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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m,
Oct. 20
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irineeBS^oyiil Kriduy, p.m.
BILL MINER SENDS SOME
GOOD ADVICE TO JAILER
Tells the Officials of the Georgia Penitentiary in the
Future Noi: to Trust the Sick Prisoners���The
Old Man Has Not Lost His Cool
Nerve Evidently
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 20.���Bill Miner, tlie famous Canadian outlaw
who escaped from the Federal
prison here, and who formerly
broke from the New Westminster
l>, itentiary in British Columbia,
has been heard from by the prison
officials,
11'  a  post  card  which   is  the
limit   for   cool   ar.d   darirg   im
pudence the old outlaw has sent
llic officials a few words of advice.
It is to the effect lhat they would
lie wiser in future not to trust
sick prisoners. Mirer said his
own ill: ess wa.s a fake, and wa.s
only used to get himself transferred to the prison farm where
In* had the opportunity to get
awr.). He is believed to be heading
north.
MISSIONARY CONFERENCE
OPENED IN VANCOUVER
Leading Laymen and Missionaries of Every Denomination in Canada are Present���Will Consider
Needs of Home and Foreign Fields
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 20.���Having
for its aim thc education ol the
public in ihe need for active
missionary work, both in the home
..i il foreign Gelds, the men's grcat
missionary convention,' the first
ui .*. series to be held ir every
province ir Canada, opened last
evening ir the First Baptist Church
with about seven hundred tit-legates
ir attendance.
The delegates comprise the leading laymen and ministers of every
denomination in Canada. The
convention will last for Bcvecal
days, ard niai y noted speakers
will lit- heard.
C. P. R. OFFICES      LABOR COUNCIL
GUTTED BY FIRE        NOT SATISFIED
Accident at Golden- Mr. H. H.
Merriam, Assistant Engineer,
Loses Many Valuable Papers.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Golden, B. C, Oct. 20.���The
offices of Mr.  11.  II.  Merriam,
C. I*. R. assistant engineer, and
C. I). Lang were completely gutted
by fire early ihis moil ii g.    Mary
v -lu.'.l-le documents were destroyed
The cause of the fire was en over-
In .'.led stove.
The engineers an- hen* superintending some |nrgc Improvements
io the roadbed in the mountain
section.
J. F. COWAN BUYS
LOTS OF CLAIMS
They Want the Attorney General to Investigate the Police
Shooting Affair at Vancouver.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 20.���The Labor
Council las) right derided to ask
the Attorney General to make a
thorough ii vestigatioh Into the
circumstances leading up to the
shooting of a mar named Webber
by Detective Campbell for which
the latter was exonerated by a
coroner's jury.
Webber, it will be remembered,
was sho. I>y the Vancouver detective while rt ported to be escaping from custody a few days
ago.
HONOR FOR NANAIMO
C. P. R. PIONEER DEAD
John Allen, Pioneer Locomotive Engineer Passed Away���
Twenty-seven Years' Service.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 20.���Johr Allen, the pioneer locomotive engineer for the C. P. R., died here
today. Hc had lieen for twenty-
sever, years In the service of the
company, twenty-five of which
he spent in the Pacific division.
He was on his usual nn* to Mission
yesterday.
HON. A. G. McKAY STAYS
Will Continue to Lead the Liberal Party in Ontario Legislature.
Toronto, Ott. 20.���1 Ion. A. G.
McKr.y has beer induced by ihe
Liberal executive to retain the
leadership of thc Opposition in the
Legislature.
DR. SPR0ULE IS
TO BE SPEAKER
Many Changes Contemplated
in the National Terans-con-
tinental, Inter-colonial and
Waterways  Commissions.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 80.���Dr. Sproule,
has been chosen as the Government's nominee for the speakership of the House of Coniniors.
Ii is reported that the Government Intends to change the personnel of the National Tra.i s-
cor.tentinental Railroad Commission, the Internal Waterways Commission as well as the Intercolonial Railway Comissior.
The Same Old Story
You can't beat ihe Go dron
Petctang Shoe Pack for wear ar.d
comfort when in the hush. Sec
Scott, Froud & Co., the la dii g
shoe store, Third avenue.
Still Raining at Philadelphia-
Why Not Play at Prince Rupert.
(Canadiai Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 10 ���
Ri.ii' has again cr.uscd a postponement ol thc world's baseball
championship series, ai il the outlook tonight for a game tomorrow
is none to promising,
ANOTHER AVIATOR
This Time It is Ely, Who Flew
at thc Potiach This Summer,
Who is Killed.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Macon, Ga., O.. 20.���Ely, thc
aviator   who   gave   a   series   of
SAYS THE ITALIANS HAVE
SUFFEREDJIEAVY LOSSES
Correspondent of Berlin Newspaper Declares They are
Heavy Losers in the Nightly Skirmishes
Pure Humbug to Say That Turks and
Arabs are Talking of Surrender
BighU
tt   SeaItlc   last   siimmer
at the Potk-.ch Festival, wa*- kilted
r.l the 5-r.te Fair today when his
in. chii i- crashed jnto the ground
fn ni a distance ol liftv feel.
MASSACRE OF CHINESE MANCHUS
Refugees from Shanghai Confirm the Report That Eight Hundred
Manchus Were Cruelly Put to Death by  Rebels at Wu
Chang���Reports from the Legations Tend to
Discredit Despatches Claiming Decisive
Imperial Victory at Hankow
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London', Oct. 20.���There is a
scarcity <>f direct news from the
sphere of operations i'i Tripoli,
which is taken to mean thai a
strict censorship is being enforced
for some reason.
The most Important news has
come from Berlin. The correspondent of the Zcitur.g Ammittig
cabling from ferba, says ihe Italian
losses ir lhe i Ightly skiimislu-s
around Tripoli are very considerable. He seys ilu* Italian assertions that the Tink^ Bl il their
Arabs allies are discouraged and
are intending to surrender are
pure humbug.
Cholera, he staits, has claimed
many victims among the Italian
forces ai il the citizer.si [Tripoli.
(Canadian Pass Despatch)
London, Oct. 20��� Refugees at
Horgkorg from Shanghai confirm
the rt ports of a massacre of eight
hundred Manchus at Wu Chang
by lhe rebels, neither sex ror
age are bring considered.
Telegraph Silent
Hankow is again shut off from
direct telegraph communication
With   the   outside   world.     It   is
not   known whether  the  fighting
which began on Wednesday morn
ing between the revolutionists ai tl
the Imperialists still continues.
The last advices out of Hankow
Indicate that the rebels had retired to Wu Chang, having met
with a temporary reverse.
Are Despatches True?
But  thc  fact is  that  nothing
has been received from the Legations at  Peking during  the  last
twenty-four hours to indicate thai
the Imperialists really succeeded
in forcing a decisive engagement.
A Military Dictator
Yuan Shi Hai ir assuming the
office of Viceroy for Hupeh and
Hunan supercedes in authority
the War Minister. He goes there
under orders to Infllcl the most
heavy punishment upon all the
relic! ringleedi rs.
Germans Deny Fighting
The German 1 egation here denies iluii German troops engaged
i" street lighting al Hankow.
THE PROMENADE CONCERT
WAS A BRILLIANT SUCCESS
Large Assembly of Citizens Thronged the Gaily Decorated Hall���Music and Merriment in Plenty���
Ladies of the Church Did Splendidly
Last light the long-looked for room row planned li> the R. C.
TUG SWALLOWGEH IS WRECKED
Rocher de  Boule Group Near Beautifully   Designed   Address
to   the   King   is   Completed
by Mr. Owen.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 20���The Government's address to King George
on the occasion of his Coronation,
in which is contained the homage
nnd feeilitaiiors of the people
of the province has been executed
by Mr. Owen, of Nanaimo', and
is a veritable work of art.    It will
go forward to be signed by Premier
McBride and will be presented
to the King by Agent General
Turner.
PRAISED BRITISH RULE
Sir Andrew Fraser Says it is the
Only Thing That Keeps Peace
in India.
Vancouver, Oct. 20.-Th.-u Briiish rule is the only thing thai
keeps the peace In India, was the
statement made today before the
Canadian Club by Sir Andrew
Fraser. Sir Andrew has spent
India and
Hazelton Pass Into Hands of
Salt   Lake   City   Capitalist.
Hazelton, Oct. 10.���The Rocher,
il ��� Boule group of claims passed
into the hands of Johr F. Cowar
and associates last evening when
U. P. Trimble ard W. P. D.
Pemberton, who had a 126,000
IHnil on the claims, paid that
amount toW. S. Sargeni andC. H.
MuAro, ard transferred title in
the property to the Sail Lake
capitalist for a much larger cor.-
sideration, said to be 1260,000.
They will train a stock Interest.
The new owner has made plans
for extensive development work.
A crosscut tunnel will be begun
at once, under the direction ot
Frank Brown, who has beer appointed superlnti ndont. This tun-
rcl, which will In- abou! 200 feel
long, will tap the lower lead at a
depth of over 100 feet. In the
spring a road in Juniper basin
will be constructed, and a compressor and air drills will be
Installed.
Mr. Cowar left for Sail '.ako
City this morning, Ha win return
early next season.
thirty-seven years in
has served as governor of some of
lh... largest provinces.
a
Little Vessel Hit a Rock in Kitkatla Narrows at Four a. m. Yesterday Moming---Capt. Miller and John Brogan  Had
Narrow Escape from Drowning-���Were Rescued in
Nick of Time by Rufus Taylor in His Launch
Wrecked on a stir ken nick right
ir the tide-race in the Narrows
of Kitkalla Inlet, the twelve ton
steam tug "A. R. Swallowgelt"
owned by Mr. Miller, of Porcher
Island, sank in a few minutes
yesterday morning, ard her owner
and his mate John Brogan had a
narrow escape with their lives.
Hit in the Dark
The wreck occurred at four
a.m. in pitchy darkness, and lining was all bill over turned agairst
the rock by the force of the tide
race. Her lifeboat lashed alongside, was swamped and could not
be freed at orce. Both men were
ir Imminent peril or their lives
when in answer to the last blasts
fur    aid    from    the   tug's   Steam
whistle the new gasoline launch
Ptarmigan belonging to Rufus Taylor came lo the, rescue.
Almost a Tragedy
By the lime help arrived tilting was almost entirely submerged.
She had struck with great force,
and lorn a bad hole forward. Only
her cargo of logs for firewood kepi
her afloat, for she broke away
frt/in the rock soon after the
ptarmigan reached the scene. By
this  time   the  swamped   lifeboat
had birr freed, and the tlrerched
men were making an effort to
save  tluir  prop! riy.    Taken   on
board tite Ptarmigan they were
wanned and dried and when dawn
broke efforts were made successfully lo secure the wrecked vessel
which was a derelict awash with
only the funr.ej above water.
Thanks to a  sturdy engine,  the
Ptarmigan was able to tow ihe
"Stvallowgcii" lo Nortii Arm where
the tug w,\s beached.   It is doubtful if she car be repaired.
A Risky Passage
lr   attempting   to  make   the
passage   through   Kitkalla   Inlet
in the darkness wiih a tide race
of the sunken tug, is a rancher
on Porcher Island. His rescuer,
Rufus Taylor, is taking a ranch
there too liefore long.
A   TREAT   FOR   THE   KIDS
There Will be a Special Matinee
at the Empress Theatre Tomorrow.
Especially fur the benefit of
thc mothers who carrot leave
tluir little ones at nighl, ard for
lhe children who .-..re P.Ot old enough
to slay up Lite, the Dave Williams
Company will give a special mat
inee peffdrmance al 2.30 tomorrow
rurmlr.g the shipwrecked men were Jafternoo.1.   Thc pine selected is
"The   Swedes!    Cirl   ir    Dixie,"
a pretty play of the siirry SOU til,
with lois of fun bi d laughter In ll.
taking long eharces, but being
experienced boatmer on. thc coasl
ihey tried the trip for the "one
too often." Had the Ptarmigan
not chanced to !����� In the neighborhood before the drown il oul boilers
gave OUt  its last   blast  of Steam
to the whistle the wreck mlghi
have been a drowning Iragnly for
(hough the lifeboat was cleared
as help arrived the intr wire
about all in with the fighl against
heavy odds In- the storm ard
darkness.    Mr. Miller, the owner
The play Was a greal success when
presented one right a week ago.
The prins will be reduced for
the occasion,  and  special  care
will   be  taker   of  lhe   youngsters
who go unattended,
BUY    WANTED.   To   work
Steadily or before and alter school.
Wallace's. 21
Promenade Concert bj the Ladles
of the Roman Catholic Church
in Prii ce Rupert took place ir
the Mclntyre Hall, and a bright
assembly of citizens mel and great-
l> enjoyed the er u rtaii men. The
hall wns thronged fn m the.i perirg
of the concert until the h d of
the dance which followed it, and
the general verdict is that this
promenade concert which promised
to be ore of the most attractive
events i his fall, more than realised
the expectations of the city.
Every effort was made to ensure
enjoyment for nil, both the little
ores, the yotirg people, aid tluir
elders. The pastors of the church,
Rev. Father Bum*, Father Hart-
mann, ard their assistants lent
unsparing service to the ladies
in funherii g the preparations, and
were promir.a t amongst those
extending a cordial welcome to
all who arrived early or late. ���
The concert combined the de-
nni i> of bataar, musical ei tcr-
li-.il inert ar.d tii'ice with all  the
plensai i nccompai Intents of.- well
ordered tca-roomA The refreshment depattmei t under the capable m.-.i-agemcrt of a hi si of
the ladies of the church was well
patronised by merry groups of
friends at the prettily arrai ged
tables. All around the hall were
daintil) decorated stalls under the
management of charming youi g
ladies ai d the stalwart youi g
manhood of Prince Rupen dived
nobly into their pockets for the
benelii of the cause and '.heir
prim sweetmeat loving partners.
Proceeds of the promenade concert will go towards thc building
of ihe new reading and recreation
Church in Rupert.
Cnler   the   direction   of   Mr.
Bullock-Webster a very good programme of vocal ar.d instrumental
music was presented Gray's Orchestra contributi] g selections ir
the intervals.    Those who  n.k
part in the programme were: Mr.
Youngman   who   sai g   the   "Admiral's Broom," with good effect;
Miss Glaholme, in  "Forgotten,"
sang sweetly ard was repeatedly
encored.   Tii y little Ben ice La-
velle  proved  bewitching  in   her
dainty little sorg "The  Honeymoon" and her wonderfully good
whistling  of  the  chorus  as  an
encore brought down  the house.
Mr.  Davey gave "Love's Coronation"   with   his  usual   success
and responded to encores.   Miss
Heh n   Haw Icy   proved   herself  a
pretty ringer in  "Dreams" and
give very successfully as ar en-
ere the dainty "Violet Sot g"
from The Arcadians. Mr. Clapperton .--id Mr. Davey in "The
Rivals" were especially popular.
Mrs. Chisolm gave a very successful reading "The Los1 Art," ard
Mr. Bullock-Webster himself contributed a very much appreciated
item in "The Cradle Sorg" by
Wallace. Applause and encores
greeted Mr. H. G. Fletcher's rcr-
hrii g of "Greeting" by  C.   B.
Howlcy, and  "A  Resolve,"   II. ��le
Fantai ailles, An amusing parody
on "The River Shannon," by Miss
Hawlcy, proved an acci ptable it�� m *
,*i the end of the programme
which included also a recitation
by Miss Grant, and a sorg l>>
Mr Couture who, however, were
iu foriir.'ii l\ nol able io be pres-
cnt.
SCAFFOLDING FELL
Thomas Chisholm Killed and
J. Ramsay Injured at Vancouver    Both are Painters.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Varcoiiver,   B.   C,   Oct.   20.
Thomas Chisholm, a painter, was
Instantly killed and J. Ramsay
probably fatal)}- injured today
when a scaffold upon which ilu >
were workjng a1 thc Orpheum
Theatre gave way. The men fell
forty feet. They were engaged
in painting the Iwijdirg at the
time.
Mr. A. K. Stewart, of Victoria,
is ir town on business for a fi w days
Road Superintendent Gilling-
ham h fi town lasi nighl on the
Pripce Johr to sec aboul cutting
a trail through from Nader Harbor
,o the new oil district at Otard
Bay on thc west coasl of Graham
Island.
Supcrintendei t Tyson, of the
Indian Department, is due here
at    the   ei il   of   the   week   trom
Hazelton where ho has been inspecting the Indian agencies.
SATURDAY SPECIAL. Lr
dies' cashmere hose 26c, Wi
lace's. 2t
New Fruit for Rupert
Pomegranate, a luscious Mexican  fruil,  is being displayed r.t
[Shrubsall's Market���the orly place
In town where you car buy them. THE DAILY NEWS
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Friday. Oct. 20
WHY   THIS   BELATED     CLEAN-UP?"
An announcement was made by the Police Commissioners on
Wednesday afternoon that the dismissal of two police constables had
been decided upon. The Board of Police Commissioners made a
brave pretence of upholding public virtue. The Acting-Chairman
in a statement to the press, is reported to have said that "The Commissioners intend to put a stop to this intimacy between the police
and the restricted district."
This is a quite excellent decision. But why has thc Board allowed
this intimacy to exist at all. Since the Board came into power they
have tolerated and protected it. They have insulted respectable
citizens who sought to arouse iheir intention to the disgraceful cor-
ditiuii-a that were well known to exist. October 16th is a very late
diite in the year for the Board to waken up to this decision.
Ever since the Board fooled the Moral and Social and Reform
Council into passing a resolution of thanks for their work in creating
a vice monopoly for the benefit of the parlor-house keepers, their
"efforts to rid thc town of undesirable characters" are an object for
suspicion.
If the Board is sincere in its dismissal of the officers on public
and moral grounds, why was their meeting held behind closed doors?
If the Board is sincere in its dismissal of the officers on public
and moral grounds, how does it happen that three months ago they
sent the following offensive letter to a citizen, who laid a charge against
one of the officers, on the sworn testimony of a woman.
Following is thc Clerk's letter, showing the attitude of lhe Board
of Police Commissioners on these moral and public questions so
recently as .August 1st:
"I am directed to state in reply that it is observed that the
information is laid by one Gipsy Hamilton, a notorious prostitute. . . .who is now awaiting judgment on a charge of
keeping ii common bawdy house.
"Under the circumstances it is deemed unreasonable
for the Board of Police Commissioners to take any notice
of such information, and the Board considers it is quite
competent to deal with any question affecting its police
officers without proceeding upon information laid by
a prostitute.
"It appears from your letter that you have begun proceedings
in the Police Court, and the Board will await with interest
the result of such proceedings without taking any part
in the same."
Then- is another question (he Police Commissioners might answer.
Why was the unfortunate creature referred to ir thc letter, threatened
by die pojice with arresi aril imprisonment unless she left lhe town,
at a lime when ihe Police Court investigation was pending, unless
thc Board had committed themselves to a policy of shielding the conduct
of (heir officers from investigation.
Why did the Board refuse to act in August? Why was the Hamilton woman driven out of town by threats, the moment she threatened
to talk? What is thc reason for the new policy? What is behind this
sudden decision to have a "clear-up" on the force?
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Real Estate and Stock Brokers
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- THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE  INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     \
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This is a little section of the paper, which (rom day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
AGILE LADY DOCTOR
Saved   Herself   from   a   Long
Enforced Voyage
Dr. Grace Bebee, of San Francisco, is home and practising medi-
FAREWELL, HOBBLE SKIRT
Very   Latest  Now  is  the
"Tail Skirt"
Th
W. L. BARKKI;
Architect
Second avi-njc and Third street
Over Westenhaver Broa.   I
MUNRO &  I.aii.kv
Architects,
Stork Building, Second A    :.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDIIORS
Law-Butler Building     Phone N   _*���*,
Prince Ruoert p.0. Box 861
The people who believe that
professional baseball is a bad thing
for Canada ar.d those who hold
that it is worthy of public patronage will both nnd something to
please them in a two-part article
in the current issue of "The
Canadian Courier." Ernest Paterson claims that professional baseball "can no longer in any Icgiti-
N'tw York, Oct 20.���The passing
of the hobble and the advent of
the tail iire shown lure today
in   lhe   exhibitions  of   the   latest
Paris fashions by livirg model:-.
The tail is just evolved in Paris.
It flaps and flutters behind to the
lefi. Colors i-.re quieter this fall
also ard lhe widened oul gar-
ments shown by the models Indicate thai ihe days of the lineiess
iatly and hobble skirt are almost
over  ard   by  nexi   spring   there
New fall and winter hats for
ladies and children in great variety.���Wallace's. 2l
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THE EMPRESS THEATRE
GRAND JATINEE
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Doors open at 2.30.   Curtain at 3 sharp.
By special request a repeat performance
of the charming play
"The Sweetest
Girl in Dixie"
Come along and bring the children.   They will enjoy seeing
DAVE WILLIAMS AS UNCLE GIOROE
Admission 50c
ALL OVEK
THK HOUSE
Children 25c
m. Prince John sails for Port Simp-
Bon, Naas River, and Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4  p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
Dfflce of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
P. CADE. N. G.
GLUCK, Sec.
TO RENT
Comfortable 4 roomed house on
Ambrose Ave., with fine
view of harbor
$15.00 a month
Good 4 roomed house on Hay's
Cove Ave., in block 35
$15.00 a month
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
,.-_������
The Daily News
50c PER MONTH
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
mate sense be regarded as sport.'
He says that "the whole baseball
organization   is   tainted   through
and   through   by  a   venal  commercialism."   He declares ihat the
spectators arc quite willing  that
the game should be poor baseball
provided   that   the   home   team
wins.    He holds that "the whole
temper of the game is an absolute
antithesis to all that is usually
accotirted s*iortsnamlike ard honorable."     Finally,   he  says  that
professional baseball  has several
very bad effects or. the boys and
youths   of   the   cities,   and   that
it should be abolished from Carada.
KKK
On the other hard, "Bleacher"
asserts that professional baseball
is of as grcat importance to the
people   of   this   century   as   the
Olympic  games were   to ancient
Greece.    Hc claims that baseball
had (o become professional became
it proved to be too great a game
to be played only by amateurs.
He declares that professional baseball is worthy of public support
because of thc excellence of the
playing ard of the splendid way
in   which   il   is   managed.    Also
he asserts that  each game is a
real   cor lest   between   two   cities
because���although mostl) "aliens"
���the business judgment of the
nu r behind baseball ir ore city
is pitted against the si.me element
ir the other cities.
K    M    M
II. W. Stevenson, holder of the
English billiard title, and one
of ihe greatest players ilie game
has ever known, is visiting Vancouver on his way from Australia
to London. He haa been out in
the -Antipodes playirg a series
of matches wiih Fred I.ii drum,
the 25-year-old Australian cham-
pion, and is now returning to the
old Country for the annual big
series. Stevcrsor conceded Lin-
drum 4000 points in a game of
18.000 and won.
nun
"The greatest rush on' record
for baseball tickets," is what those
familiar with the history of world's
series advance sties rail it.   Many
schemes to secure especial attantion
to their requests for pasteboards
were tried by various applicants.
Messenger boys by the score came
to the offices with letters enclosing
applications ard money, but they
all were turned away.   Ore enler-
prislng Individual enclosed his application ir a huge packirg box
marked "Valuable," ard sent it
In   (he   offices   of   the   club   by
express,    The letter was taken
from  the box and  tossed into a
pih* of thousands of applications.
RUN
The Rochester players presented
John Gatuel with a silver tea
service before they disbanded, 11
will find a place in the $13,000
house which Ganzcl is building in
Rochester.
cine today instead of being well
-tarted toward China, solely because of her unusual agility. She
climbed fifty fee; down a rope
ladder swung from Jie side of ar
outbound 1-i'ir.
Whe.i ihe steamer Siberia sailed
for   the   Orient    yesterday,    Dr.
Beebe did noi hear the "all ashore"
whistle.   The first she knew about
it was when the big boat began
to saring i.i the swells ard currentsIwill be real hips again.
near Alcatras Island.
"I want to go home," she said
to Captai.i A. K. Seeder. "Please
take me back."
"We carry the mails " observed
the captain. "Our first slop is
Honolulu. '
"But I am a doctor and I
must look after my patients,"
objected thc shanghaied young
woman.
Capiain Seeder whittled for a
tug and when ii bobbed alongside,
had a rope bidder swui g over
The doctor wiihoti. a word, swung
down the liner's side, waited for
the tug to rise on the wave, and,
drenched with spray, let go at
just the proper lime. She saw
her patients today
HOBBLE SKIRT OUT
Curves  All  the  Rage  Now
Parisian Styles
ALFRED CARSS,
of British Columbia
��� nil Manitoba 11;,ra
0. V, BENNRT, B.A
��ni.c..,^-,���0.e��,
Ku__�����"*'���
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlc-s-Exch-.nl***** block, corner Thr-, s .
Sixth street. Prince ll'in.rt.
��� ��� i-nue anj
WM.
ii.s.
S. HALL, 1..U.S., 1
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty
All dental o!,er*tle,ns skilfully mated   ,';. 'I,
local anasthetlc. ailmini (tend I ��� ��� ; '
traction of teeih.      Consult;,, '*
���'.: '
Helirerion Block. Pnnee Ruiwrl.
Alex.M.Manson b.a.,    W.E.Willi.,m..*i �� .llo
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitor.*, etc.
Box 2S5
I'rince Rupert, B.C
CLEVER   BURMESE  WOMEN
They   Practically   Run   Their
Nation's Trade
in
Charles   Kiir/man.   the   world-
Every one knows that the Burmese women are practically the
men of the nation, as far as business
goes, having the trading iusiinct
very strongly, while Burmese men
are lazy and inefficient. Travellers say thai in spite of being
good traders Burmese shop women
are really aggravating; for thc
mranger may walk through tht
markets for hours without being
shown the least attention by the
traders. They sit. those dean
Burmese women, cross-legged on
long tables in front of high cupboards holding their goods, and
smoke and gossip, or arrange theii
famous Fifth avenue man m'llirer, icoiffure or dress, apparently ol
who arrived on the Kaiser Wilhelm
II. recently, brought word of a
new fashion set at Trouvillc of
-skirts cut open at tho bottom
in front to permit more grateful
livious of the longing looks ol
thc would-be purchasers, unless
he or she lias something in (treat
or manners that seems absurd
to the trailers;  if that be the case,
BIG SHIPMENT OF
Boots. Shoes and Rubbers
JUST   ARRIVED
Women's and Children's Felt Slippers
The Ideal House Shoe for Cold Weather
Now is the time to attend to your Footwants
OUR STOCK IS LARGE    -    OUR PRICES LOW
"Miss Canada" Shoes For the Ladies
Unsurpassed for style, Ut and durability.    Give us a call���wc make no
charge   for   showing  goods,   and  you   arc  sure  of  a  square  deal.
JABOUR BRO&
825 Third Aresie       THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Pbsoe 243 Black
w ilking and showing thc ankles.
The ne.v style, set by the Baronne
de Vaughan at the French watering
place is the antithesis of ihe old
hobble skirl, which restri, ted and
hampered walking instead of mak-
ii g it easy.
Mr. Kurzman also dcr-arcd that
the fash'on of ;he season w.'l Incurves i.\ .he iii-4.ii i; of gowns,
and lhat Parisian ruttcis ha\e
orders to make curvrs, no matter
how the figure, and that they had
evolved some starlli.ig effects.
Fur hats and large velvet hais
will be the rage ihis season, and
paradise and OS.rich fen.hers, as
well as goura, wi'l be seer, much
in fashlonab'e headgear.
MAN MADE LAW
But   It   Works  All   Right   for
Wives
California has a new law that
sends a man to jail when he fails
tO support his family. He Is then
put to work In the streets, and
81.50 a day is paid to his family,
The women interested In the progress of lhc sex arc jubilant over
thc law and hope it will be adopted
in every state in .he Union.
the joke is passed up or down (lit
baaaar until all iire laughing.
11 requires a great effort to gel
a Burmese shop woman (they arc
nearly all women) to show you her
silks, and when  at hist  she has
spread her merchandise broadcast
upon the table ard yo.l are reveling
in the illusion that you are living
in the middle of a rainbow, with
a chance of holding fast lo some
of its Colors, she will ask her
price (which is seldom more than
ore ruptt too much) and will
���til k  to il  lik<* glue.    She is an
Indolent lady In many ways, who
loves  a   i|iii.*,   life,  ard   she   has
determined lhat her most comfortable count is not to haggle
in the market place. So you
may   make   up   your   mini   thai
bargaining and persuasion are useless arts to practice in Burma!,
however valuable they ninj  be
elsewhere.
200 Linen Napkins, "travellers'
samples," at bargain prices.-��� Wallace's. 9|
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
P. O. BOX 21 PKINir: I'.LPEHT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ruriL of wa. foios. esq., a.r.a.m.. ios.,*bo
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND BIPORTI
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE KI'PEBT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *  SADDLERY  MAM FACTIREI
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried,
Outside Orders Promptly FilW.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 1 Ith St,
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard*
Twelve Tablea Second Ave.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamtittingai-d
Sheet Metal Work
onto: IM Av
I'll -,-������ 1*4
Workihotv
2nd Ave. bet, 7th ani -III Su.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frmni Wllciek. Pari, ���nd Brris.
Room 28. Alder Block UpsUi"
====E.   EBY   C&   Co.=s
REAL EsrAr.1*:
Kitsumkalum Lanl Fur Suit*
KITSUMKALUM ���        1; C
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prin.*��.  It ii..-.I  L*slir*\  M ��� '   ;
Eno-lanel. meets the. first ani  thirl   I
"���ch month In thc Sons of Knulan-I BUI       -'-l
Ava. at 8 i'.n,.
F. V. CLARK, s. . ._
P.O. B..Ka|.' |*,,...*lluprn
ERNEST A. WOODS. PreslJem. "
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave.
Between 7th - Sth Sts.
I'ri*. ��� Hu|*rt
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONA111.1
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  356.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS anb EMUALMI.I.***
Funeral  Directors
��rd Are. near 6th St. Phone *--'���
J
..Grand Hotel..
Worklnflman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. snd 7th St
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Ntwspsp**1
M igazines
CIGARS
:: Periodicals
:: TOBACCOS  ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
,��������.-��-*��4USfc��" THE DAILY NEWS
BANKRUPT SALE
W*\
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AT THE
ACME CLOTHING HOUSE
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We have bought THE LARKIN STOCK of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Slater and Plyde's Shoes at
56 Cents on the Dollar
In order to make a quick disposal of this high class stock we
are going to slaughter same at most ridiculously low prices.
We are going to place our complete stock of high grade
Clothing and Furnishings at  Great  Bargains   .'   .'   .'   .*
15 Days Commencing
SATURDAY, OCT. 21, at 8 a.m.
HERE    ARE    SOME    OF    THE    BARGAINS:
L0T1
52 pairs Children's Shoes and Slippers in all colors
Regular Price $1.00 to $1.25
Sale Price 70c Pair
100 pairs Boy's and Girl's Shoes, Reg. Price $2.50
Sale Price $1.55 Pair
LOT3
50 pairs Misses' Patent Leather Oxford Shoes, Regular Price $3.50
Sale Price $1.85 Pair
LOT 6
75 pairs Ladies' Slater Shoes, Reg. $5.00
Sale Price $3.65 Pair
LOT 4
50 pairs Ladies' Shoes, Reg. $3.00 and $3.50
Sale Price $1.90 Pair
L0T5
100 pairs Ladies' Slater Shoes, Reg. $4.50
Sale Price $2.95 Pair
LOT 7
48 pairs Men's Boots, Regular $2.75
 Sale Price $1.25 Pair
lots
52 pairs Men's Box Calf Blucher Shoes, Reg. $4.00
Sale Price $2.95 Pair
isOTl
50 Men's Tweed Suits, Reg. $14.00 to $18.00
Sale, Your Choice $8.95
~~        LOT 10
100 Men's Worsted Suits, Regular $16.00
LOT 12
100 dozen Men's Grey Sox, Reg, 25c pair
Sale Price 15c Pair
LOT 13
50 dozen Men's Wool Sox, Reg. 35c pair
Sale Price 20c Pair
LOT 18
14 dozen Men's Fancy Negligee Shirts, Reg. $1.25
- Sale Price 85c
LOT 19
80 dozen Four-in-hand Ties, Regular 25c
Sale Price $9.95
LOTH
86 Men's Suits, Regular Price $22.00
Sale Price $14.95
LOT 14
50 Men's Wool Sweater Coats, Reg. $2.00
Sale Price $1.15
LOT 15
100 Men's Wool Sweaters, Reg. $1.50 to $2.00
Sale Price 95c
LOT 16
50 pairs Men's Tweed Pants. Reg. $2.50
Sale Price $1.45
LOT 17
i Wool Fleece
it
Sale Price 50c Garment
100 dozen Men's Wool Fleece Underwear, Regular 75c garment
Sale Price 15c
LOT 20
46 dozen Four-in-hand Ties, Regular 50c
Sale Price 25c
LOT 21
110 dozen White,  Blue and Red  Handkerchiefs,
Regular 10c
Sale Price 5c
LOT 22
46 dozen Silkine Handkerchiefs, Reg. 25c
Sale Price 10c
LOT 23
44 dozen Parafln Gloves, Regular 25c
Sale Price 10c Pair
THE ABOVE IS ONLY A FEW OF THE BARGAINS ��� HUNDREDS MORE UKE THEM
ar ANTEE���   "Your money back as cheerfully as we take it from you to dissatisfied customers."    All goods marked in plain figures.    Red Tag Sale Price, ONE PRICE TO ALL
REMEMBER THE DATE, PLACE, AND COME EARLY TO THE	
ACME   CLOTHING   HOUSE
SECOND AVENUE
PRINCE  RUPERT
STORE:  CLOSED  ALL  DAY FRIDAY  TO  RE-MARK PRICES  FOR THIS GREAT  SALE   fll THE DAILY NTEWS
SAW HIS GHOST
AS LOVER DIED
Strange Story is Told in Connection With the Tragic
Death of Robert Wills at
Montreal.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Oct. 20.���A tragic
death befell Robert Wills, an
employee of the Canada Rubber
Company ni Montreal, yestcrda)
in Connection with which a >ii.tum*
story i*. told. The young man
came in contact with -i live wire
carrying a heavy power load .mtl
w.i*. alinuM instantly struck dead.
Ai ilu* very moment of his death,
his fiance. Miss Winifred Hughes,
says she became conscious of the
ghostly presence <>f her lover stand"
ing behind her. Tho apparition
caused her to fear that some
harm had befallen him.
Tho young couple had made
all arrangements to bo married at
ihi*. coming Christmas.
TO REORGANIZE
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Important Changes Contemplated in the Ecclesiastical
Provinces in England.
DORA THORNE
Tonight's Play is One That
Many Novel Readers are Familiar   With.
The  Dave  Williams  Company
have selected for tonight the presentation "of  "Dor.'.   Thome"  a
dramatisation of the popular story
ol that name by Bertha M. Clay.
Almost every one has read this
Interesting novel and will be anxious to compare the play with the
hook, while others who have never
read  the hook have a treat in
store.   "I).,r.'. Thome" ranks high
as  an   English   comedy  drama.
The pathos and thc comedy are sn
intermingled that a laugh and a
sigh follow each other In quick
succession.   Mr. Arthur Cyril and
Mi*��� Marguerite Doyle have strong
t-ointly pan*, m which they do
full   justice,  while   Miss   Pinkie
Mullaly has a charming pari which
Iii- lur like -i glove.
"Dora Thome" is said lo be
one of the strongest and most
pleasing plays the company present
Rome, Oct. 20.���.-\n important
reorganization of the Catholic
Church in England has been decided upon, and a Papal bull will
shortly be issued dividing England
Into  three ecclesiastical provinces
with archieplscopal sees at Liverpool, Birmingham and Westminster. Two now dioceses will also
be funned, ono out of a portion
of Liverpool and ihe other out of
the actual diocese of Northampton,
with iis soo in Cambridge. Thus
the groat see of Westminster will
be considerably reduced in dignity,
as, instead of fourteen suffragan
sees, as, now it will have only
four.
"The News" Classified Ads.
i ���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL
LOOKING
OVER���
FreshFLOWERS
By S.S. Prince George tomorrow a, iii.
Owen Wister Dead
Cleveland, 0., Oct. 20.���While
his wife was rushing westward to
his deathbed on a special train
Owen Wister, author of "The
Virginian," died in Wyoming. Mrs.
Wisier was attending lhe state
federation of women's clubs, when
.tho news of her husband's serious
illness reached her.
SPECIAL R"""* *nd Liii-M of *hr
^^^~m^^~   Valley will arrive for Ihe
La
For Rent
1
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Masonic Ball on All Halloween
ARCTIC STUDIO, <-"' *���*-��� k**
OPKN SUNI1AYS
Butlor llmlrl ,-
rii,,nk QaitN mu',
Furnished nx-ma with bath.    B
thr week.   Talbot House.
Ne-ntly Furnished rooms, Matl.ni
Annly Mrs. Mullin. ovor Ma. tl
Ni,*.- Furnished Hooms,  Mrs. On
lllexk; Third Ave.
1* e.r Kent-Sons of England Hall. 8191
DanOjM. Fraternal Societies. Socials,
Frank A Fills. Box mill or ph���ni* 68,
i>,r,-litl rules by
lelo-lf
��� ���ti ir,,-l",-rreel.-
0 Tlii'iitn-.     tf
lenwoodi Aleler
tm
| Fur Kent-Furnished rooms. Hot m���l eoM water
with bath. Ulirby Itejoms. 8th Ave. lad Fulton
Street. tf
,f Ave., for
,*u*. Apply
lwl-tf
NEWTON   OF TORONTO
Alderman Objecting to Wood
Poles  in   the   Queen  City
SAVED HIS MONEY
Indian Agent Deasy Performs a
Paternal Act for One of His
Charges.
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Lift*
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
1" S.    ll. hi si--, antl Kcnt~.lt.
For Sale
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'10-30 Savaite Rldo. -rood as new,   P. O. Box 261.
2.15-211
For Sale-Chicken Kanch. 2 Stony house, household Kooels. Near I'rlnoe Rupert A snap if
Uikon at once.   Addreu Be>\ MS, tf
$2iKm takes excellent view lot with substantial 4-
roomed cottage, lot a. block 2. section 5.  Borden
St.   Fn,nun- on premises ���r I'.O. Box 8.
238-212
Insurance
a,~-a_+
.sssfcaes. ,sj*
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlements. We write every knuwn class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Notice
Alderman Maguire is cxideiuh
the Alderman Newion of Toronto
city council. Ho called lho attention of the council recently to
"the unsightly wooden polos"
which the Toronto Ihdro-Eleciric
system proposed to erect on Yonge
street north of Wood street.
"The merchants there want to
buy light .ind power front the
dty," he declared, "but ihey sax-
thai they will not do so if the
city puts those ugly wooden poles
on their street."
Mayor Geary slated that the
matter of putting tall ���wooden
poles on business streels was engaging the attention of the commission, who would make e report
tb count il in the near future.
Our patrons will please note that all accou
ni*,mist the Individuals at the firm, the Pony
press, will be kept separate from those
Company, dating from the 1st of October, I'll
E. A. ELLIOT,
J. ROOTJES.
Mt-Sa FRED PETERSON.
r
-count* ; 1
ny Ex- I
of the  +*���
Wanted
w. j. McCutcheon
X   Carries complete slock of Oruirs.   Special
X      attention paid to tilling prescriptions.
Theatre Block i sn No. n Second Are.
j Stenographer Wanted-Apply Box 1531 tf
,     Wanted���A good smart boy for provision store.
; Apply at ",'.,<��� Ideal Provision House.        .'".-if
Wnnted   Nursing.      Obstectrlcs a  specially.
Residence *-_;��� Third Ave.    I'hone 243 Retd. tf
!    Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, allcratlons
and repairing for men and we-men.    Dressmaking
! railed for und dellveresl.    Mrs   Charles  1'ercher.
j K2U Third Ave.   I'hone 2��4 Red. tf
; Wanted girl for general housework.   Small fam-
[    Ity.   Apply lo Mr-. N. F. Helmer. lilh Ave. and
McBride St.   Telephone 257. 240-242
Wanted���All kinds of embroidery worked at moderate prices. Send your own pieces anel have
them worked. Mrs. W. E. Wllllscroft, Itlg Hay
P.O. 2.1*1-240
Indian   Agont   Thomas   Deasy
is in the city at present on l>u-i-
fondh  treasuring a
lb
Special for Saturday
Largo shipment of bananas at
30c. por dozen. Fresh cucumbers,
lettuce, Brussels' sprouts, huckleberries.     We   have  oranges  ar.d
ii �� 8 a a �� ii a a a ii n a
M
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Pretty Love Story of the
Mining Can-.ps Pleased
the Theatre Goers Last
Night.
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Lost and Found
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FOUND-2 Small Keys,   in.iuire at News Olllce
225-tf
Lost���Ladies' watch in bracelet.   Reward bv returning to Newa . iii..- If
Exchanged   by  mistake-" Currie"  Waterproof
Coal for one exactly similar but with plumb
Do away with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line. ��1 to garden toediat the loweit market price*, at Cullart's
olir Feed Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Dellvory
I'll,,,,.*- 41 or 301
la.l, In the i..M-k��-i.
ed at News Olllce.
Re-exchange can be alt eel-
Real Estate
......i ~f *!<*-. ...i- ii             ~i J grapes enough  to  supply  every
wad u( >12.> which hi- in*r*-uailed ,,    '.. *               *' J
eh. tmAimm -Umm*. c ._ i- I family
prices. Shrubsall's Market, Third
thc Indian Mark Spence to leave!
in his safe keeping while in town,
Mark fell off the wharf on Tuesday
nighl,  and  was  wrecked  oii   thc
Metl.'.k.ul.i   h.'.r  on   Wednesday
night,  so  Mr.  Deaty  reckon*-  lull, a saved hi* ward's 1126 for him
all right.
in  Prince Rupert at right
Party Dresses
'  White   and   colored,   lace   and
embroidery trimmed, mull party
dresw s.   Wallace's. 2t
From the Fighting Line
To  fight   the weather in
footwi ar i> a snap.   Get
Froud & * '.i. in lit you up.
avenue pear Ful (on street, phone
275.
Montreal Assessment
Montreal, Oct. 20.��� (Special)���
This <*iiy's gn ss assessment is now-
put at 1499,920.019. Exemption
from taxatloc alone amou.U to
1119,228,417.
Adoration Certain
Our charming range of Ladus'
Evening  Pumps cannot   fail  to
attract attention.   Have you seen
����r|them?   Scott, Froud & Co
5cotl
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE
TO-NIGHT
"Dora Thorne"
A young girl, seeking her father,
coming into a rough mining enmp,
and conquering the rough but
manly hearts by her sweet and
honest womanliness, that is ilu*
story that pleased the crowd at
the Empress Theatre last right.
I it tie Tennessee r.s plr.ycd b>
Mi-as Pinkie Mtillaley, ar.d her
pardner Caleb Swan as played by
Mr. Van Dyke, were safely married
in the end of course, but rot
until   Tennessee   had   risked   her
life for the man she loved, and
then in desperation at her halting
lover, had proposed to him herself.
"Tennessee,  did   \c  ever  think
of gitiin' married?" waa as far as
Caleb could go
"Waal, ain't I .- gal. Whal
a fool question to ask," replied
Tennessee to the huge delight  of
the house,
Dave Williams was n spoi a-jlili
for most of the fur.-making ard
kipt the house In con tii ual laughter, while the rcmr.lrder of thc
company,  who  were  excellent!)
cast, did splendid Work. "Tennessee's Pardner" i> m-e of the
best plays the ci nip. i \ has pul
on.
OVER-SEAS  CLUB
Branch Formed at Ha/rlton
with Mr. J. F. Macdonald as
President.
..a���... ��-- +
Will buy lots In Prince Rupert at bargain price,
for caah. Apply P.O. Box 860 stating location,
price, etc. ���31-If
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Af cnta
Order, promptly lilled.   Price. rea-r-rnsl'le.
OH li K   II  B. Rochester. Centn St.    Phon. 6*
PONY EXPRESS
.--.  liven  m n. ii.m ,.* i��'i.ivi'Rr aaavicc
Baggage. Storage and  Forwarding Agent..   Fear
Rig. or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
NOTICE
On and ..it. r Ortnl*er 27th I will afaln :have
charge ol the Shoe Repairing Shop on ve*->,n<l
avenue   helm-con   Seventh   and   Eighth   street..
Vied lor some time  by  Ludwic Slrubic.    I
������ *"'��� '
will
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, acction  1,   First  Av,*.
Price $2500,  $1000 cash,   balance 6,
1- and 18 montlia.
1 lot, block 9, section 5, Sixth Avenue,
Price $1525, half cash, balance 6,   12
and 18 months.
1 lot, block li, aection 6, Summit Ave
Extra  large 32-foot front.      Trice
$1250, $800 caah, terms.
Lota  10 and  11,  block 24,  aection 5,
7th Ave.   Two fronts.   Make offer.
1 lot, block 16, acction 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Haya Cove, with
house ,12x20.   Price $2625.
2 loU, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave
Price $600 each, $300 cash, balance
$25 per month.
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each, $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
Comforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind uu
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comforters and have put them on sale at the low price of $1 BK
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the $16 Eider-
down, also blankets and bedding in large quantities   ���   ���
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-:   WIIKI1K   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed Lounges ami
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case Goods
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,  Baby  Buggies.
For the
Kitchen
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
and all kinds of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Teapots, Beanpota, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters ami a
complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French  and
English  China  in sets or by  thc  piece.
Miscellatl- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous O.lermoor
s-.       ��� Mattress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for frum-
eOUS LtOOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardinicrs, Vases, Bar  Glasses uf
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  uf  all   kinds.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 62
HOUSES FOR SALE     \*M
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor view in city. Price
$1837. $500 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 5 rooms each, papered, plast
iT.,1. painted, on 9th Avenue.   $22.00
per month.
Stores on Second Avenue.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 5 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al1 com*
plcte, $400.
CICAR STORE AND FIXTURES
Fixtures, wall cases, show cases complete. Price $300, or will rent for
$75 per month.
pleased lo an* all my ���l<l customers and
the beautiful English drama
-WILL BE PRODUCED WITH SPECIAL SCENERY BY-
The WILLIAMS STOCK Co.
I "li HIS OPEN AT 7..IU
CURTAIN AT 8.15 SHARP
Prices:    50c,    75c,    $1.00
reserved seats on .sale in the THEATRE OFFICE
ijatB��i@ia��aiKiMi
JilS**%
'IE
Haielton, Oct. lit. A branch
of the Over-Seas Club has lieen
organised In Hacelton, In the
election of officers which followed
the following wen- chosen:
J. F, Macdonald, Hon. Pres.j
R. DeB. Hovel!. President; J.
Fall, First Vice President; Hr.
Wrinch, Second Vice President;
('. H. Sf.wle, Secret;.ry.
Executive Committee���E. II.
Micks Beach, I-.. ('. Stephenson,
Rev. McLean, Major Leslie, Emesl
Price, AMen Wyley and II. W.
Sharpe.
Iliends,  or any  new onem that  led  like giving j ~. ���
my ��..rk a trial. I * *****
1 will as In the past three and a hall jear* I
have u.-n In l.ueinr-sa in Prince Rupert, try to
give sa! Wad ion.
Nnlhing bui the I.-, materials will !���<��� used and
reasonable price, charged.
JOHN CI'RRIK si
LAND FOR SALE
6 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and 3 year*.
10 am* tracts, garden trucking at Kitselas, $50 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
lots,   Third   Avenve,   close in,
level, good lease.
NOTICE
Auction   Sal.
NOTICI I" herel>> given that James Haggerly,
hM retaken pcsMxsinn ol Ix>t Seventeen .17..
Itlnek Twenty-lour ,21,. Section One ill, Tnwnait*
nl Prince Ituperl, under and by virtue nf powers
contained in 'ease Irom him to James Donahue.
Arthur Murray and John Armstrong.
AND FI'HTH Ell TAKE NUTICE lhat the
said James Haggerly will sell hy public auction
Ihe hi,itdings erected by the Ll spies upon the
said premises, raid sale lo l,e held a! Prlne. It.if.-~rl.
II. tm, on the tlrst day ol Novemh-r. A. O . 1911,
el three o'clock in the .flernoon upun Ihe aforesaid
premise..
mi JAMES  HAGGERTY.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month  buys a
lot now.
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited {
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY j
SELLING AGENTS
A ship load consigned by H. Williams
of Vancouver, to be sold on commission
$6.50 to $7.00
. Ulll.-s N.w. St.nd .
A. C. LITTLE
ClSlri  Slrrrl
Jfred. stork!
General  Hardware
Builders' Hardware
4  Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
1 �� t* y* ��
The James 2_24_
Nicely f hi ni-lici! roomt. Gootl table board
Board $4.75 Room and Board $7.00
t-lUAI.ITV XIUII PRICES LOW
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
o
New full goods constantly arriving.���Wallace's. 2t
Graham   Island   Oilfields   Co.
A  meeting of the promoters'
syi iliiv.le  of   the   Craham   Island
Oilfields Company, Ltd., is called
for tonight at .S..I0 ill the oflice of
Mr. I.. \V. Pi'tmorr.
...FOR_RENT...
C-room  House on  8th Ave., section 5.
Partly furnUiied, $22 a month
...FOR_Sy\lE...
LoU 8 and  9,   block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. 5.    Easy  terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7. $350.   $60 cash
and $25 per month.
SECOND - AVENUE
Notice of Dissolution
Tak. nolle* thai the firm of Charlr. I' I ���
A Company which haa been carnrIng on thr ..��� ���
elry business In partnership In Prince I'. ���!<"��� I*
CL has this day been dissolved. Charle- II. Visit
retiring fmm Ih* firm, and lhat Wu -.- ** *
and William H. Wark Intend to continue n- **'''
business in Prince Rupert under lhe Arm nai-ie
of W. Wark A Son, and will roller! ,
due the aaM firm of Charles It. Wark I 0 ,r|*sW
and pay all debt, owlnir hy Ihe said drm.
Dated at Prince Rupert. B.C., this III!, '!�� "'
October. A.D.. 1911.
W. WARK.
W. H. WAHK.
B.C. WAKK
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
fn, lilt, Arcident and Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Don't   Put   It   Off
Place   your   orders   now   for
Thftnlcsgivirg turkeys al Shrub*
sail's  Market.    Wo  will have the
fresh, tender kit tl to make your
ilim er something to look forward
to.
Hosiery specials on Saturday at
Wallace's. " 2t
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
-���������.*��> r���..is. ,, . ,,������  _,, ^| ,_,, ���,,
Skeen. I an.l District���District ol Coul tlanfe S
T.ke notice th.t I, OortJon C. Emmerson ot
Princ* Ruperl, R. Cm occupstlon real ntate
broker, intend to apply tor permission to pur-
chue lhe lollowins dewiibed lands:
Commencinit at a post planted about 2 3-4
ni,!--. in a northerly dlrepclion from lhe northeast
comer port ol I -.i 1389, Ra-ite '-. CeMrt Dislrict,
Ihenee north 40 ehains, thence *ra*t to lirer
bank, thenc* south followine river bank lo point
el commencement;   containing 160 acre., more or
Dii'e.1 Sept. ". ISII,   OORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oet. 14.
Skeen. Land DMrict���Dlrtrict ol Cout Rant* V
T.ke notice lh>t I, Uenjamln A. Fish of Towner,
N.   li,   oeeupalton   merchant.   Intend   to   apply
for permiasion to purchaM th. following da-M-ribed
Commenelns st . Mat pl.nted on the eaat
boundur and aboul five chains from the aoulh-
eaat comer of Lot 4484, thenee nortb GO chains,
thence feat 30 chaina, tbenos .outh 60 chains,
Ihence wejK ,10 ch.ins to point ol commencement
Dsled Jun* 14, 1*11. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July tS. Fred E. Cowell, Aient
Skeena Land District���District ol Coaat Ranee 5
Take notice that lliriam Roy McTavUh ol
Winnipeg, Man., occupation harrisler, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase lh. lollowlng
dw*crioed l.nd.:
Commencing s! a post planted at the southwest
comer 40 chains east .nd 40 ch.ins north trom
N. E. comer of l.ot 1116, Harvey's Survey Coaat
Dislrict Range 5, thene* 60 chsins eut, thenc*
60 chain, north, thence 60 cbains west, thenc* 60
chains south to post ol eommenr*ment containing
310 acre, mnre or lews.
Daled Sepl. IS, ISII  IIIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
Puh. Sep!. 23. Fred W. Bohler, Agmt
Skeena Land Dtotrlct���Dllrlct nf Cout Rang* 6
Tak. notlc* lhat Loltte McTaviah of Vancouver.
COAL   NOTICE
Skeena Und Dtotrict-Dtotrict ol Qusen fhstloll
Islands
Tak. notlc th.t Auatin  M.  Rrown of I nr.ee
llup-srt, aaddler. inuneis to apply to lhe I >.***
Commiasioner of I_nds .nd Uorks
to proapect for coal, oil and petro
���n,lcr the following ducrltied lands
lanled three mile? eait
* lollowing dsaM-iibed
an laland:
Coaat ol Grab,
Commencing at a post j,l
of th. northeast comer of C
lor a li-r-cj
roleum on and
on the  ��***
occupallon   married   woman,   intends   to   apply
Ike following deescri!**.!
for t**f���ifs-don lo purcha
< nmrnmelng at a post planled at the north-
��s*t corner 100 ehains eut and 20 chain, north
from N. K. comer of LM 1116, Harvey*s Survey
Coast District Range S, thence 20 chains aoulh.
thenee 80 chains eut, lhen-0 80 chaina north
thence 40 ehains wewt, thence 60 chaina Kuth
Ihenc* 40 chain, weat to port ol commencement
dnntaining 40O aero*, more or less.
Ilsled Sepl  18. mil. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. S3 Fred W. Dohler, Agent
  _. L. No. 4469 thence
south 80 chaina, thenoa 80 chain, west, Ihence Nl
chaina north, th.no. 80 ch.ln. cut to point ������
,-ommencement. _  ,     ._
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Local**
Iarrste.1 August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeana Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Que.n ChsrlolW
Islands
Tak. notioe th.t Aurtln M. Brown ol IWjJ
Itup���t, B. C, occupation uddler, inler.els !��
apply to tb. Chiel Commissioner ol Lsnds an"
Work, lor . licence to proapect for cosl, ml a' j
petroleum on and under tb. following de.cnl'l
l.nda on the Wut Cout of Graham lslsnd: <
Commencing at a port pl.nted three mile" <�����
of the northeaat comer of C. L. No. 44e8 UirMe
80 chain, aoulh, thenoa 80 ehains eut, thenw ���"
chaina north, thene. 80 ch.in. west to point oi
commencment. -     . .
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date of Lonlion .list July. 1911.
Pub. Aug. IT.
Skwn. Und DMrict���Diatrict ot Queen Ctiarlolt'
Islsnds . ��� , _
Tak. notlc th.t Aurtln M. Brown of Princ*
llup��rt, occupation uddler, intends to apply "'
Ihe Chiel Commluioner ol Unda and Works l���'
a licnc lo prospect lor coal, oil and peliohum m
���nd under th. following deacribed lands on in'
Weat Cout ot Graham Island: ,
Commencing at a port pl.nted three miles <�����
ol the northiMrt corner of C. L. No. 4472 ihenc,
80 ehains weat, thenc 80 chains north, Ihence ��
ehains east, thenc 80 chains south to point -'
commencement, .....   .      ,���,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Local**'
l.orated Augurt Irt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. It.
Skwna Und DMrict���DMrict ol Queen CharloUe
lalan.l. . u_i
Take turtle- that Austin M Brown of 1 rince
Rupert, occupation uddler, 'ntcnels to. wpP'J "
the Chief Commluloner ot Unds and V* orks for"
licnc lo nroaoeset for eoal. oil and petroleum^
and under
o prosper! for eo.l, oll and petrol
ler th. lollownlg described  lands
on lhe
Wert Cout ol Graham Island: .,    mm*
Commanclng at a port planted three miles mm
ol the s.,���ihe,.i corner ore. L. No. 4470 ien��
north 80 chaina, thenc eut 80 chains. UA***
aouth 80 chaina, thenc wert 80 chaina to poinl oi
commencment. ���,,,   ,  ���,.,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
i-ncated Augurt lit, Ull.
I'ub. Aug. 19.

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