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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
July 26.
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VOI, II, NO. 167
The Daily News
NEXT MAILS
FOR SOUTH
Prii.",* 'upert Friday, 8 a.m.
>g     For North
Princt*V tay Mondny
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wedne.say, July 26, 1911
L ELECTH
Lnnl
LOCAL CONSERVATIVES
ELECT MIR DELEGATES
Are Preparing to Elect a Candidate to Contest Comox-
Atlin���Held Secret Meeting in Maclntyre
Hall Laat Night���McBride may
be Asked to Run.
Prince Rupert Conservatives met
in strength at the Mclntyre Hull
last night to choose delegates on
idiom will lie laid thc respon
libility as far as the city C<m-
ervadves arc concerned of sc-
ecting the Conservative candi-
iatc f��>r the forthcoming election.
I'lie following are the delegates
'���liiiM-n with the liunilior of votes
Mih man had to his credit at last
night's ballot:
Win. Manson M
Frank Cullin
0, II. Nelson
M. M. Stephens
Dr. Mclntyre
P. P
J. K. Mcrryfield
I.. Crippen
(I. Hi-sner
A. Carss
VV. I-'.. Fisher
VV. J. Quintan
J.G.Scott
VV. B. Clayton
S. M. Newton
138
131
125
122
11 Hi
98
08
84
80
80
08
51
48
47
On Thursday night these delegates will meet nnd win for with
the delegates from the other districts of this northern portion of
the consiliucrcy to conn* to a
decision regarding their candidate.
The meeting will be held in the
office of Mr. W. E. l-"isher.
Rumors are living very thick as
to the identity of tin- Conservative
candidate for Comox-Atlin. One
prominent Conservative today staled thai if Duncan Ross were nominated hy lhe I.ihcrals ihat strong
efforts would be made bo Induce
Premier McBride to oppose him.
Premier Mi-Bride's ambition to
enter the Federal arena is thacn
for granted. It is doubtless fell
thai the only hope of success
rested in securing a candidate of
exceptional strength. But whether
Mr. McBride would risk lhe security of his premiership and take
chances of lieing an "also ran" is
nother question.
BRITISH NAVY
CALL TO ARMS
Atlantic Fleet Cancels Norway
Trip���Crews Recalled- Troubles over Moroccan Question.
(Canadian l'n-ss Despatch)
London, July 28.���That the Moroccan difficulty is becoming acute
is indicated in a sudden order
issued by the Admiralty today
cancelling the projected visit of
the Atlantic ffeet to Norway.
It is reported that crews of
several ships in the home fleet
have been ordered to hold themselves ready for active service.
NEW LADIES   STORE
Mrs.
Walters Has Opened One
in Hazelton
IRISING AMONG
NATIVE BLACKS
M. S. Prometheus Lands a
Party of Blue Jackets on the
New Hebrides.
(Canadian Press Des|wtch)
Victoria, July 20.���News of an
jnilbreak of murders by the blacks
ilu- New Hebrides has liecii
Iti'iihIu by the steamer Zeal-
Widia which arrived here lasi
Plight. Alexander Janaen i e trader
I'i   South   Santo,   was   reported
killed following a quarrel with a
stive woman.
II. M. S Prometheus landed nn
i'tniiil   pany   to   ���***   thc  mur-
liliri-ra. without effecting a capture.
Fought a Draw
s"r.mu-iito, July 20.-(S|>ecial)
Monte Atiell and Jimmle Reagan
Nought twenty rounds to n draw
I here last night.
VANCOUVER MAN
COMMITS SUICIDE
His Name was Robb Leaped
into the Sea While on Way
Across the Pacific.
(Canadian Pri ss I )espatch)
Victoria, July 20.���The steamer
Zcalandia which arrived here I. si |
night from Australia reported that
when one day mil   from Suva a
ram named Robb of Vancouver)
who  wns  Ining  deported   from
Australia   in  charge  of  a  kit |K-r
juni|Hil overboard and waa drown
cd.   The Imdy was recovered and
buried at  sea,    Robb bad de
velopcd a suicidal mania.
With several hundred dollars'
worth of millinery, dress goods
and ladies' and childrens' wear.
Mrs. A. J. Walters of Hazelton,
arrived from ihe south this morning on the S.S. Pri.ice Rii|H*rt en
route to Haielton where she has
opened a first class store.
Mrs. Walters is taking with
her Mrs. Lena Wagner from Seattle
io manage the millinery department of the store.
Shipping Intelligence
Digby Island reported the Civic
SuifT yacht passed outward bound
ihis morning in tow. A brisk
eaaterly wind was blowing at the
time but the vessel was going
strung when she passed and il
looked as if she would make the
trip all right.
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| BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Vancouver 0, Portland 2.
Spokane 2, Tacoma 0,
Victoria 6, Seattle 5.
National League
Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 0?
Cincinnati 3, New York 1.
American League
Detroit 5, Washington 2.
Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 4.
Boston 4, Chicago 1.
New York 3, St. Louis 2.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 4, Sacramento 2.
Oakland 5, San Francisco 4.
GREAT GALE ON
ST. LAWRENCE
Thousand Islands District Suffers Great Loss and Many
Boats are Missing.
Still Miss the Meat
Although some meat was landed
by the Princess Royal yesterday,
and a further Consignment came
off the Rupert today, there is
still a scarcity of butcher meat
in the city. By the City of
Seattle last night an abundant
consignment of fresh fruit and
vegetables wns brought, but there
is still an undue prominence on
the city's menu of the humble,
handy, bean. Fish is of course
plentiful, thanks to Prince Rupert's proximity to the fishing
banks.
(Canadian Press I lespaleh)
Thousand Island Park, N. Y.,
July 20.���Several lives are believed
to be lost and many thousand
dollars worth of property destroyed by a terrific wind storm
which has been seweping the St.
Lawrence River since last night.
A gale of seventy miles an hour
is still blowing and a score of
boats are missing. Crave fears
are entertained for ihe safety of
a number of the holiday-seekers.
TWO OFFICERS RESIGN
Police Constables Mansell and
Miller Left the Force this
Morning.
VANCOUVER LOSES SUIT
OVER DEADMANS ISLAND
Must Turn Property Over to Lawful Owners, Pay all
Costs and Run Risk of Succession of Damage and Loss Actions���Property was
Worth $300,000 Two Years
Ago.
it is expected that suits for dam-
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE. Second Ave.-
May Roberts & Co. in "The Mar*
iage of Kitty." Curtain rises at 9
sharp.
Chief Vickers stated today that
two of his officers, viz., Constables
Mansell and Miller had resigned
iheir positions. Both men were
efficient officers, and rendered excellent service at the lime of the
strike riot. Mr. Mansell who has
a good many more years in front
of him than behind him may
revive a former association with
newspaper work in the south. He
has of late expressed his intention
of doing so.' It is hoped that
"Jerry"' Miller will remain in
Rupert as if he adheres to his
intention to take up his own
business as lineman down below
his loss will be felt by the Baseball
League.
HAD GOOD VOYAGE
S.S. Prince Rupert Brought 130
Passengers
Afier a fine voyage lhe S.S.
Prince Rupert docked this morning with about 130 passengers
and several hundred tons of freight.
ICRISIS AT WESTMINISTER
ISJTILL CONTINUED
Mr* F.  E. Smith, a  Prominent Unionist, Leaves the
Balfourites and Joins the Insurgents-Efforts
Made to have Balfour Superseded
by Austen Chamberlain.
A similar effort is being made in
thc House of Loidl among the
Insurgent Peers to have Lord
Lansdowne dethroned in favor of
GOVERNMENT DECIDES
TO HOLD AN ELECTION
Decision Arrived at Last Night After Caucus  Meeting of Both
Parties���Conservatives Decide to Continue Obstruction-
Government Will Continue Debate for a Few Days
to Show ihat Election is Inevitable���Dissolution Fixed in Two Weeks Time and
Election at End of September
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 20.���The long
drawn out suit law between the
city of Vancouver and Theodore
Ludgate over the possession of
land on Ik-adman's Island has
been decided in favor of Ludgate
by the Privy Council of the
British Empire. That was announced in a cable received this
morning from London.
The cr.se before the Privy Council was an appeal by the city
against a judgment of the British
Columbia Court of Appeals which
had previously decided in Lud-
gate's favor. Thc cost of ihe
present appeal, amounting to
about 520,000 is lo be adtled to
the cosis of the lower courts and
be paid by the city.
The property at stake was offered io thc ctiy two yiars ago
for $3110,000. It is now worth
much more. In addition to ilu*
costs which   the cilv  must   bear,
ages and losses will be filed against
the city by the lawful owners
who hrd been refused possession of
the Island.
FIRE AT GRAND FORKS
Business Section Suffers a Loss
of $100,000 Early this Morning
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Grand Forks, B. C, July 20.���
Fire this morning wiped out the
business portion of this town involving a loss of estimated at
$100,000. The fire is still raging
ut is now under control.
P.R. Indoor Baseball League
Quill Drivers vs. Comets at the
Auditorium Thursday evening,
July 27th. Game called at 8.45
sharp. Admission 25c. Skating
after the game.
BOBBY LEACH
DID THE TRICK
Went over Niagara Falls in
Steel  Barrel   Yesterday
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, July 26.���The consti-
Itatlonol  crisis in   the   House  of
('"""*is is no nearer settlement
Wa) than yesterday.   Thc House
��� '���'ih divided with the Con-
Mrv.*iivcs and Lilieral Unionists
""���tUnilng to obstruct the work
"' ''"' House. A notable incident
""""til thi,, mornjnR -gf,.*-*-,   m,.
1 Smith, K. C, uu- I ;di g
wker among the Unionists ard
''"'."��� i-iosc who l,d n yaster-
*V ��� turmoil went overcr.d rargod
^���fwHjngthelrsuimnt'Unlor.-
i-'
ri-" present crisis is Inirg utilis-
''>' the malcontei i   eletnei l
""'K the Unionists to resit**, the
5, ,pu ,0 ,mvc  Mr   Bt-lfour
""���Placed by Austen Chaml-crlain
"s leader  of
���l��tnents,
the   Conservative
the EaH of Sellmrne.
A PIONEER GONE
John T. Olsen Dies at Portage
la Prairie Old Hudson s Bay
Man.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Portage la Prairie. July 20.���
Jo> ,1 T. Olscn, one of lhc oldest
pio icers in Western Canada whose
life was closely interwoven with
the early history of the Hudson's
Bay Company in its far north
pOStSdied today, aged 05.
Vantorlum Plonier Cleaner*. 'Phone 4
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa. July 20.���There will be
general  election  within   two
months.    This was made certain
lasi night when the Government
held a caucus and decided definitely lo place their political
future in the hands of the electors
of the whole Dominion of Canada.
Obstruction to Continue
Both parties held caucuses last
night. The first was the Conservative. There the whole situation was reviewed on private by
various speakers, and a decision
was   come   to   to   continue   the
policy of obstruction until the
Government dropped lhe reciprocity measure.
Liberals then Met
After  hearing   the  decision   of
the Opposition, the Liberals then
met in private and determined to
continue to press the measure in
Parliament for a little while longer
in order to make it clear to Unpeople of Canada, that the country
is being tied up by a minority
in the House and that a general
election is necessary if the affairs
of tlu* country are to be proceeded
with.
Dissolve in Two Weeks
Parliament will probably be dissolved within two weeks, and the
election date will be fixed as soon
after as il is possible to have the
voters' lists prepared. The date
of   the   election   cannot    yet   be
definitely fixed, but it will probably
be in the last week of September
or the first week of October.
Government Confident
The Government arc confident
that they will sweep the country,
and vindicate the right of the
majority to rule the country,
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Niagara Falls, July 20.���Out-
Witting lhe police at last Bobby
Leach, the veteran navigator of
the whirlpool rapids, went over
lhe Horseshoe Falls yesterday afternoon in a steel barrel. The end
was knocked off the barrel, and
Leach sustained a broken leg.
Otherwise he was not injured though he had a narrow escape from
losing his life.
BROKE INTO
ACME STORE
Cleverly Removed Window Pane
and Rifled Till. Rewarded by
$1.75 all in Nickles. Police
Sleuths on the Track.
Pope is  III
Rome, July 20-(Special)���The
condition of the Pope who is
suffering from a core throat is
less satisfactory today. The general symptoms is it said arc not
alarming, but the Vatican doctors
arc taking every precaution to
protect their distinguished patient,.
In the small hours last night
some one managed adroitly to
enter the premises of the Acme
Clothing Company on Second avenue. The entire pane of glass in
a window on ihe ground floor
at the back of the store was removal and placed carefully on
one side while the burglar slipped
into the front store and rifled the
till.
A sum of one dollar and seventy-
five cents all in nickles rewarded
the enterprise. The burglary was
discovered by lhc manager this
morning, ar.d thc police are investigating the matter. It is
suspected that thc thiefl was the
work of mischievous lioys rather
than   of  serious   burglars.
FIRST GAME OF RUPERT'S
FIRST BASEBALL LEAGUE
Royal Blues Scored Over Brotherhood after Spirited
Struggle���Wildest Enthusiasm but Best
of Good Humor���Match was a
Lively Success.
FIRST CHINESE WOMAN REACHES RUPERT
She is Mrs. M. B. Quen, Wife of the Manager of the King Tai Co.
Three Children She Left Canton a Month Ago���Likes
Canadian Ways.
eagle for Vancouver. The father
and husband was there lo meet
his loved ones whom he had
not seen for ten years. After a
few days' stay with relations in
Vancouver Mr. Quen brought his
family here with the exception
of the eldest boy who will go lo
school in Vancouver.
Though the new arrivals cannot
speak a word of English, they
have   told   Mr.   Quen   they   are
c.arbed in pretty Oriental clothes
the first Chinese woman lo re.irli
the city, arrived in Prince Rupert today,   sin- is the wife "f
M. B. Quen, manager of King
Tai and Company. Being a naturalized Canadian Mr. Quen made
application to the Dominion Gov*-
imment for a permit to allow
his wife to come, The permit was
granted. A month ago Mrs. Quen
her two Ixiys and one girl left
Canton, China, on the S.S. Mont-
With Her
the ways of the country.
Mrs. Quen and her two children
aroused a good deal of interest
coining up on the S.S. Prince
Rupert.
They will live in rooms over
King Tai and Company's store,
Fulton si reel.
In spite of such potent counter
ittractions as a real theatre show,
and i'li Important meeting of Conservatives down town lasi night,
the   first   match   of   the    Prir.ce
Rupert Indoor League, Brotherhood  vs.   Royal   Blue   Ribbons
attracted a splendid audience. The
game   resulted   in   a  win   for  the
Royal Hlues 36 to 18. Excitement ran tremendously high
throughout a keenly contested
struggle for supremacy. Rooters
yelled themselves hoarse, ; ' d
lhe gallery "Crand Stand" ; d
"Bleachers" round the rink, ...   t
[every few minutes into a peid-c.
melee of gesticulation.
Diamond Sparkled
To watch The News want ads
is to find a better furnished room
The Brotherhood boys in white
uniform arc a lighter team than
the Royal Blues whose dark uniform rather intensifies their formidable appearance. The Brotherhood team put up a magnificent
battle   against   heavy   odds,   and
finished with splendid good humor,
cheering  the victorious team en-
thuslr.sticp.lly.   Rev. VV. H. McLeod stayed  with  the game all
iliri.ugh i-'id encouraged his own
side with the spirit of an athlete.
Umpires had Hard Work
Umpires Sloa-i   end  Toby  had
t   StrcnilOUS   night   of   it*     With
excelled tact they ruled the in-
riiiiies   ol   the   game   smoothly
',-d  wi h   the  evident confidence
On the diamond under lhe strong 1 n"d   tpprUVtl   of   the .players,
while light, the lithe young players Amongst  the  rooters  a  stalwart
in  their uniforms looked  as live in  a  dark suit  wearing  a  black
pleased with Canadian people and (some of these days.
'a bunch as you could wish to see.
(Continued on page 4.) THE DAILY NEWS
GRAND TRUNK CO.
AND SEAL COVE
Mr. DArcy Tate Writes that
There is no Intention to Fill
up the Cove���G. T. P. Hopes
to Have a Lumber Co. There
Soon.
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by tbe Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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SEATTLE���Puget Sound News Co.
LONDON, BHOLANO-TIis Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar  por.<i'-n may locate there shortly.
Square. I and the Company suggests that
 ���    [ the City should do something to
Daily Edition.                  ^fS&J*           Wednesay. July 26 ���  ���       -'   ���"'���>'  lun*bcr company
 ^*Mmw^            anxious to come.
A REMINISCENCE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE ADVENTURE OF THE DEVIL'S FOOT
A letter from Mr. D'Arcy Tate
received by the dty council last
night jives the assurance that it
i- not the intention of the Grand
Trunk Pacific Company to fill
up Seal Cove. On the contrary,
it  is hoped  that a  lumber cor-
THE COAL DUTIES-AND RECIPROCITY
CHARGE AGAINST ICE
TRUST
There is a shortage of coal in Saskatchewan and Alberia at present
owing to the coal strike.    If the strike continues Saskatchewan and Alleged to Have Withheld Ice
Alberta will have a coal famine this wir.u-r.   And coal in winter-time from   Dealers   During   Heat
is as necessary as food. Wave.
There is a lot of coal in Pennsylvania���more in fact than the New York. July 25.���The dispeople of Pennsylvania need for themselves. They want to sell some trie! attorney and the city police
of it, in order to use the money to purchase things from other parts today 1-egan an investigation of
of the world. die Knickerbocker Ice Company,
  which does by far thc largest ice
If the people of Saskatchewan and Alberta need coal, and the business here.
people of Pennsylvania have coal to sell, why do not the people of     The charge is that the so-called
Saskatchewan and Alberta buy coal in Pennsylvania? ice  truct  has withheld  ice  from
The reason they do not buy coal from Pennsylvania is because independent dealers during the
in Canada there is a self-imposed tax on coal from Pennsylvania, recent prolonged heat   wave.    In
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate-
Holmes smiled at the com-lquarfel about money which es-
pliment. "It took two, or pos- tranged this man Mortimer, but
sibly three, handfuls before the it was supposed to be made up,
lodger came to the window- You and I afterwards met him as 1
beckoned him to c me down, did the others. He was a sly,
He dressed hurried!) and de- subtle, scheming man, and several
scended to his sitting-room. You things arose which gave me a
entered by the wind' w. There suspicion of him, but I had no
was an interview���a short one��� cause for any positive quarrel,
during which you walked up and "One day, only a couple of weeks
down the room. Then J ..-sed| ago, he came down to my cottage
out and dosed tile window, stand- and I showed him some of my
ing on the lawn out-M- smoking African curiosities. Among other
a cigar and* watching what oc-j things, I exhibited this powder,
curred. Finally, after the death [and I told him of its strange prop-
of Tregennis, you withdrew- as erties. how it stimulates those
you had come. Now. Dr. Stern- brain centres which control the
dale, how do you justify such emotion of fear, and how either
conduct, and what were the mo-' madness or death is the fate of
fives for your actions- If you the unhappy native who is sub-
prevaricate or trifle with me, I jet-ted to the ordeal by the priest
will give you my assurance that1, if his tribe. I told him also
the matter will  pas.- "tit of my how  powerless  European  science
I
hands
WILL DEVELOP
YUKON MINES
South   African   Consolidated
Gold Co. will Start $8,000,000
Company in Yukon.
any rate, i am in j
You can take what steps you like.
As I have already said, there is
no man living who can fear death
less than I do."
Holmes sat for some little time
in silence.
"What were your plans?" he
asked at last.
"1 had intended to bury myself
in Central Africa. My work there
is but half finished."
"Go and do the other half,"
said Holmes. "I, at least, am not
prepared to prevent you."
Dr. Sterndale raised his giant
figure, bowed gf-avcly, and walked
from the arbour. Holmes lit his
pipe and handed me his pouch.
"Some fumes which are not
poisonous would be a welcome
change," said he. "I think you
must agree, Watson, that it is not
ailed
(Canadian Press I), ...
London, July 25.- It is r ported
here that the Consolidated Gild
Company of South Afrii under
the advice of John Hays Hi ���*<]
have acquired a consider; | , ,,,.
tercst in Yukon fields and intendi
to float a company with . ��� .<
of $8,000,000.
MASQUERADED  AS  A  BOY
Woman Has Posed as Her Hui.
band's  Brother   for  Seven
Years.
���ngw
-       llf
hands for ever." would be to defect it.    How he|a  case  in   which   we   are  c
Our  visitor's  face had  turned took it I cannot say, for I never J upon to interfere.   Oor investiga-
ashen grey as he listened to die left  the  room,   but   there  is  no j lion has been independent, and our
words of  his accustr     Now  he doubt that it was then, while  I! action shall be so also.   You would
sat   for   some   time   in   thought | was opening cabinets and stooping not denounce the man.-' '
with his face sunk ii his hands.'. to   boxes,   that   he   managed   to j    "Certainly nol," 1 answered.
Then,   wi h   a   sudd-:    impulsive abstract some of the devil's-foot,     "I   have  never  loved,  Watson,
from his breast-pock't and threw
to prevent the people of Saskatchewan and Alberta and lhe other      Thc situation   in  the tenement jt Qn ^ ^.-^ ^jjj   ,..*,���.,, us
Canadian Provinces from buying coal across the border.
district, where the poor found it
"That    is   why    I   have   dom
almost   impossible  to  buv  small .   .,
, .       i   ���   j /     ,   .  ' it.    said he.
Fearing le>t some of their people should perish from cold in winter quantities of ice desired for their:     jt   ^,^-^j   tj,e   ijUS,  anj   faoe
This tax makes Pennsylvania coal too dear for the people of Sask.it- other words, conducted its busi-, gesturc  he pi-jc^ a photograph | root.    I  well  remember how he'but if I did, and if the woman I
chewan and Alberta to buy.    It was purposely made high, in order jness in restraint of trade. \ ,mm h|s i^^,,^. and thrtW piied me with questions as to the, loved   had  met   such   an  end,   I
amount and the time that was'might act even as our lawless
needed for its effect, but I little lion-hunter has done. Who knows?
dreamed that he could have a Well, Watson, I will not offend
personal reason for asking. your   intelligence   by   explaining
"I thought no more of the, what is obvious. The gravel upon
matter until the vicar's telegram j the window-sill was, of course, the
reached me at Plymouth. This'starting-point of my research. It
villain h.id thought that  I would i'was  unlike anything  in  the  vic-
unless coal was obtained, the Governments of Saskatchewan and humble homes, has attracted at-
Alberta on Monday asked for the removal of the tax on coal so as to: tention and spurred the authorities
enable them to buy what they needed.    The  Federal Government  to action,
is considering the request, and will likely grant it.    For lhe Federal
Government has showed frequent desire of late to repeal taxation
from the necessities of life.   They have even gone to the trouble to
combat the false arguments and the "appeals to patriotism" of those
who profit by keeping taxation on the necessities of life.
If the taxation is kept on coal, the people of Saskatchewan anil
Alberta will go short of coal this winter. If the taxation is removed
they will get all the coal they need. That is lhe effect of taxation���
to make it more difficult to get hold of the things that are taxed.
Food is just as much a necessity of life as coal. Food lhat is
taxed is subject to the same economic laws a�� coal that is taxed���i.e..
it is more difficult to procure it when it is taxed. British Columbia
cannot raise as yet all the food she needs. It is necessary for her to
purchase from her neighbors. Yet in our foolishness, we impose taxes
upon the very thing we need most. Then to cap the foolishness we
pay the tax ourselves. The only consolation is that our neighbors
are equally as foolish.
ASYLUM BURNED
AT WICHITA
of a very beautiful woman. Holmes
stoopeed over it.
"Brenda Tregennis.'' said he.
"Yes,   Brenda  Tregennis,"  repeated our visitor.     For years I i be at sea before the news couldlarage   garden.     Only   when   my
reach  me, and  that   I  should  be attention had been drawn to Dr.
Long Beach, Ca]., July
Mrs. Roy Billou is no
a "boy," after seven yei
posing as her husband's brother
during which time she worked
as a boy on Ballou's crawfish
craft. Mrs. Ballou on Monday
walked into police headquarteri
and told her story, She siid she
was being followed by .i man
she thought was a detective, and
she decided to end her duplicity,
Mrs. Ballou says she got aloi c
much easier as a boy than the
could by wearing skirts, as scarcely
any attention is paid to boys,
whereas, she claims, a woman's
lot on thc sea is anything hut
pleasant. Her last experienci * ������-
in San Diego, whin she \us
arrested on coming ashore Irum
the steamer Yale, on which Um
she was cabin lioy.
.After telling her story slu w.ia
released by the police.
Two Main Buildings in Ashes���
have loved her. For years she
has lovid me. Then i*. the secret
of that Cornish seclusion which
people   have   marvelled   at.     It'could   not   listen   to   the  detail
lost for years in Africa.    But   I
returned  at  once.    Of  course,   I
(Canadian Press De patch)
Wichita. Kansas. July 25.���Thc
Sterndale and his collage did I
find its counterpart. Thc lamp
shining in broad daylight and the
remains of powder upon the shield
were  successive  links  in  a  fairly
Feared   that   Many   Inmates |ias hrought me clos-i- to the one'without  feeling  assured  that   mv
U P la *
nave renanea. thing on earth that was dear to poison  had  been  used.    1  came
me.    I could not marry her, for round to see you on thc chance | obvious chain.   And now, my dear
I have a wife who h..�� left me fori that some other explanation had Watson, I think we may dismiss
years,   and   yet   whom,   by   the]suggested itself to you.   But there the matter from our minds, and
state hospital for the feeble-minded deplorable   laws   of   England,   I could be none.    I was convinced go back with a clear conscience
Empress of India and Many
Passengers Released from Quarantine.
Thc reciprocity bill is a measure designed to end this piece of
economic foolishness. The two nations who have to interchange food
products, agree to   mutually abolish the taxes on food.
When reciprocity passes, as it will pass, food will be cheaper,
the dealers will be able to make morc profits, and the margin of savings , p^ D       tch)
will be larger    Only those who at present receive parasitic nourish-      y^^  JuIv 25_Th   steamer
ment Irom the tariff will go short. *��� , ,   ',���      ,_��� L
hmpress of India which was quarantined on her arrival on Saturday
What Saskatchewan and Alberta arc driven  to do in order to  was released at 2 o'cloclk Tuesday
forturate     ma cs.
ARE GIVEN FREEDOM
make coal more plentiful, the whole of Canada should do to make
food more plentiful.
NOTES DUE
Light Plant Coal
Tenders for coal for the electric
. light plant were opened in council
I lie attitude of the British I nionist partv in Great  Britain is \t,���.,i������    ���*-.         .   .     ,      ,
i       i    .���      a i     ..r>    i ii ��� ,.�����.       ... .Monlay.    The   amount   tendered
cleverly h,t off by   Buck    n a cartoon in the Morning Allicrtan. forii228 tons.   Mewnu Rochester
He show, a figure of Dr. Jckyl ami Mr. Hyde,   Jckyl is saying "Ren,, a Mimr��� |(,m|m.(* ^ for
rocity is a device lo ruin the Empire.      Mr. Ilvde is saving "What    ,,, , i, i, i   i i-      ��� \*
.... ,.       ,. .       ,      r. , ...... supplying and delivering.    Messrs.
right   av,. ( anadians to biterfere with our politics? , ]<n^ & UUi k {|m| the Uaim
The cartoon hits off the British 1 nionists  views on the political j^^. ,,,  m& ^^ _
relationships ol Canada and Britain verv well. Tl , .       ,      ,        . , ,
' I he coal is to he of special screened
lump quality for steam production.
By the way, how consistent the Conservatives are in trying to
get away from their name and get the word Liberal tacked on. In
Great Britain they call themselves Liberal-Unionists, in Canada,
Liberal-Conservatives. In British Columbia some of them call themselves "independent Liberals."
i-.-n tin land the entire institution cou)d   not   divorcc.     For   years
is doomed.   The two main build- Brenda waited.  For years I waited
ings are already in ashes.   Details An(J lhi> is whal wc have waiuxl
are lacking bu   it is fear d lhc lo* for -    A   .erribic  Mb  shook   h|s
?fJ,fe." heaV>'-am��ng thC Un|gr��it frame, ar.d he clutched his
throat under his brindled beard.
Then with a effort he mastered
himself and spoke on.
"The vicar knew. He was in
our confidence. He would tell
you she was an angel upon earth.
That was why he telegraphed to
me and I returned. What was
my baggage to Arfica to me when
I learned that such a fate had
come upon my darling? There
you have the missing clue to my
action, Mr. Holmes."
"Proceed," said my friend.
Dr. Sterndale drew from his
pocket a paper packet ami laid
it upon the table. On the oui: ide
was written, "Radix pedish ilia-
lioli," with a red poison I. bel
beneath it. He pushed it towards
me. "I understand that you
are a doctor, sir.    Have you ever
heard ol ihis preparation?"
"Devil's-foot root! No, I h; ve
never heard of it."
' "It is no reflection upon y >ur
professional knowledge," said he,
"for I believe that, save for one
sample in a laboratory in Buda,
there is no other specimen in
EUrope. It has not yet found
its way either into the  pharma-
with thi iy-three laloon and many
of the s eeragc jiasscngers.
BOBBY LEACH
HAD TO QUIT
that Mortimer Tregennis was the to  the study of  those  Chaldean
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Intrepid Barrel Navigator was copoeia or into thc literature of
toxicology. The root is shaped
like a foot, half human, half
go.'.tlikc; hence the fanciful name
given by a botanical missionary.
It is used as an ordeal poison
by thc medicine-men in certain
districts of West Africa, and is
kept as a secret among them.
This particular specimen I obtained under very extraordinary circumstances in the Ubanghi country." He opened the peper as he
spoke, and disclosed a heap of
reddish-brown, snuff-like powder.
"Well, sir?" asked Holmes, sternly*
"I am about to tell you, Mr.
Holmes, all that actually occurred, for you already know so much
that it is clearly to my interest
that    you   should   know   ail.      I
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Niagara  Falls, July 25��� With
the  police on   both   sides  of  the
, border   looking   for  him,   Bobbie
j Leach,  the barrel  naviagtor who
announced his intention of going
(over   the   Falls   yesterday   after*
noon  in  a  barrel,  was  forced   to
abandon thc trip.
PEACH CROP SUFFERS
High Winds in Ontario Deatroy
Twenty Per Cent of the Ripe
I     Fruit.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Niagara  Falls, July 25.���Over
100,000   damage   has   been   OO-I have already  explained  the  rela
JKcacl lhe Daily N��wsk����^^ *��**��� *<* ^ ���*��
\ of thc ripe peach crop is now i
(ground.
murderer: that for the sake of
money, and with the idea, perhaps,
that if the other members of his
family were all insane he would
be the sole guardian of their
joint property, he had used the
devil's-foot powder upon them,
driven two of them out of their
senses, and killed his sister Brenda,
the one human being whom I
have ever loved or who has ever
loved me. There was his crime;
what was to lie his punishment?
"Should I appeal to the law?
When were my proofs? I knew
that thc facts were true, but culd
I help to make a jury of countrymen believe so fantastic a story?
I might or I might not. But
1 could not afford to fail. My r.oul
cried out for revenge. I have said
to you once before, Mr. Holmes,
that 1 have spent much of my
life outside the law, and that I
have come at last to he a law
to myself. So it was now. I
determined that the fate which he
had given to others should be
shared by himself. Either that,
or I would do justice upon him
with my own hand. In all England
there can be no man who sets
less value upon his own life that I
do at thc present moment.
"Now, I have told you all. You
have yourself supplied the rest.
I did, as you say, after a restless
night, set off early from my
cottage. I foresaw the difficulty
of arousing him, so I gathered
some gravel from the pile which
you have mentioned, and I used
it to throw up to his window. He
came down and admitted me
through thc window of thc sitting-
room. I laid his offence before
him. I told him that I had come
ljoth as judge and executioner.
Thc wretch sank into a chair
paralysed at the sight of my
revolver. I lit the lamp, put the
powder above it, and stood outside the window, ready to carry
out my threat to shoot him
should he try to leave the room.
In five minutes he died. My
God! how he died! But my heart
was flint, for he endured nothing
which my innocent darling had
not felt before him. There is
my story; Mr. Holmes.    Perhaps,
.,    , ,if you love-* --
the brothers.   There was a family 1 have done aa much yourself.    At
Cloned in the fruit bait by tlu-ltionship in which  I stood to the
Tregennis  family.    For  thc  sake
" lhCl?[.ll!L.t.lCr  Lras friend,y ^|��Wi^d a woman, you would
roots   which   are   surely   to   be
traced in  the  Cornish  branch of
the great Celtic speech."
(THE END)
NEXT STORY
'The Myilery of  The Red Circle"
WAS NOT CHOLERA
Men from Steamer Bendu at
Quebec are Released after
Medical Examination.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, July 25.���The two men
taken from the steamer Bendu
and believed to be suffering from
cholera were allowed their freedom
today. Thd bacteriological ex
animations proved their disease-
was not what it was suspected to
be.
CABIN WATER  RATES
Aid. Newton Doesn't Agree with
Aid. Hilditch on the Matter
Last night Alderman Newton
moved that the water rates for
one room cabins be put on the
same basis as hotel water rates,
that is, on a room basis. Alderman Hilditch thought that cabin
dwellers are far less in need of
consideration than small families
living in two and three roomed
houses. Alderman Newton remarked "Mr. Mayor, Alderman
Hilditch may be right    .    .    ."
"That's a grcat admission," put
in Alderman Hilditch.
The water committee has this
in hand.
Want to Put in Sewers
An application from he Prince
Rupert Building and Inves ment
Company for pe mission to put
in sewers with the recommendation of thc City Engineer that permission be granted was referred
to the Works Department last
night.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
RECEPTION FOR
PTE. CLIFFORD
Winner of King's Prize will be
Well Feted on His Return to
Toronto.
(Canadian Press Despatch
Toronto, July 26.���Great ri*
oeptions are being planned in
honor o'. Private Clifford who
carried off thc King's I'r a
Bisley on Saturday. The dty
council has planned a great civic
reception at which the public will
be invited to attend.
In addition the Queen's Own
Rifles and the city regiments .iri*
planning a military reception.
Fire Department Enquiry
Alderman Clayton's motion that
a special committee be appointtd
to enquire into the Fire By-law
and the Fire Department al��
was altered last night io 81 to
leave the matter to tin present
fire committee.
Honey Crop a Failure
Toronto, July 24���lh. ���
honey declare that tin- drought
in June and early July has caused
a shortage of over one million
pounds in Ontario's harvest from
thc hives. The practical failure
of the small flowering field crops
is given as the cause. Tlu !'���' ���>-.���
yield in some counties is valueless.
DISASTROUS FIRE
AT SEDRO-WO0LEY
Two Whole Blocks in BusineM
Section are Fireswept Damage Totals $200,000.
.\   lire
(Canadian Press Despfttcl
Bcllingham, July
which st��irted from an explo
in the Hardward store ol rrxit
Brothers last night swep ilu nv"
main business blocks in th' >'w"
of Scdro-Wooley causing B l"
estimated at S200.000. The Insurance is given at 8100,000. N'V*
eral people were injured duiillg
the fire.
Rough on Rats
Alderman Newton's InfeclimH
Complaints By-law went throUgl*
council last night. lis main pro*
vision is for precautions W I"'
taken against the swarmii'g ��� '' "
of thc rats from vessels mooring
at the wharf. Copies of the bj ������< "
arc to be printed and distributed
as other provisions affect resident"
in the city, and are iiiip111' '''
in view of the serious difficult"1-*
any outbreak of infectious illnesa
would cause in the city. THE DAILY NEWS
�����-'*���
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Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in Northern  B. C
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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 ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
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���cond Ave.. Princ* Rupart, B.C
Windsor Hotel
FIRST UM AT EIGHTH STREET
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P 0 NX 37
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���a .ih hm and cold wat-
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Rooma 50c
PBT IN  TOWN  FOR  THE  MONET
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The New Knox Hotel I. run on the European
plan. Flial-claa. *ervlc*. All the Utgt jM<!9
Improvement*. ���:-:- UEDS Wc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
This   model   is   one   of   many
Included in mid-summer sales at
marvellously low prices. If, however, one lias a good home Beam-
stress a dress of this sort may lie
liuill  up at  Inline  for very  little
money as embroidery and materials
arc also wonderfully reduced and
excellent qualities are obtainable
at moderate prices. Colors are
SO fashionable and a pretty idea
is to use white embroidery on
either pink, blue or lavender gingham.
Beautiful Custom
A beautiful custom is said to be
common in Japan whereby the
wife, during the hot weather, sits
up all night fanning the fevered
brow of her husband. In lhc
cooling exercise in vogue in the
West, fans are not considered
necessary.
Held Musical Evening
A pleasant musical evening was
held at the home "f Mrs. Holtby
lasi evening by a number of the
young people in honor of Miss
Blake of Victoria, who is here on
a visit to her brother.
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines Just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything for Ladles 6 Children
"The Ladles' Store"
MRS. S. FR1ZZELL
Sixth Street        Phone Black 184
THE TAILORED  SUIT
Smart Effects Brought Out for
This Season
Tailored costumes of soft white
serge or camel's hair are trimmed
with many rows of machine Btitch-
ings in a design of arrow heads.
White serge coats are also trimmed
with tabac brown linen nearly as
coarse as bagging.
Shot taffeta and striped silks
are the popular fabrics for the
dressy tailro made cosutme, and
for summer wear while is used
either in the stripe or the body
of the material. Willi all-white
silk serge costumes white crochet
or Venice lace over-collar on
black chiffon are worn. Indigo-
blue and white, with large white
revere of mousseline, crepe, satin,
or moire, and even of white
suede, is popular. Sometimes the
revere form a part of a deep
sailor collar of plain satin inlaid
with white Venice lace, and having
an overlapping hem of the plain
satin.
.An effective suit is developed
in white linen of a coarse weave.
The skirt is high-waisted and the
jacket is short, without being
extreme. Thc broad roll collar
is of linen in a fine black and white
stripe arranged on the bias and
edged with narrow white novelty
braid. The jacket Beams are finished with this braid abd near
lhe base of each is inserted a
pointed piece of the black and
white material, trimmed with pearl
buttons. A similar arrangement
is carried out along the skirt hem,
and on the oilier side of the sleeves
as well. Black satin ties arc
fastened under each side of the
collar to form a sailor's knot
at the front. Sleeves arc made
raiher wide and short, and the
trimmings of the jackets are mostly
Breton.
SHE  JILTED   HIM
A case involving misplaced con
fidencc was tried in a Los Angeles
court last week. A man in thai
city sen his prospective bride a
prepaid ticket from Kansas City.
When she arrived she changed her
mind and married another man.
The jilted one seized the trunk
containing the bridal finery as
security for railway fare advanced,
bui a heartless judge ordered it
returned. While he is out on
transportation, he is in on experience.
Mrs. W. E. Williams will not
receive tomorrow or during the
month of August.
Find the Right Grocer
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We sell the Right Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables
that are healthful  thia  weather.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near 6th St.
Phone ISO
For most delicious Bread,
Dalnlji Biscuits, Ele., use
Robin Hood Hour
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,, Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves T
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Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over WeBtenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
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Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
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All dental operation, skilfully treated. Gat and
local anesthetic adminl.tared for the palnle*. extraction of teeth. Con.ulutlon free. Officee:
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Box 285
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p. o. BOX 2S
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rrrn. or wu. roioN. Esq.. a 11 a u ."1 ON., ana
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MERCANTILE   agency
collections and reports
SIXTH STREET prince rupebt
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Ordera promptly filled.   Price, reaeonable.
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English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVI.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
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Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMDALMER
stock compi.ktr monk 62
TT
~r
TEMS   OF
.SPORT,
Farmer Munis, who brought
Frank Gotch to the front as a
wrestler, has organised a baseball
team ar.d will lour thc* western
states.
ti   *.*>   *\t
Playing wiih a tail-end team
doesn't si-iiti to bother Bill Sweeney, of the Boston Rustlers. Bill
is in the game all the time, and
fighting until the last man is out.
��� ft    t$i    *2i
Frank Gotch, the world's heavyweight wrestling champion, is working out preparatory to meeting
George Hackenschmidt on the mat.
Gotch puts in several hours daily
in his new quarters.
9    tn    0
Matty Baldwin has received an
offer from a New York boxing
club, to meet Mat Wells, the
Knglish champion. An effort is
being made to match Jack O'Brien
and Leo Houck for a bout to be
held at a Philadlephia baseball
park.
*a x*j q
Ralph Frary, lhe Spokane umpire, whose debut in the National
league was attended by so many
stirring incidents, is out of the
game for two weeks and probably
longer, laid low by a foul ball
on the shin, which has developed
into blood poison.
tt   x*   *t
Jack Johnson's reception in
Gnat Brit.'.in has been so enthusiastic ar.d satisfying that the
negro champion threatens to resign his citizenship in the l'nited
States and transfer his allegiance
to England. Jack Johnson says
he will never shoulder a musket
for America, but he would willingly
go to the front for England.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
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Victoria
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For Stewart, Thursdays and Sutulnys
utHu.m. Special fare on Sunday
liout,   $9.60  return   including  meals
ami berth,
���a. Prince Albert Bails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
anil f->r:
Quasi) Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Weil
nesdays and Saturdays,   1  p.m.,  returning    Thursdays    and     Sundays
6.20 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   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE
Wednesday, July 26th, 9 a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab General Agent
S.S. INLANDER
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HAZELTON
MONDAY. JULY  24lh
Take thc fast Kght-draught steam
er Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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, ,   Carrtee complete .lock of Druia.   Special   , ,
attention i*ai.l to tillit.** praerrtpllone.      , ,
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME     BRICK     PLASTER     CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACI
Phone 116
A |H-rmit has Ih-cii taken out
by the Vancouver Arena Company
for the erection of the artificial
ice curling and skating rink at
1833 Georgia street, anil the s|K*c-
ifications show that the building
alone will cost $80,000, and will
accommodate 10,000 people. The
permit was granted following the j! W. J. McCUTCHEON j
passage of an amendment lo the
building by-law by the council on
Monday night, and work will now
lie pushed on by thc promoters
so that the rink may be ready by
thc fall.
��� �� ft
J. W. Lucy, one of thc pro-
prie ors of he R ver view hotel
at Rainy River. Out., writes challenging Eddie Dumnn to n Unit
race of three miles for $1000 and
the championship of America. He
encloses his certified cheque for
$200. Eddie Human last niglu
said he was willing to row anybody. He will post his money
immediately and lhe race is a
certainty. The race will Ih* rowed
on Rainy River between August
15, and 20, 1011.
tt  a  *.i
The long distance swimming
race for the Bielsehowsky cup will
be held at Winnipeg on Saturday,
July 211, over the Red River
course, from Roslyn's lioal hounc
at River Park, to the Norwood
bridge. This race is the biggest
event in the swimming line in
western Canada, and has done
much to encourage swimming in
the West. Besides the cup. there
will   be  shields   for   the  first   nix
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ai". MKtlooM ofltc* of Opllmltt. Mil only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
it mad* In s-ai11.    Fruit and Cn.lv. whnl*-
������I* and Retail. I -i for ila.l, .lit, al nkhl
SAM COWEN. Proprietor Phone M
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weslon announces lhat he
has commenced work for the city.
All orders received  at  the
Office. 5th St.
Phone 42
men   who  finish,   and   every  oni
finishing   within    thirty   minute*'
f the winner will rcc.ivc a special
medal from the Y. M. C. A.
ADVERTISE   IN THE
NEWS
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
.1. P. CADE. N. G.
H. II. MORTON. Sec.
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REAL
ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
IO^GlS:S:S!G!GiG!G:G!S:��:3i3!?
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He 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 LandB
KiBpiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Landa
Kitsumkalum.Lands, Sand, Gravel 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.
*iS��:r;S^^ THE DAILY NEWS
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AT THE THEATRE
eeeeeeaeea -.- -i -.��� ��������� ���:
May   Roberts   and   Company
Give   Good   Performance   of
"The Thief.
The tragedy nf a woman, driven
to desperation tn retain ihe admiration of her husband, sn th.it
she steals tn buy tine clothes and
jewels wherewith tn adom herself, that is the sensational theme
on which Henri Bernstein developed his drama. "The Thief."
The dramatic episode i** intensified
by the action of Walter Gardner,
a youthful admirer of the wife,
who in vain assumes the guilt.
But in the end the truth is made
clear. The youth is exon era tell,
the erring wife forgiven, and her
h*_-art set at rest.
The play���rather an ambitious
one for a repertoire company to
attempt <>n its first night in
Prince Rupert���was given last
night by lhe May Roberts Company in the Empress Theatre.
Miss Roberts took thc part of
the distrait Marie Willoby, "the
thief," and gave a very creditable
performa'uice. In the second act,
by far the strongest in ihe piece,
both she and Mr. L. Victor (iii-
lard as the husband played with
great intensity and strength. The
unmasking of thc wife's crime
by the steady questioning nf the
husband, the wnman's pathetic
efforts to tuni the subject, and the
horror of the final exposure were
splendidly portrayed, and won
spontancou** .ippluase. The support was quite good, and the piece
well staged. Miss Roberts' gowns
came in for a great deal of attention from the ladies of the
audience.
During the final "wait," Mr.
Gillard pleased the audience with
a fine rendition of Service's dramatic poem "The Killing of Dan
McGrew," and Mr. Ira Roliertson
brought down the house with a
capital comic song and humorous
monologue.
The company will put on the
pretty comedy "The Marriage of
Kitty" tonight.
RUPERT'S FIRST
LEAGUE GAME
(Continued from page one)
n
n
1!
I
felt hat and armed with a hugt
megaphone created immense amuse
ment by his unsparing advice
ami criticism howled in roof lifting
style. When Jerry Miller "stole
the diamond" ihis enthusiast Bung
down hi- hat and danced on ii
io the*vast joy of the multitude.
Rupert's Rosebuds
Particularly encouraging to tin
players was the presence on ihe
Grand Stand of a fetchirg se��
lection ol Print- Rupert's prettiest
rosebuds. The girls responded
splendidly tn imitation to
spur on tlie live lioys of Prince
Ruperl m the athletic prowess
for which our city is certainly
tn i.r->me famous. All through
the evening's play it was impos-
-���;���'.��� not m sec in that spirited
ind or game, the forecast of the
coming out door game played
with the same splendid enthusiasm on a spacious new Athletic
Park. Tn watch the swift movements of the young players on
the tlnnr last night was to see in
imagination the sun-bathed diamond surrounded by the throi fed
stand*., to hear the click of bat
against ball, to watch the pitcher's
wunderfill "wind-up." ar.d listen
to the thunder of a th"
enthusiastic throats cheering a
Prince Rupert home-team on to
victory over Vancouver.
with it boys and we'll have that
park next summer.
"The News" Classified Ads.
ii ==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
[j -THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaoer
!   CAPITAL,- $10,000,000
!
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iiS
REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
-��-��� branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped lo Inue ..--if;, on
he7rincipal cit.es In lhc following co-mlri.,* without^lelav ,
The Insurance People
I  ISSI RASrE.
ET OIR RATE.1
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
I'h..r.*-:*. Th:r*d Avenu* and Fulton St
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<       Lost and Found       j
LOST-A btafa laft on Hi -'.akatla wharf.
Fim1*r rewarded by leaving uu at Camp ball i
Cigar Store. laC-lf
LOST-A bunch of Key. between Post Offlcl ind
Exchange Grill. Finder plra-a- return tt* Box ,
S.. New. Office. :-.*'f
QUEEN OF COW GIRLS       j
Miss   Nan   Ashinwall   of   San
Francisco
u.
For Rent
Likes Rupert
Mr. Richard S. 'Ford, managing
director of the Vancouver "Saturday Sunset" was a caller al the
Daily News office yesterday. He
is  paying  a  flying   visit  up  the
FORT GEORGE
IS NOW "DRY"
The Hotel Northern the Only
Hotel in the District, Goes up
in Flames.
Fort George, July 25.���Th-
tal destruction by lire of tin
Hotel Northern at South Fort
fivrge l.i- "Saturday morning has
made the district "dry" as I. I
licensed premises an* concerned,
and it is altogether Improbable
that another license will be granted
this \var. With the burning of
Hotel Northern the liquor license
granted by the provincial government lapsed. Before a new licensi
can be granted all the requirements of ihe liquor .���<: must be
complied with, and as ihis would
mean  tin- erection nf a  building
Miss Nan Ashinwall, of San
I'r. i.. :-i". has completed the record
(eat ��� ���! riding from cuast to coasl
on horseback. Mi>s Ashinwall is
with a mission ar.d proposes
reform thing in the "effete"
East. She purposes intitiatuig the
Eastern society dames onto the
an of lariat-throwing, which, she
.���rts, is far superior as ������. develop*
��� the phy-ici! graces than all
the massage and beauty treatments
ever invented. "High brow talk
is a icrrifie weight maker," .eld-
Miss Nan. "My method will
replace superfluous adipose tissue
wiih muscle." The California cow
quien has a gnat future U further.
Furnithe.1 room, with bath. Spadtl rate, by
the week.   Talbot Hou����. l*tf
Large   well   furni.hed   rooir..   prl-raW   family. I
Splendid view   of   harbor.      I'.er.'.i*-**** **���  only.
Apply P.O. Boi 1519. l��-tl
Mclntyre Hall, for concert., entertainment.. '
dance*, etc.   Apply J. H. Rot-en. phone 116.
Six-roomed Houae to rent; nodi " .- -ver.ience..
Frater St., Apply Director. C - - - �� Co.   lW-tf
Wanteai-Small houae. fumi.h--l or partly fumiihed.   State tarma tc Box K. Da > Sews ll*.*-if
Com*-v*diou> house, corner 6th Ave. and Thompson St.. furnished or unfurnished. Phone -.-
or P.O. Box MS.
Store, and office* for rent. Ai r'-v Ur- Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green 6^. 125-tf
Phone 2*i If you want to rent a house, furni.hed
or unfurnlahed. corner 6th Ave. and Thompton
Street.   All modern conver. ence*.
Co��y furnlahed room*. Mr* Bower. Somerfet
Room*. Third Avenue. be*.a.*.-n Seventh and
Eia-hth. 117-tf
the principal
Africa
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Argentine Republ
Australia
Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Braxil
Bulgaria
lir.sve
Holland
Iceland
India
Inland
Paly
Japan
Crete
Cuba
Pen-nark
EgYPt
Faroe Islands
Finland
Formoaa
France J*"*-
Fr.h Cochin I hma Malta
Germany Man.huna
Gnat Britain Men.., mm watt imb   ,.,.
The amount of tli��e drafts is staled in the money of the country where ll i . Utme.
able* that is thev are drawn in sterling, francs, m.irki, lire, kronen, flof.ni, ven,
taels! roubles, etc., as lhe case may be.   'Una ensures that the payee abroad
receive the actual amount intended.
_aiga.
Cealon
CbUi
China
New **?calanj
Norway
Panama
1'rrai.i
Pen;
Philinnine Islands
l'..rlu��al
Roiiinania
Ru.aia
Scrvi.1
Siam
Siberia
Soudan
5    '   Africa
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J. M. Christie
Manager
Prince Rupert Branch
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
MaOOOOUaOBWBtWCWBWWCBeWM
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New       Solid       Ladies
LEATHER BAGS
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
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NEW  INDELIBLE   INK
>J***smJ**sMttM*
Help Wanted
I
I
Wanted. ���A woman to wash l  i iron one day a
weak.   Phon*301. if
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
A woman to do fancy ironlnc-
day; also girls to work on -
once Pioneer Laundry.
Girt wanted. Immediately.
Apply Mn. D. Cohen, oh. *
Miner. Hi*. Mucker. S3.i>
Creek Copper Co.. Gooae ll.
or Venture.
Porter Waned
Apply Tall.
144-tf
Wanted-Woman for kitche-
a month and room. Ap:
Ho.pl ul.
Wage. K.SC par
ir.gle.    Apply at I
ltt-l-ST
- Seat houtcwork. '
-.ii'        ls-sif
wanted at Hiddtn
;..   Take S.S. Vadao
Ufti
I Room*. Snd Ave. '
THE CORRECT STYLES
Watchea      Souvenirs       Jewelry
******
OFFICIAL   WATCH   INSrECTOR   IOR   U.T.P.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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A Jet Black Indelible Ink, whick remains black forever. No hot
iron necessary. You will save the price every time you send
clothes to thelaundry. Price per bottle together with compute
marking outfit 35c.
McRae Bros*. Ltd.
Everything for the office
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For Sale
Fr Sate or Leaae-Be.t ; - ated restaurant In
Stewart, n--opposition. Ill-ral term*. Full In-
formation apply or arrite '..��� G. George. P.O.
Bo< 251. Stewart. B.C. '���'-!��� -
Before l..i)lna your Stov* r Range .e* A. J.
Galland. McBnd* and Fifth Ave. Cook .lovea
from 111 l��-lm
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U2.
Fire Insurance
coasl as far as Skagway in company
with   Mr.   W.   I'liillips of  Mel-1with laige public aceommodi
bourne, Australia.    Both gentle-lit is scarcely possible that -.i��li
men were much impressed wiih a   structure   could   be   provided
the  scenic   beauties  of   the  sur- wiihin   a   year   e\en   were   tin
rounding country, and lhe progress
in city-making they saw in Prince
Rupert.
parties interested so inclined.
Johnson  &  Hums, proprietor!
of Hotel Northern, suffered over
$2().0U<) loss iii the destruction
of their property.
The alleged report of explosion
of two  Ross  rifles  furnished  the
Queen's Own was not due to any s s   PR|NCE JOHN ARRIVES
defect in the rill.-, but the fact that
the rifles after delivery were hand-   N<JW Q T< p. Ste,m,r for |,|��nd
edoyo-to another company to be I Trip wi��� be in Vancouver
fitted   with   a   special   sight.     In      Tomorrow.
fitting the sight the barrels were 	
tapped to admit a screw, instead W()r,| WM ^.j,,,, ���. ,,R. ���,-���,,
ofaoUeringonthebarrelasinthej,,, ,,���. *-���,.,���,, Trunk ,,,(.itl,. yw.
Lee Enfield, or with rings as with .,.���.���..  ,,,���   ,,u.ir new  >1(,lin,.r.
CoMt !.*:��.* 5 Ltod DUlhc;
1*4** fiou�� tt-ftl 1, John U*pb.r& ol Kn-
���amkmlua, ueeupkuoo (irawr, inu&d to apply
tut p��raufluoc io px'ettua tb* loilo*-*; d<McriD��l
Imm
Coaun-aacicg at a port plar.ud at thi &artb-afu:
tonu at Lot .*:>���*���*��. ttM&oa ��aat 2U c:.utx, U*��eca
���OilU)   4U  c:.*��.;.��,   tMOtt  ����t  'io  c.mta,  ttktoct
bona 40 ehai&i to place o- comm-tnarttaat.
i'at*i March to, ;.���:;. JOH.S U-CPBCHN
Hub Aprtl 16.
S kataa Land Diatrut - Datrk: U Caariar
Ta*�� Do-uca tut I,  Tarry  y-vaivac <A Prinoa
Kupvn. if i.. ucctipaiws prosiwctor, tntasd u>
apply (or pernuiaigt. to p^retkaM toa lot-witt
4aacrtu��l  aT...
C'cmmancifii; at a port plactvd la tba tiemty
xJ ijiAMw lim>, a-xut tLra^vt^bU of a m:It aouia
U ttM mouto ot u�� boaaaia Cnak, aad baic-t
oo laa taatarly tMuaiary ol Tuaber Limit No.
MStl u No. aii-so. tatoca touta 14 ehauaa aaoaf
tba a��iurly lun.t of aa.il TuLbar Unut No. Uttl
t* .No i-^at* 4o ebaiaa, taaooi aast to i&t eaora ut
Oouaa ba/t * diataaot ot to cr.**M mora or ime*\
taaaoa aorutarly aloa| tba *t^n ol Ooom Bay
to caaiaj morv or *������* taaaoa arvawrly to erjua*
I fr.Mfa or .����� to potat -,(tofprftaoonopfta, eootaiai&|
1W a cm tamt -ur teaa
is**** Uarca f, ivll HLKKY QOIBNAM
Hub. A. -. 7.
anoen Laad Lutnct���Diatnct o* y^��ia Charlotta
laaa bwtiea taat Oaort* KraiM^ ot Hrtaca
hjpan, b. C , occ-Jpauoa buicaar* mtcoda to app.y
tor pvrouMirio to purcaaaa taa fouowiBf daaenbvd
taada.
Ceou&��ftCta( at a poat planted abgjt aavaa
ouaa ��aat aad two mt ��a aouta ot \bm mouta ol
.-ta:.-*/ Crw wbara it emptw into Nadao
haxujr. 'jfanam laland, tbenc* eu cbaina aouta,
ttonca w coa.na wart, tbaaoo tw cnaina nortb,
tatno* au en aaa aaat to putat ot cw.a aanoeawnt
and oeataiaum b4u acrwa mora orlaw
Oatad Marcb IT, UU ObUUliL KKIZZtLL
Hun. Aani ?. Numa b-im**-*. A<��at
Skaa&a Laad I >ustrtct -Dutnct ot Camar
Taba aotlca tbat 1 trancu b. Hraaton ol Hriaea
Itupert, U. C^ occupatiun pn*wp��ctur, inland to
appl> lor parmiaatoo to purebaaa tna (uUowinc
daacribed landa:
Lommaociac at a poat planted about tbra*
milea auuta and two mUea ����t of taa lorka ol
tbo **> bit* and r .at nvara, tbaoca aoutb bU chaina
tbaaca eaat bo cbaina, tnence nortb bO cnaitj,
tbenoa a eat uu cbaina.
l��ated AprU 2U, 1VU. FKANCLS S. I'KLbTUN
Hub May U
akaaaa Land I lutriei ���Dutnct of Coaat Itange 0
laaa aot ca ti.at I. 4tm Jack ol If iw It. p*rt,
b. Ca* occupatioa carpant-wr, intend to apply (or
parmlaatoa to purebaaa tba foUoadaf daacribed
laada.
Commeticir.f at a poat planted abuut thtaa.aod
otwball mllea duUnl IB a aoutb westerly direction
from a b-Ji. i aloucb (rom Oboarvatory Inlet wbara
tba aam* toucnea tba Indian lt��aer>w thance eaat
-Ml cba na. tn��nca >mtb -5U cbaina, thenca waatau
cbaina, thenc* aoutb 00 cbaina to point ol commencement, containing bio acraa moro or laaa. i VM r
Uata-1 Apnl 14, 1V1I. ioL JACK   ,h��.TiCt, wuth 40 chain*.'thonee wrat  10   < .aim
1 thence wi-jth   10 chaint, thenc* weat 40 ci.aina.
thi m' r.'irth -M> chaina to point ol MflUMMMBMt
' containing InO aer*w mon* tr '
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Notice
Take notice that the partr.er.hlp comlitln-i of
Anirui D. Mclnnii and Frank Kelly. Contractor,
carry-in? on a .treet contracting buaine.. in Ihe
City of Prince Rupert, in the Province of Brili.h
Columbia, under the name of "Mclnni. & Kelly"
waa diuolved on the 15th day of July. 1911. All
liabilitief of the partnership are to be paid by
Anirui D. Mclnni..
AD. McISNIS,
FRANK KELLY
Dated at Prince Rupert thi. 17th day of July.1911
165-17*
The
PRINTER
Who has the
"NERVE" to turn
Out Poor Printing
Is not modest
About his charges,
Either!
Usually, of course, poor printing is "cheap" in price as well m
appearance. Not always though.
Sometimes the bungler will
out-charge the artist.
It actually does happen, ami
not seldom, that you pay more
for a tenth-rate job of work than
for a first-rate one.
Let us give you prices on yuur
next job for first-rate work, at;.l
then you can compare them with
with what you may have had to
pay for a tenth-rate job.
FOR   HICH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE "NEWS JOB
Third Avenue
THE Britl.h t-nion and National Fire  Insurance
Company ��f Is-ndon. England,   with   capital
���.    i. ���-      - f'.r  T..*. ���        Tt.r   Mara
Realtv and Inaurancc G-moanv. Tii-lf
j      Business   Chances      1
Cowl money in Moving Picture..     Wanted-A I
party to .tart moving ilcture .how in Prince |
Rup*r*.    *A rite me f.,r particular..    H.  Davis.
Wat-Ttown. Wi.. 137-wl
The Board of ' Railway Commtaionera, (or
Canada will hold "a sitting at Prince Kupert,
It. C, on or about the 19th day of August. 1911.
at tha hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon for th*
purpose of hearing matter*, applications, or
complaints Hied with the Board and served upon
the !������'-"' interested in accordance with the
Rulea and Regulations of the Hoard.
By Order of the Board.
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
Secretary
Board of Railway
Commissioners for Canada.
Dated at Ottawa this 2Eth Day of June, 1911.
Tenders Wanted
For building Concrete Wall, also Stone Foundation.   Inuuire of McCa'Tery a Gibbons.      1*>&-Ifi7
$500
$800
$50
LAND PURCHASE .NOTICES
Skrens Und Iliatnn     lli.trict of Coaat llatge V
Take notice that  I. George Klme of To aner,
| North Dakota. I . S. A., farmer, intend lo apply
for permiaaion to purchaa-* the following dev.-ibed
| lands:
j     Commencing at a po��t planted at  the - ,uth-
I weat i* .    .- ol  Lot  2"I��7. thence eaat Ml c alns,
Cash buys furnished hotel
with 20 rooms.   Price $1000.
Cash buys fine residence
property including House on
9th Avenue, Section 5.
Cash buys a nice lot in Section
7, Balance $25 a month.
Furnished Hotel for Lease.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
JOHN DYBHAVN
The Best
Procurable.
lypim
Pattullo Block.
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the regular "Rots" -igbt*. to hold
the rear of the back sight in place;
this   weakened   the   barrel   and
caused il to explode. Whin this
was realized all the ritlis which
had   been   thus   wrongly   treated
were, ol course, ordered  to be
withdrawn.
i   Judge Voting returned from tin
south this morning,
Have you learned that "keeping
boarders" is a business matter
and   that   it   involves  timely advertising in the classified columns
of The News?
the Prince John, would arrivi
in Vancouver Thursday, The cap*
t.iin gave his position early yesterday .is .'.breast of San Diego,
giving the first information by
wireless ol her position since her
departure   from   England.    The
vessel is sailing at the rale of
between ten and twelve knots.
The steamer will be In Prince
Rupert within a  few  days of lur
arrival at Vancouver.
skt-*n. Lan-1 Dialricl ��� DUtrict ol Coaat Rang* b
lake bulic* that laatt** McTa.l.b ul Vancouver,
ll. Ci, aceupalloo married woman, intend, to
apply lor permiaetoa to purehaae tba following
d*acril--sl Ian-Is:
Commencing at a po��t planted at lha northeast c*irn*r 1UO chain* east and ill) chains north
Irum tba w.rileaat corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey'.
Siirir/, Coaat lli.trict,llang. *.,lt.enc* 20 chain.
Us-. I J... IS, 1911
I'ub. July 23.
GEORGE  KIME
FredE. dwell. Af-nt
..Good Fresh   Groceries at City Prices.
Skeen. land lli.trict    llutrict of ( oa.t Rani;* V
Tsk* notice that  I,  Peter Lanten of Tov.ner.
North Dakota, u. S. A., farmer, intend to snply
for permLaamn to purchaae the following dear. Hied
landa:
Commencing at  a po.t  planted st  the a.,ulh-
auuifi. thanca ao chains aaat, thanca SO cbaina eaat corner of I,-.-  I7SS, thence south .,, cl alns,
north, ihenc* lu chains waat, thanca M cbains thenre  a.at   lu chaina, thence north  -'> el alns,
soulh. thenc* lu chains weat lo poal ol commen* thenre eaat IU rhslns to point of c.immcnt*eiiv-nt.
cement, cuntaining 4uu acrea mora or laaa. Dated July !*��. lul I.                  I'll I. K LAItaEN
Daled May J, 1911.              LOTTIE McTAVlSH I'ub July 2b, 1911.                 Fred E. Con-ell, / gent
l-ub. M.   ��.                       F��d W. lloblar. Ag.nl skw.m Un,, |Mrict    I)U(rirt o( ,.������, -^ y
Tak"  BOtln that   I.  John   Kvcnnon  of  I'rincp
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Class Goods only.
Give us you* next order for a
 trial.  	
To watch The Newi want ads
is  to  refuse   to  Im-   "tied"   in an
unsatlifactory boarding plaoa*
Skaana Land Hiatnct    I'utrict ol Quaan Charlott*
lajarida
Take notioe that J. IL .vlurphy.ot Vancouver,
11. C, occupation commercial traveller, intenda
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae lha following
d��*cnl-*-l lan'la:
Commananf at a poat planted about seven
milei weat and one mile roulh from tha mouth
of Manly Craak, Sedan Harbor, thenoe north SU
chains, ihence want 40 chaina, thenca aoulh 80
chaina, thenca eaat 4U e ina.
Dated March 17, I'll. J. II. ML'KI'HY
Pub. April 22. Numa Itomcra, Agent
HUpWta lalKirvr, intend to apply for pr*rmiMiion
to purchase the following deerrim-'l landa:
Commencing at a pout  planted at  the twuth-
eut corner of I <������   1410, thence north 80 chain<4
thence p*\*\   00  chains,  thence south   80  chains,
thence weet 00 chain** to point of commencement.
Oat-d July 13, iwil. JOHN BVBN80N
I'ub. July 25. Fred K. Cowelt, Agent
Skeena Lud Ulstrlct--District of Coast Range V
Take notice that  I.   iVter Erickson of  I'rince
Ruperl,  lal��orer,  Inlend to apply for permission
to purchase the following describe-d lands:
Commencing at  a post  planted  on  the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right
t -District of Queen < harlot t a   ofw".v <���**** ��n(l '* chains back from the creek
Frank   l^v ek   IT\K .JillinlL      h*nk>   thpnW   ����ulh   ������   chiin'''   thencc   e���   ��
*Ty *^w*m3. w.gft^ff' I ahaiiML  .hence  north  BO chains,  thence wet  40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. I'ETKR KRICKSON
I'ub. July 25. Fred V.  Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District
Taka notice that
Ont.,   occupation   bookkeeper,   intend*   to  apply
fur permiaaion to purchaae the following described
anda:
Commencing   al  a  post   planted   about  aevrn
milce west and two milea south o* the mcuth of I Skeena Und District-District of Coast Range V
Stanley   (reek   where   it   empllaa    Into   Naden       Take notice that I, Benjamin A. Fish of Towner,
Harbor, Oraham Island, thence 80 chaina aouth,
tbence  mi  chains  east,   ihence  80 chains  north,
thence 80 chaina west to point "f commencement
and mntsnirg f>40 acrea more or leaa.
Datad March 17, 1911. FRANK U.VHK
I'ub. Apri. 7. Numa Demera, Agen
Skeena Land District-District of Coast
Take notice that I. Mrs. John Corley of I'rlnce
Ruptrt* H.(.' , 'icciipallon marrie<l woman, Intenda
to apply for permission to purchase the followinK
de��rribed lands:
( ommencinic at n post plant**! 40 chains east
and 1/0 rhains smith from the southwest corner of
lot I7.W, t>ia*t District, Kan ire ���**, thrm-n ...utli Hi
chuins, thence east 4�� chain*, thence north 80
OtuUfia. Lhtn-M we��t 4'i chatn�� oiore or less to the
point of commencement, contalnlnR M acres
more or le*����
.^.   *ax MKH  JoMN '���*-"�����*> CORLF.Y
Dale Mar. 21), ltfll
I'ub. Apr. 4. 1911
. Benjamin A. Fish of Towner,
\ l�� . occupation merchant, intend to apply
for permlasion to purchaae the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the east
boundary and about live chains from the southeast corner of Ut 4181, thence north *>������ chains,
thence east 30 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west .30 chains to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und District -District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I. Adolph II. Chrlstlanaon of
Towner, North Da-kola, occupation attorney-
al-law, Intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one and
oni* half miles (1 1-2, northeast of the head of
Trout River on the weet nide of Ukelaa Uke,
end attoul T, chains from the lake-front, thence
south HO chains, thence weat HO chains, thence
north HO chains, Ihence eaat 80 chains to point
of commencement
ADOLPH II. C1IRIST1ANSON
, Dated June 30, 1911. Fred K. Cowell. Agent
'TS.-1*^? ' .tauUicV-, J����-**-��l ��* Comat Range ft    KE July 26. '
lake notice that Eldon  S.   Oetwllet  of  Itarlln, I
A" mi^n'^'^ur'c^^h;1";!;wis. fti!S*5 �������� ^ ?*�� - ,)t"t'ict ��* comi ***** v
lands: purcnaaa  the   tollowlng   deaerlbed       Take   notice   that   I.   Paul   Hagen   of  lMn��.
Rupert]  laborer.   Intend   lo  apply   for  permlwdon
to purchaae the following described lands:
('ommenclng   at   a  post   planted  on  the  nortb
bank of  Williams  Creek  about  50  rhsins  w���. i
��^rt Imm It. K., tbence aouth 40 chains, then
ml ujBf'J f ��� .E?1 tiff** "l *>"> ����uih
"���l  cf-rner  o*   U,t  \92H, thenca eaat 30 chaint
.mm 40 ehalna,  thenc* north  40 chaina, then���,
llM��IMu,li-l|, im    KL1M1N  s   BaTanta. I 8S *J" chain, to point ol commencement.
| Pab. AprU U- *Tgl fcaSTSS I l-ri^Z. ""^ p^ I'i'o'iellX.Vl.
Mussallem & Company
Phone 228 Black
Mh Ave.. East of Mcllride
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Only Reliable
Patent Medicines
are sold by us. We
don't carry "fake"
goods.    :    :   :   :    :
Toilet Articles and
Preparations, Perfumes.     :     :     :     :
When you're in our
store drink at the
Fountain.    :    :    :    :
C. H. Orme
"TUB PIONEEK DRUGGIST"
Second Ave.        Phone No. 82
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Fishing Tackle
Sporting Goods
Everything that should be in a
first class Hardware Store
- you will find
.AT THE.
Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Company
THIRD AVENUE
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is to know your chances for
finding a better job.
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A-
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $68. Other Stoves from ;1"
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BJJ1LDERS'    HARDWAgl
THOMPSON HARDWARE CO'Y
Second Avanue
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