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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5   a. m.,
"If*   "'".arT so'fe "'W "
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT  MAILS
For South
Prlnossi Royal Friday a. m.
For  North
State of California Friday, p.m.
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VOL H. NO. 148
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, July 4. 1911
Price Five Cents
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COUNCIL'S GOLD BRICK"
"WOOL OVER THEIR EYES"
Aldermen Have Doubts Now About tbe G.T.P.'s Promises Regarding Filling Up of tbe Bays���Seal Cove Included in the
Plans Filed and Protest Now Withdrawn���Looks
as if Council Was Tricked in the Matter
Department of Railways and
Canals.
Ottawa, June 24, 1911
K. A. Woods, Esq.,
City Clerk, Prince Rupert,
Sir,���I have to acknowledge
ihe receipt of your commilnica
linn dated 10th inst., advising
that the City of Prince Rupert
lines not intend to take any
further steps to push thc protest
tiled by the City against the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Company's application for approval of their plans for railway
txttiision at Prince Rupert from
Mile 0, westerly.
I am, sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. W. PUGSLEY
Assistant Secretary
The reading out of thc above
litter in council at an early stage
ol proceedings last night had the
curious effect of bringing Alderman
Hilditch and Alderman Newton
on to the same side of thc fence
to the manifest discomfort of
Alderman Hilditch. That fine
inclusive phrase "From Mile 0
westerly" has sent a cold shiver
down tlu- liacks of those councillors
who battled for the bays before.
Alderman Newton, Alderman Dou
glas, and Alderman Hilditch begin
to doubt now whether the promises
made by Mr. D'Arcy Tate regarding thc filling up of thc bays
beyond Hays Creek are as good
as they seemed.
Map Marked Red
When the city agreed to withdraw thc protest against the plans
filed by the G. T. P. it was distinctly understood by the aldermen
that only the bays as far as the
Cold Storage were to be filled up.
They understood that thc protest
withdrawn did not cover Seal
Cove for instance. But it now
appears that on the map filed
by thc G. T. P. and read as part
of the protest now withdrawn
red lines meaning filled up bays
arc carried right across Seal Cove.
To thc aldermen mentioned it now
looks as if thc city has relinquished
thc right to protest against the
filling up of Seal Cove and even
bays beyond it too.
Got a Gold Brick
As Alderman Douglas put it:
"The city has been handed a gold
broick by D'Arcy Tate. Alderman
Newton's phrase was: "The wool
has been pulled over our eyes."
Alderman Hilditch who was evidently  ill  at  case  in   thc   same
team with Alderman Newton, betrayed some symptoms of crawling
down in his agreement with Alderman Smith tha; "Shawatlans
Passage was as good an anchorage
for small boats as Seal Cove."
His motion to receive the letter,
and write D'Arcy Tate begging
him for a further assurance that
thc G. T. P. will not fill up Seal
Cove and bays beyond lacked
his former determination, but was
carried.
Act Now or Never
"Now, before thc Assessment
Agreement is ratified, is the time
to act," declared Alderman Newton. The Mayor nervously expressed the feeling that to renew
the protest now would stand in
the way of signing of the agreement. Alderman Smith is clearly
on the side of the G. T. P. as
regards the bays, and Alderman
Morrissey has no more use for
Seal Cove as a harbor anyway.
The other aldermen appeared in
favor of the withdrawal of all
protest an entire confidence in
thc company's promises. A letter
from Messrs. Pringle & Guthrie
acknowledging the instructions of
thc city council to act no further
in thc matter of the protest was
also received last night.
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BASEBALL SCORES
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Northwestern League
Spokane 8, Victoria 6,
Seattle 2, Portland 3.
Tacoma 1, Vancouver 0.
National League
Philadelphia 7, New York II.
Brooklyn 8, Boston II.
No other games scheduled,
American League
Philadelphia 8, New York 7.
Cleveland 4, St. Louis 3.
Boston 8, Washington li.
No other games scheduled.
Pacific Coast League
No games.
havi-
IllSl written on thc papers
SCHOLARS ARE PROMOTED
AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
Full List of the Successful Children, and the Classes
They Are Promoted to���Results for the High
School Entrance is Not Yet Known
In  Division   I   ten   candidates tharinc Pillsbury;   Deportment,
Rcta Dean; Punctuality and Regularity, Madeline Nelson.
Senior Second to Junior Third:
Mary Blythc, Norma Shirley,
Mary Astori, Eleanor Cowpcr,
Julia Kask, Iva Hicks, Mary Kask,
Frank Cameron, Murray Stephens,
Carmen Sing, Violet Frizelle, George Shaw, Frank Brown, Ircm-
Gampp, Thomas Moorehousc, Carl
Halverson, Beatrice Killin, George
Titc, Henrietta Eckcrmann, Mabel
Bowcn, Guy Bramen, John Ambrose, Louis Astori.
Junior Second Reader to Senior
Second: Kathleen Holland, Oliva
Solcm, Jack Naden, Winnie Ne-
hring, Clarice Griffiths, Thelma
Rudnick, Chester Schcrk, Fred
Ritchie, Joseph Olsson, Gladys
Vicrick, Gilbert Donaldson, Leonard Donaldson, Russell Scherk,
May Gardiner, Roderick McRae,
Douglas Storrings, Teddy Leggatt,
Mabel Vierrick, Belty Knott.
Honor Rolls
Regularity and Punctuality; Irene Gampp, Carmen Sing. Proficiency, Mary Blythc. Deportment;  Julia Kask, Mary Kask.
First Reader to Second Reader:
Bernicc Roosa, Thelma Nchring,
Halma Byman, Marjorie Cowpcr,
Gertrude Knott, Gunner Anderson,
Agada Johnson, Shorricc McKay,
Thomas McKay, Helen Shirley,
Hans Knott, John Davidson, Eva
Esson, (Louise Rowell, Lily Shrub-
sail equal), Richard Pillsbury, Jack
Humble, Harry Kingston, Rhoda
f"r High School Entrance. Remits will Ik: published from the
Kilueation   Office   in   about  one
month.
���In following pupils will continue ihe graduating class for
I-M2 Chesleigh Moore, Arthur
M-'nv.n, Elsie Dunn, Sarah Mac-
W0, John Dowling. John Chris-
Jusen William Stephen, William
Well, Margurite Young, Arnold
"'"'i'. Walter Smith.
To thi-. list will be added new
PjJPUi who come into thc city
tt��l "tin rs who may fail to make
""��� '"iiiired percentage at the
tWreni i Nominations.
���n this Division the Horor Rolls
will
fl'sillt,
* awarded when thc entrance
jrive a final basis of ranking,
IM lor deportment and reg
.."ing to pupils in possible
J*1**   for   the   proficiency
Senior Third to Junior Fourth:
^HMjlne Pillsbury, Madeline Nel
'" Marjory Sing, Johnnie Currie,
JJ I'"���">.  Eva Scherk,  Esther
���* '"Jem (.rant, Margater Mor-
L\ i'" W,'st(",��� Grace Mcloche,
ru| Lcjrgett
>ior Third to Senior Third:
���   "w   Nchring,   Cecil   Mairs,
Sfi ��g*Frcd stcphc"8'
���     u   ���-.ike, Lottie Doughtry,
Dowling,   Lawrence   Mc
2'lln ��iual), Faye Hanson, Hen-
HUa Richmond.
"""0,lr Rolls: Proficiency, Ka-
Morrison, (John Solcm, George
Alder equal) Kenneth Schcrk, Joseph Maxwell, Eddie Clapp, Mec-
loin Stephens.
Second Primer to First Reader:
Sigrid Hedstrom, Hennie Halverson, Mayme Day, Gcorgie Hunter,
Jo.eph Cavelier, Marie Larsen,
Gordon Kirkpatrick, Albert Dew-
hurst, Anson Jones, Glenora Don-
aldetson, Bernice Palmer, Charley
Currie, Clarence Knight, Frank
Mazzei, Willie Alexander, Rose
Denda, Willie Duncan, Chris Weston, David Cavelier, Jimmie Mairs,
Luigi Mazzci.
Honor Rolls: Punctuality and
Regularity Gcorgie Hunter; Deportment, Agda Johnson; Proficiency, Bernicc Roosa.
Second . Primer B to Second
Primer A: Grace Carroll, George
Johnstone, Vienna Calderonc, Dorothy Tremayne, Dorothy Stephen,
Isa Kellie, Muriel Owen, Theresa
Maggi, Glen Braman, Jennie Col_
LIKE A BUNCH
OF BIG BIRDS
Eleven Air-men Cross the English Channel and Descend at
Dover without Mishap.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, July 4.���A Hock of
eleven aviators descended like a
flock of great birds on Dover
Heath this morning after crossing
the English Channel from Calais.
Not the slightest mishap marred
the trip. The flight occupied half
an hour. The hirdmen after alighting, resumed their journey to
London, the first to arrive at
Hendon   Park   being   Beaumont,
who wins the London Standard's
prize.
SAILORS' STRIKE
IS NEARLY OYER
CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
Sailors are Victorious in Their
Demands- -White Star is the
Only Company Holding Out.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, July 4.���The indications today show that the shipping
strike is really over. The White
Star is the only company that
has r.ot yet given in to the unions
this morning, and they are holding
out on one clause which docs not
materially affect the issue.
Practically all the boats sailed
on schedule today. Reports from
other parts of Britain say lhat
work generally has been resumed.
London, July -I.���The end of Unshipping strike is now in sight.
The strikers have not  gained all
their demands but they have
obtained substantial victories including the recognition of their
unions.
HAS COM. MERRYF1ELD
TERRORIZED THE TRADE?
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Ferocious Attack on the License Commissioners  Made by Alderman Newton at Last Night's  Council���Declares  Mayor
and City are Equally in Danger of Being Worked
by Unprincipled Men Using Liquor Interests
Cause of Dispute
Amendment to the Liquor Licence By-law introduced by Alderman Kerr to suspend clause in existing
by-law for two months, the clause in the existing Licence
By-law which makes it necessary for applicants for renewal of licences to have their applications in fifteen
days before the midsummer sitting of the Licence
Board.
Result of Dispute
Nothing definite. Committee of the whole council
went through the form of reporting progress" but the
question is billed to come up again next Monday night.
Aldermen Newton, Clayton and Douglas are lined up
against the alteration. Alderman Morrissey is Chairman of Committee.
Stormier happenings than ever
attended the return of Alderman
Newton to the council board last
night. After sitting quietly during
the greater part of Uie evening,
and after experiencing the |K-culiar
sensation of Ix-ing on tho same
side as his unrepentant challenger
Alderman Hilditch in the matter
of thc G. T. P. and lhe bays,
Alderman Newton leapt suddenly
awake at the very mention of
Alderman Kerr's Liquor Licence
By-law amendment. He hurled
tremendous charges against the
Licence Commissioners, endeavoring at the same time to sheild
ihe Mayor. He declared that the
council   was   being   used   to   thc
citizens' hurt by those who were
working the liquor interests. He
warned the Mayor that he was in
danger of being used as a mere
tool in the hands of unprincipled
persons who an- working members
of Uie council for iheir own ends.
Named  Commissioner  Merry-
field
Denouncing lhe Licensing Board
in the hardest of terms, Alderman
New ion did not hesitate for
moment in saying that cine incni-
licr of that Board was terrorising
the liquor licence holders of the
city for his own advantage. Al
tlerman Smith rose and demanded
that Altlernian Newton should
at once name the member of the
Board he thus accused. Plump
.mil plain Alderman Newton answered naming Commissioner
Merry field.
City in Danger
Declaring that his disgust at
ihe doings of the present Licence
Hoard outclassed even his contempt for the behavior of ihe
last board, Alderman Newton declared that Prince RuiH-rt is in
danger of In-coming a roystering
reckless city of huge flaring corner
saloov.s haunted by bums and bad
characters, iheir proprietors under
the thumb of men still worse
principled. That the effort to
alter Uu- present Liquor Licence
By-law was purely for the purpose
of getting two more Imltle licenses
issuid, Alderman Newton was con-
vincul.     In   vain   did   Alderman
Kerr assure him that the amendment w-as promised in order to
save all lhe liquor licences in the
city except one hotel man's anil
one wholesale merchant's from
being quashed because of the
technical defect in die dales denoted first by Mr. A. M. Manson
al thc last silting of the Licence
Board. In vain did the Mayor
try lo convince him that the move
was made purely out of philan-
iCuntiuu..I on I..-ist Page.)
MRS. G.
What Will the Scotch Do Now?
Glasgow, July 4. -(Special) -Da-
lniorcs Distillery, one of the largest
in this city, was burned today
with a loss of half a million.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone ��
F. WILLIAMS THE
VICTIM
More Details of the Loss of the
Steamer Spokane
It is pow learned that ihe unfortunate lady who lost her life
in the wreck of the steamer
Spokane in Seymour Narrows, was
Mrs. Gardner F. Williams of Washington, D. (*., who was travelling
with lur husband and two daughters. Mr. Williams is a reputed
multi-millionaire whose fortune was
made in the South African mines.
The family were well known in
Oakland, California.
Grand Dance
A grand dance will Ih- given by
the Young People's Dancing Club,
at the Auditorium Tuesday evening, July 4th. Music by Gray's
Full Orchestra. Tickets $1.50.
Ladies free. Doors open from
9 p.m. to 2 a.m. 2t
FIRES, STORM AND DEATH
MARRED DOMINION DAY
Canada's National Holiday Was Marked by a Succession of Calamities and Tragedies All Across the
Continent���All Day Rain on the Prairies
HOT SHOT FROM THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
Vancouver,   July   3.���It   was
show cry here during Dominion
Day. Copious rains marred the
Celebration in the prairie provinces
on Saturday, Saskatchewan and
lhe prairies generally soaking under
the inundation.   At Regina, Moose
Jaw, Saskatoon and Prince Albert
race meets and sports had to lie
called off while in Alliorta, Edmonton and Medicine Hat were visited
by drenching rains. In Mnnitolia
ihe weather man behaved In-lter.
Overcast skies threatened bin the
rain kept off and celebrations
took place al the prominent cities.
H'U-.lv injured Captain Porter at
Ottawa. At Hamilton, Out., a
chiltl was killed by a train and
three railroad employees were injured in a wreck at Dnimbo. At
Moosomln, B runaway injured
lliree children, one seriously while
two were injured dangling their
legs over an electric car as il
swept past a sitling on the road
from Winnipeg and Selkirk.
Ai (ittawa fire destroyed the
boat house of the Don Rowing
Club where shells of every club
in the city which had assembled
for   the   regatta   at    Don    Club
The  celebrations were  somewhat Were burned.   The 91110,000 Grand
qutet,   the   larger   cities  suffering Stand   of   lhe   Hamilton   Jockey
Extremes Any Way
I have less respect for the
doings of thc present Licence
Board than I had contempt for
thc doings of the last Board."���Alderman Newton.
Badly Botched
"To my notion the liquor system
of this town has been decidedly
botched from first to last."���Alderman Newton.
Dirty Work Done
The intention, so thc public
believe, of thc suspension of this
clause which we arc asked to suspend for two months is thc covering up of some  I have no
hesitation   in   saying   it
dirty work of thc Licensing Com
mission  in  this city."���Alderman
Newton.
Let Them Wriggle
"If thc Licensing Commission
create trouble for themselves, I
do not see why this council should
come down to have to amend the
by-laws to help them out of
difficulties they have made for
themselves."--Alderman Newton.
Their Little Ways
"Little plans arc concotocd.
Then the Licensing Board gets into
trouble, and  then we are asked
to  help  them  out,"������Alderman
Newton.
A Discredited Council
"We all know that there have
been some frame-ups here of late
with the result that ugly rumors
arc going about the streets of this
city. Names of certain councillors
are mixed up with mailers of the
icences in this city. It is a disgrace that the public should have
got the idea that certain members
f this board, and of the Licensing
Commission should be mixed up
in these matters of policy. It
creates a feeling in this city which
will re-act on the whole council
and bring discredit on us all."���Alderman  New ion.
Thinks Mayor Innocent
"1 don't believe that the Mayor
has any concern or any ditto!
interest in what has taken place
of late, but I cannoi say as much
for some of his supporters."���Alderman Newion.
Gub was also destroyed by fire.
I. O. O. F. Social
Tonight the I. O. O. F. of this
city will hold a little celebration.
Following the installation of officers antl the conferring of a degree
on some of the brothers a social
time will Im- enjoyed.
from a surfeit of Imperial holiday-
Day's Death Roll
The Dominion Day death roll
was heavy particularly in tin-
East. At Ottawa Ughnting struck
a hotel and killed a fourteen year
old girl. Extreme heat following
this siorm  Induced  many  to go
swimming. Joe Bivanan ot Ottawa drowned at  Kirk's Perry.
Albert Massey, a C. P. R. bridge
builder was drowned in Pakin
Dam, and Frank Ronald, a C,
P. R. employee lost his life in the
Rideau. The bodv of ex-Alderman empress theatre. 3econd Ave.-
Plouffs missing since Mondav. was     VWUne* and Music. 7.30 p.m.
also   found   in   the   Rideau  while MAJESTIC  THEATRE.   Third   Ave;
word was received at a late hour i   pi<'lu"B ��ml ""**' 73�� pm'
of finding another body. PHENIX THEATRE. Second Aveuue;
Fires Do Damage Picture, snd music, 7.30 p.m.
At Winnipeg Sergesnt McCrea baptist brotherhood Athletes
I    meet at 7.30.
of the Ninetieth was killed by  ���>   MERCHANTS  ASSOCIATION  meet,
street car, while similar car scr-l
Where to Go
i
In Presbyterian Church at 8.80.
 - THE   DAILY    NEJWS
The Insurance People
KVKRY CLASS OF INSURANCE. (MR OUR RATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phono 150 Third Avenue and Fulton St
You'll be Late
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For the train, boat or that appointment if you haven't the correct time. We are official watch
IDipeotori for the G.T.P., therefore we keep all the standard
Watches. We do repairs and
have everything in jetvellry.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. tith St. and Second Avenue.
phone 82
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DOMINION DAY
CONTINVED FROM PAGE 1
two hot favorites Sherman and
Nicholson made a close finish
with Sherman first, was amongst
the sensations of the afternoon.
Some disappointment was expressed that Sherman left the honor
of the three mile race to Nicholson,
but the win was none the less a
popular one.
Water Sports
From 9.30 a.m. till noon the
water sports attracted the attention of the crowds who lined
thc waterfront, and even made use
of the stately Prince George, just
arrived, as a grand stand. Parties
also flitted about the harlxir in
those of Prince Rupert's fleet of
gasoline boats which were not
entered for the Ten Mile Power
Boat Race. The Power Boat and
Six Oar races formed the big
events of Uie aquatic program,
though excitement waxed keen
over the short distance boating
events especially the Mixed Doubles and Canoe races. This year
the Ka Ycx loses her grip of the
Power Boat Cup which had to be
won three years running to hold,
and the Rover, Captain Partington, wins the honor. Thc second
prize, was won by the Lillooet's
launch.
Six Oar Race
A very good race from the
spectators' point of view and also
from the contestants' position was
the  "Six Oar."
In this race which was nobly won
by the popular Longshoremen, the
two boats sent through the water
i in  fine style by the strong arms
of   their   crews   looked   splendid.
'The longshoremen deserved their
w-in.   They were well trained, and
I pulled   magnificently,    In   their
trim pink sweaters they had all
i the advantages of appearance too,
(or   tin-   Lillooet's  crew   did   not
attempt   uniform.    Betting   was
heavy in favor of the longshoremen
I up to the finish of the race.
Display of Bunting
In   spile   of   the   rather   moist
weather there was a good display
of bunting throughout the city,
and most of the public buildings
wire decorated. The police office
deserves special mention. The
fire hall tm. was goixl, and the
Telephone Central fluttered the
National Flag famously. Both
the Lillooet and the Prince George
were gaily dressed with bunting,
and the other streamers and smaller launches in the harbor all
flew the flag of Canada and the
British Red Hi.sign proudly. An
air of splendid enthusiasm pervaded the citizens all day, and the
way they stayed with the sports
program which was certainly a
liberal   one   was  most   favorably
commented upon.
Following are the results of the
races on Dominion Day:
Water Sports
Power Boat Race���1st Rover,
Capt. Partington; 2nd Launch
from steamer Lillooet.
Six Oared Race���Longshore-nun
beat crew from the Lillooet.
Crab Race���1st Frank Rogers;
2r.d H. Rogers.
Skiffs. Mixe<l Double���1st N.
Norman and Miss Jenny Oben;
2nd. R. Green ar.d Miss Green.
Skill's, Single���1st N. Omans:
2nd N. Norman.
Canoe. Single���1st Ives: 2nd
Melville.
Canoe, Doubles���1st Gamble
and Sinclair; 2nd Messrs. Ives and
Mobley.
Canoe, Fours���1st, Missrs. lire-
en, Godson and Rogers Bros.; 2nd
Messrs. Reitchell. Bainter, Mobley
and Ives.
Skiffs, Double���1st. Missrs. Oman and Norman; 2nd. Messrs.
Cribb and Ross.
Mixetl Double Skiffs���1st. Mr.
Parker and Mrs. Roberson;   2nd
Mr. Fortier and Mis- McDonald.
Land Sports
100  Yards   Dash���1st   .Atkins:
2nd Bell.
220 Yards Race���1st Aikins;
2nd Sherman.
440 Yanls���1st Sherman; 2nd
Reilly.
Fat   .Man's   Race��� 1st   George
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"The News" Classified Ads.
^One Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
We've just  received  from  Caasidy's,
Montreal, the great glass manufacturers, a big new shipment of
GLASSWARE
���WE   ARE   SELLING   IT   CHEAP���
Here are other goods we have
Furniture Crockery
Stoves Glassware
Linoleum Lamp.
Enamelware Table Cutlery
Blinds Baby Bugsie.
Curtains Screens
Quills Pictures
Blankets Washing
Mirrors Machines
Oitermoor Mattres.e.
Every Deacription of
House    Furnishings.
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.
F.  W.   HART
riioNE 62
THEY   WILL   REPAY   A
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CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
p w SCOn PASSES AWAY
' AFTER LINGERING ILLNESS
Was a Well Known Pioneer and Had Had a Very Varied
Life���Had Travelled Extensively in Egypt and West
Africa and Was U. S.  Consul at Tangier
Lost and Found
Wall; 2nd J. R. Beattie.
Business Man's Race. 100Yds.���
1st Rev. VY. II. McLeodi 2nd
Olier Besner.
SSO Yards R.ict���1st Sherman:
2nd H. Mobley.
Mile Flat Race���1st Sherman;
2nd A. Nicholson.
Mile Relay Race���1st Baptist
Brotherhood team: 2nd Sherman's
team.
Five Mile Walk���1st .Willi,
champion of Italy: 2nd E. O.
Reitchel.
Three Mile Race���1st A. Nicholson: 2'-.tl (".rein.
Ten Mile Race���1st A. Nicholson; 2nd Watson; 3rd Andersen.
4th
Ru
Pickej
Running Broad Jump���1st W.
Pickett-. 2nd Davis.
Hop. Step and Jump���1st Pro-
vosti  2nd Pick. tt-.
Tug of War���G. T. P. Bridge-
builders' team beat the Digby
Island team.
Some Monty Found on Srvuml Ave. Apply Mra.
Shrub..ll'�� Fruit Siore, Pulton Btnwt. ">""'
block as Ma.-k Realty. If not clainu-il m WJO
days money will l��. given to Hospital.       1IS-I4. ]
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and  PrtMlag O Bt-
pany.   Mens aulta oleaned and pressed fl.lv.
Ladies' suits pressed snd cleniied.   Dry clean-
Ing a specialty.   Room 13 Weatenhaver Block.]
phone red 69. 121-147
LOST-50 pries coupons laaued by the P rrleaa
Studio. Theae coupona will be trawled i
presented before July 3rd a-, ll"' I'eer'es
Studio. Alder Block. 111-11'
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For Rent
 a
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Furnished Cottage, modern cinvenlence*. for
summer months. Applv- .Mrs. Alder. 3rd Ave.,
opposite News Office. 147-160
Three-room flat In Wctei. i"-r Block. ISB per
mr-nth: flat In Clapp Buildlm HI: other flat"
and houaes furnished and unfurn.... .' Apply
Westenhaver Broi., phone 100. 147-vv i
Six-roomed Houae to rent: modern conveniences.
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen & Co.   143-tf
W.nted
lahed.
-Sm.ll house, furnished or partly f-irn-
Stat* term. U- Box R. Daily New.,14n-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
TO RENT
Commpdlou. houae, corner;6th Ave. and_Thomp:  Comfortable 4-roomeil Cottage in sec-
ion St.. furnlahed or unfurnlahed.     Phone US
or P.O. Bon 088.
Store* and ornrea for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green 59. KS-tf
Neatly Furnished Rooms:  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mra Mullln, over Majestic Theatre.
119-lm
Phone 21*3 if you want to rent a house, furnished
or unfurnished, comer Gth Ave.and Thompson
Slr*et.   All modern convenience*.
Coey furni.hed rooms. Mrs. Bower. Somerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, between Seventh snd
Eighth. 117-tf
ll, $25.00.
3-roomed Cabin in section 1, $10.00.
FOR SALE
Lut 4, block 6, see. 6, $1400, half cash,
Lots  11  and  12,   block  28,  section 8
$650, half cash. I
Lots 21 and 22, block 24, section 8, $500 I, ' . 0,_
pair, half cash. I"0"1 '�� 1M2-
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Help Wanted
I G.R. NADEN COMPANY
' Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Taro food Joiner, wanted.    Apply Pacific Con-1,
atructlon Company. Diirby liland.    UMBO
Porter Wanted
r
Apply Talbot Rooms. 2nd Ave.
144-tf
Boarders Wanted
A few coty  homelike rcMms cheap  to K.eady
roomer*.   King Goorge Hotel. 2nd Avenue,
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(   ���' T!,'.'"."''"i ,     u- '       Situations Wanted
.tinning  High  Jump���Is;   W.I I
cetts; 2nd E. O. Reitchel.        * ~*	
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On  Friday night  the veteran
pioneer P. W. Scott passed away
at the hospital.    He was buried
on Sunday afternoon at Garden
Island.    I'. W. Sen  was nearly
lseventy  years of age.    lie was
connected with Prime Rupert in
the early days here, and lived al
Vlckersville.    His investments in
j Prince   Rupert   real   esiate   were
'made early, and at the time of his
death he held some valuable property here.
P. W. Scott was very well known
amongst the old timers here as
an old timer oJ old timers on the
Pacific t'oasl. He excelled as a
financier and man of business, but
had had a very varied career. His
I experience as a mining expert and
investor was successful, and his
Judgment in mining matters was
relied upon. He had travelled
widely and was a Fellow of the
Royal Geographical Society of
Great Britain.
Eventful Career
Deceased was a native of Perth-
' shire, Scotland, where he was
^^^^^^^^ He travelled widely
in his youth over Egypt, and the
coast of Africa where he acted
as interpreter for the transcontinental railway system being established there. For twelve years
he was in the United States and
on the West Coast of Africa.
He was alsoU.S.consul atT.ingier.
Just before returning to America
he met and married the youngest
daughter of General  Harrison  of
Thc service was held at one p.rn,
in the Anglican Church die Rev,
Mr. Des Barres conducting the
service. Rev. F, W. K. ir alio
attended and conducted the service at the graveside, Those
acting as pall-bearers were M. M.
Stephens, J. H. Thompson! W, B,
Dowling, A, W. Edge, J. Christian-
Ben, and D. H. Morrison. Deceased was also Honorary Presi-
dent of the St. Andrews Society ol
Prince Rupert, and a number ol
the members of the society win-
in attendance.
Ice in large and small quantities
can be had by ringing up 'Plume-
12(3.
DOMINION DAY
DISORDERLIES
Several Serious Cases Resulted
from   the   Influence   of the
Flowing  Bowl  During the
Celebrations on Saturday.
Don"t foreet to take out an Accident I ,     n . . ,    . c, ,
and Health Policy-the only substitute; the  British  Army.    She was also
fur wages during disability.    Ask  for |grand-daughter of Sir Robert Sip-
rutes and further particulars
All honest claims positively paid
on sifrht.
Position Wanted In real estate office. Small salary and commission. Fifteen yesr'a experience
travelling for a Chicago wholesale grocery concern. Best of reference. Address answer to
J. I. Long. 72$-15th atreet. Edmonton. Alberta.
147-141
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Pattullo Block
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NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-OFFEK  FOR SALK-
Towmites Farm and Fruit Lands
--JOIST OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF
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Fort George Townsite
Massett Townsite
HEADOFFICE:-
606 BOWER BUILDING,
VANCOUVER.
B.C.
Local Office:
Alder
Block
Sixth Street
Businesslike Pastor
Someone siid the Rev. VV. H.
Mcl.cod wasn't a real business
man when he won the Business
Man's Race. But Prince Rupert's
athletic pastor believes in being
a business-like pp .or. and lives
up to his creed. His win was in
every way a popular one.
Played Good Music
Edgar Allan Pbe waa too premature in writing "Lo, the Poor
Indian, whose untutored mind."
I Thanks lo the tutored Ir.dia.i
mind the unpleasant weather was
mostly forgotten  when  the band
pl.lVi il.
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For Sale
Before buying your Stove or Range tee A. J.
Galland. Mcllride and Fifth Ave. Cook atovt.
from 114. 129-lm
First claaa Roomieg House, ten rooma. housekeeping and single, newlv furnished. Price
Ma For terms spply owner on premises.
Drexel Rooming House. 2nd Ave.        144-tf
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Business   Chances
Won Suits
Those who won suits in Sloan
iS: Company's Suit Clubs on Friday
were:
No.   S���C. Ault.
No.   9-A. Ward.
No. 10���W. D. Black.
No. 11���T. Mansell.
No. 12���Sam Moon.
No. 13���J. I-:. Davey.
No. 14���W. Owen.
Other clubs are now forming.
Good money in Moving Pictures.     Wanted���A
party to start mo<
Rupert    Write n
Watertown. Wis.
parly to start moving picture .how In Prince
Rupert    W rite me for particulars.
H. Davis.
137-wi
Commencing today the Palace
of Sweets, Third avenue, will
offer a "-pecial" in ca"dy every
day.   Watch the window.
Fire Insurance
The Palace of Sweets' daily
c ndy "special" will be displayed
in the wirdow daily. It will be
different every day and a cut rate.
It will be made by our new maker
from thc best candy house in
Vancouver.
THE llnti.h I'm.m and National Fire Insurance
Company of Londnn. England, with catiital
of IJ.rsSi.iSXI.iii. S*e us for rates. The M.ck
Re.llv and Insurance Company. 7is-tf
The Narrow Way
11 was quite a job to clear the
course for the various races.   ()w-
i; g to the exigencies of the sim-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ation, and the enthusiasm of the
:nd A... -est t���.,i,i .,fflc of optimist, .ell only o-lookers   the   course   became   a
STOKES' ICE CREAM      I straight  and  narrow  way  rather
tin  often,  but   good   humor  pre-
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
pmgs. Once again in the States
the late Mr. Scott became representative of the Legislature for
Virginia. Thence later he travelled
to Duluth and was mayor of
Virginia. Minnesota, several limes.
As mayor there he met Andrew
Carnegie and was influential with
the millionaire in connection with
his interest amongst the miners
of the States. Just before coming
to Prince Rupert Mr. Scott was
interesting himself in lownsiles
in North Michigan. He intended
to make- his home here and although
his health was dwindling sadly
Mr. Scott made an effort only a
few wex-ks ago to reach Prince-
Rupert with his two daughters
from California. He arrived here
but was never able to be about
although to the last he contrived
to attend to business interests,
and is said to have completed
some profitable deals even within
the last few weeks of his life. He
leaves several sons and daughters
and many friends whose kindness
during his last elays he greatly
appreciated.
With Masonic Rites       B
Deceased was a member of the Ib^ **'�� Bame"
Masonic order and order of Odd-
Seven Dominion Day drunk-,
were in court today toeing the
line of delinquency. One rather
serious case of giving lii|iinr to
an Indian was punished by .i
fifty dollar line, and a culprit wIn>
resisted arrest very violently w.i-
let off considerately with a thru
months' term. Robert McLeod
was the name of the man who
gave spirits to an Indian. Tin-
Indian whose name was Uiri-
Barnes was also fined S'Jii. An
Indian girl for getting drunk was
fined S5 and costs, and if tin-
person who gave her liquor cm Is-
found then- will be another smart
fine inflicted. Magistrate Car-
was busy from 10 a.m. until nrnm
with the list of cases this morning.
Best mftd* in Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale and Retail. Look for flash sign st night.
SAM COWEN. Proprietor Phone 3M i V   iled
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone ��
SERIOUSLY INJURED
While working on the old schi��'ii-
cr St. James this morning imloading
lumber John Yorke. a stevedore,
was hit by Uie sling, knocked down
thc hold and very seriously injured. Besides a broken diiltli
he sustained serious internal injuries and severe shock. He W
rushed to the General Ih'-pi'-i1
where Dr. Eggert was called in-
Mr. Yorke is thought ti
rather a critical condition.
Ik- in
BASEBALL SUNDAY
Spokane 4, Vancouver 1
Victoria 8, Tacoma .1
Seattle and Portland brokcevrt
Vancouver still heads  the   W
fellows. His funeral yesierday
was attended by members of the
Tsimpsean Lodge and I. O. O. F.
"Purity"   Creamery   Butter  ��
the best in ihe city.���'Phone l��
and 8.
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AWOUNCEMENT
AiNNOUNCEMENT
The Management of The Continental Trust Company, Limited, wish to announce that their office is now fully equipped in all departments for the
transaction of business.    The public  is cordially invited to inspect the premises, Second Avenue, Continental  Trust Building.      :      :       :       :       :
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SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
Thc company has the largest and best equipped   vault   in
the City.    Safe  Deposit  Boxes for rent at modcrati   rates.
To persons who contemplate a more or leas extended absence
Irom the city and are at a loss what to do with their securities
anil properly, wi- tender our services at a very moderate charge.
The vuult is nlmolutely fire proof and the door which weighs
three tons is both fire and burglar proof. Thc only sale place in
the city lor valuable papers, jewelry, etc.
Wm. T. Kt-rgin, M.D., Pr..ltl.nt David H. Hays, l.t Vlc..p...,d.rH
M. J. Hobln, 2nd Vlta-P,,,. ������! Manager
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
DEPARTMENT
This company will take entire charge
of real estate in the absence of the owner
or for those who wish to be relieved of the
responsibility,collecting rents, paying taxes,
Risking repairs, looking after insurance
and taking all the trouble off the owners'
hands.
Members of the Prince   Rupert Real
Estate Exchange.
A general Insurance  businesss   transacted .
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits received payable on demand. Interest allowed at thc rale of 4
per cent, per annum, compounded quarterly. We allow the use of cheques, thus
Combining the advantages of a Current
and Savings Account. $1.00 will
open an account with us.
TRUST DEPARTMENT
Executing all deeds, discharges, etc., also for bond issues of
financial, industrial and all other corporations under mortgage
deed of trust, and in thc management of sinking funds in connection therewith.
Providing for safe investments in first mortgages and other
gootl securities, for collection of interest, dividends, rents and
other income, and for managing and winding up estates.
Countersigning and certifying the issues of stocks anil bonds
of mining, industrial and other corporations, thus protecting
shareholders against thc danger of over-issue through error 01 other
wise and from irregular scrip.
For companies or firms in financial difficulties.
For the benefit of creditors, in cases of bankruptcy or friendly settlement.
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THE CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY, Umited
Jajr Kugler, Senrelary-Treaaurer
C. B. Peterson, Aaaialan* Managrr
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Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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on application.
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"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven gdilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should he, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ��� Henry Watterson.
Djuly Edition.
Tuesday. July 4
WANTED���A LIQUOR POLICY
Between now, and the time when Uie city council meet again
to discuss the amendment to the licensing by-law and thus remove
Uie disability from those applicants who em-el in their application
for hotel license renewals, they should do some serious thinking anil
enunciate a clear policy in regard to the liquor traffic. If it is not
possible to agree upon a mutual policy, they might enunciate individual
policies and argue them out in public session without restraint or
evasion. Most of the confusion, both in and out of the council, arises
from the fact that no clear policy has been laid down.
The Minor is boUi a temperance man and a liquor man. On
very gooel authority he was declared to have pledged himself to both
sides during the Scott Act campaign. His conduct in staying away
from Uie city after the Legislature adjourned until the extra
hour to the hotelnien hail been assured, his action in countenancing
Uie oixiiing of the hotel bars on Good Friday and on the day of the
civic by-election, and his present efforts to put two more bottle lie.nsts
on the city, all lend color to thc supposition that he is very friendly
to the liquor men.
There i> no reason in the word why the Mayor without loss of
prestige or honor should not become an advocate of making Prince
Rupert a witle-open town. Many men honestly believe that a wide
open town policy is a good thing commercially. Only a few days
ago in one of the hotel parlors it was debaieel with great energy anel
plausibility, that just at the present time, when Prince Rupert has
no manufactures, and the Pacific Coast gambling fraternity is casting
about for a home of refuge, that the best commercial policy for the
city would be to invite the gambling fraternity from Washington.
Oregon and Nevada to Prince Rupert, and run a wide open gambling
town until the railway is through. It was even defended on m.t.l
grounds as being lietter morally than Uie present condition of affairs.
At present Prince Rupert has licenses sufficient for the legal
requirements of a town of 6500 people. A census recently taken.���
one that is more comprehensive even than Uie government tvr.su-.
shows that Uie population is still below 5.000. The question of whether
more licenses should be granted or not. depends not on making amend
ments to the license by-law. but on the simple question of whether
more licenses are wanted by Uie council.
To expedite matters, and to prevent another fruitless meeting
would it not be better for the members of the council beginning at
the Mayor, to frankly and explicitly declare where they stand on Uie
license question. If we are to have a wide open town, let us do il
openly, and get whatever commercial benefit may accrue. If the-
sentiment is in favor of a lawabiding town, then let the law lie properly
observed.
A little frankness on thc part of thc aldermen would be much
appreciated by the hotdmen, the ieinperar.ee people, aid the citizens
at large.
VENDRINEWINS      DYING OF HEAT
ANOTHER PRIZE IN NEW YORK
Mile    Flight
Prize.
Gets   $14 000
Canadian Press Di-i-atcl.)
London, July I S* ��� ping across the English channel ahead >���!'
all other contestants, Vendrine,
the victor of Un- Pari- t<> Madrid
contest, landed at Hendon today
the winner of a fourteen thousand
dollar prise for a nine hundrctl and
fifty mile flight. There were eight
other legl to the contest. Most
of the others landed at different
points   on    the   south    roast    of
England.
ALAS,   POOR   AUSTIN
Britain's Political Poet Laureate Laid the Mush on Too
Thick.
cago   People
Pavements.
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Daring French Aviator Crosses Ten Deaths Recorded Today���!
English   Channel   in   a   960     Two Hundred Thousand Chi-
Slept   on    the
(Canadian Press l>�� sot u-hi
New   York, July 4.    The mcr
i ury i- hovering around the bun-!
dred   mark  in   New  York.     Ten
deaths ami sixty prostrations from
heat i- recorded this morning hi n
Most of Uu- other American
Bl far w. -��� as Denver
same   plight.     In   Chirago   ii   li
estimated   that   200.000  slept   on
the pavements last night.
 -Martin  O'Reilly's
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CLEARING SALE
Sooner or later you are going to find out that it is to your own best interest to buy your
Clothing and Men's Furnishings here. Try it now. Our Mid-Summer Clearing Sale offers
you the best in Quality, Latest in Style, for THE LEAST MONEY-Prices that are convincing.
All   Fancy Tweed  and  Worsted Suits  and  Pants  to be    Cleared    Regardless     of      Cost
Men's Suits
Regular $25.00, Now
$15.00
Regular $30.00, Now
$20.00
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Men's Pants
Regular $5.00, Now
$4.00
Regular  $7.00,   Now
$5.00
Men's Soft Felt and Straw
Hats, regular $3.00
NOW $1.50
Men's Black and Tan  Shoes,
all sizes, regular $6.00
NOW $4.00
Working Men's Shirts in plain or fancy Duck, Drills or Buckskin, Regular $1.50
NOW $1.00
MARTIN O'REILLY
Phone 23
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MUCH   NEEDED   SIDEWALK
Harold Cobb oi Toronto, well-
known in pugilistic sporting circles
n   tl- j* r, . r.e i ! throughout  Canada. Inn  particu
On Third Avenue Between Fifth  ,   .    .    ,, . ~
and Sixth
Appreciating the urgent need
of a sidewalk on Third avenue
between Fifth and Sixth streets
Oil the FraSST street side of the
avenue Misers. Met affiry \ (iih-
larly in Detroit ar.d Toronto, was
killed  in   Detroit  the other wiek
hy  luiiig   caught   between   two
street Can.
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Billy Weeks, middlewiight and
i Canadian Press Despatch)
London,   July   4.���The   where-
SboutS of the Coronation Ode that  '����"s h*Ve offend to guarantee thc Iprftnrjs(.,, aa/here he will enter tlu
ths post laureate is supposed to (i,y ,hc P:l>"1,,," �������� *s expstise[professions! ranks. He will en-
write on the occasion of a roro-l"' t'"t'��'��K in 'his coiiveniiT.ee. ...,..,, ������ ., mim|H.r ���( f,,ur-round
nation  has  excited   ureal   inquiry I" W *"r ,1"' ��"""��"" ��'"n 0* thi   .���,,,,, in ,|K-south
m ...i-Tnry London.   No one has|*iu,'wn,k nntl nave the cost refund'
*ooi. it.   London la pun-ted. I**'  u> them  in  the event of  tht
'"*   *S   novr-1   explanation   i��llil>'s gelding to have this work
that   i-a,,..!.   laureate   Alfred l",mp-     Referred   to   streets   com-
on WtOte ��� poem, bltt that itl-niUce with power to net.
"' lu.>vomr praise that
given
Austi
was m, j,,..
i *     i" ��� a****   in .ii
ws sturdy eooimamssanw ���( Q,lct,n
Mary rebelled against it. she used
her  influence  with   the   King
have  the poem suppress,-,),    The
heavywi ight boxing champion of
British Columbia, has left for San
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Billy   Allen   is  a   good   sample
of  lhe  CanUCk  who has  risen   to
the   top   of   lhe   pugilistic   ladder.
lie has \iren boxing for four years.
the ring over such men as Knockout Brown and Abe Altt-ll are not
surprising to one who has looked
him over.
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Rules of the game being strictly
enforced in the East, lacrosse-
critics are beginning to wonder
what thc game will be like when
the eastern champions shall meet
the winner of the British Columbia
Licrosse association for the Minlo
cup. The heavy checking with
the stick is barred in eastern lacrosse, and players arc being made
to stick by the rules in that and
other respects. In the West everything goes according to report.
The problem before the eastern
association is what will happen
when the eastern team which
tries to play straight lacrosse for
a whole season meets a western
team under western officials, and
everything is allowed to go.   The
of securing a match with Matt
Wells, the English lightweight champion. Thiry heard from New
York that Wells was gone to
Connecticut for a short rest after
signing articles for three, matches
i" the East. Thiry said he had
i'^reeel to have Packey make 133
pounds at '.J o'clock for the- Englishman, but Wells refused to accept
the terms. McFarland'l manager
has nothing in the way of matches
for the fighter and it is probable
IVckcv will not light again this
f. II.
Read The Daily News
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At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c, Ice Cream
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c.pint, 50c quart���
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druggist,
Phone 82.
Light Plant Insurance.
half   of   which   time  he   spent   in I cup challengers, whoever they may
I Biisda.     His   first   bout   across I be  this year, are likely  to insist
���   K. Naden has ni.nni.in,,i,t,,l  ,.���. iin(, wn8 November. .,<), 11108,  on one eastern official for the- cup
I*it1i   the  Chy   Council   r. rgardlng  and   the    following   year   Charlie 1 scries.
renewal   ot   the   insurance   policy I Husk look
DOC    I. now in a nervous coUapsi on   th.  eleclric  light  plan,
at the affront to his dignity. |f,.rrcd to ���,,����,��� committee.
Read The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5,
6 AND 7 EVERY DAY FOR
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a hold ol him, and he
lhas climtn-d since then. He is well
-V. rUr  rji
All membera of th* I.O.O.F. (vlaltlng IlretheTn
Included) are .arnestly r*.|u����t*.l to meet at the
hall on TuFSrlay. July 4lh at 7.HO ti.m. for th. purlins* of having a photoyraiih taken.
Immediately after this the Installstlon of newly
Estill Thiry, manager of Packey. ,
built  and  has many  victories in'McKarland, has given up all hope1 '"''''"'"''""
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OR JOHNSTONE. N.O.
H. H. MORTON. Iter   ..Sm.
50c PER MONTH
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WE - HAVE - FOR ��� SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
Thin is im excellent section and was one of the first to be
striked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
I - THE COSY CORNER = '
DEVOTED PRINCIPALLY TO THE INTERESTS OP WOMEN
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This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladiesl of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that The
Cosy Comer" will All a social need.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Mcintosh entertained very
pleasantly at luncheon on Friday.
Covers were laid for eight. The.
table was prettily decorated with
a centrepiece and comer vases
of ferns. The guests i: eluded
Mrs. Bullock-Webster, Mrs. F.
Stanley Spain, Mrs. Angus Stewart, Mrs. Hubert Ward, Mrs.
Burroughs, Miss Monica Green.
For moil delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has It
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stocl
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
Mrs. Angus Stewart was a charming hostess at Bridge on Thursday evening. The elrawirg and
dining roomw sere most attractively decorated with shaded pink
carnations and softly shaded candles. Miss Marion Johnstone carried off the first prize, Mr. H. P.
Wilson thc second and Mrs. McLennan the third. The players
were: Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Stewart,
Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Burritt,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. B. Lucas, Mrs.
Naden, Mrs. J. C. McLennan,
Mrs. Donald McLeod, Dr. and
Mrs. MacNeill, Mrs. Bradnt, Mr.
Peck and Mr. Wilson.
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES    AND
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
HKltK ARE TIIRF.B OF OUR SPECIAL LINKS
BlldWeiSer Beer, We are sole agenU for Northern B.C.
Double 00 Whiskey
tluaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company. J
tin, Ni.   7
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..Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
I'boiK 125      NsdcB Block       Secssd Are
Windsor Hotel
l ni.-T AVENUE AT KI'UITII STREET
Newly Furnished and
HrMlad Rmmu
A IIRST  CLASS BAR   AND  DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
��� i.ll -   FREE  TO  CUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Fret  Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks a waiters   t
Thc ball given by the members
of the Kaien Island Club on
Friday evening was a most brilliant
affair. The large gymnasium was
gaily decorated with Hags. The
reading rooms were most attractively done with huge- boughs of
wild apple blossom ar.d ferns and
contained many cosy corners for
sitting out. The floor was in
splendid condition and the music
was provided by Cray's Orchestra,
Light refreshments were served
at midnight. The patronesses were
Mcsdamcs A. F. McMastcr, A. J.
Morris, J. Lome MacLarem, W. S.
Hall, F. H. Mobley, J. 0. Reddie,
G. D. Titc and thc stewards were
Messrs. F. G. Dawson, M. P.
McCaffcry, J. J. Chisholm, R. ('..
Rogers, W. S. Hall, H. E. Tremayne, J. A. Cade and J. Brandt.
going   in   for   who   wish   to   keep
supple waists is taking movements from side to side and forward and back, with the waist
line as the fulcrum, in thc manner
of a pendulum.
Get a Turkish towel, and hold
it from corner to comer until the
arms are stretched oul on a line
with the shoulder. Drawing a
deep breath and keeping the arms
taut, sway as far down as you can
on the right without bending the
knees; then slowly rise to an erect
position and sway down on the
left side.
At first this can lie repeated only
a few times, anil lhe dip will be
very slight, but with practice
the swaying movements can be
followed until the tips of the
fingers touch the floor without
bending the knees.
After swaying from side to side,
stretch the towel in lhe same way,
holding it in front of the chest,
anel bend slowly, front and back,
on the waist line, until finally one
can nearly bend double.
Do not.perform these exercises
jerkily or with too much vigor.
Move with the steadiness' and
regularity of a pendulum, inhaling
slowly ar.d deeply. These- movements exercise every org;>n in the
body and keep the waist flexible.
Rooms
Located on Siith Ave., near   Fulton
Thrt-e to five mlnuton from centra of bualncBH district. Nine-
test! newly furnitdied roomi.
Hut and mid water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnlihod.
Under new miuinKument.
INVITED     J
D
[ttunill
m
t FRED. STORKJ
i -General Hardware��� '
i
Builders' Hardware
IbbbbbH
���
I a.
I Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves 7
Granite-ware       Tinware ��,
i, SECOND - AVENUE 1
i * *  * * - *-*-*-*-*-*-���
P. O. BOX 2!l
PRINCE RUI'KRT
FOR  A  SMALL  FAMILY
Handy Hints Here Hard Boiled
for Happy Home Makers
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
l-ll'll. OF WM. FOXON, I sq��� A.K.A.H.,"|AN.. (NO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH STREET prince rupert
A STORY OF THE
LATE P. W. SCOTT
Could See Further into Solid
Rock than Most Mining Men,
and was Ready to Tackle the
Biggest Enterprise.
A story showing the kind ol
stulT the late I*. W. Scott was
made of is told in mining circles.
Near the Slokane Slar mine in
the Slokane district, P. W. Scotl
came upon a huge boulder lying
some hundreds of feet lu-low thi
level of the mine workings. No
one had ever paid much attention
to the boulder but after a close
iok at ii P, W. Scott offered the
sum of 15000 for ii to the owner
of ihe property on which it lay.
The offer was refused, and later
P. W, was asked what he intended
to do with the boulder had he
secure! it. He siid that he had
wanted to take il just as it stood
off the ground, anel convey it
first to the East, and thence
across to Europe on exhibition
just to show the sort of stuff the
elistrict could produce. Asked how-
he intended to have a boulder
weighing nearly KM.) tons transported, he declared he would have
had a special car constructed, and
was even prepared to have strengthened the trestle bridges all
over the route he intended to
traverse. The liouldcr was afterwards broken up and passed
through the smelter. It turned
out to be almost pure galena, and
the smelter product returned just
a little over $5000 in value.
S.S. Prince George
TB��8��
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
Special Over Sunday
Excursions to Stewart
Prince   George  sails   Suniliiys   8  it. m.
Reduced   fare  $11.50  including meals
and berth.
at. Prince Albert Huils for Port   Simpson,   Nans   River,   Massi't,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,  l p.m., re-
taming    Thursdays    and     Sunday!,
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
doii.il>' track route lietween Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
}, Rochester t\
v Monroe
Ladysmith
k      '������* Coal
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMANS HOME
sHag Bods, clean White Sheet*  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   K)R   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN, r.op.i.ior
Phone lib
I BOWLING,
BILUARDS
  m    and POOL
4 Alley*. 7 Tahlea     A rood oxer*
dM,   A clean sport,    Ladlea every
dfi*Tni->ii      Newman Block. between tith ��nd 7th Su.
TBD mohrison.    Proprietor and Manager
<��*W<��aW��<<��<ataW<<��<����>|ii
VICTORIA   CAFE
I. mrli and Meals stall hours: Lunch 16c,
Meals 2.V up-Come and 8**>
,-i i.rrr a aquaa*. hkai. ant Ttats
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
===E.   EBY   CIB.   Co.===
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM * B- C-
Any cold porrielgc may he pressed in a round mold, like a baking
jKiwder tin, and thc next day
sliced h df an inch thick, dipped
in dry cornmeal, anil fried. The
syrup may he either maple or cane.
tss
If there are children in thc
family they should have a cream
soup at lunch. For hot sandwich,
mince, ham, or other meat with
onion, mix with egg, anil drop into
hot drippings. Heat moderately
thin slices of bread in the oven,
spread this between, and press,
trim neatly, and serve on hot
plate.
Although a regular plank is
very goixl for fish, it is exper sive,
anel one may be made at home out
of plain oak. Skin a haddock and
remove the backbone, leaving two
fillets. Fry brown and transfer
to thc plank, brown side down,
surrounded by rosettes of mashed
and creamed potatoes, and return
to thc oven until all arc brown.
FASHIONS FANCIES
A Host of Pretty Little Items
That are Fresh this Season
While bands on black chiffon or
black tulle arc in favor, but
beads of steel jet and colors are
also lavishly used. Beautiful scarfs
of fine lace are always nice, and
some of the new ones in both real
ar.d imitation lace, are yellowed lo
the tint of old lace, and would
deceive any save an cx|>crt.
Wide, long se-arfs of plain chiffon
in color subtly harmonized with
the toilet are preferred to more
elaborate creations for many uses,
even when the quest ion of expense need not be considered, ami
scarfs as plain in tulle arc particularly liked with evening toilet,
the diaphanous folds being draped
and attached on one fashion or
another to the bodice, while the
long e-rds are left free for graceful
manipulation by the hands.
This is a great season for rililxins
of every description. Both black
and cojorod velvet ribbons arc
seen, in the wider sizes. Fancy
Moral velvet ribbons arc also popular.
Black and while striped ribbons
are shown in lioth velvet and
taffeta, with  black velvet stripx s>
LINDSAY'S "SSSf
G. T. P. Transfer Af.nl.
i ir.l.-r s promptly AIM.   Prfc*. rsasunabW.
OFFICE- K. Il RochMler. Ontr* SL    Phon. a*.
Strawberry Festival
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
will hold a Strawberry Festival
in the old Presbyterian Church
on the afternoon of Thursday,
July Oth. 81
Famous  Princess  Line
yttBW    S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL
Friday, July 7th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Engllah snd American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVI.
little's NEWS Agency
Magszines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
EXERCISE FOR FLEXIBILITY
Makes for Health and Happiness as Well as Beauty
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FIERCE BATTLE
IN PORTUGAL
Royalists and Republicans in a
Clash near Oporto Thirty
Republicans Killed.
(Canadian I'n-i-s Despatch)
London, July 4.���According io
the Morning Leader there has
lieen soma fierce dashes between
the monarchists ,-uid republicans
in llic north of Portugal. Thirty
republicans were killed in one
battle near Oporto.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WIIOLESALr. AND RETAIL DR11GOI8T
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. H. C.
F. W. HART
UHDMTAStta        Ind Ave. and fth SU
il.-.rsr* Barrte. ea|.��lenc*��i
Embalmer. Mnnansr
MI..M: tt      ��� !�����* "��� HloriT
Rates and Tickets
Tickets   To   All   Points
BY ALL LINES-
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
Went South
About 100 passengers went south
on the Prince f,corge this morning.
���17 of whom were lir-a class.
Among those who have gone
away for u holiday were Misses
Milligan, Johnstone, Mercer, Mrs.
W. Manson and Mrs. Dr. Hall.
WE
tmmmjmBm**mj0m
ARE YOU EATING O
PURE BUTTER ���
 IF NOT	
Abbottsford Creamery Butter
IS   WHAT   YOU   SHOULD HA   .
It is pure and good
A new exercise that women arc
Everything in groceries and provisions
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near All. St.
Phone 190
1 W. J. McCUTCHEON I
Carrie* complete etock of tlrufft.   Special   ,
attention paid to fllllr-sr prew-flplirtnt.        , ,
X Theatre Bkkr.��..-.�� n ���   -S����>odAre   .
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME     BRICK     PLASTER     . I Ml '.I
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK P bone 116
on a white taffeta ground. Black
satin stri|Ks on while taffeta arc
also shown.
HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN
STOCK  ON  OUR   WHARF.
8i��le .nd End Dump Car*. In A IS cu.fe*!,
lain A Ml*. .-...--
Si.. I Car  Wheels  and   A sir.  wllh   roller
beennsa. 1*4 'I 'n outre
llaSBlea  14 In. and *-. In.   a-alvanlK-d
Heel cable
-nto-iit iii-
Ruprrt Marine lion Works tl Supply Co.,
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S. O. E. B. S.
The   pHnoe  Rupert Lnd*** No. ���tie. Hona of
MHsi meets the fir-si  and third Tue-aJkra ������*
���ssch month In theCarpenterii 11 all. at 8 p in.
F. V. f'1,AHK. IM.
t*. O. Bos -:.' Prince Hupert
S.S. INLANDER
... FOR a  a a
HAZELTON
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. 1.. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MINK"   &  LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDIT ORS
Law- Butler Building      Thonc No. 280
I'rince Rupert P.O. Box 361
tl nun CARSS.        C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of linii.h Columbia ot B.C. Ontario, Sae-
an.1 Manll.-lMi Bar*. aatch**van   and  Al
berta Ban.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers. Notaries, Etc
Offieav-'EKchansT* block, corner Third avenue and
Sltth street. Prince Hui.��rt. S
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Rridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, sallfiilly treat-si. Gas and
local anssthslfc* administered for the painless ex-
traetlon of teeth. Conaultatlon free. Office.:
tlelrersnn Block. Prince Rutiert. 11-12
Ales.MMan.on R.A..     W I   William..rr a . 1..1  i>
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Kupert, B.C
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ASK UNCLE JERRY
^JEREMIAH     H.     KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your Properties with Uncle Jerry
Special  Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   FrancoiB Lake Lands   Lakelse I anils
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kirpiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum.Lands, Sand, (Iravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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