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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a, m.
July ��
MAX TEMP. KIN. TBSIP. BAR.        IN. RAIN
BM0 48.850      29.0       .69
THE DAILY NEWS
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II. NO. 150
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, July 6, 1911.
NEXT MAILS
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AMID GENERAL REJOICING
RAIN FALLS IN TORONTO
End of the Heat Wave Comes at Last���Thirty Nine
Deaths Occurred  in the City Yesterday an Increase   of  twenty-eight   Over  Normal
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July C.���Amid general
rejoicing, the rain which betokens
the end of the heat spell, began
tn fall on Toronto this morning.
By iiii.iii it was general throughout
Ontario, and the heat wave is
expected to be ended.
Thirty-nine Deaths
The ln.it wave was the hottest
ever recorded in Toronto. Thirty-
nine deaths were recorded yesterday, a higher total than on any of
tin- preceding days. Many of
the victims were women, most
of tin-in old women. One was
103, another 92, and another 87
years old.    Upon these and the
babies the weather was hardest
Five infants succumbed yesterday.
A Heavy Death Toll
For the first five days of July
the death toll was 128, fifty-two
of these were directly attributable
to heat. On the corresponding day
of last month the death rate was
only eleven persons.
Heat Causes Explosion
Holidaysburg, Pa.,���The intense
heat is believed to have produced
the explosion at the Standard
Powder Works at Horrell station
yesterday resulting in the death
of four men and the destruction of
the plant.
SENT THE BOY
FOR THE BEER
Bartender   May   be   Fined   for
Supplying   Juvenile.     Beer
Was for His Father.
To send a small boy for beer i.1
this city is not a wise proceeding.
It is liable to get everybody into
trouble, Today T. Mcllcr, an
Englishman, asked Johnny McAllister to run over to the Windsor
lur and gft a bah of beer, about n
pint. The birr was for the boy's
father. David McAllister. Mr.
Miller said that he had no idea
there was any law against the
hoy's tuning on the errand. He
thought that he could seiul him
ju-l as is done in England. There-
is a law in England also against
���ending juveniles for liquor except
in scaled bottles. The can intended io be filled In this case was
provided with a cover. It is
|*i--iUe that the bartender may
be lined fur supplying the liquor
i" thc boy,  however.    The case
"""' - up tomorrow.
Mothers Take Caret
Don't cripple the little ones
willi poorly made shoes. The
"' 1} -hoe is the Classic. We have
���' si'nt i. gejust Ir.- Scott, Froud
S i i nipany.
OTTAWA WINS AT HENLEY
Beat London Club in Heat for
Stev.ard's Cup���Have to Meet
the Belgian Crew Tomorrow.
(Canadian Press De-snatch)
Henley-on-Thames, July 6.���In
thc first heat for the Steward's
Challenge Cup, Ottawa four beat
the London Rowing Club easily
by two lengths today. Thc Ot-
tawas have to meet the Belgians
tomorrow.
A GRAND GIFT
FOR OLD McGILL
Famous Montreal University
Receives Another Million Gift
from Sir William Macdonald.
GRAIN COMPANY IN
TROUBLE
Sovereign Grain Co. of Winnipeg, Went into Liquidation
Today.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July C.���The Sovereign Grain Co., with head office
here, and branches at Calgary and
Moose Jaw went into liquidation
toelay.
JAMES  BAIRD   K.   C.  DEAD
Toronto's Crown Attorney Passes Away at Age of Fifty-two
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 0.���Mr. James
Baird, K. C, County Crown Attorney for the city of Toronto,
dieel here this morning. He was
aged 52. Mr. Baird has only held
the position for little over a year,
succeeding Mr. H. L. Drayton,
K. C.| who is now Corporation
Counsel for ihe city of Toronto.
Visiting Prince Rupert
Miss Eva Busch, niece of Mr
J. II. Rogers who has been making
the Alaska trip this summer, stop-
|Mtl off here on a visit to her uncle
for a week. She will return south
the the City of Seattle.
Montreal, July li.���By the pur-
e-hase of- the Molson and Law-
estates at a etist of a million
dollars, and by presenting the
property to McGill University to
use for extension purposes, Sir
William Macdonald, the tobacco
magnate has conferred another
evidence of his esteem on the
Montreal institution.
This latest gift brings up the
total of Sir William's benefactions
to McGill lo an amount of ten
million dollars.
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BASEBALL SCORES
Seattle 5, Portland I.
Tacoma 5, Vancouver 9.
Spokane 3, Victoria 4;   twelve
innings.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles -1,,Oakland 6,
'Frisco 8, Sacramento 0.
Socremei.toO, Portia tl 1.
American League
New York 9, Philadelphia 8.
Washington 7, Boston 4.
Detroit 8, Chitv.go 1.
Cleveland 11. St. Louis 4.
National League
Philadelphia li, New York 4.
Brooklyn B, Boston 2.
Pittsburg 0, St. Louis 3.
Chicago-Cincinnati no game.
ANOTHERTOWN
IS ON FIRE
Wallula in Washington is Ablaze, and Reported to be Doomed   Wires are All Down.
Ladies   Can   Mountaineer
With our high Tan Mountain
Boots it is easy. Get a pair at
once.���Scott, Froud & Co.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Walla Walla, Washi <glon, July
6.���It is reported here that the
town of Wallula, thirty miles
away is burning, and ihat little
hope renii'i'-s to save lhe piece.
The wires are down ard little
ntws is obtarable.. The blase
stcrted in a hotel, ar.d fanned by
a breeze spreatl bo lhe whole town
which is reported to be doomed.
WEATHER AND SHIPPING
News from the Dominion Govt.
Wireless Stations
Weather is clear al Cape Lazo
and Point Grey, and overcast at
Ikcdn a: d Estcvan. The following
vessels are reported: two masted
whaler south bound off Ikeda at
H.-io this morning. Steamer Humboldt south bound off Cape Lazo
at 9.36 this morning.
MEXICAN BEAT
BROOKLYN MAN
Joe Rivers Administered Beating to Joe Coster at Los
Angeles.
MADE DARING RESCUE
WAY UP IN THE CLOUDS
Pat. Eustice an Ironworker Who Toppled oft Twentieth
Storey of a Chicago Skyscraper Was Caught by
a Man on the Storey Below.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Los Angeles, July 5- Joe Rivers,
a little Mexican in ibis city, toelay
admit Istercd a terrific beath g to
Jot- Coster, the Brooklyn lightweight, winning at iho end of the
twelfth round when he had Coster
at his mercy.
Week-end Steamer Bunch
At  the e d of lhe week there
will be heavy steamer traffic. The
Camosun due Friday night, the
Prir.ce George Saturday morning,
the City of Seattle southbound,
and the Suite of C; lifon ia for lhe
north will call besides the C, P. R.
steamer Pri. cess Royal for the
south Friday.
STEPS TAKEN TO PROMOTE
INDOOR BASEBALL LEAGUE
Live Young Men of the Town Complete Preliminary Arrangements
���Have Asked Rev. W. H. McLeod, Chief Vickers, George
Tite, Aid. George Kerr and Rev. F. W. Kerr to Draw
up Their Rules and  By-laws���Will Try to
Get  Baseball  Park Too
Chicago, July li.���One of the
human Hies whose agility and
lack of nerves makes sky scrapers
possible, lost his balance yesterday
and toppled from the twentieth
storey of the new Heisen building.
Ordinarily the foregoing statement would complete the story,
but not sei in the case of Patrick
Eustice, for there was a hero at
ha: d in the person of John Murray,
ar.d Eustice probably will be at
work again in a day or two.
Eustice toppled from a beam,
just as scores of other structural
iron   workers,   and   some   of   his
companions did not even turn
their heads to see the mangled
forms which their minds conjured
up as lying on thc pavement
liclow.
Murray was working on the
nineteenth floor, and saw Eustice
fall. He reached far out, and
grasped lhe falling man by his
tough woridngman's blouse.   He
was rot able to hold the weight,
but he gave thc descending body
a swing inward, and the latter
landed on the eighteenth floor,
on a pair of cross beams. He was
bruised, but that was all. Murray
looked down, saw that all was well,
mil resumed riveting.
BABIES  DIE  IN  MONTREAL
Nearly One Hundred and Fifty
Die Within Two Days from
Heat.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, July G.���-During the
past two days of intense heat, 1 Id
infants   have   died   here.     Their
deaths are due to the excessive heat
CANADAS HEROINE
Monument to Laura Secord
was Unveiled Today at Queen
stown Heights.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
.Niagara Kails, July ti.-���Close to
the spot where she performed her
heroic de-eels, a monument erected
to the memory of Laura Secord
by die Dominion Government was
unveiled toelay in the presence
of a great throng. Sir jCharles
Fitspatrick, Chief Justice of Canada who officiated paid a tribute
to the memory of the heroine of
the war of 1812.
CANADA LOSES
WRESTLING BOUT
Walker of Vancouver Beat the
Australian, but Went Down
Before the Englishman.
SEATTLE EDITOR IS HERE
V1SITIM THE DISTRICT
Mr. Chas. E. Hunt of the Seattle P. I.  in Company
With General Agent J. H. Burgis of the G. T. P.
is  Visiting   Stewart,   Skeena   River   and
Trip up Tuck's Inlet
development in this country.
On thc way Up from the south
he saw the wrecked S.S. Spokane
in Seymour Narrows which is now
awash to her hurricane deck and
it is now feared thc vessel will lie a
total loss.
1" look  over the  wonderful
Progress made by the G. T, P. in
ll"1' district and also to settle
s"iiu- business matters Mr. J. II.
Burgis, general agent of the C. T.
battle, arrived here yester-
''"   i'"' S.S.  Prince  Rupert.
V'"i']M'iyingMr. Burgis is Chas.
'��� Hunt, railroad editor of the
v"'ir.' Post Intelligencer, who
Mth his wife and family are on a
Vacation,
[tie party went to Stewart
��n the Prince Rupert and
"turn south on Monday
���""���j"! on the Prince George.
" l1"' Interval the party will
''"tiikea trip up the line as far
;"��� '"Pper River.
Mr- Hunt is delighted with
1,111 us here and asserts that he
*'"1 s" back with a lot of gootl
",',1V ���"'<! pictures. He is par*
l""larl>' '"K'rested"in thc railroad
Mill
Messrs. Burgis, Hunt, and party
will, weather permitting, be the
guests of Mr. J. H. Kugler tomorrow afternoon on the yacht
Ka Ycx. Alt the scenery of the
harbor will be shown the visitors.
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE, Scconil Ave-
Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC THEATRE, Third Ave;
Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures and music, 7.80 p.m.
To establish an Indoor ImscBnll
League in Prince Ru'icrt from
which will naturally spring an
outdoor league as facilities nit-
agitated for ai'.dobtaiiicd, is the
object of a numla-r of the young
men of the city. Such keen
interest has la-en aroused by tin-
live rivalry between the indoor
baseball teams already organised
in ihe city ihat the pros|H-cts of
having the league established are
very bright indeed.
Organising Committee
Backed up by the evident strong
desire on the part of the players,
rooters, and fans of the existing
teams to have a league established
now, a number of the moving
spirits amongst thc young men
got together last night to make
preliminary arrangements. Representatives of the Royal Team
the Brotherhood Team, the Typos,
and the Butchers (who arc organising a team at once) were present.
They decided to get a committee
of leading citizens who arc thoroughly interested in the garni- to
prepare a set of by-laws for t lie-
league and put the preliminary
matters in order to be set before
those interested as soon as possible.
Popular Men Named
Names of five live and popular
men well known to Ik- staunch
supporters of every branch of
legitimate sport were chosen.
These- are Mr. C.eorge Tite, Alderman George Kerr, Rev. W. H.
McLeod, Rev. 1". W. Kerr, and
Chief Vickers. A deputation of
the young men waited upon Rev.
W. II. Mcl.nd last night and as
many of the others rained as
COUld be reachid in lhe lime, to
request them to act ns the committee to help aloiig the li.iguc
format ion. There can lie no doiibi
that with these men in charge ol
the In-ginning* of it, the Indoor
Biseb.-ll League of Prince Ru|K-rl
will gel going si long speedily.
Play for a Cup
To have a Competition Cup lo
Im- contested for by the teams
from   iow   onwards   ihrougbtotil
the fall i*-cl winter is a popular
idea expressed, ;������ d efforts will lie
made lo secure a trophy. Already
there exist five i door baseball
teams in the city, the Typos, the
Royals,  thc  Brotherhood   Boys,
the   Prcsbytcri;'i   teem,  aril   the
Butchers just  organised.    That
another five live teams can be
organised in Prince Ru|)ert is
certain. Already interest is lining
excited in virions i|Uarters win re
the lack of proi-crly org.-n Ised
spoil   in   Pri' ce  Rupert  has long
bean felt.
Outdoor Game Next
Bellini the active efforts now
bt-i:. g made to establish this li.dior
Base bill l.ciguc in Prii ce Ru|icrt
there exists a very strong de-
lermi ation on the part of the
ma y baseball enthusiasts in the
city, to make il is iiiovinimt lead
up as Speedily RS may be to the
s<curi g of fi-cilitics for the out-
dt.or gi.mc. That a purk r.pi bigot into condition for real baseball
by next summer if efforts arc made
getting il i-i *ha|rf tiii- fall is the
co viclio-i of a great many of llic
yourg men.    Men i f Influence
i i ilu-1 ity I. o, have let llic fore-.-
of their opil ioi to the nine idea,
and <ne popular city councillor
has  had   a   suitable  |iark-siie   in
his eye for several months.   The
site ol it   is on part of the land
io Ik- granted to the city by the
c. T. P. ard ilu- space of level
grou, d a VT liable is sufficient for
oi oily a baseball diamond, but
several tej :��� is courts. ;>��� il |iossibly
a i< ..ib. II fit Id no.
Practice ard exhibition matches
are lo be In Id by the i.' door Uisc-
I'.'ll teams no.i ready for action
ns often as |>ossihlc until the
league is set on its feet when the
livest civ tests of the season may
certainly Im- cX'hcUiI.
A meeting of those interested
in the forming of a Caledonian
Society is called for Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. July 7. All in-
teiested are ki'dly requested to
attend.   The place of meeting,
Central Hotel. 3l
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, July ti.���At the Inter-
limpire Boxing and Wrestling Tournament, Walker the Vancouver
man, was defeated in the final
last night by S. V. Bacon of the
United Kingdom. Walker won
his first round against Smith of
Australia.
In the boxing contests, first
series, Hadwick of Australia beat
Haziel of the United Kingdom,
and then met J. Thompson of
Canada who had drawn a bye
for the first series. The light was
of short duration for Hadwick
Ileal Thompson in the first round.
GOLD FROM ALASKA
Output of Tanana District is
Said to Exceed Five Millions
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle,   July   0.���Advices   received here by the Seat lie banks
from  Fairbanks, Alaska, say that
tlu*  season's  gold  output   of   the
Tanana district, will be between
five anel six millions.
RAILWAY COMMISSION
COMING
They Will Sit in Prince Rupert
on Saturday. August 19
Ni ws w.'s received by tin- Sheriff
this mor. i g. from Mr. Cartwright,
secretary   of   the   Railway   Coin-
mltsion of Carada, to the effect
that the Commission would sit
iii Prince Ruperl on Saturday,
August 10th, and asking that the
court house be reserved for ihat
date.
BATTLESHIP MAINE WAS
VICTIM OF AN ACCIDENT
This is the Verdict of General Rixley the Chief of the
Engineers who Raised   the   Wrecked   Vessel
From the Bottom of Havana Harbor
���Magazines Exploded
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington. July ti.��� That the
battleship Maine was not blown
up by the Spaniards but that
she met her fate by an internal
explosion is the opinion given hereby General Rixley, chief of the
staff of engineers who are at work
raising lhe battleship in the harbor
at Havana.
Could not be Done
The great Imttlcslitp, covered by
this lime with barnacles all over
is now at the surface, and the
evidence is clear that the explosion
Occurred   on   the   inside   of   the
Ceptional opportunities for making
a personal inspection of thc wreck
anel for rendering a competent
judgment on the causes of the
disaster.
The Sunday School Picnic of St.
Andrew's Church
Indoor Baseball
Brotherhood   Crescents   vs.
Royal Blue Ribbons,  tomorrow
night at the Auditorium.    Game
called at 8.45 sharp.   Admission
to secure the ground and liegin|26c.   Skating after the game.
The Sunday School of St. Andrew's Church will hold a picnic
on Saturday, July 8th, at Metla-
ki-lla Bar.   Adults ate also invited,
ard will be taken over for 50 cents.
Baskels are being provided lor
vessel.   General Rixley states that I ��hc scholars, and thc adults will
the terrific damage done to the|,)r-nig   tlu,irs   wiln   tncm.     The
Iwais will leave the wharf at
eleven o'clock in the morning, and
again at three in the afternoon.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Church Hall on Friday afternoon.
vessel could not have been done
by a bomb or torpedo, but only
by the explosion of the lliree great
niagazin.es on the- warship.
Personal Inspection
General   Rixley   has   HYul
ex- THE    DAILY   NEWS
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all ol the ladies of Prince Rupert
sre invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms sre invited by the editor. The hope Is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
SMART HATS FOR THE
LITTLE ONES
WE ��� HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This ia an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furni.hed and
Steam Heated Rooms
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS  FREE  TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central % ���%*��%
European and American plan, strain
hea.iii, modern convenience!. Rat***
$1.00 to SZ.dO per day.       :       :
Proprietor
Peter Black
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BIST IN TOWN  TOR  THE  MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proptl.tor
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REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lsnd For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C
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Th.  Prlnc-a  Rupert Lulu*. No. 318. Son. of
Ens-land. mast. th. first .nd third Tueedaya In
-ach month In th. CarpeaUre Hall, at n p.m.
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PRINCE RUPERT BACK
Overhauled at a Cost of $20,000.
Made Fast Trip
Her boilers overhauled and adapted to llic forced draft of Pacific
Coast coal at an expenss of $20,-
000, thc Carand Trunk Pacific
steamer Prince Rti'iert after docking at Ksquimalt to have her
bottom cleaned and painted, is
again on the run with a speed of
nearly 20 knots.
From thc south she brought in
a first class passenger list of 75
persons, a full cargo of mixed
freight, and a number of second
class passengers. She made the
run in 31 hours, and arrived at the
wharf in capital time for the train
going out to Copper City. The
train was also crowded and left on
time.
fJ^Two new hats are illustrated in
the sketch, and both are smart
and unusual. The lower model is
developed in cherry red, soft straw,
with a turned back edge of shiny
black straw, held by tiny black
velvet bows. The other model
is of cream straw, lined with pink
crepe, and trimmed with a band
and bow of black velvet and
wreaths of small pink roses.
WALKING UP STAIRS
Latest Feat in Stage Dancing is
a Sensation
In discussing this latest exemplification of the poetry of motion
from the city of the beautiful
Blue Danube, Mr. Bertram Wallis,
with Miss Lily Elsie, glides up a
golden staircase. It is certainly
a graceful novelty, but as a dance
it is more difficult than it seems.
A disadvantage is that the staircase is curved and has a kind of
landing half way up. This half
landing has to Ik- taken in one step,
just like the ordinary steps of
thc staircase a little lower down.
The music allows you only thc
same time, and dancers will appreciate what this means. Each
tread or step of thc staircase has
to be taken to one bar of music.
Try Olive Oil
Olive oil or good cottonseed oil
is an excellent medium for frying
fiiiiil-iaiul'--- one great advantage
is that it docs not emit the unpleasant fumes of thc natural
fat. The same general rules for
frying with oil govern frying with
fat, the principal one being not
to put any foodstuffs into thc
frying medium until it gives off
a blue smoke.
KITCHEN LINEN
New Kinds for Convenience and
Household Ease
Every good housekeeper likes
to have a good supply of kitchen
linen for her own satisfaction, just
as every well dressed woman likes
to have fine underwear.
When it comes to buying towels
for fine dishes, it is much cheaper
in the end to get goixl quality of
the glass toweling at, say 1ft cents
a yard, than what looks very like
it at 10 cents, which is stiffened
with dressing. A few heavier
towels may be kept on hand for
thc coarser dishes and small enamelled pots.
If a young housekeeper has none
of the old woollen underwearwhich
is so serviceable and satisfactory
for use as floor cloths, she can
buy sciuares of heavy, loosely
woven cotton for from ii to 17
cents each, which answer the
purpose and measure about eight-
teen inches. They also have another use, discovered by b clever
Toronto woman, who stencils them
with a color to match the room
they are to be in. The loose-
mesh and dark cream color make
a most effective background for
the pattern and to renew them
costs next to nothing.
Knitted cloths for the mop and
the dishcloths are also to be found
at the towel counter, though many
housekeepers chose unbleached
cheesecloth as the best of all for
the latter purpose, as they can bespread out and be sweetened in
the sunlight, as heavier articles
cannot.
Thc Russian crash at the toweling counter, in addition to its
original purpose, has been dis-
coverctl to be the right shade
for fancy work such as table-
runners and pillow covers, whe.
worked in crewel work or Stencilled
NOT BEADS BUT BEAUTIFUL
Substitute for Bead Embroidery
Which will Wash
As laundering acts disastrously
on beads, especially if they are on
their materials, a substitute for
thc beads had to be found. Mercerized cotton, looking very much
like silk, gives an effect closely
resembling beadwork and having
the advantage of licing durable.
Foundation materials of chiffon
voile, in white or cream, are being
sold in patterns for dresses and
waists, the designs being stamped
ready for working. Thc designs,
some of which arc conventional
and others of flowers and leaves,
arc followed by French knots
placed closely together. As in
regular embroidery work, a frame'
is used over which to stretch the
voile, and care must lie exercised
to keep the delicate material from
becoming drawn or puckered. The
French knots should lie small in
size.
Divinity Candy
Boil two cups white sugar with
half cup water and half cup
syrup to a hard boil, pour onto
thc stiffly beaten whites of two
eggs, beat until soft like chalk.
Drop in teaspoonfuIs on waxed
paper.
( limy lace is used as an edging
on some of thc dainty hand-
embroidered covers for thc lingerie-
pillow.
ARE YOU EATING ���)
PURE BUTTER
-IF NOT	
Abbottsford Creamery Butter
IS  WHAT  YOU  SHOULD HAVE
It is pure and good
Everything in groceries and provisions
Ideal Provision House
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Vour Dealer Has It
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Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
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COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
��C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agent.
Order, promptly filled.   Price, reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochsster. Centra St.    Phon. 68.
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POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
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Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
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llaa-k-i.a  1-2 in. and :,-* in. galvanised
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Rupert Marine Iron Works & Supply Co.,
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!
Billy Allen is one of three
brothers who have gathered fame
in the ring. Billy is perhaps the
greaiesi of the trio, although his
brother All, better known as
"Monk" Allen, garneretl considerable fame and a lot of money by
the punch ihat lay behind his
gloves.
$ $ $
Alt (ought for years in the
northwestern suites. His record
is lost as far as these battles are
concerned, but on his return to
Ottawa he engaged in many notable lights with Fred Routhier,
George Benott, who afterwards
lost his life in a fire in Wisconsin,
Thompldns of Montreal, Ross,
Barney Quinn, of thc Capital lacrosse team, who was some scrapper, and Clem Austin.
-** $ *)i
Allen's notable fight was sixty-
seven rounds to a draw with Fred
Routhier in Quebec. He afterwards men and decisively beat
Routhier. Alf was somewhat of
a rounder and caused considerable
trouble in Ottawa, and when lie
wobbled up to the penitent bench
at the Torrey-Alexandcr revival
meeting anel professetl religion,
his conversion was treated as a
joke.
B*f   a*)   ��
It proved no joke, however, and
he is now a full Hedged evangelist.
He abandoned his evil ways at
once and took a course at Torrey
institute in Chicago. Every time
he goes to Ottawa he holds revivals in the largest of the theatres
antl hundreds have to be turned
away. He is doing good work.
So much for Alf.
**. ���** S"
Collie Allen is a good boy and
boxe-s at 145 pounds. While not so
prominent as his brothers he has
made a good showing and won
bouts at Montreal, Ottawa and
Syracuse. He docs not follow
the boxing game as a business but
is not adverse to signing for a
bout at any time. He is like
Billy in the respect that he keeps
himself in condition all thc time.
a)  -*f  0
It was from Alf antl Collie that
Billy learned much of what he
knows. When Alf was in the
fighting game himself he devoted
a whole lot of attention to his
kill brother, and it is to this
tutoring lhat thc latter is such a
good judge of distance. When
religion took hold of Alf, Collie
took up the duties of coach anel
|xiid special attention to foot work.
M *
Anyone who has ever seen Billy
fight will know that he was an apt
pupil. His quickness in the ring
is marvelous. He started early
in life to elon the mitts antl he-
has been lean-ing ever since. He
is an easy man to handle as his
manager will testify. He does not
drink, smoke or chew, and is
amenable at all limes to training
rules.
a)  0  *.
Charlie Huck, Allen's manager,
was quite an athlete in his elay.
When he was a student at Ottawa
university he was the best quarter
miler in Eastern Ontario and won
many medals. He did not like
the game, however, and retired
ifter his studi-nt days. He is now
sporting celitiir of thc Syracuse-
Herald. Since he assumed die
managerial reins he has kept the
little fellow busy and does not
select opponents. He accepts
matches when conditions are any
way near equal. !
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,  Thursdays  and Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special fare on  Sunday
boat,   $9.50 return including meals
and berth.
sa. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and f-ir:
Que-en Charlotte- Island points,  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays und Saturdays,  1  p.m.,  returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
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 oyer 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
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totals
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Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros." Office.
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Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
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Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
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Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gas snd
local anasthetlcs administered for the iisiiil.-ss ex-
traction of teeth. Consultation free. Omr*s:
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Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
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He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
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Hazelton Ulstrict Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
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He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
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Daily Edition.
Thursday. July 6
MR. TEMPLEMAN S LETTER
policy of the government ar.d the
generally satisfactory results of
my efforts as their representative,
the issue of a contest whether
it takes place this year or next
year, undoubtedly would be an
endorsement of the government
and myself, I am glad to know
that 1 have been of some service
in the constituency of Comox-
Atlin, a d thai the confidence
Kiven me i'i 1009, when I was
elected by acclamation, has not
Wcii, i i the opinion of the electors,
misplaced.
When, upon my defeat in Victoria, Mr. Sloan resigned to enable
me to continue as a Minister of
the Crown the duty of representing
British Columbia in the government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, it
was generally understood, I tnink,
that my connection with Comox-
Atlin would be of a tentative
character, as the electors would
probably desire, upon the con-
clusion i'i ''K> parliamentary term,
to select as their representative a
resident ia the district.
I   feel  that   I  am greatly  in-
debted to the electors of Comox-
Atlin  for their confidence in  the
past and their good will for the
The  knowledge   I   have
Letters to the Editor
Prince   Rupert's   Race  Course
To the Editor:
Sir,���I cull the following from
"John Bull" a paper published iii|
London, Erg., under date June
10th, 1911. This paper has lor its
"slogan" "If it's in John Bull
it is so."   The item read-:
"Race courses seem to be springing up all over Canada the latest
completed being at Prime Rupert
in the nortii of British Columbia,
where 18 days' racing is to be
held durirg this year."
Yours very truly,
FRANK A. ELLIS
LETTER FROM GEO. LEEK
Prince   Rupert's   Coronation
Representative is Having the
Time of His Life.
In another column will be feiund the hill text of Hon. William
Templeman's letter to the Liberal associations of Comox-Atlin, notifying them of his wish not to accept re-nomination at the next Federal
election. As the letter has been printed in full in Hon. Mr. Temple-
man's own newspaper, the Victoria Times, there is no doubt of tin
member's Strong desire to make way for a resident representative.' future
This is a chivalrous action, well worthy of Mr. Templeman, prompted gained of the constituency will be-
in part no doubt by the knowledge that the seat is a safe one for any ��� of great value to me, and wi.l
capable bearer of the Liberal standard. Cable me to assist its representa-
There is no doubt that strong pressure will be invoked to induce rive in promoting the interests of
Mr. Templeman to reconsider his decision, not by Prir.ce Rupert the district in many ways. I
alone, but by the uther associatiors in Coinox-.-\tlin. No man could therefore desire to say, with gre-at
have done more for the constituency than has Mr. Templeman. a d ��� regret, that I will not offer myself
his withdrawal unless prompted by the very strongest desires, \\:ll for nomination in Comox.Atlin
not be accepted without protest by his constituents, even though his I at the ci-mir.g election, and I
continue-d efforts and good will are assured for Comox-Atlin fcr all respectfully suggest that early consideration be given to the question
of choosirg another candidate.   I
believe Comox-Alli l is Liberal
and that it will reaffirm its support
of the Laurier government whenever an opportunity offers. I will
exte-nd every assistance in my
power io the candidate selected,
ard with the united action of the
in   the  constituency   there-
time.
PRINCE RUPERT OPTIMISTS
i From the Montreal Herald)
Prince Rupert is no place for pessimists, ar.d so far is ks.own
there are none there. .After reading of what plans are afoot for the
spending of millions on productive works in the place, tht��re is no need
to wonder that the seven or eight thousand people who are there
already see their city larger, more prosperous and more populous | party
than Montreal, or that they v.ilue their real estate at prices which Ican be little doubt of success,
make Montrealers ashamed of their own modesty. I    Again thanking the electors of
(Special to the Daily News.
Chelsea. June ltith -We are-
all having the time n! ��'i:r lives
now. Ever since tve la' did in
England we have been overwhelmed with hospitality. Brakes come
each day to our headquarters at
the Duke of York's school andj
take us out for trips lo see the
sights of Lordon.
We live in tents, in the grounds
of the school, a very beautifully
kept place. The Junior Army and j
Navy stores have thc contract to i
feed the troops, and they are
eloirg il in great style.
When we arrived at  Liverpool
the   Lord   Mayor  came aboard,
lookeel down the ranks and spoke!
to    the   men.      A   great   crowd
packed the streets on the way toj
the statin.".    England lookeel like-
one big garden as we travelled thej
240   miles   to   London.     It   all
li u'k.d vt ry gooel to me.
We pair.de at the C.u.irtls' bar-
r. <ks for drill at 9 a.m. and arc
through c.-rly. The tnops are
all well phased, aid the weather
is g. od.
On the 13th we all went to the
Nevertheless, it takes a lot of heart and a deal of imagination I Comox-Atlin   lor   the   confidence Horse   Show.     The   horses   were
to be an optimist in Prince Rupert.   What of it isn't rock is muskeg, j they   have   pieced   n   me,   and mag ifuvi t, some wry good riders,
and what oi it isn't muskeg is rock. The two are not distributed on
any plan lhat makes for ihe convenience of humar.s, for you can't
get to the rock without crossing the muskeg, ar.d when you are on
the rock you haven't much room to move about. The ultimate answer
of the Prir.ce Rupert optimist to this challenge of nature is to blow
down thc rock and fill up the muskeg. Meantime he gets about on
plank platforms for roads and sidewalks and awaits the better day.
Another foe of the optimist is the rain. Some pessimist of the early-
day remarked that "when it rains it never stops," but the optimists
who have stayed on add that "when it stops it never rains." The
harbor, there can be no doubt, is a body of landlocked water wonderfully effective for the purpose. The largest ships can moor right
alongside thc shore, with only a few very long piles to carry the dock
platform. And one of these days, beyemd doubt, thc little town will
be an emporium of trade between continent and continent. Ii will
be, in its turn, what San Francisco and Vancouver have become. Il
can't rain there so very- much more than it does at Liverpool or at
Manchester, where; people contrive to live in splendor and work
in comfort. .And its present population, as ardently Canadian an
aggregation as can be found west of Sydney, will deserve the reward
they are almost certain to receive for their display of pioneer courage.
wishirg them all prosperity, I am,
Yours respectfully,
W. TEMPLEMAN
IN CASE OF
AN ACCIDENT
aid lit- ji.mpirg was goixl. The
; tht;.ins here issue tickets to the
; trcops. .Not a thing worth seeing
but what we are free to go to. I
am goivg to Cambridge today.
We are looking forward to the
22- d ard the days after. But
I after it is all over, I will lie glad
Four Stretchers Have Been Plac- t0 gt,t back again to Princc RlJ " ,.
ed at Various Points in the
City, and Along the Waterfront.
Yours truly,
GEORGE LEEK
NOTES DUE
The meeting announced to be held in the Presbyterian Church
yesterday afternoon to discus;, the rights of women, raises the question, "Why should women have special rights?"
Women should have no special rights. They should be entitled
equally ���*ith men to all human rights. The accident of sex should
carry neither diskirments nor special privileges.
ROASTING HOT
IN TORONTO
As there is no ambulance yet in
Prince   Rupert,   and   the   rough
ar.d ready rig systim of conveying
hurt men to the hospital is apt to A��� Heat Record�� Broken    Four
aggravate their injuries four stret-     peop)e D-e of Proitration ,nd
chers have now been secured.
These were placed yesterday under
direction of Mr. William Wright,
secretary of thc hospital, at the
following points of vantage in thc
city and on the waterfront:
At th. 1'olice Station.
At tiu-G. T. P. Dock.
At th.- Westholme Lumlicr Co.
At Messrs. Lynch Bros.' Store.
By plai ing a hurt man in one
of thesj
be either carried to the
A   prosaic   Scot called up the New- yesterday to protest against
.   . n- i .,     , sBjaaaaa,  ..   ...        .     ... ,   .     Ilately  and  comfortably   in   a   rig
a paragraph telling of the burning of a distillery in Glasgow being1 '
headed "What will the Scotch do now���';"   Mon, but it's a temptation
to ask, "Whet will the Scotch do next/"
Many Factories Closed.
Torn' to, July 4.���Yesterday the
official   weather  man   placed   thc |
temperature at 101 in the shade I
which  broke all previous records!
here.      The    terrible   heal    s|hII,
however, has been broken, and the
Ithermometer is gradually  falling.
Rain i- promised before night.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J    There have bun four deaths and
canvas stretchers he canL M,iri. ,,f ,ir,lMr.ltion!, tram heat
hospital  rtrokl.Si   Tlu. ,���..lt wavc. ���,;,��� |Krll
|at once, or placed very much more ;fclt ,hri)Ugh ()nliiri0i am. manv
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .factories are closed.
for   more   speedy   transportation, __^__^___^.__
A despatch from Berlin tells of how the raising of the dog tax
from $5 to $7.50 resulted in the destruction of three hundred canines.
That is a practical illustration of the consequences of taxation.
In British Columbia we tax food instead. One of the objects
of thc reciprocity bill is to remove the tax on foexl ar.d make it more-
plentiful.
and easier handling at the hospital
where the stretcher can be lifted
straight to the bedside.
HON. MR. TEMPLEMAN SAYS
HE WILL NOUUN AGAIN
Popular Cabinet Minister and Member for Comox-
Atlin Chivalrously Offers to Allow his Constituents to Nominate   a   Local   Man for
the Federal Seat
Hon. William  Tcmpleman   basil should state to the friends and
,dre**ed   *S   lollowing   self-cx- supporters ol  thc
nltanatory   letter   to   thc
Liberal   Aasvociations in
SEATTLE OFFICER
IS MURDERED
Patrolman Harris Killed by Unknown Man While Making
Arrest on the Street.
GREAT STORM
STRIKES QUEBEC
Comes as a Climax to the Terrible Heat Wave of Last Few
Days.
(Canadian PrCSS De-patch)
Seattle, July 5.���Patrolman Harris was shot and almost instantly
killed by an unknown assailant
at the corner of Occidental and
Washington streets at nine o'clock
last night while ai tempting to
capture a man fleeing from arrest.
Reviewed Boy Scouts
London, July 6.���(Special)���The
King anil Queen reviewed 86,000
Hoy Scouts, Including the Colonials at Windsor today.
Quebec, July 4.���Following the
oppressive temperature which has!
prevailed  for  the  past  two dnysj
a great steirm broke over thc city'
last  night.     It  was one  of   the
fiercest  ever experienced here in
many   years.     As   a   result   the
streets are rushing with water, aril
business has been brought  to an
absolute standstill.   All power was
cut off, roofs were blown off, trees
uprooted  and   panic  prevailed  in
the boats which were caught In the
storm.
Everybody Invited
government  in
various 1 Comox-Atlin what my future COW*
the  con-Isc of action will be.
st.tucncy ot Comox-Atlin, regard-1    1 have been assured by friends
ing his course in the next gcticrallin every portion ol thc constituency
election: \thal   my   ron<iijaturt,   wouij   .���,
Dear Sir ��� In view ol thc pos-1 acceptable to the Liberal
sibility of an  election before thc 1 and   many    Conservatives	
expiration  of   the  present  parlia- joined with my political friends in I Thursday evening.   There will be
mentary term, it is desirable that [declaring   that   in   view   ol   thej some special music and
CHOKED TO DEATH
Vancouver, July 4.���While endeavoring to swallow a bean which
she had picked up, Ruth Lee, thc
.        . , ���   -..-a.    .........    . .,-,    ..UU.    .   . .   .    uie
would be I Rev. F, W. Kerr of the Presby- four year old daughter of J. H.
rat electors, tcrian Church, will conduct services Lee was choked to death last
lives    have at the Salvation Army Citadel on Lithe.
al  Irinnrl. in I TU..���.1 ���_-       a��� ... 1 ��
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detective stories ever written���to give to the world two more of his
entrancing tales of thc great detective's skill.
All arrangements are now completed, the stories are delivered,
and at an early date to be mutually agreed upon, thc stories will be
printed.   They are called:
The Adventure ol the Devil's Foot
AND-
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We have read these stories in thc proof, and they are up to the
high standard of skill that thc earlier stories set. We can say
no more.
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