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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL.11.  NO. 179
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, August 9. 1911.
Price Five Cents
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ERT FLEET
ISALMON CANNERS' REPORT
PACK IS VERY SMALL
|Latest Reports From the Canneries With Figures Confirm Fears That Pack is Small This Year���Alaska
Pack is Also Very Light This Season
Indications arc general now that
���the salmon pack for the 1911
season will be a small one. Re-
Burns for the canneries nearest
i; Prince Rupert are not im-
mediately available, but the latest
figures from canneries north and
I mill of the Prince Rupert dislrict
���pre disappointing. It is early
���enough yet fortunately to hope
���that the pack will not be a record
I one.     It   is   too   late  1111-
���ortunately   to  expect   that   the
liviilii i shortage so far may yet
e made up.
Figures so Far
Following are the figures showing the actual number of cases
lacked up to a few days ago at
lllti* various canneries between here
���      Vancouver.    Each extlmate
|\vill l.i* increased proportionately
I'f.ire the end of the season, but
���im packer predicts any substantial
difference to reduce the shortage.
Enquiries at Smith's Inlet Cannery showed the number of cases
to be 16,000; Rivers Inlet, 10,000;
Strathcona, 9,000; Good Hope,
9000; Brunswick, 10,000; KU-
dalla, 10,000; R. I. C��� 12,000;
Beaver,8,000; Namu,7,000; Bella
Coola, 0,000; Skiinsquiteh Dri-n-
nis, 2000; Buttermere's, 1,200.
Returns from Skeena and Naas
River canneries are expected to
be proportionately reduced as compared with better seasons, anil news
from the north is also of shortage.
Alaska Figures Short
The Alaska figures, too, are
short, every company save one on
Bristol Bay being short of last
year's pack. The Alaska Packers'
Association have only put up
400,000 cases as compared with
476,000 last year and 657,000 in
1909.
ITRAIN WRECK
NEAR VICTORIA
I Brakeman Lane Killed and Two
Other Men Injured on Sydney Line.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, .Aug. 9.���Brakeman R.
.iine was killed and Conductor
IRobert Walker and a Hindu in-
|jurul by the derailing of a freight
lir.'in on the Victoria and Sydney
���railroad today. The caboose was
���overturned and Lane crushed in
I tin* wreckage.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY
Either J. D. McArthur or Mr. J.
0 Brien to Get Contract
Ottawa, Aug. 9.���Construction
"ii ihe Hudson's Bay Railway is to
bi started ihis fall. Tenders were
"lulled this afternoon. In all
eight were delivered but the choice
narrowed down to two, those sub-
miitid by J. D. McArthur and by
I. O'Brien.     Both  of these
M
I. iidcrs it is said were on a very
satisfactory character and within
the estimates secured by the railway department. These figures
however, will yet have to be gone
over in detail before* any official
announcement of the awarding of
''" contract will be made.
SMART SENTENCE
ON TRICKSTERS
Seven Grain Inspectors who
Stole from Cars Sent io the
Penitentiary.
SENATOR    FRYE    DEAD
Senior   Senator   from    Maine
Passes  Away
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Lewiston, Me., Aug. 9.��� The
stale of Maine lost its senior senator ard the United States an
almost life lorg faithful servant
when William Pierce Frye died
toelay at his home at Lewiston.
Rupert in Today
On time this morning the Prince
Rupert arrived with her usu;>l
ci nipli niei-1 of passengers pleased
with a smart run nonh. The
Rupert brought a full cargo of
mixed freight and mail and had a
number of Stewart bookings.
���������"aa...afc,,-^.-a.,,.w,.|.
BASEBALL SCORES
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Empress Hotel vs. Quill Drivers at the Auditorium Thursday evening, August 10th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
National League
Cincinnati B, Boston (I.
Brooklyn 2, St. Louis0,
Pittsburg 13, Philadelphia 0.
Chicago 3, New York 1.
American League
Washington 10, St. Louisa.
Boston 8, Cleveland 6.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 1.
New York 8, 2; Detroil 4.2.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 1, Oakl.-i d 0.
San Francisco 9, Los Angeles 4.
Vernon 5, Sacramento 4.
Northwestern League
Spokane 4, Vancouver 2.
Tacoma 5, Victoria 2.
Seattle 2, Port land 1.
To watch The News want
is to know your chances
finding a better job.
ads
for
COAL FROM STATES
Contracts Closed at Winnipeg
for   Pennsylvania   Coal
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Aug. 9.���To meet any
possible fuel famine a number of
Alberta cities have closed contracts today for several thousane
ions of Prnnsylvania coal.
MAY BE LYNCHED
Negro at Old Vile Game Again
in the States
Aitken, Minn., Aug. 9.��� A negro
named Wooster is belli here on a
charge of assaulting a fourteen
year old while girl living near
here. The father chased the negro
on horseback. He was caught and
the girl Identified him and the
negro admitted the erinii.   He is
in jail now and much excitement
prevails, l-'cars are held that a
lynching may occur.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Aug. 9.���Sever Dominion Covert niti i gr; ii inspectors
were sentenced here today to terms
ranging from two months to six
years for thefts from freight cars
in the Canadian Pacific yards.
The proceeds of their robberies
were valued at nearly ��10,000.
MILLIONAIRE S DEATH
John W. Gates the Plutocrat,
Answers the Inevitable Call
THE NEW "PRINCE JOHN"
REACHES PRINCE RUPERT
New G.T.P. Passenger Steamer For the  Islands  is  a   Handsome
Boat and Splendidly Fitted---Proved Her Seaworthy  Qualities on the Voyage From England���Captain Weirmouth
is in Command
MAY PRESENT MEDAL TO
CAPT. BARNEY JOHNSTON
Launch Owners Along the Water Front are Great Admirers of the Clever Skipper's Starboard Landings
���It is Easy on Their Boats and They
Appreciate It
Boat slip proprietors and owners
of items in Prince Rupert's mosquito fleet moored along the waterfront between McBride street and
the ('.. T. P. wharf are seriously
thinking of presenting a service
of plate or a gold medal to Ci.pii.in
Barney Johnston of ilu* S.S. Prince
Rupert its he seems to be the only
skipper of a big boat calling al
Prince Rupert who can make a
starboard landing.
Hurts Small Craft
All lhe other steamers take
the familiar sweep around the
harbor in order io make ihe easier
por; landing. In doing this they
send iheir wash heavily ashore
just where the little boats and
launches are moored, pounding
tliini cruelly against each other
and against the grade. Even
ihe boa, stages themselves and the
pikd wharves arc affected, s< me
say dangerously, by the wash of
ihe bigger boats passing swiftly.
Alas, the Sniff Yacht
When the civic sniff yacht was
moored ai this point her poor old
timbers used to get unmercifully
ji-rrtd .'gi-ii-st lhe piles, and if tin
swell can so trouble a lumbering
old lavender box like that, what
must il do to a light launch?
Waterfront men are slill hoping
that other boats besides Barney
Johnston's may either make the
starboard lardir.g when possible
or go dead slow past  the boat
stag's.
Mrs. M. P. McCaffery returned
to Prince Rupert by the Prince
Rupi rt ihis morning.
RIGHT-OF-WAY
AGENTS ARRIVE
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, Aug. 9.���John W. dates,
the American financier, died here
this morning in the arms of his
wife and his son Charles C. Gates.
The end was peaceful and it seemed
as if he was falling asleep. He
was only fifty-seven years old.
For several years past John W.
Gates had been considered one
of the greatest forces in thc
financial world red a strong factor
in Wall street operations.
AFTER FOUR LONG YEARS
MURDER COMES TO LIGHT
George Whitford, a Half Breed, is Arrested in Montana
for the Alleged Murder of Victor Thomas in
October 1907���Clever Work of Mounted
Police
���^Abridge, Aug. 9.���The old
toytng that murder will out seems
ll1*1 ly io come true in the case of
Georgc Whlftord, the half breed
*ho Wiis arrested yesterday ai
������'"���.��� ning Montana, by the Mount-
1,1 Police on a charge of murdering
; r Thomas, another half breed,
'" ".'toiler 1907.
Story of Crime
������".mas who was a teamster in
'!" ' mploy of thc city at the,
'""'   ''f   his   death,   was   found
drownesd In the river at Diamond
( "V in the spring of 1908 six
n��'iulis after he w.".s last seen
*n�� his team in thc river bed at
������'iMiiidge.
Police Heard Story
" lew days ago Sergeant Ashe
of thc Mounted Police heard that
a half breed at Browning, Montana, had told of seeing a man
murdered in the river bed at.
Lcthbridge. He immediately connected the story with Thomas'
death, and went to Browning to
investigate.
Has Three Witnesses
Sergeant Ashe not only managed
to r-.rrest Whiteford at Browning,
but he also found three other
hi-lfbrccd witnesses, who profess
to have been present when lhe
fight occurred, and saw Whiteford
murder Thomas and throw his
body in the river. Thc Sergeant
is now on his way back with the
four men.
Fog banks in the Sound delayed
the arrival of .he new G. T. P.
S.S. Prince John yesterday, but
towards evening she steamed into
the harlnir trim ar.d speedy, a
pretty, three masted boat with
white upper works, and funnel
iift bearing the well known maple-
leaf badge.
Ci plain Weirmouth is in charge
of the new Steamer which will take
over the run of the old Prince
Albert. Those of the Prince Albert's officers who join the new-
boat are Mr. Griffiths, second
officer, and Mr. Durage, purser.
Mr. Shields, chief steward of the
Allan will also join the Prince
John which carries a crew of
twenty-seven mm.
Perfect Passenger Boat
"A miniature Prince George"
is an apt description of the new
steamer as regards passenger accommodation. The Prince John
has on a dainty scale, all the
conveniences and luxuries of the-
big ('.. Y. P. Hiers. Her staterooms are arranged e-ommodiottsly
on the upper deck, and are airy
ind comfortable. That feature
de luxe of the palatial George���
electric reading lamps right desibe
the pillow of e-ae-h bunk is present
also in the Prince John's staterooms, antl every other item of
Stateroom furniture is in keeping.
Two splendid staterooms are situ-
aleel right ,ifl on lhe boat deck.
They are secluded, cosy, anel delightful for a private party, li
ward, as in the C.eorge is an observation i""". luxuriously furnished. By a polished oak stair
cast* you descend from there to
the lofty smokeroom on the main
deck, a smoke-room which fairly
puts many a bigger honl in the
background. A well furnished bar
completes this sniie.
Dining Department
Dining  room   anel  galley  with
stewards' accommodation an* all
of the most attractive. The dining
si loon occupies the whole beam
of the boat, and is lofty in proportion and finely furnished. The
galley conveniently at  hand  is
planned   and   equipped   for  swift
appetising service.   A new special
Compressed cork Mooring is laid
on this section of the boat. It
.'dniits of the most  perfect clean-
Iness, with warmth anel springy
softness under foot.  Arrangements
for food storage, and for the accommodation of stewards also the
mess room  for the crew arc all
cleverly and comfortably planned.
Ship's Equipment
From   mast   heed   to  keel   the
Prince John is a well built and
seaworthy boat.    Her engine room
is very roomy.   She can do twelve-
knots without extra pressure. Two
dynamos supply her with electric
current.  An ash ejector does away
with the dusty ii.sk of bucketing
refuse overboard.    She carries six
bui.ts, and if necessary could accommodate 22") passengers 50 <>f
them first cabin, lle-r steerage
accommodation just being completed is fresh, clean and airy with
comfortable lavatories. Steam
heating throughout thc whole boat,
and wireless equipment must be
added to the Im of her attractions.
The crew's quarters forward are
-omforti'hlc, tin re is abundant
���i.r^ii space, and Captain Weirmouth hi.s found his new steamer
a Splendid sea boat. There can
be no doubt ihat she will be a
popular passenge r boat to and from
ihe Islands.
G. H. Pope, General Right of
Way Man and W. H. Dempster His Assistant, Land Today
to Take Train to Aldermere
START WORK ON HYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANT
Supt. Clark Durant Left With Party of Axemen This Morning to Commence Operations���Mr. Brutinel Says They Will Spend $2,500,000 in Next Four Years
By the S.S. Prince Rupert today
W. II. Dempster, assistant right
of way man of the G. T. P. arrived with the Right of Way
Agent Mr. C. H. Pope.
Mr. Pope with Mr. Depmstcr
proceeded up the line by train
on the way to Aldermere on right
of way business. It is not the
intention of the right of way
agent to go fartehr than Aider-
mere at this lime, though the
contract for clearing the first 50
miles beyond that point is let,
and lhe work will soon begin.
FIREMEN HURT
AT MONTREAL
An   Indian  named   Harry  Collison   Wiis   today   brought   before
Magistrate McMullin charged wiih
having had liquor in his possession.
lie admitted it, but promised to
point out the man who gave ii
to him said to be a white man.
The police arc looking idler this
matter now. Prisoner came from
Kitkatla, anel was one of "Pat"
Phillipson's gleanings.
Six Horses Burned to Death in
Fire at Funeral Expense Society.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Aug. 9.���A twenty
thousand dollar fire occurnd i'i the
establishment of the Montreal Funeral Expense sodrty last night.
Six horses were burned i" death
ard two firemen hurt. One of
the members was si ruck on the
head by a falling beam; the other
was badly burned on the back anil
shoulders.
THREE CHANGES
List of Changes Eastward from
Prince    Rupert
Following is ilu- latest official
list of stations on lhe ('.. T. P.
for th" lirM one hundred miles
with three name changes and
correct distance in miles from
Prince Rttpi ri:
Kaien, ii.") miles from Prince
Rupen: Phelan, 10.8; Sockeye,
18.8; Tyee, 26.8; Mann (was
Skeena), :I2.S; Kwinltsa, 4<>.3;
Salvus, 68.1; Exstew, 89.8; Sha-
mes, 76.8; Amsbury(was Lakelse),
84.9; Littleton, '.M.l: Vanarsdol
(waa Copper River), loo.l.
Started their Camp
Mr. Clark Durnal, superintendent of the Hydro-Electric Company, left the city this morning
with a parly of axemen io start
work on the construction camp at
Khlada River. Mr. Durant says
that within a few weeks there will
be a couple of hundred men al
work at the camp.
' In company wiih Mr. Kennaiigh,
C. 1*',., Mr. Durant made a pre-
iminary survey of Khlada Lake
ast week. He describes it as
being  several  miles  larger  than
that shown  on  the  Provincial
Government's maps. No exact
survey has yet been made anel
the maps are of course only approximate.   The expedition satis
fied the party thai a tremendous
drainage area enters the lake,
guaranteeing im even greater continuous water power than al first
anticipated.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Aug. 9.   According
to the Statement of Mr. Raymond
Brutinel of Paris, France, one of
the directors of (he Prince Rupert
Hydro-Electric Company, an active survey of the work has lieen
started in connection with the
Company's plans for supplying power and light  in  Prince Rupert.
Tin* program recently adopted
by the board of directors con-
tenplates the expendii lire of $000,-
000 iluring the nexl twelve months
anel $2���r)0(),()00 within the next
four years.
ll is proposed to develop the
Khatadfl River power by building
a dam cap; ble of giving 15,000
horsepower, and il is expected
that   within a  year  there will be
available not less than 8,000 kilo-
watts which will be Increased to
15,000 kilowatts within four years.
The power will be conveyed to
Prince Rupert a distance of 42
miles. The fulls on the Excha
River, 21 miles from the city, are
capable of furnishing ilu- same
amount of energy but will not
be harnessed until circumstances
'warrant such an action.
PUTTING THE LONG PROBE
INTO THE CORPORATIONS
Millionaire Geo. W. Perkins, of the U.S. Steel Corporation, May Have to Tell all He Knows About
Corporation Campaign Funds or Go To
Penitentiary
should he then still refuse, he may
be adjudged in contempt of Congress and imprisoned.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington,   Aug'   9.���George
W. Pel kits, ;��� din elor of the
United States Steel Corporation,
and one of the men who is said to
have aided in averting grave financial disaster during the panic of
1907, is now facing the nltcrnativi
of  answering   questions   to   -.1.
House Committee on inquiry i'   o
the steel corporation, bearing <>i
his  personal  campaign   cunt rii n -
tions and such contributions ;s
were made by lhe New York I.id
Insurance Company, or of bell i.
cited to appear before the bar of
lhe House of Represent at ives.
Should the  House sustain   the I    Mrs. M. Craig left on Monday
majority of the Committee and I to spend two weeks with (rler.di
order Mr. Perkins io answer and I in Victoria and Seattle.
Chance to Learn Music
Having studied music in Paris
and Berlin under such an excellent
mr.stcr r.s Fran* Wilczek, one of
lhe   lii-ditg   tnehers   in   the   old
the leading teachers in old Europe,
Miss Vers Greenwood has decided
lo glvi  less   s nn the piano in
Prir.ce Rupert  ... beginners antl
advar.cod   pupils.     She   will   be
pleased to arrange appointments
if   notified   ;*   Room   28,   Alder
Block, Third ;��� venue. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert .Publishing Company, Limited
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Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Aug. 9
ALD. NEWTON S PLEA OF GUILTY
Now that Alderman Newton has confessed his guilt, and admitted
that he wilfully altered press despatches referring to reciprocity, the
News is content to resume the discussion of the economics of reciprocity. It is always a good day's work to unmask a hypocrite and make
ii vendor of untruths eat hi- own wares. The public can now judge
of the fitness for public life of a man who admits to altering press
despatches t<> suit his own candidature.
The whole incident casts a strong light into the real character
of thi*. "Holier than thmi" candidate, who iu confessing his guilt tries
to make the public believe that he was acting within ihe limits of
journalistic usage in wilfully altering one despatch anel inventing
another, iu order to further his private interests.
siike, when merely confronted with the evidence of his attempt to
befool the electors of Comox-Atlin by altering press despatches out
of their original meaning.
Alderman Newton in his statement says that the News is actuated
by a desire to get him out of the field for fear of his getting votes.
That is an absurd conclusion, only possible to a mind blinded by vanity.
The News dares Alderman Newton to stay in the field and see
what happens to him.
DOMINION MINE
INSPECTOR HERE
Alfred W. G. Wilson, Special Inspector from Department of
Mines at Ottawa now Visiting
District Sent Specially to
Goose Bay and Hidden Creek.
THE MAYOR AND
PREMIER McBRIDE
Important Telegram Expected
Today  from   Mr. Manson in
Reference   to  the  G.   T.   P.
Assessment Settlement in
Abeyance.
We do not know what are the journalistic ethics of Mudville-in-
the-Bush, or wherever it was that Alderman Newton got his training
in village ncw-p.ipt rilom. We do know thiit no sclf-re-sp. > ting journal
in any dty in Canada, would tolerate on its staff for one moment an
editor who would wilfully alter tin meaning of a press despatch to
further hi- private ends. To alter a despatch which states that the
Laurier Government had "made a strategic move," to read "unfair
move" is noi editing. It is King. When done wilfully it is wilful
lying, and when done wilfully by a man who i*. opposing the Laurier
Government in an attempt to enter public life it looks like wilful
lying for personal ends. A great man truly to set himself upas holier
ih.nt ilu* rest <>f the members of his party.
Tin* incident raises the question as lo the moral perceptions of
tin* candidate. A man who admits to the public that he altered a press
despatch anel Liked another Ix-causc "it was palpably unfair," must
have ii |). citliar type of mind.   Ii i- ihe type of mind apparently that
Acting Mayor Kirkpatrick and
City Clerk Woods are anxiously
expecting a wire some time this
afternoon fre>m thc Mayor in
reference to his interview wiih
Premier McBride in particular regarding the Provincial Government's attitude to the proposed
Grand Trunk Assessment sctlle-
nu nt.
No reply had come to hand this
forenoon, and Mr. Kirkpatrick
remarked that he understood the
Mayor would probably have an
appointment with the Premier
some time toelay if he had not
already had one last night. Thc
fact that no wire was received
larly today was taken iis indicating   that   the  interview  Wits
probably still in abeyance. All
members of the council except
perhaps Alderman Hilditch in his
less assii red mi .ment s. are O in tidtn t
that the Premier's attitude will
be favorable i<> the agreement,
but many cilizens who favor the
agreemeni will not prove as easy
over the Hydro-Electric plan when
both matters emit to lhe vole.
Only Kept Alive by Stimulants
Now
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Piiris. Aug. 9.���John W. Gates
delights to vent spleen and throw coarse abuse at innocent men with j had another bad turn thi- morning
neither ihe means nor the ability to answer back, and then whines and was only kept alive by heart
and crawls the moment someone with the ability aid occasion to act, stimulants. Congestion of the
administers a little corrective punishment. kidneys has returned and heart
It is an amusing right to see ihis journalistic swashbuckler and action is very weak.  It Is believed
village bully howling out thai he is being persecuted for right cousin ss', the end is not far off.
LAUNDRIES TO
BE SEGREGATED
By-law to be Introduced Governing Matter���Buildings an
verning Matter. Buildings
and Utensils must be Sanitary.
Segregate. The suburb "i the
local inferno is to have a Bister
district, or in other words, all
laundries in future will likely be
segregated. The Board of Works
last night recommended that all
laundries, wash house-, etc., shall
be built in the district of Block
41 and 42, Section 5, which is
near to Comox avenue.
Alderman    Hilditch   introduced
the recommendation and found
unanimous support. He will also
introduce a by-law to govern the
matter. The by-law will .il-"
require laundries in the proposed
district to have concrete floors,
metallic inside walls up to a
certain height, sanitary washing
utensils, etc.
Alderman Douglas objected to
the location named on the ground
that it woulel effect property in
the elistrict to a disadvantage, and
threatened to get a pttition opposing the ielca. After a satisfactory explanation following a
consultation of the map of the
city, he withdrew hisobjecdem.
Nearly Drowned Them
The launch Sandman which very
nearly eoftinetl lur two Indian
owners yesterday i- In ing over-
liaulul at the Davis boathousc today.
That ilu- Importance to the
Dominion of Canada <>f the mines
in the Prince Rupert district is
appreciated to ihe full by the
Department of Mines at Ottawa,
i*. shown by the fact that just
now   Mr.   Alfred   W.   G.   Wilson
of the Department of Mines Office
Mines Branch���is in the district
mi ;i special tour of Investigation
arranged particularly in view of
the Goose Bay anel Hidden Creek
developments.
Back from Islands
Today Mr. Alfreel Wilson after
returning on the Princess Beatrice
from the Queen Charlotte Islands
where he has examined promising
properties left in lhc launch Cloyah
from lhc Rupirt Marine Wharf
to visit Observatory Inlet antl
Goose Bay. Captain Babinglon
took charge of the launch. Mr.
Wilson will make a general investigation of the Hitldeii Creek
Mines, anel afterwards will pay
a visit to properties on the Ocstaw
River.
It is not generally known thai
ihe Department of Mines at Ot*
tawa is divided inio two distinct
sections. These are the Geological
Survey and the Mines Branch of
which latter Mr. Wilson is a
representative.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, Phesident
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqeh
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000        REST, - $7,000,000
RAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped lo ;SS1U, a   .
inciDul cities in Uie following countries without delay I
D
Every _.
the principal .
Africa ��rclc
Arabia ,,. V,uba     .
Argentine Republic Denmark
Australia RHP*- .     .
Austria-llungiry fraroe Islands
Belgium hmUi>d
Hraiil Formosa
Ste* JvcM^hin China
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Chili
China
I id 111.111 v
Qntl Britain
Itrwe
Holland
Iceland
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Juva
���Malta
Manchuria
Me-xn
New tfr-alaiiJ
Norway
Panama
Peraia
Prni
Philippine IlUndl
Portugal
R mi mania
Rufcsia
Servia
Si,HI!
Sib.
S.-iiJan
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The amount of thene drafts is slated in Ihe money of lhe country whore i he) ar',* u,
able I that is ihcv are drawn in sti*rlin|{, francs, marks, lira-, kronen, llorina \m
lads, roubles, etc., as thc case may be. lllii ensures that the p.,*,.,. abroad J
receive tho actual amount intended. Mj
J. M. Christie Manager Prince Rupert Branch
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
OFFICERS:
WM. T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID H. HAYS, hi Vi��.Pm
M. f. HOBIN, 2nd Vlce-Pres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER. Secretary-Treasurer C. B. PETERSON. Ass't.-Monet,,
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Lands and Minn
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Estate      Escrow Agenl,
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes Collection
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposits
W* will bo pleased to answer any Inqolrles rrniirilinu invrBln-i.nt. in I'rince Knut-rl
and Northern Brltlih Columbia.
The Continental  Trust Company/,  Limited,  JSlrVSt^;:
J
Not every ad interests every
person���but every ail interests
some of the people, and sometimes one ad may take an almost
universal apiieal.
A HOSPITAL LEVY
Proposal to Assess all Civic Laborers $1 a Month
A special committee will look
into the advisability of taxing
civic employees a r.el nn n t ni ployed
l.y civic contractors Si a month
to insure them in time of sickness
or accident. The money lo la-
paid io the General Hospital.
Alderman Douglas wants a vote
of the nun to be taken la-forc
the matter is settled. Cily Solicitor Peters will look Into the
legality of the idea.
The DAILY NEWS
Till Sept. 23,1911
For
OUR During the prop-ess of the Reciprocity Campaign
CDCriAT I  Bn(l mi General  Election,  wo will mail The
DrCK.li\li I  daily NEWS to any address in Canada, out*
OFFER aide the City of Prince Rupert for IS cents.
The Daily News will give full and fair reports of the progress of the
campaign In the Dominion.���In our editorial columns we will devote
special attention to the great question. Take advantage of this sprcial
occaaion to let your friends in the eaat see your local paper.
Tht* Daily News by mail for six weeks for 25 cents.
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GEO. D. TITE
Third Avenue
AUGUST
GEO. D. TITE
Furniture Dealer
Third Avenue
FURNITURE
SALE
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Every Buying and Selling advantage this store possesses has been utilized to stamp this Great Sale as one that must command your in-
������������������************m^^m__.-_. terest and approval. -
telay For Dining Room Thte;
If You Are Furnishing, Don't Ignore These
DINING   ROOM   VALUES   :-:      :-:
OUR DRAPERIES & CURTAINS
Madras, Scrims, Creetons, Muslins, Lace Curtains, Tapestry
Curtains at CUT IN TWO PRICES. These lines of goods are
selling quickly and your chance to procure genuine sale bargains is
to get in early.
Dining Room Chairs-Solid Quarter Cut Oak in golden and early
English finish, No. 1 Leather seats, regular value of these chairs
consisting of five small and one arm $*L\50, $43.50 and 19ft Aft
$45.00.    Special Sale Price ffiOtUU
Buffets, Solid Quarter Cut Oak. golden and early English finish,
regular values $55.00 and $60.00. Thursday Special t At\ A A
Sale Price  ...     $4U.0U
IRON  BEDS
They are disappearing at our Sale Prices.   Remember any size Iron Bed from   -
$3.50 up.
OFFICE DESKS
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To see our Splendid Values in Office Desks at nearly Cut in Two
prices. Flat Tops, Roll Tops, Type Desks, Office Chairs, rotary
and stationary.
KITCHEN TABLES
Kitchen Tables, without draw, Snle Price 	
Kitchen Tables, with draw, Sale Price	
Kitchen Treasure,:: flour bins, bake board and 1 drawer,
Sale price
$2.00
2.50
$5.00
GO-CARTS
Folding Go-Carts. Sale
Price       ...
$8.50
We have a few left.
Get in on these before all sold.
Here's a Record in Chiffonnier Values
Surfaced Oak Chiffonnier with five drawers and hat compartment
British bevel mirror on top, Regular value $20.00,   t\ A A0
Sale Price    f",uw
Surfaced Oak Chiffonnier, 5 drawers and oval British   (ir A A
mirror, Regular value $22.50, Sale price    *?l*J*vv
Surfaced Oak Chiffonnier, 5 drawers, serpentine front,   s*tmt A A
shaped mirror, Regular price $25.00, Sale price    f * ��� ,ww
Chiffonnier Quarter Cut Oak, 5 drawers, oval mirror.
Regular value $30.00, Sale price	
Chiffonnier Solid Quarter Cut Oak, 5 drawers and hat compartment, oval British mirror, Regular value $38.50, Sale   J77 00
Chiffonier Quarter Cut Oak, 5 large drawers, swivel
front, Regular value $45.00, Sale price	
$20.00
$32.00
Comforters, Blankets and Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads,
and everything that is necessary for a home, at Prices Never
before offered to our customers.
Remember all orders for special made over chairs,
couches, and any article in upholstering receive our
SPECIAL        SALE        PRICES.
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?(lS^SWVK��S��^Sesw��?tf*Mran6��?  \
The Home of Quality
and Quantity
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LYNCH BROS.
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General Merchandise
Largest Stock     j
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11 J   Lowest Prices in Northern  B. C.
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���1AM1IKI. HARRISON
inotarv fudlic)
V. F. G. GAM111.E
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
and
Prince Rupert
Stewart
Gasoline Launches, %*&��
For Hire by Hour or Day
-BOATS BUILT AND REPAIMD-
II Johnston        Co Creek        P.O. Bot 187
rllONE 269 ('KKKN
For Sale
Lot Block Section Price
65 34            8 $325.00
Und 4            14             8 650.00
faml 8 36            7 2.000
Come in and see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
[G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
I Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUF. AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furni.hed Mid
Sleun Heeled Room.
A I IKS r   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
HATES 50 CENTS AND UP
DATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central 23^*4^5
European and American plan, steam
heatetl, modern conveniences. Uut-i
f 1.00 to $2.50 per day. :
Peter Black
ji��Mi%��'��""**"^"^*-,%"1��l,^"��"'*-"��.t'1��i'(i
= THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN
This la a little section of the paper, which from day to day will bo 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.
CHARMING MATERIAL
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
==E.   EBY   <&   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - li. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Th.  Prino.  Ktit--*rt  Lodre. No. 318. Son. of
England, in.'i't. lh* flrat .nd third Tu. ..lay.  In
���wch month In the terp.nt.ra Hall, it U p.m.
F. V. CLARK. S*e���
P. O. Box 812. Princ. ltup.rt
ERNEST A. WOODS. Pmid.nt. BoxM
SAVOY HOTEL
Frater and Fifth St.
The only hotel in town
with hot and cold water in looms. Bwt furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms 50c
up. I'hone 87. P.O.
H"- 129.      :
Prudhomme & Fisher      proprietors
Rochester^
p     Monroe
Ladysmith
' Coal
'��� A) a ���-���*���
���.-.*   Phone ns
-ALL KINDS OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARCES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver For Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything tor Ladles 6 Children
"The Ladies' Store"
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
kth Street        Phone Black 184
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,  Proprietors
The Now Knox Hotel I. run on th. European
plan. Flrtt-clM. wrvlc. All th, UM "���"I"';
improvement.. -:���:- ��tDS ������ up
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
A most charming material is
coming into favor again, the silk
crepe antl crept- de chine. In tlu*
lighter wi-iglit it is especially will
adapted for summer gowns aad
can be tlrapcd into soft folds
and lines that art* so essential to
lhe present style of dress. It is
a fabric that might be laid to be
suitable for any sort of trimming
ind on which embroidery or lace
shows to grcat advantage. It also
is so beautiful in itself that it
looks well without trimming, its
color and text un In ing quite
suftieiini in most instances. The
gowns that show fulness around the
waist arc easily carried out or
treated in crept* dc chine, one
charming model in a ] ���-.l��� ��� rose
pink has quite a lot of fulness
below the high Ih-Ii. The gown
in question is trimmed with a
fascinating fichu of tin* finest
net and lace, finished in front with
B sofi knot. The fichu falls over
the wide high lielt of deep rose
pink satin, on which are rhinc-
stone l.tin.iii-. It is a gown that
can be worn in the pfternoon or
evening, but if worn In'the daytime should have a transparent
vol.   of the finest nt i obtainable.
Swiss Steak
One and a half (Kiurds of l*ccf.
a small cup of llmir. The bief
may Ik* cut from the round or
any oilier portion, bin better Ik-
in ore or two slices -steak form.
Add   pepper   and   salt   to  meat,
then place on a board and pound
into it with a thir.i plate a small
cup of flour. Render in a sikillet
a few small pieces of suet cut
from lhe meat, and when smoking
hot lay the beef in the pan and
brown both sides quickly. Pour
two cups of boiling water over the
steak, cover with a pan, and cook
slowly for one hour. No matter
how tough or coarse the meat is,
ihe result will be the most tender
steak, with a delicious brown
gravy.
Receive on Friday
Mrs. R. ('. Bower will receive
on Friday afternoon, August 11,
and i-fttt wards the first Wednesday
in every month.
CURE| FOR BLACKHEADS
Don't Imagine You Can  "Kill'
Them.   They are not Alive
If you apply carbolic add to
the blackheads you will be sorry
just once, and that will be always.
It would bum the skin. Mark-
heads arc not "live" things, so
you cannot speak of "killing"
them; they are merely dirt in the
pores of thc skin. Wash wiih
warm, soft water, and rub well
with complexion brush if necessary,
Pat dry, and then dab on a little
cologne water or dilute alcohol
to contract tht* pores. Follow
by an application of cold cream
to soothe tht* skin after this
heroic treatment. Keep on hand
a lotion made of boracic acid, 1
drachm; alcohol, 1 ounce; rose
water, 2 ounces. .Apply daily
but this will not take the place
of wiihings; it is merely an aid.
NATURES  RESTORER
Twenty-four Hours' Sleep Equals One Week's Holiday
A physician who holds a high
place in Knglish medical circles
says that if you want to obtain
complete rest and recu|>eratioi
equal to a week's vacation in
minimum time, sleep the dock
round twice.
"To spend twenty-four hours
in bed," he said to a friend, "instead of rushing away for ;>. few-
hours' change of scene, when you
arc run down physirially ard
mentally, is worth a Week's holiday. The night In fore having
gone to the theatre to lake the
mind off worrk sn-d havirg supped
wisely and well. ins. ructions should
Ik- given   that   the  morning  call
shall be omitted.
"Then sleep. On waking turn
over and sleep .'i-.*ii>. On waking
again lake some hot milk. Drink
il and sleep again and keep on
sleeping. Have nothing more substantial in the intervals than soup.
"Do not read. Keep thc eyes
shut constantly. Have a warm
Iwth in thc evening and sleep
again.
"When you are tired of sleeping
sleep again for the night. Nothing
clams the nerves more than resting
the eyes."
Never  press a  fur-lined  coat.
11 will ruin the skins.
.-   -:���
When making underclothes by
machine it somesiimes hap|K-ns
that they get oil-stained. The
stains should Im- taken out with
ammonia before the garments art-
sent lo lhc laundry.
Creamery Butter
that is Positively Pure.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cuilaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
Thlnl Av... net 6th SI.
I'hone IK)
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., use
Robin Hood Hour
Kour Dealer Has It
tFRED. STORK t
I -General Hardware- - 1
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T Builders' Hardware I
* Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
.,        Graniteware       Tinware        ��>
., SECOND - AVENUE .,
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
l I.FRED CARSS,        C V. BENNETT, B.A.
of llrltl.h Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Saa-
tuid Manitoba Ban. katchewan  and Al
bert* lUr..
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
ODc-Exchang*. block, comer Third .venue and
Sixth .treat. Prince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All d.ntal operation, .kllfully treated. Gu and
local .naathetic. admlni.tet-ed for the palnle.. extraction of teeth. Con.ultation free. Olllce.:
HclKcrton Block. Pnnca Rupert. 11-12
Al.x.M.U.nMn B.A..     W. E. William*. 11. a., 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
r. o. box at
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ri'lll. or WM.  rOXON, ESQ., A.*.A.U.,*I.ON., aWO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone 318.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUOOIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER * EMBALMER
stock nmriiii: rnoNK 62
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ITEMS   OF . .
SPORTJ
���*MI->l***.M*fca.*fc..*��^.**>ll***MI^.I*��***t.*%.l
Hack Spencer, the large catcher,
formerly with St. Paul, will join
the Philadelphia national league
at once. The deal was consummated yesterday, Philadelphia pay
Ing 12,000 for Spencer's release.
Groege Ellis, the sepcial representative of tin* Winnipeg Free
Press, who is beating his way to
Prince Ruperl on o motorcycle, is
progressing well on his journcj
west, The run from Brandon
lo Moosoomin, Sask., was made
in I) hours, and the machine and
rider were both in good condition.
to   xi   to
Penisa Maid, R, J. Mackenzie's
free-for-all trotter, with a record
of 2.04 1-4, is dead. The cause of
her death has not been definitely
determined. She was purchased
by Mr. Mackenzie in 1910 from
M. D. Shun of Roch Rapids,
Iowa, for 125,000.
tl    Id     mt
Breeders and owners of thoroughbreds entered In the 1911
Futurity have been officially notified by the Coney Island Jockey
Club that in consequence of the
existing laws there will be no
fall meeting on thc club course
and that, then fore, the famous
futurity has been declared off.
Seventy-two horses were still in
the stake, which would have been
worth about 825,000. Whether
there will ever again be another
futurity depends upon legislation,
according to the jockey club's
Secretary.
to   to   ti
President Kninielt Qiiinn of the
National Hockey association stated
thai he had every reason to believi
that there would be a big exodus
of eastern hockey stars to the west
in the fall. He dontemplates no
radical change in the N. H. A.,
but believes that Lester Patrick's
new hockey league will lure many
good players to the coast, ilitis
repeating the history of the Vancouver lacrosse boom. He shares
the general belief lhat the N. II. A.
may have to boost its salary liinii
in order to hold iis men.
to   xi   to
Tom Flanagan refines the despatch which came from England
to ilu* effect thai John Flanagan,
his brother, the world's champion
with the weights, was beaten at
the British championships. John
Flanagan has not been out of
Ireland since he left America almost a year ago. He will compete
shortly in Scotland, and will represent the l'nited States al the
Olympic games in Sweden.
ti   ti   to
J.ick Johnson is making ?2,.r>00
a week playing in the London
music halls. He works in his
boxing and monologue sketch in
four different halls each night,
going from one to another in his
racing car. The champion has
���rcn in.iiched to light Bombardier
Wells.  Wells has been guaranteed
$2(1,0(10 for the match, which will
take place in London. Johnson
is ready to fight any eligible
candidate for his title, and cares
not when, where, or who the
irom.iter may be. If Hugh Mcintosh offers Johnson any matches
rge guarantees will have lo be
Included in ihe articles.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thni'siluys  anil  Sundays
pitt 8 ii.m.     Special   fan-  on  Sunday
���lnint,   19.60  return   including  nieiils
snd berth.
������. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson,    Kuan   River,    Masset,     Nudcn
Harbor, Wednesdays, l.oo p.m.
and for!
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wed
nesdnys und Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays    and     Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thu Pacific
coast operates u frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
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 AND PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coait Service
Famous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, August   14th, 9 a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
.   .  .  FOR a  a  a
HAZELTON
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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w. j. McCutcheon
Carrion compl-M* stock of Drtiir*.   -:' - * ���-������
attention pa;.I tu filling pr-racrinUona.
Theatre Block Pwmw no. tv Second Ave.
NEW WEIIJNGTON COAL
I.IME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, IILACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Aviv, next to old ofllc* of Optlmlat. m>II only
STOKES* ICE CREAM
Boat m-ide in Srnttl*.   Fruit anil Candy, whiilia-
aale and Retail. Look for llaah aim. at nluht
sam cowen. Proprietor ri,.m.- .c��.
Lamp  chimneys  rubbed   with
���alt after washing have a surprising
brilliancy.
to   ti   ti
Did   you   ever   try  darkening
mahogany or any other colored
wood with cold drawn linseed oil?
It can lie done.
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. T. anafrr AKrnla
Order* promptly MM.    I'rtr** rra*onabl��.
OFFICE-II. R. H.. I,..i.-r. .-.,*-.;     Phon* ia.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in Ihe Helgerson Olock
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in lhe city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. 0.
If.  II. MORTON, Sec.
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INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sella Contracts
Hc has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, (.ravel and Marble Deposits
List Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
^!Ui8.^.e!^^IHSi
LCa^S��^3:3.^S:5.S:S| THE   DAILY NEWS
MUST FORK OUT
SECOND $200
Josephine Reda of Klondyke
Hotel Found Guilty Today of
Running a Blind Pig.
C. M. HAYS HERE
IN TEN DAYS
Josephine Re
the   Klondyke
yesterday  fined
an linli.in haw
.la���proprietrix of
Hotel who was
1200 for letting
i bottle of whisky,
Wiis   itit
ti   blind
guilts .".'(
i\  charged witn running
pig.    She   was   found
fined ;. second 1200.
A number of witnesses wen* to
have appeared on her behalf all
with the Bame story that they had
clubbed together to buy a barn 1
of beer and a bottle or two ol
whisky. Chief Vickers who discovered *. team load of ingeniously
(���limit laed liquor and empty bot-
tl.-s in the place, knew better,
and Magistrate McMullin soon
sized up ih.' worth of the evidence.
Accused appeared before M;'g-
istrau* McMullin wearing a tight
grey suit with mouse-colored velvi I
trimming upon the collar and a
lofty turban toque to match trimmed with black veiling, a large
aigrette and diamond buckle b. Sh
gasped when she heard slu* had to
find :i second $200 and hinted that
heaven alone knew where she was
in discover the muniy.
Sin* was allowed an hour < >r
two. to approach her source of
informal ion and product SJll-'
her fine and costs ur choose the
alternative of a three months
holiday at New Westminster.
Will Probably Arrive by the
Prince George a Week from
Saturday.
"You may expect Mr. ('. M.
Hays to arrive in I'rince Rupert
according to his promice madi
during hi-- last visit, in about ten
days. I understand that it is his
intention to be here about that
time," said Mr. \Y. II. Dempster
to the Daily News this morning
on his arrival by the Prime Rupert,
Mr. W. P. Hinton and most of
the other leading men of the
G. T. P. will accompany Mr.
Hays who will arrive by the
Prince George on the moming of
Saturday the l'.'th inst., when
the   Railway   Commissioners  sit
lure in the court rntun.
"The News* Classified Ads.      Empress
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
THEY
End Will be Soon
If you have nol yet taken advantage of I". W.  Hart's grand
salt "f furniture it would be well
to .In so at once, as it will Bex>n
��� I  and afterwards you will be
disappointed for depriving yourself
of such great values in thing*, you
need for your home.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone 4.
HAD LIVELY
BALL GAME
Royal Blues Scored over Quill-
drivers after Keenest Struggle
Yet Seen.   Score 18 32.
I.iist night's indoor baseball
,,'mi between the Quilldriversand
the Royal Blues was certainly ;.
crackerjack.    Royals won 18-32.1
Nothing could have been finer
than the last  three innings when1
with a splendid spurt the Quills
i  ���
wrote   down   13   runs  on   their
-curt   sheet.    Keeping  up  their
game the Royals made 16 in the
same time made up iheir winning
balance.
Umpires Sloan and  Dunn did
excellent   work.    There was  the
best   of   good   feeling   throughout
the match which was witnessed
by ;i number >.f live and popular.
girls. Audiences continue to swell
in number which is all the better
for the coming Outdoor Ball Park
Fund.
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policial Prepared While You Wait,
WILL
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REPAY   A   OAREFUL   LOOKING   OVEK-
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
-Houaei and Rentals.
For Rent
��� i
Furniahed roomi with bath.    Ip
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Neatly Furnlahed roomi, aTentlem.
Apply Mra. Mullin. over M . ���   *
���ciul rule, by
K.'.-tf
i ..referred.-
Thealrc.     tf
Large   well   furnlahed   room,   prints   family.
Splendid view  of  harlair.      (JenlL'tnen  only. ,
Apply P.O. Box 1519. IS4*tf
Mclntyre   Hall,   for concert*,   entertainment*. |
dances, etc.   Apply J. H. h.,ger*. phon. 116.
Mice Furnished Rooms.
ZBIock; Third Ave.
Oreeawood. Alder
i:-if
Help Wanted
TO-NIGHT!
Cleveland's Musical Comedy Go,
30
mrm��r^r\rm*^��*mm**^**^**��m��msrm*r>/^****r\*
New Goods  for
your Toilet Table
Some of the leading
wholesale druggists
have just sent us some
new perfumes, preparations and toilet
necessities    :        :   :
We cam-only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department is a specialty
j    C. H. Orme
I        "THE PIONEER DRUGGIST"
t   Second Ave.        Phone No. 82
(���MVWVWWMVWMV^WWV^IM*
> Wanted-Good sited boy to help in kitchen and
j make himself generally u��*f ul. Apply Jnni'*;
[     It.itel. 'in! Ave., corner of -'. n Sir* - ��� if
! Scotch Woman wants work, houaccleanlna*. waah-
I    Ins or fancy ironing.    Work taken home If
1    desired.    Apply Apartment H.iuie, 1st Ave.
and McBride 1T6-1SI
Wanted���Man to operate Soda Fountain.
1    Oi in.' - Drug Slure. Second Ave.
Apply
l:-tf
���in1 air*
I	
For Sale
1
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
HEAVILY FINED
FOR OFFENCE
PEOPLE
,\..\\A\.\2s..:,2.2\\ty.''
$ *jl t$ 1$ Ji itf u\. A lA, J.
JQmfiflnnBJQl
K-./t.AjVJJl/'J
iV-A-jltC-l
no
30
"THE GOOD SHIP NANCY LEE'
A Musical Voyage in
Two Sails
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION
GORGEOUS COSTUMES AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
50c, 75c and $1.00 Seat sale opens Thursday
For Sale���Chicken Ranch. "1 Storey house, houae.
hold goods. Near Prince Itupert. A snap if
taken at onct.   Address B,.\ *.*'.*, tf
For Sale-Owner will Mil four g.a.l lots N..��. ��1.
24. It and 2d. Block tt. Section .'.. Taylor street.
all* 41 x 2& x lm. at f?(*n earh. on reasonable
terms.   Apply Box 1*99. I- u.. Prince Rupert.
IT.-I-J
Mrs. Josephine Reda Paid $200
Yesterday  for  Having  Sup-!
plied an Indian with Whisky!
and   Now   Faces   Blind   Pig;
Charge. ,g
\m
.llison, the Indian win
Insurance
3 insurance ���.
m* was I
{ jave
s:;
Harry (
found drunk the oilier day, i
informaiion   to   the   police Xi
yesterday which resiilnd in ih.- hi
summary conviction of Josephine
OUR Companl** ar* noted for prompt and just pi ,,( .1. 1*1 .���,|.l.1. ||,,;,.| f,,r
settlements. W* write eiery known class of Kl'll.l ol lilt* l\|i >l'll\ kl IK.ill llll
Insurwce. Th.MackRe.lt,and Insurance Co.   |,avi|,..   a.up|)|i,.,|   |,jm   Willi   li(|Uor
**~*^.*~-a*.*^.*���~.*~--*a*���^~~-* The charge w.is laid l.y Sergeant
In.- *-ai ! I Phillinst.il.  She was fined $200 in
nlHinil
I
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I
I
_ 1      Dusin
ll.l.ll l*|      .-���(.*,.....              -a	
-���������^.~~* The eliarge w.is laid l.y Si ri
j I'liillipsot'.  sin w.'s fined S'J
inces     J '
1 tin* .'fteriKMUi.
 -^.^4 ,._.,_.,.._ :..  .  ,,
1
GROUND
Chances
FOLLIES OF 1911
A furiher charge ag
. Good money In Moving I'lct-Ji-ea.     Want*d-A    _,���_;__   ..   IJi,,,!   ,.;���    ....... nl
I     party to start moving picture .how  in  Princ*   rUlllling   .1   llllllll   pig   V.'-HI
Hui**rt    Writem* for particular*.    II. Davis.
Watertown. Wis. IST-wl
II si   lur 0
NOT ICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
is fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
All delegates  throughout the  constituency will   please  endeavor to be
present
BUSINESS-Selection of a candidate to contest  seat  in Dominion Parliament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)       h. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
Notice to Liberals
A general meeting of the Liberals of Prince Rupert
will he held in the
McINTYRE HALL, 3rd AVENUE
on the evening of
THURSDAY, AUG. 10th
nt H o'clock, for Ihe purpose of electing delegates to a Convention to
In* held at Nanaimo on Saturday, Aug. l'.Hh
THIS   MEETI.Nii   IS   MIT CONFINED   TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
RUT IS OPEN TO  MJ   LIBERALS
P. W. ANDERSON, Secy.
Musical Comedy at the Empress
Proved to be Great Fun Maker.
A large aueiience filled the Empress Theatre last night to enjoy
the musical satire "The Follies
of 1911." The -cine i- laid "down
below."    TIkii   docs   nol   mean
NEW HALL FOR
THE KIRK
Presbyterians will Erect Building on Fourth Avenue for
Social Gatherings, etc.
lodged as a result  of the p
visit   to  her  premises.    Quite  a
large quantity of whisky, and other
intoxicating liquor in bottles sim-
il.ir io ih.ii found upon the Indian
wa.. discovered in thc place?   The
woman faced ihe second charge
this forenoon.
one,   ftj
nlllV   gt
I
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
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Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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SUPERB FUR CATCH
On Fourth avenue just above I
McBride sir.>i the Presbyterians
$50
Vancouver.   For a couple of hours will erect a large hall for social
the audience enjoyed the fun of and church purposes,   work on it
-icing Jack Wcstcrman acting the ��'��������� Commence Bt once.   Two large
part of deputy Satanic Majesty.Irooms will Ih* specially
meting out favors to his earthlyIat the rear of the building to ae>
the
tin
friends. The scene in Hades
cleverly staged, credit for
electrical effects In inn due
local firm of Parkin & Ward,
There were lots of good song-..
by Josephine Gerrish, Drena Mack.
Jack Westerman and Harry Harry
Cleveland, the letter's "Chink ..(
the Miser's Cold" and Wester-
man's "Black Salome" lieing es-
pccially good . The chorus "Havi
;i Drink" by the male quaitel   wa-
so good that i. had to be repeated
The show was thoroughly enjoyed
by i'll present.
was commodate Rev, Mr. Kirr
The plan- have
by   Mr.   W.   I..
building   will   not
Sunday servia s.
iCanadian Press Despatdh)
Edmcmton, Aug. 9.���In the fur
I catch jusl brought down from the
far north by Colin Fraser and Be n
Hurrsel. two veiirnn independent
fund up . , ,'      ,
fur traders, there are no liss than
J"'.i7 skins with a loud valuation of
about 125.000.
Ik-cii prepared
Barker.    The
Ik-   used   for
oxnooomKKXxxxxx-oocxxxxxx
LIBERAL RALLY
GREAT   ATTRACTION
Event on Third Avenue is Accomplishing End
Win n it became generally known
of thc attractive bargains in furniture .mil home furnishings being
wise people
Meeting   to   Select   Delegates
Called for Thursday Evening
j offend by C. I). Tile
I reeding  llic**e goods  look  ail van
j u.gi of tin opportunity to furnish
tin ir homes, The last few days
of ihi great sale arc now Oil and
.1  careful   study  of  the  values
listed in Mr. Tite's advertisement
oil another page of this paper are
worth your attention.
On Thursday al s.:i(�� p.m. ..
nu (ting of the Liberals in thi*.
dty will be held in the Mi In yn*
Hall for the purpose <>f s,*lei ing
delegates for the cemvertiem to
choose ii candidate to represent
the constituency in tin Domirlon
House. All Liberals an* invited
i". I..* present.
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in lima in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Tim* :
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the C.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
Cash will handle a nice lot in
Section 7. Price $325. Balance
monthly.
I nf C ������'��� ;""' ���''��� ���>1"lk ������'���'��� Sc^ion 7,
LiUld    ngaaah.   $150 cash, balance
Easy
Nice
$275 each.
easy.
LoU on Summit Avenue at $500.
terms.
Apartment for rent, $20 a month
view.
For Fire. Life and Accident Insurance
sec me.
Lota in Fort George at $1.00 cash and
$10 a month.     For free maps
and information see me. Now
is the time to buy lots in Fort
George.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONG 82
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
7th and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Mart  Block        I        :
John Kadakas
Third Avenue       Bet. 7th and 8th Sts.
New Empress
A ni w brand of coffee is the
I'.nipr. --. It is the best on the
market, Try It. Ideal Provision
House. Phon.   Hill.
Mussallem & Company
..Good Freah   Groceries al Cily Prices.
The  Mayor has promised  to
wire as soon as lie has come to
an arrangement with Premier Mcllride on the subject of the G. T. P.
assetsmi m settlements
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Class Goods only.
Give us your next order for a
  trial. 	
Mussallem & Company
TO WATER USERS.
On account of the scarcity of water
the supply will be cut off between the
hours of i) p.m. and 5 a.m. during the
dry weather.
WM. MAHLON DAVIS.
177-tf Supt. Waterworks.
rtion* 22C Black
You   can't   imagine   an   enterprising store being a laggard, or
MhA��*..E��t oi^MeBrid.1 unenterprising advertiser,can you?
Notice.
Th. firm known aa Director Cohen & CompuT
hav��thls day Auk. 4th. 1911. .Iiaw.lv.al iirtnn*
ship. All liabilities up to thi. .late .nil I* : "'TO
responsible.   All outstanding- account. diotiU 1*
id lo I. Director or 11. B. Cohen.
>at*d Auuust Ith. I-***"
I'*
i'n
inxxxunrntKeia
FOR LEASE j
on Third Av.nu. and Ninth Stmt.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Limited.
s-RtKititHm-oax
PIANOFORTE LEaSSONS
For Beginners and Advanced l'upil��
Miss Vera Greenwood
Tupll of Fram Wilcick. Paris anil Berlin*
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstain
imm��J����OtK����MXX����!!!I"��!-
FOR  RENT
Stcr. Bulldlna* on M
Seventh Street.
Low Item.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd. j
WIXIOMlWKHKiraKKaXttKHXKXW
^yyy^y^y^^a^aAlaVrVtM*
William - Grant
Plumber.  Stesmfitl"
and Sanitary Engineer
Has left Us old stand In thetaw*
ment of the Helgerson bloc"
and is now on
THIRD AVENUE
Opposite  the   Telephone  Office
PHONE 854
���o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o
o We beg to announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenue 5
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Q  r "T?? ?lG WRMTURE STORE"
*   tor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.    Phone 62.
For the next two weeks we will occupy the entire Hart Block and durint? that time we shall offer some Great Values in Furniture and Home Furnishings	
GRAND 15 DAYS SALE OF FURNITURE
Carnets.   Curtain*:     Dranpfv   anil    Sl-nvpc We carrry a full line of Carpet, Linoleums, Crockery, Couches,
���carpeig,   -CUnainS,   Urapery   ana    OlOVeS. Glassware,   Table  Cutlery,   Baby   Carriages, etc.,  etc.,  etc.
F. W. HART
    Watch Our Show Windows for J
.w.   ...������... m  m        ���� m      at &drii\ i Startling Values. J
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