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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Aug. 10
The Daily News^
next mails
For south
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist \   v
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/OL. II,  NO. 180
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, August 10, 1911.
Price Five Cents
AFP0I1T PELEG
���RINCE RUPERT WINS
ANOTHER GOOD BOOSTER
lr. E. P. Miller. Secretary-Treasurer of the Dominion
Trust Co., of Vancouver, Expresses His Surprise
and Admiration for Prince Rupert and
District
Surprised  and delighted with
II that he has seen of the city
ausing  him  to  marvel   at  the
'underfill progress that has been
ni.ule  since  its  incorporation  a
till- over a year ago  Mr. E. P.
lillcr, secretary treasurer of the
Dominion Trust Company of Van-
itivii',  incidentally  the  largest
tompany of its kind in Canada,
lilted  that  he  means   to   boost
i naa Rupert when he returns to
Micouver next week.
A Holiday Trip
"It was time for me to take n
ilitlay," said Mr. Miller, "so I
t-iii to Skagway on the Prim-ess
<"\.>1 and  dropped  off  here on
Monday   to   see   this   rwy   and
(urrounding country  so  that   1
imid have first hand Information
l.tiiti the possibilities of the place
furnish to lhe many clients of
Iny company who want to obtain
\w\\ information."
Today he left on thc S.S.
titander for Hazelton to see the
iviutiful scenery of lhc Skeena
[River and also to spy out the
agricultural and fruit land that
Bk* lias heard so much about.
Exceeded Expectation
In lhe course of a chat Mr.
iMiller had with a News man this
mi.truing hc talked in a prophetic
pind optimistic vein. "I can easily
this is going to be a great
pity," he said. "I had some idea
|.'f what to expect of Prince Rupen, but I tell you candidly that
lit iu-. exceeded my expectations.
Yesterday Mr. George Collins,
general manager of the company
that is going to operate the cold
storage plant showed me over the
place. That is going lo mean a
great thing for this city."
"Does the Dominion Trust Company intend to o*r-ii a branch
here in the near future?" queried
thc News.
"Not to my knowledge. I think
you are well served here by thc
Continental Trust Company. People do not often realize that a
trust company is a good asset
to a place, that is, if the company
do business as n trust company
should and do not become real
estate agents as so many do. I
am confident from what 1 have
learned thai the local trust company will prove useful to the
dislrict."
The Westward Way
"In my estimation," continued
Mr. Miller, "the suns; sign of
proof that Prince Rupert is bound
to be a big commercial centre is
that for years the trend of commence has been westward. 11 is
quite true that 'Wis.ward ihe
star of Kmpirc wends i.s way."
Wc   have   seen   this   exemplified
during the last few years aloi g ihe
Pacific coast."
Through the courii*T\ of Mr.
M. J. Hobin, general manager
of the Continental Trust Company,
Mr. Miller was shown many interesting things around thc city
before he left for Hazelton.
EDITORS   ARE   COMING
Big Party of British Journalists
May Visit Prince Rupert
(Special lo the Daily News)
Montreal, Aug. 10.���An Important party of Briiish editors,
representing among other journals
the London Chronicle, Westminster Gazette, Til-hits, Aberdeen
Free Press, Sheffield Independent,
Glasgow Herald, Bristol Daily
Bnss, Belfast Telegraph,and Edin-
bitreli Scotsman, arrived in the
ei.y today on a sight-seiing tour
of Carada. They will cross the
prairie provinces to Briiish Columbia and visit all tin Important
places on the coast, in lhe interest
of their papers.
j BASEBALL SCORES
Borrowed a Good Name
Charles   Mcintosh,   a   man  of
mixed breed who Insisted dial he
Wiis "white," was fund S.ri and
costs today by Magistrate McMullin for being drunk ar.d disorderly.
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 0, Spokane I.
Tacoma 8, Victoria 3.
Portland 7, Seattle 5,
American League
Philadelphia 0, Chicago 7.
Detroit 8, New York 3.
Cleveland 8, Boston 5.
Washington fi, Si. Louis 1.
National League
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati 5, Boston .1.
New York Ki, Chicago ii.
Pittsburg 7, Philadelphia G.
Pacific Coast League
San Francisco 2, Los Angeles 1.
Sacramento 4, Vernon 2.
Oakland 8, Portland 1.
Survey Party Leaves
Mr. Pillsbury, civil engineer supervising lhe work on the G. T. P.
drydock left this morning on the
launch Lakanlan with L. Crippen
and party of surveyors on a short
survey trip to Portland Inlet.
FROM UP RIVER
Steamer Inlander Arrives with
Good Passenger List
The Bteamer Inlander arrived
in port yesterday from up river
with the following passengers: Mrs
G, E. Miller, Mrs. Bricldn, Miss
Adams, Mrs. McNaughton, Mr. P.
guillhy, Mr. II. Cues-,, Mr. E.
Bunting, Mrs. Brown, Mr. James
Smith, Mr. A. E. Crossott, Mr. F.
l-'iilitenious, Mr. Alii* Johnson, Captain McPhatter, Mr! A. McPhad-
den, Mr. Colby, Mr. H.N. Rogers,
Mr. R. W. Lee, Mr. S. W. Wolfe,
Mr. Kisenstadt, Mr. Sheady, Mr.
Sheppard, Mr. P. A. Gram, Mr.
II. Goldberg, Mr. Charles Des-
forge, L. 11. Kenney, Mr. L.
Harding, Mr. J. Sharp, Mr. Roy
Darling, Alderman Kerr, Mr. C.
Vansen, Mr. L. A. Holcomb-i Mrs.
Tromblay, Mr. Kerr, Mrs. Bake-
man, J. W. Pakerson, J. B. McCain*, Fred Smith, Mr. Kipp, Mr.
Ilelniers, Mrs. A. E. Noel, Mr. J.
limes, Mr. William Ridley, Mr.
John Harris.
ISIR WILFRID'S
SPEAKING TOUR
I Will Start at "The Home of
Reciprocity" in Norfolk County.
Ottawa, Aug. 10.���The point al
|which Sir Wilfrid Laurier will
"pen his platform campaign on
Tucseiay, August 15, has been
practically decided on. It is the
town of Siincoe, in thc constituency of Norfolk, borelcring on
Lake Erie.
II.mi. John Charlton, the father
"I reciprocity, repnscnled Norfolk
in the Commons for many years,
������''il ilu- likely Liberal candidate
in liis brother, Hon. W. A. Chariton, Formerly Speaker of the On-
���������""  I-esgilature.    Thc   Liberals
consider that with reciprocity as
issue they have good lighting
ground in Norfolk.
After speaking at Three Rivers
on August 17 and Quebec on
August 20 to 2(i in the Montreal
district, from August 27 to September 2 in the Maritime Provinces, from September 3 to September 0 in Ontario and from
September 10 to September 16
in Quebec. The remaining dates
are left open for the present.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Empress Hotel vs. Quill Drivers at the Auditorium Thursday evening, August 10th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.	
It wouldn't pay a merchant to
advertise  goods  unless  il   would
pay the ad-reader to buy them.
ROCK SLIPPED IN SLING
CRUSHING LABORER'S LEG
Sam Rastovich Employed on V. Smith's Contract Near
Seal Cove Hurt This Morning-Conveyed Promptly
to Hospital by Launch and Rig
sliortly after eight a.m. today
While a gang of men engaged on
Mr. Vernor Smith's o nunc, out
*-t Seal Cove wi re slinging a large
roc*-* "ii the derrick, Sam Ras-
tovich failed to leap clear when
������>��� rock began lo slip from its
s'"'g* Hc was knocked down by
Jhc mass and injured about the
CS��.   One of ,he limbs received a
had fracture,
A Quick Job
"he injured man did not lose
consciousness,   and   was   hurried
,y the Atlin Construction Com-
���"-'���'ly's launch "Phippcn" to the
Davis wharf where a rig summoned by telephone awaited him.
He was conveyed as quickly its
possible to the General Hospital
in care of two of his mates, he
WM attended lo l.y Dr. Hggcrt.
His injuries are not expected to be
serious.
This First Mishap
Mr. Vernor Smith in expressing
regret at lhc accident, this morning
remarked that it is the first that
has happened on this pariirular
cut though the cut is a difficult
one in some ways, lo work.
MADE SPLENDID ORCHARD
our of two an lots
Sheriff Shirley and  His  Brother  George  Make a Little Eden on
Taylor St.--Cherry Trees, Strawberries, Peas, Cauliflowers
and a Row of Maples are Planted and Doing Well���
Was Made Out of Raw Muskeg
3NKHT
LOCAL FIRM EXPECT TO
GET GRADING CONTRACT
Grand Trunk Contract For Next Two Hundred Miles
of Road Beyond  Alderemere Will   Be Given
Out During Next Few Days
Like lhc curve of a sickle,
Taylor street is planned to sweep
around from Fulton street to join
Borden street below Summit avenue.    Right in the centre of the
deep curve of the sickli is situated
today one of the prettiest and most
promising gardens you could see
in a day's journey. To those who
arc apt to think that Prii-ce Rupert Lots can produce nothing but
muskeg, moss, and blue-berry
shrubs a look Rt this garden is
well worth while. 11 proves that
Prince Rupert will be in a very
few years, a garden city, as well
as a city of superb scenic prospects, georgcous sunsets, fairy
twilights and unrivalled commercial position amongst the cities
of the wide world.
Sheriff Shirley's Garden
Sheriff John S. Shirley and his
brother George M. Shirley together planned, laid out, and
toiled for the success of this little
Eden in Prince Rupert. The
garden occupies practically the
whole of two lots.     It  measures
therefore about 100x80 feet.   A
small space is taken up by the
Sheriff's rca: little home, and a
little pu.ch is under timothy
and clover sown for experiment
and beyond doubi a hugely suc
cessful one. A stroll round the
garden paths shows the wealth of
the beds. Everything is flourishing splendidly. Here you find a
luxuriant row of green peas in
flower and pod, the twining stems
over five feel ten inches high, the
crop much beyond the average.
A patch of healthy potatoes all in
bloom and ready for the kitchen
is lhe Sheriff's pride. The tubers
are already two and a half inches
in diameter. There arc turnips,
carrots, beets, and parsnips all
fine vegetables equal to anything
on the market today. Lettuce,
cabbage, cauliflower and brussels
sprouts are all growing up fast.
The cabbages are forming fine
firm heads, antl lhe cauliflower
tops are crei.tny white in their
nest of green. There is also a
splendid crop ..( rhubarb.
Orchard and Shade Trees
Numbers of line healthy young
trees attract attention. They arc
fruit tress. The Sheriff bought
forty-eight cherry, apple, and
plum trees from the south. Only
two of them died. Thc others
are growing splendidly. The cherry blossoms were out this summer
though fruit cannot be expected
for a year or so yet. Around
the   garden   Sheriff   Shirley   and
his brother have planted maple
trees. Before very long their
pretty patriotic leaves will be
shading the lawn which ;'t present
under rich culver red and while
three feel high, and timothy over
six feet high is a marvellous
tribute lo the climate of Prince
Rupert.
Fruit and Farm Produce
Beds of strawberries from which
the ripened berries are now bcaing
gathered are laid out by the lawn,
and in ii large frame rear his house,
the  Sheriff  has   tomatoes,  and
cucumbers beginning to bear. Not
a wild is to be seen over lhe whole
garden, yet ii has all been done
in spare time only. Tht earth
wns pri pared from the raw muskeg
by Mr* Shirley and his brother
who have (arming experience, and
have made good as amateur gardeners for many a year up in
Atlin. They know conditions here
thoroughly and have morc than
confidence in ihe climate for successful gardening. This summer
so fiir, contrary to the down below
Stories of Rupert's rains, it was
necessary lo water the garden
regularly every evening. This and
all the other labor bad repaid lhe
gardeners.
M. Sheady, the contractor who
has just secured the contract for
clearing the first fifty miles of
the right-of-way beyond Aider-
mere is in the city today. He
came down river on the Inlander
yesterday. Work has now commenced, he says, on the contract,
and 150 men are engaged io Ci<rry
it on. There will be a bigger gang
yet shortly. Supplies are plentiful, and the contract is expected
to be needed in six months or less.
In Bulkley Valley
The work is in the famous
Bulkley Valley, of course, and goes
through some of the finest country
Mr. Sheady has ever seen. For
the most part the clearing is through spruce and hemlock forest
some of the limber being pretty
heavy. With a large gang of men
the work will, however, be put
through in record time.
Rest  of  Grading
Mr. She uly had nothing to say
in reference to the probable award
of the contracts for ihe remaining
410 miles of grading to be done
io link up the steel from sea to
sea. From reliable information,
however, thc Daily News is able
to predict that the contract for
the next 200 miles of grading
for the Grand Trunk Pacific will
be in the hands of local men well
able to undertake the woork speedily*
SEVENTY LOST
IN A COLLISION
Pantorium Pionrcr Cleaners, 'Phone 4.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Gibraltar, Aug. 10. Rammed
by the British steamer Silver-
ton during a dense fog in the
Straits of Gibraltar today, the
French mail steamer Emir carried down with her 93 of her
passengers and crew.
Immediately after the crash
the Silverton lowered all her
boats, but hampered by the
fog, they were only able to rescue 23 of those on the Emir
which sank within five minutes
after the vessels collided. The
bow of the Silverton was stove
in by the impact and only the
hardest pumping enabled her
to reach this harbor with news
of the disaster. Her forepeak
was full of water and she was
so much down by the head that
she would barely answer her
helm. Nearly all the passengers on the Emir were French.
She had sailed from Gibraltar
early this morning for a Moroccan port.
May with Mail
This afternoon the C. P. R. S.S.
Princess May is due from the
south wiih passengers, cargc. and
mail. She will proceed north lo
Skagway this evening.
SAILORS KILLED
IN EXPLOSION
Steamer Gutenberg Blown
in Two���Passengers Injured.
Rotterdam Aug. 10.���A boiler
on the Rhine Bteamer Gutenberg
exploded today with fatal results.
Six sailors were killed and the
captain and ten passengers were
seriously Injured, Three others
are missing and it is supposed that
they were blown overboard.    The
funnel and portions of the boiler
were hurled against tlu walls
of the building on the mainland.
The bursting boilers split the
vessel in two and it sank almost
Instantly. It is known ihat a
large number of lur passengers
perished.
MUST REVISE
PEACE TREATIES
Senate Committee  Discovers
Some Snags in the Treaties
Which Must be Avoided.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, Aug. 10.���Friends
of ilu* British and Frirch arbitration treaties in ilu* Senate
have reached the conclusion, that
it will be necessary to amend the
conventions in order to get favorable action upon them.
This conclusion is the result of a
discussion by the Senate com-
mittee on foreign relations
To watch The News want ads
is to know your chances for
finding a better job.
LIBERAL MEETING TONIGHT
Delegates Will be Elected to Attend the Nominating Convention.
At the Mclntyre Hall tonight ii
joint meeting will be held of llic
Liberal Association and lhc Young
Liberal Association to select delegates . to attend ihe nominating
Convention at Nanaimo on August  19th,
Great harmony exists in the
Liberal ranks in thc district, all
Classes  being  united   in   supporl
of Duncan Ross for the candidate.
All electors who are prepared to
pledge iheinselves to support the
party nominee will be admit led
to thc meeting tonight.
xsttititotitotisSfitoxtoQixi
THE MAYORS MESSAGE
The following telegram
was  received  by Acting
Mayor Kirkpatrick this
morning    from    Mayor
Manson who is in Victoria   arranging   to   get
Premier  McBride's  signature to the G. T. P.
assessment settlement.
"Negotiations    with
Government   progressing satisfactorily.  Final   conference    next
Monday."   W. Manson
TO ATTEND CONVENTION
The Fates May Lead Mayor
Mnnson to Nanaimo on Wednesday Next.
Tin telegram from the Mayor
this morning to the effect that he
is to confer with ilu* Government
again next Monday on the question of the ('.. T. P. settlement
is taken to Indicate that the Faics
are conspiring to keep the M;>yor
in Victoria at the cily's expense
LOS ANGELES FOLK PRAISE
TRIP TO PRINCE RUPERT
 *.	
Party of Wealthy Americans Who Made the Trip on
the George are Returning Home to Urge Their
Friends to Make the Trip���Scenic
Grandeur Enthralls Them
Victoria, Aug. 10.���According
lo the views of a Los Angeles
tourist party, consisting of R.
P. and Mrs. Sherman, D. W., Mrs.
and Miss Eleanor Wurtsbaugh i' d
Lindsay Glllls, who returned I'm in
Prince Rupert antl Stewart ,1 is
morning on the G. T. P. sti, nvr
Prince  George  the  northern   run
unanimous In their praise of the
service on the G. T. P. boat.
Arrivtl k ���"���  tin' Prince C.iorge
; '  7 ; .in.  .bis morning they arc
ri.iin it g Loday to their southern
home In i* i upon boosting for Vic-
it tii'   is   ���'    summer   resort   and
Urging   friends   to   lake   the   trip
nortii when in search of lioilday
plr.r.s,
to to to to to
to
to $ &
will become a very favorite r.-u'.i
org enough for him to drop in I f��f Los Angeles tourists next yt
to ihe Conservative Convention at      The party, who are all Wealthy I    Aid'. mi;"- C.iorge Kerr returned
Np.naimo on Wednesday next.       (people, enjoyed the opportunities! to   ilu-   city   yeaaterdy   by   the
for holiday-making and  the un-1 Inlander   after   ;>   trip  up   river.
To watch the want  ads is  to (equalled   scenic   beauties   of   the\His namesake the lire warden up
know when to buy lots.
I coast  trip  immensely,  and  were there travelled by the same boat. THE DAILY NEWS
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Thursday, Aug. 10
THE COMOX-ATLIN CANDIDATES
Announcements of the party conventions to select the Liberal
and Conservative candidates for the Comox-Atlin contest have already
been made. Both are timed to take place in Nanaimo next week, the
Conservative Convention on the 10th and the Liberal Convention
on the lOih. Within a few days authoritative statements will be
made indicating who are and who are not the official standard bearers
in the contest.
Not that the contest will be it straight party contest. Much less
than usual will ii be a party light. The issue in the present campaign
is not the conflict of the historic Conservative and Liberal policies,
but the straight issue of whether the reciprocity agreement should
Ik* put into practice or not. In the present case it will be almost
impossible t<> make the contest a straight party fight, because for over
forty years reciprocity hits been one of the thief tenets of Conservative
doctrine in Canada.
Willi the issue being fought out on the question of reciprocity
and not on party lines it is t<. In expected that a large number of
otherwise loyal Conservatives will vote for the reciprocity candidate,
while ii is known that Clifford Sifton. and a number of Liberal;
manufacturers who stand to profit by keeping the taxes on food, will
desert the party and enlist under the banner of those interests who
are putting up large sums oi" money t<�� defeat reciprocity.
With .'. number of tin* plutot*rats from the Liberal ranks joining
hands with Mr. Borden in his fighl to keep the taxes on food, and a
large number of Conservative workingmen and tradesmen naturally
anxious t>> profit by the removal of the taxes from food products, it
will  be almost  impossible to make  the issue a party one.     Indeed
nothing fill flatter than tin* "appeals to patriotism" and flag-waving
episodes which wire indulged in by the anti-reciprocity interests,
during Mr. Borden's lour. Two decades of free education are making
themselvis felt, and the electors of today arc not so easily deceived
as were their fathers and grandfathers. Many large districts are
likely to follow the examples <>f Alberta and Saskatchewan where the
Liberal and Conservative members joined hands in the Legislature
ui express iluir unanimous support to ihe reciprocity agreement.
Who the Conservative Convention will select as the anti-reciprocity
candidate is mu yet certain. Mr. Harry Smith of Stewart, Mr. J.'ines
Bates of Cumberland, and Mr. S. M. Newton of Prince Rupert, are
all declared aspirants for ihe nomination, while rumor says ihat several
others are willing to run if requested.
On the Liberal side, the choice will almost certainly In Mr. Duncan
ROSS.    The names of Judge .Mclnnes and Mr. William Sloan have
been mentioned, but they are nor being seriously entertained. In
the case of Judge Mclnnes, some of his Vancouver admirers are probably
anxious to find a safe seat for him in the hope that he might be Induced
to re-enter public life. In the case of Mr. Sloan, lie has been out of I
touch wiih the constituency for a long time, and meanwhile a new
general ion has grown up which "knew not Joseph." Mr. Sloan i-
in Greal  Britain at present, and nol likely Io return until after the
campaign is all sen led.
In ihe case of Mr. Duncan Ross however, he is well known in
the constituency, has business interests lure, is an extensive employer
of labor, and personally very popular. His past services in the House
.'- member for Yale Cariboo make him additionally desirable as being
an experienced Parliamentarian iii ihe prime of life. His interest in I
the reciprocity question���which is ihe reel isstu in the present campaign
hits been abundantly shown by his masterly addresses at Victoria
and Prince Rupert at a time when a general election and a vacancy,
in Comox-Atlin wire not thought of.
It may be assumed thai both conventions arc being hi Id al
Nanaimo owing ;.. the coaling port Ik ing a good rallying point for
delegates from all parts of this straggling district and that the candidates who secure nomination will be representative of the general
opinion of the electors of Comox-Atlin.
ALL PROMISED
CABINET JOBS
Politicians Laughing Over the
Large Number of Conservative Cabinet Prospects in the
Running.
Ottawa,  .'vug.  9.���Liberals arc
enjoying a hearty laugh over the
si/e of the cabinet-to-be should
R. !., Borden carry thc country.
At least thirty men are claiming
that they have been promised
ii seat on the treasury benches,
and iis it is a repetition of die vote-
catching methods of the 1908
campaign the politicians are smiling out loud. In addition to Hon.
Robert Rogers, for the West, R. B.
Bennett of Calgary, Premier McBride of British Columbia, Dr.
Roche of Marquette, R. S. Lake
of Saskatchewan, arc all to be
dangled iis cabinet men. It would
certainly be a case of more officers
than privates. Thc East has also
ii plethora of cabinet men, all
announcing themselves as having
been assured of a portfolio.
STATION GANG DISPUTE
Judge Lampman Considering
Action Affecting S. P. Mc-
Mordie and Some Slavonians.
Judge Lampman was this morning engaged in the hearing of an
action by a number of Slavonians
of a suit ion gang against S. P.
McMordie. the dispute being over
;i claim for station work. Ai noon
today the case was still proceeding
evidence being taken through an
Interpreter. For Mr. McMordie
I.. W. Patmore appeared, and
City Solicitor Kred Peters had
charge of the c.isc for the Slavonians who were represented by
A. o. Morse, secretary of the P. R.
I. A.
Bank Inspector Here
Mr. C. .\. Crosby, sujK-rvisor
of all branches of the Royal
Bank in British Columbia, is here
today on business bent. He arrived on the S.S. Prince Ru|H-rt.
Last Night's Lightning
Lighining flashed brilliantly in
Prince Ru|K-rt last night. All the
audience in lhe Empress Theatre
witnessed the display and lots
of people remarked on the ccel-
trical effects. The Parkin, Ward
firm who wired the theatre, had
charge of the juice last night.
Long Trance Broken
After sleeping almost continuously for 105 days, Miss Hazel
Schmidt, the 18 year old girl whose
strange case has puzzled physicians for weeks, was awake for
five hours and ate three meals.
Sin siid she fell no ill effects from
her slumber. .Attending physicians
say the girl's trance is broken,
and ihat she soon will Ik.- herself
again.
RAISED FUND FOR
STATUE OF GOLD
French Canadian and French
American Association in New
York Want to Commemorate
Sainte Anne.
(Canadian Frcss Despatch)
New York, Aug. 10.���Tin- Sainte
Anne Gold Statue Association lm**
been incorporated in Albany for ihe
purpose of raising a popular fund
by popular subscription among 'la'
French-Canadiansand French-Am-
ericans in order to build a Btatue
of Sainte Anne. The statue will be
of 14-karal solid gold, will be
about eight feet high and will be
placed on a pedestal of Italian
marble, five feet high, at *lu'
famous shrine of Saiiu Ann. de
Beaupre, near Quebec, Canada.
The estimated cost of the Statue
will be from $275,0011 to 13,000,000.
It is the intention of tin- organisers
of thc association to have the
statue blessed by ihe Pope, and
have it exhibited for one month
at each of the churches of the
United Stales having contributed
to the fund, before having it
filially placed in the Canadian
shrine.
PROMINENT   MAN
Mr.   Ramsay  of  Vancouver  a
Visitor Here Today
On a holiday visit to this city
Mr. Jiinies Ramsay, director of
the Dominion Trust Company,
president ..f Ramsay's Biscuit Man
ufaciuriug Company, and alderman in Vancouver city council,
arrival here yesterday by the
S.S. Prince Rti|x.rt. Today he is
lieing shown what progress the
city has made, what ii will make
Immediately and other ihings by
his  old   time  friend,   Mr.   F.  G.
Dawson.
Mr. R-.ims.y is lure wiih his
wife and both express themselves
as well pleased With Prince Rti|Hrt.
When a store bargain is interesting enough to advertise, it's
quite likely to bcinicrcstingenough
to Investigate.
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
HERE ARE TIIKEE OF OCR SPECIAL LINES-
BlldWelSer Beer, Wc are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to he 12 years in the wood liefore being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
Phot*   No.
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SYNOD DISCUSSES
VARIED QUESTIONS
Various Matter of Interest to
Church and Diocese under
Discussion During the Session.
SUPPOSED SPY
Uncle Sam's Suspicions are
Aroused
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, Aug. 9.���Befuri
taking any action the War Department will await the full report
from Captain James Watson. C.
S. A. recruiting officer at Indianapolis, in regard lo the charges that Private George Peters i-
thc secret agent of Austria engaged
as a spy to dsicover the explosive
manufactured by Uncle Sam's soldiers.
Fruit Conserve
One pint of rhubarb cm in small
pieces, one pint red raspberries-,
one pint red currants, one p< und
seedless raisii s (sultana), one pound English walnuts ilmp-xil. and
four p.*iii..! ��� sugar. Boil all together until thick, thin ..Id the
grated rind and juice of two
oranges and two lemons, remove
from the fire anel pour into jelly
glasses.
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SPECIAL
OFFER
(Specially Contributed)
Yesterday the Synod held
iis Corporate Communion Service
in Si. Andrew's Church Hall.
The iiddress was given by the Rev.
Canon Keen.
Some of the matters tO be deall
with by the Synod, which were
in the Bishop's Charge, delivered
yesterday, i-re The Provincial Theological College, The Provincial
Synod, The Ridley House at Mcl-
lak.iil;., The Future of Indian
Work in the Diocses, etc. The
Synod appointed B committer io
deal with tin- Charge.
Before going Into Committee
yesterday the Synod elected the
Rev. R. W. Curd as Hon. Director
of tin* Synod and the Rev. Canon
Keen as Hon. Secretary Treasurer
01 the Diocese.
The annual meeting Ol lhe Diocesan Woman's Auxiliary will be
held ihis :.|,,t, .,.,,, i��� j-^e
Church Hall at 3 o'clock.
NATURAL GAS
NEXT SUMMER
City of Calgary Expects to Have
40 to 50 Million Cubic Feet
Daily.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Calgary, Aug. 10.���If thc plans
of Manager Dingman of the Calgary Naiirual Gas comp.-ny materialize Citlg.ity will not fear a
coal famine nixt year evin if the
strike coniinius.
By lhc middle of rixt summer
Mr.  Diiiginan hopes that n   188
mile long pi|K' will have connected
Bow Island with Calgary, i't-d thai
from tf ,000,000 to 40.(MM),(HH)ntbic
feet of g..s will Ik* |K)iiring inio the
dty daily to heal houses, cook
food, light streets, at (I set ve in.inu-
faclorii s.
The pi|n* is In irg rushed with
all possible s|hc<I to ihe city
following plans laid by the roin-
pany in lhe beginning of the year,
nnd work has progressed so salis-
f.'iioiily, that Mr. Dingman is
Sbu tO make lhe announcement
that the gas should In* into \\l(.
city by thp middle of next summer.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skwiiu Land District���District ol Const Ranto V
Tuko notico that I, CiiHimo Klmo ol Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., former, Intend to apply
lor permission to purcJiaao tho lollowlng deacribed
lonimencltiL' at a poat planted, at tho aouth-
weat corner iii l..u 8287, thenc. east 80 chains,
thenco south 40 chaina, thenc. woat 40 chaina
tlience south 40 chaina, thonco weat 40 chains,
thonce north 80 chaina to point ol commencement
containing 480 acrea more or lesa.
DatS July IS, 1011 OEORGE KIME
Pub. July 25. Frod E. Cowoll, Agent
Skoena I-antl District���Diatrict ol Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Peter Uraen ol Towner.
North Dakota, U. S. A., larmer, Intend to apply
for tiermiitslon to purchaao tho following deacrlbad
landa: .
Commencing at a post planted at the aouth-
ruat corner of Lot 1720, thence south 80 chains,
thenco neat 40 chaina,  thence north 80 chaina,
il,, nc i-aat 40 chatna lo point of commencement.
Haled July 16, mil. i'ETEll LAHSEN
Pub July 1\ lllll. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeuna Ijitul DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Coaat Range V
Take notico that  I, John  Evenaon of  Prince
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply for parmiaaion
lo purchaae th. following described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the southeast corner of Lot 4416, tbenee north 80 chains'
thenc. east HO chaina,  thenee aouth 80 chaina,
thenc. west 60 chaina to point ot commencement.
Dated July 1.1. 1011. JOHN EVENSON
rub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Sleona Und District���District ol Cout Range V
Tako notice tbat I. Peter Kricka.ui of Prince
Rupert. laborer, Intend to apply lor parmiaaion
to purcnaae the lollowing deacribed lands:
Commanclng at a poat planted on the north
bank of W'Uliama Creek where the railway right-
of-way croas*. and 3 chaina back from lh. creek
bank, thence aouth 80 chaina, thanca Mat 40
chains, thence north 30 chains, thence west 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell. Ag.nl
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol Cout Range V
Tako notice that I, Benjamin A. Fiah of Towner,
N.   D.,   occupation   merchant,   Intend  to   apply
lor permission to purchaa. the following deecribed
Commencing at a poat planted on the **al
boundary and about five cnaina from the aouth-
east corner of Lot 4484, thence north 00 chains,
thenoe eaat 30 chaina, lhanc aouth 60 chains,
Ihence weat 30 chaina to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, mil. 1IENJAMIN A. FISH
I'ub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
Skeana Land District���District of Cout Range V
Take nolle, that I. Adotph H. Chrlstianaon of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation altorney-
al-law, Intend to apply tor permlasion to purchaae
the following deaerlMd landa:
Commencing at a post planted about ono and
one-half milea (1 1-2) northeaat of the hud ot
Trout River on tbe weal aide of Lakelse Lake,
and about 6 chaina from the lake-front, thence
aoulh 80 ehaina, th.nc. wut 80 chaina, thence
north 80 chains, tbence Mat 80 chaina to point
of eommencement.
ADOLPH 11. CHRISTIANSON
Daled June 30, mil. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Skuna Land District���Dislrict of Coaat Range V
Tak.  notice  that   I,   Paul   Helen   of   Princ.
Rupert, laborer.  Intend lo apply for permiaaion
lo purchaae the following described landa:
Commencing at a po��t planted on th. north
bank ol Willlama Creek about 60 chaina aouth-
aaat from K. II.. thane, aouth 40 chaina, thence
Mat 40 chains, th��nM north 40 chaina. thence
weat 40 ehaina to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1(1 f. PAt'L IIACEN
Pub. July (5. Fred E. c.mell. Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coul Rang. 6
Tak. nolle, that Stanley l.recn of Princ.
Rupert, 11. C, occupallon miner, intends to apply
for permiaalon lo purchase tbe following doscribod
land:
Commencing al ��� poat planted 40 chaina aouth
and 40 chains wut ol lne northwut corner ol
Lot 1733, Lakelu Valley, Diatrict of Cout Range
6, thenc. wul 40 ehalna. thenc. soulh 80 chaina,
thenc. Mat 40 chaina, th.nc. north bO chaina to
point of commencement.
Staked June 30lh, lull STANLEY C.REEN
Pub. July IS. Locator
Skeena Land District-Diatrict of Caular
Tak. nolle* that I. Thomu Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupatiun carpenter, intend tn apply
for oermlulon to purchaa. the following deacrlb-
��.l land.
Commencing at a post planled about one mile
south from the mouth of Falls creek and about
Us. feet back from the beach, thenc* Ml chaina
north, thence 40 chaina weat, thence 1*0 chains
aoulh. thence east 40 chains to point of commencement, containing J.*-' acre* more or lea*.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th. 1911.    Charln Webster Calhoun.
Hub. Aug. 6th. Ami.
Skeena Land Diatrict
Diatrict of Coast, Range 5.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permiaaion to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two milea up atrcam in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river and the main
Zimo got-iu river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east comer,
thence north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chslns more or
less to shore line of river, thence eaat
40 chains morc or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
Geo. R. Putman, agent
Dated July 17, 1911.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd,
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Executor and Administrator Receixrer or Assignee Fain, Land, and Mi,
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Wc will b. pleased to answer any inquiries regarding Investments in Prlnea Ron. ���
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Carrying the most complete stock of ECCLESIASTICAL (IO0DS
to be found in the west, we are in a position to furnish any
church in the province with it's needs. A glance at the illnstra-
lions on page 116 of our 1911 catalogue will furnish till tin* Information required in sending us an order for this line of good.s. Any
hurch requiring altar furnishings, hymn boards or communion
services can secure real values and quality from ouj well chosen
stock.   Write for catalogue.
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INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
Notice.
In thc County Court of Atlin, holden at
Prince Rupert.
In the matter of thu Official Administrator's Act, and in tha matter of
the estate of John Flanagan, deceased, inteatste.
Take nolice that by thc order of his
Honor, Judge  Young, made  the 28th
day of July. A.I)., 1911, 1 was appointed administrator of thc estate of thc
John Flanagan deceased, and all parties
having claims  against the said estate
are  hereby required to forward same
properly  verified to me on or before
the 20th day of August, A.D., 1911,
and  all  parties  indebted  to  the  said
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated this 28th day of July, A.D.,
1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Between John Young Rochnter, plalnttfT
and
Tom O. Sutton, defendant.
BefiTe his Honor Judge Young in chambers.
Fridar the ,'-th day of July. 1911.
Upon thc application of the plaintiff, upon hearing read the affidavit of Charles Vincent Bennett.
filed, and upon hearing what wu alleged by C. V.
Bennett, counul for Uie plaintiff.
1. It le ordered that frerrlceupnnthedefendanl
of lh* writ of summons and statement of claim In !
this action by  |,'it.ll*bln.-  this order,   together
with the notice hereon endorsed, once a week for f
four weeks, preceding the I al day of September,
tilt. In the "Dally News." a newspaper publish- !
ed at Prince Rupert. II C be deemed good and I
sufficient *ervlee of ulil writ and statement of i
claim.
2. And It Is further ordered that the said de-
fondant do enter an appearance lo Ibe said writ ;
of summon, and file his statement of defence in
the office of Ihis Curl at Prince Rupert, B.C., on I
* 1-pfore the Ifith day of Hepeember, 1911.
t.   And it Is further ordered lhat Ihe coats of
this applloation la" ro��.a in Ihe cause.
V, McB. YOUNO. L.J.&C.
NOriCE.
Thia a,���lien ia brought to recover 11922.SO, the
amount due on a promissory note 'made by the
def-ndsnt. ilao-,1 2mh December, 190*. lo the or- I
der of lh* plaintiff, payable 24 monlhs after date
with Interest ��t f. M, mt. p*r ,���nnm.
fnelpaJ         HS7S.00
,n""����  147.80
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AVE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The business man who seeks cheapness as the First consideration in buying his printing, never really pays much attention to
other elements in thc transaction-except, perhaps, the mstttrof
getting it done Quickly.
The money SAVED by buying CHEAP printing is money on
which you have paid an absolutely ruinous premium!
It will make you poor if you persist in saving enough of it!
FOB   HIGH CLA8S PRINTING OF ALL KINDS 8EE THE "NEWS JOB"
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When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
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Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.     Rates $1.00 to $2.50 per .lay.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
To i.l
119.
Skeena Und Aflat/let --District ol yuoen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Dm. II. Laui ol Princ. lluperl,
It. C., ooeup.tion  barber, intenda to apply  lor
Cirmiaalon  to  purchaae  the  following   aMcrlbed
nda:
Commencing at a poat planted about a.ven
mile, weat and one mile south from the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thence aouth SO
chaina, thenee weet 40 chains, Ihence north 80
ehalna, Ihence east 40 chains.
Daied March 17, 1911. OKI.. II. LAUX
Pub. April 22. Numa Damsra, Agenl
Skeana Und Diatrict���District of Caaalar
Taka notioa that  I,  Mary Carln ol SUwart,
B. C, occupation married woman. Intend to apply
lor permiaalon to purchaaa the lollowlng deacrlbwl
land:
Commencing at a poet plsnted two (2) mil*,
���outh and (21 two mllea weat of the lorka of th.
White and Flat rivers, thenc. SO chaina north,
th.ni*. 90 ehalna w-Mt, tbenee B0 cbaina aouth'
thence wo chains eaat.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May II. Franela 8. Pre-rton. Agent
LAND PURCHASE N"'r* .1-
Coaat Ran,* 6 Land ��Ug��    ���, Kit-
Tag, nolle, ttat l.looo   ���''���",",��� Uf*
eumkelum,   occupation  bBnfi IgJS Ammml
tor permiaalon to purehaae the loin."
lands: ,. ., .*>* NQIS
Commencini at a port t*#*WEm *��
corner of Lot 898.1. thene. MM " �� ,h*n��
aouth 40 chaina, thence west **'' w| ���
north 40 chaina to place C commen-pm rBh0
Dal.d March 18, 1911. ���,0"'
Pub April 16.
Skaana Und W<*d2^tflS��2i
Tak. notioa that I, TtOgM "gfy, jjfl
Suwart, B. C, ����<.P��"l'n,r'in,'i'i,.inl 'I"**1'1*
for perm Won lo purehaae tba ion"
nc.ii.iitM .t. po- p-af��j��*cS
bank of the Naaa river about lou -mXm f���*
forks of the Naaa river, thence so"' ��� chaina.
thenc. wert 80 ch.ina, theneeJ"'���mnr*<f"1-
thenc. e.rt 80 ch.ina to point �� "
containing S&MTM^Wffi^JUACMffify
DaUd Manh 16, 1911. Sidney Frank
Pub. May IT.
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(NOTARY PUBLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED  AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
and - Stewart
Prince Rupert
Gasoline Launches, ��dwc.Ba��.��
For Hire by Hour or Day
-BOATS BUILT AND REPAIRSD-
II. Johmlon        Cow deck P.O. hi 187
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For Sale
Lot
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i nnd 4
7 and 8
Block
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14
36
Section
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S
7
Price
$325.00
650.00
2.000
Come in and sec our list of buya in
other parts of the city
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to subjects of special iuh-u'est to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Coay Corner" will All a social need.
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KitflumkHliim Land For Sale
SITSUMKALUH ��� B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prince  Rupert Lodg.. Na 318. 8ons of
England. m>ela the first and third Tueed.ye   In
each month In Ihe Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sm..
P. O. Box 812. I'rince Rupart
ERNEST A. WOODS. PrcKlent, Boi tt
For young girls, the niw blouses
arc pretty and picturesque, bill
when worn by a woman out of
her teens it becomes a caricature.
They arc much' likcil for seashore
wear, and arc made mosi from
soft materials, such as voile, marquisette or silk cashmere. Band
trimmings of plain silk should
match the tic.
Windsor Hotel
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Stem Healed Rooma
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
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RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P0. BOX 37
SAVOY HOTEL
Vis-rr   an.)    Fifth   St.
Thi* mily hotel In town
with hot and coM wat*
< i In roomt. Bvat fur-
nlihed houa* north of
Vancouver. Roomt MVc
up. Phont 37. P.O.
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Prudhomme -ft Fither      Proprietor*
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. Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
2 Graniteware       Tinware         *>
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Lined for Malta or Rugs
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BESNER A BESNER.  Proprietors
Tha New Knoa IM*I is run on the Europeen
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Improvements. ���*-'��� "EOT *�� UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
AN IMMENSE FLOWER
The Idea is to Use It for Trimming the Latest Matinee Hat
ming Latest Matinee Hats
Thc largest of all the flowers
of the world is said to be tlu*
RafTlesia, a native of Sumatra, so
called after Sir Stamford Raffles.
This immense flower is composed
of five round petals of a brick
color, each measuring a foot across.
These arc covered with numerous
irregular yellow ish-whiu* swelling*
The petal* surround a cup nearly
a foot wide, the margin of which
bears the stamens. The cup of
lhc Rafflesia is filled wiih a fleshy
disk, lhc upper surf.-rc of which
is covered with projections like
mini; urc cow's horns. The cup,
when free from its contents, will
hold aliout twelve pints. The
flower weighs aliout fifteen pounds
and is very thick, thc petals lieing
three-quarters of an inch.���The
Scientific World.
Improves Flavor
When the steak is brought from
thc market, remove il immediately
from the paper in which it is
wrapped. Many an inex|x-ricnccd
housekeeper has spoiled a fine
steak by leaving ii in the Wtapper
until it tastes of thc wrapper.
Saves Your Hands
Before blacking a stove, rub
soap on the hands, as if washing
them, letting the soap dry in
When washing the hands after
the work is done, the blacking and
the sioap come off together easily
leaving no stain on the hands.
Not every id interests every
person���but every ad interests
some of thc people, and sometimes one ad may take an almost
universal appeal.
HAIR CARE
Too Much Sunshine Even May
Do Harm
Girls go about a great deal
bareheaded, and ihis is all right
if not overdone; the head should
not be exposed to the hot sun in
the middle of the day. If it is
too much trouble to carry a parasol, which allows thehiarto play
about the head but keeps the sun
off, a light shade hat should be
worn. Too much direct sunshine
dries out the scalp, makes fair
hair straw-colored and dark hair
streaked and rusty looking.
One of thc greatest summer
menaces lo thc well-being of the
hair is dust, thc more so now that
automobiles rush along all thc
roads, leaving in their wake clouds
of dust flavored with oils, carts
and carriages contributing their
share. One can form an idea of
how much dust can accumulate in
the hair in one dry summer day
by observing the condition of the
hairbrush used iit night. Take a
perfectly clean brush, and after a
dozen strokes notice the tint of
the bristles. Wipe them on a
clean piece of soft cotton or
cheesecloth three or four times
during the brushing operations;
this helps get thc dust out of the
hair and is proof, if any were
needed that then is much dust
to be taken out. If allowed to
remain in, it clogs at the roots
of the hair, and it is no wonder
that women who motor, drive, or
walk along the roadsides in summer complain afterwards thai their
hair is falling out.
VV. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenae und Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDIIORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
Needle Note
Keep a small piece of whetstone
in the machine drawer for sharpening needles when they become
blunted. Ii is a great scheme and
saves lois of needles.
Jelly  Canning  Tip
Use a gravy boat iu canning
and jelly-making. The neck is
just wide anel shallow enough to
fit well into all sizes of jars and
glasses, and the long handle makes
it possible to dip into boiling fruit
ard rot burn one's fingers.
It wouldn't pay a merchant to
advertise goods unless it would
pay the ad-rcader to buy them.
GO JOURNEYING
= EAST=
Round     Trip    Excursion
Tickets   on   Sale   during
August
At Reduced Rates
Good for stop-overs on the
ORIENTAL LIMITED
Through to Chicago without
change. ��� The Finest Train.���
Through a glorioua couhtry.���
Meals antl appointments unsurpassed.
Rogers Steamship
Agency
Second Avenue, Head Centre St.
Tel. 116.
ALFRED CARSS,        C V. BENNETT, B.A.
ol British Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Sas-
and Manitoba Bars, katchewan and Al
berta Bar*.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office���Exchange block, comer Third avenu. and
Sixth street. Prince Rupert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local anasthetice administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
HelKcrson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Minis,m ii.a..     W.E.Wllliiitns.il.A..!-....��
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
I'tll'tl. OF WM. rOXON, ESQ.. A.II.A.M.."| ON . KM1
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE AGENCY
COLLI 'THINS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone 318.
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS &   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Stt
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft EMBAI.MER
BTOCK conrLBTK MOMS 6S
������-~���-
New Goods  for
your Toilet Table
Some of the leading
wholesale druggists
have just sent us some
new perfumes, preparations and toilet
necessities    :   :   :   :
Wc carry only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department is a specialty
C. H. Orme
"THB PIONEER DRUOOIST"
Second Ave.        Phone No. 82
T
ITEMS  OF
T
,SPORT|
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
*.*-*..*afc.,^l.a>Ji.aa) ,-p***.,
Walter Johnson, the "comeback" hold-out is still earning that
$7,500 ii yea,r, ard the Browns
arc willing to admit it. He id-
lowed bui five hits, of which La-
pone, the Yankee cast-off gol
three.
to   xjf   to
Jack Dillon, Indianapolis middleweight, has declined the offer
of Hugh Mcintosh to go to Australia for the next year. He was
guaranteed $2,500 and SO per
cent of thc receipts from his fights
during the year. He posted a
forfi it to make good his end of ihe
contest..
to   to  tt
There tire many people who do
not play baseball but who are
willing to admit they are the best
in their lines, who are willing to
sell their services and throw their
souls in for 122,600. .Any bidders?
Yet that eminent Bavarian party.
O'Toole, brought that sum to
make opposing batteries walk the
plank for the Pirates.
to   to   to
President Ben B. Johnson of
the American league, and five
owners of major league dubs, have
expressed their opposition lo any
change at this time in Baltimore's
���ascball status, and this cily will
remain on the Eastern League
for iii least another year, regardless
of the outcome of Edward Han-
on's negotiations for the purchase
���f the Boston National League
Club.
to x$i to
By winning five games mil of
six, the Sappcrton lacrosse team
have won the intermediate championship of New Westminsur, thus
winning the handsome cup donated
by Mr. Thomas Freeman. Over
$:I00 of the $400 required to send
the Sapperton Juvenile Lacrossi
team on a lour of the interior has
been promised and the bi'lance i-
expeclcd in a few days, when
preparations for the trip will be
concluded.
a 0 a
If ihe scheme Hugh D. Mcintosh has in view works out tin
way the promoter expects, Australia will be lhc scene of all llic
heavyweight fights next summer,
which, by the way, will Ik* next
winter in these latiiudes. Mcintosh has his lines out for every
heavyweight that is supposed to
be worth his salt, cither as a
fighter or as an attraction. Tlu
lure Mcintosh is using is dial he
wishes to arrange an elimination
tourney for the purpose of developing an opponent for Jack
Johnson. Needless to say, he
intimates that Johnson will be
on hand to risk his title with the
survivor of the tourney. Australia is ri[H- for a big slugfest of
the kind described. Times are
good out yonder and money is
plentiful. Boxing, which is always
a staple sport there, is more pop*
liar than ever it present.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
TBW
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  nnd   Sundays
^iitSn.m.     Special   fare   nn   Sunday
'boat.   |9.60  return  Including  meals
and berth.
as. Prince Albert sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, Masset, Nudeti
Harlior, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and for!
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prime Rupert Weil
nesdays and .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 freijuent and convenient Bervioe of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Boston, New York and Phila-
Atlantic Steamship bookings
via all lines. Full informa-
ticketa   obtained   from   the
Portland,
delphia.
arranged
tion and
office nt
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
^^gt^m. B.C. Coast Service
HI       if  Famous  Princess  List
Hi
*���*���*���**    S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, August   14th, 9 a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S.  INLANDER
... FOR ��� ��� ���
HAZELTON
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
I w. j. McCutcheon ;
l   Carries colnpMv ttock of Dm**.   Special ,,
i ,      attention t>at I to Ailing prr-acripthmt. , ,
.! Theatre Block i'honk no. t�� Second Ave. *
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
LINDSAY'S ISSSSSf
ta. T. P. Transfer Agrnla
Order* pramptlr flllad.   I'rice* raaannabla.
OFFICE- II. B. Roeh***t.r. Centre Si    Phon. ea.
KKKUKKatltlUUtnKU
CHAMPION OAR
MAKES GOOD
Richard Arnst of New Zealand
Defeated   Pearce
Sydney, New South Wales, Aug.
10.���Richard Arnst of New Z.vl-
and, the world's champion, hits
defeated Harry Pearce, champion
of Australia! in a rate on the
I'arramatta River, for the world's
sculling championship.   The time
l!) minutes snd 46 seconds, is .->
record   for lhc course.     The distance was 3 mill s and 880 yards
75 x 100 ft. FOR
on 1 tili-d Avenue and Ninth Street.
Ask
(ttrl.
Jarry
Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited
���mm
MKMHHHtemKUin-raKKHM
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in thc Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members   of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. ('A UK. N. G.
II. H. MORTON, Sec.
%Y*mtm\mm^
INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
i
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your  Properties with  Jeremiah H. Kugler
tixf-xix>tx* xxxttxtum
Special  Bargains in
ki  .1 .in bands   Francois Lake I,amis   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
tt: iii
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C. THE   DAILY NEWS
ON INSPECTION
TRIP UP LINE
Gen. Supt. Mehan with Right-
of-Way Agents and Party
Left on Special This A.M.
Return Tonight.
A Bpecial train pulled out early
ibis morning with Genera] Superintendent Mehan and party
on an Inspection trip up line,
Mr. Mehan \va~- accompanied
by G. II. l'ope, right-of-way agent,
ami hi>assistant. VY. II. Dempster,
al*... Messrs. Oglivieand Lamonde.
Mr. ('.. McNichol also went out
with the party which will return
with the special train tonight.
BRIGHTER   CITY   HALL
Miss Unwin Stenographer there
Triumphantly Rears Nasturtiums.
This morning  the  City  Hall
in ilu- little corner reserved lor
Mi*-> Unwin the stenographer���is
brightened l.y a window show of
radiant nasturtiums.   Tin* pretty
blooms win* reared by Miss Unwin j
herself and survived quite n ln��i!
of vicissitudes.    R.tt^ nibbled the)
seedlings���frost nipped them, --mall
boys meddled with them but Miss
Unwin nobly defended them ar.d is
today rewarded by their refreshing
display of color.   Two varieties,
dwarf and climbing nasturtiums,
arc growing together in  the window.
NEW INDUSTRY
FOR THE CITY
Austin Brown Starting a Harness and Saddlery Manufactory on Second Avenue.
A new and important business���
that of manufacturing harness and
saddlery��� is to be started in the
city this week by Mr. Austin
Brown, who i> an experienced
harness maker by trade. In hi-*
workshop on Second avenue between Tenth and Eleventh streets
a complete outfit of harness making
machinery is being installed, enabling him to till all kinds of
special orders. He will have ;i
complete stock of finished goods
and will do all niiiiiner of repairs.
There is a good field here in the
city io supply the needs of team
owners and a still bigger field
in manufacturing harness and sad-
dles for the up-river country. Mr.
Brown should be able to build
up ii good business here ai his
trade.
1
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"The News" Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
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Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate GlasB
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-House* and Renuls.
Lost and Found
Lost-A  Ladles' Cold Watch.    Il.viiii.l 0�� returning to News Office. H-1MI
L.**.i .ana*..***.,.��,inn a an  .���"    T
For Rent
.*a.i*an*aiiaii��.. *l-a��a*la****-s��***se%as****al#
Furnished rooma with bath,
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Special rates t>>*
lli-lf
a a a a to & to & & & & &*���.*.���*
AT THE THEARTE
a
. *.-'&(*)&$ -$$&aa6$
, Good Ship Nancy Lee   Had a
Cargo of Fun  Last Night
NOTEWORTHY CLERICS
Attending Synod of Caledonia
This Week
The following clergy are attending the Synod of the AnglicanITheatre last night and during the
Church now in session in Prince two hours an half she was tied
Kupert: Yen. Archdeacon Col- up there, the captain and cr.w,
lison, Rev. Canon Keen, W.Hogan, who were the Cleveland Musical
R. W. Curd, T. J. Marsh, A. E.|Comedy Company un
"The Good Ship Nancy Lie,"
loaded to the gunwales with laughs
and fun sailed into the Empress
Cetriana's Indian Crowd
The S.S. Cetriana came in last
niglu with a full cargo of general
freight for I'rince Rupert and way
points.  Tin Cetriana leaves today
via lhe west coasl to pick up a
party of 460 Indians at Rivers
Inlet Cannery and take them l.i
their own domain.
Price, T. C. Dcs Barres and W. J.
James.
Letters of regret at lieing absent
were received from Revs. J* B.
McCullagh, T. P. Thornian, F. L.
SteplieiiM.ii. F. Sweat man, and
T. Field.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Clements
have returned t<> thc city afu-r a
two months' trip up river.
NOT ICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
is fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
please  endeavor to be
All delegates  throughout the  constituency wi
present
BUSINESS -
���Selection of a candidate to contest  seat  in Dominion Par
liament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)       h. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
Notice to Liberals
A general meeting of the Liberals of Prince Rupert
will he held in the
McINTYRE HALL, 3rd AVENUE
on thc evening of
THURSDAY, AUG. 10th
at H o'clock, for the purpose of electing delegates to a Convention to
be held at Nanaimo on Saturday, Aug. Hlth
ulcd their
cargo to the delight of il crowd of
people who were there to welcome
her.
There were lots of infectiously
tuneful songs and churuses and
lyrics that were regular care scare-
rs. Jack Wcsterman as Adolph
Guggenheimer and Harry Cleveland as Donley were on deck most
of the time unloading the bales
of hilarity. Captain Andrews
(Elton Ralston) came down from
the bridge several times and --.nig
some excellent M.ngs and Mate
Collins (Frank Snyder, who has
become a favorite here, sang iwo
songs in a way that brought demands for encore*-.
That sweet voiced songstress,
Mi*-*. Drena Mack, was encored
ivery time she sang and Mi-*��
Gerrish was similarly complimented. The number that pleased
most was "Whistle It," by Cleveland, Wcsterman and Ralston. It
��.i*- immense.
"The Good Ship Nancy Lcc"
was one of thc most delightful
of the musical comedies the company has put on.
Tonight "The Rajah" will be
given.
Neatly Furnished rooms, mtiinN plttoritd." ���
Apply Mra. Mullin, over M.i.���������-:.���* Tht'utn*.     tf '
Lanr* well furnished room, private* family. '
Splendid view of harbor. iientlriiu'ii only.j
Apply P.O. Box 1519. 164-t*
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, ontertainments. i
dances, etc.   Apply J. H. Rof-a* phOM U&
Nice Furnished Rooms, Mrs. QrtWWOOdi Alder '
Block; Third Ave. LlM
New Ave room house, cor. 4th Av��->. and BowtV
street.   $2A a month.   Phone |W P.O. box S&2.
ltftMf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
c
Help Wanted
1
ti s
it j *j i �� 4 i i  S 6 *S
SHIPPING REPORTS     a
Wanted-Good sited boy to h*l
II)
n kitchen and
made himaelf generally uaeful. Apply James
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner of sth Street. If
Scotch Woman wanta work, housocleanlnir. wash-.
mn or fancy Ironln***.    Work taken home if
desired.    Apply Apartment Hon*.. 1st Ave.
and McBride ITMSI
v  *.   to
totitoxitxsititoxi
Wanted-Man lo operate Soda Fountain.
Orme-* Druir Store, Second Ave.
Apply
ITr-tf
Wireless Stations in Touch with
a Lot of Vessels
For Sale
Caiklns Rant* and Kitchen Furnltur*.
Cor. 8th and Cotton Streets.
Apply
1-   it
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house, household food*. Near Prince Rupert. A anap If
taken at once.   Addraae Box M8. tt
For Sale-Owner will avail four rood lots Nos. 23.
24. 2t and 26. Block 27. Section 5. Taylor street,
ait* 41 x 25 > 1' ���'. at 170  each, on raaaonablo
terms.   Apply Boa W��. I'.O.. I'rince Rupart.
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��� Insurance j 	
+ i| SYNOI
The weather is reported foggy
it Triangle and overcast at Estevan
11 Estevan reports speaking the
1 following vessels: steamer Sum-
eric, 150 miles from Cape Flattery
at 8 p.m. westbound; Mexico
Maru at 2 p.m.
Triangle spoke Princess May off
Pine Island at 8 p.m. last night,
and  steamer  Monteagle at   midnight.
Cape Lazo spoke the Bteamer
.m.
SYNOD   NEWS
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlement*.   We writ* every known clasi
Insurance. The Mack Reatiy and Insurance
'"'do! Furlough Granted to Rev. A. E.
t
parly to start movlnit* pirtur* show In Prince   L
Rnpart   Write me for particulars.    H.  Davit. I KCV.
Walertown. Wit. 137-w
ADVANTAGE TO CITY
New Feed Store Opened on
Third Avenue and Eighth
Street.
THIS   MF.BTINU
IS   NOT CONFINED   TO MEMI1KRS OF THE  ASSOCIATION
HUT IS OPEN TO ALL LIBERALS
P. W. ANDERSON, Secy.
What will surely prove an advantage to many merchants, car*
tiige contractors, and others here
is the opening up of the store
of the Prime Ruperi Feed Company on the corner of Eighth
street and Third avenue.    At this
store oats, vegetables, butter, eggs,
cheese, hay, straw, etc., will be
sold.
The proprietors of this new
enterprise an* Thomas Trotier and
I..   Dussi'itli.     The  store   is   now
open.
Price of Gitwingak
The other evening the Hoard of
Business Chances j'thi* Church Mi--i.uvr.iy Siicici*.
**�����*-*m��-mm*w*.~n.*��4' ���������! fx\  Bishop Du Vernet's.   A
1 money In lloylnc Picture,.     Wanted-A | furfOUgh  of i.   Vl.T Wi'S granted  to
A. K. Price of Gitwingak, and
hi- work will be taken by a former
'worker in the Diocese, Pr. Adagll,
FOUND GUILTY       |��������<���*��� ������������*i�� i*ngi.in��i.
Mr. I". I". Brown, ol Victoria
who lias Ih-ch in the city during
thc past week representing the
firm of Radiger & Janion of
Vancouver and \'icioria, will leave
for thc south tomorrow morning
on the Prince Ruperl. He has
had a very successful business
trip and is delighted with ilu- many
ihings of interest he has seen in
the dty.
Headmaster's Hoilday
Principal Hunter and patty left
this morning from the Davis float
on ;i fishing excursion to Shawatlans Lake.
OF STEALING
Man Named Weaver Will be
Sentenced, Perhaps Heavily,
This Afternoon. Took a Kit
Bag from the Grand.
Today a man  named  Thomas
Weaver came up for sentence at
two p.m. before Magistrate McMullin who ihi- morning found
him guilty on his own confession
of having taken and sold a kit
bug from a guest at the Grand
Hotel. Weaver waa arrested yesterday afternoon l.y Chief Vickers
on Information furnished by thi
hotel proprietor. The bag had
been sold to a scc*ond hand gexxis
dealer, and ai  lirsi accused tried
to shifi tlu- blame for thc theft
on   to   another   man.      In   c. url
today, however, he thought better
of it and admitted guilt. His
sentence may be a heavy one.
City Solicitor Peters who took
care of lhe case desired the Magistrate to impress on second hand
dealers in the city the advisability
of notifying the police very quickly
when any ridiculously cheap bag-
giiins in the way of portable goods
arc offered them under circumstances in any way at all suspicious.
OXWOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOMMMDM
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in lime in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a      :       :      :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correcl Tim*
Only reliable watrhea are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
R. VV. Cameron .& Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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TO-NIGHT!
Cleveland's Musical Comedy Go,
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PEOPLE
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"THE RAJAH"
A Musical Comedy in
Two Acts
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION
GORGEOUS COSTUMES AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
50c, 75c and $1.00 Seat sale opens Thursday
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Always Satisfactory       :-:       :-:      -���-
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FOR  RENT
Store Building on Socontl   Avenue  and
Seventh Street.   Low Rant.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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Bottle 15c.
Tube   25c.
5 oz. Waterwell Jar 35c.
8 oz. Waterwell Jar 50c.
McRAE  BROS., Limited
Everything  for the Office.
>s<tttOOoeKX><>e>ex��oe>e-t*oo<>o.300000oex>^^
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If ao bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
7th and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Hart  Block        :
John Kadakas
Third Avenue       Bet. 7th and 8th Sts.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil ot Frani Wllciek, Parlt and Berlin.
I Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
$50
Cash will handle a itlei lot"��
Section 7. Price $325. H��*��""
monthly.
1.1, 16 and 16, Block 49. Section ,.
LOIS $275 each.   $150 cash, balance
eaay. v   ,
LoU on Summit Avenue at JflOO.  BBJ
terms. .   .,.���
\partment for rent, $20 a UIOIlM. >���������*
For Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Lots in Fort George at 110.00 cuhl"
$10 a month. For I rce ma|��
and information lea m*.-- ���>����
is the time to buy lots m I-""
George.
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GRAND 15 DAYS SALE OF FURNITURE
Carpets, Curtains, Drapery and  Stoves.
We carrry a full line of Carpet, Linoleums, Crockery, Couches,
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