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VOL. II, NO. 166
The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, July 25, 1911.
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RIOT AND DISORDER IN
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT
Tories Refuse to Allow Premier Asquith to State Government's
Views on the Peers Veto Bill���Speaker Had to Adjourn the
House For Fear of a Free Fight���The Supporters of the
Peers Privileges Driven to Desperate Measures
to Block Democratic Progress
(Canad an Pr ss Despatch)
1. niltin, England, July 25.���
Th last act in the passage of he
bill in take aw. y he power of
ihu House o Lo ds to defeat the
people1! legislation was mat Iced
s   night  by some o'   he most
Ircvo utionary scenes in the annals
t,l the  Briiish   House.     For  two
I hours a scene of rio ami dis
order ensued. Fists were shaken,
insults  were   hurled   across   thc
I floor, and here ami there members
clinched, only to be pulled back
by their calmer minded friends.
Finally the Speaker alarmed
by tin- imminence of a free fight
nn the lloor of the House for the
first   linn-   in   his ory   used   his
' prenig.itive to adjourn the House
on his own   responsibility   when
(confronted with grave disorder.
How It Arose
The si.uation aro c over the
'"iiMilirntion  o'  the   Lords'  ani-
| liniment*, to the Peers' Veto Bill
em back to thc House of Com-
I nums for consideration. The cf-
fect of these amendments would
lie to defeat he purpose o thc
Bill, and ia was known that the
I Government would throw them
mil in iheir entirety.
Conservative Opposition
Opposition to the Bill has been
centered in the Lower House,
and the signal of Premier Asquith's
rising to deliver the speech staling
the Government's attitude owa d
the amendments was the signal
for a pandemonium of noise from
the Conservative benches. The
noise and disorder was renewed
at every attempt made by Mr.
Asquith to s|x-ak. It was the
first time in its history that the
House had refused to listen to
a speech by its Premier.
Howled Him Down
During n period of three quarters
of an hour Mr. Asquith rose ni
short intervals to read a sentence
or two from his m:*- uscript, only
to Ik- overwhelmed by jeers and
homings. Cries of "traitor Redmond," ' Patrick Ford" aid "Am-
criivn Dollars," were often dis-
;i: guishable. Firally the Premier closed his manuscript sp.yt'g:
"I am not goir-g io degrrde
myself. I simply stale the com-
clusiors which the Govcr menl
has arrived Bt." Thcv. l-owi-vcr.
were not heard a* he sank back
into his chair.
Almost a Free Fight
The Speaker's pleading was over
whelmed by the tunuih of noise.
The wonder was that the crowded
House did not come to blows, but
every would-be belligerent was
pulled d��Wn by his neighbors.
Kvery means short of |R-rson.il
violence was successfully used to
prevent Mr. Asquith from explaining the views of the Government. After two hours of dis
order the Speaker decided to sus-
pend the Mlting to obviate graver
disorders.
No Reprisals Shown
In sharp contrast to the treatment of Mr. Asquith was thc
treatment accordul Mr. Balfour
by the Liberals. When lhe Conservative leader rose to apeak,
no reprisals were attempted, but
a quiet hearing was accorded him.
First in History
The House of Commons has
often been the scene of turbulent
conduct and riots, but yesterday
was the first time in its history
that lhe House of Commons refused to listen to a speech by a
Prime Minister. It was also the
first time a Speaker lias liccn
compelled IO invoke tht rule which
empowers him in t case of grave
disorder to declare a silting adjourned on his own responsibility.
MAY REMOVE THE DUTY
ON ALL AMERICAN COAL
Dominion Government May Rescind all Duties on Coal
in Order to Protect the Country from the Danger of a Coal Famine in the Coming
Winter
(Canadian Press Despatch)
< lltawa, July 25.���In conscquen-
<������' ��'f a communication received
yesterday by ihe Minister of Ll*
l��r I Inn. W. L. Mackenzie King,
from   ihe   joint   governments   of
Alberta and Saskatchewan, rcp-
rcscnting the grave dangers which
confronts the western provinces
ihould lhe coal strike be prolonged, the Government is considering the advisability of rcs-
dnding all duties on coal,
rears arc to be entertained lhat
�� the strike  continues, it  will
fMUll in a coal famine on the
prairies, causing hardship and per-
���'������P* <1( .ith. By removing the duly
'"���'"il, large quantities could then
'" imported from Pennsylvania.
11 -Ms is done it would safe-
K*'-*"i the public from thc risk
11,1(1 danger of a coal famine,
'j'1"1 -"th time as thc mining
,|lsl��"t' is settled and work had
"'���'""I up again.
Small Debts Court
������������*, the council Approach the
���Vuidal Gown men t  to cstab*
"* -1 Small Debts Conn here is
""' "Wlon of Alderman Clayton
;'11'1 Merman Douglrt cj seoonder
*��' night. Thc.l the Board of
J*do be approached to eo-oper; Ic
11,1 tin- council to ihe same
* W the n10tion 0f Alderman
*Tr -"'tiniled by Alderman Clay-
""���   ''Kill motions carried.
EARTH  CAVED   IN
Seven Men Swallowed Alive
While Working on the Streets
of Muskegee.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Muskegee, Oklahoma, July 86.���
While working lhe sireels of he
town and without a moment's
warning, seven men were IWtlioWcd
up by the earth in a cave in of
a big icwer diich yisterday after
noon,   A number of others who
wen-  buriid   in    he  downft I  0
ar h were risen d.    Four o   thc
bodies have been recovered.
BURNED TO DEATH
Tragic End of Donald Sinclair
an Old Timer at Silverton
$250,000 DAMAGES
Horatio Bottomley, M. P., Loses
Sensational Damage Action
Horatio W. Bottomley, editor,
newspaper proprietor, financier,
and Independent l.ilicral memlK-r
of Parliament for South Hackney,
has liven condemned by Lord
Chief Justice Alverstone lo pay
$250,00(1 damages to the estate
of the late R. K. Master, a retired
Madras civil servant.
It was claimed that Bottomley
had Obtained $285,000 through
misrepresentation   by  selling   to
Master worthless shares in numerous undertakings promoted by
Bottomley himself.
The plaintiff was Mrs. Curtis,
a daughter of Master. The latter
was supposed to have been wealthy
bin he died |K-nniless.
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BASEBALL SCORES,
���' ����� WW****"* ���-��� n-a ii .-.ii -tn Mm
Northwestern League
Vancouver 10, Portland 0.
Spokane 3, Tacoma 2.
Seattle 5. Victoria 2.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 3, Los Angeles 2.
No other games.
National League
Pittsburg 8, Brooklyn 2.
New York 8, Cincinnati 3.
St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 2.
MAY ROBERTS
HAS ARRIVED
Charming Actress on First Visit
is Pleased with Prince Rupert.
May Roberts the charming actress arrived with her company
on the Princess Royal this morning. It is thc first time Miss
Roberts has travelled so far ninth,
and she expressed herself as delighted with the trip, and with her
first impressions of Prince Ruperl.
Tonight sharp at nine o'clock
she will make her debut lo a
Prince Rupert audience as thc
erring wife in Bernstein's greatest
play "The Thief."
IS GETTING HIS
Man who Tried
Wheat Market
Dead Broke.
to   CorAer
in   1887   is
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York, July 25.���Edward
L. Harper, who tried to corner
the Chicago wheat market in
1887, lost $0,000,000 in twenty
minutes, and incidentally carried
down to wreck lhc Fidelity Bank
of Cincinnati, of which he was
vice-president, for which he was
sent to the Ohio penitentiary for
ten years, has no income, and his
shirt studs and cuff buttons are in
pawn. These facts were brought
out here yesterday in the examination of Harper on a judgment
summons.
RIOTS  AT  PITTSBURG
Miners of Mansfield M ne Clash
with the Police���Some will
Die.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Pil sburg. July 25.���In a riot
last nigh between the m ners at
the Man field mine of the Pittsburg Coal Company, thre- constables, two detectives and a score
of milier   wen- Injured,   Several
of them will die.
MAGISTRATE CARSS IS
ATTACKED IN COUNCIL
Charged With Lenience Towards Gamblers by Aldermen Clayton,
Newton and Douglas���Mayor Hotly Resents Imaginary Insinuations Against Himself as Chairman of Police Commission���City Solicitor Will Bring in a Full Report of
Recent Proceedings Before Mr. Carss
Spurred evidently with the determination to tilt at every sort
of giant or dragon which threatens the fair fame of young Prince
Rupert, Alderman Newton, the
council Don Quixote has now-
couched his lance against Magistrate Carss. Over the recent
gambling case, the outcome of the
raid on the Grand Hotel by Chief
Vickers' officers the objections to
the magisterial conduct have arisen. At last night's council it was
moved by Alderman Clayton and
seconded by Alderman Newton
that lhc city solicitor furnish a
report giving particulars of the
recent gambling ease.
' Well that is a motion!" exclaimed Alderman Hilditch when
lie heard it.
"Sure," put in Alderman Douglas, "and a good one too."
Disgrace to Rupert
"It is a disgrace to Prince
Rupert," went on Alderman Douglas, "the way this case was hand-
lid by the magistrate. To fine
the dealer only 820 is a disgrace.
There are a great many complaints
going round about it in the city,
and there arc complaints about
the way the hotels are being run
too."
Alderman Douglas was mistaken about the amount of the fine.
It was $50. The city solicitor
hastened to correct him, Alderman
Douglas eyeing him keenly the
while. "Don't look at mc so
closely," said Mr. Peters sharply,
"I had nothing to tlo with it."
Not Police' Fault
It occurred to Alderman Douglas that the objections raised might
reflect against the police force
by leading to the impression that
they were lax. This he was anxious to prevent. "Prince Rupert,"
he said, "has got a pretty good
police force now, and I woultl
be sorry to think that they were
censured over this. But," he went
on with rising resentment in his
voice, "I have reason to believe
that the magistrate when this
case came up, reprimanded the
Chief of Police for having acled
without first telling him i'lxiui
it."
Strong for Square Deal
"I am anxious to sec everybody have a square deal as far
as may be possible in the city.
This idea of pulling up six men
and fining them while the magistrate reprimands the Chief of
Police   for   having   done   his  ab
solute duty, looks as if the whole
enforcement of civic laws is to
be confined to the hands of one
man who would constitute himself Prosecutor, Judge, and Jury.
This sort of thing is not to lie
allowed if our community is to
stand out as one in which thc
principles of right and wrong
are properly maintained."
A subdued murmur of applause
broke out amongst quite a numerous audience, at  this, and  Alderman Newton sat down.
Clayton's "King Bee"
Alderman Clayton used even
stronger expressions. "Very well,"
he said, "might ihe man who
owns thc premises go up and pay
the fines of the whole bunch
sentenced. 1 want to find out
what sort of spell this man exercises over the police force in this
city to escape prosecution."
The City Solicitor���"He was
prosecuted. I laid the prosecution myself."
Alderman C ayton���"Why the
man must Ih- King Bee of gambling
in this city. I mean to push this
thing to the limit. It is lime
somelhing was being done to put
right such a situation in tlu* city."
(Continued on page 4.)
WHY ROYAL WAS DELAYED
Time    Lost   on     North   Trip
Due to Tide and Fog
The long expected Princess Royal arrived about 11 a.m. today
bringing a good passenger list
including the M.ty RobertsTheatn
Company. The reason for the
Steamer's being so Ian- were several. Three hours were, lost waiting
for freight at Vancouver. Four
hours delay occurred waiting for
tide at Seymour Narrows, and the
Royal was fog bound for thirteen
hours at Aleri Bay.
Lost For Many Years
Years of misery can be saved
by wearing our footwear. Are
you wearing it? If not, get busy
and see Scott, Froud & Co.
"PASS RECIPROCITY OR GO TO COUNTRY"
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Pretented Hit Ultimatum to the Conservative Obstructionists
in the Houte Yetterday Afternoon���Borden Professes to be Willing
SCAVENGING BY-LAW WENT
THROU^FINAL STAGES
Mayor's Magic  Amendment   "Section Twenty-Six"
Throws Onus of Settling all Disputes Upon the
M:dical Health Officer���The Scavenging
Charge is 50c a Month
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, July 25. Another fatal
fire occurred at Silverton early
ihis morning whereby Donald Sin-
, I ir, an old-timer of B. C. was
burntd lo death in a fire which
d. i. toyed his cabin and contents.
At Railway Commission
(In Saturday 10th the Board of
Railway Commissioners will sit
in thc Court Room. Prince Rii|H-rt.
Thc City Solicitor will attend
to represent the cily. and look
after any business brought up thai
may affect the city's interests.
(Canadian Press Despatch)-
Ottawa, July 25.-"Pass this
reciprocity agreement, or prepare yourselves  to go to  the
country."
The above was the ultimatum
which Sir Wilfrid I .mirier delivered to the Opposition in the
HotltO of Commons Inst night.
The statement was received with
great cheering from the C.ovcrn-
niint followers. The statement
Octal an end of the deadlock
which has arisen over the measure,
prolonging thc present session of
Parliament to an indefinite length.
Mr. Borden Willing
In   reply   Mr.   Borden   said   it
was the duty of the Government
to pass the re-dislribiilion bill,
and at once refer the whole question of reciprocity to the people.
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE, Scconil Ave
May Roberts & Co. In "The Thief."
Curtain rises at 9 sharp.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third  Ave;
Pictures antl sonj*s, 7.30 p.m.
INDOOR      BASEBALL    LEAGUE.
Opening game Auilitonim 8.30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE   NOMINATION
MEETING.   Mclntyre Hall, 8.30 p.m.
Several  of his followers spoke in
like strain, and were cheered by
the Opposition, A sharp debate
with frequent interrupt ions followed.
Sir Wilfrid's Taunt
Taunted by Sir Wilfrid Luirier
that the Conservatives wen* really
afraid  to go to the country,  the
Oppositionr eplled with a storm
of protests.
Without much difficulty thc Scavenging By-law got through its
final stages in council last night.
It will come into force shortly.
Most of the interest centered about
the amendment Introduced by the
Mayor and known as Section 2(1.
This amendment simply provides
that all disputis in regard to ihe
scavenging work must be settled
by the Medical Health Officer.
Very Simple
"Section 20," is the answer to
all enquiries regarding the working
of lhc scavenging contract in the
city.
If you find yourself overcharged,
turn up the Scavenging By-law
at   Section   2(1  ar.d   read   lhe  di*
rections,
If the scavenger tloes not call
when   lie should,   turn   to Seel ion
20, and follow Instructions.
If you have a scrap with the
scavenger antl he betrays any
symptoms of relaxing his dignified
reserve, turn to Section 20, and by
attending properly to instructions
you may at once relieve the
situation.
Section 20 is the magic nitric* -
Charge for Scavenging
In the words of the City Solicitor ihe clause in lhe by-law
covering charges for domestic scavenging is gummed up thus: "The
total charge |M-r month for domestic scavenging is fifty cents.
The scavenger must do everything
for fifty cents a month. He must
do whatever the Medical Health
Officer siys should Ik- done. If
the Medical Health Officer siys
he must call every day. then
every day he must call, and the
charge must not exceed fifty cents
per month."
For the other premises mentioned specifically where the charge
is levied upon a quantity basis,
ihe fees paid will vary in proportion to thc amount of garbage
removed. The Standard is the
fifteen gallon can, and prices are
based on this.
BUY A CIVIC TEAM
Expert Horse Purchaser Needed
to Undertake the Awful Responsibility.
Hartley Dewart Chosen
Centre York Liberals have cho-|
sen Mr. Hartley H. Dewart, K. C,
the well known Toronto lawyer, as
their candidate for the next elee-
Pantorium PioneerCleaners. 'Phone 4' tion for the House of Commons.
dabra to charm away all jol i gl
in thc working of the scavengi g      M\Xt some discussion in council
by-law. list  eight  over the proposal that
|    Section   20   throws   the   whol  U  --���.*, y u-am should Ik* purchased
I business  oi   adjusting   difficulties^;,. (.(. ���_  is bu-H-ssiblc to buy one
upon the Medical Health Officer.
All the deficiencies in lhe by-law,
iir.d all the responsibility for what-
horse,   lhe   matter has  liecii  left
to the Board of Works to enquire
ever happens are laid on the Med-  into lhc Pria' ,,f 1,orsci' nm* fim*
ieal Health Officer by Clause 20.    'out where they can be purchased. THE   DAILY NEWS
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Tuesday, July 25
reason is because the two chief commodities required by Washington
from Briiish Columbia, lumber and fish, are both taxed by the tarilt
makers.
The Seattle  fishermen find  it cheaper  to steal our fish, rather
than pay a cent a pound duty.   The Canadian fisherman cannot s
it there in fair competition.   Our lumber too is heavily taxed.
Reciprocity will abolish the duty on British Columbian fish, open
the markets of ihe L'nited States, and build up a big fish industry
around Prince Rupert. It will also create a great demand for the
products of our forests.
After reciprocity passes, we will buy such foods as we need from
Washington at reduced prices. We will sell them increased quai dues
of lumber, and enormous quantities of our fish.
Afur reciprocity passes, Briiish Columbia will export more to
Washington than she now imports from Washington.
That means prosperity for us in two ways.
FIAT JUSTITIA RUAT COELUM
SOME TARIFF ECONOMICS���BRITISH COLUMBIA VS.
WASHINGTON
One unanswerable reason why British Columbia needs reciprocity, is because the tariff has proved a failure to prevent British
Columbia and the Pacific States from trading.
Above all it has prevented British Columbia from selling to the
Pacific States as much as we purchase from them, h has prevented
the possibility of our exports equalling our imports. The tariff has
proved a boomerang. It has recoiled on British Columbia and hit
her hard.
Not only half the world, but half of Ohnpus as well must be
laughing over the story of the Saskatchewan wheat loaves which some
hungry variet ate while on their way to England as a presc;il for King
George's breakfast    table.
The i'kc consists in the fact that on thc outside of the twelve
pour.d solid silver basket with golden wheat decorations which conveyed the loaves, was an engraved tablet with thc Grain Growers
motto "Fiat justitia niat coelum." (Let justice be done though the
heavi ns do fall). Th it hungry sailor who did justice to Saskatchewan's
loaves must have been n I-atin scholar ar.d a wit to boot.
Figures published earlier in the week showed that goods to the
value of over S".000,000 were purchased by British Columbian buyers
from the State of Washington during last year, while Washington
purchased a little over $4,000,000 worth of goods from British Columbia.
THE ADVENTURE OfIhTdEVIL'S FOOT
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
The tariff was put in force with thc object of keeping purchases
at home���to ensure that our imports were less than our exports. Thc
fact, that as between ihe Province of British Columbia and the state
of Washington, our imports were nearly double our exports, proves
that thc tariff is ineffective to accomplish its object. Every purchase
made abroad is an evidence of thc failure of the tariff to prevent trade
from following its natural channel.
According to Alderman Newton he knew all about the water-
shortage a year and a half ago. Then he ran for office and forgot
.ill about the water shortage until reminded a week ago. More
laughter for the gods.
After changing his tide almost as many times as Ald< -man Newton, George Morrow announces that he will run as an independent
Liberal. An independent candidate is one who is not afr. id to stand
alone.   Mr. Morrow evidently knows what's coming to him.
But who pays the penalty for this breach of the tariff's object?,
It is the people who purchase the goods.    It was the people of British
Columbia who paid thc taxes on that $7,000,000 worth of Washington
goods last year���not the people of Washington who sold them to us.
Like Napoleon who after issuing the Berlin Decree forbidding
trade with England, had to purchase British knapsacks and British
footwear for his troops to march to AusterlitZ to defend the Berlin
Decree, so the people of British Columbia after placing a penalty
upon Washington goods, go and buy $7,000,000 worth of them���
and pay thc penalty themselves.
Why is it that British Columbia did not sell to Washington l.i-t
year as much as British Columbia bought from Washington?   Tht
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"Well, Watson, it is on the face
of it a not impossible supposition. The man who had the
guilt upon his soul of having
brought such a fate upon his own
family might well be driven by
remorse to inflict it upon himself.
There are, however, some cogent
reasons against it. Fortunately,
there is one man in England who
knows all about it, and I have-
made arrangements by which we
���hall have the facts this afternoon
from his own lips. Ah! he is a
little before his time. Perhaps
you would kindly step this way,
Dr. Leon Stcrndale. We have
been conducting a chemical e.\-
periment indoors which has left
our little room hardly fit for die
reception of so distinguished a
i vi-aitor."
1 had heard the click of the
garden gate, and now the majestic
figure of thc great African explorer appeared upon the path.
He turned in some surprise* to-
wartls the rustic arbour in which
we sat.
"You sent for me, Mr. Holmes,
1 had your note about an hour
ago, and I have come, though 1
really do not know why I should
obey your summons."
"Perhaps we can clear the point
up before wc separate," said Holmes. "Meanwhile, I am much
obliged to you for your courteous
acquiesence. You will excuse this
informal reception in the open
air, but my friend Watson and I
have nearly furnished an .-. lui-
j lional chapter to what the papers
.call the Cornish Horror, and we
prefer a clear atmosphere for the
present. Perhaps, since the matters which wc have to discuss
will affect you personally in a
very' intimate fashion, it is as
well that wc should talk where
there can lie no eavesdropping."
right, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
The explorer took his cigar
from his lips and gazed sternly
at my companion,
"I am at loss to know, sir,"
he said, "what you have can to
ak about which affects me
i   very   intimate
spe;
personally   in   ^^^^^^^^^^^
fashion."
"The killing of Mortimer Tregennis." said Holmes.
For a moment I wished that I
wrce armed. Sterndale's fierce
face turned to a dusky red, his
eyes glared, and the knotted,
passionate veins stared out in
his forehead, while he sprang
forward with clenched hands towards my companion. Then he
stopped, and with a violent effort
he resumed a cold, rigid calmness
which was, perhaps, more suggestive of danger than his hotheaded out-burst.
"1 have lived so long among
savages and beyond the law,"
siid he, "that I have got into
the way of being a law to myself.
You would do well, Mr. Holmes,
not to forget it, for I have no
desire to do you an injury."
"Nor have I any desire to do
you an injury', Dr. Sterndale.
Surely the clearest proof of it is
thai, knowing what I know, I
have sent for you and not for
the police."
Sterndale sat down with a gasp,
overawed for, perhaps the first
time in his adventurous life. There
was a calm assurance of power in
Holmes's manner which could not
be withstood. Our visitor stammered for a moment, his grcat
hands opening and shutting in his
agitation.
"What do you mean?" he asked,
at last. "If this is bluff upon
your part. Mr. Holmes, you have
chosen a bad man for your experiment. Let us have no beating
about  thc  bush.    What do you
mean.'"
"I will tell you," said 11 Imes,
"and thc reason why I tell you
is that I hope frankness may
beget frankness. What my next
step may be will depend entirely
upon the nature of your own
defence."
"My defence?"
"Yes, sir."
"My defence against what?"
"Against  the charge of killing
Mortimer Tregennis."
Stcrndale mopped his forehead
with his handkerchief. "Upon
my word, you are getting on,"
said he. "Do all your successes
depend upon this prodigious power
of bluff?"
"Thc bluff," said Holmes, sternly
"is upon your side, Dr. Leon
Sterndale, and not upon mine,
As a proof I will tell you some
of the facts upon which my
conclusions are based. Of your
return from Plymouth, allowing
much of your property to go on
to Africa, I will say nothing saw
that it first informed me that
you were one of thc factors which
had   to   be   taken   into   account
in reconstructing this drama "
"I came back "
"I have heard your reasons and
regard them as unconvincing and
inadequate.    Wc  will  pass that.
You   came   down   here   to   a*.k
me whom I suspected.   I refused
to answer you.    You  then went
to   the   vicarage,   waited  outside
it   for   some   time,   and   finally
returned to your cottage."
"How do you know diat?"
"I followed you."
"I saw no one."
"That is what you may expect
to sec when I follow you.   You
spent   a   restless  night   at  yur
cottage, and you formed certain
plans, which in lhc early morning
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LARKFORD
The First Permanent
Townsite
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To be put on the Market along the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway in the vicinity of Hazelton -:-
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The Lots were put on the market a few days ago without any advertising and twenty-seven lots were sold in Hazelton the first day.    The following is a list of purchasers which shows the
class of investors, and most of these have signified their intention to move their business houses to Larkford.
WILLIAM J. LARKWORTHY, General Merchant
C. G. HARVEY, Hotel
McDONELL  C&  McAFEE,  Hotel
HARVEY C& McKINNON,  Real Estate
R. S. SARGENT, General Merchant
J. C. K. SEALY, Hotel
STEPHENSON Ck% CRUM, Contractors and Builders
S. B. SLINGER, Billiards and Pool, Tobacconist
J.  W. DAVIS, Interior Lumber Company
C. M. MACKENZIE, Interior Lumber Company
L. H. F. Siefker, Tonsorial Parlors
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This location will have the entire business of Hazelton and the vicinity established in Larkford by the day the Railroad arrives and the
rest are bound to follow to the immediate neighborhood of Established Business.
We also have the advantage of being directly across from the mines, and the traffic will pass through our ground.   Think this over and
you will readily recognize the logic.   Call at office of McCaffery & Gibbons, Third Ave., for plans and prices.
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McCaffery & Gibbons,   -   Agents, Prince Rupert
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Harvey & McKinnon, Agents, Hazelton.
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General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are Invited to contribute to Its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the rditer. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Center" will fill a social need.
SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY PUBLIC)
V. F. C. CAMHI.E
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE  PURCHASED
and - Stewart
Prince Rupert
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FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, tliBhwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or me-
chunii-s, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grind Hotel Free Employment   Office
Headquarters for cooks * waiters
Gasoline Launches. .^wc.B��~:
For Hire by Hour or Day
-BOATS III ll.T AND KI'l-AIKKh-
H Mult*        Ctw Creek        P.O. Boi 187
I'll"*,!- 2(9 URtKN
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Sale
���Lot Iilock Section Price
165             34           8 1325.00
bid 4           14           8 650.00
lsnd 8          36           7 2.000
|Come in and see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
1 NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Kond Av*., Princ* Rupart, B.C.
Windsor Hotel
FIKST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Stum Healed Room.
A FIRST  CLASS BAR  AND  DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
HA I IIS   FREE   TO   CHESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. MX 37
SAVOY HOTEL
Eraser ami Fifth 8t.
I he only hotel In town
with hot and cold wat-
��� In rooms. Beat furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms 50c
no. Phone 87. P.O.
Hox 1��.     :      ;      :
	
Prudh
omme A Fisher      proprietors
hGrand Hotel.
I WORKtNGMANS HOME
pn Beds, clean White Sheeta 25c
Rooms 50c
���ST IN TOWN  TOR  THE   MONET
J GOODMAN. Pr.pri.law
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::. FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
===E.   EBY   ca,   Co.===
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prlnoe  Rupert Lnd(*. No. SI a. Sona of
Kniilan.l. meet* the first and ihir.l Tueadayi  in
-arli month In the Carp��ntera Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. s.v .
P. O. Boi M2 I'rlnre Itupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President Box SI
\ Rochester dw
T Monroe
Ladysmitm
l       ' Coal
i\ . 'n'j'
N-.  '  Phone ns
-ALL KINDS OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WOHNEN     CHARGES REA50NABIE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Far Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER, (Proprietors
Th. New Knox Hotel Is run on the European
plan. Flrat-claa. eervlce. All the Ut-Nt *"'"'"",
ImprovemenU. ���'���-������ UED9 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
STRIPED
PLAIN
Plain and stri|x-d taffeta arc
effectively continued in a gown
built on lines suggested above.
The ni" lei employs tlie fashionable
little boleio uniquely pul together
with both materials. The arrangement of stripes in jacket is
especially pretty. Front and side
panels of plain silk are used on
skirl, the latter reaching only to
knee depth and finished with silk
fringe.
The jaunty little black straw
turban is trimmed with pointed
loops of -.11i|n*il ribbon.
Yeast-raised Muffins
One pint milk, 1 large tablespoon butter melted, 1 cake yeast,
1-2 teaspoon salt, flour io make a
batter. Mix all together at supper
time. Cover and leave in a
warm place. In the morning add
the beaten while of one egg and
a pinch of soda the size of a pea,
or a little more. Fry in greased
muffin-rings on a hot greased
griddle.
Browned Potatoes
Cut cold boiled potatoes into
thick slices and brown on both
sides in a larded frying pan.
Sprinkle with salt and pcp|>cr, and
serve very hot.
Glace Icing for Cake
One cup powdered sugar; add
1 tablespoonful lemon juice and
1 of boiling water, or a little more.
It should be thin enough to spread
itself slowly over the cake.
...Whites Portland Cement..
O. C. EMMER80N
AGENT
Phone 125      Niden Block      Second Are
THE NICEST SANDWICHES
Something New and Dainty for
Picnics and Suppers
The making of sandwiches is,
or should be, a dainty bit of work.
The bread must be well-baked and
old enough to cut evenly, for which
purpose the knife used should be
one with a thin, sharp blade.
It is very nice to have the butter
creamed���that is, worked with a
spoon until it is of a creamy
consistency���and then flavored, if
thc sandwiches are for serving
with tea. At all events the butter
should be softened enough to
spread easily. It is advisable
to spread liefore cutting the slices,
as they are more liable to crumble
or break if it is done afterward.
The slices must be thin, and the
crust should all be trimmed off
neatly. Care should be taken to
spread thc filling evenly; it is
disappointing to have a sandwich
that is bare in spots. For serving
at table or with tea, the double
slices ore cut into small triangles
or oblongs, but for picnic lunches
cutting in half will leave them not
loo big. For these outdoor lunches
the sandwiches should lie wrapped
separately in paraffin paper and
packed in boxes. If made some
time liefore they are required,
sandwiches can be kept fresh and
moist by covering them with a
damp napkin and keeping them in
a cool place.
Nut meats, which contain a
good deal of nourishment) enter
into the composition of a variety
of sandwich fillings. English walnuts are used principally, chopped
very fine. One very likeable combination is jelly or marmalade
ar.d nuts. Spread the bread,
buttered or otherwise as preferred,
first with preserve and sprinkle
over il the chopped nuts. Nuts
are also mixed with chopped apple
or celery, moistened with cream
or mayonnaise. Raisins, stoned
and cooked in a very little water
until they are tender, arc mixed
when cold with an equal quantity
of finely chopped peanuts, and
used for a Sandwich filling, moistened with lemon juice.
Cheese is another nourishing
constituent. Mix equal parts of
grated cheese and English walnuts
ground or pounded fine. Season
with salt and mositcn with rich
thick sweet cream. Spread between thin slices of buttered bread.
Peanut butter may be used instead
of nuts. Rub some cottage cheese
to a paste with a little cream, and
season with salt and a dash of
nutmeg. Moisten half as much
peanut butter with lemon juice,
mix the two together, and spread
on thin slices of brown bread.
Find the Right Grocer
��� AND ���
Your Table Troubles End
We sell the Right Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables
that are healthful  this weather.
Ideal Provision House
Thin] Ave., nearCthSt.
Phone 190
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ele., uie
Robin Hood Flour
V'otir Dealer Has It
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves ?
Graniteware      Tinware *>
SECOND - AVENUE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second even je and Third street
Over Weatenhaver BroB.' Office.
MUNRO  ��  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CARSS,        C V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C.. Ontario. Saa-
and Manitoba Bare. katchawan  and Al
berta Bar*.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Ofllce���Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth atrcet. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully trrate.1. Gaa and
local anasthe-Jc administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation tn*. Offices:
Helnerson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alax.M.Mans.ui B.A.,     W.K.Williams.a.A..I..L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box a
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rui'ii. or wm. roxoN, Esq.. a.*.a.h..'i on., ino
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH STREET prince rupert
ITEMS  OF
SPORT
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LINDSAY'S cU5&d
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly Riled.   Prices reaaonabla.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.     Phon. 68.
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 DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMBALMER
STOCK COHFLETK Pil,INK 82
While taking his morning run
in preparation for his recent bout
with Young Togo, Harry Forbes
got near the Oklahoma State
penitentiary, where guards, looking
for escaped convicts, twice chased
and detained him.
ft    $    Ift
The eleven of the Herman town
Cricket club of Philadelphia will
sail shortly for Iuirope and will
engage in thirteen matches in
England and Ireland, playing some
of the crack amateurs of King
George's realm. The first game
is scheduled for July 28 with the
Royal Artillery at Woolwich, and
the series will wind up at Cork
on .August 25.
*$*,    0    0
Miss Bertha Rapp is a wrestler
of no mean ability. In a catch-
as-catch-can bout on board the
S.S. Adriatic, which recently arrived in New York, she threw
one man and held out for twenty
minutes against another, the latter
weighing 185 pounds. Miss Rapp,
who weighs only 150 pounds, is a
Swedish girl who teaches calisthenics in New York.
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A course that will make possible
the breaking of all automobile
records is promised by tlie Savannah Automobile club, under
whose auspices the Grand Prix
and Vanderbilt cup races will be
held next November. Work has
already commenced on the track.
It is also planned to hold a number
of long distance runs, with Savannah as the terminus, from points
as far distant as Boston and New-
York, as well as from a number
of cities in Florida, Georgia and
the Caorlinas, just before the
races. An attempt to interest
New York motorists in such a
project is now being made.
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Except for the signing of the
articles, everything has been arranged for a match between Jack
Johnson and Bombardier Wells
for the biggest purse ever offered
in Great Britain. Johnson is to
receive ,830,000, win, draw or
lose. The sum of $15,000 is to
be deposited July 15 and the
other 515,000 is to be handed to
Johnson an hour before thc contest, which is to take place in
London probably in September.
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An attempt to cross the Atlantic
in a fifty foot motor boat will be
made by Captain John Wellcr,
whose craft, the Romania, has just
left New York on thc perilous
voyage. No power boat has yet
succeeded in accomplishing the
feat, but Captain Wellcr is confident of success.
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In the 1,000 yard shoot of the
Schumacher, Canadian riflemen
fared well in money prizes, in
which Corp. Roberts of Toronto,
shot highest for the Canadians,
winning 88s.j Lieut. W. 0. Morris,
Winnipeg, won 32s.; Staff Scrgt.
Richardson, Victoria, and Major
McHarg, 30s.; Lieut. F. H. Morris, Capt. Milne, Vancouver; Staff
Scrgt. Hall, Major McLaren and
Scrgt. Martin, Calgary, 29s.; each;
Scrgt. Guthaus, 28s.; Sergt. Freeborn, Pte. Clifford, Lieut. Mciklc-
john, Scrgt. Instructor Bayles and
Capt. Dover, 27s. each; Sergt.
Patterson, Lieut. Spittall and Sergt
Russell, 2Gs.; Sergt. Peter Armstrong, 25s.; Pte. Bibby and
Scrgt. Carmiehncl, Calgary, 23s.;
Color Sergt. Hodson, Calgary and
Color Scrgt. Hundcr, 10s., and
Pte. Warden, Vancouver, 0s.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  and  Sundays
at X a.m.     Special   fare  on   Sunday
Imiil,   $9.50  return  including  meals
ami berth.
���i. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simp-
Biiti,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island points,  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays anil 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
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B.C. Coaal Service
Fimous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE
Wednesday, July 26th, 9 a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. C McNab - General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
aaa  FOR ...
HAZELTON
MONDAY, JULY  24th
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
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H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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t w. j. McCutcheon jj
Carries complete flock of Drugs.   Special   , ��
attention pud lo fllllns prescriptions.      , ,
Tbeilre Block phonr no. to Secood Ave. !
NEW WEUJNGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave, next to old office of Optimist, sell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Bast mad* In Saattla.   Fruit and Caniti*.  wb,.l*.
sal* ami Retail. Look for Rath al-rt- at nl-thl
SAM GO WEN. Pruprlttor Phon* IM
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All ordom  received  at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert LodgeJ.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 thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. H. MORTON, Sec.
SH.'*��;-WKsg***gS:S*^^
REAL
ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Landa      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
WOK&fli THE DAILY NEWS
HUSBAND IS ABSOLUTE LORD
AND HEAD OT HOUSEHOLD
Judge Decides  He  is  Entitled to Order  His  Meals at
L any Hour, Choose the Servants, and Decide What
Food is to be Put on the Table
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-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
The Insurance People
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TV- Mack Realty ui hsvua Ca.
net I r the i
Hi      entitled u> his meals at did  -       ndom
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SHERLOCK
HOLMES STORY
'Cor.*...- .*. fSBSB ?*%���: I)
].-:, -'i tht Mar-:*  ~~���~~
to paid  .- iheir difference*. n
Mr   .'���'--:. left die court room tbe   new   supply
in smiles.   Mrs. Marrii Bui rain
the court's op-li   .-. .    imsetngir despatched '
Sews Office i    find    it
== had really br
ivtng  acted   agairs:   d ��� k
. itl   it   I aving   first   seer
you proceeded  v> put into eae-
.   on.    Learing  iw ti'/'1 V*
as 'la>   wis  breaking,  you filled
your pocket  with  book  ret
gravel   which   wa-- -aj/eri
beaide your (ate."
Sten ���:.:���    . :  '   a        -���: '     '--"
and looked at Holmes in ai-ruae-
:- ��� - ���
"You then walk .   ' ���'
���:���- mile whi'.h separated y/u
from the vicarage. You were
wearing, I may remark the same
pair of ribbed tennis -��� les whidi
are at :*.* pi lent moment u-v.-n
your feel At the vicarage you
j.isv .h the orchard
the side hedge, ".mir.x out
-.*.. a ��� . m of tbe lodger, Tre-
germis. It was now daylight,
but the household was not yet
stirring. You drew v/rr.'.* of the
gravel from your pocket, and you
threw it up at the window above
you "
��� sprang to his feet.
"I believe that you are die devil
himself!" he cried.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
Doubting Douglas
.'- the ���*rtkk of the
ity   is  clearly
the  ither alden
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Ti-.- -���-���   - '    '
Put the betas I
trv.
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The Best
Procurable.
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Water   for   Far   Out   Folk
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���  nugrity.    "The police may , be carri '      -
-   doing    heir duty all  rig! ���- be) ad S
\,%n I was goir. p)e are ar \ AI-
the hotels late the other ni| rman Hilditcr. is not vet
and if they were not doini jsiastic about d ���
I'd   '���>     ���*���".*    much   turpi
' ,- . I  ;:;.plaus<:   greet! I  1
*  of  iJouglas in  *.h-   -
-   - eh Holmes
I   don't   blame   ���' ���
mid Alderman MewttH
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when they are reprimanded
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term    r'-primar.d"!'' was attemp-     List of those who*'
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that it No. 'J.���H. H. McLean
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Cor. 6th St. snd S*cond A-- BOS
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Sporting Goods
Everything that should be in a
first class Hardware Store
vou will find
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Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Company
THIRD AVENUE
phone -.::
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MAGISTRATE
CARSS ATTACKED
nece*i>ary   for  the
P     *.* liefore tmdertakti.
to obtain authority from the n   .
or a mtml/<:r of da   i'
Comm.--: M ���   ������ * re-
���   triced tl   t he had never    eai
the magistrate reprimand th< chi--:  ,���.	
fori   '        ng got this permit inn
11 **** Be on the Spot Boys
mad'; out  'i compti te ca  \__
mid lhat he bin ell
10.-R. E. Harr.;,
11.-Geo. Livick
12.-C. Overn
13. -C. W. PecK
14.���James Russell
15.-A. P.. .McLeilan
Waau4-W -.- ��-.*������ ��� -. ���u-mB! ���
a a-sBtk *zA ma. K::i Pnu* Ba����R
H/-J ta ��
For Sale
taal *ai*aa4
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*a*ral tara-tt.    FiB l��-
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.'u A��a     Coiaa swr*s
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lf>,r.tinutd fr-,m ?*.%* Ont)
Hi '���"�� Hk*^k- ****** Fire Insu
ranee
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hoped  u> have bi   . e cast
.  for  trial  al thi       .     -  <ourt
Mayor Takes Umbrage          but it  w-
looked to the Mayor now ;���- -ri.,;   mighl     ���     '      n   by   the
Royal Blue Ribbons
Brotherhood Crescents
J
Notice
Taka aataoa -.iat tb* pa--.aar��k t rasnitisc ot
inn D. Unlt.ni* *ai Frut K��*-*r. <~<at--ae-_r-i
-*aiTT.&f o* a straat coctractiaf tu.t*n in it*:
C *7 of Pnata R.pan. ia tM Pro*-.at* ot British
r.   .- -.a. .-.-.r *.-. -a.Ta��   (    V-:--.  i   K.   ,
��� a-:..   -���-.  --..-���.������..-:., .��� :. ���   :���::    a.
> IMSUItMa *t tt* tantajrsa.j at** to bt v*a4 by ,
<-.-..:  m ���: ��� r. ,
a. d stoma
FP.ANK KEEEV
Da**; a-. Pr.iea K.i+r. *..*. i I--.-. :./ .'. }.:>M::
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Notice
Taka ****** Ibat H*err Cars Brackattn-ic* of
Jb* Clt-r '.f Pncea R-ip*rv ia Ib*  pnmaea of |
Br-, sb C-.-atav Rascbar. oc tb* 12tb oar cf
;., :-::  -*.:-.-������� n*. f - *.-��� s*-*rt   :
rradiura v. Stars-art 4 M��bi*-r. Lisitad. of Pr it*
R .taart afonaasd.
STEWART 4 MOBLEY. Limit*;
D G. |M��an, Maaac-Dir.
A.i sra��� for -.*.�� ntauof H. C. br-Ka*end��*
Datad at Mw P. st-*rt tbis Utk -iaj of J-r.l.-'.;
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>y��^��VM��VWWA^M^^1��W'\
-YOUR FOOD WIU. BE WELL COOKED ON A-
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from H5 to JaM.
Other Stove- I
WE   HAVE   ALL   TOT)   NEED    IX    BUILDERS'    HARDWAP.E
THOMPSON HARDWARE COY
S*<o��d A��aou
Ttltpbsa* IO
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1 ��� i*t* .      ��� '.*      *a:   -a
���   .a f-** f��*j��.      TV  Kki
xs C���Mir.
if AldetTnan Clayton was hinting ao i
that th*- Police Comroitiionen wen'
not doing .heir duty MUCH   WANTED
Mayor .-is ( hairman of tl,<* Police
Commission immediate!) resented
this.
"If then* is ;wi> m-in in this
eiiy," he said, "who can 'laim;
that hi* has a pull wi'ii th'* Police
Commission, I should Ii Ic*- him;
to 'rot out ridht fieri*.' I am
not going to stand for any Insinuations against the Police Board What -Ai- i' made v, man)
ami against myv-lf as ChairmanIpeople anxious last nixhi to i.r<<'
of   it     I   object   very strongly the arrival of the '    P. R. S.S
First Game of tbe League
At ths Au-aitorioa
MEAT IS  HERE Tuesday, July 25th
, Gam* call**i -*.45 iharp���Skaung AtUr
Princeia Royal  Brought Great 'ADMISSION ��� ��� �����"<
Chunks of the Finest for the
!&��h^S*.,. wmt Bring Hie Girls Along
Fed on Fish Again. .^������----���.
LAND PCKCHASE NOTICES
j      Business
Chances      j
KNIFE STILL IN
ENGINEER'S DEPT.
Sold and
Guaranteed by
Sm "Suy Sat 1statfory laJija
The Kaien Hardware Company
THIRD ANENUE
PHONE K��
Ova! nusemt Is Ka-rta* Platar** ��i*W-A
aar'.r tr. stan tktrsrjt ttelun iba* la Prbea
k.taart    ��rt*����>f r ban-'.-ar.     M   Darta.
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Aid. Newton Hears of H. Simpson s Resignation, and Expresses Hope His Place will
not be Filled.
to   such   Insinuations   from
member of this count il
"I make no insinuation! against
the Police Commission," said Alderman ' layton never batting an
eyebrow, "but I do ia) that II
things like 'his art- allowed to
go on hy the council, then ii is
time we dismissed the man responsible for tl," in "
Named Mr. Carss
So far while the term "Police
Magistrate" had been used oc>
casionally no one had made any
iltrei i mention ol lhe magistrate*!
name.   It was left for Aldennan
Newion to do ii He <lid it
without mincing the matter. "I
imam, my remarks," lie said,
"to apply to the police magistrate
of   tins  city.    To  prevent   any
mistake I will name him.    I refer
to Police Magistrate < arss who
reprimanded tho Chief of Police
l'-i: <��� < - - Royal? Up ii!l a late
l.onr dtktena were to In* -������
pai it v to -'t 'I fro  goii ���.- do�� i
wharf, and ri mt, it ({. even
riiiKing up Digby Island to discover where the Royal M.r-    An
anxious, not to say a hungry. 1'iok
haunted the laces of many of tin
watt hers It was not the "Lonely
for a ,-irl" look thai mii<ht havt
been 11 'ifi"l by the fact thai a
new theatn company was due to
arrive b) the Royal. It was real
hunger.
lor Prince l<u|nri has been
short of meat (or .1 number of
days now. For viine re.-'s/in or
other   the   last   Uiats   from   below
failed to bring the much desired
provender for the flesh i��ots o(
Rupert, Housewives have been
besieging apologetic butchers until
tin- p'-or men have exhausted
iluir little stock of meats and their
TO-NIGHT
EMPRESS  THEATRE
MAY ROBERTS
And War Company In
\���\ THE  THIEF ~     I
Skaaaa U--I liAtuMes   Iteevrf *.' '.���<** Rasa** '���
1. -�� *>^' I. Os-wi* K.aa* a�� s"w*n*t.
S.inh :...  *.   '     ���   A . tar-*-/*-   if.l��*��.*l la at.*:*.
a ms tMMM at Usa aaaitb-
a ti*:. in-*-**. -*a*a m *��*.--^
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s*-a*--l aara*r vt Iaa
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ruain. m naaat ��l *��is��*-����aai-��nt
���MHaiaasf I", ******** mar*... b**
:..'mj i-.oi: Kim.
i.j. Pr��*ir. 'arswa.a��mu
.-���   . U'-l l,��<f^    OsstrWI nl I -aa*. Rar,(* V
1... ,.* .. thai I. Ci-i** Lsi-M eil To-aw*.
A.. lantM**. tat***!-! ta awlr
trnror. tn piiKbas*. tba laHaalag tmmrnre*
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IIS, th****) f^inli Ki n, -*)
.-  -b�� aaatk
t*a*t errrrm
...-., hmmj* bank at rials*;
���*, |*a*in< >t e.n\nM.enmf*\
l,*-.-iJ.I/ li. Itll. 1*1 llli I ��|!  I *���
l'.i. ;. , H, 1<II r~l I. e�����.u, Ai*r.t
...-. 1*1 :. ��������� >���    DWM >.l ' oa*l ha*** V
las*   r..-^-��   '.a*   I.   I;.*,   l.,.-f.*o-n   f*l   Pria***
\X*p*t\ labarw, mrni ��������� aw-i/ lor t*rrr.m**i
��� *�� -l��*ril����l landa
~A+,e,r,g at
aaat aam*-r of Iaa
tla*nr> *,**.  ��/,  ai,.if,..  il^r,** anvth  W raaUM,
tbane. atwt V, cbalM lo |-.*nt of w*mii-ia**-**-*ii*,ii
l��,*-l J.ly U, llll JOHN   I     ���
I'ul,  NS ��� Pr*d I.   > o��*il. Afanl
Ska-sna la.r-1 [MaWMI    li����ri�� <A ' �����..- H..r.  '.
Ta���� r,<,.,.*�� Ikal  I. |-M*r Krttkaaa .'
Ry**art, l.t*��f*f.  ir,i*nd lo aptaty |..r t���rn,ios*-n
'��. ll'.r'l.a*-. Uaa- |r.l|a.*t ,r.*f d*-M*t*llaH l.f.d,
romni*-Mifi*| ������ * po*i [.l.r'a-i .rt in* nortb
t-at*k ..I lAiilm-T,. i I-**-* ��h*r* it.* r.iloa, rmhi.
<-!�����*-. -*n*a��aa and I rliaina U*b Irom th* *ti����
t-*fik, llaar.r.. aoull. I'I rl^ifta. th**,** ����n %i,
rhair... ln��T,r�� north Vi rhaina. Ihor.oa .w III
al,.,r.. la p.,,..' rd ���*wr,!--��**n--.a*n**it.
"    l��H I 1.7 IH   I   l!|l   K-aO-a
Royal Bank of Canada
lor
I>raii({htsman  H. Simpson  has
. .'-<1 from his poistion as head
of the draughting department of'
the   t'iiy   Engineer's department \
at the  City  Hall.    His latter of
resignation was received last night.:
In moving the acceptance of thei
resignatton Alderman Newion ad-.
ded that he would like to Include
with it the phrav- ihat lhe council
< \jire-sses the hojx.* ihat Mr. Simp-
- place in- not filled.    Colonel
Davis has recommended that Mr.
Parker of the draughting department  'ake   Mr.  Simpson's  place,)
and Alderman Newton does not|
, want any fresh help engaged for
j thi-. department, He siid at laat
i night's coundl milling that he;
thought ihe Engineer's department was fully staffed already if
not over staffed for alt thc work
they do.
ROOM FOR FILL"     I
ON SECTION ONE ��
Head Office: MONTREAL.
Capital. S6.200.000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $92,500,000
Established 1^-
Savings Bank Department. $1 will open an tccount.
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with sll P��rW �� w
L'nited States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON. Manager. Prince Rupert Brsr.A
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WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINE.-
-LIQUORS.' ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
-HERE ARE THREE OF OCR SPECIAL LINES-
BtldWeiSer Beer, We are sole agent* for Northern B.C.
Double 00 Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bolt.' i
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
n*t, *
ro *���< 5
l��i*d Inly ',
Puh. iul-r 2%
li*-! I. < Mad, Af��nl    Hvln and R��ril*tior,s nl lh* Hoird
Sk-*n. lard Hariri    Im,��i nl '-M Ran*. V< *' *'rt7 *}. '*?T2��SVj!.���
T.k. no.,*, lhat I. Hmiam.n A  p��h .!?..��, A   **  ' ARTW RIOWT.   	
S    Ii.   .-n-.i-,*,��n   m*rrh*nl.   Int*nd   to   ai.i.lv   ���    _._..,���, SaCT-tarr
}y****mM to po��h~ ,h* W-o.ln�� d^S-l   R��^ * .^i��on~ to, r.���.,..
I .mm-^rin.  ai   a  aat   j.l.r.a.1   ���n   ih.  **..    1'slrf al Olia��s ISIa 2Mh tJajr a�� iaiia, Itll.
I*iund*rr and *l*o-ui fiv* rhaina Irom th- south-'
.... mm i,l Let UM, ih*n*s. nonh "SO rhains.   .^__^__a_a^_.a
-,...<   ,^.<    <(.   r,..,r...   tharta*  *oajtfc  Ml  tsialn*.
'hrnr* ��f*-*-. .10 rh.ina l��� ,K,,nl ol , nwllii llieMSI. I
l>a<*d Jun*2l. Ikll. HKNJAMIS  A   Pllll '
Puh. J.iljr 2'. Fr*d K. ' o-����ll, Ae*rt
Sks��ns land f,i.lrirt     pMlM '.I Ins-I  llan(a V
Tal.- nMir.. Ihai  I, Ad-.l-.h II   ' hri.ii.t.w, of
To��n*r,    Norlh    llak'-ta.    .rf^,,.a" ,��,n    .tiorft-T
Th*   ILael -ot   tl.il*.*   rv-mmii*alontar��.
Canada   will   hold*.   mUsi  al   l-rir.r*   Hup
H. C . on or aho*ii ll* lttli dajr of Aem*t, ISII, I
at th* h-i.it of 11 STSMSB la lb- fnr*noon for tb*,                                              .
tnirj*"**   nl    h^rinf    malt-ra.    application*.   er_    ,     ...	
romid.ir.i. ri**-1 .i<h <h- Board and merM m  But Aid. Hilditch Wants Pref-
th*  **naa   ,ri*rwt*d   is   aeenrdane*  vith  the)
To Root Out Free-lova
Tacomc. Wash., July 2.V--Tiil-
.  era!  and  county officials  today
si Isw. ,n,��nd l>, ��'.|.ly l���r |a*rn��*...,n lo |.urrha*>     , ,    , ,
,h.. t..tt.,��,n��d-aa*rii��'l land. ,|i i |i|i r|    to    t;ikc   iiggressive    steps
' ���Ar.m-r.nne a,  a x-" plant~l atmit on* and , , , ,     ,
*Sme.SSm2l.}'2' n'"'*^* .*>���. ���!���� *����*7" '"  'lesiroy   tin*   colony   of   free-
lovers which for several yoari has
exisletl ;���! Home, on Lake H,i\.
���.ll milea from here. Ran, |,cm
in lhe Vicinity hove made numerous ooaipiainti lately  becauat
TJjtlt  I'.,..*  ..n   lh-*  .��,   Ma .,1   l.tM.  i^ai*..
"2 .l" iT." ^ **"'nl '""" "�� labMron,, ihaor.
?Sm\) IV. 'l",n'' 'J*""* ���"*"   *" f><*"<: I
rtf.-ll,   ai,  rhaina, th*n**
d -*>n*nm*nr*m*nl
*l rhaina io point
iteiiw*881*" ^awaawL
PRICES   11.00, 7Sc, BOc.
DOORS   -Open 8.30.
SEATS    Nearly ell eold
Curtein 9 sharp.
I      ���ria".,1.S'. ,"*'a"',    ."""'"   ���* ' *m   IUn*.  V
i..j.,...wX:wrr;n��w!;i^;.%1^ "' *��� oniony  men and
���-rr^TiVji' cnff'.fira 7h.;���h: ^Tnk 1 *'""" ��� ,,:'vr ^r^x^ ���* buUni
~W&*imZTE&��i\^ Mgi"1 '������,' "'"I" and ptndlag about
erence Given to Owners of
Lots who Want to Improve
for Building Purposes.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
lHl-J!"^^"7'-1,,'���,rm","'
Pot.. JialrtS.
.llie    Kireils    witlmul
p^eco.*h.a���� It rouble to clothe ihemaelvcs
In Section One there is going to
Ik* room for rather more fill than
(he City Kngincer has to dump,
and lot owners in ihis section arc
.H i ordlngly benefited. Those owning high lots can now find room
for n limited amounl of fill nearer
their   lots   than   might   otherwise
have been.
At last night's council Alderman
Hilditch was rather emphatic that
preference should lie given to
those lot owners who are anxious
M build and improve lots for
ibustlMfaS purposes, rather ihan tho-
: the U. who wish to imporvc simply for
I speculative ends.
Wc have Fresh Lettuce, Strawberries,
Cakes, Peaches, Plums,
Apricots, Tomatoes and Green Onions
To   Residents of Sections S, 6,  7 and   8--W. deliver promr'1-'-
our foods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city
��lu MUSSALLEM & CO. aia^jaft
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