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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending B a.m.,
Aug. IB
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The Daily News
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For  south
Rupert Friday, a.m.
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
'OL. II,  NO. 184 ���
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, August 15, 1911.
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hcGJLL GETS HO YEARS
[  FOR RECKLESS SHOOTING
udge   Lampman   Regards   Case   as   Most   Serious
Menance to The Public Safety   Sternly Rebuked   Prisoner ��� Smile   Over  Coon
Who "Backed Up"
Stiit down to Westminster for
term of two years for reckless
shooting about town, and
reatcning to pump a constable
il ;i restaurant keeper full of
ul, James Mi-Cull, seaman of
i S.S. Prince Rupert felt his
dtion  keenly yesterday  after*
ion.
Sternly Rebuked
Judge Lampman heard the case
hi prisoner had elected for
lei'ily trial. Evidence was given
llic will esses seven in all, who
Li.'ii'il al the preliminary hear-
fy..   The juilge had HO hesitation
sentencing McCull to the long
|im, and warned him sternly of
ii**k In- had run of even a more
iiiuii-a charge, viz., thai of inan-
pughtcr.  The bullet which.pene-
itcd the Windsor   Hotel  very
lurowly   niissul   Victor   Larsen
��� bartender.
Coon "Backed Up"
Serious as  tlu   trial  was  there
,s Mill an amusing side to the
litl. i ci* of Ernest Grr.y the gentle-
on nf color at whom McCull
ss actually going to aim when
Winchester went oil towards
lie Windsor.
Gray told how he had been
lin.'uiHil and how  Mct'ull  had
aded the gun and begun to
Inn .u him. "What were you
vnng?" asked Judge Lampman.
[W.ll, Judgi," replied the witness.
''I just kept a backing up towards
the lane. There was nothing
else to ilo but just lo back up."
Many of those present had
enjoyed the "Back up" incident
in a recent musical comedy here,
and tlu* colored gentleman's evidence sent a smile around the court.
City Solicitor Peters conducted
the case for the prosecution, and
W. I'.. Willi.'ins for llv. defence
put up a very slrong plea. Judge
Lampman, however, evidently considered the incidents of the case
too serious a menace Lo the citizens
at large for accused lo b.' let off
with a light sentence.
Shrubsall's  Store  Moves  from
Fulton   to   Third   Avenue
.���\fler today the popular fish,
fruit, and candy store run by
Mr. and Mrs. Shrubsall on Fulton
street will be moved into line new
premises on Third avenue opposite
the Bank of Montreal. The business will be extended in proportion, and all customers who have
found themselves well taken care
of by the proprietors in their
oilur premises will find even better
service in tlu new store. Mr.
Slirubsall lefi for the South by
the Prince George yesterday on a
business trip ihe results of which
will be set n shortly in the new
store.
HENS  EGG HAILSTONES
Heavy Storms in Regina District May Have Harmed the
Harvest.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Regina, Aug. 15.���One of the
heaviest electrical storms of the
season which occurred in this
dislrict last nighl shortly after
eight was followed two hours
later by a sicond. During the
earlier slorin hail fell as large as
good sized walnuts ami it is feared
considerable damage may have
been done the crops. It was impossible, however, to ascertain either the extent of the d image or
the area covered bv the storm.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 6, Portland 2.
Tacoma (i, Spokane 5.
Seattle 13, Victoria 7.
National League
St. Louis 3, Pittsburg 1.
Boston 13, Brooklyn 9.
No other games.
American League
Washington 3, New York 0.
Boston 2, Philadelphia I.
Cleveland 2, St. Luios 1.
Chicago 2, Detroit 0.
AUTO CAR UPSET
Instant  Death  for  Dr.   Louis
Trudeau of Montreal
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Aug. 14.���Dr. Louis
Trudeau, a well known resident of
Montreal .was instantly killed today four miles from Si. Hyacinlhe
when the auto in which he and
two friends were returning from
a political meeting upset at St-
Hyacinthe curve.
BEAUTIFUL POWER BOAT
"LA BOHEME" ARRIVES
On Pleasure Cruise along Northern Coast -with her
Owner J. E. Sully, of Vancouver, and Family.
An Ideal Cruiser.    Party Pleased with
Prince Rupert.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Crescents   vs.    Empress   atj
the  Auditorium Tuesday evening,    Auprust     15th.        Game I
called at 8.45 sharp.   Admission
25 cents.
"CAN GROW ANYTHING OUT
OF THE MUSKEG LANDS"
U. S.  Land  Commissioner Butler of Idaho Declares That With
Proper Treatment the Muskeg Makes the Richest of all Soils
---Has Spent Several Weeks up the Skeena Investigating Conditions   and   Predicts   Great   Prosperity
For the Settlers There
:0RNWALL HIT
UNCHARTED REEF
"aptain Ley and Officers of
British Battleship will be Exonerated. Vessel was Going
to Help Niobe.
(Canadian Pass Despatch)
Halifax, Aug. I a.-Thai 11. M.S.
ornwall struck an uncharted shoal
111" ii -In* went to ilu* relief of lhe
T.i"lu i-, ilu* report of Captain
Bankhouse of the Canadian Gov-
Irnin.-ni steamer Petrel who was
ll'i.tilul to investigate. Captain
I1  nkhoust notified the authorities
that lu- found a shoal within
seventeen feel low water not marked on lhe chart and thai this is
the shoal touched by II. M. S.
Cornwall is shown by the course
given l.y Captain Ley of ilii-
waiship as having been steered
by him. The chans show no
shallow Water tin re. No vessi I
drawing as much as tin- Cornwall
(27 feel) litis been in these waters
for years.    Mariners say in  view
of ilu* discovery that ilu- Canadian
Government should ask that Captain Ley antl Iii-- officers be exonerated. Tlu* Cornwall went in
dry dock today.   She is slid lo be
badly damaged.
IPENNSYLVANIA MOB TAKE
VENGEANCE ON MURDERER
I Broke   Into   Hospital   Where   Negro   Murderer   Was
Strapped in Bed and Burned Him Alive on a Pyre
���Fearful and Horrifying Deed by White Men
at Coatsville
(Canadian Press Despatch)
1 oatcsville, Pa., Aug. 15.���Burn-
��� almost to a crisp while sur-
jrounded by a frenzied mob who
I carried him on  a  cot  from  the
bospital, Zacharlah Walker a negro,
l��'-J   an   awful   penalty   for   thc
I murder of Edward Rice, a special
"'iceman of Worth Iron Mills. .
Walker was arrested  and  re-
''"-vtd lo the hospital after put-
""K   a   bullet   through   his   own
,,IV   hi  an  attempt  to  commit
���"citlc.       The   mob   comprising
aliniii one thousand men, women,
and boys broke inio thc hospital
'''""' ti lone policeman was on
K'-artl,  seized  the  cot   to  which
"���*- trembling negro was strapped;
a,-d serried it half a mile to the
'",|'1'  Of  the  murder  before  ap-
"''���"K lhe torch to the grass and
���"owl which they piled around,
When thc ropes holding Walker
were burned through by the fire
he made a frantic dash to escape
from the Haines. With his clothing
and flesh aflame he succeeded in
getting fifty yeards away and was
climbing the fence when lhe most
active of the mob grapped him,
and brought the almost dead
negro back and ihnw him on llic
flames again.    Tesday only  the
blackened   skull   anil   two   badly
charred ribs remain.
The sheriff has orders from the
governor io arrest all bono rned
in the alTair, but such a course
would precipitate till kinds of
trouble. Tc prevent more mob
violence the Mayor has ordered
all lhc hotels and saloons closed
until further notice.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
"The finest crops in the world
can in* grown from your muskeg.
I look on the muskeg as the lies!
of all soils if properly treated.
Your farmers here will reap big
rewards. They will get more
from iheir farms than it is possible
to gel from prairie land. Patience
and work and a little knowledge
of how io ileal the soil is till thai
is inided."
Thus spoke Mr. C. M. Butler,
Land Commissioner for ilu United
Stales C.ovcrnniciH al Stiles,Idaho,
well known as a banker and a
lard expert throughout thai State.
Mr. Butler has bought seven
sections of land up the river close
lo Hays Port and is quite satisfied
with all In- siw on his trip to
lla/clion and back. The present
is his third visit lo the disirici
which he knows pretty well.
How to Treat It
"The   muskeg,"   he   said,   "is
decayed vegatation which has not
been well drained,    ll has all the
elements <>f new vegetation in it
except nitrogen.   The nltrbgen it
lost ill the process of ricconipo-
siiion. All il needs 10 make ii
the most prolific of all soils is
lo drain and restore to it the
nitrogen. This can be accomplished at once by mixing lime wiih the
muskeg, or better siill by sowing
clover or  timothy and  ploughing
il  in."
"Clover   and   timothy   do   not
iu id nitrogen from the soil. They
absorb il from the air. When the
i'i "I i is up, if il is ploughed in it
will permanently enrich tlu- mus-
kig with the one element it needs
lo mike rich soil."
Plenty of Proof
Mr.   Butler  pointed   for  proof
io ilu* giant strawberries that are
being grown up lhe river. "The
berries gorwn tit Batt man's Landing and by Mr. Weeks tit Kitsumkalum this year an- ilu best
I have seen aynwhere," said Mr.
Butler. He had good reason for
knowing what the berries tin* like
for he helped to crate a large
quantity of them on his trip.
Saw Mr. Shirley's Garden
"Anil right in your cily is the
best proof of all." siid Mr. Butler,
as he told of going to see SlurilT
Shirley's garden on Taylor street,
after rending of it in the New-.
"It is really a wonderful little
garden, and Mr. Shirley tells me
thai he did i oi treat the muskeg.
only throwing OUt on it a little
linn* he had It ft "Ver from building
his hoUM. Thai garden is tin
best thing I have seen in Ru|x.-ri.
It proves thai lhe muskeg can
grow   anything.    Your  paper did
a good thing by letting the public
know of ii."
Great Dairy Country
"I'p the river is going to be a
great dairying country.    At   Ex*
chunisiks River I saw 5,000 acn s
covered with alder that will make
splendid dairy and hay land. Both
this season and hist were hot
enough to mature the hay, and
with a genial climate like this, it
would Ik* possible for the dairy
farmer to feed his stock on green
stuff for nine months of the year,
only using dry feed for three
months.    All kinds of Itcrries and
hardy fruit will do well there, as
well as potatoes and green vegetables."
Free from Pest
"There is one great advantage
you will have here for fruit growing, that is freedom from |H*st,"
continued Mr. Butler. "I hive
been looking out till the lime for
any evidence of fruii pests, but
siw none. This will mean a great
ill-til to the fruit grower, lightening
his labor and preventing his crop
from d.image.
"The growth of the country
here cannot In- rapid like the
pr.'iii. s, but il l��* will richer.   You
Just at sunset yesterday the
handsome Vancouver power boat
"La Bohcme" stole softly into the
harbor and berthed al the Davis
float. On board the launch were
her owner Mr. J. E. Sully of Vancouver with his family also Mrs.
Chambers and lur little son Walter
aged five who is having the time
of his life on lhe long launch trip.
Three weeks ago the party lefi
Vancouver, and they have been
cruising northwards in pleasant
leistirly manner under ideal weather
conditions, A little fog alone
gave trouble when crossing the
Sound.
Magnificent Boat
"La Bohcme" certainly ranks
with the finest power boats that
have visited Prince Rupert from
the South. She is a forty-footer,
nine  foot  beam,  four and  a half
fooi  draught, ard developes 20
H. P.   Her power is a foUl cylinder
''Holiday" engini   placed forward
complete to the last item. Her
upper deck is yacht-like with its
pretty appurtenances for use and
enjoyment of a cruise. Sin carries
a searchlight, aid iS electrically
lighted throughout from lur own
dynamo. B. low, her arrangements
are cleverly contrived. At the
forward end <>f .In- main cabin
which is tastefully decorated and
upholstered) there is the most
compact little galley and stove
wiih coking gear you could possibly imagine. The stove ami
outfit, l.y a simple device encloses
in a polished mahogany casing
so lhal the cabin is left clear when
cooking is over. This device is
copirived by Mrs. and Miss Sully
and has made good every time.
From "Golden Gate"
"La Boheiiie" u;'s built in San
Krancisco. She was bought quite
recently by Mr. J. I'.. Sully, owner
of lhc large carriage building works
in Vancouver, who has jusi re
in a roomy pilot house and engine! tired in his prime to enjoy life
room. Pram till upper deck theI with wife and daughter. On their
boat can In- steered by auto gear,larrivat In Prince Rupen last night
and there is also tlu* usual wheel
equipment in die pilot house. About eight kuols is lhe speed of "La
Boheme," and she is a most
comfortable cruiser.
Perfect Equipment
In   every  detail   the   launch   is
beautifully equipped.    Her engine
room   and   all   nautical   gear  arc
lhe whole parly were pleased wiih
lhe harbor and charmed with the
magnificence of., ilu- sunset after
.. light shower of rain,    ll is Mr.
Sully's intention to proceed probably a.s far as the Portland Canal
and Stewart, but tin- pany may
s|K'iid tt day or two in Prince
Rupert  first.
RAILWAY MEN
PRESS CLAIMS
C. P. R. Employees of Almost
All Classes in Federation Met
General Manager Bury Over
Wage Question.
(Canadian Press Despati hi
Winnipeg.   Aug.    II.    A   commit tec of C. P. R. employees federation   which  includes  machlnsits,
boiler-makers,   rinsmiths,   stum
havi a market here for everything! fitters, moulders and various classes
thai llu- settler can raise, ami Itjof labor engaged  iu   the depart-
will always be -o. Your industrial
development will grow faster than
your agricultural, This nu-tins
thai the farmer and frail growir
will always have a gotxl market
right al his hand. You have till
the i It nu ills of a great country,
and nothing can slop you from
making it a rich couniry," said
the Land  Commissioner.
incuts under these held an inter-
view with Generr.l Manager Bury
this morning. Shops from I'ort
William to the Pacific Coast i>rc
Interested.    The nun are iifur ti
general increase. Present wages
paid tire from 21 to -11 1-2 cents
per hour. Questions in ihis con*
nectipn have been under consideration by tin- railway officials for
i considerable timi and the matter
will be finally s( ttled now. Concessions granting employees an
8 per cent Inch-case, or two and
a half cents an hour wen* to take
effect September 1st, but emplo) ees
.lei'!,uuI..! ihat these go into effect
on April  let.
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BRITISH RAILWAY STRIKES ARE SPREADING
BROTHER OF ARTHUR LITTLE
GETS IMPORTANT POSITION
Dr. Charles S. Little Appointed to Chief Superinten-
dency of New $3,000,000 Institution for the
Feeble Minded.���Is Famous as an
Alienist.
(Canadian   Press  Despatch)
London, Aug. 15. Sectional strikes of railwaymen were declared last night at
Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and other places. Some of the railway lines have
already given notice of their inability to adequately handle freight traffic.
There now appears little hope of averting a great railroad strike which probably
will be accompanied by a general labor revolt that will have a tremendous effect on
the trade of the United Kingdom.
At a meeting today of managers of all the railroads having terminals in London,
it was decided that the time had arrived to resist the men's encroachments. The
managers contended that the men by striking have violated the agreement arrived
at after the railway troubles of 1907, under which all disputes were to be referred
to conciliation boards or to arbirtation.
At Liverpool again today the troops were compelled to fire on a mob of strikers.
Bayonet charges were also made on the disorderly element. Up to the present details
are still lacking as to the number killed or injured.
Dr. Charles S. Little, brother
of Mr. Arthur Little of Prince
Rupert "The Man who Made
Good,"  has just   been   appointed
to ihe sole charge and superintendence of Lctchworth Village,
New York State's new three million dollar institution for the cue
of the feeble minded.   Two thou*
ISMI.I live hundred Inmates will be
taken  care  of  here,   and  a   large
I proportion of curable cases will
be treated under Dr. Little's sys-
lem which has shown lhe best
possible results.
"The keynote  of work iu such
Institutions," says Dr. Little himself, "islife.   Keep things moving     .,,
work   for   those   who   can   work,
but football, baseball, basketball,
* I dancing and other games for those
ft! whose   mental   or   physical   con-
space
There
Two thousand acres is the
occupied by the village,
will be six institutions, and six
s. is of buildings, A considerable
pin lion  of   farm  and   shop  work
will be done l.\ the Inmates, It
is expected   thai a high degree
of efficiency Can be found and
maintained in l.'lining, carpentry,
painting, blacksmithing, kitchen
work, siwing, knitting, and basket
work. A normal lift so far as is
possibh will be followed by ivory
one in the village.    Dr. Charles S.
Little was born in Niw Hampshire,
and had charge of th.* New Hampshire Institution (or llu* care of tbe
He has the same genial,
healthy influence >>n those about
him   as  our   own   Prince   Rupert
Arthur Little, and is therefore! a
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Square.
rocity will remove this tariff barrier.     Under the reciprocity
agreement Canadian coke will enter the United States free.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
What will this mean for British Columbia?
It will mean that the foundries .ind smelters of the \V< - ��������� State
will fir.d it cheaper to buy their coke in British Columbia, instead ol
in ihe Eastern States.
It will mean that British Columbia will be treated   - it -���'���<  "ere
.i -i-;er state.
It will mean that the miners of Nanaimo and Ladysmith will
have lou of work to till the orders for the coke makers.
. 11
XSmsm Und Uutrict���Di��W�� ol Coast Range \
Uke notice *-.��t  I. ti��rs�� Kin** ��< Towner,
North D.icou. 17. S. A., (arraer. inland to apply
i�� wrmUilon to pureh���� tn. loUowing described
'"commeneir.g at a pok plantad at th* aoulh-
a-**- corner ol Ut IUT, thtnea eaat ao chaina.
���.,-.-.. -.-:.-. cha.--. UMM MM g ***m
tSet until ** chain., thenc* woit -lo chain*.
tbaut norh I' chain, to point ol commencement
containing IH' acrta more or Uks.
'   '5. 1911 .'I
Pilb~ IsXAjm*. '"f**-1 * Cowell. Agent
L'aied J
QBOROE KIME
New
Knox
Hotel
S^VX*VVa,
\ SAVOY  HOTEL
BESNER & BE8NER,  Proprietors  \ prudhomme & Fi.h-,
skaa-a Ur. i l>tftrict���DUtriet ol Coart Range V
Take notice thai  I,   I'eter  Larson ol  Towner.
ji?����� ,.1'A^RS &3E3   The Njwttg, B*jM. n ;>*- >  - >;-���������
-   -*���    _ .    _. .-A    .a    ..aaa    _.fk.      >rnprOVement.. ���'���'
All the 1 .:.��������������� Modern
liEDS 50c UP
Frwer .-
Th.    ���
with hot
it ir. r ��� -
nlihed h
Vancoo . ���
up.    I'.'. ���
Boxlts.
Datad Julj 11  l��ll.
. .- J-. -'    'll.
Daily Edition.
Tuesday. Aug. 15
Cornxencir.g at a poat planted at the aou'.h-
It will nic.ui that tin coal areas of the Skeena and    ���   yueen    "-.*���.���,., 3 ^ i*��r XatB��� wu,h �������� chain..
,.,      , .,,   . .     , , 1        , 1   ,��� ...l   ,h*'**�� ��������*���  10 chaina. thence north  M chain*.    f*ll;<T   \\ENUE.   PRINCE  RUPERT    a***
I hatiOtteS  Will   h.lVe   tO  DC  opened   lip   to  supply   the   great    '���*��� leteeax l.'chainj lo point etegmmxtmrnsU.,      m* *   -A>1:"  ��� r
for coal for ."king purposes.
It will mean that all this coal will have to be turned into
coke in British Columbia in order to take advantage of the
free admission of coke.
It will mean prosperity for the coal operators, the 1
tlu coke makers and the transportation companies of Britisl '   lumbi
WHAT  IS RECIPROCITY?
The Reciprocity Bill is a proposal between Canada and
the United States to reciprocally ablosih taxes on the food
products which are exchanged across the border between the
two countries.
\
It will mean a reduction in the high cost of living, and
make food more plentiful.
It will enable the people of British Columbia to enjoy the
early fruits of the Pacific States free of duty.
It will enable the fruit growers of British Columbia to
market their later matured fruits in the markets of the United
States at a time when they will bring the highest prices.
It will open the markets of the United States to the lumber
of British Columbia.
It will open the markets of the United States to the fisheries
of Northern British Columbia.
It will bring twenty thousand fishermen and their families
to Prince Rupert.
It will bring prosperity to Prince Rupert.
It will mean that new coal areas will have to be opened up in
rthern British Columbia.
It will mj-an that shafts will have to be sunk, mining ma hinery
built and erected, and mining villages nnd towns brought int i xisteni e
where solitude new dwells
It will mean that coke ovens will have to be buil' ?rated.
It will nuan that fleets oi coke-carriers will have I
manned and operated, to carry cargoes of coke to the P        5tat< s.
It will mean the dawning of a new and brighter day in
the commercial history of British Columbia.
1 point t. -
PETER LAKSEN
Kred E. Cowell. Agent
Sk**r.a Ur.! Uutrict��� Diatrict ol Coaat Range V
T.k* r..*..�� thai   1.  John  Evenun  ol  Prince
Rupert. 1*:- *er,  intend  to  apply  lor p*r*T.l*eior.
lo purehaj* .r.e lollowing deacnoed land.:
l'on-.mcr.c:r.g at  a poat planted at tha aouth-
east corner o! Lot .115. thenc* north so chaim.
thane* mux  '.-J chain*,  thenca aoulh  so chaina,
thenc* weal 60 chaini lo point ol commencement.
Dated Jo,:-- '.J. 11.11. JOHN  EVEMSOS
Pub. July t.5 Fred E. Cowell. Agent
-,...���. Ur.d Dutrict���DUtrict ot Coait Range V
Take r.o:.e�� that  I.  Peter Enclown ol Prince
Rupen. lanorer.  intend lo apply for pacmuiion
to purer.*.** th* following deacribed landa:
Cox*n*r.e:r.g at a pott planted on tha nonh
bank of Wkaiaaa Craak where the railway right-
of-way cro.ua and 3 chaina back from the IM
bank, tbence aouth So chaiiu, thence east lo
chaini, tbenc* north SO chain*, thence watt lo
chain, to point of commencement.
I'aied July T. lull. PETER ERICKSON
Fab. July 25. Fred E. Cornell, Agent
Skaana Und DUtrict���District of Coait Range V
Taka notie* that I, Benjamin A. Fuh of Towner.
N.   ll.,  occupation   merchant,   intend   to   apply
Double Weekly .Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince'George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE  IT EHS
Newly Furniihed and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  FIRST   CLASS   BAI      "      DOOM
ROOM IN
RATES 50 CENTS  AND    .
BATHS   FREE   TO .;���
R0BT. ASHLAND
po. sou;
;-..   U;   occupation   mei-cna**-.,   inter..*   io   ��-.-j... -,. i���...    _��� I    c�������^���..3
for pennwion to purchaae tha foLowung d��crit��d   For Stewart,   Tliltrslavs   and   Sunda>��
land..  | at 8 a.m.     Special   fare  on   Sunday
18.60  return   including  meals
boat.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT FOR
FUNERAL UNDERTAKING
Messrs. Hayner Bros., to Build Chapel, Offices and
Embalming Rooms on Grenville Court.���
Buildings in Mission Style with
Every Modern Device.
Commencing at a po�� plantad on lha can
boundary and about Ave cbaiu Irom tha aoulh-
*a>! earner of Lol 44M. thene* nonh Wl ehairj,        and berth.
thenc* eaat  io  chain*,  thanca *outb   M  chair... ..     - D       c: ��� ��
tlwr.ee weat 30 chain, to point of commer.cme-*.. U. Pnnce Albert -*ails lor I ort Simp-
Daied Jun* 21. mil. BENJAMIN A. FISH SOn, Naas Kiver, Masset, Naden
f"b' Jul> ���*��� f"*1 E* CoK*u. A**nt      Harbor. Wednesdays. 1.00 p.m;
Skaana Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range V   v ,i fog,
Tak* notice that 1. Adolph II. Chnr.ianwn ol
Towner. Nonh Dakota, occupation a'.torney-
at-Iaw, intand to apply lor permianoo lo purchaaa
the to-owing deaenbad landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about one and
or.e-ha.f mil*. 1 1-2, nonheaat of the heal ol
Trout River oa tha we*-, .id* of LakrU* Uke,
and about I chain, from the lake-front, ihenc*
���outh .si ehaina. tbane* areat ao chain*, tnenca
nonh M cnaina. thenca aaat SO chaini to point
of eomraencameol.
ADOLTH H. CHRISTIANSuN
I>a*.*d JusaM. l��ll. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July li.
Queen Charlutte Island  points,   Sat-
urJays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wed
nesdays and Saturdays, 1 p.m., returning Thursdays and Sundays
5.2.. p.m.
The   Grand Trunk Railway Sy.tem
connecting with trains from the Pacific ,
Sa**na Uad Diatrict���Diatnct ol Coaat Rang* 1   coast operates a frequent  and conven-
Tak. notie lhat Uenry Macanney ol Princa   jent gervioe of luxurious trains over its
the  btllldir.R  Wl     exactly   meet   ItS   Rupert. B. C . occupauon miner, intanda to apply | j  ....      a-A   route   l>,.tween   Chicaeo
* , ���    . ! lor pecnuB.ja lo purchaaa tha lolloanng d��enb��d . dOUOie   track   route   WlRWI   Y"1^"*0*
purpoM-.     huner.       '*y.-c.i::. -  ...i-'laad.: Toronto.   Montreal.   Quebec.    Halifax.
, ,      , ,      .        i Com-a.lae.ns u l pal plant^ on the aoulh   port|Br.li. B.iSton. New York and Phila-
dUCted    ttlt-re    and    the    last    Std '-mm ot Luhumulu Ki.��. atwui I l*: m*mx Irum    , .  ..        AtiHrl.*r mHamahin   bookimM
 ��� ,     ,iu eor.riu*nc* antn in* s.eeaa River and aboul , deipnia.    Atlantic siieamsnip   ooohi.i|,��
Services rendered the dead will li*;l.lni.l��**��t Irom Eicm-maio r.pida. than**, ao   arranged   via  all  lines,    run informa-
.    , . . .    I ��.-*.a-e nonh. Umsc* lit chaina eaal. thanca So ��� tion   ar,(j   tickets    obtained    from   the
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is appealing to the people of Canada  ment on_ one of  the  fan  -.haped earned out in qun    dunit>  with-  "^.���^.^���^^.J^g/^^ ��** �� ;ortice of
out ostentation. m*. p-w ma.-k.-i **u.m. sw. cor."
_ , ..,     , . i D.iad Apnl a 1��U       HENKV MACARTNEY
Experienced undertakers        Pub.A��ni2��.
\ Rochester &
, ,r     Monroe
Ladysmith
l     '1 Coal
'*       ^     at-vq*-
.:���   Phone iis
The L'nited States Congress has carried the bill.
All that is now required is that Canada carries the bill.
Messrs. Hayner Brothers are
about to start at once on the
erection of a new and entirely
up-to-date undertaking establish-
to endorse reciprocity at the polls. lots on Grenville Court adjoining
To  secure  prosperity  for  British  Columbia  support  Sir the Salvation Army (itad.l.   The
Wilfrid Laurier and reciprocity. ground space measures 2**- ft. \ SO
The mutual abolition of taxes on food is the only issue ft. x 100 ft., .-.nd will allow erf the
in the present campaign. erection of a very fine substantia]
  building which  i- ju��. what  the
HOW RECIPROCITY WILL AFFECT THE COAL Messrs Hayner have planned.  The
INDUSTRY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ground ha> been leased for a con-
  siderable   term  and  the  building
.���\tnong the treat industrit- of British Columbia which will be w>ll be ��� : a rx*rrr...r*e-.t ty**.
helped i: th   agreement reciprocity comes into force is the coal in- Elengantly Equipped
ilu-try.   Thi-. industry under reciprocity will lye a great immediate Chapel few fur.-.r.*.! services  '*tr.-
Addmg   to   their  present   equip-     k*.t. Land Dutrict-Dir.rici ol Coait Rang* S
     ���,.....      i    .u      .. _.    I..    .       Taae   nonce  that   Stanley   Una-n   oe   Prince
ttlellt    many     ot    Qie    Verj     latest   Ra-^, b. C, occupation miner. *n>r.d. to apply
appliances which hav.   brought i-  ^jr*""0*" *�����*����� ��t I-*".* *mmmt
perfection the an of embalming
on this continent. M* ----. Hayner
Brothers, who h.*.\t had th<>r.   g
training and  ex|  rienoe  in   thi^
class "i M.*r\iix- will be in a i>.-i i"r,
to attend   to  undertaking   w..rk
ttii 2,\ .-.- any of the firms iti
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Commencng al a poet plantad M chain, aouth
and 10 chain. w**t of th* nor.h****. comer of
Lot 1TJJ. Ukaia* Va^*>, Dutnn of Coa��t Rang*
I. thance waat lo chain.. th*nc* MOlli 10 chain*,
ther.ce aaat 40 chaina. thenca n.r.n ao chains to
petal ol coir, men caenant.
Staked June loth, l��K
rob. July li.
help to British Columbia, and a much greater help in the future when ces,  ar.d  embalming  rooms,  all the ower centres of Canada.   The
thi^-'.-     ..'���'���;������ tits of the Skeena <ii*-trict and the great c>al deposits spacious ar.d cor.wninetly arra: .* *   Mtached   to   their   offices
.    ii  Queen Charlotte Islands are opened up, ..re included in the pla: -    I  rid. -sill be aeduefcd and quiet.   While
  the furnishings, fittings       I up- '" die earlier days ol Prince Ru-
At fin   rig!   it does not look as if the coal industry i? to be greatly holstering   will   I*   verj   I igl '":' diere was no la<-k of dignity
affected.   The oeily change prop-.-td i-a t" make Ixjth tariffs agree, finished ar.d in the very best    I about funeral  services held in a
At present the 1 , S. t tritT on coal i- 45 cents per ton, and the Canadian good   taste,  quiet  ar.d  digniti-.*.l. little rough ��h.ick. tht  growth of
tariff i- ���>'���} cent*-.   The proposal i*- to standardize thtm. making both Outside the Grenville Court fr..n- ^ cj.v tMa rjenumded develop-
tarin- 1"... its.   The change is a slight one, making coal a little che;*.:.-r -.age   of   the   buildi; g   i-   to   be . ' ,.        ...        ���   ,,     ,
���    ,-.       i     i  ,,      , ^*        l i.i i       l   .        ij   * i ���   ^        ������ i -l mer.t in line wt-h that ������I all other
in Canada, but not enough to afftct the pockets ot anv but the large designed in tne well known sunple
consumers and traders. Mission Style, which is --ill rich "';'--   and   "���   this  department
  and  subsuntial  l<y,ki.--; anthout Messrs. Hayner Brothers lead die
But a revolutionary chang      -   ������ r made in the tariff.   In return being vulgar or preur.-i us.   Thus way.
f..r the . ������;." ssion remen-ing B cei  i per ton off our tariff on coal, the ������ ���-   ���    - - 	
Canadian negotiators j in s   tiring a very important con-
I led in getting Canadian coke placc-d on the
fr..  list in the Uniti I States     It m.is a masterstroke that means
Briti-h Columbia.
treat nueltersand   foundries of the Western
B 5t       f Washington has not coal erf the proper quality
which to m.tk*  ���   la     ** ���  h - to import all the coke she i
iron. British l   lumbia has immense coalfiekls of bitu-
-at kind t< produce high quality coke. But
a tariff barrier of a dollar a ton had been placed against Canadian coke to prevent it entering  the United States.    Recip-
Ur. 1 t.tatr.ct -Diatrict ol Coart Rang* I
Tak* note* that Linfort Sea-ell 11*11 of Prince
Rup*n. H. C. occupatioa loconotiv* er.gir.r^r.
intand. ta apply lor parmHalon ta purehaae tn*
loUowing daMrtba.1 laaua:
Commencing at a po*t planted on tha nonh
hank al tha Zlme-gouu kltar about three ,4,
milea dUtant upstrsamj la a traau-rly direction
from the juneuoo ol the Little ZunogotiU River
aad tha mala Zuno-gotita River, thenee nonh 40
ehalna, thenca -aeat 40 chaina, thenca wuih lo
chaina, thane* eaat 44 chain, to po*t ol com-
naaM-aoeni containing Wt acrea more or leaa.
Dated June 7, ISII. U.NFORI. SEWALL HELL
Puh. July S. Geo. R. Putnam, Agent
Stikine Und Diaukt- Dutnct ol Caaalar
Take notice lhal I arutian A. Terra al Stikine,
0 C, oer.oai-oe etiatoma o*F*er. Intend, to apply
for permisaaon to purchaae tbe following deecribeo
Ui land*
-**" -������-������ ��������������� I     Commencing  al   a  port  planted  about   three-.
...      c .1-     c c    . x       i ta     . ��� ^-, .a*r*ra ol * mite north eaat Irom Glacier Riffle
ifty-Seventh   bession   of   the   Iron Pryites Property up Ocst-  and on th* ��m tank al sukir.. Hirer and on the
a-a ���       c c- r> - *t a a. I aouth aid* of the moutb ol a tittle creak, thance
nion  Upens  in   ban   rran-      aw Kiver seven Years Aban-leaat io chain*, thane* nonh 4u chaina. thenc*
i . waat i. chaina. ihenee aouth 40 chaina to point'
CISCO. Cloned. I al errnmeneemer.t and containing 160 acraa mor*
STANLEY GREEN
Locator
Uad Dutnct���Dutnct of Caviar
Tak* nouca that I, Jam*. Web.tet EapUn ol
Stewart. B.C, occupation    auctioneer, intend to
apply lor parmlauoa to  purchaaa  lha   loiluwing
laeaer.ued laada:
Commencing at a poet plant*! on tha right
bank ol the Naaa titer about nine milaa above
the fork! of the Naa. r..er. thenca auuth ad cnalu.
thence weat so ehaina. ibenea nonh ao chain..
ihence aaal to ehaina u, point ol commencement,
containing v40 acraa mor* or loaa.
JAMES WEBSTER ESPUN
I>.*ed March :i. ISII. Frank Sidnay Wnght. Agt
Pub. May IT.
Canadian Pacific Railway
���ALL KINDS OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
nrai nam   charge* Kisouu
wori; (uuma
Vuconrer Far Dressing Company;
1*13 Granville St.        vs
B.C. Cout Service
Famous  Princess   Lint ��� ��� ���
*
-���+/^SrSst*
-*-  *      *    *    *   * I
tFRED. STORK;
S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL ���
,1
-General Hardware
Friday, August   18th, 11  a. m
FOR VANCOfVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Builders' Hardwire
Valves 4 Pipes      0x1 I   5l   ������ '
Granitvwar.-       Tinwsw     *
S.S.  INLANDER!
SECOND  - AVENUE*
. �� * * *
PRINTERS  IN  CONVETNION MAY   RE-OPEN   OLD   MINE
.   .  .  FOR a  . a
HAZELTON
**************
w. j. McCutcheon
Take the fast light-draught steam-      [,
x*u Inlander for Hazelton,
CArriw eompUt* *xoc'< -'���
attention pahl \*j ��������'���.' *:.-���'      '���*
TWstreBlKliPHosrN     Second in.
*.++++++++++������������
���^*~"���"������"'**���
H. B. Rochester
Agent NEW WELLINGTON COAL
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL S500.000
OFFICERS:
WM   T rKERGIW  If D . President DAVID ll  HAYS,  1st Vice-Pre.
\f /   HOBIS. 2nd Vice-P'ts   and Manager
IAY KIGLER. Sectetaru-Treatuttr C  B   PETERSOS. Axtt.-Monager
Executor and Admimilralor Recetxrer or Assignee Farm Lands and Mines
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Etlale      Escrow Agents
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee L'nder Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit I'au'.t and Boxes Collections
MKtMGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposits
W* ��iil be pleaaed t" anrvrer any Inqainei re-nrdlwr Inve.tmenu in Prince Runert
and Northern  Brltiah Columbia.
The  Continental  Trust Company),   Limited,   SBBwHwm;
San   Francisco.   Aug,   13���The     With   Mr.   F.   Wilson,   expen
fifty-seventh *at*>-i"r. of th<* Inu-r- travelling for the Department ol
national Typographical Ini'.n wa- Mines, Oitaw  . Capt .in  Baiting*
opened here today with an address '"" ���nad'   ; rril�� ll"' ";,1,r da)
i ���   M.r d   w   mi- ������,.* o.wi '" tne ''���' '' waten of the ��N itate
t .   Ma>*or I. H. .M.l .irtnv ami ... ._,
, ' .' Kiv.r.     Ilu- purix>se of  thi*  trip
run.irk-  irom   representatives  >>; ..      .*..,   ..     ..-, ��� .
was  -t.tit   Mr.   WiIm.h   iniwht  in-
the daily prt��.  the ...nunor.-iai vesdpte the mini then  formerly
ng I'rtnrh of the* industry w.-rk"! l.\- J   Dunsmuir's outfit
from representatives of thi about seven yews ago   The mine
typographical union.    Res* ���   ������" ir"n l,^^',l��������� pn^eny. and
ponse   was   made   by   President
l      h of the* International Typo- ,
1 ever meuie from the property owing
B��pbical Union. u, ,i���. |a( k ���f bansportaUem f.u-il-
Ihe   reports   of   officers   -ul-i,i,-   There Is a prospect that this
mitted to the convention today niim may again be worked.   All
fiscal   year ,-���. ,,|(1 ,,,,,���. j, ,>.���.,>, ,h,.rt.  ,������
i- damaged by neglect and the
CHRISTIAN' A. TERVO
LIME     BRICK     PLASTER        VIST
SHINGLES. LATH. Bl v :-    ': B ��iH
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgeraon Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested lo visit the lodge.
U-Xll
bui
worked for byproducts,
extensive ihipmenl  w.i-
Ieffects of -now.
HARDY HALIBUT BOATS
The DAILY NEWS
Till Sept. 23,1911
For
25c
OUR
SPECIAL
OFFER
Ilurinit tlie progress of the Reciprocity Campaign
???,,���p -iraKE*- Elictlon. we will mail The
li/\ll.*i NBWft to any address In Canada, outside the City oi I'rince Rupert for 25 cenU.
ending May 31, 1910, the member
ship of ih-- International Type*-
graphical Union earned I46.602,*
944. or an average of 1968 i>.*r
member, Few the fiscal year ending .M..y 81, 1911, the membership earned the total of .<49.-
77(),G(i8. or an average |kt member
of 1978.
It was stated in the report- th.it
at   this  time  the average  paying
membership was mon than 58,1  h
The convention i*. quite largely
i or I
Dated Feb. 10. ISII.
Pub April 7.
Seeeaa Land i 'm't-<-i    ! '.��������� et ol Coart Range .'���
1... nolle* that I. Lauchlan John Shanahan ol
Victoria, u 0~ oeeupation taacher. Intaod t.
apply lor permiaaion to purchaaa the (olioaing
daecrthed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted 61 chaina aouth
Irom tba mtheaet corner ol Lot 10*0, thence 40
chain, aoutb. tbeoee 40 cbaina waat, thence 40
cbaina nortb, tbeoee 40 chain, aaat to point ol
oamaeneaaent, containing lu) acre, mora or laaa.
LAfCHLAN JOHN bliANAHAN
Dated AprU IT. ISII.
Pub Ma> ��
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlitrict nl. aaaiar
Take nollea tbat I. John L. Mitchell ol I'rince <
Itup-m, II  C, oeeupailun bookkeepar, Intead to
appljr fur permlatlun to purchaM the following
OmsexllmA l.nda:
Commencing at a poet plantad about 16) Are
ir.Le. wutn aad III oaa mile aeat ol tba fork, ol
the Whlu and Flat riven, tbenee north SO chain,
thence eaat >0 ehalna, tbenee eoutb SO chain.,
i bane* aaat SO akalaa.
Dated April IS, ISII.        JOHN L.'MITCHELL
l-ub May U Franca. S. I'iud, Agrat
SkwnaLand Di.trirt-Di.triet of OmitX Rang* I
Tak* n-.tie* that IVrer M. Miller at Hrl-ice IM-
pert. B.C.. occupation eJlrll Engineer. Intends t>.
apptr for i-ermlMlun to purchaae the following
.1-a.rribed land*.
C.-ntmendng at a poet planted on the left hank
Of McNeil River at north we.1 comer of lot I4W
R. V., thence east ��i chain, more.*r lea. to we*t-
erlf tamndarr "f timber limit f4.i okl number
4"*fil4! thence northerly fottowina said we.terlv
boundary of timber limit *.i chain, more or left
t<. r,..rth *.*.. cmer "f .aid timt*er limit, thence ' B*-��aa^<s^sa^sa-%ss^ss%as^aa^saa*-*is.
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone US
jOt*XT��tWMK*����*t*e����t<:-:":;"-*-*,a|
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEASE
on Third Avenue .
;   * Jeremiah H. Ku-jltr. Ltniiied.
Jerry
VKlslsllYsMmV*
J. !'. CADE. N. G.
H.  H.  MORTON. Sec.
Uttle's NEWS Agencj
F. M. DAVIS
AT   DAVIS
MAT Hni SP
General Marhine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agent* for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch*, aad Boat, lor Hire    N.E. eod of Wharf I
Magazines
CIGARS
:: Peri...i..':.- '��� "i3'"1
;: TOBAi't . IS fK*-'1"
G.T.P. WIIAI.I
TRY THE "NEWS
WAY OF FI
WANT AH
westerly ?. chain, more or lea. tn left bank of'
McNeil River, ihence aoutherly folluwlna  .aid
left bank of McNeil T'iver <>' ehaina more or leaa
to point of commencement, containing l'i> acrea
mor* or le*��.
  TtRCY M. MILLER.
Fi*h Maid and Old Maid Both ; Kif iSSTilfcisi.1
Made      Harbor
With Hauls.
Yesterday
With a good double haul ..f fine
tilil.ut lhc gasoline Khotmei
Maid and i>ld Maid Ixuh
attended,  tin.l  will  be  in   **e>-i.in
throughout the week.
cam.
catch
IN THE SUPREME  COURT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Between John Young Rochnter, plaintiff
and
T.*m G. Sutton, defendant.
Before tiii  Honor Judae Young in rhambera.
Friday the 2-th day of July. It'll.
Upon the application->f thepUintiff, upon hearing read the affidavit of Chart*. Vincent Bennett.
filed, and upon hearing what wa. alleged by C. V.
"ennett, roonwl for the plaintiff.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE      !     *.
���L,.:,.,.!"i!.y ^���w".."'>'. KWe full and
���7*v***tsiis^^
... s let ^��syn��r&T^tffl?s^thii ���pcci"
The Daily New. by mail for six week, for 25 cenU.
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Gru4 Hold Free Employment Ofice
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
into hiirb.tr  yesterday  to
the Prince George southbound with
a   loftd   (if   lrilifinl        Mm.nt   ���larfitir I    1-   IHeordered that wrviee upon the defendant
I Mil   .11    liaimill.      .IIH.IH    llgll!\    nfthewritof.umm-,n��an.|.Utenientofelaimln
boxes   were    sent   south.      Both ^.&%??U&��^S^SS^&^?Val*3S?^
the boats are doing well now, and ^^���Wi^-Sr^p'SwlS
tm* in good shape i��� spin* ..f mar* M����SrLf fet-^SSit^
vellous adventurei by lea.   Th.-j"S!"-ABll ��� ��� fUr,h.rorder*..,h.,,he,.���.de-
'Fish   Maid
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Slock
Lowest Prices in  Northern B. C.
M"*-��   ���****������*��* *���**.*>**. is-.Afmr.tx KU-
..^4^.+.^.+.^.
fmri*      nun,.,I      ti.ed,. ' faod.nt M enter an -ippr-arance to the .aid writ
"ll UirniMl      Uirill    ���f ,umm���na and file hi. aUtement of defence In
in a terrible storm, and  the OH g^MiffiW-SftSaRia^"
Maid    Which    rCCentlV    l.mtll.l    tin*      *���   *"*��� " " '"��*.��' oHered lhat the coat* of
  '     ,*""J",    lM>     thll application be cccta in the rnuae.
j I record   halibut   catdl   for   Ru|K*rt, K Mel. YoUNii.L.J.s.C
has coma through resulsr cinu'.! -iNorici:.
���      ,, ,        "K"   "Ki.i.ir  l.l.llil   .      Thi, aetlan I. brought to recover llWS.sn. the'
-.���.calller olten    tllollgll    a    smaller   '���mount due on a prumlaaory note made by the.
,^m-,e...l !���.,.     Ml                ',                   defendant, daled 2"th December. ISO*, tn the or.
pOWerCd l>Oat.   MOnday IS the   first Myoftbeplalntlff  payable 21 month, afterdate
lime   tin.   ,-i*,.   L���i.   k*.                  .      "I'h lK^rMt at S per cent, per annum.
time   tne   two   DOatS   have   got   |n|        PJin*ipal    llSTS.m
together to ship a catch auoth.
Int*r**|
147. en
Total Iiasjo
SAMUEL HARRISON
Inotasv rim n<
OllllE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PUBCHAggB
Stewart
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This ensures that lho Vayce
Prince Rupert Branch
Skeena Lund MlaUId���District ol Queen Charlotte
lalaiula
Take notice that Geo. H. Laui ol Princa Itupert,
B. C, occupation barber, Intends to apply lor
���lerini-itiitin to purchaao the following described
land.*.
Commencing at a poat planted about aeven
mllea west and one mile small Irom the mouth
of Stanly Greek, Nadun Harbor, thence aouth SO
chains, thence weat IU chuina, thenoa north 80
chaina, thonco omit 40 chaina.
Datod March 17, 1911. OKU. II. I.AUX
I'ub. Aunt 22. Numa Doiiium. Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct ol Caaalar
Take notico that I, Mary Garln ol Stewart,
I 11. G., occupation married woman, Intend to apply
! for permiaalon to purchaaa the lulluwing described
land:
Commencing at a poat planted two (2) mllea
aouth and (21 two miloa waat of the lorka ol tha
White and Flat rivera, thenco 80 chaini north,
thence 80 chaini weat, thonce 80 chains aouth,
thence SO cliaina oaat.
Dated April 20, i'Jll. MARY CAHIN
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Fraaloo, Agant
Skovnii Land Diatrict- Diatrict of Coait
Take nolle.* that 1. Mn. John Corley of  Prince
Kupert. H.G., uct-uputlon married woman, intendi
tu i'.i.ply for pormlaiiuti to purchaae the following
described lunda:
Coinmenclnir nt n post plantod 40 chalm eait
ni.il 120 chaini aouth from the Kiulhweet corner of
lot 17X1, Coast District, Kange It, thence aouth 80
chaina, thence eaat 4(1 ehalni. thence north 80
chains, thence woat III chain, more or leu to tho
point of commencement, cuntaining 320 acrei
muro or ten,
MHS. J.HIN (Lottie) CORLEY
Date Mar. 20. 11)11
I'ub. Apr. 4, I'Jll
Skeena Land Dalrlct���DUlrict of Queen Charlotte
Taka   notice   that   George   Fritz,.'1   ol   Princa
Hupert, li. C, occupation butcher. Intendi to apply
for permission to purchase the lulluwing deacribed
Commencing at a poat plantad about seven
mllea weat and two mllea south of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Nadan
Harbor, Uraham Iiland, tbence 80 chaina aouth,
thanca 80 chains weal, thenoa 80 cliaina north,
thence 80 chana east lo point ol commencement
and containing till) acrea more orleaa.
Dated March 17. 1911 itKiiltUK FR1ZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demaea. Agenl
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range b
Take not ce that 1, Joe Jack ol Priroa II. p��rt,
II. l'.. occupation carpenter, intend to apply lor
iKTiiiiaalun to purchaM tbe following aeacrlbed
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about throe'and
one-hall mllea dUtant In a south westerly direction
Irom a blind alougb Irom Ubeurvalory Inlet where
lho same touehea the 1ih1i.ii lleeerve Ihence eaat
80 cba ti.-. thence -oilh 80 chaini, thenca we.180
chaina. thenoe aoutb 80 chaina to point of commencement, containing 040 acrea mure or leaa.
Dated April 14, 1911. JOE JACK
I'ub. May 13.
Skeena Land DUtriet���DUlrict ol Coaat Range !>
Take notica lhal Lottie McTavUh ol Vancouver,
B. C . occupation married woman, intend, to
apply lor permiaaion to purchaae tbe following
deecribed landa: .
Commencing at a poat planted at the north-
weet corner 100 chains eaat and 20 chaina north
from lhe northeaat corner ol Lot lllo, llarvey'a
Survey, Coast Dulrlel.llange b.thenco 20 chains
aoulh. thenca 80 chaini east, thenca B0 cbalm
north, thenca 40 chaina weal. Ibence 80 cbaina
eoulh, Ihence 40 chains wesl lo poal ol commencement, containing 400 acrea mora or leaa.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. lu.lil.-r. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUlrict ol .'aaaiar
Taka notice that 1 FrancU S. I'reaton ol I'rlnce
Rupert, 11. l'., occupstlon pruepeclor, Intand to
apply  tor permiaalon  lo put-chase lhe loUowing
deacribed lamia:
Command**! al a poat plantad about three
miles eouth and two mile* weat ot tha lorka ol
the White and Flal rivera. Ibence aoulh 80 cbains
tbence eaal 80 cbaina, ibence north 80 chaina,
thence wesl 80 chains.
Dsled April 20, 1911. FRANCIS S. 1'HKSTUN
Pub May 13
Skaana Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 8
Taka nollea tbst I, Frank Hicks ol Port l.a
���dngton, occupation merchant. Intend to apply
lor permission, o purchaso lhe foUowing doaertba.1
landa:
Commencing al s poat planled on tba aoulh
bank of lhe Exchumsika Itiver and about tour
milaa from its coolluence with tba Skaena River,
thence 80 chains weal, thenca 80 chaina north,
thence SO chslns east, thence aoulh 80 chains
lo point ol commencement, containing 640 acrea
more or lass.
Dsted April 21. 1911. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Skaana Land DUtrict���Dutrict ol Queon Charlotte
laland.
Taka notica that George W. Arnott ol Prince
Hupert, U. C, occupaUon real aetata broker,
intenda to apply lar permUeloo to purchase tbe
lulluwing doaenbed landa:
Coromeoctng at a post planted aboul aeven
mut* and one-hall mile waat aod one mil. aoutb
Irom tbe moulh ol Stanly Craak, Nadan Harbor,
thenoe wast 80 chslna, thonoe soulh 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chaina, thenca norlh 80 ehalna.
Dated March 17, 1911. til <>. W. ARNOTT
t'ul*. April 22. Numa Damare, Agent
Skeena Und District���District ol Casslar
Taka notice lhat I, Alice M. Knouse ol Princ*
Rupert, il. .'. occupallon married woman, inlend
lo spply lor pet-minion lo purchase the following
deeeril-ed lands*.
Commvndni st s poat planted about two milaa
south snd two mil.', west of the forks of While
snd Fist rivers, thenca north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, Ihence eouth 80 chains, lhance
wasl 80 chsina
Dsled April 20, 1911. ALICE  M.  KSll.ISE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Agent
Skaana Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Coaat lung. 6
Taka notice Ibat I, Clara May Utile ol I'rlnce
Rupert, P. ... occupation eplnater, Intand to
apply lor p-trmUelon to purchaaa tba lollowlng
deecribed landa:
Commeneing at a poet plantad at tha north
weet corner of Lot 1735, Range 6, Coaat DUlrict
Ihence east 40 chains, tbence north 23 chains
Ihence wat 31 chain thenca north 20 chains
thenoe weat 10 chains, thenca aoulh 46 chain, to
point   ol   commonoemenl,   oonteinlng   US   acres
DsiJ-aJApriM. l��ll. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 18
Coaat Range 6 Land Diatnct
Taka  notioa  lhal  I,  John   Hepburn  ��   Kitsumkalum,  occupsllon  Isrroor,   Inlend  to  apply
lor permUaion lo purchase the (ullowng daacribed
ienas:
Commencing st s poal pl.nled al the norlbaaa.
corner ol Lot 39811, thence eaat 20 chains, thencs
soulh  40 cnaina, thenca weal 20 chana,  thance
north 40 chaina to place ol Nmmenceme.lt..
Daled March IS, 1911. JOHN  HEPBURN
I'ub April 16.
Skeena Land Dlstilet-Diatrict ol Casslar
Taka   notioa  thai   I,   Thomas   Mscgovem   ol
Stewsrt, U. C, oocupsllon mln*r,lntend lo spply
for permtwiin to purchsss lbs lollowing described
Commencing st s post plant* I on lha right
bank ol the Naas river shout lour miles sbove the
forks of the Nsas river, tbenos south 80 chsina,
thenee weet 80 chsins, thence north 80 chsiiu,
thence esst 80 ehsles to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acree more or leaa. __���,_,���.,
THOMAS MACGOVERN
Dsted Msi-ch 26, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUlrict ol CaasUr
Tsks notice that 1, lasso <>'linen  Forbes
Prince Ruoert. U. C. occupsllon csrpenler. Inten
to spply lor permi***!.ni to purchsae the lollowln*
deecribed lands:
Commencing st s poet plsnled sboul fly mllea*
south snd ons mile weet ol the forks ol theWhlle
sud FUt rivers, thencs north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, Ibence aoulh 80 chains, lhance
Dl{ed0AprU18,l��H. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston. Agent
Skeens Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Rsngs 6
Tsks nolice thst I, Bell Hall Kenney ol Yar-
mouth. Nova Hcotis, occupstlon msrrled woman,
inlend to spply for permluaton to purchsse the
following deecribed lindi:
Commencing at a po*t planted at north eaal
corner ot T. I, Ut 38628, thenca run nlng wesl 40
chsins, thence north 80 chslna, tbenee eeat 40
chains, thence eouth 80 chaina to place ol commencement conUining 320 scree more or less.
My poet U on south east cornet ol land applied
for, marked letters S. E., sbout ons mile west ol
Uke Ukelss, south side of Skeens river Dl'trlct
l'af��l*ApfifSr it'll. BELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. Msy 18. John llsverty, Agent
Skasna Und DUtriet���District ol Coaat
Taka notice thst WUIIsm MeTsvUh ot Vencoy-
ver, II. C. occupsllon physician, Inlen.U Ui epply
for permUalon to purchaae the lollowlng doecrbed
"commencing st s post plsnted st Ihs eouthwes
corner. 40 chslni north snd 40 ch.ln. esst ol the
nortlioMt corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey,
I'nsat Dlalrlct, Kange 6. thenee 60 chslna eaat
thence 60 chslns north, thence 60 chslna weet.
thence 60 chains south to poat of commencement
containing 360 seres more or laee. urfr.VIi���
D.ted M.y 2. 1911. WlajMBL'*l.JSg*?S
i'ub. May 8. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Ski-ena Und Dlalrlct    DUlrict of Coast Range V
Take   notice  thst   I,   Psul   llsgen   ol   I rince
Rupert, laborer, Intend to ipply tor pormlselon
to purchsso Iho lollowlng described Isnds:
Commencing st s poat plsnted on ths north
bsnk of Willlsma Creek shout 60 chslns southeast from ll. II., thenco south 40 chslni, thence
east 40 chslns, thenco north 40 chslns, thenca
west 40 chsins to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL HAOEN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowall, Agenl
= THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
Thia Is a little section ot the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
FRESH  FASHIONS
All the Latest Live Little Items
From Gay Paris
For the cotton gowns the pre-
dikction is for colored embroideries. The colors of the embroideries are pink, rose, old blue,
light blue, lavender and yellow.
ti  i*s  $
Sleeves arc short in all save the
strictly tailored garments, and by
short is meant ti termination of
the sleeve just at or an inch or
more above the elbow.
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Some of the new parasols are
vilmxl with narrow ostrich feathers
ard have a big bow of ribbon on
the handle, also edged with feathers
aaa
There is a new suin called felt
satin. It is faced with woolen
aril makes a serviceable as well
as elegant outer garment���either
mantle, suit or coat.
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Flowers of colored straw are
popular as trimming. Black and
red flowers have yellow centres
and there are various striking
coloi combinations. They reprisal! edelweiss, dahlias, roses aid
puppies in natural tints and shapes.
THE LITTLE PLANT
Pretty Verses for the Children
to Learn
In the heart of a seed,
Buried deep, deep,
A dear little plant
Lay fast asleep.
"Wake," said the sunshine
"And creep to the light."
"Wake," said the voice
Of the rain drops bright.
The little plant heard
And it rose to see
What a wonderful
(hitsidc world might be.
���Exchange-
Social Note
Mrs. Jackinan wife of Captain
Jackman of the steamer Omineca
is visiiing in Prince Rupert at
present. She is the guest of Mrs.
M. Heilbroncr at her residence
at the corner of Sixth avenue ard
Fulton street.
Vegetable Salad
Three medium-sized boiled lieets,
two large boiled potatoes, ore
carrot, two hard-boiled eggs, and
one lettuce. Cut up the vegetables
in small pieces; add salt an pepper.
Form the salad into a pyramid,
antl garnish the dish with the
. n^s cut in slii-es. This is nice
to SSTV( with cold meat on a hot
day when you don't want even to
boil potatm-s.
Baked Ik-jih sandwiches are substantial and, made properly, pal-
atable. Mash a cupful of baked
Ik.-uis, put with a large tablespoonful <>f minced roast or boiled ham,
season with pepper and mustard.
Rub smooth with softened butter.
Butter thin slices of cither white
or brown bread. On one place a
lettuce leaf, spread on the filling,
lay over it another lettuce leaf,
cover with the second slice of
bread, and press lightly together.
PROFITABLE
WHALING WORK
Very Busy Season at the Island
Stations and Southwards-
Many Whales Caught.
Whalers at Scchart, Kyuquot,
Rose Harbor and Naden Harbor
tire all up to their neck in work,
and the staffs at the stations are
finding some difficulty in keeping
the pace. Night and day shifts |
are the rule, and by the closing of
the season no doubt lhe catch will
have been nearly treble that of
last year, which so far is thc
largest.    There are nine whalers
THE IDEAL WIFE
Show This to Your Husband
and Ask Him What He Knows
About It?
Coming to the present are of
wonderful woman, wc find a modern, ancient (superannuated) philosopher defining the qualifications
of an ideal wife. He specifies,
amongst other delightful attributes,
these���
Grcat good-nature and a prudent
generosity.
A lively look, a proper spirit
and a cheerful disposition.
A good face and figure, but not
greatly   beautiful;    a   moderate
height, a good complexion, rather
brown.
Young by all means; old by no
means.
A decent share of common sense,
seasoned with a little repartee;
a small modicum of wit, but no
learning.
We.l, but not critically, skilled
in her own tongue.
In spelling, a little becoming
deficiency; by no means conversant with punctuation.
A more than tolerably good voice
and a little car for music; a
capability of singing (in company),
but no peculiar and intimate acquaintance with crochets nnd quavers.
Not always in the drawing-room,
but sometimes in the kitchen; yet
more skilled in the theory than in
lhe practice of cooking.
Not entirely devoted to bridge,
but a little given lo chess.
Fond of lawn tennis, but ignorant
of hockey and golf.
In conversation, a little of the
lisp, but not of the stammer.���
Vanity Fair.
Refreshing Sandwiches
Cucumber, tomato, and lettuce,
separately or any two together,
make refreshing sandwiches, , Se-
lett small cucumbers, peel and
slice them thin, discarding any
obtrusive seeds. Leave in ice
water for ten minutes or so, then
drain quite dry. Spnad the bread
with amyonnaise dressing, and lay
the cucumber on evenly. For
lettuce sandwiches, use only the
crisp tender leaves, wash, and dry
than lietween cloths. Buiier the-
lower slice of bread, place on it
the lettuce, spread a thin layer of
salad dressing on the upper slice,
and press together.
rr
TEMS  OF
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The long standing dispute between Young Miller, the St. Paul
middleweight, and Joe Carr, the
Minneapolis wrestler, as to championship honors of the twin cities,
will   be   settled at   Nicollet   P.irk
on the night of August 18,
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Ollice.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Buildinjf, Second Avonue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AtlDHOItS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 851
Good for Picnics
Ham sandwiches tire about the
most popular of those with a meat
tilling. A good way of making the
filling is to put some cold cooked
ham through the meat chopper,
season with pepper, a very little
���aiilt, and made mustard, then mix
all smooth with butter. A cucum-
ber pickle cut into very small Hits
is an appetizing addition. Tongue
sandwich filling can In- prepared in
similar fashion, but. leave out the
cucumber, and Instead marinate
with .i little lemon juice. Yolk of
hard-boiled egg may Ik- added to
the tongue.
working in British Columbia waters
and two of the Washington toast.
Tlu total Gitch of all the
vessels operated by lhe Canadian
Northern Pacific Fisheries Company amounts nearly Into the four
figures, and all past records have
been eclipsed. Two or three whales
each a day is not thought to beany great piece of work as the
whales are so plentiful.
The two new whalers, the Paler*
son and Moran, which tire operating out of drays Harbor, are
doing exceptionally well, and although htey have only been working a month, forty-three whales
have been harpooned and placed
through the regular process in
order to obtain the Valuable products.
The Victoria lacrosse twelve
is in the same position as the
Westminster champions now; they
have lo win every game t<> get a
chance tit the silverware.
ta    ���$    Si
President Graham of the Pacific
Coast League, placed a $50 fine
and suspension for a week on
Patsy O'Rourke, the manager of
the Sacramento baseball club, who
assaulted Umpire Hildebrand.
aaa
Joe Tinker of the Chicago Cubs,
regarded as one of the best shortstops who ever lived, was fined
$150 and suspended for the balance
of the playing season, Manager
Chance charging him with gross
indifference and with insubordination. Behind the suspension
of Tinker there arc stories of
disruption in the ranks of the Cubs.
aaa
Ted Sullivan, who has been a
prominent figure in baseball (or
many years, is in Seattle. Hc says
that he litis purchased the release
of Catcher Foumier from Vancouver for the Boston Americans.
The price was not stated. "I look
him for his hitting ability," said
Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan will be in
Seattle for about a week.
aaa
Tommy Bums, formerly world's
heavyweight champion, who was
badly injured last December in
an inlerurban wreck, now finds
himself in worse shape than immediately following the accident.
Although the doctors who examined
him at the time confidently expected that he would be all right
in three months at the outside, it
has now been nearly eight months
since the accident occurred, and
and examination yesterday showed
thai lie was no better off than he
has been at any time since he left
his lied.
aaa
Jim Jeffries, that other former
world's heavyweight champion, en
route for Alaska on a three months'
hunting trip, has no other ambition than to return to that dear
Los Angeles when he is through
with the brown bear of Alaska
and feed the chickens. He has no
pugilistic plans for the future and
will devote his energies to the
personal enjoyment of James J.
Jeffries. By a careful dodging of
his many friends hc was just
able to catch the steamer Jefferson
at Seattle on his way to Alaska,
After his limning trip is over he-
will ri turn by way of Seattle.
Ti    ri    ri
Toronto,   Aug.   14.���(Special)���
Articles ol agreement for a boat
race lor the championship of America between J. lltuki it and Eddie
Diirnan have been received duly
signed by former and seem to
meet the demands of the Toronto
sculler. Conditions call for a
race of three miles with turn on
the Rain> River on Thursday
September 21st, referee to be
mutually agreed upon.   The race
is for one thousand dollars a side.
ALFRED CARSS,   C. V. BBNNRTT. B.A.
of Brlti.h Columbls of U.C. Ontario. Sal
ami Manitoba llara. katchewim   nnd Al-
,        berta Bare.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllce-Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth .treet. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denial operations skilfully treated. Ga. and
local anesthetic, administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Holirerson Block. Pnnce Ruoert. ii-12
Alex.M.Manaon h.a..     W.E.WIIIIams.B.A.. I..UD
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Hamsters, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX 21
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PITH. OT WM. FOION, ESQ., A.H.A.*., J ON., KNO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS 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 A SADDLERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Uth Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frani Wllcsek, Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
====E.
It wouldn't pay a merchant to
advertise goods unless it would
pay the ad-reader to buy them.
EBY   CO,   Co.===
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prlno-   Rupert  Lndae.  No. SIS. Sons  of
Enaland. meeta the lir.t  ami  third Tueedays   In
each month In the Carpenter. Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Boa S1J  Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box IB
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A KM1.AI.MKU
STOCK COI|PI.��TK                       PHONI 19
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 953. til
GO JOURNEYING
r--=EAST=
Round     Trip    Excursion
Tickets   on   Sale   during
August
At Reduced Rates
Good for stop-overs on thc
0R1ENTALL1M1TED
Through to Chicago without
change. ���The Finest Train.���
Through a gloriouB couhtry.���
Meals and appointments unsurpassed.
Rogers Steamship
Agency
Second Avenue, Head Centre St.
Tel. 116.
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and KMBALMERS
Funeral   Directors
8rd Ave. nesr 6th St. Phone No. 86
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Aients
Orders promptly SIM.   Prices reasonable.
I OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre Bt    Phone l
'8 THE   DAILY NEWS
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WORST STRIKE RIOTING
IN ENGLAND'S HISTORY
,17.
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Police, Military, and Railway Employees Fought withj )
Fixed Bayonets on the Streets of Liverpool���
Bars Looted and Houses Fired���Many
Killed and Injured.
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(Canadian Pri ss 1 >< spate).)
Livi rpool, Aug. 15. Te>day bsw
ci'i* of the worst clashes between
a mob .'I strikers and the police
that has ever happened in the j
history of Engl tnd. One policeman was killed, many were injured, and scores of rioters suffered
death or serious injury. Skulls
were fractured by missiles recklessly hurled, and the police driven
to desperate straits l.y the frantic
attacks of the mob used clubs
heavily doing serious execution
amongst the rioters.
Fired Houses
-kttlls are critical. The exact list
of those killed and injured cannot
yet Ik* obtained. The mob took
advantage of the relaxation .>f
police control after the officers
had been on day and night duty
for an extended spell, and the
looting of liar rooms led to the
heavy list of casualties.
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"The News" Classified Ads-
=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
Trouble Extending
London, Eng., Aug. In.���There
is now ;��� danger of the whole
transportation system of England
and Scotland's being tied up by *>.
the strike of railway employees.!!
The authorities all over the British! j
Two houses wen* fired, many Isles are preparing to face the'}
bar rooms were wrecked anil looud, complete paralysis of business all j
and the strikers inflamed with over the l'nited Kingdom. Ex- j
stolen liquor even when confronted l tensions of the strike are threaten- j
ard il.it s<d by a hastily organised I id from all commercial centres j
Ixth of ti ps with fixed bayonets, row that the effect of the strikers' | *^
repeatedly riformul and renewed success in London has encouraged
the rioting. Again and again the I disaffected employees in other parts
soldiers had :.�� charge, and theIBesides the outbursts in Liverpool
wounds inflicted with bayonetslecute strike difficulty is expected
and the butt-ends of titles will now from Sheffield, Bristol, Man-
in many cases it is feared, prove Chester and Glasgow. The mem
fatal. Hundreds of broken heads in these centres are all threatening
art* being treated at the hospitals, to go out. and are holding frequent
and numerous cases of fractured meetings.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors  and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ���Houses and Rentals.
Lost and Found
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Loal-A Ladies' Uold Watch,
turning to News Office.
Reward at r*-
!���:���
Money to Loan
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Money to'Loan on Prince Rupert Ii.'al Estate.
!     Agreements of sale bought.    P.O. Box ���**-*-���
tf-lsl.
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For Lease
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BOYS! I
Two Five Dollar bills to
be Riven away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
the News office.
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For Rent
Furnished room, with bath.    tar-
the week.   Talbot House.
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i.l rate. b>
K'"!f
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GROUND
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hnrt building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
Ihe Best Business Corner in Prince
-Hi
;h this.
.   Whit
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
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Apply
Jeremiah H* Kugler, Ltd.
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SiSElSE3SE^8SE16E3SGISeQKlSSSE��B��-
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Do away with this.    Patronize a whits
laundrv.   White labor only at
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POLICE AFTER
THE ROOTERS
Needy Furnished rooms, aentlen*. *i preferred -
Apply Mr.. Mullin. over Maje.n. Theatre,     tf
Mclntyre Hall, for ronrerta. entertainments.
dances, etc.   Apply J. II. Roger., phone lie.
Nice Furni.hed Rooms. Mrs. Greenwood. Aider
Block; Third Ave. MS**tf
New live room house, cor. Ith A*.,*, and B��waer
street.   .*-':. a month.   Phone S ur P.O. 1- ". ��W.
lt��)-tf
To Rent-S room house, hot and eld water, balh
and ever*)' modern convenience. W" a munth.
Cor. Young St. and 8th Ave. Api-Ij P.O. bu�� ���>"**.
For Sale
AUCTION SALE
"THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME."
Residents Within a Mile Radius
of the  Indoor Baseball  Dia-
��� ���**�� xsmsm*1
Help Wanted
3
ut
65
i tl and 4
7 and 8
Block
34
14
36
Section
8
8
Come in and see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
mond are up in Arms about  wanted-Gond smtt boy to heii. m kitchen and j
make himself generally useful.    Apply Jame.
the Row Raised at Matches.      Hotel. 3rd Ave., corner of
LINE TO RED CLIFF
Luncheon   Held   to
Opening of C.  N.
Celebrate
E.  Line
To celebrate the completion of
th< ('. nadian North Eastern line
io Ru! Cliff mine, president Ers-
kii. Smith, and the directors of
Rc.1 Cliff gave a luncheon at the
mine lasi week. Congratulatory
spceche - wi re given on the progress
of the company and the success
which will row attend the efforts,
m.w thai it will be possible to start
shipping "re.
GREAT FRUIT COUNTRY Tonight   the   Empress   Maple
  Leafs meet the Brotherhood ("res-
Mr. Robert Allison Brings Good cent*, on the Indoor Ba>eball Di.i-
Reports from Kitsumkalum
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iti^G.R.NADENCOMPANY
For Sale
Limited.
Mr. Rolxrt Allison, who is well
known both here and in Victoria,
has   returned   to   the   city   from
Kitsumkalum  enthusiastic  over
what  he saw of the  fruit  crop.
The   friut   there  is  in  splendid "T"
. ���       ...  'he  a
montl. Leafs
for this game,
a    formidable
are hot favorites
but Crescents are
outfit   and   Leafs
-~*~~-"���~*   Second Ave.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
ionditii.il and ready to ship. All
kinds of berries were selling at a I
dollar a pail. The strawberries
and raspberries were the finest
I have ever seen. There is a great
future there for the fruit growers,"
he said.
Mr. Allison pointed out that the
mu*-t go some to beat them,
Rooters are planning a regular
riot of vociferous encouragement
again, and resident- withinjja mile  t*
radius   of   thc   neighborhood   of|$
arena of  play are  inv
C.aiting Range and Kitchen Furniture. Appl)
Cor. ��lh and Cotton Street.. 1 ��� ���- at
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey houae. household good.. Near Prince Ruperl. A snap If
taken at once.   Address B->x 3*S>. tf
For Sale-Owner will wll fo-.rg.aal lot. No*, t).
24. IS and 2->. Block 27. Section j. Taylor street.
���lie 41 x 2S % laa. al ITOu each, on reasonable
terms.   Apply Bon W��. P.0 . Prince Rupert.
lTS-lKi
$50
Cash will handle a nic lot in '
Section 7. Price $325. Balance I
monthly
I /*��*e 15 snd ***. Block 49, .-section 7
L.015 $>75 each,
$150 cash, balance
Easy i
��� Insurance ���
''<   -t IV 12_     *>*^a.a^^^aw^fc.*aaw..^aa^w..^..a^,^fc..^a���y.^*a>
in cOtto.l Wool for iluir ears, and !0UR Cmp.nl,. .�� noted f..r prompt .adjust
whit is m.ir. nminniia rnmnlain. settlemente. We write ever)- known class of
WI1.U  Is mori  omit on, complain-      |nlurm���M. The Mack Realt> and Insurance Co.
ing to the police. + *>
Rooters Bewarel   Co i.i-\  0.1   I       D     ��� m. I
Business   Chances
Wedding Last Night
Riv. W. II. McLeod last night
solemnised the wedding of Mi-s fruit up the Skeena comes in at
Blanche Lessard and Mr. George
.'..���/l.y both of Prince Rupert.
Tin wedding ceremony was a very
quiet  on,- ;���;  the pastor's house,
easy.
LoU on Summit Avenue at $500.
terms.
\partment for rent. $20 a month. Nice  <
view.
For Fire, Life and Accident Insurance .
see me.
i LoU in Fort George at $M.OO cash and
(10 a month.     For free maps
and information see me. Now   ���
is the time to buy lots in Fort {t
George.
Gents' Furnishings
Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Rubber Goods, Underwear, Fixtures and Fittings, Travelling Bags, etc.
The Balance of Stock of C. B. Schreiber & Co.,
who are relinquishing business, to be    :-:       :���:
Sold Without Reserve by PUBLIC
AUCTION at	
Schreiber's Store
Centre Street, Prince Rupert, commencing
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th, at 2 and 8 p.m.
FRANK A. ELLIS
AUCTIONEER
afterwards friends of the young
coupli celebrated tit. ".���'.'-i"ti tit-
tingly, and congratulations were
show, red upon bride and groom.
Settle Saturday
The two Japs who got Bcrapping
tn Cassiar Cannery the other day
will answer for their conduct on
Mason is just alK.ut over, and that
the later maturing fruit has a rich i
flavor and .i size all its own.
I saw enough thire to prove
to me what can be done by anyone
who K"< ���* i'i"1 the fruit growing
business," he saiil.
Skeena River
Water in the Canyon today i
.'t    six   inches   1k.1ow   zero   and
falling.     River boats are making
i;.khI progn M.
the exclamation mark- tonight
like goixl boys, and cut out -nine
of the more ear-splitting yelps
of encouragement for rumor hath
it thai two |��ili<e commissioners,
one vigilant chief of police, four
wide awake constables, and .1
whole long suffering neighborhood
will be on the job tonight with
ear- pricked up like Irish tirritrs
to let themselves loose on anything
of wood, metal, or flesh and bone
! that ventures to make a nioise
. louder than the siren of the Prince
George. These are the limits, l-oys.
Keep within  them.
Good money in Moving Pictures. Wanted- A
party to start moving picture show in Prince
Rupert    tt rite me for particulars.
J0HN DYBHAVN Xrand  Hotel.
Change of Ownership.
Pattullo. Block
Watertown. Wis.
II    Davis.
117-arl
SLOAN SUIT CLUB
NOTICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
ia fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
All del.Kates  throughout the  constituency will  please  endeavor to be
present
BUSINESS-Selection of a candidate to contest  scat  in Dominion Par
liament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)
H. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
Foil
.wing  are  the  iv inner
1st   tt
eek
No.
9-
F. E. Morgan,
No.
10
-W, G. Manson,
No.
II
W. H. Stewart.
No.
13
���W. T. Like.
No.
13
Prank E. Cullcn.
No,
ll
< ieorge Friuell.
No.
16
R. Brawn.
No.
Iii
C. II. Kearns.
FOR SALE
Steam Tug  "Nagasaki."
Length 50 ft., beam 9 ft., draft 4 ft.
6 in., - H.P. .���: i-;:.,'. Boiler used three
seasons, now in use as Cannery tender.
May be seen at Port Nelson Cannery.
Naas river. For further particulars
apply lo W. Lord. Port Nelson, or H.
Bell-Irving & Co.. Vancouver, B.C.
ise-ta
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
Tth and 8lh St Wc
have moved from the
Hart  Block :
Worktngman's Home
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN  TOWN   FOR THE   MONEY
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Notice of Assignment
Take notica thai   Harry  if  Morton, ol tb*
City ol Prince Rupen. in the Province ol llri.i.h
< olumbia. merchant, did on the 6th day ol August.
ISII. make an eaa.--nm*nt lor the l*en*Sl ol Ha
cr*dllora to David ilordnn Stewart, ol Princ* Rupert, aforesiad, merchant
And further lak* r.o-ic* that a nw.lmj ol ihe
f   - ! creditors ol the ..id  Harry  H.  Morton, lor the
."l    purpose ol fnir.f direet'nn. with reference <o the
dxpoeal of the aetata, will be held at the office ol
Williams a   Mar..,.-. Solicitor), lleltrraon lllwk.
Prince Rupert. II. X .. on Thuraday, Ihe ITth da>
ol Au��u.t. ISII. a. the hour ol eleven o'clock In
the forenoon
11   tt. STKWART.
AaalKne*.
Regular Peaches
Some of the largest peaches ever
seen  in  Prince  Rupert arrived  in
the last consignment received by
Messrs, Stalker & Wells. They
are Californian and quite worth
seeing.
BORN
At Prince Ruperl on August 14th
to the wife of J. II. Thompson
daughter.
John Kadakas
Third Avenue       Bet. 7th and 8th Sts
OXnaOOO(X��0<XX3CXX��GXX9000CO
POLICE WATCHES
Change in Windsor Hotel
Through the agency of M.  M.
Stephens A Co., Mr. Roben Ash-
I ind  has sold  hi*, interest  in  thc
Windsor Hotel to Mr. \V. H.
Wrighl of this city. "Billy"
Wrighl as he is familiarly known,
i*. one of Prince Ku|K-rt's pioneers,
having been associated with Mr.
T. I). Pattullo In the real estate
business. Mr. Wright who is an
experienced hotel man intends making many changes ill the arrangement and plan of the Windsor
Which under his management and
well known popularity will become
a join of the most popular hotels
'in the city.
All Varied in limt in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a :      :
Reliable SUndiid Walch
You would always have the
Correct Tim*
Only reliable watches arc
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official    Walch     Inspector.
�������>����
R. W. Cameron & Co
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue
PHONE 82
Some of the leading
wholesale druggists
have just sent us some
new perfumes, preparations and toilet
necessities    :   :   :   :
Wccarrv only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department is a specialty
C. H. Orme
"THK nOW bRlTiGIHT"
Second Ave. Phone No. 82
I >^.^^VMVVVVM--��i^--**^'--hAAAA** >
Thiiii lo trite notfer that I.J>hn Good
������"M mv butin-ptt at the Grand H -t*        G* jfj
Bnx.-t-r.ui.    All per��e>nt holdin* ic      '��� -u* ir.tt
the Granel Hotel are revues led t   - ���        ' ��� - ���' '
at once to me. fur payment.   All mti *''
Grand Hotel are to be paid toQeorfi Bi di   ������*
183-tf JOHN GOODMAN
.Whites Portland Cement..
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125       Naden Block       Second An
Notice.
In the County Court of Atlin. holden it
Prince Kupert.
In the matter of the Oriioi'il A '��� "���-������
trator's Act, and in the matter M
the estate of John  Flal
ceased, intestate.
Take notice that by tin* order of Wl
Honor, Judge  Young, msdi   tl    -*''r'
day of July. A.D., lull. I *..- sptylnt-
ed administrator of the estat.'
John Flanagan deceased. SI Is
having claims  against  tha * ',;'
are  hereby required to for**
propurly  verified to me v.x ',''
the 20th  day of August.  A D-. ���'";
and  all  parties  indebted  ti
estate are required to pay tl
of their indebtedness to me I   '' ��� ; ���'')���
Hated this 28th day of J        *"v-<
1911
JOHN H. McMUl UN.
Official Ado ���       :'tor
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
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DMHMMM
FOR  RENT
Store IliiiUIina on Second   Avenue  ami
Seventh Street.   Low Rent.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Skeens I ,* I Diatriet  -Dislrlrt ot Coast Range V
Take notice that Jeaee M. Tallman ol Cedar
Rapida,    Iowa,   occupation    lawyer,    intends    to
apply lor permiaaion  to purchaaa the  following
j deacrihed lands:
!KKKX*t*t*flOtX CotnmendnR ai a i��..t planted ..n ill-* *ou*hrrl>
ahoreBof Kuttymateen Inlet on lhe right bank
i of a small stream Sowing into said Inlet just eaat
: ol Crow I ;.k.' Thence south 20 chains, thence
' west 20 chsins more or leea to the shore Una of
. Crow l*ake, thence northerly and easterly tol-
1 lowing the shore line* of Crow I...k,>. the Inlet
, to Crow Lake and Kutieymateert Inlet to the
, place ol commencement,  containing  forty  acres
more or leaa.    I,ocated August 7, 1011.
Dated Aug. 9, 1��U. JESSE M. TALLMAN
1 l-iil.. Aug. 12.
The   Iloard   ol   Railway   Com*-i-
Canada  will   hold   a  sitting  si       ���
B. C, on or about the 19th day ol A
at the hour ot 11 o clock in th.* 1- ���
purpose   of    hearing    mslters,    art-
complaint* Sled with the Iloard and ���
the  partlea   interested   In   accordar
Rule* and Regulations of the Boar)
By Order ot the Foard.
A. D. CARTWRIl.t!-
Board ol Railway _      .
Commiealoner* for Canada.
Dated at inlaws thia 26th Day ol W* ���
... for
lluperl.
..'.   1911.
lor the
...  or
1 upon
. :* XX*
jpS..>:w:Sn��:8:8:8^
INVESTMENTS
REAL
ESTATE
JEREMIAH     H.     KUGLER
He sells Buildinjrs       He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Oravel and Marble Deposits
.^��:G:^u.U:��:S:��.S:G.S:Si
Lut Your  Propertie,   with  Jeremiah H. Kugl
He buys Leases
He loans Money-
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses
He rents Stores
il
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""."���" Second  Avenue, Prince  Rupert,  B. C. }i>
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