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Array THE  WEATHER
I'wL'tity-fo.ir hours ending 5 a.m.,
Aug. H
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The Daily Newsi
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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19 11
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VOL II.  NO. 181
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Friday, August 11, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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LEADING MANUFACTURER
ENDORSES RECIPROCITY
I Mr. James Ramsay, One of the Best  Informed  Commercial Men on the Coast Says It Will Be Good
Thing for the Province���An Interesting
Interview
"Reciprocity -will be .1 good
thing for the province. A free
interchange of natural products
with   ..ur   neighbors   across   the
[���order will lie good for both of
ti-." --.'ill Mr. James Ramsay one
nl ;ln best known manufacturers
in iiii,i-h Columbia to the News
nl y. Few men are more
ii,i. liiii tl t<> givea bet ier judgment
ilmn Mr. Ramsay,    lie is head
in Ramsay Biscuit Manu-
i cturii k Company, ;' director of
;hi Dominion Trust Company, an
I'liliinii'ii of the Vancouver City
Council ami a. member of i
School Board of that city. II.
lv- Iii in twenty years a resident
ii Vancouver and is thoroughly
r.invcrsant wiih commercial conditio! - on tht coast.
Not a Politician
I tin nut speak from any party
poinl nl view for I have kept
mii ' i party politics all my life.
I a|.r.'k as ti business man only.
\Vc have things in sell them, and
;lu\ have things to sell us, anil
there is no si use in erecting
Imrricrs to an Interchange of natural pr. ducts."
Grow Like Vancouver
"Y"ii are going to have a great
i'ii\ Inn*. You are going lo
rapture a. lot of the trade of the
Orient. You an* going io give
it- in Vancouver a jolt, Inn we
haw got our foundations laid
now .'.nl can stand it. You will
grow like Vancouver  has done,
very rapidly once the inrush of
population starts.
Plunge in Old Timers
"But the men who will make
the money will probably Ik- the
inwconieis, not .he ohl timers.
That was our experience in Vancouver real estate, anil 1 s|>cak
as an ohl timer. We hail felt
the pinch as the dty went up
.'ml then down in the early days,
and we were always afraid every
time she wont up, thai she would
come down again. And while
most of us old timers went very
cautiously,the new comers plunged
in and made thc money."
Has Done Well
Not thin Mr. Ramsay has nol
.Ion.* well himself. Twenty years
RgO when he starlit! in Vancouver
ir ihe confectionery business In*
had only ..in man anil that was
himself.    Then   hi   not   a  helper,
ami another nnd another. Today
in his large factory, adjoining tin
sugar refinery In- giws employment to a stall of one hundred
and iweiiiy-live pioplc, and his
business ex.nil- ill ewer .In por*
vii ce.
Enjoyed thc Trip
Strangely enough this is thc
first lime Mr. K. m*-' �� h; >l home
so fiir north on .In a . ���-. ra Prince
Rupert, and heard his wife greatly
enjoyed ilu- magnificent scenery
ami ilu- comfort they enjoyed on
ilu* trip.
FIFTY DOLLAR FINE
li .li.'t.    Agent ('. C Perry ad-
I ministered justice this morning
in the case of an Indian found
l. Scrgcral Phillipson to have
In in keeping hooch in his house
���nl supplying ii to his country-
|nu-i i .1 women. A line of fifty
.liars .'til costs was ilu- punish-
inuni   in   tii   tin   crime.
A*- our old fri. il the Km pi re
says, (iei'cri'l Sli|K*ii .ei'iletu Mehan and party returned last night
from ilu* end of steel with news
of progress on lit. const rucion.
Water in the Sk. na River lotl.-y
is only one fool live inches over
zero and is stationary.   The river
boats arc making -.. i progress
to and fro now, and probably will
until  navigation  ceases  for  the
Ni'-aOl'.
WANT TO PROCURE A NEW
MUNICIPAL CLAUSES ACT
Representatives of British  Columbian  Cities Are in
Victoria���Claim That Present Act is a Failu
Will   Get   a   New Act Drafted  By
City Soiicitor
THEY  MADE  JOBS
Lazy Mexicans Started   Forest
Fires   to   Make   Work
San Bernadino, Cal., Aug. 10.���
Thill the forest (ires, starting up
mysteriously each time the rangers
thoughl ilu- flames under control,
were the work of laborers who
want io make the job hist was the
substance of a report which Ranger
Si eley made to Forest Supervisor
Charlton today. When these men.
all of whom were Mexicans, were
dismissed, a marked improvement
was made, said Seeley.
Ilis
illl
Aii English aviator keeps
feel warm while flying by
ingenious  arrangement   of  pipes
from ihe engine and radiator.
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BASEBALL SCORES
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Northwestern League
Spokane 8, Vancouver 5.
Seattle 5, Portland 4.
Victoria 9, Tacoma 8.
National League
Chicago 7, St. Louis 5.
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburg 3.
No other games.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 2, 'Frisco 1.
Portland 1, Oakland 0.
Vernon G, Sacramento 1.
American League
New York 12, Detroit 5.
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 4.
Washington 9, St. Louis 8.
Boston-Cleveland;   no game.
May be No Council
Alderman Smith is goung ip
river. Aldennan Newton and Alderman Clayton are going down
below. Alderman Morrissey is
in the East. The Mayor is al
Victoria. It doesn't look as if
there would lie a city council
meeting on Monday night but
you never can tell.
Wireless Rreports Fog
Wireless stations along the coast
report a good deal of dense fog
which will delay shipping. The
S.S. Empress of Japan has been
spoken by Triangle in Lai. 49.48,
Long 134.12 east bound. She will
be in Victoria Saturday p.m. Smooth seas are reported everywhere
signalling.
ON RAMPAGE WITH RIFLE
FIRED INTO WINDSOR BAR
James McCall, Sailor who Deserted from the "Rupert"
With a Shipmate Went after Constable
Vengefully With Gun.   Serious
Charge To-day.
LIBERALS PICK DELEGATES
DUNCAN ROSS RECOMMENDED
Magnificent Meeting Held in Mclntyre Hall Last Night���All were
Unanimous in Endorsing Reciprocity, in Praise for Hon.
Wm. Templeman and in Favor of Mr. Duncan
Ross as His Successor in Comox-Atlin.
FOR SIR WILFRID LAURIER
"That this meeting go on record as endorsing the Reciprocity Agreement and as
expressing its confidence in and loyalty to Sir Wilfrid Laurier as a leader and statesman.
"And that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Sir Wilfrid Laurier."
FOR HON. WILLIAM TEMPLEMAN
"Whereas the Liberals of the City of Prince Rupert have found their late member,
the Honorable William Templeman, as a man honorable and honest, and as a member
faithful and persevering, in the performance of every duty and trust imposed upon him
and more particularly in the discharge of his duty towards the riding he represented,
they therefore in General Meeting assembled desire to express their keen regret at the
decision of the Honorable Minister not again to contest the riding of Comox-Atlin in the
approaching Federal Election. They further desire to express their utmost confidence
in the Honorable Minister and their hope that he may decide further to serve his country
,-s a member of the CaV.net and of the House for another term and they request that a
copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Templeman."
Bullets Hi w through the Windsor
Hotel B;ir yesterday evening. No
one was killed but a 1200 mirror
is in link* hits. After promising
to be good and go bark to his
ship James McCall ilu* seaman who
I Was suspected yesterday of having
deserted from the Rupert along
with his mate Jack Hart, got
rampageous and made a noise
like a sailoniian painting a twon
red.
Rifle Meant for Constable
With a Wirches-,1 r rille he sallied
forth in starch of Constable Ham-
l.lin who had arrested his mati
iii the morning. He supped at
lhe Butte Cafe on Eighth street,
and thai refusing to pay for the
meal, went outside presented amis
and thre;.lined to shoot the place
iis full of holis ;is a pepper pot top.
James was full of hooch and
any little thing took off his attention so he suddenly turned to
the palatial Windsor Hotel windows.
Fired at His Own Face
Reflected in ;- mirror behind
the bar counter he caught sight
of the ugly face of a sailorni.tn
with a gun and without an instant's
hesitation he fired at the reflection.
Bang! Crash���-end $20(1 worth
of silvered plate glass shivered
to fragments while bar tender and
customers ducked  to dodge the
second shot which ploughed past
the cash register and plugged a
pumpkin pie on (he buffet.
Canadian Puss Despatch)
victoria, Aug. 11.���More up to
legislation to permit of better
'���"���rrying out of the government
" 8 of the lirs'i  class ilii-n is
i     i'lid multr the existing Mun-
'"; i Clauses Act, which, it  is
���    med, is nut  of date, and has
since proved u> be almost
;" lj   in work; l.le.   is   the   ."im
'��� ����� intercity committee, com-
��� of representatives of the city
"i   "f Victoria) Vancouver,
We mmlnster i ��� d IM .. Ru-
liich met   . di > .���; Vi- oil
��� '.���.ri l   discussion   on   il.i
"i l.e:.11 hgisla.ion fur .iu
r,*tnt in i f cities of the lirsi
ended In r. resi luilor ; p-
11 K ' f  Ml >ui   Monk's  SUg"
'"it that  steps In   taken    o
new   hgisl: Ion  p.lorg   lhe
'"'    desired,    A resolution was
>i
ii. it,
''.""   " that a copy of lhe resolu-
'''!l Ih forwarded to the Secretary
01 l-'e Union of British Columbia
Mm ieipi'lilies so that the body
cani if it deems is advisable, lake
action along similar lines in regard
io municipalities other than those
of the lirsi class.
It was also decided that the
Committee should wait upon Premier   McBride   and   inform   him
of the intention of the committee
wi,h the object of obtaining his
approval. The solicitors of the
respective cities will constitute a
special committee to prepare a
draft of tin* prop. ,1 legislation
for ilu* consideration of the nun*
���nit.ic.    Another  st���ion   will   be
1 Id tomorrow.
All Going to Hazelton
Alderman  Smith  g.xs up  river
tomorrow to st <* about the building
of  the  Foley,  Weld!  -\  Mi wail's
now offices at Hasctton. M. Sheady accompanies him and Mr. A.
Stew,ii i   also.     J.   C.   Shcppard
returns  to   Hasttfton   with   ihis
party.
An enthusiastic and harmonious
meeting of tlu* Liberal Association's
was held hist right in the Mclntyre Hall under the chairmanship of Mr. A. J. Morris and
delegi'tes were i'ppoinlcd to attend
lhe Provincial Convention at Nanaimo on uiih August to select
a candidate for ihe Comox-Atlin
sea I.
Clean Sweep Promised
As the issue is being fought out
exclusively on the reciprocity issue,
iill were admitted io the meeting
who were pri pared lo pledge thcni-
selvcs i<> support the pro-reciprocity candidate. As a result
several who do not usually attend
Liberal    meetings   were    present.
The feeling of  these was very
well expressed l.y Mr. Tom Dunn,
who said thai no part of the whole
Dominion needed reciprocity so
much as Northern British Columbia lo make her prosperous, and
that   nt   election   day,   it   would
look as if there was not a Conservative in Comox-Atlin.
Praised Mr. Templeman
Warm praises were bestowed
upon Hon. William Templeman,
the retiring member, and grcat
regrets were expressed that owing
to thc size of the constituency
he fell obliged to ask them to
select a younger man instead.
"The bast that can usually
be said of a. man is that he is as
good as his word. But of Mr.
Templeman we can say he has been
better than his word," said Mr.
('.. R. Naden, referring to the way
ill which ihe retiring member had
worked   for   the   development   of
ihe constituency.
Two  Resolutions
Two resolutions, one endorsing
Sir Wilfrid Lauder's stand on
the reciprocity question, and the
other thanking Hon. William Templeman for his past services to
lhe constituency were unanimously
passed amid applause.   While
ballots   were   In ing   counted
the
the
meeting listened t<> a short address
by Mr. J. S .Cowper.
Endorsed Duncan Ross
After thc delegates were appointed the question of instructing
them came up. It was decided
not to tie the hands of the delegates
by making any resolution limiting
their freed..in, but a resolution
wiis unanimously passed by the
meeting   expressing   their   strong
Confidence   in   Mr.   Duncan   Ross
as candidate for Comox-Atlin.
The entire expression of opinion
was thai  Ilis Parliamentary  experience,  his   knowledge   of  ihe
dislrict, his grip of the reciprocity
question* and his personal popularity throughout the entire north
crn portion of the constituency
made him an entirely desirable
candidate.
But thin ended McCall's mark-
manship. Surrounded and seized
he was overpowered and the rille
taken from him���one loaded shell
ri mailing in the magazine. .\r-
resiid by Constables Merrill antl
Swasey at 8 p.m. last night the
reilouiable avenger of his mate's
arrest colled his heels in the Hotel
Vickers until today when his case
came up for preliminary investigation.
ANOTHER PAPER
FOR HAZELTON
Up River Town will now Rival
Prince  Rupert
A   third  newspaper  is  to  be
started in Hazelton. An extensive plant purchased l.y Messrs.
K. L. Rauk antl A. R. Macdonald
is now on iis way up on Imard the
Inl.'mil r. Tin* plant includes a
cylinder press, and while at first
will only turn out a weekly paper,
will Im* capable ol producing a
daily newspaper when the field
warrants the change.
The  new  paper will  Ih* called
"TheOmlneca'Miner." Both Messrs Rauk and Macdonald an* well
known up river and are both
practical printers. Mr. Rank worked for some time on the Omiiicca
Herald. Hc also helped lo gel
out tin first copy of ihe Prince
Rupert Optimist.
Rupert's Pull Out
This morning the S.S. Prince
Ruperl pulled out punctually with
her usual crowd of passengers for
the soulh. Her Sliwari trip continues to be well patronised during
the mid week.
Judge I.ampin ui was engaged
again ihis mon ing hearing the
case of Boscoviich vs. McMordii,
a station gang dispute with  the
contractor.
Morse Creek Water
City Engineer Davis reports
that the Morse Creek Dam is
now repaired, and the gates up.
The dam is storing water now, but
when   ihi    pumping   engine   and
pi|H- will Ik- ordered is neH yet
known, ll is up lo ihe city
council.
Alderman Ramsay <>f Vancouver
went   soulh   again   with   his  wife
by th. Prince Rupen this morning.
LIVED FOR TWO MONTHS
ON SEAWEED AND CLAMS
Pitiable Plight of Two Castaways on Bardwell Island,
Alaska   C. Alexander and A. Andercon After the
Wreck of Their Boat Almost Starve   Rescued by Steamer Bertha
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PEOPLE TRIUMPH OVER THE PEERS
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Aug. 10. Premier Asquith's Government which represents the Democracy of Great Britain tonight enforced its will upon the Peerage by the narrow vote
of 131 to 114.
By this vote the House of Lords decided to accept the will of the people and adopted
Viscount Morley's motion not to Insist upon the Lords' amendments to the Parliamentary Bill which practically limits the power of the House of Lords to a two year suspensory veto and vastly increases the preogatives of the House of Commons.
The great constitutional struggle which began nearly two years ago when the
House of Lords rejected the budget of Lloyd George, Chancellor of the Exchequer is
ended, for a time at least, with the greatest change to Great Britain's working eon-
sit tut ion since the passage of the Reform Bill.
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(Canadian Press Despatch)
Valdcz, Alaska, Aug.  11.���Attracted by signals of disiress from
Bardwell    Island,   a   barren   rock
near the entrance to Kissiirerlioii
Bay, the steamer Berth ion August
2 sent ii small bonl to the island
and look off two ragged and
starving men. Charles Alexander
ai'd Alvin Anderson, who had
been ..n the Island for two months
and who must have perished but
for the Bertha.
Boat Capsized
The men sailed from Kodiak
on May II in a dory on a pn-.-
peCting Voyage.    About June I   i
storm upset their craft off Bard'-vtll
[stand, and all their provisiot ��� i p.d
outfit were lost in the sea.    TrtV
managed to gi i ashore, but . i l-
practically nothing but their clo i
iug.   The nixt day the tide washed
ashore ih.* boat, sadly battered
and with all but one of lhe  oar-
H-ks goni .    The oars also drifted
a few matches, lived for a month
on   mussels,   el mis,   young   gulls,
seaweed anil wild herbs which they
rooked. The wrecked boat leiiked
so seriously lhi>l while one man
labored at lhe oars ihe other was
obliged to bail out the watir. yet
it enabled them to travel about
the shores of the Island in search of
toed.
Bitter Disappointment
Afu-r  iluir  matches gave  out,
about July l, they win* able to
gr l-tr  ,li   MUM sort  of food  as
I. ion, bu< they could not cook
i , .--d i. was unpalatable ami in-
digi s'.ibll   ; i d  ,l'<   nun (eh  their
iilK.li   felling    Mil   hail   lK-gun
o   ihsp. ir.     Their   wutcliciliie-ss
,\. - i. rrii'sid by .he (act that two
v.ss. Is hpil  pCSStd  the  rink  anil
.in overlooked or disregarded
,l*e sin, ala ol .lie castaways. The
Bertita'a officers clothed and fed
the   men   and   brought   them   to
to the island.    The men, who had1 Valdi/, where they are recovering. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and Ihe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
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on application.
HEAD OFFICE
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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Square.
PRINCE  RUPERT  STYLE
Daily Edition.
Friday, Aug. 11
THE MOST INIQUITOUS TAX OF ALL
There are many wrathy citizens in Prince Rupert this week.   This
is the week when the Provincial Asse ssor sends out his papers demanding
, to knew how much we each earned last year, so as to permit the Provincial Government to impose a tax on each man's income.
It is hard to dodge the income tax of British Columbia. A sentence
of six months in the penitentiary is threatened to every person who
is caught making wrong statements. The Provincial Government
insists on having its pound of flesh to swell that "eight millions of
dollars on deposit in the banks,   i Loud and prolonged cheering greeied
the Premier's remarks.)
"I think this is the rottenest kind of taxation that could possible
be put in force," a well known citizen was heard to remark its he brandished his income tax papers before the face of a friend outside the
News office a couple of days ago.   But he was wrong.
The "rottenest kind of taxation" is not the income tax, vexatious
though it is. The "rottenest kind of taxation" is the taxation thai
is imposed upon tin people's food. The income lax is a tax on incomes;
the food tiix is a tax on man's mosl eleineiital need.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenlmver Bros.' Offlco.
MUNRO   &   LA11-EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Pimm* No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 861
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, B.A,
of Ilritish Columbia or B.C.. I'mm la Bat-
and Manitoba Bars. katchewa-1   and  Al-
b**rtn I'm*.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, NOTARIES, Etc.
Olllce- Exchange block, corner Third iivenue and
Sixth street. I'rince Ruoert
WM. S. HALL, L. 1). S.. D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work u Specialty.
All dental oiicratlons skilfully treated.  Q** *������"'
local anusttielic* admlniatcred f.-r tho palntcea extraction of teeth.      Consultation tree.     nil���*.*s:
lletueraon Block. I'rince Runert. IMS
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Alex.M.Manson B.A.,     W.I.WllllamM.A.,L.I.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX il
I'RINCE RUPERT
The income tax exempts from taxation all who earn less than
11,000 a year; the tax on food taxes the poor along with the rich.
It falls heaviest of all on the workingman with a family. It is thi
most iniquitous tax of all.
It is possible sometimes to evade the income tax; it is not possible
to evade the tax on fooel. Through the unwitting agency of the bilker,
ihe grocer ami the butcher, it is collected on almost every article of
food we buv.
Yesterday a woman went to a grocery store to price some sweet
corn.
"Seveniy-tive cents a dozen," said lhe grocer.
"In Orrtario 1 used to buy them for ten cents a dozen," said tin
woman.
"We have to import them from Washington," explained tin
tradesman.
"When will they be cheaper?" inquired lhe customer.
"When reciprocity is passed and the tax on them is removed,"
replied the wist* grocer.
Such sunshine as has prevailed
this season in Prince Rupt ri i
..nee shows ... ihe Aorld of womankind the gootl st i-t oi Dam
Fashion iu decreeing lhat latitud
may be allowed in tin* choice ..I
hats, large .is well as small, this
season.
. The lut .'nd lioek above would
be admirable for present day a-car
in Rupert and ;he effect can be
attained by loci mHlincrs without
any delay.
NEW   JOB   FOR   WOMEN
���
Iron Trade Offers Them Openings in the States Now
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING'
M'ni. ok WM. koxun. rati.. *.ii.*.m..'iun., UN
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND RKI'URTS
Thiol Avenue also Water Street.
I'RINCE Rlll-ERT
The tax on incomes is not to lie compared with the amount of
lhe lax on food. It cannot even be- arrived at by the Government
returns, though these show that large sums are collected ill ihe border
on all fotxl stuffs which pass thc customs houses.
On every pound of meat that we import there is a t.i\ ol from .1
io "i cents a pound, on poultry from 6 to 8 cents a pound. On the
1700,000 worth of vegetables imported inu. Can...I.' last year tin
huge percentage of 1200,000 was paid in duty. Through a long lis.
of everyday foodstuffs it is possible to go and show how taxes are
exacted at present on almost every crumb WC eat.
Under ilu- reciprocity agreement arranged by the Liber;.I Government it is proposed io abolish this iniquitous and unfair taxation. The
interests which profit by ihe existing system are lined up solid lo
��� prevent the taxes on food from being removed. English sovereigns
and Yankee dollars are being poured inio Canada to try and defeat
reciprocity. Every desperate means from obstruction in the House
of Commons to frantic appeals to nice hatred are In-ing invoked ...
prevent it going through.
But the people of Prince Rupert will not be deceived. They
realise that ii is to their interests 10 sec lhal lhe reciprocity agreement
is passed. The tax collector walks loo ofun here, for us not ,o I. -il
the chance of having the iniquitous tax on f I removed.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
'<   AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
OFFICERS.
WM. T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID H. HAYS. 1st VicePres.
M. J. HOBIN. 2nd VicePres. and Manager
fAY KUGLER. Secretary-Treasurer C. II. PETERSON, Ass'l -Manager
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Lands and Mines
Real Estate and Insurance      Agenl For Care of Real Estate      Escrow Agents
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes Collections
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposits
W* will !����� pleased lo answer any immlrles r-t-ar-llni- Investtnenta In I'rlnce Rupert
and Northern  British Columbia.
The  Continental  Trust Company,   Limited,   B^bwKba
The I Vane S.e.'in Pump Company, of Holyoks, M.'s-.... branch
of the International Pump Company, lias advertised for women
to work on its dm- in.iking department. In these idvertiscmcnts
much stress has been laid on tin
"I'c.'ii'i ������" oi .he place, . ��� 'I
ing lhal lhe making of cores is
like making bread, except that no
llmir is used. The compan) has
endeavoured to secure tin service*
of newly arrived Polish women
to accept positions i.t lent wages,
only 11.215 Ik ing offcrcel for work
now |xrforniid l.y mm .���'. S'J.T.'.
|ht day. li is nol known as v.;
what the union ironmoulders nnd
nmmakers will do in tin cvei
>.f ihis substitution, Inn i. is quiti
likely that with the introduction
'of women in this ira.lt ihe iron-
moulders will vigorously protest
and corneal ihis innovn im.. S.
far i��s known, this i~ die lirsi
general tiWi ever made in the
United  S.ates  to employ  women
ill lhe in.i. trades.
AGE FOR MARRIAGE
Ought There to Be n Maximum
as Well as a Minimum Limit?
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OKKIl-E���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone tils
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS &  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Slock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English snd American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Avf
[sport*
Manager McAleer thinks he has
picked U|> ;i great ball player in
Catcher   Henry,   .he   former  Am-
liersi amateur. If McAleer is a
prophet then he ought to have
one of ilu- besl cathclng stalls
in ihe major leagues. Anismisth,
who is batting above .850, was a ���
big find for Washington. A catcher who can bat is a rarity.
r>   tii    ti
Just what Jack Johnson Intends
lining is ;i good deal of a conundrum. Nothing much has been
heard recently of his match with
Petty Officer Curran. This was
to have taken place at the football
grounds in Dublin and was t<>
have been managed by Flanagan,
who acted as Johnson's officer
toward the close of the training
days iii Reno.
to   to   tf
If the Johnson-Curran affair
has been called off it is highl)
probable thai ilu- Johnson-Bi m-
bardier Wells go will also bi
wiped off the schedule,    li is hard
;o Bay, in fact, which of thi iw<
propositions is the most ridiculous.
Unless Johnson deliberately pulled
to ihe petty officer and thc bombardier, neither bout would lasi
;i full round.
to
Dick Arnst, ihe world's rowing
champion, has had a boxing bee
in his bonnet for quite a while.
I )iek wiis tirsi a cycling champion,
and then he made up his mind
io become an oarsman. Hy wonderful determination he mastered
the rival pastime, and won the
premiership. He has an idea that
if he tackles boxing he would meet
with similar slice. SB.
-.-   *.
Al Kaufman, the will known
California heavyweight .'ml at oni
time considered ilu- only man
who had ;i chance wiih Jack
Johnson, the champion, will si.il
from Vancouver, September 0 for
Sydney, Australia, win re he will
appear under ilu- management
of Hugh Mcintosh. His lirsi
bout will be w iih ihe wii-m t nl
the Bill Lang-Jack Lester bout
sclii-ilulcd to take place ihe latter
part of this month. He will
receive *>.">,(MM) for ihis match.
GO JOURNEYING
= EAST  =
Round     Trip     Excursion
Tickets   on   Sale   during
August
At Reduced Rates
(it���,,l I'm* slop-overs on the
ORIENTAL LIMITED
Through to Chicago without
change, - The Finest Train. -
Through a glorious coulitry.���
Meals and appointments unsurpassed.
Rogers Steamship
Agency
Second Avenue, Head Centre St.
Tel. llli.
[savoy hoteT
Ki'iint'i- and   fltfil
The only hotel In
with i���,i and cold
er In roomi.   Boat I
ninht-,1 tiouu ,.   ���
Vancouver, it,...,,
up.     I'h,,!,,,   :
Box UO,
Prudhomme & Fliher
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FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE KCI-KRT. B. C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil uf Kram Wllciek. Parla and Hrrl.n.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
E.   EBY    CH,   Co.
RF.AL  ESTATE
Kitaumkaltim Land For Sale
KITSI MKALIIM ��� B. C.
The DAILY NEWS
Till Sept. 23,1911
For
25c
OUR
SPECIAL
OFFER
L^'riv. thf,*"r��Krr"B ,,f t,,p Re'riprocity Campaign
I All v nvSTS"1 Rlccl-��--. w'- wi" <Tx*>> The
a ,L VlT ��EWS. ,," "9, addMSS III Canada, out.
���US the Uty of Prince Hupert for 2r, cente
campninn in the Doml.Sm,     li    �� 'ft r,-l*"rU of *���"* progreaa of the
special attention to the miTrinJul *<"!?"*��� columns we will devote
occasion to let your WeSi In tSTSSl'   TaUe  a-JvantaRe of thia apeclal
i-m.    r.   ���    *. "cp ���*"JUr ���oc*-** paper-
The Daily News by mail for ,ix week, for 26 cent..
Jam. s Doughty, who is rt -
marryii g in hi- 93rd year, should
Im- thankful ihat he is not a sub-
jeci of tin* x'/iix. According to
Russian law, no person more thin
sti years ol .-g.- can cnti r thc bonds
of matrimony,   All. i\ili/..l coun*
iii. s ii\ ,t minimum age for ui.it-
riage, but nowadays apparently
oi ly in Russia is ,i maximum age
laid down.   The law in ancient
Rome w.'s s,ij,| ,,,, il,,.. *���,j,,-,   ,,,
man more than tin or woman more
than -'.i> bcli g 'How..I to marry.
Patent Lentlicr Belts
Patent   ha,her  b lis  are  smart
wiih .. certain s( ���,, ri style ol lieen
or pongee gown, and in Paris
young girls are wearing their belts
unusually loose and "f f. ntry a rip .1
leather. This bell may in* any
width from three to ii\. Inches,
ilu wider being the smarter for
the wean r's ligun . The buckh
nt.*> in in. lal or ol ,In i ;*,h( r.
Lingerie   Hats
Lingerie hats an trimmed with
Mils ol plaited lace, ribbon llowi rs
<>r huge siik ores. Entire crowns
>.( inn* gathered around petals
"i ������ large flower i��� form the i,,,,
sre the pretty id. m on lingerie
<u s,,( ii,,. ialei, importations.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   I'rln.**   Itii***,t   Lalirc.   No.  .US, Rons   of
Kniflan.'. meets th* Ural ami thlnl Tuewlavs  In
a-ach month in the Carpenters Hall, at S |i m
F. V. CLARK. See..
I'. O. Box -1.' I'rlnce Itupert
KIINKST A. WOODS, PreaMent. Boa 23
F. W. HART
UNDKUTAKKIt * KMHAI.NM.K
ItOOi ' '-Mpl.KTK PIIONK <i2
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ami KMHAI.MERH
Funeral   Directors
St-il Ave. near Bill St. I'hone No. sr.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH BTREBt
Newly Furnished ,��nil
Steam Heated Roomi
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND  DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 511 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE  TO  GUE8T8
ROBT. ASHLAND
��� ni\
4 Rochester &
( 7 ^ Monroe
*  Ladysmith
l     '<* Coal
V-*.   Phone iis
For Stewart, Thursdays and Sundays
at K a.m. Special fare on Sunday
limit. $9. oil return including meals
and berth.
aa. Prince Albert sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, Masset, Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fjr:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wed
nesdays and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays" and     Sundays
6.20 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and conven- |
ient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track  mute  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax, I
Portland, Huston. New York and Phila* i j
delphia.   Atlantic Steamship  bookings
arranged  via  all   lines.    Full informa-
tion  ard   tickets   obtained   from   the I
ofllce of
A E. McMASTER      It FRED.   STORK!
���ALL K1N11S OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES . ��� '������ >v.;:i
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
184:1 Granville St.        Van., !������
a *) *
-*) ��� *-*���*-*-*-*
FIIKII-.IIT   AND    PASSENGER    AGENT
,
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
#
Famous  Princess  Line
Hotel Central &&&&
Kurtit'cati nnd Amprirnn plan, sinim
liratr**), Itiiwlrrn OOflVWH-tM-N--    Hat**"--1
JACK ASHORE
GOT TOO GAY
Seamen from the Prince Rupert Rather Jolly Even for
Tars, and Got into Serious
Trouble.   All May End Well.
Two seamen from the Pri ice
Rupert not into trouble hist night,
and ;ts ii result there may be two
charges of deserting ship preferred
against James Hart and his mate
Hill something <>r othc r (nol known
to the police). Ji.nii-s got hiilf
M*us over last night, and Hill was
helping him in something that
might or might not have been a
hornpipe on Centre street. Away
they cruised up town, forgot all
about their time limit, anil go.
separated. James fill int.. the
careful hands of the City Polia.
and thus may l.e saiil to have
skipped his ship for he wasn't
there i<> answer thc roll call at
prayers this morning.   Bill, well,
go-odness only knows where Bill
got to. lie was looking for Jim.
When he couldn't fuitl him, he
heard that Jim was in Vickers
Hotel. Then he got real cross,
siid things, and even gol a gun
with which to bombard the famous
hostelry. Mr. Arthur Little, "The
Man who Made Good" diil a lot
to  persuade  Brother  Bill   to  Be
c.o.hI, and this morning Bill saiil
he would rejoin his ship. Jim
is still in his suite (with can ih
cologne bath ten cents extra) at
the hotel.
I-. >-r Black
Froprlrlor
UND8AnaS5SSS��-d
Pantorium I'ionfw Cleanem, 'I'hone 4,
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, August   14th, 9 a. m,
FOR VANCOUVKR, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S.  INLANDER
... FOK a a a
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
General Hardware f
T
T Uuilders' Hsrawan
��v Valves* Pipes     Oxford Stow i
Graniteware      Tinware      ���
  ���
,, SECOND - AVENUE ���
tt-*���*-*-* -*���*-*��� * ��-���-���
w. j. McCutcheon j
Carries cimiili*!* slock nf DrWB    *l"*'^
attention paid tu lining preempwea    *
Theatre Block Pw��s Ho. a Second A��. ���
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIMK     BRICK     PLASTBR     CBH����t
SHINGLKS, LATH, BLACXSHITfl C0AI
Phone 116
ROGERS & BLACK
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in tho city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CA11K. N. G.
II. II. MORTON, Sec.
JtMHKl��.mHH��XX",:��KU,Ct5
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEASE
on Thlnl Avenue anil Nmiii
"neie Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited- ,
Aak
I)
Jerry
KMitKMmtKKNKHKKSeKKllli::
::Hi!fflffl
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Perio.li.-alM ii H      I "P*
CIGAKS   ::  TOBACCOS  I!  ��� ���������'lls
G.T.P. WIIAI.I
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OK FINDING
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Slock
Lowest Prices  in Northern B. C.
Hand tucked blouses of sheer
linen with j.il.ois trimmed with
Vi.!. nclennes h'.-t s arc much worn.
Safe iiiui sane men have large
feel,  safe  ami   sane women  have
small, according to two French
O. T. P. Tran.fer Aaenu Isiientisis who have made an ex-
lor?icK"��T,,.l"r""- V*"'n���hW   to1*? I<siardl -"to the question
|orncB-B.B.ItoelvMU..Camlr,Bt.    PSerajfaj | ol   pciliil  ,.X| r��*inii.ic��
SAMItF.I, HARRISON
(NiiTAnv PUBLIC)
V. P. '���
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PUBC1 IA8|2
nnrl - SteWSft
Prince Rupert THE DAILY NEWS
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10 DAYS
Great Sale
'The House of Goud Values."
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Phone Black 243.
JABOUR BROS.,
Third Avenue, between 7th and 8th Sts.
10 DAYS
Great Sale
"The House of Good Values."
Phone BlSCk -UU.
THIRD ANNUAL
SUMMER SALE
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Ladies' & Children's Wear, Dry Goods, etc.
Wonderful Values in
LADIES'   UNDER-
SKIRTS
Five   Dozen   Only   White   Lawn
Underskirts, prettily embroidered,
regular price, $1.25 each   QA*,
 NOW   OvC
Four  Dozen Only, While Fancy
Underskirts, regular price 1   O C
$1.85, each          NOW     **��tO
Extra Fine, White Lawn Under*
skirts, embroidered bottoms, regular   price   $2.25   each, 1   C A
 NOW     l��Ov
Three   Dozen   Only   White   Lace
Underskirts, regular price 1   QA
$2.05, each NOW     ***fV
Black Sateen  Fancy  Underskirts,
regular price $1.50, each,   |   |A
 NOW      IeIV
One Dozen Gingham Underskirts,
regular price $1.75 each, 1   OC
 NOW    *��������*>
During the next 10 days we are going to offer some astounding bargains.
The prices of many things will be cut almost in half.     You know we keep
our word.     We stand by what we say in this advertisement.     We cannot
itemize all the bargains we are offering, so we invite you to come to our
store and see them.   There's bargains for Men.     Here are a few of our
offerings.
Great Bargains in
Ladies' Waists
White Lawn Waists, handsomely
embroidered, long sleeves, all sizes, regular price, 81.25 &   QA.-.
$1, now each 05c. and...    **"**
White Lawn Waists, three quar
Special
Bargains
In Silk Waists
125 Only Ladies' Block and White
Silk Waists, regular price,  dJO
$3, each NOW      *YL
Two Dozen Silk Wiiists Assorted
Colors,regular price was O   OC
$4, each NOW   *>,L*3
Four Dozen Taffeta Silk W.'isis,
Assorted Colors, regular   A   C A
price, $��, e.-ch .    NOW   *�����"
Don't be Poorly Dressed. Look at These.
Ladies'    Colored    Linen    Dresses,
smp.rt   and   serviceable,   regular
price, SO, each  ..NOW    A   A A
Ladies' White Linen Skirls, regular price wiis $3 each,4  ^A
 NOW    A.tU
Ladies' Walking Skins in Assorted
Colors   and    Various    Materials,
regular    price-   was   $4.50   each.
N0W $3.00 to 3.50
25 % Off
All Men's Suits
Immense Values
Your   Choice   of   Men's 1   CA
12.60 1 hits for..."  1.��JV
Men'** Summer Underwear at
25 PER CENT OFF
ter length sleeves,   rcgti- |   IA
lar price 11, each.. NOW l��lv
All   Etnboridered   White   Waists
with   fancy   fronts,   long  sleeves,
regular   price   $1.75 each 1   OC
 NOW      l*LO
Fifty  Only Special  While-   Lawn
Waists with three- quarter length
sleeves, regular price- was |   i/j
$2.25, each          NOW     IsW
Special Linen Tailor Made Waists
with   fancy  collars and   starched
cuffs, long sleeves, rcgti- 1   CC
lar price, $2.50     NOW      I��vJ
Ladies' Night Gowns
at Cost Price
White  Lawn   Night  Gowns,  low
necks,  short   sleeves,   nicely  embroidered, regular price   O   CA
$3.60,each         NOW   &*VV
LINEN TOWELS
All Reduced.
Ten   Dozen   Only   Linen
Towels, n gular price, each   O C.
in.*      NOW   �������'*-
[,600  Yards  Linen  Towels,  nn*
ular price 2 yards for 2Se.   OC*��
3 yards NOW   *a**��
Soft   Linen  Tailor  Made  Waisis,
SPECIAL VALUES IN
BOYS' SUITS
200 Boys' Suits, all sizes in two
and three- pieces at
25 PER CENT OFF
200 Pairs Boys'  Pants, all sizes,
25 PER CENT OFF
wiih long sleeves, starched cuffs,
regular   price  was  $2.7.10   AA
each     NOW-^'VU
Two Dozen Only Soft Linen Waisis
wiih  starched culTs,  very tire���.y.
regular price w.is  JH.OII  O   OC
each           NOW   mm\*LO
Twelve Duly   Irish   Linen   w.'isis
Two   Dozen  While   Liwn   Night
Gowns, long sleeves, regit- %   AA
lar price $1.50, cach.NOW leVV
LOW PRICE ON
HANDKERCHIEFS
Ladles  Linen   Handkerchiefs regular price 25c. each . NOW     1 C *,
50   Dozen   Children's   Handkcr-
kerchlefs.dos ,       NOW   O *�����.#���
Ladies'    Handkerchiefs,     regular
prin 15c .    NOW 3 for   Ojj-
Cheap and Good Corset Covers
While they last Five Dozen While
Corset Covers, regular price CA-,
75c., each NOW   ��-,Vt
Three Dozen Only White Corset
Covers, regular price w.-.s   OC*��
60c. each NOW   ���"���'��
50 per cent, off all
Laces & Embroideries
25 per cent, off all
Ladies', Children's
and Men's Hosiery
price 14, each      NOW   O A A
20 per cent, off all
RAINCOATS
Five    Dozen   Only   Black   S.iiien
Waists, regular prices $1.75, $1.50,
and 11.36 each.   NOW
75c to 1.25
25 per cent, off all
lines of Boots & Shoes
Colored  Wiiists, Six  Dozen only
regular price, 11.60 NOW   *7C_
JAB0U
OS
g��    Phone Black 243
ML
Third Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets.
"THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES."
Phone Black 243 THE   DAILY NEWS
BEST MATCH IN
PRINCE RUPERT
Quilldrivers Beat the Maple
Leafs Last Night by a Score
30-28.- A Record Game.
"With.nil doubt the best indoor
baseball game ever played in Prince
Rupert." This is the comment
today on last night's great league
match   between    [lie   (Juilldrivcrs
and the Maple Leafs.   The match
resulted in a win for lhe Quills
by the narrow margin ol two
points, ilu* score standing 30-28
in iheir favor al the finish. A
record crowd witnessed the match*
and the rooting was something
marvellous, As many varieties
of hoot, yell, and roar iis there
are trees on Mount Morse were
tried with variations, and every
kind of brazen instrument from
a trombone to a lireshovel added
to the encouraging din.
Quills played well all through.
Maple Leafs after the third inning showed splendid vim and
dash, and had almost recovered
their loss at the ninth inning.
Some of the Leafs' leeway is
attributed by the section of players
and fans to unfortunate decisions
on the part of Umpire Sidall in
the first few innings. Nelson
Dunn, thc other lion-heart who
dared to fill the onerous post
on the diamond, was thoroughly
approved.
LIBERALS PICK
DELEGATES
(Continued from Page One)
The Delegates
Following is the complete list
of the delegates elected to attend
the Nanaimo Convention: A. M.
Manson, A. J. Morris, T. D.
Pattullo, F. H. Mobley, G. R.
Naden, J. S. Cowper, Dr. W. S.
Hall, 1). McKinnon, F. W. Keeley,
J. M. Lynch, S. P. McMordie,
J. J. Sloan. The following were
elected as substitutes if vacancies
occur: H. F. McRae. H. Campbell,
Robert Ross, P. W. Anderson and I
K. Munro.
Mr. Morrison Honored
During the evening Mr. D. H.
Morrison  was honored  by  being!
elected   to   the  executive  of  the.
Liberal   Association   to   fill   the
vacancy created by the resignation
of Mr. T. D. Pattullo.
"The News" Classified Ads, f Empress : Theatre
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion*^
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
Phon. 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Murine
Ai'i-iilent
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors' anil Personal Bonds
Policies Prepari'd While You Wait.
IBS
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
I' S     Hi.n-t-s im.I RcnUta.
Fresh FLOWERS
CANADA AND ^^^^
BERING SEA i arctic studio,
On S.S. Princ Ucorite, tomorrtiwniornlnir
Sill Ave.. Law-
liutl.-i   Hi.il.l >���
Rainbow May Patrol Northern
Waters Next Sealing Season
under Terms of New Naval!
Agreement.
MONEY FOR
MINING EASY
Undt*r the terms of the naval
agreement between the Imperial
Canadian, anil Australian govern*
meats entered into ar the Imperial
conference the sphere of action of
the Canadian  Pacific warships is
placed as follows: "The Canadian
Pacific   st.uion   will   include   the
a a a & $ & a
THE RAJAH
a
-.- ���*,-��� si to a s. re- $ $ a a aa
Cleveland Company Score Another Clever and Amusing
Hit with Crowded Audience
Last Night in the Empress.
Rich in color, light, song, and
Lost and Found
(.ost-A  Ladlaa' Gold Watch,
turning to Newa Olllce.
Reward In "'���
BOI*!
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Money to Loan
Money to Loan on Prince Rupert Heal Btttt*.
Airreementa of Bale bouitht.   P.O. ll"* 988.
tf-181.
r
For Lease
TO-NIGHT!
30
PEOPLE
|      ^gjji
Two lots, alumna cleared off. best view in cily. on
6th Ave, close to Fulton St. The luinlii'r idled
on them Is for sale. Apply I'-ititain Brook...
Premier Hole!. 2t-l.au
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
t
For Rent
i
*****-**a**j
Furnished rooms with bath,
the week.   Talbot House.
Special rates l>>-
165-tf
things   arc   cut   down,   in   some
cases below cost.
You would save money by carefully reading Jabottr Brothers' full
page advertisement on another
page of this paper.
Neatly Furnlahed rooma. gentlemen iireferr.nl.-
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Large   well   furnished   room,   privnte   family.
Splendid view  of  harbor.     tiantlemen  only. |
Apply P.O. Box 1519. ItU-tf
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concert*,   entertainments,
dancea, etc.   Apply J. H. Rogers, phone 116.
Nice Furnished Rooms.
Block; Third Ave.
Greenwood, Alder
178-tf
New five room house, cor. Ith Ave. and Bowser
street,   tii * month.   Phone S or P.O. box 8W.
lt��-tf
Spokane   Fair  Superintendent I '������  18�� degrees longi
Believes so and Says Conti- sphere includes the waters as far
nent is on Eve of Great Min
Pacific   station   will   include-   tne ,      ,        , ... , +~.-��-~~.-w..*^..^^..^.,
.,���,,, . laughter last nights performance]
waters north of 30 degrees north, . ( Heln Wantnil
latitude- and east of the meridian "f    rh" RaJah    b>" ,hc ?eveland | { "e'P WantCd
of 180 degrees longitude."    This ('"��"1>   <- ������ml��n>' *��� �����  fW ���	
sphere includes the walcrs as far *m9 * **l>-cnd.d show.    I-rank fun  w.���t*-Good ..��d bov w h.io m k
. . ^  ...        . . :ill     lhe    ll.iv     thmllfh     ki-nl     t lit-'    make hlmaelf generally useful.    At
FOUR MONTHS
FOR STEALING
Tom Westerman Took a Kit
Bag, and Now Takes a Trip
Below. Six Months' Sentence
Awaits "Doc" Wilson.
ing Activity.
Mr. L. K. Armstrong, superintendent of the mining department of the Spokane mining fair,
has sent out a circular letter in
which he Bays;
"After a careful canvass of the
situation among mining men, lhe
management decided that we are
on the eve of the greatest mining
activity ever known and to meet
the demand f".' information, it is
iheir intention to call on every
district to be represented at thc
Spokane Interstate fair, to be
held next October, from the 2nd
to the 8th of that month.
"Money for mining, development and equipment is easier to
secure than for any other purpose
iit this time," siys thc Circular.
"and for the establishment of
plants for the manufacture of
clay products, etc., it should Ih.
equally easy to Interest capital."
mill as lower California and
ibout half way across the Pacific
and northward to the Arciic,
including Bering Sea.
Under the terms of lhe sealing
agreement it is anticipated that
the station will have hereafter
to provide the patrol vessel to go
yearly to Bering Sea, as ('.real
Britain, as one of thc signatory
nations included in lhe treaty
has agreed to provide a patrol
vessel. As Britain acted for Canada in the agreement and Canada
is to receive the advantage tle-
rived it is expected, says the
"Victoria Colonist." that Canada
will have to supply the patrol
and next season will probably seethe Rainbow started for Bering
Sea on lhe cruise similar to that
now being undertaken by H. M.S.
Algerine.
Wanlcd-Good alaed boy to help In kitchen and
make himself generally useful. Apply Jamea
ll.nel, .it.l Ave., corner of ixxi Street. tt
Scotch Woman wanta work, housecleanlng. washing or fancy Ironing. Work taken home if
desired. Apply Apartment House. 1st Ave.
and McBride 176-161
I Wanted-Man lo operate Soda Fountain.
i    Orme's Drugstore. Second Ave.
1 (-talking Range and  Kilchi-n  Furniture.
C >r. blh and Cotton Street..
way ii splendid show. Frank fun
all the way through kept the
packet I house in the very Ik-si of
humor.
Musical numbers throughout the
evening   by   the    Prince    Rupert
Orchestra were splendidly rendered
and accompaniments t<> the songs|���*~-~.������^-������^..*~-~.
by  those-   excellent   singers   Miss|j por Sale
Drena  Mack ;is "I.vdell.i" and (
���  . . ,,  ' ���*^..*��.*-*a.*^��*^. aa^^^^aaa.^.
. 11-rank Snydi r iis "( aptain I ine-y
wire  excellent.    Nothing   could
have liee-n funnier than the |K*r-
[ormance of Jack Wcsterman and
Hairy B. Cleveland in their parts'Fir
as "Bill" and "Slivers" the two
aeroplane sailors who tumbled into
the Sirred Garden of the Rajah's
Bath, made the acquaintance <>f
his numerous charming wives, and
even ii-uipi.l his throne for a
space iis Rajah and Secretary.
In her part as "Fatima" the
Rajah's first wife, Miss Peariita
kept the and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
marvellous make un and mann-l)      Business   Chances
erisins.    Encore*
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"CUPID'S  HANDICAP"
A Musical Comedy in
Two Acts
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION
GORGEOUS COSTUMES AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
50c, 75c and $1.00 Seat sale opens Thursday
Police e'ourt business yesterday
afternoon consisted in the sentencing of Tom Wcsterman to four
months'    imprisonment   at    New
West minster   for   theft   of  a   kit
bag, and the issuing of a warrant
for   "Doc"   Wilson   the   dubious
ttifatz | character who skipped out rather
than face sentence for frequenting.
months'  term awaits him
ever show his face again
Rupert.   Tom Wester-
,   , .man went down below today by
Apply | . . '
ino-it | the*   Prince   Rupert   in   charge  of
Apply 1
I iii.'.n uue -
****>���*******-***> ] .
T A six  tin.
J  should hc
t-i I-*-, ifr i in  Prince
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Slorey houae, household goods. Near Prince Rupert. A snap If
taken at once.   Address Box 36!.. tf
Sale-Owner will sell four good lota Nos. 23.
.'I. 2.1 and 21. Block 27, Section 5. Taylor street,
alien x 25 x Hal, at $700 each, on reasonable
terms.   Apply Box 999. P.O., Prince Rupart.
176-1S2
f
Insurance
~l
OUR Companion art notrd for prompt and juat
�����"itl�� merit*-. Wi* write' every known clan of
lniuranee. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
L  wile,  Miss  I'eanita!* .
lience in lits with lur| |       ���.>-,, j
make up and mann- )      Business   Chances      j
cores were demanded ������~---~-~*-~'*---*~'~*~*-��-'-��-*->*a*-������
liss
B
Fresh watermelons came in yesterday, muskmelons too.���Ideal
Provision House, Phone 100.
Geioseberries larger than olives
and as sweet as cherries with >r*(>!f���r ,i���, -,,��������, |,V Mia..,  i,1B,.��i,i.��. In_. ,   ..
I lor   tlie   SOIIgs   ll\    Miss   Josepllllle   Good money In Moving Pictures
pounds io a single bush have liccn 1 f ���.rrish as "Salome." M ^^^ ���
grown  this year in Sutnmcrland,'
Okanagan Valley, by Mr. G. W.
McLaren, a brother of Rev. E. I).
McLaren of Vancouver.
NOT ICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
Is fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
All delegates  throughout the  constituency will  please  endeavor te be
present
BUSINESS-Selection of a candidate to contest seat in Dominion Par
liament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)
H. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
jDren
Mack as "Lydclla" Prank Snyder,
as "Captain Tiney" and the funny
sailormen. A clever quintette by
M -srs. Westerman, Cleveland,
Snyder, Kemper, and Perkins in
the second act, was encored four
limes. The fifth call had to be
gratefully but resolutely declined.
Miss Drena Mack's white costume
in ihe second act displayed her
charms to perfection. The dresses
of Miss Gerrish were also very
becoming,   while   the   nine   merry
little ladies of the chorus set oil
iluir costumes and  parts  in   firsl
and second acts most attractively.
^^^^^^^^^^^ Wanted-A
larty to atart moving picture allow In I'rince
Hupert. Write m.< f.,r parliculara. 11. Davis,
Watertown. Wis. 137-wl
Gone on Holiday
The two Missis Barbeau left
this morning on the S.S. Prince
Rupert for Seattle, Tacoma and
other points on a few weeks'
holiday with friends.
one of Chief Vickers' officers.
If you want money apply P.
Box 933.
Mrs. J.
south this
H. Kugler
morning.
left   for  llic
Pantoriutr Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4,
YOUR CHANCE
HAS COME
No Excuse for Either Ladie; or
Gents Being Poorly Dressed.
Sharp at eight ..'clock tomorrow
morning, Jabour Brothers, tin well
know n dry goods merchants, 1;.-lit rs
and gents clothiers on Third ; venue between Seventh and Eighth
streets, will commence their third
annual summer side. Some startling bargains are announced among
win. h should be specially mentioned  the Vi'luis in ladies' silk and
while lawn waists, underskirts,
children's and boy's clothing, etc*
As im inducement to men all
suits and men's wear are reduced
25 |kt cent. Hoots and shoes in
all lines are reduced In price
very considerably. All raincoats
are reduced 20 per cent. Prices
in hosiery and a hundred and one
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
7th and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Hart Block
John Kadakas
Third Avenue       Bet. 7th and 8th Sts.
rasssns^KSi^
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GROUND
P.)
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Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
********
Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in time in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a :      :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Tim*
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official  Watch    Inspector.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
phone 82
!*exKKi*t*m--(m-MKK.-��m
FOR RENT
Store Building on Second  Avenue  and
Seventh Street.   Low Rent.
Jeremmh H. Kugler,
BNMXIOOnOOOMtKHKXKXK]
MUST   BE   SOLD
Three lots in Section 6, half block from McBride, and block
from School, price $600 each. $100 cash on each handles
them and balance on easy terms.   Will sell single lots.
See McCLYMONT,
Office Opposite Bank of Montreal.
���tCn    (-"il8** w'" handle a nice lot in
**OV    Section7. Price $326. Balance
monthly.
I Ate ������"��� snd 16, Block 49, Section 7,
LiUl9 $275 each*   $160 cash, balance
easy.
LoU on Summit Avenue at $600.   Easy
terms.
���Vpartment for rent, $20 a month. Nice
view.
For Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
see me.
LoU in Fort George at $10.00 cash and
$10 a month.     For free maps
and information sec me. Now
is the time tn buy loU in Fort
George.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Tenders.
Tenden will be received by the undenlgned ud
to Tueeday. Aug. 15th for plumbing dewerand
water) In the old ichool building, Second Avenue.
Plani and ��� peelflcation��� may be aeen at tho City
Engineer's ofllce.
W. D. VANCE,
2t-181 Sec. School Board
Tenders.
Tendera will be received by the underalgned up
to Tueaday, Aug. 15lh, for the painting of a
room In the old ichool building on Second Ave.
.Specification* may be seen at the City Engineer!
office. W. D. VANCE,
2t-181 Sec. School Board.
ForSale
Lot 9*]^^^
65 31
3 and 4 14
7 anil 8 36
Block   Section     ���'���;������
a
7 J.'"'
Come in and see our lilt xsi > ������>* ���"
other parts of ttw ''- ���
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince *m**% B*C-
TO WATER USERS.
On account of the MMcltJ i
;' iv.itiT
tho
pply will be cui on "'���".;,...,.
hours oH p.m. and B B.m. durlM t*
the supply will be cut ofT btt��*��]
hours oi t
dry weather.
177-tf
WM. MAHLON Ii.tV-S'
Supt. Ws '.��""������
S*^:8:3:3^^
INVESTMENTS
D
JEREM I AH    H.     KUGLER
He sells Buildings       He Bells Contracts
He has Houbcb to Rent
He buys Lota He builds Homes
Special  Bargains  in
Kitselas Lun.ls    Francois Lake Lands    Lakelse I.iiihIh
I In/.-ii mi District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
K it'mink Mum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble DcpoBiU
Liat Your   Properties  with  Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
M��*8*^^
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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