHIOfKKMK
Mrs. E. Demers & Company
THIRD AVENUE PHONE 27
(**    J'.l
ii
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over Westenhaver Urns.' Oflice.
Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
1 BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN,  Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
MUNRO  &   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prime Rupert P.O. Box 361
ii Sm:0!0!aB!n!BUMa:nUiS!^n!^S:a
:n:��:n:��:n:��t��:n:n:n:��
INDIAN BANDi'goiBiBMtBiBtQi^
iii.   Cl I M.KKKH CAItSS, C. V. Bl
tU   Hi      of llrlti.h Columbia nf 11.
it*   *,.' <    anil M>..11 ������!.. liars. kstrl
Vi   iii I**'"
i
Arrives Today in Prince Rupert
for the Contest
LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
CorporatiotTof the City of
Prince Rupert
.NoiIm
t**U |a.n""'""**" A'sessmentsas made for "trie
S^SlSTSIliSSS? ,0 m"k" eomplalnt ,���l���,t
?""'"�� "silt! r "'" mV" **'"��� ****** In wrltlns
_*-***t, ."����T. r,"n,'1"lnt '" **"* Assrssor st
i���. ���,      '����" Previous to the sitting of the said
"���'"I st Pri*,. J �� McI.ENNAN, Assessor
' """ Ruwrt, B.C., Mar 1st, SS,
The (\ I'. R. S.S. Amur arrived
today from Moresby Island bringing a cargo of 16,000 feet of lumber
for the city works department.
The Amur also brought a number
of passengers, antl the members
of the Skitlegate Indian Baud
with their instruments all ready
(or thc great Empire Hay contest.
WIFELY WISDOM
Sayings   of   Solomon's   Wisest
Wife Dug up for Rupert Girls
A classified advertisement- plus
some persistence���sells your property!
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
...Whites Portland Cement
C. EMMERSON
AOKNT
None 125       Nifei Block
Lo, all men are as one man, but
of women there bc as many kinds
as there be varieties of weather;
and each woman hath more lightning changes than a day in April.
Verily, verily, who hath found
a reliable recipe for managing B
woman? Kven he, that expecteth
naught but thc unexpected.
Kven he lhat playeth all thc
lovetutiee by ear, and mixeth his
ways, as a good cook mixeth her
salad, by instinct.
Kven he that hath been born
with the knack! For in the love-
game theories are as naught, and
brains are ns nothing, But a
little practice goeth a long way.
Verily, verily, the journey of
matrimony is not a spin in an
automobile upon upholstered cush-
Setwd Aw I ii'"*. "vcr ��� graded road, but a
hahtl, an' lasl ob all, tie llowali
witl tie yeas' powdah mixed in
I'oah it inter .t shaller pan an'
pup it inter tie oben. Kf you all
is lucky 'nulT to hab a gas stove
tlis yeah cawn bread will be done
brown in no time, but in an ole
wood stove it takes a powaliful
sight ob bakin'.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
S.S.  INLANDER
. ��� .FOR������ ���
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
Take the fast light-tlrnught steamer Inlander for Haxclton,
Barnum. b.a.
C. Ontario, Sas-
hewan   and  Alliens Bars.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office--KselisnKe lilaH-k. rorner Third avenue and
Sixth street. I'rince If noon t
Lunch and Meal, at all hours: Lunch lftc.
Meals 2.V tip-Come and See
YOU CAN 'all   A    -a'  ual    VI .1   ANT TIMK
~ Rochester &
' T A Monroe
v Ladysmith
w:���',' ' * Coal
. \-v   Phone ii5
==E.   EBY   <&   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
KiUiumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - U. C.
FOR   SALE
Two Bn Hull Allrvf.  42 fwl limit ;   Willi
cu*-*- and cnuntor. rhnfru, curd t��i'l< -. ���'���
t_:**** t��kf�� the .-.it M for quick mIp. Apiily
H. E. ROSS. KmprcM Hotel Pool ROOO
Thinl \   -      ��� ��� Princv Rup*rt
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the IlelKersoii Klock
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
(J. s. JOHNSTONS, N.O.
EL MORTON, Baenitaiy.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D. 8.
Dkntist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated, (iss snd
locsl aiaaaasitaa'iia .a administered for the psinles. extraction uf teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
llelirerson Hlork. Prince Itunert. IM2
HANDASYDE   A  HURT
AOENTR   fOR   HTKEI..    MACIHNRRY
...AND    CONTHACTORH    a nri It -i...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. IIOX 2.1
I'lllNCK RI1PKI1T
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF S1NOING
rum. Of wm. rnxoN, va-i.. A.n.A.M..'uiN., fno.
F. W. HART
i '.l'l I.I SKI l: * KMI1AI.MKH
stim-k t-i.mrt.i.T*-
GEORGE LEEK
MKItt'ANTILE    AflENCY
COLLECTIONS ANI) REPORTS
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGAK8   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FKUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
FOR SALE
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
H. B. Rochester
Agent
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH  PRIVATE AND lll'SINK.SS llol'SKS |
Work performed by expert* only.
A firat class job ia guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stuck of Chandelier*  nml
Fitting* carried.
Loti
) and 6, Block 2t<,
Section 1.
$3000, 2B per cent, caah,
balanM 1, 8, '-l year*.
7 per cent.
GEO.W.MORROVn
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.   \
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.       ���        >       Near Sixth
******'��******'**���******>***>>***>*
| BOWLING, ":^o"oD^
M vint*.    A rlcnn Iport*    I#mllp�� IVtry
\_t Rftprntwin.     Nrwmiin  !U(��rk. \*r*
twwn Mh nntl 7Ui St*
tf,i> MoiiitiMi.N.     Proprirtor nnd Mhnn��rr
4��44444444444444��444444<l
i
_____%____
JUBL
_.-_m** >:__-T*...      - THE DAILY NEWS
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR'11
Pure Ice Cream with all the
"Fixins"
C.   H. ORME
The Pioneer Druggist
PHONE    :    ;    ;    82
WALLACE'S
+.���
,.^.+
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
.���^.n	
We have just received a
shipment of tbe newest
styla's and latest designs
in ladles' Velvet and leather Hand Bags. We especially illVlte Va.ll taa C&ll
and let U< shew you our
new   ginails	
Get
Your Flags
and  Bunting
for the 24th
at Wallace's
WILL CHALLENGE
THE VICTORS
Longshoremen Confident They
Can  Beat at  Tug  of  War
Classified  -   -  Advertisements
"' Vre'Tat &(**. Admtlstai Column for today.     Watch  .t  grow. _
One of the
There buy
mon
rate
The brawny-armed men who
compose the Longshoremen's I n-
ion are quite sure the) can pull
any team round town that dares
tn get '��������� tlie other end ol a rope
with them.
As they will bc bus) working
tomorrow the) ore unable to enter
,i team in the tug of war contest,
Imt it is "ii the carpel ili.it the)
will challi nge the winning team i
iii'iiu ri them on Dominion 1 >.i\.
Then there'll be some fun,
IN CASE OF A
DRY SEASON
Steps to be Taken Quickly by
Lost and Found
roUND-Blsgsnt rooms; newlj furnlilud    ,
llulktay Blook, 'ith Ave., near Fulton,   lusi-im
+.���
For Rent
,                    ror iveni j
the Council to Ensure-Supply   )  |(
This is Good
ice   cream   sold   in   the
,f Sweets, Third, avenue,
,,��� the place from pure
t i8 nol made in a factory
distant city,
FOR PICNICS
ON THE 24th
Wilson's Home Cured Hams
Nothing better for making Sm
alWlfln.,,,
and shipped in from a
LOTS OF BEER
ARRIVED TODAY
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Good., Chinnwnre. Etc.
Fulton Street  and  Third  Avenue
Winter   i>   over   and   with   '
the winter water probli ni in the
i;ity, Imt summer i~ rapidly approaching and with ii ��� ���""- ''"'
summer water problem which is|
thin i~i as bad, Arrangi nn i  'must
be   quickly   made,   and   will   be
quickly made by the iii> council
to   have   an   augmented   supply
of water for household u**  -'i'**
Herniate Brought Eight Hun- l'"' protection.   This il is believed
dred  Barrels of  It  in can  be done by  the completion
of   two  dams  on   Morse  * reek
The record cargo ol beer   eight which will store up ei ough water
hundred barrels of it   arrived in to tide the city over a spell ol
Prince Ruperl  this aftcn i on drought.
the Henriette.   The largest ship-     The cost  of  this wurk
in,nt heretofore was a little more probably be only
ok
th
W��hav*twoao��y houttkMpIng roomi faar root
Right In town,   H, F, MolUt m Co,      llH-tl
New T*room tiaaiisi' tan AmbroM Avo., portly fI
nl I., .l.a. 1.1 lit,     A|.|aly..n I.reniis
Uii-llr,
���Bo
Bulkley Block
li^l-lm
NlM, rlean. bright OUUIdt raaotim
6th Ay.-.. iia'i,r Pulton.
II..use furnUhtd f��r houukwolni. 'J rooms, tl.
por month; luu'k of rink. Apply L��w-Butl��
Company, 10MM
Nit',' furnished roomi slnirle or for houtoki 0Plnff<
Appb DroxalBoomlngHouM. Ind Am'., near
M.iiriai.a. May;,-!'"��
)ur crcam  l8 made  fresh  each
morning.   If you want real pure,
fresh ice cream try that sold at
Palace of Sweats and notice
from the imported
Phone 274. 115-116
the
ihe difference
gooi
._.	
i
u.
Help Wanted
~tl
Pantorlum Pioneer Cleaners. 'Plume 4
STRIKE NO PLEA
FOR EXTENSION
i tii..n half that quantit).   Itl
b if thirsts arc developing ii
Ininth country,
A few week- .ii;'\ the Blue
Funnel liner Antilochus brought
two ni her immense hatches loaded
to the decks with beer, spirits
and wines from England to Vancouver, a record cargo of intoxicants t>> the Coast.
Willi III
$5000, and at
last nivtlit"- council meeting there
was a very Btrong opinion that
the work should be put in hands
right away. However, further
investigation will bc made.
c.irl Wanted nt Rillly'i Bakery Lunch, Bmprou
Theatre Hieaement. 114-117
Dlitrict Munairer faar lirst class Health unit Acoi-
ili-nt   Insurance Company.      Slilendid  induce- I
nwnts.  Bpaclal sulary and liberal eommtulon.,
Apply to J. U MeComb, Health un.l Accident
Department. Empire Lift Insurance Company,
.'.II Winch lluildimr. Vancouver. ll.C.    114-120
+ i Contractors Pleading Strike to
Escape Penalty Clause
Fruit
We have a  frt-Bh  shipment.   All kinds
These things anil everything in
Groceries
you can get at tha
Ideal Provision House
Thinl Ave., near Sixth St.    |'|���
l'.ni
COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BF.IOUt IHU
plain cook.
���In, th
IIOX t
'. C>, Daily N'.'ws.
Nineteen yountf men to take cosy    Ton
llulkley Bloek, near Kulton. 1
llaay Wanted.    Apply at Optimist Uaaico.
GEORGE     IS   DEAD
114-111'
ill   ilia'
'-1 111
94-tf
Wanted���An A-l solicitor for the nuast liberal
Fraternal Onler* in the world. Call r.��,ii -'-.
EmpneeHotel.   I. F. Uidlen, IM-1H
Wanted���600 good men to join the Order of Owls.
Cell noma, Empreei Hotel.   1. F. Utdlem.
ii >-m
r
Arthur Little's Favorite Spaniel i j
Board Wanted
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
Keep Correct Time ?
GOOD
LIG
OKUHISKHSIIIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXO
1     Does Your Watch     I
X
X
X
H
X
��
X
::
R
x
x
X
X
li
UT
WASHABLE
CLOTHES
is what :i lad] should wear at tliia- tin ���
��f the Year.
If imt, Ket a standard
RAILROAD WATCH
ninven.    t tilteil in ,.:,y   style  of
cast you desire.
LADIES   WATCHES
in Kold till.'il anil solid gold im-,.-.
......
L. W. Cameron  & Co.
Official Watch li ii ton
for the G.T.P.
I'.ar. Bth St. and S nd Avenue.
PHONE 82
K
ft
oxxxx��xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxo
SAY THEY WERE MISLED
Men Sent from the South Cou
Not Find Work
Is no More
There is a spirit of mclanc
brooding over Arthur Little'
<f> <-^.. r^. . ^. *^�� ra
W'ANTKD-Koom and hoard   In privatt
X.M.. Optimist twice.
family
11
mom*,
news |
., stand today.  "George," the brown  )
spaniel, for long the inseparable *
Fire Insurance
%t*m^tt^Utm-^4***m***m*_mt*^mmm**mmm*mk
rnmnnninn   nf   Mr     I  inlr   IS   (!r."l     THK British l'ni<��n nnd National  Kin-   Insurance
companion  <��I   mr,   l.mu   l.   <u.   l*     q,,^^^ London, England,   with   t-ap.tal
Bv some means unknown In-pur-1  ��f ��.��*.���;��.!�����.  s��.u,f..r rat,...   The Mac*
' llcnltv anal Insurance Companv. <".tl
i, uk ni poison and died yesterday,
to the nrr.it grief of Mr. and Mrs +������������������������-������''--���"-     -,���-,,t->���-,*
-..     ..       ... ;
There are .��� numbei ol gai gs ol
men round town, who have mushed
it in from up the line.   They sa)   , Situations Wanted      ,
    - i-��    Mr.   Little j j
"Nn mercy," says Alderman
Hilditch, is to he shown to the
contractors who want extension of
time." Last night in a report of
the Btreets committee adopted by
tite council all responsibility for
the strike was entirely disclaimed,
and no extension of time will be
granted any contractor on that
score.
Applications for extension were
made by S. II. Watson and J. R.
Morgan. Watson will get two
weeks' extension on announl ol
difficulties due to minor dty delays and special causes, but none
on account of the strike. Morgan
whose contract was delayed owing
to a change of grade gets five
weeks and two dr.ys extension of
time.
The most interesting performance ever
held   in   British   Columbia.       Tu
bu held in the Empress Theatre
Empire Day, May 24
Don't miss this. Contest at ! j..tu.
CUPS AND MEDALS
on view at J. S, Gray & Son's Jewelrv
Store, Sixth St.    Phone No.  7S black,
TICKETS   -   50c AND 75c
on sale at theatre nml nt Gray's iton
tgencies in
Vai couvi r. who in|i|
<>nl\   on   Saturday.
We have received a new shipment "f
LADIES' SUMMER WEAR
W:
i<t-. Skirts ami su'iia' Lovely White
Underwear at  prices  !>��� meet
the must limited |
INFANTS* 5 BOYS' SHOES
The last boat from  the louth brought
ill a lii-j; new Btock.     We  lind
they are good, also cheap
The
House of Good Values
Jabour Bro*., 3rd Ave. Phone Blnck 243
4M" ���'���>-����� ���������*���. >* *���**.-.*    *m-.,m***m*_.p. ��J
*������*���������    *************.��������������������������� �����������������������
**���.*** **���*_* *���*.**������*.***���**���.*.���*-** mm *,*******
�� ;:;
Clarmo.;t Rooms :!���
LocntcH on Siuh Av�� ., n��-nr  Full
���
Nit.f-
���
II I Wil 'i'ii   .-iii'l
. .-��� .
���   i
INSPECTION      -       -      INVIT1
***
%*���
���**
v..
��� ' ���
I
I
Have Your Photograph
Taken During the Holiday
I one to the old folks or a friend.
It will let  them know how you look
after being away   for  sum,'   time.
Wa' do excellent work for reasonable prices,    We won't  keep
you more than a second if
you will smile an.l come to
the 	
Peerless Studio
OPEN ON THE 24th
Alder Block First Floor
Entrance on Third Ave,
them tiier, \t.i- a greai scarcity of
lalmr tip the line. When they
readied   thi re.   thej   found   thc
II   Well   -M|i]lliii|
with men. so thej ivalkcd ii to
Rupert, fe li: ��� pretty mad with
the men \tln> seni them.
Northwestern League
\      ouver s. S|Mik
Portland 12, Victoi
Se.n tie ;t. Tacoma 4.
hail  the dog's photograph  taken.
A   clas*ili,',i   nalvt>rtiMj?mcnt   ii. a tireless wairk-
Standing  on   n   li"\.   peering  nver     hnnter-andeeMemWIs.
hi
v at 1   I   I    ��
shoulder.
i lur greai s>le last week wi -
.. Mina���. We will offer more
bargains in the following shades:
HI. eh. !. �� n, navj .til sage. Latest blocks in hats, worth three
times die selling price, Sl. Hoff-
man's, >. i ond avenue, "The Mechanics Store" 11*'
Younit ln,lv. thonnii.'hlv domeetleeted, ��* "��1 plain
cook.   Apply H.'X M.l'.. Daily News Office,
ll-'-tf
ALD. CLAYTON
IS PUZZLED
However Does the Engineering
Department  Do  It?
By .-vpa i iwia-eal man anal wife a* Book anal helper
In minlnu cnlnp ,,r country liaatel.    Applv  II. I.. J
T.. Optlmlit. 65-91
Tl
lere  \va>
mill
Overseas Club Concert
Thu best   performance   ever given  In
the city.   Held In Empress Theatre.
Moving Pictures at "t.'M p.m.
Concert ut H.0U p.m.  Sharp
FEATURE:   Tug of War
between police, Fire Department and
Karl Grey's Rilles.
Also Amateur  Competition   for  Child
ren uniler l-I years of une-
Silver Cup and Prizes on view at .1. S
Gray's Jewelry Store, where tickets
can be hail for Concert ut iilli*. 7.V. $1.,
ulso from members of Club. Gray'i
phone 78 bluck.
DANCE
What better way to close the day than
by going to the Dance Riven by .1. SL
Gray ut Mclntyre   Hull  after Concert
10.30 to 2 a.tr���
Tickets, Gents $1.00. I.ailies Fret
r
Boarders Wanted
Therefore, you might as well have it furnished with
usaful and artistic furniture.   We have It    Drop in
and see our stuck of Desks, Office Chairs   ntul  Oflice
 Requiaities	
GOOD  BOOKS and  STATIONERY
are some of the other things that can be  hail  from
McRae Bros.
.tl'" Cn'h buy. twaala.tn fnaintr the Park-fine Boll
for a irerdcn.   II. F. Ml: a. & Co.       115-tf
Nineteen retina men wante.1 to rent cony furnish-    ,
.-.I in the Bulkley Hoom-,. I'.lh Ave., near Fulton. ' le
lli'.'-lm ,
that wa
Sixth Sireel
Phone 78 Red
'.:::t::��:t:��:it:i5Si!'.!��!i:!����>i!����!"��"5t��MWX!iit!i!!;!!!K��)!KKMUUUMJnH����K::i
ll.**
ft
V.
K
::
it
u
::::::::;::::::i;::::::::::::;:::::(:c:::-���::;:
���    ���    ���    ���    ���      ���    ���    ��� -��� ���, .
FRED. STORK
General Hardware
Builders'
Valves A: Pipes
Graniteware
SECOND -
Hardware
Oxford Stoves  *
Tinware .
AVENUE .
*���* **���**_
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is the purest ami best iniiile in Seatttle,
This cream Is used solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave, mxt to Optimist old oflice
TRY IT
Kriiit anal Candy, wholesale and retail
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID IT CAPITAL $2.5(1,000
OFFER  Full BALB���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
JOINT OWNERS ANI> SOLE AOBNTI OF
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE!    606 BOWER nril.lHNt;. VANCOUVERTBia
Local Office : Alder Block Sixth Street
;:;!:::!:j��t)!)t��jtjr.[��)(��!��t)t)!;t!:):it>t5tiij(:(;r��i(}(i(K��::j��:::kkxuk '5l��lt!t)ti:;
+	
t
-*
J. S. GRAY & SON
Manufacturing Watchmakers, Jewel-
ers. Opticians and Engravers.
Dealers iii Musical instruments.
Sole  agents   for   the   Stanley  Piano
and Players.
Sole .agents for Hewitt's Rubber
Stamps.
AKetits for the Victor C,ranio|ilium'S
anil records, of which we cany a full
line.
Headquarters for enamel souvenirs.
What you don't see in our window!
please ask for.
We have been repeatedly  askeil  fur
Anti-Rheumatic rings.   We hnve now
a large stock on hand, tfolil filled, .?1
any size.
a culvert mint m
I this city on Third avenue, ant
Alderman Clayton has been great-
U mystified over it. For according tn Alderman Morrissey
this ia one of tlie exploits of the
��� _  ,. . ,  ,   ,. ,        I engineering department.  Someval
II.ante rooked rnealK nnal  nieely furntshea)  room* * '
f;;rthree i..TM.n..   AwiyMr. Jeraee, seott  iant   Kni^!tt   of   the   Trai'sit   set
Blit^.. .Im Ave., between *th nnal yih Sm.    S5-tf ' '
Private Boanl by the �����.���..), or month.    Home   ^OUt   tile llllihlillK t)f that culvert
A;iX^,:;,^nn,i^h;!;f..x!;hS:iT-siSl��-all upon a foundation of sand.
+     '"   vain   did   the   then   Building 0f Vancouver, is now at our store.
  ~" J   Inspector warn,  threaten  and  ea- ,**]** Klasses for all complicate,! e:
|            Real Estate j0ie,   tiu. |u.n, ,,, t]u, Stee| Tape
+^..^. -w.^..^..^..^..^..^.+ aiiiI Plumb Bob bade tlie Building
Ael,���ined��1verti.ementi, nr���le.ti,te..lM.|InSlU','t��r    ��'''     1,i,U     ,|,"'lV'    a,,<1
train,  nnd .!.�������  n.it often count enough   "to, linisheil    that    lllU'ert    Willi.       Btlt
in
eount" in the net result.
Warning:   To Preserve Your Eyesight
Don't Miss this Chance
DR. INMAN
Consulting Eye SpecinlUt
ISCl- of
lefective vision.   This is his ipecialty;
don't fail to see him while he is here.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Consultation
free.
4>"aM.-
For Sale
Wits the fall  thereol'.
itile while winter approached,
and the winds blew and ik rains
and  tiie  tempest  heat  upon
so that i; fell,and greut
And Alder-'
j man  Clayton  brooded  over  tlie
1 broken wall.   At last week's coun-
BouahoM Goods,  Rootmto elet    Apply Mri   c" meeting he ileniandeil lo know
Wm*. Tth Ave. ,.n,l T.ylo    t. nee, Summit. SS '��� .|u.  ,.������   ,,f   ���K,   repa;r  j,,,,       , .^
nighl it was told him that about
Notice SIP   had   lieen   the   total   outlay.
t.,1,           ,i     '.             . And herein lies the mystification.
Tnke notiee ihrn the psrtnership eainniitinir of r-           ,, ,             ,���            .
IsadoraOrossmuand M.,rrl��.s.��kin. earryinx on I'or to Alderman ( lavton il seemed
business In the City of Prince Rupert, under ths ,
nsme or Orossmsn A 8oskln. is hereby dissolved '    '
--f the Bnd dsy of Msy, 1911, ihe ssid Ismla
lf you want to save money buy your
Furniture of
J. F. MACDONALD'S
FURNITURE STORK, SECOND ANK.MIE,
NEAR   HCBRIDE
who is selling out his full stock regard'
less of cost.
l.roMman In t nlimie thebustnees nnd  to col-
l",'> III na iai- niaal SSSUtne all linlailltlei.
Iiatnlst Prime Rupert thir��lnd ilnv a,f tlay,
la". lU-llil
Municipal Notice
Alaialienllons will lie received by the un,ler��iBn-
��Hl   up  taa ia  p.in.  aan  Moniliiy.   Mnv  Jluh   for the
position of City Auditor.   Sslsry IU per month.
I- iill pnrtieulars from the City Clerk.
,,   ,, ERNEST A. WOODS.
111-"" City Clerk.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prinee   Rupert Lett*,  No. Big, .Sunn of
1 .laelJin.l. nieetn the lir��t anal third  Tuesdays in
ench month in the Carpenters Hnll, nt 8 p.m.'
F. V. CLARK. See..
P. O. Rox ��l*i. I'rince Rupert
Assignment
Notioe is hereby irlyen Ihnl bills will be open
fa'i the snlenfstoek of Simon's Fair to thohlirh.
est bialaia.r. Stoek consists of Crockery, Olass-
ware nml llurdwnre. Hiils will ba open until
Jun,. 1, lilll
W. T. ROBINSON, Assignee,
llr"tf R"X 154. I'rince Rupert, H.C.
that many men had been engaged
for many moons rebuilding thai
wall, So last iii^ht he made a
noise like a great liig question
mark. Hut the little black figures
on the Engineer's report said still
SHI and no more.
Request from Hospital
An application from Mr. I). G.
Stewart, Presidenl of the Hospital
Board, for a contribution to the
Hospital Funds, was referred by
the council to tlie finance committee. Alderman Douglas declared himself in favor of
a grant.
The Insurance People
KVKIIV CLASS OF WHl'RANCfi.    OET OUR RATH
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone ISO Third Avenue nnd Fulton SI
Do uwuy with this.    Patronise i *>���*"*
laundry.    White lubor only Bl
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
I CAN SEU
you a lot in Section 6, 7 or S on B small
cash payment and easy terms.
Listings of houses ami lots wanted m
all sections.
I have parties who want to buy I'i'oi"' '
ty in Sections 5 or G if prices are ng****
For quick sale, see me
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Eveninjrs
Excliiini;'
Bloek
��5
0
-M
>.
fT3
'mm.
<D
Mm
3
���*
Am*
**-*
t/i
Get
Some
Nice
C/ea,
LUNCHES
Everything
is
Home
s ft
o
o
(fi
(m
I
i
i
$
��

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.princero.1-0227701/manifest

Comment

Related Items