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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending B a.m.,
Aug. 3.
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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tal* H. NO. 174
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, August 4, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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JAILOR WAS DROWNED AT
THE WHARF LAST NIGHT
���oe Hallerhan of the Vadso,  Fell Overboard in  the
Darkness���Dead Boby Was Found Floating
Close by this Morning---Was a
Native of Newfoundland.
i the darkness of last night,
Im* Hallerhan, a deckhand on the
Reamer Vadso, fell overboard from
lis vessel while she lay at thc
li.irf and was drowned. His
ead body was picked up several
Inur-a later by members of the crew.
Thc unfortunate man was about
|;i years of age, and a native of
Newfoundland. He is unmarried,
his body which is now in charge
If ll.iyner Brothers will lie interred
It Garden City tomorrow.
li appears that the deceased
|v: ��� in company with some of his
I fiends had been up lown last
light.   When he returned he was
somewhat  under lhe influence of
liquor.
His companion who accompanied
him hack to the ship, saw him
safely on board and then wcnl
to bed. Hallerhan was not seen
after that. His shipmates missed
him this morning, and looking
over the side of the vessel saw his
dead body floating in the water
between the vessel and the wharf.
A .lumber of men in a boisterous
condition were seen going to the
darkened wharf at about eleven
o'clock last night after the Princess
Royal had pulled out and remarks
were passed about the dangerous
character of the place at night.
IIG VESSEL
IN DISTRESS
POISONED BY FOOD
lug is Sent to Assistance of
Barque Big Bonanza Near
Cape Mudge.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Aug. 4.���The tug Lor-
i. Captain Cutler, has received
Hurry up orders to proceed to the
ssistancc of the bark Big Bonanza
Iwliidi is reporutl  flying distress
[signals ai Oyster Bay to the norlh
I.'I Cape Mudge.   She is in tow of
|iln* tug Pioneer with seven feet
"I vratcr in her hold.    Thc Bonanza   has   seemingly   struck   thc
Innrthcrn waters badly damaged.
Sad Death of Geo. S. McLaren
of Seattle
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Aug. I. -George S. McLaren, 33 years old, oi e of the
leading business men hero, dkd
last night from ptomaine poisoi it g
by eating canned mushrooms while
at dinner at Tacoma on Tuesday
night.
li has Imt'i agreed by .In Vancouver ar.d lacrosse dubs that in
the event of the to ms being tied
at the end of the season a M*ries
of two matches shall Ik- played,
thc total number of goals lo count.
SUICIDE ON
OCEAN LINER
Second  Engineer  Ferguson  of
Steamer   Lonsdale   Cut   His
Throat and Died.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Victoria, Aug. 4. A tragedy
took place on board ihi Carada-
Mcxican liner Lonsdale which arrived last night from Santa Cruz.
Second Engineer P. M. Ferguson,
31 years old, cut his throat on
July 23rd ard died six hours
later when the vessel was hurrying
to Mazatlan for assistance. The
purser placed six stitches in the
man's throat with sail needle
in a desperate effort to save the
man's life,   lie was buried at sea-
Investigation  Afoot
Rumor, yes, and rather more
than rumor hath it that a stringent
���nvestigation is to be conducted
regarding this morning's pyrotech-
nical display al the Central Hotel.
A certain active aldennan will
lake :i I'liiu ip.d pari in the business. Aldennan Douglas is active
on waterworks questions.    Others
arc active aboul fire.
 i	
HAYTI IN THROES  [WHALES CONSORT
OF REVOLUTION  WITH SUBMARINES
President Simon has Fled L
a Cruiser, Leaving Genr-Sl
Firmin in Possession.
(Canadian Press I )es|
Port an Prir.ce, Aug. ' ff'l'lii
revolution in Hayti lias iiiuTVr-
President Simon Hid from the
capital today ard took refuge
on board a Hayiian cruiser. On
all sides the capital is invested by
thc followers of General Firmin
one of thc revolutionary leaders,
The cily is in the hands of a
committee of safety. Then, is
no general disorder ai d the foreign
liowers have not landed bluejackets.
.���\s the aged President was embarking there was a clash in
which his chamberlain, Deputy
Biin and five persons were killed
and his daughter and six others
were wounded.
North Yakima, Wash., Aug. 4.���
William McKearmy was killeil
late today by William O'Neill, his
cell mate in the dty jail. O'Neill
first strangled his victim then
slabbed him wijh��-jp Steel fork.
Both were under am s; *m a charge
of intoxication.
Officers of "Narwhal" Report
That Big Fish Fear Them
Not.
Newport, R. L, Aug. 4.���Tlu
officers ar.d crews of two of the
submarines of the Atlantic fleet
said today they have learned thai
whales are nol the leas; afriad
of the underwater warships. Whales have been reported off Block
island several times this summer,
and last Wednesday during the
naval war game the men in the
submarines Narwhal and Salmon
had personal experiences with the
big fish.
Early In the morning the Narwhal, when off Block Island, met
;. whale and the fish accompanied
the boat for several miles. Just
before dusk that day the Salmon
when off No Man's Land had
much the same expcricrcc. The
big fish evidently mistook the
submarines for one of their own
kind.
To watch The News want ads
is to know your chances for
finding a licttcr job.
IPUGET SOUND FISHERS ARE
CATCHING STRANGE SPECIES
I Rare Sunfish and Harracouta, Flying Fish and Fish of
Many   Bright   Colors.-It is Believed an
Ocean Earthquake Has Driven
Them There.
A fish with a truncated tail and
possessing deep blue colon was
caught near Ores Island. All
these fish are -.1 rangers to Puget
Sound, and niusi have come from
the Southern Si as.
DYNAMITE IN SMITHY
DOES HAVOC DOWN TOWN
Spark Fell on Store of Seventy-five Sticks with Detonators.-���
Shack Blew Up in Sheet of Flame.---C. Londstrom and
Helper Escaped Alive.---Thousand Dollar Broken
Glass Bill for Second Avenue and Seventh
Street.v-Central Hotel a Wreck.
Victoria,   Aug.   4.���Swarms  of
ropical   fish   of   all   sha|ies   and
colors have been coming into the
I"** "f  tlu   Puget   Sound   fishermen during the last few days, to
ilu- grcal surprise of the men.   li
ii Iwlicvod that there is a general
unrest .4 fish of the Pacific Ocean,
probably caused by earthquakes
shaking up and changing .he top-
.1. pliy uf the floor of thc sias,
hereby compelling the finny crea-
111 - io migrate to localities heretofore free of ihe strangers.
^"'i-iis of fish thai are known
����� abound only in the water off
Western Mexico, Southern Call"
"irnia, and in the vicinity of the
Hi U'alian Islands have been caught
111 'hi nets of Puget Sound fisher*
���'���':i in lhe past four days. This
"range visitation has aroused wide
comment in fish dealers' circles,
���������������l V arguing that changing ocean
currents are changing the temper*
��� un of the North Pacific, enabling
fish from the sunny zone to live
further north. Others believe that
;1,' -irthquakesthal recer.ilyshook
������'"rnia has ivusiil the fish to
0 because of freight.
"arc .sunfish and barracoota
" "���'">' found only in the south
Was were caught iu nets this week.
1'-li wiih bright colors ami ipieer
"nnpes have been exhibited at all
Wl dealers,   A sunfish wider limn
1 '  long, with a peculiar blum
' ' ��� wns caught near Seattle.
Southern living fish and species of
''���������eating shark were brought up
''V salmon  nets near Anacortcs.
SALVED   THE   SPOKANE
Wrecked Vessel is Towed From
Seymour Narrows to Seattle
Seattle, Aug. 8.- Broken, bruised and black, led by the waters
of Seymour Narrows, win re she-
was wrecked a month ago, the
steamer S*Hikanc has been safely
towed to Seattle by the British
tug Salvor. She wis partially
propelled by her own steam.
The picture was in contrast to
her departure from this |iort three
tlays before the wreck, when th.
decks were aflutter with waving
handkerchiefs, light hearts Mid
fond good byes as the gangplank
was withdrawn and when the
glint of the lights in her slern
port holes casl ilanri*"g shadows on
the rippling tide
Aviator Injured
St. Louis, Aug. 4.- (Special)
Aviator Kearney fell from a height
of 500 feet with his biplane last
.veiling and is dangerously injured. 	
The  police court  case in  ��,-*('-1
the woman Oypsy Hamilton ol
Despair Avenue again figures, came
up in the court room today at 2
p.m.  Case proceedings
At nine forty-five this morning
the liulc blacksmith shack on
Sev. nth street and Second avenue
lx-twein lhe old school house ard
ilu- Central Hotd echoed to ihe
tinkle of the hammers ns Charlie
Liindstrom wiih his assistant were
welding a chain. Al nine forty-six
by the clock in the Central I lol el
breakfast room you literally could
not tell that smithy from a hole
in the ground. Seventy-five s.icks
of dynamite together with a num-
vcr of detonators and a single
spark from the anvil did the
tritk. Hardly a whole pone of
glass remains in the entire district
yet by thc most wonderful good
fortUnef no one was killed, nnd
ihi re is not even a bad cut from
���battered glass to record.
Powder in Smithy
In the grimy old powder case
in the farthest corner of the
smithy the  M v.-niy-five sticks of
dynamite had  bean  placed by
tome Sloinon. The blacksmith
himself had Intended ni have the
caM removed, but familiarity brtv-
ds Contempt, and he didn't.    Hll
escape with his Swedish assistant
this momfalg was n miracle and
nothing else. He just caught a
glimpse of a spark floating airily
towards the |*-owdcr case, saw il
Nttle, and   then  dragging at  his
companion's shoulder dashed out
of the shack and spell down Street,
Close on his heels came the Swede,
and ns lhe  men  ran  llic  terrific
explosion  thundered out.    High
in the air streamed up a sheet
of livid flame, a huge puff of
���moke, an��l a thousand planks,
biis of lumber, small rocks, nails,
hammers, and shattered fragments
of the forge. All around crashed,
splintered and tinkled the shatlered
panel of half a thousand windows.
In a rain of falling fragments the
men readied safety.
"Like an Earthquake"
Passing along Second avenue
were VV. Sims. Jack McLennan
and Jim Mackenzie. Jack had
his rifle in his hand. They were
going to the wharf, and were
just abrantt of the smithy when
it suddenly soared aloft. "It
wns an awful shock," said W.
Sims lo ihe Daily News man.
"The whole ground shook. It
was jusi as if -..meone came and
lifted up us from behind." Others
descrilied  the shock as "Like an
earthquake."
Fire Followed
Instantly after the shock fire
broke out in the old schoolhottse.
The roof caughl, and blazed up.
W. I'nwin, himself a fire hall call-
man was on the scene and rang
in the alarm from Box I), at the
same time getting lhe standing
hose line run out from Second
avenue and Sixth street corner.
The small hose reel was on the
spot a minute or so ahead of the
red auto car hose which look
lhe rough grade well. Chief Mclnnis was on  the job wiih  half
Will Prepare Voter's List.
(Special to Daily News)
Ottawa, Aug. 4. ���The
Dominion Government has
practically decided to make
the voters lists for British
Columbia., the conditions
there being similar to the
cities of Winnipeg and Brandon, no lists having been
prepared within the past
year.
\x*m***\Wk******\**\s 'I   f
the shaving lather si ill on his
face. The fire was out in a few
moments.
Central Hotel Wrecked
By far the most d image was done
to ihe Central Hotel, Every
window on lhe north and east
sides of lhe building was shattered,
and the breakfast room was
thrown into inter disorder, and
strewn with gl..--*   Tables wen
overturned, large wall mirrors flung
down, and the clock hurled Into
the j'.i.nn    front    the    wall.      It
registered tin- instant of the concussion 0.48 as it lay stopped on
the floor. No one iu the breakfast
room was hurt, 1 hi, many of the
I,'.lits there are suffering from the
alarm ..nil shock.
Blown Out of Bed
In the tipper bedrooms windows
wire all shattered, curtains rent,
and dressing tables disordered.
In the bedroom nearest to the
smithy Ted Quinn was asleep at
the moment of tin* explosion.    He
was awakened by ilu- thump of
his head on the floor.  The sudden
jar to ihe big building just at thai
corner had simply jerked him out
of bed. With relief his friends
greeted him coming hurriedly down
stairs with his most cherished
possessions, a bundle of papers
and ������ bullderm bag In hi firmly
in his un trembling hand,
Plank Pierced Wall
Driven by e huge arrow by ihe
force   of   lhe   explosion,   a   plink
shot across to the old "Optimist"
building  and   slanted   edgeways
through  lhe Wall  where it  sticks
firmly,   J. C, McLennan's home
the nearest house to ihe smithy is
badly damaged outside shingles
stripp d  off,  and   windows  gone.
SENKLER THE CHOICE OF
VANCOUVER LIBERALS
It is Reported that Convention also Designated Judge
Mclnnes for Comox-Atlin and Hon. Wm.
Templeman for Victoria���News
of the Campaign.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Aug. 4.���At the Liberal nomination meeting held last
night Harry Senkler, K. C, was
the unanimous choice of the convention to contest the rifling in
the forthcoming election. Hugh
Gilmour, ex-M, P. P., was also
nominated, Inn withdrew his nomination in favor of Mr. Senkler.
Mclnnes and Tcmpleman
11 is reported that Judge Mclnnes was nominated by the Liberals as the choice of the convention for Comox-Atlin, and Hon.
William Templeman for Victoria.
The official  Conservative candi
dates are not known yet, as the
nominating convention has not
been called.
Quebec Campaign Starts
Mor; real.���The first shot in
thc campaign in yuel.ee will be
fired at Three Rivers on Saturday
when the Nationalists will hold a
mass meeting. /
Laurier to Speak
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Aug. 4.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier has dccidid to open the
federal campaign with a meeting
on August 15th at Simcoe, the
coilntv town of Norfolk.
TREATY   IS   SIGNED
Another Greag Step Taken Jo-
wards World Peace
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, Aug. 4.���The gen-
end   arbitration   treaties  between
the  L'nited Slates, Great Britain
i'ld Prance were signed today.
"The best place to keep dynamite is in a blacksmith's shop as
near the forge as possible," saiil
Jim Rogers after the bang this
morning.
"Sure tiling," replied Prank Mobley. "All the best opinions in
the cily this morning concur aboul
it. Nothing could be more effective."
McCURDY HAD
NARROW ESCAPE
Fell   to   the Ground Beneath
Monoplane at Toronto Meet.
(Canadian Pnss Despatch)
Toronto, Aug. 4.���J. .\. Mc-
Curdy, the Canadian aviator, had
a narrow espaee from death last
evening when his machine fell to
the ground and was dashed to
pieces al the aviation meeting.
The monoplane turned completely over pinning McCurdy beneath
the wreckage. Luckily he was not
tied to tlu seat so he escaped
serious injury though bruised and
shaken. The machine was completely wrecked.
PRETTY ACTRESS MISTAKEN
FOR BOLD COUNTERFEITER
Miss Mack of the Honeymoon Trail Handed Over Wad
of Real Bills in the Play, and Went Shopping
With Some "Stage Money."
Dainty little Drena Mack, ���'Premier Singing Comcdlene," with
The Honeymoon Trail, has been
on ilu* stage since early childhood,
and during her carter has met
with many and varied experiences,
One of the best of lur stories
is aboul th.' way she was
almost mistaken for a counterfeiter in .' Minneapolis store last
Christmas owing to her going
out shopping wiih some "stage
money" in mistake for the real
goods.    The   mistake originated
from   the   fad   thiit   Miss   Mack
has two handbags, one of which
she   uses  for   the  street   and   the
iili.r for the stage.   In ihe latter
he carries a wail of "stage money"
which  she uses in  the action  of
the play.
At ilu- matinee Miss Mack
got the bags mixed. She handed
over a wail of two hundred dollars
in real money to Jack Westeramn.
who promptly threw il on one
sifle, anil ihen wcnl out shopping
with lhe "green goods." Whin
it   came  to settling  the  bill,  she
waited i. long time for ilu* change.
si..* was anxious to get back lo
the theatre for the evening pu-
forinaiicc, anil her taxi was wai i g.
she indignantly offered another
bill from the same roll, which was
more   than   Mr.   Store   Manager
could stand; ar.d Miss Made was
asked it. collli up to the office.
Then lhe truth dawned "ti her.
She tritd io explain, bin all her
talk wits received wiih  suspicion,
and whin she told th.' sinre manager slit would run right over lo
the theatre and find her real
money, he calmly informed her
thai he WDUld send an officer
wiih her. Miss Mack ask.d permission to phone her husband,
Mr. Harry Cleveland, anil after
a little delay SUCecdcd in finding
him at the hotel.
"Hello," says Miss Mack. "Is
that you Harry?"
"Yes," came the reply.
"Well, come down  to  this de*
partment store quick.    I'm hdd
up hire for trying to pass some of
that   olil  stage  money,  anil   say,
send someone over t.. th. theatn
right   away  and   see   if   my   real
money can be found,
"Well. I'll be " s.itl Harry
as  Miss  Mack  hung  up  the   re-
ecivir.
On going u. the theatre Harry
fourd lhe roll ol real bills where
Mr.   Wcsterman   had   thrown   it
CONTINUED ON PA.OK 4
In a few minutes a severe lo. kii g |. ,
in the property room;   then ni
man  appeared  and in a Ir.rd,Uurrlcd to the store, batted Miss
unsympathetic voice asked MisslMack out, ard explained the situ-
Mack where she got that bill. Ir ion satisfactorily to the manager.
Quite surprised, the young lady I "Bui, K.y," said Miss Mack,
asked him what was wrong with I "I Want io know why you wenl
it. When she was told that it I to the theatre first." and Harry is
was a very bad cheap counterfeit, trying to explain it yet. THE DAILY NEWS
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
A REMINISCENCE^^ SHERLOCK
THE ADVENTURE OF THE RED CIRCLE
HOIMFSTHE CANADIAN BANK
HULW1M        op COMMERCE
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL,- $10,000,000_
REST, - 57,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
rafls on
o Un
PART II.
As   we   walked   rapidly   down
Howe street I glanced back at
ilu* building which we had left.
There, dimly outlined at the top
w inflow,   I  could  see  the shadow
New Yobk-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 2iird St., New York City.
Seattle   Puget Sound .News Co. H	
London. ENGLASD-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar  ,,.-  , |u.,.)  a woman's head  gazing
Square. I ,.'.,, ��� ,       ��� ,
tensely, rigidly, out into the night,
waiting with breathless suspense
for the reiiew;il of that interrupted
message,   At the doorway <>f the
Daily Edition.
Friday, Aug. 4
WHAT RECIPROCITY MEANS TO THE PEOPLE
Under the reciprocity agreemei t, Canada and the United States
agree to mutually abolish taxes on food stuffs crossing the boundary
line, .m.l to reduce and standardise the taxation on many other articles.
It i- worth while to study the list of .'.nicies which will be affected,
and thus clearly understand the real benefits which the ratification
of tin* reciprocity agreemeni will bring.
uiKier suspicious circumstances
said Gregson. "Thai is good
enough for the moment. Wlun
we have him by the heels wi can
see if New York can't help us
io keep him. ni take ilu- responsibility of arresting him now"
Our official detectiv. ���> m.0' blun-  	
der in the matter of intelligence, |with a questioning stare.
but   never   in   tha.   of   courage
Gregson climbed the stair to ar-
clapping, lu-r dark eves gleaming
with delighted wonder, and a
thousand pretty Italian exclamations pouring from her lips. Il
iva��  terrible  and  amazing   to see
such a woman so convulsed with
joy  at   such   a  sight.    Suddenly I
-he stopped and gazed at us a!"
Every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped 1
the principal cities in the following countries without delay :
Lricm CrcXc l'.i.<ve New ZcalanJ
X^hfi Cuba llo'1-.i-J
Ateroutie Republic JVnn-ark lc.-l.ind
Australia ifjrpt, ,     , {"���j**
Austru-Hun&ary     Far,** lalamls Ire and
Belgium Finl.inJ Italy
Ilrazil Formosa Japan
Bulgaria rrana.-* J.n'i
Cevlan Pr* Cochin China M.ilta
q,*]- Germany Manchuria
Chin. Great Hritain Mcai.o ^^^^^^^^
The amount of these Jrafls is stated in the money of the country where
able ��� Hint is they are drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, Kronen, ll
laels', roubles, etc., as the case may be.   This ensures thai the payee abroad'*
Norway
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine laUadl
Portugal
Roumanla
Ku.aia
Servia
Siam
S'beria
Soujan
B       Africa
S]
|"aila Satdsa-ah
s -
Sarin  rlaag*
Turki-v
L'l '     Sta^
" ' l-.Jie., etc,
���"���repay.
yen,
Howi street Mats a man, muffled!rest this desperate murderer with
In ihe first place arc tin following articles produced in Canada,
for which the Canadian farmer and fi uit grower wants to find a market.
Thcv are:
Cattle
Apples
Horses and
Mules
I'.ars
Swine
Peaches
Sheep and
Lambs
Gr.tpt -
Poultry
Onions
Wheat
Butter
Rye
Cheese
Oats
Milk
Barley
Cream
Beans
Eggs
I'm.ito. -
1 lav-
Corn
Si raw-
This w
ill be a
great
boon
to ihe farmers of Canada
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     who will
havi  a marki t of ninety million people opened to them.
In British Columbia where we have to ini|iort large quantities
of eggs, meats, wheat and vegetables, we will be able to import from
our nearest neighbors without paying taxation on our food. Whether
we are buyers or sellers there is a clear advantage.
in a cravat and great-coat, was
leaning .'.gainst the railing. He
started as the hall-light fell upon
our faces.
Holmes!" he cried.
"Why, Gregson!" said my companion, as he shook hands with
the Scotland Yard detective. "Jou
rneys end with lovers' meetings.
What brings you here?"
"The same reason  that  brings
\'ou,    I   expect,"   said   Gregson.
"How you got on  to it   I  can't
imagine."
"Different threads, but leading
up to the same tangle. I've been
taking the signals."
"Signals?"
"Yes, from that window. They
broke off in the middle. We
came over to see the reason. Hut
since it is safe in your hands I
see no object in continuing the
business."
"Wait a bit!" cried Gregson,
the same absolun t|ui' I and businesslike bearing with which lu
would have ascended thc official
staircase of Scotland Yard. The
Ptnkerton man had iriul to push
p.isi him. but Gregson had firmly
elbowed him back.   London dan-
gen   Were   the   privilts'    "I    the
London force.
The door of the lei,-hand flal
upon lhe thin! lan.lii g was standing ajar. Gregson pushed i; open.
Within all was absolute silenct
and flarkntss. I struck a match,
and lit the detective's lantern.
As I did so, anil .1- the llicker
steadied into a flame, we all
gave a gasp of surprise. On ih*.
ileal boards of the carpetless Boor
there was outlined a fresh track
of blood. The red steps pointed
towards us, anil led away from
an inner room, the floor of which
was closed. Gregson flung it
>.|x*n and held his light full bias.
In ihe second place there is a long list of products of the Canadian
fisheries, at present barred from the United States by their tariff,
which will be admitted to the l'nited States market by the passage
of the reciprocity agreement.
These include:
Mackerel Salmon
('...I Halibut
Herring- Oysters
Lobsters Salted Fish
This ni.'.'ns a great deal for the fisheries of Nova Scotia antl New
Brunswick, and a great deal more for the fisheries of British Columbia.
The thirty per cent ad valorem duty fin canned salmon meant that
la-i year the B. C. salmon pack was only 738,458cases 10 the 2.391,000
cases of the Alaskan salmon pack. The cent a pound fluty on halibut
means thai the market of the United States is open to the Seattle
fish poacher, and closed to tin* Canadian fisherman who owns the
h.ilibiii bank-.   Reciprocity will remedy this.
eagerly.   "I'll do you this justice, | in   front   of   him.  whilst   we  all
Mr. Holmes, thai I was never in I peered eagerly over his shoulders.
a   case   yet   thai   I   didn't   feel j    In the middle ol -hi floor of the
stronger for having you on myIempty   room   was   huddled   tin
sifle.     There's
to these flats,
safe."
"Who is he?
only  the  one
so we have
exit
him
figure of an enormous man, his
clean-shaved, swarthy face grotesquely horrible in its contortion,
.���nil his head encircled by a ghastly
"But you! Vou are police, are
you not? You have killed Giu-
-eppe Gorgiano.   Is it not so?"
"We are police, madam,"
She looked round into the shadows of the room.
"But where, then is C1e1111a.ro?"
-In* asked. "He is my husband,
Gcnnaro Lucca. I am Emily
Lucca, and we an* both from
New York.    Where is Gennaro?
Ma*
He called  me this  moment   from  }H
receive Uie actual amount iu.ended.
J. M. Christie Manager
ai
Prince Rupert Branch
��$#.&;:u:^^
this window, antl  I  ran with all
my speed."
(To be Continued)
CROSSES ATLANTIC
IN SMALL YACHT
Capt. Thomas F. Day Reaches
Gibraltar After Thirty-five
Days' Trip.
Then there is the third list of products of the mine and forest,
at present barred out of th. United Slates market, which will finer
free of fluty aftet reciprocity passes.    These include:
I leu 11  Timber Mica
Railroad  Tie- ai.d   I'ole- Salt
Sawed Boards Asbestos
Wooden Staves Feldspar
Pickets and palings Talc
Thi- will mean prosperity for the miners anil lumbermi n of British
Columbia.
"Well, well, we score over you crimson halo of blood, lying in a
for once, Mr. Holmes. You must broad wet circle upon the white
give us best thi- time." Hi woodwork. Hi- ki cswen drawn
struck his stick sharply upon tin up, his hands thorwn out in agony,
ground, on which a cabman, his and from the centre of his broo I
whip in hand, sauntered over brown, upi-urncd throat there pro-
from a four-wheeler which Itood jeeted the white haft of a knife
on the far sifk-of tht-ireet. "May driven blade-deep into his body.
I introduce you to Mr. Sherlock Giant as he was. the man mu-,
Holmes?" he said to the cabman, have gone down like a poli-axnl
This i- Mr. Leverton, of Pinker-1ox before that terrific blow. Bi-
Iton's American Agency." vide his right hand a most formi-
"The hero of the Long Island liable horn-handled, two-edged dag
Cave mystery?" said Holmes, ger lay upon the floor, and near il
"Sir, I am pleased to meet you."      a black kid glove.
The American, a quiet, business-1 "By Georgl ! it's Black Gorgiano
like young man, with a clean-! himself!" cried the American de-
shaven, hatchet face, flushed up tectivc. "Someone hat got ahead
at   the  words  of  commendation, [of us this tini'*."
Gibraltar, Aug. 1.���The yawl
Sea Birtl, which arrived from the
Azores last night, is sailing late
today for Italy. Caption Thomas
F. Day of New York, and his
companions. T. R. Goodwin ; ,*.t|
I-'. B. Thurber of Provider.ce, R.
I., report a pleasant trip across
ihe Atlantic In their iwciiiy-live
foot craft they left Providence,
R. I., on June 10th. and arrived
a; Horta in the Azores on July
1. On July "1 they .-.; Bail for
Gibraltar, From the Azores thej
experienced light winds ami calm
weather. They made ilu* trip
of approximately ..,..00 miles in '.iii
sailing days,
A GREAT SCORE
Private Clifford Made 319 Marks
Out  of  a   Possible   350
"I am on the trail of my life now.
Mr. Holmes," said he. "If I
can get f iorgiano���"
"What!   Gorgiano of the R:d
Circle?"
"Here's the candle in the win-
flow, Mr. Holmes," said Gregson.
"Why. whatever are you doing?"
Holmes had stepped across, had
lit the candle, and was passing
"Oh, we've learned all about ii backwards and forwards acrost
him in America.    We know he i-  the window-pani
There i- no pecasion to more than bri. fly state thc facts to demonstrate thai the reciprocity proposal is the In si piece of prosperity
making legislation
Parliament.
thai h;is ever been brought before thc Canadian
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You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
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S2S j-"n ��'K. never really ,,.y, much attention to
B^nBT-S^Q^5^(an,Mtlon-��t0��Pt. PMhsps, the matter of
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11 will make you ,100r if
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Daily New, Building room. 98 Third Aoenue
at  ih.   bottom of fifty murders,
and yet we have nothing positive
we can take him on.    I  traced
him  over  from   New   York,  and  helpful." -aid lie.
I've been close to him for a week)and -loud in .let p
in   London,  waiting  some  excuse
to get  my hand on his collar.
I Mr.  Gregson anil   I  ran  him  to
ground in that big tenement house,
land there's only one door, so hi
came oul since he went in, but
I'll swear he wasn't one of them."
"Mr. Holmes talks of signals,"
said Gregson.   "I expect, as tisuil,
Ilie  knows a  good  ileal  that  we
don'l."
In   a   few  clear  words   Holmes
explained tin situation as it had
appeared to us.   The American
struck his hands together with
vexation,
"He's on to us!" he cried,
"Why do you think st.?"
"Well, it figures out thai way
floes it not? Here he is, sending
out messages to an accomplice���
there are several of his gang in
onilon. Thin suddenly just as
iy   your   own   account   he   was
telling them thai there was danger,
he broke short off. What could
it mean thai but from the window
he hail suddenly caught sight of
US in the street, or in some way
come to understand how close the
danger was, and that he must
act right away if he wns to avoid
it,.'     What   do   you   siiggis',,   Mr.
Holmes?"
"That we go up at one anil set*
for ourselves."
"But  we have
his arrest."
Then lu |h*i red
into the darkness, blew lhe cat file
out, and threw it on the floor.
"I   rather   think   that   will   be
He came ��� ver
thought, while
the two professionals were examining  the  body.     "You   say   thai
thne people came 0U1 from die
flal while you were waiting down*
stairs."   -aiil   he   at   lasi.     "Did
you observe them closely?"
"Yes, I did."
"Was there a fellow about thirty,
black-bearded,  dark,  of   middh
size?"
"Yes, he was the last to panic."
"Thiit is your man, I fancy. I
can give you his description, and
we have a very excellent outline
of his footmark. Thai should be
enough for you."
"Nol much, Mr. Holmes, among
the millions of London."
"Perhaps  not.    Thai   is why
I thoitghi it best lo summon this
lady to your aid."
We   all   turned   round   ai   the
words, Tin ri, framed In thc doorway, was a tall and beautiful
woman   the mysterious lodger of
Bloonisbitry. Slowly she advanced
her face pale ami drawn with a
frightful apprehension, her eyes
fixed and staring, her terrified
ga/.c rivitcd upon the dark figure
on the Hoor.
"You   have   killed   him!"   she
muttered.    "Oh, Dlo, mio, you
have killed him!"    Then  I heard
The following is the rccf.nl of
Private Clifford in the match for
the King's Prize:
First stage���
200, 500 and 000 yards     93
Second stage���
800 yards     17
000 yards     -18
Total  95
Third stage���
K00 yards .���,555455555 49
Olio yards 5345455585 45
1,000 yards 5550254254 :)7
Total      llll
Grand total, 319, out of a possible 350.
a sudden sharp intake of her breath
no warrant   for Lnd hUc ^^ *nl() ^ ^ ~JJ
,.,,��� -   , " <'ry of joy.    Round antl round
He ,8 In Unoccupied premises|the room ���hc danced, her hands
Sniff Yacht Shifted
Early this morning a city garbage wagon arrived at the waterfront to add to the cargo of thc
sniff yacht by the a mount of out
load of ohl bean cans, cabbage
stumps anil kitchen  refuse.    The
teamster never dreaming but that
lhe   noble   craft   slill   lay   at   its
accustomed moorings on the Davis
wharf, or perhaps still dreaming
of sweeter matters, just backed
up to the wagon stops on tin wharf
.-mil opened the Wagon back floor.
A cataract of cane descended with
a. splash into the waler. There
Was no sniff yacht there to receive
them. The spicy Ocean Queen
has altered lur moorings lo Cow-
Creek where she will be "at home"-
to the Commodore and dty scavenging brigade at the usual hours.
How About the Dog?
Hand writing experts, concerning
whom some hard things were said
by counsel in the Plymouth society libel case, occasionally have
in unpleasant time in the witness-
.ox. A leading Irish barrister
of flays gone by once began his
cross-examination of a handwriting
expert by asking, "Where is the
flog?"    When   the witmss asked,
"What dog?" counsel replied, "The
dog which the judge at the last
assises said he would not liimg on
your evidence."--From the London Chronicle.
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New York, Aug. 8.���John Cost!-
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at the age of 102 years, amazes all
who see liiin by his swimming
prowess, When he appears each
day on the bench at Rockaway,
where he is spending the summer,
he is received With sheers.
Thc beach was crowded yes-
leiflay when the old man waded
into the water.   As he swam out
Aril li"
the
a shout  went up:   "Oh, j""1*
thai   old  man  swim I"    "Th"
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thur Stein, eighi  years old,
stood on  the  beach  among
crowd.    "My  grandfather ����� '
gooil swimmer.    He can 'llili '
all." ..
The ohl man made his waj Pw
the last pole, but "Ben" J -*J
one of the Rockaway Beacli l��
guards, would not allow hini to P
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FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Tin re is no set style for liathing
ui.s this summer, nnd one nu y
wcer wiy disign or color and Ih
fashionable. ()m* of the pretties!
suits seen this season wns worn
;-t C; |h* May I *. week, and il
was built on lr.es shown r.lsivc.
The material was a reel dark
blue satin, with colli r and cuffs
of deep cream surah, which was
decorated with gold braid stars;
buttons wen* covered with blue
satin. In spite of its decided
simpli Ity, it was ihe mosl admired
Rih ��>n the beach nnd deservedly
Ml.
A delicious and fairly Inexpensive cake may Ik* made after the
following recipe: Cream 1 cup of
butter and 2 cups of sugar, add 2
level    teaspoonfull   of   cream   of
tartar, half a teaspoonful of salt,
and 4 cups of Hour, alternating
wiih a cup of milk or water, until
you have a smooth Iwttcr. Keep
out a teaspoonful of the milk,
and in it dissolve I teaspoonful
of soda. Add this to the bitter,
and also fold i ' the whites ol six
eggs. Line a loaf tin wiih will
buttered paper, and pour in the
depth of tWO inches, but no more.
Hake in moderate oven.   Hy sprink
ling the H.p with granulated sugar
and nuts you will avoid the supposed necessity of Idng the cake,
which really rather destroys the
delicate flavor of a well-made
cake. This should Ik? flavored
with grn.ul lemon peel- vanilla,
or Utter almonds. An oblong
tin makes a cake that  cuts into
well-shaped slices.
Fashion's Latest
There is another model in crepe
dc chine quite unlike tin just
descrilied but equally charming
It is trimmed with a wide band
of net, richly embroidered in the
finest of gray silk embroidery.
This band goes diagonally across
the skirt, and the upper pari of
the waist and lower part of sleeves
are made of the embroidery, Long
sash ends of velvet or satin of a
contrasting color give a certain
note of distinction and originality
if it is not desired to keep ii in one
color. Such a model could be
copied in dark color to good
advantage, usirg black crepe de
chine and white filet lace over
black chiffon.
For summer evenii g gowns
crepe dc chine combined with
voile chiffon of the finest and
sheerest of lace nel makes up most
atttractively, and a very charming
simple evening gown of these
materials can lit made at surprisingly low cost. The upper
part of waist should be chiffon
or net, and the lower skirt, if
trimmed with a band of passementerie or of jetted or embroidered
trimming or even bead fringe, is
becoming and extremely smart.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Vour Dealer Has It
Causes of Cake Failures
Housewife S.: Your cake Inciter
is probably too thick for layer
cake, lhal is why it rises in ih
middle and not at the sidis. Ii
is coarse-grained and full of hole..
because it is not rich enough, has
too much risinga.'-d is roi sufficient
ly beaten.
Evening Refreshments
For an informal little party
serve lemonade, ar.d if L is cool
enough, coffee, with sandwiches,
and li couple of; kinds of cakes.
You do not "c \e" io have ice
cream. If each i.im in the above
is nice of its kind, il is quite
sufficient for the occasion.
Telkwa Leaves Rupert
When thc C. P. R. S.S. Princess
Err left Tor the south last nigln
she took with her thc launch
Telkwa which belonged to Dr.
Ewing who is now up river. She
tlitl a I'm ii I deal of hospital work
in the days of the old general
hospital by the waterfront mar
Vickcrsville. She will be put in
commission again at Vancouver.
Back to Rupert
Mr. J. H. McLeod of the
Customs Department has returned
from a business and pleasure trip
to Skagway. He arrived last
night by the City of Seattle,
To watch The News want ads
is to refuse lo lie "tied" to an
unsatisfactory boarding place.
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New York, Aug. 3,���The sport
world w;'s today mildly interested
in the announcement thai Tom
Sharkey has joined the ranks of
managers, He has taken Jim
Barry under his managerial wing
and declares that Jim is the only
genuine white hope.
Si    $    id
Humboldt, Iowa, Aug. 3,���Frank
Gotch, champion wrestler of the
world, is getting into training for
his coming match with Hacken-
Bchmidt, on Labor Day, He dots
fourteen miles of road work in
the morning and works on the
gripping in.'.chine, plays hand l.i'll
and wrestles,
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Jack Holland, who is will known
in Pacific Northwest baseball circles and who is now owner of the
St. Joseph club in the Western
League, is accused of trying to
assault Manager Jack Hendricks
of Denver, Thc i rouble grew out
of the allegation thai Hendricks
had sent telegrams to Denver
saying thai Denver was defeated
in St. Joseph Bolely through the
rowdyism of Si. Joseph fans.
$ tfii 4
Danny Murphy, the Athletics'
tight fielder, says the New York
Highlanders have too many signals. Too many signs, according
to Dan, an- too much of a task
(or the ordinary run of ballplayers.
0 tjs 9
The S.. Louis Cardinals, the
Denver and Omaha clubs are
lucky baseball teams. The time
oiiiliis have been in railroad disasters this season when a number
of passengers were killed, and
not ii ball player was seriously
injured.
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Jack Coombs' father's faith -hat
his big son will lie pitching baseball when he is 45 years old i-
i-ot based upon thc lust of premises, li is a great thing to be
a "stout boy" like Jack or Ed
Welsh, but ii is the pitcher lhat
has the smoothest action thai
can sii'iid the wear and u-a.r the
longest. Dr. Harold Ernst, tin
eminent bacteriologist, was Untrue prophet when he said years
a.go that Cy Young's action was
so smooth that there was no
reason why his arm should ever
give out.
&    $    0
San Francisco, Aug. 3. Freddie
Welsh will not box anyone In fori
his meeting  in   Los Angeles next
November, if Tom McCarey can
prevent it. Such is the word
which comes up from the southern
city to add one more difliculiy to
the fulfilment of Promoter Clark's
hope of securing one of Ik.iIi of
these fighters for a Labor Day
match in ihis city.
CHAMPION   OF   TENNIS
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart, Thursdays and Sim'tlays
nt s a.m. Special fare on Sunday
boat, $9.50 return including meals
und berth.
ss. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
antl f*jr:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixetl trains from Prince Rupert Wed
nesdays and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays    and     Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over ita
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coasl Service
Famous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Friday,   August   4th,   9  a. m.
P0B VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
... FOR ��� ��� ���
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
Jik'   Tyler   of   Spokane   is   the
successor  of   Hern.nil   ScllWengCTS
of Victoria as lawn tennis champion
>f ilu mainland of ftriiish Coium-
n'a.   Joe captured  the  title on
Saturday ai the Vancouver Lawn
I'liinis  Club's  courts  by  beating
c. I'.. Foley of San Francisco
after a keenly contested game,
Foley won the lirsi set (1-3. hm
lost the next by thc same margin,
The third sei was long drawn out
and Foley won eventually By 12
to iii. The pace proved l...
strenuous for the Californian, how*
ever, and In weakened, losing lhe
cxi twos.is(i tn:iand tin-match.
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I ,   Gmira complete dork of Draft.   Special   , ,
, ,      attention paid to filllnic pnwcrtplluni.      , ,
. - Theatre Block -Phome No. n Second Are. '
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIMB      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Aw., nvxttooM ot1.ee nf Optlml-at, sell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
B*.t ma.1* In Sa-alll*.   Fruit anal Can-It*,  wh.il*.
sal* ami Ri-lail. Look lur Sash aim. at night
SAM GOWF.N. I'i..|���i*i.,r Phon*ISO
City Scavenging
Mr. .1. (',. Weston announce* lh.it he
hi* iiittm.i-ni-i-il work for lhe city.
All  order*  received   ��l   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meet* in the Helgerson lllock
Every Tuesday Evening
All   memher*  of  the  order in the city
are re<|ue*ted to vl*lt thc lodge.
J. P. CADE, N. O.
II.  II. MORTON, Sec.
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IIWESTMENTS
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JEREMIAH    H.     KUGLER
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses
He rents Stores
He sells Buildings       He sells Contracts
Hc has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler .... Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
Special  Bargains in
KiUelss bands   Francois Lake Land*   bakclae bunds
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitaumkalum Lands, 8and, Gravel and Marhle Deposits
He buys Leases
Hc loans Money THE   DAILY NEWS
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The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone IM Third Avenue ai���! Fulton St
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FreshFLOWERS
On S.S. Prince Gcorne, tomorrow nii-Tnir.tr
ARCTIC STUDIO, ^^Ji!;-
Miss DRENA MACk
Priniadona Soprano, Cleveland's Musical Comedy Co.,
Six Nights, Starting Aug. oth.
DYNAMITE DOES
HAVOC IN SMITHY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Inside it i- .11 upset. But the
splendid "'nl clock there though
thing to tin* floor with face shattered and twisted hand*., -.ill ticked
on defiantly and rang out the hour
of ten .i.m. a- cheerfully a*- il'
nothing li.nl happened.
Had Presentiment
Mr-. J. C. McLennan is away
from town iit present, and as
Mr. McLennan was at his placi
at the City Hall, there was no
one in when the crash came. Just
before leaving Mr-*. McLennan
tnl.l a friend that -hi* had a Strange
presentiment that something was
going ;n happen wiih the blasting
going i.n mi first avenue near by.
and *-.ii<l Bhe wanted ." 1 ul "i
the house winn i. happened. Another house which suffered was
the residence ol Mr. Tom Dunn.
Windows are shattered on l��>th
Second avenue and Seventh sirut
frontages. Big pla e glass windows along Second avenue are in
fri.gin.iii-. Th.' Dominion Baths
Buffered most. Tin* plati glass
windows of thi' Central Bar arc
split .ind smashed all round. J,
Gilmorc the well-known old timer,
ALD. NEWTON
IN THE FIELD
CAN NOW TELL
HUMAN BLOOD
Analysts Use New Discovery for
First Time in the Criminal
Courts of England.
I.OST-A Kdoak: ]*ft on Metliiknlla wharf.
Kinder rewarded bv leaviiia' aaitu* ut Campbell'!
Clirar Store. l6B-tf
( For Rent \
t)\\j**xm ii->i->ii-����i ^M'��ii'>n��ii'>i~    T--1 --j*
Furnished  rooma with  bath.    Bpffila] rntea by
-    the week.   Talbot House. l*    if
Neatly Furnished rooma. centlenifn pn-ferreil.-
Apply .Mrs. M ..Mm. over Majt-stk Theatre.     tf
Liirtre   well   furnished   rm>m,   private   family.
Bpmdld view   of   harbor.      Gentlemen  only. ;
Apply P.O. Box 151V. i'V4-tf
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainments,
dance*, etc.   Apply J, II   Kilters, phone 116.
I Wanteil-Small house, furnished or partly furnished.   Stiit.* terms tc Bu\ K. Daily News.l4t>-tf
Cu��> furnished rooms. Mr*. BowtTi Somerset
i: - ���; -. Third Avenue, between Seventh and
KiKhth. 117-tf
Do awuy with this,
laundry.
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Announces He will Contest Co
mox-Atlin  Against   the  Lib
eral   Candidate   as   an   Opponent of Reciprocity.
In his newspaper, Aid. S. M.
Newton hist night stated thai he
had given way before strong pressure brought to bear on him. and
would enter the contest for the
Federal seat, a*, an opponent of
reciprocity.
The news came a*, a bombshell
to many of Alderman Newton's
���olitic.d friends. The Mayor cann
charging into ihe City Hall in an
v inl condition, and immediately
adjourned with several of ilu*
aldermen who wen al the II.ill
tor it commit ut- meeting to his
private room.
Some <.f th> more prominent
members of ihe loci Conservative
party win- vcrj outspoken aboul
die matter. Tin* g.'inr.il opinion
among them �� t- lhal ihe editor-
alderman had decided on a bold
"swoop," to gel ahead of the
oilier three "pro-puts" who are
. nxious to secure thc nomination,
A-   .\l.li nn.in   Newton   is   not
the official candidate for the Con-
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Aug. 3.���For the first
time in the history of the criminal
courts of England a skilled analyst
has been able to say positively
that the stains found on Unclothes of a prisoner were made by
human lilood, and not only that,
but that the blood was from an
anaemic person.
In many murder trials the guilt
or innocence of a prisoner has
turned on the evidence of the
analyst, who heretofore was unable to swear |H.r-iiiv.lv whether
the .-tains wen* made by mammalian or human blood. The
poinl came up in the Crippeti c;.->.
and it Wiis then said thai science
wits at work on the subject and a
successful outcome of the investigation was anticipaud.
In the case in question a man
was charged with killing a woman
and when arrested stains wire
ii'tnd on his clothes. Dr. Wilcox,
the Government analyst, win. was
a witness in the Crippcn can.
slated in evidence that modern
methods now enabled him to say
.li;.! the blood was hum.mi and
that it came from an anaemic
person, which thc victim was.
The prisoner was found guilty
and sentenced to death.
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Help Wanted
Wanted-Bright Girl to mind office, practically no
work, reply In handwriting, stating wairea expected, to Box l.vt;.. Cttv. St
Wanted-Good sliad boy to help In kitchen and I
make himself generally useful.    Apply James
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner of Mh Street. tf
V Mr-: ��� Muckera * ��� wanted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co., Gooae Hay. Take S.S. Vadso
or Venture. U--tf
Notice.
The Arm known aa Director Cohen a Company
have this day Aug. 4th. 1911, dissolved partnership. All liabilities up to this date will l<e jointly
responsible. All outstanding account* should be
pald to I. Director or M H. Cohen.
Dated August 4th. IT -
Tenders Wanted
t
For Sale
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estimated tin  r.-|>air lull lor glass
at about $1000, .m.l Peter Blacklscrvative l��rty as yet, ii is quite
r.gr,-i- I., rcpori  "No insurana  I"'-'1'1';'I'-" ���'" party may prefer
on .i p. ne" of hi-pl ���'. io nominate a separate candidate,
' Crowd Thronged Scene        |insl"''1 "f lmilirt '" bch!nd Mr
business section  got i
ih.* excitement, .''id
II.'li   ilu
out   lo   -ee 	
wi re ready in h ml a hind had ill-.*
school lut- go) l rcatcning. Fire
Chief Mclnnis. Work- Superintendent McNeil, ..nd ilu- City
Engineer were \ -1 j early on lh.
���pot. Several coi stables also looked ii ' r 'In kecpi g bl order, and
warned the crowd to ntand .'ill
from  - 111   1. Hi: {j !i "sill' 111 - "I   .
from   ilu    high   hotel   windows.
Tin*  whole affair,  howi ver,
.'i . n i ml in aboul lii't'i n mil u - -
Newton.
Th.re i*. a filling of resentment
in ihe mind- of thu-.* who think
ih.it   ihe  latest   candidate  tried
io   force   ihe   hand*,  of   ilu*   local
( oii-i n atives to further hi- private
ambitions.
PRINCE ALBERT'S
NEW COAST RUN
Fur Sale-Household furniture In good condition, i
Phone 2M, St
Before buying your Stove or Range see A. J. ;
Galland. McBrtde and Fifth Ave.    Cook stoves
fromtU. l2JMm
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey houae, houae-
hold gooda. Near ft ��� Hupert. A anap if
taken at once.   Address b. x S-tto. tf
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Fire Insurance
Tenders will he received hy the Assignee of thc Brin Furniture Co. up tn
10 p.m. of Saturnay. the 12th day of
August, 1911, for the balance of '.he
stock of furniture, carpets, etc., formerly the property of the Hrin Furniture Co. Said stock may be inspected
at premises where it is now situate on
the MOth side of Third Ave., between
7th and 8th Sts. Terms cash. The
Assignee does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender.
C. li. LOCKHART,
173-6 Assignee.
GROUND
Notice.
THE British Union and Natl.mat Fir* Insurance
Company ol London. England, with capital
ol listvismoo. 8a* us lor rat**. The Mack
Ras.lt* and Insurant** Company. 70-tf
1      Business   Chances      I
Good monay In Movtnic Ptclura*. Wanted ���A
parly to start movlnir picture show tn Princa
Rupvrl Wm* rn* for particulars. II. Davis.
Watrrlown. Wla. lIT-wl
Under Captain McKenzie She
Will Ply Between Vancouver
and Northern B. C. Ports.
When the new G. T. P. S.S.
I'rince John reaches Prince Ru-
ptrt, the Prince Albert will at
ot ce come south to enter Into a
new service which has been Inaugurated for her. She will engage in the run between Victoria
and Vancouver and Northern Brit*
i-h Columbia ports, relieving the
two big (',. T. P. steamers of much
in.   lor   midoccan.    Though   tin j"1" the freight which is carried to
^^^^^^ the coast points.   The Henrietta
Navigation Note
Ai   i i on   loday  the Civic SnilT
i p -Til out <>f harbor head
If
your lion-.
glass ia
in-
li. rlt'ii   . i.;t.' ���<<���   was   busy   with
other   -hipping.,   viz.,    the   S.S
 |ll.i/ili< I p. --irn out. and tin  tug
siire.l in ih.* Ocean Accident ."���! liscori II coming in with the North
Guarantee Insuranci Company Bend in low, ihe Commodon
your claim will be paid promptly, handled his vessel wiih consum*
Vou never can oil when animate -kill and seamanship con*
accident mighi happen to your triving to keep just to windward
hou-i or property, Better gel of all the other craft in strongly
ii.siir.d ;ti on.' in ilu ,.l.oii appreciated style. There is a
company through thi MackRcp.lt> rumor around now that the Sniff
and Insurance Company, Pulton Vachl may be the next challenger
l.".ii. Ifor tin* America Cup.
co,*a.)   -mints.     	
haa been used to sound the busi*
ness on the new run, and she has
already been found to be too small
for lhe trade.
Street, I'
...Whites Portland Cement...
0. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Naden Block      Second Are
SHIPPING NEWS
.   .   .- *.- *.* v -.- *.    .- v -.- v -.- v ���-- *
Fog is troubling Several of the
Stations Along the Coast
Reportsfn in the Dominion Government's winli**-***. stations tell
of dcrse fog ,*t Trinaglc and other
points, wi.li cloudy weather al
Estcvan and Point Grey. Cape
Laso n|Hiris dear weather. The
City of Seatde passed southbound
at 11.80 .-cl the Prince C-u.rg.
norilibour.il ai 6.16 a.m.
The Princesi May passed Point
Win-low at 10 a.m. aid in less
hindered by fog which i�� in several
>.f tin channels will lie lure toon
after three thi- afternoon,
McBRlDE IS
NOT AMBITIOUS
In the County- Court of Atlin. hidden at'
Prince Rupert.
In the matter of the Olhi-ial Adminis-
(rater's Act, and ill the matter of
the estate of John Flanagan, tie-
ceased, intestate.
Take notice that by the order of his
Honor, Judge   Young, made  the  28th
day of July, A.D.. lull, I was appointed administrator of the estate of the
John Flanagan deceased, and all parties
having claims  against the said estate
are  hereby required to forward same
properly  verified to me on or before
the 20th  day of August.  A. P.. I'Jll.
and  all  parties  indebted  to  the  saitl
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated this 2��th dav of July. A.D.,
1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
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Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, cornerof
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
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Apply
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Tells His Vancouver Friends He
will not Seek Federal Honors
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Aug. 4. -Premier
McBride arrived this morning from
England and went on to Victoria.
He was received Inn- by a large
number of his friends and presented with .in address. He de-
dared he had no intention of
seeking Federal honors.
RK<n*an��(MiaUOOoooann(H
75x100 ft.  FOR LEASE 1
on11.lrd Avenue and Ninth .Street |!
Aik it
t-nct* Jeremiah H. Kugler, Limited, a
Jerry ��� If
KHKHK
CARTAGE and
^^^^^     STORAGE
C. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ordar* prompUy MM.   I'ticca raaaonabla.
��� .1 HIT.   II. It Kochaalar. Onlre St     I'hona i*
QPP������1���������
POLICE WATCHES
A" ' 'ari*d in lime in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a
Reliable Standard Walch
You would always have the
Correct Time
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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GO JOURNEYING
= EAST=
Round     Trip     Excursion
Tickets   on   Sale   during
August
At Reduced Rates
Good for stop-overs on the
ORIENTAL LIMITED
Through to Chicago without
change. - The Finest Train.���
Through a glorious couhtry.���
Meals antl appointments unsurpassed.
Rogers Steamship
Agency
Second Avenue
Te
Head Centre St.
. llli.
Notice.
Th* partnership lormarly tslttlu
K. Anilc.son and L. M. Ilunh.�� Qanafal Sn-
chants, at the Hi-Ellen Rlrar, Crahan Island.
has been dissolved.    Business will l���* carriial -a
by the underaiitned.
6t J. K. AN0ERS0K
I     Tho    Hoard   o(.}Rail��ay   C.miii.i-i .r..*r��. I"
I Canada  will   hold  a  sitllni  at   I'nnn* Hup-*-
11. C, on or about the Hlth 'lay ol All
at the hour ol II o'clock In lhe lorenoo.i loft"
purpose   ol    hcarinK   mailers,   appllps.it"-*-- *
complaints Hied with the Hoard and MTvid ��PJ>
lhe   parties   intereateil   In   sccir.lar-a- with xm
Rule* and Regulations ol the llnar.l
By Order ol the lli.sr��l.
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
si*-*-u.**
Board ol Railway
Commissioners for Csns.la.
Dated at Ottawa thU 2<ith Kay ol June. 1911.
nnKKtttoomnmtnx>mtiimwy.��-i>.*
FOR  RENT I
F. M. DAVIS &."*%.
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Cariieiitering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launc hrr and Boats (or Hire   N.E. and ol Wharf
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeona Land District���District ol Coast Hangs o
Tako notice that I, r'rank Hicks ol Port l-'s-
sington, occupation merchant, Intend to apply
lor permission, o purchase the (ollowing describe,!
lantfs:
Commcnrlng at a post plantad on '.he aouth
hank o( the EKchumslks River antl about four
mllea from Ita coniluence with the Skeena River,
Ihence SO chaina west, tbence 80 cl.ains north,
thence K0 chaina eaat, thonce south BO chslna
to point of commencement, containing 610 acrea
more or leas.
Dated April 21. 1911. FRANK HICKS
I'ub. April 2S.
Store  Building 'in S,a-..n.l   A.
Seventh Street.    LowR.
Jeremiah H. KugUr, Ltd. j
BOOt��X�����0����"���*tKX,'x'",
Cash  buys  fuini-
with 20 rooms.  Pries H*����
Cash buys Bne .v-i'l'"���'������
property Including II' "'���"
9th Avenue, SeCHOIl 5,
Cash buys a nice lot i-i Section
7, Balance $25 a month.
Furnished Hotel for Lett*.
Fire, Life Bnd Accident Insurance.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
$500
$800
$50
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2 We beg t0 announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenue j
For the next two weeks we will occupy the entire Hart Block and during that time we shall offer some Great Values in Furniture and Home Furnishings 	
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GRAND 15 DAYS SALE OF FURNITURE
Carpets, Curtains, Drapery and  Stoves.
We carrry a full line of Carpet, Linoleums, Crockery, Couches,
Glassware,   Table  Cutlery,   Baby  Carriages, etc.," etc.,  etc.
*     l^ffi ?lG WRNITURE STORE
2  C��r JX ST1 ^NITURE STORE"
*  Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.    Phone 62.
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