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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Aug. 23
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The Daily news
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II, NO. 191
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, August 23, 1911.
Price Five Cents
CURRENCY
*&**���
Ihurried to hospital
with badly hurt head
John Kaia a Finlander Employed  by Messrs. Foley,
Welch & Stewart at Mile 44 Hit by Derrick Chain
Brought in on Special���Will Recover
animation he was found to have
been stunned and the Injuries to
the head will not prove fatal. At
the time the train arrived Messrs.
Foley, Welch & Stewart had no
particulars of ihe accident, but
Information is row sti[>plii-d by
;lit* hurl man himself.
Derrick Chain Hit Him
Hi- says he was working aliout
the derrick, when something snap*
piil, and the jib, or the derrick
chain falling carried him to the
ground. He lost consciousness
and was picked up for dead. An
appeal to the G, T. P. officials
resulted at >>t ce as is always the
case. In the prompt supplying of
�� special train to bring in the
injured man at the fastest speed
IKissilile, antl very little time elapsed between Ilis accident, and hospital treat men I.
YOUNG AT 108
Mrs. Clarke, England's Oldest
Woman
Rushed into the city yesterday
fiernoon on a special train from
klik* 44, John Kaia, a Finlander,
[nmltiyi'd on rock work by Messrs.
oley, Welch 8. Stewart on their
, T.  P, construction  work at
McDougaU's Camp is in the hos-
L.-.l miiiiy suffering from a badly
luri  head.    When   the  train ar-
Ixi'tl   i.   was   thought   thai   the
���i     would die as the accounts
If  the accident and  his injuries
In,  ,1. the effect that his skull
badly frafctured, and he was
Illi'i.I'M imis.
Doctor Met Train
Dr. Eggert wiis summoned early
I met the train. A Pony Ex-
���rc-s riit wits in attendance im-
oviscd into an ambulance with
lattrcss, etc., and the injured
,'t. w.'-a conveyed as swiftly as
!*.-i!ilc to lhe hospital.    On ex-
ISLAND COAL
BY THE FALL
Corporation Developing Skidegate Inlet Coal Lands expects
to Make Shipments Shortly.
[The Briiish Pacific Coal Com-
any, Limited, <>( Vancouver own-
over soot) i'cr.- of l;--d near
idegatc Irlct, Graham  Island,
tin* Queen   Charlotte  group.
p. eta to make iis fierst shipmnts
anthracite early this fall.  Very
pisfactory progress is being made
.i gang of miners who have
. n engaged then since ilu* middle
May, according to Mr. Alcxan-
rr  Paulds,   M.   K.,   consulting
pneer,    Mr.   Faulds  has jus.
.urn.d from lhc- properly when
spent :��� month in thaldng a re-
iiinii'i'.ion of the coal measures
<l laying out a plan of permanent
lv. l.'MIIM'llt.
["The company In-.s six parallel
im- of coal [-aggregating twenty
..( which three are workable,
|rytng iu thickness from three
twelve feet," s-id Mr. Paulds
lay,    "'rin- coal  averages BO
^i ..nt in fixed carbon and Is
I adapted for domestic and
.mini; purposes.   Another good
tture is that ii is low in ash and
bl.il.* mutter.
'Without inking into consider*
In-   ol her   seams   I    h;vc
estimated that the lowest one
within the limits of the property
should produce thirty-six million
tons to a workable depth. The
development work thus far has
been quite satisfactory. The main
working will be less than a mile
from .idewaicr. There is no reason
why small shipments should nol
be made this fall as soon as a
wagon road has lieen built."*
WILL PUSH CONTRACT
J. D. McArthur Talks on Hudson Bay Line
London, Aug. 22.���Accompanied
by her youngcsl sm', a frisky
youngster of 66, Mrs. Rebecca
Clarke, who, at the age of 108,
claims the distinction of being
England's oldest woman, attended
this week, a garden party given in
her honor.
Mrs. Clarke looks half her age,
can read without glasses, is blessed
with vigor, health and perfect
hearing.
In fact, in such a remarkable
state of preservation is she that
some of the most eminent medical
men of the empire have become
interested and are busily engaged
in examining and comparing notes
upon this interesting old personage.
Aiaii.ii.ii.w.iiaiia,! ���>*,*.���**.**���*,.***.��*.
j BASEBALL SCORES
���p, ���*...*... *** I. >*...*>.i>** ..^ii a**^s-**^*a*aJa***aJ>s**,
Northwestern League
Vancouver 0, Sea.t t le 2.
Victoria 3, Portland I.
Spokane 4, Tacoma 1.
American League
Cleveland 1, Boston (I.
Chicago 3, Washington 1.
New York 9, Detroil 4.
GREAT INCREASE
0i-*^fcii***^f**-*m*^^a-^n*^-ir.
Sailor Burke Wins
New York, Aug. 23-Sai-
lor Burke outfought Billy
Papke, claimant to the middleweight championship, in
10 rounds last night.
Dominion   Customs   for   July
Take Jump
The Dominion customs returns
for July show receipts of 80,097,485
as compared with 85,724,714 in
July of last year, or an increase of
8972,770.93. The first four months
of thc fiscal year show an increase
in customs collections of 83,305,942
as compared with the same peroid
last year, the total collections
being 825,917,749. The total collections for the mouth in Ottawa
were 887,330.91, which is a large
increase over the amount for the
same period last year.
G.T.P. DIVISIONAL POINTS
FINALLY ANNOUNCED
First One Out From Rupert to be at Mile 120- Second
Near   Aldermere���Third   West of Fraser   Lake-
Statement   by   G. T. P.   Townsite Agent
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
NEW LOCAL FIRM AT WORK
ON LAST IM OF THE LH
Rumored Delay Over Signing of Contract by Messrs. Foley, Welch
& Stewart Lowest Bidders for the Last Gap in the G.T.P.
---Other Firms in the Field���Group of Local Men Including M. Sheady and Vernor W. Smith to do First
Stretch  East  From Aldermere
Calgary, Aug. 22.���In an interview unlay with J. I). McArthur
who was successful in landing a
big c.iiir.'.ii of the Hudson Bay
railroad from ihe Pas to Thecket
Poriitg.*, ;i distance of 185 miles,
-..ill ro .inu- would be lost in
sii-rtirg this work. He was prepared io commence work almost
Immediately. He had plans and
a staff already prepared for active
Construction work, and considerable progress would be made this
fall. His National Transcontinental con I rail from Su|>crior Junction io Winnipeg was practically
completed.    This  would  enable
him lo take a large amount of
equipment and men from the
o.  T.   I*. construction  for  the
Hudson Bay work.
DESCENTS PULLED PLUME
FROM QUILL DRIVERS
siting  Indoor Baseball
Lively Audience Resulted
Boys   by   28-19-
lti.si.nts in "Do or Die" form
|t'T their drubbing by the Royal
Hi"'*- last week, let themselves
��� With relentless ferocity upon
���< luckless Qullldrivers last night
\<\  laid  them  OUt.    .Tlie  sore
19*28 iii favor of the Cres*
B's i..i the end of the match.
M.lls w,*t, not up to their usual
ftli   though   aboul    the   sixth
ping they displayed a fleeting
fn of llit ir own style, and kept
���'".Wil guessing how the match
j>!'ld ultimately  go.    Suffering
pin   R   relapse,   however,   Quills
r' ground in the last two Innings
jili lho result they now deplore.
j It did ih,* Crescents a world of
after iheir heavy luck las,
kk in have things their own
' v ��galn, and   their  play was
Match  Last Night   Before
in a Win for Brotherhood
Quills off Color
Immensely  popular,    Quills too
have their enthusiastic fans, but
only too prominent in the roar
of the rooters was the insistent
eloquence Of B notable named
(we ihink) Mister Riley, and famed
for his skill in the compunction of
COCktailS ar.d oilier delectable dtli-
Cades that trickle. This expert
roottr who excels in  lhe ironical
vein tendered particular and pointed advice to the Quills. "Aw,
give him B tennis racket. He
Can't bit il wiih that." "Send for
a football, plci"*e do, please."
"He's i'<> list. He's nervous," are
SSfflpleS of the remarks going.
They greatly amused a lively
crowil including a spriglilly sprinkling of girls, but needless lo say
they did not encourage the Quills
Reports from Winnipeg during
the* last few days have indicated
that there has lieen some delay
over thc signing of the contract
for the last 415 miles of grading
lo lie done on the Grand Trunk
Pacific transcontinental railway line
between Aldermere and Tele Jaune
Cache. No reason has lieen given
for this supposed delay. At Winnipeg, and here in Prince Rupert,
;is well as at points along the
(i. T. P. eastwards, thc general
impression is that the contiact will
go without doubt lo Messrs. Foley,
Welch & Stewart. But it is now
known thai two other large firms
at least tendered for the work.
These are the Toronto Construction Company, and Messrs. Wilson
& Company, Minneapolis,
Confidence in Large Firm
Regarding the reported delay
over the signing of the contract
Mr. I). McLeod of Messrs. Foley,
Welch & Stewart, remarked that in
all probability there would be
some little delay after the opening
of the tenders, as the contract
would require a good deal of
consideration. He was convinced
that his firm was able to underbid
any competitor, and also operate
the contract more efficiently owing
to their special experience with
the country and the work, and lhe
fact that they have all the plant
on lhe spot.
New   Local   Partnership
Another very authoritative local
report is that a new partnership
has been formed between M. Sheady who is already busy with the
contract for the clearing of the
first fifty miles of right of way
eastwards from Aldermere and
several local business men the
principal name mentioned being
that of Mr. Vernor Smith of
the Foley, Welch & Stewart firm.
This new firm it is confidently
believed by many stands the best
chance of doing the first hundred
miles at least of the grading from
Aldermere cast, and th fact that
M. Sheady is already busy with
thc clearing of fifty miles of this
stretch with a large gang of men,
makes the rumor more probable.
Across Summit Soon
Montreal advices give it out
definitely that thc contract for
the last stretch belongs to Messrs.
Foley, Welch & Stewart, the firm
having promised il is said, to have
lhc steel across thc summit to
Tele Jaime Cache by December.
Railhead is now only twenty miles
cast of Yellowhead Pass at the
summit, and grading is in progress
west of the divide to Tele Jaune
Cache. Messrs. Foley, Welch &
Stewart will undertake to complete
the entire British Columbia section before the end of 1913, when
the line will be opened for through
traffic.
The work idong the route between Aldermere and Tete Jaune
Cache is much lighter than on the
100-mile Coast division now being
operated.   Generally speaking lhe
country to be traversed is open and
level. A wide valley extends all
the way from the head of naviga
lion on the south fork of the Fraser
to Fort Ge rge.
Thc final survey of lhc Grand
Trunk Pacific north from Fdson
inio the Peace River country is
being completed rapidly by L. E.
Silcox, who with a party of assistants has been working through the
country -since the opening of spring.
Mr. Silcox is now about 35 miles
north of Edson and is working
southward toward the town. The
information has been obtained
from good authority that when
he reaches Edson the final survey
will be completed. This should
be by the end of the present month.
Some difficulty lias been experienced in getting a satisfactory
grade over the ridge between the
Athabasca and the McLeod rivers.
Several preliminary surveys were
run and the final has been located
around the eastern end of the ridge
where it hits been possible to secure
a four-tenths grade on the main
line. Following this survey the
roi'.d will run northeast from Edson
until it passes the ridge between
the McLeod and the Athabasca,
after which it will swing around
Into the valley of the latter stream
and run northwestward to a suitable place for .crossing. It is
understood that Mr. Silcox has
connected up the survey from
Edson wiih the old survey made in
1907 through the Pine Pass.
Definite announcement of the
location of three divisional points
on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in Briiish Columbia has been
made by Mr. G. U. Ryley, land
commissioner and chief townsite
agent of the company, Winnipeg.
Mr. Ryley will accompany President Hays and party to Prince
Rupert next week. He will also
go inland several hundred miles,
probably as far as Houston, in
Pleasant Valley, a townsite in
which the railway owns sn Interest.
First Divisional Point
The first divisional point out
of Prince Rupert will be up the
line about 120 miles, and the
second one will be located east of
Haielton near Aldermere in lhe
Bulkley Valley and some distance
west of Houston. The third divisional point is to be established
west of Fraser Lake.
New Townsite Sale
Nothing has yet been defii ivelj
decided aliout the e. mpany's plans
for a townsite in the vieii i.y of
Fort George. There will be at
least one and possibly .wo divisional |Miints on lhe line lietween
Fort George and'Edson, Alta.
The compel y owns ;; townsite
iit the west er.d of Fraser Lake, a
large it laid su*. and another at
i' poinl or the south shore between
thc e.-st ;*. (1 west ends of the lake.
Lot:- in the former townsite will
likely In > iTcrcd to the public by
private Bale next month.
Every province in the Dominion
will have a composite exhibit of
its resources iii the Canadian
National Exhibition, Toronto, this
year which opens on Saturday.
IT WAS THOUGHTFUL
A merry little li-iu eh party was
given a few days ago by Mrs.
A.T. Parkin ton number of rfriendi
The honored guests were Rev.
Mr. Melvin and bride. He is
here releiving Rev. 1". W. Ki rr
Among those who enjoyed the
treat were Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Williams, Miss Maud Eason, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Manson, Mr. nnd
Mrs. D. C. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs.
T. McClymont, Miss McLcnnigan,
and Mrs. Beckwith.
After the sail on the harbor a
good supper was served at the home
of Mr. and Mrs, Stuart.
J. M. CLANCY
WRITING EXPERT
Manager of Bank of Montreal
Called in to Examine Productions in the Receipt Forgery
Case Today.
HARD TO CURE
Mrs. Josephine Reda Faces the
Music Again for Liquor Trouble.
Josephine Reda charged with
supplying liquor lo an Ki-dian
was i'sked to account for herself
before Mr. C. C. Perry, Indian
Agent iit two p.m. today. This
woman has within the past fortnight payed 1400 in fines for
illicit liquor dealing.
Conservative's Choice
Aid. H. H. Stevens was nominated Conservative candidate at
the convention held in Vancouver
last night.
Tomorrow morning further evidence will be taken in the case <>.
Fred Clarke, the young man charged with forging a post office money
order receipt for a sum of $87.tit).
Today Mr. Clancy <>f thc Bank of
Montreal was asked to examine the
handwriting and give his opinion
as an expert.    Various specimens
of the handwriting of accused
are entered as productions. Charles Wormald, the complainer, has
a notebook in which are sonic
Writings said to resemble the writing on the receipt, and also letters
by accused on Sons of England
notepaper. City Solicitor Pelers
is appearing for the proccsution,
and. Mr. Alex Manson for the
defence. The case may lie a
prolonged one.
Happiness to Them
A quiet and attractive wedding
took pli.ee last evening when Rev.
W. II. McLeod married Miss
Emma Johnson of Masset, to
Captain Charles Gaerdcs nf Van*
couver.    The plcis'.t't evelll  hap*
pencil in Mclntyre Hall.
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MINTO CUP MOVEMENTS
MUCH COVETED TROPHY
Chance for New Westminster to Hang on  to the Mug
Still���If They Beat Vancouver Next Game���Home
and Home Games Must Decide
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o                                            BANKS TO CIRCULATE MORE MONEY o
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O                                                                     (Special to The News) o
O               Montreal, August 23.      The banking position in Canada is strong," says a leading o
O banker.   "While the chartered banks express their ability to handle the crop movement o
O during the coming fall, they have some fear as to circulation.    Several are very near o
O their circulation limit, and one exceeded that limit a short time ago. o
O               The bankers desire greater circulation facilities during crop movement   period. o
0 Conservative bankers consider that capitalization, on which the note circulation rests, o
0 has been increased to the limit of prudence already; the next   alternative, therefore, o
O may be attempted, and the Government will, in all probability, shortly be asked to o
o lengthen the period in which the banks are allowed to increase their note circulation o
O by fifteen per cent, to include the months of September and March as well as October, o
o November, December, January and February." <j
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
New Westminster still have a
chance to win the Minto (up.
It has been held by them for a
few weeks over three years. They
won it in July 1908 from Montreal
Shamrocks,   who   took   the   cup
from  the capitals ilu- previous
year   by   virtue   of   winning   the
championship of the National Lacrosse  Union.    A  chronological
.f il..*
table  of  the  movements
Minto Cup follows:
1901���Cup presented io Ottawa
Capitals.
1901���Caps defeated Cornwall.
1901���Shamrocks (champions)
beat Vancouver Y. M. C. A.
1002- Shamrocks beat New Wesl��l Nationals, 7-3, H  I
tminster.
1904���Shamrocks beat Capitals.
1005���Shamrocks beat St. Cath-
irincs.
1!M)(^   Shamrocks beat Souris.
1000   Caps (i-lii'.mpions) awarded cup.
1007 -Shamrocks again won the
championship and cup,
1008 New   Westminster   beat
tin- Shamrocks,
1000    New Westminster defeated Regina, 0-4, 12-2.
1909���New Wesl minster defeated Tecumsehs, 0-4, 0-5.
1910���New Westminster defeat-
d Montreal,  10-4,*13*5.
1010    New Westminster ilefeat-
1903-
ford.
-Shamrocks beat   Brant-
Pantorium Pioneer  Cleaners,
Phone 4. wmmmmm
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thi-* means to the* purchaser of goods that could be unloaded at Cameron
Bav without excessive wharf dues.
When Judge Mabee stated that there had been some monkey
business sunn-where he expressed the opinion of every impartial citizen
with even a moderate power of perspicuity.
It is evident that the G. T. P. would dearly like to corral every'
particle of business on the waterfront, They realize thai ii is going
,u be their greatest money maker at this port, while they have tht lease
for 21 years, and standing by ready to aid and abet the company is
the Provincial Government whose members don't care one tot. * boul
the people so long as they please a few well fe*d plutocrats. And the
present city council of Prince Rupert looks on with a fatuous smile
exerting itself only t>> please political patrons at Victoria to the questionable advantage of the city.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Aug. 23
ANSWERS A LOCAL MANAGER
HOW RECIPROCITY WILL AFFECT THE COAL
INDUSTRY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Among the great industries of British Columbia which will be
helped if the agreement reciprocity comes into force is the- coal in-
dustry. This industry under reciprocity will be a great immediate
help to British Columbia, and a much greater help in the future when
the great coal deposits of the Skeena district and the* great coal deposits
of the Queen Charlotte Islands are opened up.
BkMU Und District-District ol Queen Charlotte
islands ,
Take notice that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
Run" occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
he'Chief Commissioner ol Unds and Works for
a licence io prospect for coal, oi and netroleum on
SaduS�� ihe followim defenbed lands on the
u'^rt Coast of Graham laland:
W&*��K-*S| at a post flamed three m0-����rt
nl the southeast corner o! C L. No. MTO tnence
I north -Sen. ". thence east Ml chains, thence south
(0 chains, Ihenct* wert 80 chains to point ol commencement. ArsTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'uh. Auj. 19.
Skeena Und District -District ol Queen Charlotte
Islands .
Take notice that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
Ruiiert. occupation saddler, intends to apply to
the Ch ef Commissioner ot Unds and IN orks for
. licence t�� prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowing described landa on the
We * Coasl ol Graham Island:
I ommenclng al a post planled ti^��"*"��*
ol the southeast corner of C. L. Ho. 4a*J6 thmtl
a!) chains west, thence 80 chains north. 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains aouth to point ol commencement. AVSTIN M broWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
skeena Und District���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Islands ,      .
Take notice that Austin at. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler, intenda to apply to tho C Mil
Commissioner of Unds and Works for a licence
to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following described lands on the West Coast
ol Graham Island: ... ���,_ ���.,
Commencing at a post planted three milrai east
of the northeast corner ol C. L. No. 4169 thence
eaat 60 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains lo point ol
commencement.   ^^ M   BR()WN   Loc,.or
located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
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Iii argument on reciprocity with a Daily News man the other
day, the well known and efficient manager of the- Ixst paying municipal
concern in Prince Rupert asked the following questions: Why make
a reciprocity agreement when the tariff reformers e>f the L'nited States
are certain to reduce the almost prohibitive duties levied upon Can- tariffs 45 cents
adian goods entering the Republic.no matter what  Canada does or in Canada, but not enough t��. affect the pockets of any b
At first sight it does not look as if the coal industry is to be greatly j skena und MMot^gleg* ��t Queon Charlotu
affected.    The only change proposed is to make both tariffs agree.' J*. ���^Xi*^V*o*?��� .fchS
At present the U. S. tariff on coal is 45 cents per ton, and the Canadian f-^to^A'ftt'-KS
The proposal is to standardize them, malting both under xL following dweribed lands on the *--..*-��
"     * Coast ol Graham Island:    ... ., ,
Commencing at a post planwd three miloa east
ol the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4169 thence
south 80 chaina. thence 80 chains wet. thence so
chains north, thenc. 80 chains eaat to point ol
tariff is 53 cents.
The change* is a slight one, making coal a little cheaper  J%>j**'**&*fm*^J>t}
large-
fails to do by way of tariff reductions? Why should Canada "buy"
tariff concessions from the Republicans when she can secure them
from the Democrats free- of cost?
The local manager will like to see his questions answered in detail
by the Toronto "Globe" which says:
In one form or another these questions are aske-d by the opponents
of reciprocity whenever they meet a pronounced supporter of the*
agreement. Waiving for the moment the fact that the removal of the
Canadian duties on natural products will be to the advantage- of tht
people of Canada, and taking the view that by reducing the taxes
we levy upon ourselves, we are- "buying" the right to enter the L'nited
States market on more favorable terms than at present, is it true-
that we could get these concessions without buying them?
"The Mail and Empire in trying to make the point that political,
and not economic, reasons govern the people of the L'nited States
in dealing with the agreement, says of it:
consumers and traders.
But a revolutionary change has been made in the tariff. In return
for the concession re-moving 8 cents per ton off our tariff nn coal, the
Canadian negotiators succeeded in securing a very' important concession. They succeeded in getting Canadian coke placed on the
free list in the United States. It was a masterstroke that means
enormously to British Columbia.
commencement.
Al'STIN M.
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug, 19.
BROWN, Locator
Skwna Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ot Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply lo
th* Chiel Commissioner of Unds and V, orks lor a
licence to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the lollownig described landa on the
Wet Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the southeast corner ol C. L. No. 41.0 thence
. north  SO chains,  Ihenco oast  80 chains,  ihence
south 80 chains, th.nc. wmi 80 chains lo point ol
of the Westernl���******* AUSTIS M. brown, umsm
Coke is used in the great smelters and   foundrie
Stales.   But the State of Washington has not coal of the proper quality \ |*��t*du,Au1��9u*t '"���l9M
from which to make coke.   She has to import all the coke she needs
from other states.    British Columbia has immense coalfield
menous coa
a tariff barrier of a dollar a ton had been placed against Can
adian coke to prevent it entering  the United States.    Recip-
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrlct of Queen Charlotto
of bltU- 1 lalanda
_ Tako nolle* that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
of   the   right   kind   to   prexluce   llillh   nualilV  coke.      But   Rupert,   occupation   saddler,   Intends   to   apply
to the Chiel Commissioner ol Lands
lor a licence i
on and under
"-*->-*a.|*l
 It 1
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in  Northern B, C.
K-*��*>���*
-���"-���---a
*"***-*-~~*
'It seems now in a fair way of issuing from the Iiitcd Statis rocity will  remove this tariff barrier.     Under the reciprocity
Senate in the form in which it was transmitted to that chamber from agreement Canadian coke will fcnter the United States free,
the House of Representatives.    If it docs, nothing remains but the*
signature of the President, which will be spee-elily attached to the I-ill.
It is safe to say that no other tariff bill could thus smoeithly make
its way through the present party confusion in Congress. A general
tariff revision bill passed by the Democratic House would be defeated
by the Republican majority in the Senate, and if it came to the worst
would probably be vetoed by the Republican and protectionist Prt-i-
dent.'
"In  this blunt way���nol appreciating thc  importance of  the
statement���- The Mail and Empire blurts out the truth and confounds
the- elaborate arguments ol ihe Tory platform orators
truth  that a general tariff revision  bill passed  by the  Democratic
House for the reduction of the duties on imports from Canada and
What *ill this mean f>.r British Columbia?
It will mean that the foundries and smellers of the Western States
will find it cheaper to buy their coke- in British Columbia, instead of
in the Eastern States.
It will mean that British Columbia will be treated as if she were
a sister state.
Ii will mean that the miners of Nanaimo and Ladysmith will
have lots of work to fill tin- orders for the coke makers.
It will mean lhat the coal areas ol the Skeena and the Queen
For it is the!Charlottes will have io lie opened up to supply the great demand
for coal for coking purpo-i -.
It will mean that all this coal will have to be turned into
all other countries would, as matters stand, be defeated by the R.-  coke in British Columbia in order to take advantage of the
publican majority in the Senate, and might���The Mail's 'would prob- free admission of coke.
ably' is rather strong- be vetoed by the President.    It must not lie It will mean prosperity for lhe coal operators, the coal miners,
forgotten that Senator La Follette and his band of insurgent Senators, the coke makers and the transportation companies of British Columbia,
who now lead in opposing reciprocity because it may hurt the farmers
of the States along the border, would just as emphatically oppose-
any general tariff bill coming up from the House of Representatives
thiit would give free entry to Canada's grain and Other natural products.
"This being s... it is evident that tht Democrats, though they
control the House of Representatives, have no jxiwcr now���and e-an
have no power until the inauguration of a new President in March,
1018, .it which lime they may have a majority in the Senate and a
Democratic President���*to place a tariff reduction law on the statute
book. When the Conservates say that Fielding and Patereon 'paid'
for ;t reduction of the United States i.'riff they could have had for
nothing, they state what Thc Mail and Empire declares to be untrue.
Mm tiny will continue to stale it. The pretence that ihe Democrats
could and would have given free entry to our natural products without
any reciprocity agreement is too useful to in- abandoned.   It i-* part
of the tricky two-fan*.I policy pursued by the Opposition in i very
Province of the Dominion. Only now and again, as the result of
what will In* regarded iu anti-reciprocity circles iis foolish frankness
such as that ol The Mail and Empire, are ilu* eli etors told how Impossible under existing conditions is a general tariff revision iii the United
St.ii.-.    It i- either red, i icily as a <i rlaimy now or a chanie of lower
duties iu 1913 if the Democrats win tin nexi Presidential election."
It will mean that new coal am - will have to lie opened up iu
Northern Briiish Columbia.
It will mean that shafts will have- to be sunk, mining machinery
built ind ertcltd. and mining villages and towns brought into existence
where solitude now dwells.
It will mean thai coke oven- will have to lie built and operated.
Il will mean that Heels of ok. -carriers will have to be built and
manned and operated, to carry cargoes of coke to the Pacific States.
It will mean the dawning of a new and brighter day in
the commercial history of British Columbia.
and Works
licence lo prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum
the lollowing deMribed landa on the
We*t Coaal of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
ol th. southeast corner of C. L. No. II.0 Ihence
west 60 chaina, thence north 80 chaina. thence
east 80 chains, thenee aoulh 80 chains lo poinl ol
commencment. .      .., ...   ,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucaior
Located August 1st, I'Jll.
Sk*��na Und District���District ol Quoen Charlotte
Islands
Tak. notice that Austin It. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupallon aaddler, int.nda to apply
to th. Chi.l Commlaaioner of Unds and Worka
tor a licnc. lo prosprct lor coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the lollowlng dweribed lands on the
West Coast ol Graham Island:
Commonclng at a poal planted three mill's east
ol lh. northeaat corner ol C. L. No. 4471, thenc
W chains ��asl. ihenc 80 chains aouth, thenc SO
chaina �����-'. thenc 80 chains north lo point ol
commencment. . 	
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucaior
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
SkMna Und DUtrlct-District ol Quen Charlotte
Islands
Tak. notice that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
Rupert, saddler by occupation, Intenda lo apply
to th. Chid Commiaaioner ol Unds and Wurks
(or a licnc lo prospect (or cat, oil and petroleum
1 on and under th. lollowing ���l.-.rnl-vl Unds on lhe
West Coaat ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mile* east
ol lh. northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4471 thenc
south 80 chaina, thenc wrat SO chains, thenc
north SO chains, thenc eaal 80 chains to point
ol commencro.nl. ���      	
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,   Locator
Iaocatad August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. IS.
Skena Und District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tak. nolle that Auatin M. Brown ol Princ
Rupert, occupation saddler, intenda to applv to
the Chiel Commiss-loner o( Unds and Worka tor a
licnc lo prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following d***crlbed landa on the West
Coaal of liraham laland:
Commencing at a post planted three miles past
ol th. a.,11' l.i-aai corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenc
north SO chaina. thenc east 80 chains, thenc aouth
SO chains, thtnc* ����l SO chaina to point ol commencment. _   _   .   .
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aua. IS.
SAMUEL HARRISON
(notary public)
V. P, Q, i-.AMBLE
Samuel Harrison Ko.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHA.**ED
Stewart
Prince Rupert
and
Do You Want
Value for
Your Money ?
Why not eat lunch.'on 'ami dinner j
Exchauge : Grill'
The  Price   35   cents-   -IS   RIGHT
and tha cuisine and servirv up to i>ur I
well established stumlartl 1
j   MILNER A BOWNESS    ���   PROPS, j
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NOTES DUE
After visiting the waterfront officially Judge Mabee of the Railway
Commission enjoy. .1 a trip ill the power boat Evelyn of the Dominion
Quarantine Department in charge of Dr. Tremayne.
All Prince Rupert launch owners are delighted to se-e that the
Chairman of the all powerful Railway Board lik.s a launch trip. It
means thai hc must realise how magnificent are the opportunities for
power l.o.it service lure whether for pleasure or profit; and how certain
il is that   I'rince Rupert Will soon possess a mosquito fleet second
to none on the American Continent. Convinced by practical experience
of this, Judge Mabee is hardly lik.ly to approve the Idea so cheerfully
swallowed by all but three hesitating members of the rily council
that Prince Rupert's mosquito fleet can quitt nicely be relegated
to the background in Shawatlans Passage, or anywhere out of sight,
no unit i.r how inconveniently for launch owners and launch patrons.
Let   Aid.���rinen   Ililditch,  Douglas, and  Newton wake up again and
take courage to renew ilu- battle for the bays. Even late In the day
as ii is, something mi y yet be done to save safe harbors for the mos*
qulto fleet within easy reach ..I the business and residential centres.
The decision ..f ilu* Railway Commission on the dispute between
ilu* ('.. T. P. i*.r.d J. Y. Rochester and his supporters over the filling up
ot Cameron Bi , will be look..! for with a good deal of Interest.  The
issue is not on, .lu i will nu rely effect die- parties that made application
''������i * ommlsalor t��� have the br.y rc-opened, but to everybody whose
outside ol the c. T, V.
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Cr.-  Qa|A.   lent in Section 6 with
rOl   dale.   51 foot frontage at a
bargain.   Close to Fulton Street.
Wanted to Trade:
Improved property in Sectioc 1 for
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Pattullo Block.
Change of Ownership.
This ia to Slve nntlr*ths   I. t**%S*3&**j*21
told m. lm.lneM at >h* OfJIMl  "old I" '���"'''r
Broderlu.     All persons hoMlnir *^"!��J"���"1,
,he tlranri Hotel are rc���.c.ledI ... MM  In   he same
i at once to me, for payment    All ****j��&ZT
j .Irani, Ho,*, .re ,., 1. paid *$g*jMfa
Slwetm Lund Mlatr let���Diatrict of Quaeo Charlotte
_ Uandi
1 iiku notion that Qeo. II. Laux of I'rince Rupert,
to. C., occuputlon barber, Intenda to apply for
permission to purchaao the following doneribud
landa:
Commencing at a post planted about aeven
null'-, weat and one milo aoutb (rom the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thence south B0
chaina, thence weat 40 chaina, thence north 80
chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. H. LAUX
Pub. Am-il 22. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeona Land District���DUtrlct of Caaaiar
Take notice that 1, Mary Carln of  Stewart,
B. C, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permlasion to purchaae the lollowing deacribed
land;
Commencing at a post planted two (2) milaa
south and (2) two mllea weat of the forka of tbe
White and Flat rivers, thence 80 chains nortb,
thenco 80 chains west, thence 80 cbaina south
thence K0 chains east.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May i:i. Francia S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena Land Dlatrlct-Dlstrlct of Coaat
Take notice that 1, Mrs. John Corley of Prince
Rupert. B.C., occupation married woman. Intends
to apply for permiaalon to purchase the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains east
in.il 120 chains south from the southwest corner of
lot 1738, Coaat Diatrict, Range I., thence aouth 80
chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina. thence north 80
chaina, thence weat 40 chaina more or leas to the
point of commencement, containing 820 acres
more or less.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Date Mar. 20, 1911
Pub. Apr. 4.1911
Skeena Land Datrlet���District of Queon Charlotte
Take notice that George FrUaetl of Prinoe
KuiK-rt, B. C., occupation butcher, intenda to apply
for permiaaion to purchase tbe following deacribed
landa;
Commencing at a coat planted about seven
miles west and two miles south of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where It empties into Naden
Harbor, Graham Island, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains weat, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chana eaat to point of commencement
and containing t>40 acrea more orleas.
Dated March 17, 1911 GEORGE FRIZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demors. Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Range 6
Take notce that 1. Joe Jack of Prieoe R. p.rt,
B. C, occupation carpenter, Inund to apply for
permission to purchase the (ollowing deecribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about three.snd
one-half mllee distant tn a south westerly direction
from a blind alougb from Obaervatory Inlet where
the aamo touches the Indian Reaervo thenoe east
80 cha na. thenoe "tith mj chains, tbence weat80
cbains, thence south 80 chains to point of commencement, conUining ti4U seres more or leaa.
Dated April 14, 1911. JOE JACK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und Disuict���District of Coaat Range 6
Take notioa tbat Lettie McTavish ot Vancouver,
B. C, occupation married woman, inunds to
apply for permiasion lo purchase the following
deecribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-
weat corner 100 cbaina sast and 20 chains nortb
from the northeast corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a
Survey, Coaat Diatrict,Range &,tbenee 20 chaina
aoutb, thence B0 chaina eaat, thenee 80 cbaina
north, thence 40 chaina waat, thenoe 60 cbaina
aouth, thence 40 chaina west to post of common*
cement, conUining 400 acres more or leaa.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Caaaiar
Take notice that 1 Francia S. Praaton o( Prinoe
Rupert. U. C, occupation proapector,  intend to
apply  for  permlasion  to  purchaae  the  following
ieacrlbed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles south and two milaa weat of the forka ol
tbe WhiU aod Flat rivals, tbence eoutb 80 chaina
tbence eaat B0 chatna, toenoe nortb 80 chaina,
thence waat 80 cbaina.
Dated April 20, 1911.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub Af ay 18
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dietriet of Cout Range 6
Take notio* that I, Frank lUcka ot Port Ea*
alngton,  occupation   merchant,   intend   to  apply
(or permiaaion. o purchaae ths following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tbo aouth
bank of tbe Eichumaika  River and about four
miles from lu contluenee with the Skeeua Rivar,
i tbenc* 80 chains west, tbence 80 chaina north,
ihence  HO chains east,  tbence eouth   80 chaina
, to potnt o( commencement, containing 640 acrea
mure or leaa.
Dated AprU 21, 1911. FRANK  HICKS
I'ub. April 29.
v-keena Land Diatnct  -Dutnct o( Quaen Charlotte
Islanda
Tako notioe lhal George W. Arnott of Prince
KuiM-rt,   ll.   C,   occupation  real  eataU   broker,
inlands lo apply (or permiaaion to purcbaae the
(ollowing described lands:
I     Commencing at a poat planted  about  aeven
miloa and onr-half mile weal and one mile aoutb
from the moutb of Stanly   Creek, Naden Harbor,
ihenee weat SO chains, tbenos south 80 chains,
thence aaat HO chains, thenoe north 80 chaina.
Datad Marcb 17, 1911. GEO. W. ARNOTT
I'uh. April 22. Numa Demerm, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ot Caasiar
Take notice tbat 1, Alloa M. Knouae of Prineo
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon married woman, InUnd
to apply (or permlsaion to purcbaae tha following
dwrriU>d laads;
Commencing at a post planted about two milt
aouth and two milee weat ot tbe (orks o( Wblu
and Flat rivers, ihence north 80 cbaina, tbence
east 80 chaina, tbenc* eoutb  BO chains, tbence
west tlO chains.
Dsted April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May II. Francia S. Praaton, Ag*nt
Sk**na Land District���DIsUlet of Coaat Rant* 6
Tak* ootic* tbat 1, Clara May little of Prince
Rupert. B. C, occupation spinsUr, InUnd to
apply (or p*rmlaton to purehaae to* following
daacribed lands:
Cotnnwneing at a past planud at th* north
waat corner of Lot 173ft, Range ft, Coast District
thsno* eaat 40 chaina. tbenc* north 26 chains
ihenc* weat 81 chain* ihence north 20 chains
thence west 10 chaina, thance south 4ft chains to
potnt  ot   commencement,  containing   lit  M
EXdApriTi, 1911.        CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 1ft.
Coast Range ft Und Diatrict
Tak*  notio*  tbat  1,  Jobo   Hepburn  of   Kit-
���umkalum,  occupation  farmer,  Intend   to  applv
for parmiaaion to purchaa* lb* followng described
laads;
(ommenclng at a past planted st the Dortheaa
corner of Lot 3983, thenoe east 20 cbaina, thanca
���outh  40 chaina, thonc* west 80 cbans, thencs
north 40 cbains lo plac* o' commanesmesil-
hated March 13, 1911. JOHN  HEPBURN
Pub April 11
Skeena Und District-District of Caaaiar
Take   notios   tbat   1,   Thomas   Macgovern  of
.Stewart. B. C, occupation i mer.lnund to apply
tor permteton to purchase tbe following described
Unas: ..      -_-,
Commonclng at a poet planted on tha right
bank ot lb* Naaa river about (our mllea above the
(orka of tba Naaa rivar, tbenee south 80 chsins,
thencs weet 80 chaina, tbence nortb 80 chaina,
thenen eaat 80 cbaina lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acre* more or less.       .j,,..
THOMAS MACGOVERN
Dated March 26, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Und District-District of CaasUr
Take notice tbat  1,  Isaac O'Brien   Forb**
I'rince Rupert, B. C. occupstlon carpenter, inun
to apply for permtaion lo purchase the folio win*
described land*:
Comm*nctng at a poat planted about flv mlleae
���outh and one mile erect of the fork* of theWhlu
aud Flat rivera, thence north B0 cbaina, thence
waat  80 chaina, tbence south  80 cbains, thence
luted AprU 18,1911.  ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
Pub. Mar 18. Francia s Preaton. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict Diatrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notie* that I, Hell Hall Kanney of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
Intand to apply for permlasion to purchaa* tb*
following deecribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at nonh east
oorner of T. L Ut 88628, thenoe running wert 40
chsins, (bene* north 80 chaina, tbence east 40
chsina, thence eouth 80 chslns to plac* of commencement containing 320 acraa more or leaa.
My poet la on aoulh east corner of land applied
(ot, marked letters 8. E., about one mile wast of
Uke Ukelse, eoutb side of Skeena river Dlnriet
of (oftrt   Kange I.
Dated AprU 20. IM1.      BELL HALL KENNEY
= THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
SUGAR GIVES ALARM
Tells Cook When Water in Kettle Boils
The secret of gootl tea lies in
pouring hot water over the leaves
just as thc water has come to a
boll. If the water has had a chance
to boil a while, some of the air
in it passes off and the taste of
the tea is much inferior. Of
course, a cook cannot stai d around
thc kettle waiting for the exact
instant thc water comes to a boil,
so a German invented an alarm
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to tell just when ihat moment was
reached. Two metal arms extend
out over the spout of ihe kettle,
and arc connected by wires to
an electric bell. When the ends
of thc arms meet a circuit is
formed which rings the bell. These
points of contact are separated
when the kettle is put over the
fire by means of a lump of sugar
placed between the two. The
first puffs of steam lhal issue from
thc spout, just as the water is
beginning to boil, melt Ihe sugar
and bring the arms together, ringing the bell. The cook then pours
the water over thc tea leaves at
once.
FORTY CENT BEADS
Thought to be Heirloom���You
Can Get Some
A girl who has just come back
from Italy wore around her neck
over a dark blouse a necklace
of rope gold tied loosely at the
bust line and finished with two
long tassels.
Every one who saw this chain
spoke of its beauty, thinking it an
heirloom. The chain was nothing
but a rope of tiny gilt glass beads
bought in Venice for about 40
cents, "I am sorry now," she-
said, "that I did not get more of
them. I brought one for a friend,
ar.d we have both had the same
experience. Every one thinks it
one of thc old gold chains of
colonial days. Over there they are
so plentiful that it cheapened the
chain to my own mind."
The friend, who was up in
beadwork, straightway copied this
chain for herself. She si rung
twelve strands of coarse yellow
silk with the tiniest gill beads to
be found in this country, twisted
them into a tightly coiled rope
and finished the end with a big
gold bead, from which hung tassels
of tlie small ones.
The effect was not so good as
in lhe Venetian chain, for the same
delicate beads could not be found,
but a showy and unusual ornament was achieved to brighten a
diirk blouse.
j ITEMS  OF . .
ISJL9 RJ
Niw- York Herald.���Isn't
body going 1<> s;.ip that
"Ty" Cobb?   Only got  on
r
any-
luiiii
bast-
four limes.
bandaged I
a triple, tl
Went to
i.-ft hand, si
en a^single,
bat wuii a
'iiinud out
waited for
safe on an error,
���"to be continued
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third Btreet
Over Westi.nhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAll.KY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avsnue.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
TO-
(From Thc Pall Mall Gazette)
Thou wast made beautiful exceed
ingly,
Fashioned to show how human
clay may take
Impresses of its Maker's artistry
For Beauty's simple sake.
Some vessels doth the Potter shape,
it seems,
For list alone and service, homely
ware
Of every day, and t hen He sudden
dreams
To make one solely fair.
Working in color, curve, and line of
grace,
Touching   wiih   skill   supreme
until llu* whole
Beautiful body, still more beauteous face,
Shrine woman's soul.
Pub. Mar I*.
tobn llav.tly, Aj.nl
ftk**n�� Un.l District-District of Casslsr
Take notlc* that I, Thomas Cart*r. of Princ*
lluprrt, occupation carp*nt*r. Int*nd to apply
for permission to purchaM th* following dascrlb*
****l land. .... ,.
Cornm*nclna at a post pl*nU*fl aliout on* mil*
south from th* mouth ol Falls creek aod aliout
1*Ki feet back from the beach, ihenc* 80 chains
north. Ihence 10 chains west, thenc* SO chains
south, thence east 40 chains lo point of oommence-
menu conulnin, 330 Maj^-J^
Dated July 7lh. 1��U.    Charles Wetnter Calhoun.
Pub. Am. 6th. Aaant.
skeena Und District -Diatrict ol Coaal llanio V
Taka   notica   that   I,   Tsui   Haaen   ol   I'rlnc*
Rupert, laborar, Intend to apply lor permission
In purchaa. the lollowln, deeerit-ed lands:
Commencing al a poat planted nn the north
bank ol Williams Creak about M) chains aoulheaat Irom II. II. Ihence south 10 chaina, thenee
east 40 chains, thenee north 40 chains, thenca
west 40 chains to point ol commencement.
Hated July 7, 1��ll7 PAUL IIAOEN
Pub. July 26. Fred Vi. Cowall, A|��it
Sunshine Salad
Slice a seedless orange very thin
and put lhe slices in a glass dish.
Cut a few blue plums into halves,
taking the pits out, and scatter
the fruit over lhe slices of orange.
Chop a sour apple fine and put a
thin layer of this over the other
fruit. Fill the dish with this
arrangement of fruit, slices of
orange being on top. Make a
sugar syrup not too thick, and
when it is coo! pour over the
fiuit. Chill in the refrigerator and
serve with whipped cream.
Exceedingly handsome arc thc
ribbons of metal net. edged with
and inch baud of Persian silk.
o  o o
Gruel, when properly prepared,
should Ik* a little thicker than
cream and should Ik* absolutely
free from lumps.
o o o
Dampness will soon tarnish brass
work, but if it is kept in a dry
and cool place it will remain untarnished for ii long time.
o  o  o
A little achohol rubbed on quickly will clean a dirty window lietter
than soapsuds;  ammonia in wash
water is equally good.
o o o
Physicians claim that sleep is
more refreshing in a darkened
room. It is well to accustom
children from Infancy to sleep in
the dark.
O   O   0
The true empire suit has yet to
be evolved, and il is doubtful if it
would prove worth while should
it ever be represented among
fashionable models,
o o o
Brass polished only with rotten-
stone and oil will have a deep,
rich yellow tone, while the acid
polishes leave it whiter and more
brilliant.
o o  o
A      flannel  dipped  in  spirits of
turpentine  will   be  found   very
ust fill in cleaning the porcelain
tub or sink. Kerosene will answer
almost ;is well.
o o o
Cut  ostrich   feathers  are   now
being made into braids for trimming hals and dreams. These
come in all colors that iire adapted
for street and house wear.
four balls, was
stole two bases*
in our nixt."
O    O    0
New   York   may   keep   Detroit
from a pennant, bui Chase's team
cannot prevent Frank Navin cleaning up more road money than any
other rival in the league. The
Tigers have played lo record crowds
in every city on the circuit. The
home patronage, however, is said
to be far below the big league
standard this season, despite the
runaway race which the Felines
threatened early in the season.
o o o
The insinuation that Hal Chase
may have picked up the wrong
pitcher Clarke from the Western
brush sei ins somewhat substantiated by the latest averages. Up to
Sunday the Clarke of Sioux Cily
(now a Yankee) had won but four
and lost nine games.   The Clarke
of Topeka, who is said to be the
real live wire has won ten and
lost seven. Topeka, by the way.
is in next to last position while
Sioux City is one of the pennant
contenders.
o o  o
A Cleveland despatch says that
Cy Young, the grand old man of
baseball, has lx-en uncondilionally
released by thc Cleveland club.
He has a pitching average for 21
years of .621.
o o o
Hartford, Conn., Aug. 20.���
Sanction for an auto meet at
historic Charter Oak Park, the
home of llu* thoroughbred, has
been received, and il will be held
on September '.), with Raplh De
Palma as the siar.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box S51
ALFRED CARSS,        0, V, BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C., Oiitiu lo, Saa-
and Manitoba Bars. katchewan   ami Al
berta liars.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlca-Elchanire block, corner Third avenui* nnd
Sixth atrrat. Prince Uuuvrt. U
WM.
S. HALL, L. D. S., D.D.S.
DENTI8T.
Crown and Bnum* Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anasthelics administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Heliterson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manaon B.A..     w K.Willi.inia.n a.. 1..1..1,
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. 0. box ax
PRINCE HUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*1*1*11. OF WM.  roXON, ESg., A.K.*.M..'lON.. ENO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AOENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography andTypcwriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRU8T CO.
Phone 318.
TOGO TO COME
Vancouver will Shout "Banzai"
on Sunday
(Canadian Press Dcs|ialeh)
Vancouver, Aug. 23.���Admiral
Togo, the Japanese naval hero, will
arrive here on Sunday. A great
reception is to Ik* held that evening
in his honor.
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ava. batwatn 10th and I Ith Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
STREET CAR FRANCHISE
Burnaby Questions Validity of
That Held by B. C. R ly Co.
(Canadian Press Despaleh)
Vancouver, Aug. 23.���Burivby
municipal council doubt lhe validity of the franchise held by thc
B. C. Electric Railway and the
latter have threatened to take ilu-
matter to the courts.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
PUPILS IN GLEE
Schooner Full of School Books
and Supplies Wrecked
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Aug. 23. ���The gasoline
schooner F. S. Kedfit-ld of Sim
Francisco, which left here iii June
with BOO tons of supplies for the
government schools in Alaska is
re|)oried ashore ill Cape Prince of
Wales in Behring Strait.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Iran, Wllcsak. Paris and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
hbB.   EBY   CBl   fll !!������
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITS!UK At..  M . B.   <".
S. O. E. B. S.
Th* Print-* Rupert Lodire. No. 11k, Sons of
Enalend. meets the Orel and third Tuaadaya In
aach month in the Sona of England Hall. 2nd Ava.
at S p.m.
F. V. CLARK, time..
P. O. Hm "12. I'rince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. 1're.i.leM. llo�� 21
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano. Violin and
Voice Culture.
���o
J&SftJSSL-K The "Frisco Standard"
Cut reprtaf-nta thr*t-
cylinder tvpe "Krfaeo
RUntUrd" Gaaolln*
Engine. aft#a2Ah.p. to
126 h.p. 1       :
Quick  ileliwi .    of   ill
ala��a from 4 h.p. tingle
cylinder upwardi.
1911 CRICKET TOURNEY
Hard Luck for Visiting Teams
at Victoria
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria,   Aug.   23.��� The   first
day's   play   in   the   1911   cricket
tournament resulted disastrously
for visiting teams. Blirrards (Vancouver) lost tO Victoria by 01 runs.
Seal tie lost to Esqulmalt by four
wickets.   Saanich defeated c.ar-
rison by 2.r) runs, Albion (Victoria)
defeated Strawberry Vale by innings and 51 runs.
2nd Ave,
Between Tth & Kth Si*..
Prince Rupert
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMHAt.MEK
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HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. EMI1ALMER.1
Fun*ral   Director*
3rd Ave near filh St I'hone No. SS
-AUENT8-
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co.
Office Phone: Blue M
Wall Equipped Repair Shop
P.O. Box 516
Works on Wharf I Phone 3IS
Accesaarlea Carried
o
Good  Idea
This month at Vancouver the
Pacific Coast Association oi Fire
Chiefs is holding a convention and
the   secretary   suggests   thai   our
{own Fire Chief of Prince Ruperl
should attend as all the most up]
to date appliances and methods
will  be  on  view  anil  under discussion at the convention.    Re-
Oui-rrcd to fire committee.
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR  THE   MONET
GEO. BRODEKIUS. Proprl.lor
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THE DAILY NEWS
SPECIAL LOCAL       |ACME BY NAME
INTEREST HERE;   ACME EVERY WAY'
.
Mr. William C. MacLaren, General Manager of Halls, Limited, Manufacturers, Brockville, Strong Supporter of
Reciprocity, Has Intimate
Prince Rupert Relations.
"1 desire to put myself on
record as a manufacturer in
complete   accord   with   the
reciprocity agreement, 1 have
given the matter of this agreement a great deal >>i thought,
and I have found nothing in
it except benefit to the people
of Canada.   I canr.ot understand how manufacturers can
take any other position.  This
agrcement in no sense injures
any  of  us,  and  cannot  fail
to be ii big thing to the farmers and artisans."
Mr. William C. McLaren whose
plain, practical and eminent!) business-like support of the businesslike  policy of reciprocity is ex-
pressed  above, is  personally interested in Prince Rupert, as litis tlu   elder brother of  Mr.  J.
Lome McLaren >>f this cily.
As a manufacturer Mr. William
McLaren is fully entitled to speak
since his firm employs over "ilM>
hands, h..s work- extending over
Growth of a Well Known Store
in Thia City Proof of What
Can be Done -Two Branches
Now Up Country.
Two years ago a little clothing
store was opened on  the  Rupen
Road, It was just a two by four
place, but ilu* young men behind
the management of it were obliging
and courteous, and in addition
in ihis they kept the best lines of
gents' furnishings and clothes at
the lowest possible prices.
Crowing pairs got hold of that
Btore and later the Acme Clothing
Company were forced to move
to larger premises on Second avenue close to the corner of Sixth
street.
They did well there, so well that
a few weeks ago a complete set of
modern fittings and show cases
was installed and now the Acnn
can boast of having the most up
io date and larget stock and best
equipped store in the city. This
is not all. A branch store has
been opened in Hazelton ar.d
another one is to be opened in
Taylorville shortly. Appreciating
the enterprise antl value of this
store the Slater Shoe Company
gave it the exclusive agency for
a whole blink .'i Brockville, and|siater shoes which an- the most
has the distinction of being tin* famous ahd reliable in Canada.     j
The business of the Acme Cloth-!
ll
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"The News* Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion
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-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
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Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Lift-
Marine
Ai'i-iilt-nt
Flute Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors  and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ��� Houses and Kentals.
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Hon** to Loan on Prince Rupart Rati gflats.
Airreoments of sale bqunrht.    P.O. "-"* ***���
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USEFUL
PRESENTS
For all occasions can be
purchaseil from our up-
to-date stock of   :    :    :
only firm in Canada, perhaps even
iu the world, to have shipped
glows by the straight car load.
The consignments were sent from
Brockville to Winnipeg, when the
firm opened up their wholesale
branch premises there.
Mr. McLaren's contribution to
the ammunition of the right side
fur Prosperity and Prince Rupert
in the campaign is U-it-g tpm-.t-tl
all over the Dominion hkI.iv.
ing Company has been built up by
giving value for money.
Wanted - A boy to lean, thi
Apply News ofllce.
Wanted-Servant g-irl, apply Mr
Summit avenue.
Wanted-Goo.1 sized boy to h.*l;
make himself arenerally useful.
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner of Mh St
ntlru iriul.*
IC, Lynch.
ita-tf
n kitchen nnd
Apply Jiinit'
Do away with this.    Patronize a whit.*
laundry.   White labor only at
. Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Watches,    Jewellery
Souvenirs
and
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official   Walch   Inspector.
G.TJ>
Cor. 6th St
and Second Avenue.
PHONE *>.!
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4-~��*****" ** **
For Rent
int
! Newly furnished lanre outsi 1.* rooms. Good
location, near business *ect!"n. Every.hint*
homelike.    Hot and cold water, bath and tele-
| phone. Call and see them. I'hone ITS. The
Diirby Rooms. lsMS-i)
Furnished rooms with balh.
the week.   Talbot House.
Special rates by
ItS-tf
PATHETIC SCENE
Body of Little Babe Shipped on
Prince John
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HEAVY  FINES
Sergt. Phillipson Rounds up
Offenders for Supplying Indians with Hooch.
Neatly Furnished rooms. ���anl.MIISIl preferred.���
Apply Mr*. Mullin. over Maj.--.ic Theatre,     tf
Mclntyre Hall, for con.-erta entertainments,
dances, etc.   Apply J. H  K.'**,'r*. phone Ho.
' Nice Furnished Rooms, Mrs. tireenwood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. K8-tf
For Rent-Sons of England Hall. 2nd Ave., for
Pances. Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A  Ellis. Box 869 or phone 6S. l**-tf
Wanted -Three or four room furnished cottage or I
A rather pathetic incident was
noticed by those on the dock
watching the Indians embraking
on thc Prince John this morning.
The derricks were swinging Aborad
all kinds of luggage, the passenger.-*
wire packing pots, pans, eis., on
deck when two solemn faced looking fellows crossed the gangplank
TENNIS TOURNEY
Lively Matches on the Pleasant
Tennis Court at Residence
of W. E. Williams.
apartments.   Apply P. R. Harris. Dally News l w;,|,   g   -.j,,..   \\n\v   metal   DOX   SUs-
Otliee. tf | �� iis..
periled from a strong stick, which
HIGH SCHOOL HERE
Sergeant "Pat" Phillipson has
been gleaming a few more in-
iM.r;.iin Indian liquor cases over
night, and today two mora 1100
fines stand to his credit as a
The public school will re-open vigilant officer. Mt.rri- McAgno
next Monday. Principal Hunter wa- fined *5100 for supplying an
wishes it to be known that the old j Indian with liquor. Edith Clifford
school building will be used as a]for the same offence must be
junior high school and tho-e. who fined $100 and costs of course,
have paved f..r entrance andIwhile Josephine Reda who recently
want  to attend  the  high  school paid two $200 fines for supplying
an Indian and for running a blind
pig. is .waiting another charge of
supplying, and is preparing her
defence.
here should send in their names
to him at .nee. Next year he
is h..|H*d to have a senior high
school . itablished in this eitv.
A great deal of interest lv- been
taken in the mixed double tennis
tournament held .���; thi home of
Mr. W. I". Willi, in-. Borden street,
during the last two weeks. Tin
players were very enthusiastic and
all worked hard i��> win. In r.d-
dirion to the tirsi and second prises
provided by the pli vers, Mr.
Alex. M. Mansoi donated ������ 1". u-
tiful piece of eu. glass . id .'
moose skin pennanl as pri/ts for
the winning lady and gentleman
respectively, and Mr. George Stew* t'
art give ii large U.x of bonbons j
as a  further  incentive  for   the j^,
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For Sale
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J  restetl on the shoulders of the nun
|       Inside  that  little  box was  ill.
���"��"������������������������� Ibody of an Indian baby that died
C.a.klng Range and Kitchen Furniture.
Cor. Hth and Cotton Streets.
Apply
1811-lt
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. *.'Storey house, household g axis. Near Prince Rupert. A snap if
taken at once.   Address Box 3*>S. tf
For Sale- New Gasoline Launch ��1 f l. by ���'��� ft. I
In. ������ h.p. engine. f&50 if taken at once. Apply
P.O. Box 621. 1-..-1..1
For Sale-Owner will sell four good lots Nos. 23.
.'. .". and St.. Block 27, Section S. Taylor street, i
sixe 41 x 25 x llli). at !?>*>> each, on reasonable '
terms.   Apply Box 999. P.O., Prince Rupert.
1TS-1H
two days ago.   Tht
be   buried   in   the
l.roiind at Masset.
wee mite will
Indian  burial
"Look for the Sign of the Slate
The Only Place
Where You
Can Buy
The S/aterShoe
is, in lhe stores controlling the sale of this famous
shoe.
You will know the authorized Slater Shoe
Stores by The Sign Of The Slate.
The Slater Shoe is not sold in every ftore-.
nor by every dealer.
So great is the demand for the Slater Shoe,
however, that in nearly every city and town ia
Canada the bright, busy, progressive tfote is the
slore controlling the sale of the Slater Shoe.
There is no use in going to a slore that does
not display The Sign of the Slate, because you
cannot get the Slater Shoe there.
Every Slater Shoe bears the Slate trademark
and is made by the Slater Shoe Co. Limited.
We are the authorized agents for tlie Slater
Shoe.
We, and we alone, can show the Slater Shoe,
labelled with the Sign of The Slate, Goodyear
welted, with price fixed by the makers. w
ACME CLOTHING HOUSE       -       SECOND AVENUE
Sole Agents for Prince Rupert
INDIANS  EMBARK
Prince John Thronged with
Lots of LoV in Variegated
Garb.
AUCTION SALE
"THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME."
Insurance
i
lung
it-en
i	
OCR Companies ar* noted for prompt ami just i thronging PrillCC Rupert and spend
settlement..   *Ae writ* every known class of , **     " '
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co. . j,,., qUju. a |,it_ ,,f their hard Ci'TI'l ll,
Willi   the  end   of   the   fi>
season hosts of Indisan have
-.-a-.-~.-w.aj. io ih
Business
?:
Chance.      I '"" -""k"l��*-
I
No Man is Wealthy!
As the result of putting away a certain portion of his
wages from time to time. A step further is necessary���it
is the judicious investment of savings which results in the
accumulation of large sums of money���HE who dares to
invest, it matters not the amount, usually wins out. It
has been said���
"The man who is right six times
out of ten, makes his fortune."
Be your resources great or small, thete is a genuine
and exceptional opportunity for investment in Canada's
rich Pacific Coast Province of British Columbia, that will
appeal to you upon investigation���It is the new townsite of
Fort  Fraser
(The Hub of B.C. on the G.T.P.)
Comer Lots $150 up.        Inside Lots $100 up.
���Terms easy enough for anybody���
You are invited to call on us. or write for illustrated
literature which you will find interesting.
GEORGE LEEK  & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
Sixth Street, corner 3rd Avenue    -   Prince Rupert, B.C.
winning lady,
drawn by lot.
Mr-. Williams
Manson. while
The partners win
The winners wi re
and Mr. Alex M.
ihe  second   prizes
went to Mi-s Eason .-<l Mr.
Melvin. The other participants
in the tournament wire Mrs.
Melvin. Mrs. Alex. M. Manson,
Mrs.  McClymont,  Mi-- McLcn-
i glial', Miss Pulton;   Me��srs. Mr*
��� Rae, George Stewart. McClymont,
1 Pulton and Williams. Th gi I sill -
'men have now commenced a tour-
, tvment of doubl. -.
Good money In Moving* Picture*.     Wanted���A
Ratty to start movina* picture show in Prince
upert.   Write me for particulars.
Watertown. Wis.
H.  Davis,
1 ���T-vw
1
j       Lost and Found       j!sloreSiW
*i.a^~^.^>a^.*^.**fc.^.^.*^.^..*^4 lniildirgs
Lo*t-A bunch of key. between the Royal Hotel
and Kyrhanire linll. Finder pltaae leave at
!:��� > al Hotel. 2t-l��.
ForSale
benefit of themselves and
Now they are
returning to their homes on the
Islands and along the coast, and
today the G. T. P. S.S. Prince Join.
was crowded with members of
the race that once held sway
where white men now have iluir
anneries, streets, and cily
gs. All the colors of the
rainbow were represented in the
costumes displayed on deck by
the ladies and gentlemen of the
tribe, and the picanninies or perhaps more properly "papooses"
peered around with their big brown
[expressionless eyes at the beauties
of tin new boat.
Gents* Furnishings
Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Rubber Goods, Underwear, Fixtures and Fittings, Travelling Bags, etc.
Tlie Balance of Stock of C. B. Schreiber & Co..
who are relinquishing business, to be    :���:      :���:
Sold Without Reserve by PUBLIC
AUCTION at	
Schreiber's Store
Centre Street. Prince Rupert, commencing
TO-NIGHT  AT 8  P.M.
FRANK A. ELLIS
AUCTIONEER
T. A. Organ, b.rri-icr-at law. of
'������   Kim   t'oiirt.   Temple,  who   was      I-*01 Mock     Section        Price
well known in the scholastic world,     *-*"����� *** 8        $325.oo
fell  dead  at   Euston   Si..tion   1 hi- j3 and 4 14 8 650.00
Other morning as he was aUnil to  ���" snd 8 36 7 2.(100
proceed to Stafford on business Come in and see our list of buys in
P. R. Indoor Baseball League, j
If you want money applv P. O.
Box 053. tf
Mussallem & Company
..Good Fraih   Croceriea at Cily Prices.
Other parti of the city
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Royal Blue Ribbons vs. Quill
Drivers at the Auditorium,
Thursday, August 24th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
i#.-^.a-^.
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Princ* Rupart, B.C.
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Clans Goods only.
Give us your next order for a
  trial. 	
.       oi.Mii oueei, corn
O*^*m* f^m**^*m*.���vii-^ii-m .mm.������ mm* ���*>-a
4
Mussallem & Company
I'llMl      . -       HI..      1
Mh Ave.. Ea.t .if Mrnrlde
BOYS!
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
tin* News offlce.
Hurt Hit Leg
A steel rail fell on one of (icorgt
Brace's legs when he was helping
to unload the Hans B. yesterday
and rather badly crushed it. lie
was given medical attention and
taken to his home where he is now
resting comfortably.
Britain will not oppose a railway
from  Russia to India via Persia.
Sir Edward Grey stated on Tuesday, if satisfied that British and
Indian interests are adequately
protected.
r*OOD   PRINTING
Is a Persistent "Influence" Exerted  in  Your Behalf!
���MM
Every bit of printing that goes out  to serve vou makol '
Kind of nn Impression."     Poor printing will IsliM ���' I''
pression of its user as surely as would paor clothe*. *
store or shop orofnee.    "Gin I " printing will l.-.e*
mind an impression wholly favora'.ile of its us.-r.
Even if but one in a thousamf of these "ImpNSSloi.1
the scales for business, for orders, for you " BOO I   I
will have thus paid for itself ! 	
POIt   HIGH CLASS PRINTINQ OF ALL KIND9 BEE TIIK  '' *���
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avtmt
.
Read The Daily News
��i;ti;s;��;:t;!8itl:S!S!S;S*S3:S;SISIS!S!8!S!S;StS3
REAL
ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.     KUGLER
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He sells Building's      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lota He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
HsMlton District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposit*
List  Your  Propertie.  with  Jeremiah H. Kuglc
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
a-i"i:ti:ii:Ji""'"'.''W..V.ra taa.M.��.aa.s^.**t.*a..��a.>a.M._         "" WKm*>w** ��� Second   Avenue, Prince   Rupert,   B.C.
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