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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a
Aug. 3.
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The Daily Nwm
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VOL. II, NO. 174
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, Augu.st3. 1911.
Price Five Cents
AN POWER OFfER
WILL ASK COMMISSION TO
ALTER FREIGHT RATES
Question of Exorbitant  Freight Rates to be Brought
Before the Railway Commission by the Board
of Trade���Want Charges to be Fixed by
Freight
THEY MADE HIM
KEEP HIS WORD
Maintaining that the freight
rates between he-re and Vancouver
are not on an equitable basis
the lit.i.rtl of Trade last night
empowered the council of the
lliK.nl to acquire all the infor-
iii.ii ion on the matter possible
with ;i view to laying it before
ilu: Railroad Commission when
thai body is here em August 11
iind endeavor to get redress for
whal now seems to be wrong in
the charges.
The assistance of the Boards of
Trade of Vancouver, Victoria and
"ihtr coast cities will be asked
to iti.l the local Hoard lo poinl
out tin* necessity of an alteration
in the rates ami method of classification to the Commission.
The contention is that a rate
fixed for the weight of goods, anil
in* ;i charge made by space
would be ii better system than
ihe one now in vogue.
A letter from the Commission
stated that the application <>f
John Y. Rochester, Georgetown
Lumber Company, Union Transfer Company, Weatenhaver Bor-
ihers, Westholme Lumber Company and W. H. Law of Prince
Rupert, B. (*., fur an order under
Section 238 directing the Graid
Trunk Pacific Railway Company
to construct a bridge across part
of the entrance to Cameron Bay
so ;'s to leave an entrance of 4")
feet for the passage of barges
and other small craft beneath the
same from Prince Rupert harbor
to the said Cameron Bay would
be heard here.
The Boarel agreed that if any
of the applicants wanted the assistance it would be cheerfully given
for the asking.
Several  other minor matters
were settled.
RAN RACE IN A STORM
Power Boat Caroline First  in
New York to Halifax Contest
Halifax, Aug. 2.���Badly buffeted
by a severe storm that broke off
the Nova Scotia coast, last night,
the* power boat Caroline, owned by
M. F. Dennis and the favorite
in ihe reciprocity boat race from
New York ,.. Halifax, crossed the
linisli line off ihe Royal Nova
Scotia Yacht Club pier r.t 1.30
;..m. today, apparently tlie winner
of ihe contest. The (Y.rloi.ie
covered the 553 miles between
Cravesen Br.y ard Halifax in
exactly 57 hours.
MEAT STRIKE THREATENED
Dock Laborers in London, Eng.,
Tying up Business.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Aug. 3.���The meat ir-
adc ..I England is seriously threat-
'">d by :i strike* of 12000 dock
aborers at the London docks
today growing out of a wage
dispute. At least twenty vessel?
wiih liecf cargoes are unable to
dischargt.
McBRIDE  WILL  BE  BUSY
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Golden, B. C, Aug. 3.���"I
shall take active part in the
forthcoming elections and devote my interest to those districts in which my efforts will
be productive of good results,"
said Premier McBride, as he
passed through here this morning en route for home. Rumor
that Bowser will contest Van
couver he said is false.
Posse of Prisoners Chased and
Beat a  Prisoner Who Fled
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Reno, Aug. 3. When James An-
tone, embezzler, escaped from the
road gang of convicts near Carson
yesterday, three- convicts, two murderers and the other a horse
thief, headed a posse ar.d captured
him in the mountains, Antone,
when captured, was soundly .���..bused by murderers, horse thieves, and
burglars for breaking his word
of honor given to Warden Baker
not to escape.
The convicts swore a month
ago ihat they would capture the
next man who escaped.
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BASEBALL SCORES j
Northwestern League
Tacoma   1,  Vancouver  3;
innings.
Seattle 4, Spokane 2.
Portland 9, Victoria 8.
National League
Chicago I, Brooklyn 0.
New York 8, Pittsburg I.
Boston 5, Si. Louis 2.
No other g.-tnis.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 4, San Frai cisco 5.
Oakland 0, Sacramento 5.
Los Angeles 4, Vernon 2.
American League
St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 8.
Cleveland 10, New York (i.
18
FI1W 40 MILES
IN 50 MINUTES
Two Aviators Fly from Toronto
to Hamilton One Flew Across Lake.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Aug. 3. The lirsi long
disiar.ee aviation Might ever attempted in Canada took place
today between Hamilton and Toronto when J. A. 1). McCurdy
and Charles WHlard Hew forty
miles in fifteen minutes. Willard
followed .he line of the railway
track- while MeCurtly flew across
Lake Ontario. Both wi re welcomed by thousands of peoplt.
Washington 3, Chicago 1.
Boston 7, Detroit 3.
BOARD OF TRADE FAVORS
TSIMPSEAN CO.'S OFFER
Thinks That the Terms Offered Are Very Fair, and That It Would
Be to the Best Interests of the City to Make a Long Term
Agreement���Suggest to Council to Get the Opinion of
an Electrical Expert and a Franchise Lawyer
Before Closing Agreements
MOVING PICTURE MAN TOOK
PICTURES OF "RED DEVIL"
Mr. Harbeck Was on  the Job Just as the Motor Fire
Engine Was Called to a Fire���Got Good Pictures
of the Harbor Too
Just i.s the fire alarm was rurg
in yesterday afternoon when ilu
( In:.on   rotim*,   were  ablaze   Mr.
"��� IL Harbeck, thc moving pic-
tun man who arrived here yesier-
li;'> to lake films of this district,
j ���'' i'i"'' il to be on Borden s.rect
I wi'i. his machine.   He had a fine
j** "f i'll   that  was  going  on
ln'lw the hill.    He quickly set
up his machine and photographed
approach of the motor fire
"Kim',  the  running  out   of   the
'���"*���. the smoke belching out of
I1"' ""��� of the house and all the
""'���""���ing incidents of the fire.
Took Picture of Harbor
1 ������'��� '���'�����" in the afternoon he was
'''i*''*1 all around the harbor r.rd
up ,0 Sl'.*l Cove.   Several hun-
". ����������� Of film was used on all
KM scenery along the water.-
i'i"-se  pictures when  dear the
nn-
Iron
Ve,��I*d will be shown al
world,
litis
again
"���"'beck   left   for  Sicwari
"""'���ling.     He  will
"morrow.
Ik-   here
"*"riuin Piunear Cleoners. Phone 4
TO ERECT HOTEL
IN JASPER PARK
G. T. P. will Build Big Tourist
Place near the Hot Springs in
Fiddle Creek.
Edmonton, Aug. 3.���-A sin- for
a large palatial tourists' hotel in
Jasper Park, in the vicinity of the
hot spririgs up lhe valley of
Fiddle Creek, has been selected
by H. R. Charlton of Montreal,
general advertising agent for lhc
Grand Trunk Pacific and the
Grand Trunk railway system. Hc
reached Edmonton yesterday after-
a trip over the right of way through
Jasper Park. The chief object
t f his trip was to select the hotel
si, i'.
Last summer Mr. Charlton spent
some time in Jasper Park making
investigations as to the most suitable location for a big tourists'
hotel. On his return from the
park he prepared a report on the
different hotel sites there and on
this trip made a select ion of one
of these.
By a unanimous vote the Board
of Trade endorsed the Tentative'
Agreement of the Tsimpsean Light
mil Power Company at a meeting
last night.    Hire is the resolution
moved by H. F. McRae end
seconded by VY. P. Lynch:
"That inasmuch as the
Tsimpsean Light and Power
Company are asking for no
exclusive rights in this agreement, thus leaving the city
in a position to develop their
own power at any time they
wish, that the Board of Trade
put itself on record in favor
of this Tentative Agreement
subject to the minor changes
recommended by the committee and that a copy of
this resolution be sent to
the City Council."
Report was Read
The report of the spe-cial rim-
miiiee of the bor.rd wiis read by
J. H. Pillsbury. It first commented on tin* prices and measure-
mem suggested by the company:
"There is no explanation in the
company's proposals as to how
the prices of power delivered are
lo be based," it said, A price* of
so much per horse power per year
is set forth varying in accordance
wiih the amount of power used
within  certain   limits.     It   is  the
custom when selling electrical power to base ihe measurements by
what is known its the peak load.
The Tsimpsean Company has nothing io say on this point.
Continuing the report explained
methods of charging for power
ard  compared   lhe*  prices  of  the
chief cities antl towns of Canada.
Favor Long Agreement
Another clause read "We* may
be obliged to pay more* for power
in the future if a reasoiiiil.li price
is nol fixeel upon from the start
with a re-liablt company for a
fairly long term of years."
"We expect within the next
five years to see numerous Industrie's established here requiring
power and if it is true, and ii
probably is, that the Tsimpsean
Company have nearly nil thc
Water power in the vicinity coralled
such concerns would be in a bad
position if only a short agreement
wire made*.   They would probably
prefer  a   guaranteed   reasonable
rate for a long term, for they
would then know what to depend
upon. The longer ihe agreement,
Che cheaper the riles thai may Ik-
reasonably expected.
Suggestions to Council
Concluding   the   committee   recommended a ge-w other changes
and suggested ihat the city council, in the event of adopting the
agreemeni wiih ihe company, employ an expert electrical engineer
and an ex|ieri franchise lawyer.
Mr. R. Brutinel, who was present at the mcetiig was asked
several questions, which he explained very satisfactorily. He-
stated   ihat   as  ai   present  ne-
gotiitilioiis \i.*re now being held
with lhe city council he did not
wish to disclose the plans of the
company for fear that ii might
be construed he was trying .to
influence things in favor <>f the
company.
Will Spend Money
"We are prepared to commence
at once .ind spend two millions
and i. half <>f dollars," said Mr.
Brutinel. "We have the money
and I am not i.dki ig through my
Inu and when this amount is
gone we have more. We will
Start work ihi-a week on ihe
erection <>f a plant at Khtnda
Falls i'ld if .'ii agreement with
ihe city is reached we shall be
able n. supply power here within
���' year."
Mr. Brutinel intimated thai his
company would bring oilier in-
dtisiries of iheir own here. The
supplying of |iowi*r and light was
not the limit of what they Would
d...
President A. J. .Mortis was
chairman of die meeting.
MOTHER BETRAYS SON
FOR OLD TIME MURDER
She Was the Only Witn.ss When W. E. Lonrberry Killed  His   Wife near Tillsonburg ��� Confronted
With Evidences of His Deed Man Makes
Full Confession
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Detroit,   Aug.   3.���After   concealing   the  murder  of  his  wife
for six long years,  W.   K.  Lons-
berry, a Canadian from the village
of Malice near Tillsonburg, is in
ii cell here, betrayed by his own
mother. Since his arrest the dead
body of bis wife has been unearthed
from beneath the floor of his bam
and Lonsberry has made a clean
breast of the whole affair.
Story of the Crime
Mrs. Lonsberry, the wife, dis-
appeared six years ago on January 5th, 1005, and her husband
gave it out thai they had quarn ltd
anil she had left home. Nothing
more was thought about tin matter until about two months ago,
when Lonsberry's mother, who is
eighty-three years old, and who
waa living with her son, went
io lur minister and told him that
she bad seen her son kill his wifi
six years ago. On the clergyman's
advice she went recently to Sheriff
Donovan and repeated the story
io him.
Dug the Body Up
Mrs. Lonsberry, senior, insisted
thai her son had buried the body
somewhere about the place. Ofii-
cers dug up the cellar uneler the
house anel searched two old wells
on the farm, but without re- It.
Yesterday they pulled up .,ie
floor of the sheep shell and began
to dig. Three feet down they
came upon the body of a dead
woman.
There were two gold rings on
one of the fingers, which Mrs.
Robin Fulton, a neigbhor, positively idfiit ili.'d as having belonged
to Mrs. Lonsberry.
Husband Confesses
When confronted with the facts
the husband announced that he
was ready to confess.
Hc said his wife ami his mother
did rot get along well together.
The wife had locked ibe old lady
upstairs, and ihis led to a quarrel.
He struck his wife several blows,
and she fell. She- lay without
moving, ard though he and his
mother tried to revive her their
elTorts were in vain.
This happened shortly before
noon on January 5, 1005. He
covered up the both* anil left ir
on the floor until midnight, when
he carried it out to the sheep
shed and buried ii under the floor.
Glad to Confess
At the conclusion of his confession Lonsberry said that he
felt relieved now that it was ;>lI off
his mind.
ARBITRATION   TRIUMPHS
(Canadian Press Des-iatt-h)
Washington, D. C., Aug. 3.���
The general arbitration treaties
between lhc United States and
Britain, and France constituting
the most advanced step ever taken
in family nations for the peaceful
settlement   of   disputes   will    In
signed tomorrow. Paris and Washington will be scenes of the conclusion of the negotiations of worldwide conventions.
AS  BIG   AS  EGGS
Strawberries Grown in Lakelse
Beautiful luscious strawberries,
as large, some of them, as a hen's
egg with a flavor ihat cannot lx*
beaten were on sale around the
city yesterday. These berries
e-ame from the Lakelse* Valley
and some of the best are grown
on the ranch of Arthur C. Little,
the well known news agent, a id
Dan Stewart's ranch in the Lakelse
Valley.
THE FIRST TWIN SCREW LAUNCH IN RUPERT
Handsome New Craft Built at Hays Creek by A. G. McLaren and H. Davidson- i
Double Engined, Lighted with Electric Light and Beautifully Modelled
MOTOR FIRE ENGINE DID
SPLENDID WORK YESTERDAY
It Extinguished  a  Bad  Blaze at  the Clinton  Rooms
Within Half an Hour, Travelling Over Rough
Roads in Record Time���Good Work Done
within ihrei minutes after it was
known there was a fin Driver
Gibson ln.il his engine mi the
job at Fraser stre-ei despite ihe
rough road.
Assistant Chi. f Macdonald had
Today the first twin-sreew gasoline launch built in Prince Rupert lies at the Davis boat stage.
The new launch is named the
"Nimrod" and belongs to its bull-
dcrsMessrs. A. (i. McLaren and II.
Davidson.
In every reaped this boat is
I'd io rank amongst the finest
of Prince Rupert's growing fleet
of .smart launches. Thirty-two
feet long, ten feet in the beam, and
drawing four feel of water, the
Nimrod is built according to the
latest eastern model wiih overhanging stern. She is built throughout of fir, with white oak
frame, and her power consists of
two 5 H. P. "Knox" engines
brought specially from her builders' home city, Camden, Maine.
Templeman'8    Denial
Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 3���
A telegram received in the
city today from Hon. Wm.
Templeman denies the report that he will not stand
for re-election. He may
stand in his old constituency
of Victoria.
.4
She will nii'ki about ten mill s per
hour.
Worth $2000
Wliep complete tin Nimrod will
represent an outlay in c?sh and
labor of about 12000. She took
two months to build, and thrfei
months morc to finish the hull
iTil In.us., ii.. The arrangt mint
of engines nii'kts the boat very
roomy inside. Ibr cabins are
built iii natural colored fir. and
have c bet ti Inches headroom.
Ample deck room is a feature
aiil ihe whole appearance of the
bo; , is vi'. hl-like.
M,-' >��� special  features belong
��� (Continued on page 6.)
Damage t<> the extent of |500
was done by lire yesterday afternoon to the Clifton Rooms, boarding and rooming house on Fraser
slid l   near   Eighth.    The  loss  is
covered by insurance, Nothing
but ilu- quick response to the
alarm and splendid work of the
fire department saved a more
serious conflagration.
The alarm was rung in at 3.45.
Crowds  of  people   rushed   io  the
bunting bouse.    Big tongues <>f
flame were shooting  through  the
roof and residents in neighboring
houses made haste to clear everything out to the safety zone.
Tin re was no lack of helpers.
Every abb   bodied  man  helped
run out ihe hose or lend a hard
Io gel  things out  of the bur  i' g
place.
Chief   Mclnnes   and   bis   nun
worked   splendidly   and    in
ilian hall an hour got the fin
his eye slightly Injured by being
hit wiih the nozzle of a hose.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson own the
Clinton Rooms ard the only explanation they can give as the
cause is spontaneous combustion
in a pile of mattresses in ;i top
room of the house. The fire was
confined to ilu* top floor and roof.
Ilu- nexl  lire ill  Prince Rupert
may visit your home.
If  you   iii'i i  io be  protected
from thi  disastrous ConSequer.CCS
ol ;��� lire i'i your  own home or
pl. ci of business consult the Mack
Realty Co.    Tiny an  agents for
���siall   die leading  reliable fire ln��
.. (surai ti companies.    Prompt set-
in spite of the fact lhat Uiey wm I ,ium.m ���f (m. l(,-)s-..s is a feature
handicapped by lack of ladders,L{ ikir ,)Usiilss.   Do not defer
by   poor   water   pressure   and   a, .     . .    ,
, .    ,.,..    ,. ,   , a, 1 this   important   mailer.     A   lew
rough   and   dillicull   road   to  get I '
around.  The advantage of having!nour�� ���on8et (U'b>' maV be (lis-
a motor lire reel was shown, for|a8Uoiis for you. THE DAILY NEWS
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assumes  is
the special
which  the  Conservative  party in  Canada
monopoly of United States politicians.
This was the evidence brought forward to substantiate the misrepresentation lhat a desire to annex Canada was in the minds of some
of those who drew up the reciprocity proposals.
Daily Edition.
Thursday. Aug. 3
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE BILL
In iluir efforts to defeat the bill to mutually remove taxation
from the exchanged food products of Canada and the United States,
Mr. Borden and his followers have been guilty of worse crimes than
robbing Western Canada and Bri,ish Columbia of their fair share
of representation at Ottawa. They have stooped to misrepresentation
of facts.
When tin- Conservative party took up the cause of the interests
who profit by keeping the taxes on food, they realised lhat some cry
was necessary to stampede ilu* public and frighten them from the
subject, if reciprocity was to be defeated. They realised that ret-ip-
rodty could not be defeated, save by misrepresentation. So they
embarked upon a policy of misrepresentation.
The truth of thc matter is that the reciprocity proposals arc
not in the form of a treaty.
An exchange of letters has been made between the two governments, in which it is proposed that certain duties on natural products
shall be mutually abolished, and on other articles mutually reduced.
There is nothing binding upon either party for a minute longer
than it desires to remain a consenting party.
The agreement���it is not a treaty���can be broken a week after
it is passed without impropriety, if it is not found lo be working to
mutual advantage.
A REMINISCENCE JFJMRLOCK HOLMES
THE ADVENTURE OF THE RED CIRCLE
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
One very significant thing in this connection occurred during
the passage of the bill through Congress, when Senator Cummin's
amendment (giving the President of the United States power to abrogate the agreement without consulting Congress if Canada abrogates
her part in it,) was rejected after thc argument of Senator Lodge
that "Canada's regard for the good faith of thc agreemeni would
prevent any such contingency."
This shows that the United States Congress fully realises the fact
that the agreement is terminable at will, and that the only assurance
of the permanence of the agreement is the goodwill of Canada, and
the satisfactory working of the agreement.
Canada does not abate one jot or tittle of her freedom by the
reciprocity agreement.
It will require something more than an absurd and untruthful
cry to convince the people of Canada that it is a sensible thing f'.r
ii man to tax himself on the food he eats.
The misrepresentation took the form that reciprocity was a
subtle il' vice '"' bring Canada i" a poini where she would desire to be
annexed or would have i" be annexed io the United States. It was
,i crazy and absurd cry to raise. More than that it was the most
unpatriotic and loyalty-insulting cry that could possibly be raised
in connection with thc reciprocity agreement. But the opponents
of redprocit) probabl) reasoned that they knew their own followers
lust. And ii is painfully true thai a large proportion of the electors
are content to ihink about public questions through another man's
brain.
The lirsi piece of misrepresentation was that reciprocity was
intended t" lead towards annexation. It was the kind of appeal calculated to stampede a well meaning but ignorant electorate. And it
was not easy 10 refute but of hand.
But an untruthful interpretation requires untruthful evidence
to support it. The opponents of reciprocity bail to find "facts" to
support iluir piece of misrepresentation. Ii was here that they fell
down,   li la here that iluir misrepresentation swallows itself.
I wi.s represented by the opponents of reciprocity that a treaty
was i'. I., made, binding Canada for a term of years in a hard and
fast agreemeni to ilu- changes in her tariff policy. It was represented
that Canada was parting wiih lur liberty to initiate antl readjust
her tariff policies, and would fall a helpless prey to the cuter brains,
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Read The Daily News
Copy
"Ah, yes, Watson���severely pra-1
ctical, ;is usual! What is at the
root of ii all? Mrs. Warren's
whimsical problem enlarges some-1
what and assumes a more sinister
aspect as we proceed. This much
we can say: that is no ordinary
love escapade. You saw the woman's face at thc sign of danger.
We have heard, too, of the attack
upon the landlord, which was
undoubtedly meant for the lodger.
These alarms, anil the desperate
need for secrecy, argue that the
matter is one of life or death. The
attack upon Mr. Warren further
shows that the enemy, whoever
they are, are themselves not aware
of the substitution of the fcniali
lodger for the male. It is very
curious and complex, Watson."
"Win should you go further in
it? What have you to gain from
it?"
"What, indeed. It is Art for
Art's sake, Watson. 1 itippose
when you doctoreel you found
yourself studying cases with.nil
thought of    fee?"
"For my education, Holmes."
"Education never ends, Watson.
It is a serious of lessons wiih the
greatest for lhe last. This is an
instructive case. There is neither
money nor credit in it, anil yet
one* would wish to tidy it up.
When dusk comes we* should find
ourselves one stage advanced in
our investigation."
When we returned ;<. Mrs.
Warren's rooms, the gloom of a
London winter evening had thickened int.. one grey curtain, a dead
monotone of colour, broken only
by the sharp yellow squares of the
windows and the blurred haloes
of the gas-lamps. As we |>cered
from the- dnrkciu-d siiiitig-rtK.ni
of the- lodging house, one more
dimlight glimmered high up through the obscurity.
"Someone   is   moving   in   thai
right, 1011, by the Century Syndicate
room," said Holmes in a whisper,
his gaunt  and eager face thrust
forward to the window-pane. "Yes,
I can see his shallow. There he is
again. He has a candle in his
hand. Now he is peering across.
He wants io be sure that she is
on the lookout. Now he begins
to flash. Take the message also,
Watson, that we may check each
other. A single Hash���that is
'A' surely. Now, then. How
many did you make it? Twenty,
So did I. That should mean 'T.'
AT���that's Intelligible enough!
Another "1". Surely this is the
beginning of a second word. Now-
then, TENTA. Dead stop. That
can't be all, Watson?   'ATTEN-
T.V gives no sense. Nor is it
any belter as three words���'AT
TEN TA' unless T. A.' are a per*
son's initials. Tlu re he goes again!
What's that? ATT I*.���why, it
iis the same message over again.
Curious, Watson, very curious!
Now he is off once more! AT���
why he is repealing il for lhe lliird
time. 'ATTENTA' three times!
How often will be repeat ii? No,
that seems to be lhe finish. Helms withdrawn from the window.
What do you make of it, Watson?"
"A cipher message, Holmes."
My companion gave a sudden
chuckle of comprehension. "And
not a very obscure cipher, Watson," said  be.    "Why of course,
ii is Italian I  Tin* 'A' means that
it is addressed <>> a Woman.   'Beware!   Beware!   Beware!'   How's
that, Watson?"
"I believe you have hit it."
"Not a doubt of it. It is a very
urgent message, ihrice repeated lo
make ii more s>>. But beware <>f
what? Wait a bit; he is coining
to the window once more."
Agi.iu wc -aw ihe dim silhouette
nf a crouching men and the* whisk
of .he small llame across the
window, as ilu- sigi als were re
newed. They came more rapidly
than before���so rapid that ii \VU'S
hard to follow them,
" 'PERICOLO'-'pericolo'-eh
what's that, Watson? Danger'
isn't it? Yes, by Jove, it's a dan'
ger signal. There he goes Bgain|
'PERL' Halloa, what on earth���"
( Thc light had suddenly mt
out, the glimmering square ���(
window hail disappeared, and the
third floor formed a dark band
round thc lofty building, wiih
its tiers of shining casements,
That last warning cry had been
suddenly cut short. How, and (.*,*
whom? The same thought oc-
curred on the instant to lis both,
Holmes sprang up from where lu*
crouched by the window.
"This is serious, Watson," In*
cried. "There is some devilry
going forward! Why should Buch
ii message stop iu such a way?
I should put Sen land Yard in
touch with this business���ami yet
it is too pressing for us to leave."
"Shall I go [or the police?"
"Wc must define the
a   lit lie   more   clearlv.
situation
It may
bear some more innocent interpretation.   Come, Watson, In iii
go across ourselves and see what
we can make of it."
(To be Continued)
MILLER ACCEPTS NOMINATION
After Consideration, Decides to
Stand for Haldimand
Toronto, Aug. 2. Word has
Imtii sent io the Liberals of ll.l*li*
maud County by R. P. Mill.r
of Ralnham centre, that In h. *
decided to accept ih. nomination
for ibe House of Commons tendered him by ihe Liberal pssocia*
lion of ibe ridii g some time ago,
and in connection nidi which In-
.'sked time for consideration.
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IF You have not visited our store it will PAY YOU TO DO SO NOW. Since lowering to street grade, we have our immense stock in good shape for your inspection and
convincing SALE PRICES in all grades of FURNISHINGS. :       :      :       :       :      :
Notice  Our Big
Go-Cart Special
Regular $13.60 and $12.50 Col-
lapseable Go-Cart, to Ct\
Sale Price - -   *}O��0V
Carpet Squares
All sizes and quality, at our Big
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The Special Offering in our Drapery Department are for you.
Sales Increasing daily. Make your selections while these good
values prevail. Madras. Scrims, Creetons and Muslins, all go
on Sale at '22< per cent, less, in some lines at Prices Cut in Two.
QUARTER OAK FURNITURE
BASKETS AND HAMPERS Used for soiled linen.    Re-
Kiilar price'V2..-VI.    Special Sale Price, each
Three different sizes for choice.
$1.00
Early English and Golden
Finish
Dressers and Stands, ChifTon-
niers, Bedroom Chairs and Rock-
era, Dining Tables, Leather Upholstered Oak Dining Chairs and
China Cabinets. All reduced to
.16 per cent, below regular values.
6 Only MORRIS CHAIRS,
Solid Oak Frames with Velour
and Tapestry Cushions. Regular
value $18.00. Special 1 A AA
Sale Price  -      -       .   iv.UW
The goods are placed below cost.
50 Only Oak Frame Leather
Upholstered Footstools
$1.50
Early English Finish.
Sale Price -
Iron Beds. Springs
and Mattress.
Iron Beds, any size.
Sale Price $3.50 and up.
Springs, any size,
Sale Price $2.50 and up.
Mattress, cotton tops,
Sale Price $3.50 and up.
CHILD'S  IRON  CRIBS
4 Different "Styles.
Child's Crib, Regular Value $10.00.   Sale Price       $7.00
Child's Crib, Regular Value $14.00.   Sale Price      9.00
Child's Crib. Regular Value $16.00.   Sale Price    11.50
Child's Crib, Regular Value $18.00.   Sale Price    13.00
All Iron Cribs have woven wire spring on iron frame.   Mattress to
fit cribs Sale Price from $2.00, 3.50 and 5.00.
Brass Curtain Poles, all sizes and trimmings to fit at Sale Prices.
ii*.*.*.*   GEO. D. TITE
Complete
House Furnisher
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A TWO DAYS CARNIVAL OF GENUINE BARGAINS
Friday and Saturday, Aug. 4th and 5th.
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800 Yards Print
Fast   color,     good   range-   of   pretty
patterns,   about 30   different designs,
usual  price  15c.;   sale price   | A
per yd     1UC.
No more than 15 yds. sold to one customer.
White and Colored
Flannelettes.
Over one thousand yards to choose from,
regular  values from  15c  to  20c.   per
S.8aleprice8p,:'r 10 & 15c
EMBROIDERIES AMD
INSERTIONS.
All widths, hundreds of designs, values
up to 15c yard, all go at sale    | A
price, per yard      1UC
Values 20c, 25c. and 35c. yard,    On
all go at sale price per yard...    *&UC
~~ WHITEWEAR
Ladies' White Cotton Drawers, open or
closed, trimmed with lace and embroidery,  usual   price  85c,   sale    ro
price     OOC
Usual price, 90c, sale price..     CC_
Usual price $1.00, sale price..     -7C*,
Usual price $1.50, now   1    IA
Usual price $2.50, now   |   -If
Ladies' White Chemises, embroidery
trimmed, regular price $1.25, QCa,
sale price      vvC
Regular Price $1.75 at  |   OP
Rugular price $2.60 at  1   OC
Ladies' White Night Gowns, lace and
embroidery trimmed, values $1.00 to
$4.50, sale price
25 per cent. Off.
LADIES' SUITS "
rhe Celebrated Northway Garments
One Navy Serge Suit, size 36, regular
price $35.00, sale price    OP   A A
One Suit Fawn Serge, Bize 34, regular
price $35.00, sale price    Of   A A
One Suit Navy Serge, size 40, regular
price $32.50, sale price    OO  A A
One Suit Black Serge with white stripe,
size 40, regular price $36.60, 0�� AA
sale price    bDivv
One Suit Grey Tweed, size 38, regular
price $33.00, sale price....   Oi  AA
White Bed Spreads
Values $1.65, $2.00, $2.50 and up to
$9.00 each. Sale price
Discount 25 per cent.
LACE CURTAINS^
Wc have them at from 60c pair up to
$7.00 pair and in lengths from two to
three-and-a-half yards. Sale price
Discount 25 per cent.
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our Regular Price $1.75     111
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Linen Table
Cloths and
Napkins
A Big Range to choose
from. Discount
throughout     :    :     :
25 per cent. off.
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We have just Completed our First Year
of Business in Prince Rupert, and to mark
the event, we have made Sweeping Reductions in Prices of almost every line, a
real " Carnival of Bargaius" lasting for
Two Days.
There are many things besides the ones
listed here that offer good opportunities
for the Economic Buyers, but we haven't
room to tell of them all. You'll have to
come and "See for Yourself."
"WE ALWAYS DO AS WE ADVERTISE"
and you can implicitly rely upon it that this
sale is honest in every particular.
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Sale Price���
Discount
5 per cent.
Crockery
and
Glassware
Sale Price���
Discount
20 per cent.
Ladies'  Lawn Embroidered Dresses
White and Colored
One White Lawn Dress, trimmed with
val insertion and all-over lace, skirt
trimmed with embroidery, | A A A
rcg. price $13.50, sale price lvs*7V
One White Lawn Dress, size 36, trimmed with val lace insertion, wide cmb
insertion round bottom of skirt, regular
price $9.00, sale price  C  OA
One White Lawn Dress, size 36, short
sleeves, lace and embroidery trimmed,
a very  pretty gown, regular A  OA
price $11.60, sale price  eJ.CV
One Mull Dress, Heliotrope, size 36,
beautifully trimmed with Valenciennes,
regular   price   $11.00,   sale     o   OA
One Pink Mull Dress, One Sky Mull
Dress, sizes 34 and 36, similar style to
proceeding, regular price O QA
$11.00, sale price  0*OU
Short Ends of Dress Goods
Cashmeres, Voiles, Serges, Venetian,
etc., to be closed out at sa .��� price���
20 per cent. off.
8 pieces Pongee Silk, in black, white,
reseda, pink, Drown, Copenhagen, navy,
gray, regular price per yard    gP
85c, sale price per yard      OaJC
200 yards Black and White Checked
Dress Goods, assorted checks, regular prices 65c, 75c, $1.00. $1.75, sale
price���
Discount 20 per cent.
Colored Dress Muslins
In stripes, spots and figures, values up
to 35c.   per yard, sale price,    QA
per ysrd     fcUC
Striped and Figured
Flannelette
Suii.-i1.le for making Waists and Kimo-
iin-. 20c values for 16c., 25c. values
for 20c.
Ladies' Ribbed Cotton
Vests
Regular values 15c to 76c, sale price
25 per cent. Discount
Ladies' Underwear
Silk and Lisle. Allwool. Cotton Combinations and Wool Combinations, etc.,
sale price���
25 per cent. Discount
Children's Dresses
Colored Gingham and Print, ages 2 to
16 years, regular prices $1.00 to $4.26,
Safe price���
25 per cent. Off
Ladies'  White  Duck
Skirts
Only one doz. of them on hand, they
are worth $1.76 each, sale 1 OP
price   l.tiO
White Embroidered
Waists
Sizes 34 to 42, regular values $1.26,
$1.75, $2.00, $2.60, $3.60, Sale AP.
prices $2.75, $1.85, $1.45, $1.30    UOC
Dress Lengths For
Evening Gowns
These are all late novelty
effects of which we bought
only one of a kind. They
contain 9 yards to length.
One roBe colored silk and wool crepe.
One rcd-and-grecn-Bhot silk   and wool
crepe.
One Helio and green-shot silk and wool
crepe.
One grey and helio-shot silk and wool
crepe.
Regular price   per length   | J   AA
$18.60, sale price per length   I Is *7V
Five DresB lengths in Silk Eoline, in
black, white, reseda, pink, yellow, 8
yards in length, regular price C O C
$9.00, sale price, per length..  V.tmO
Other lengths in silks, etc, all specially
reduced dtiaing sale.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
In Hosiery
66 Pairs  Ladies'  Lisle  Hose   in  Sky,
Champagne, Navy and Taupe, regular
value 40c per pair, Sale price     O p
per pair     LDC
60 Pairs Lisle Hose, embroidered, sky,
pink, white, helio, champagne, regular
price 75c per pair, sale price     PA
per pair      DUC
16 Pairs  Women's  Lisle   Hose, fancy
checks in brown and white, navy and
white, regular price  per pair    QA
45c, sale price per pair      JVC
24 Pairs Lisle Hose, Polka Dots in navy
and  white,   regular price per     QA
pair 45c, sale price per pair..     ajUC
36 pairs Tan Lace Lisle Hose, lace at
ankle only, regular prices 65c and 75c.
per pair, sale price per pair...     A p
24 pairs Ladies' Hose, black, with colored embroidery, regular price     Q Q
50c, sale price per pair      a)OC
18 pairs Black and White Checked Lislo
Hose, regular price per pair     QA
45c, sale price per pair      *JUC
30 pairs Ladies' Black Hose Lisle, with
lace front,  regular price 65c.     A P
per pair, sale price per pair...    "rDC
75 pairs Children's Socks, assorted colors and sizes, regular prices up to 35c
per pair, sale price per pair..     | P
Ladies' Fancy Waists
Late Models
One White Net-over-chiffon, five rows
of insertion down front, size 38, regular
price $6.50, sale price    A   A A
One Navy Waist, Net-over China Silk,
piped with taffeta and trimmed with
soutache braid, size 38, regu- P CP
lar price $7.50, sale price  9*00
One Gray Chiffon-over-not Waist,
trimmed with insertion and lace, size
34, regular price $9.75, sale OOP
price    I . L O
One Waist, Cream nel-over-Bilk chiffon,
trimmed with lace and silk insertion,
size 42, regular price $13.50 A OP
sale price   *7. I O
One Waist, Cream-net-over-chilTon, five
rows of insertion down front, luce collar,
long sleeves, size 42, regular A AA
price 6.50, sale price  I. ��7U
Other Waists in Similar Late Styles and
���II it Corresponding Reductions.
Towels and Household Linens
White Terry (Turkish) Towols.Bize 20x33
inches, regular value per pair Qrt.,
45c, Bale price per pair      JvC
Wc have 10 doz. pair of these and no
more than four pair will be Bold to one
customer.
We  have   Towels  in   all   grades   and
prices and the disconnt throughout dur-
In*'alei8     25 per cent.
LudieB' White Corset Covers, luce and
embroidery trimmed, regular values
35c. to $1.25, sale price
25 per cent. Discount
H. S. WALLACE CO., LIMITED
Corner Fulton Street eand Third Avenue.
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WANT SEASON TO
BE EXTENDED
Fraser River Salmon Fishers
Complain of the Poorness of
the Season's Catch.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, Aug. 2.���Asking that the- close season for sockeye salmon he* raised from August
25 to September 15, io that fishing
may go on, a deputation of fishermen here have requested Reeve
Wear, to '..ike up the question
with Chief IlBpectOT Cunningham
and th.* Dominion government.
It is necessary for an order in
council to be passed so that the
season may Ik* extended, therefore
immediate action is imperative.
Tht big run of sockeyes which
has been expected still holds back
Favorable reji-orts have come
from the mouth of the river, a
number of fish having been taken.
Sockeyes are still priced at '.>:>
cents each.
SOLD FOR $3,000
Steamer Santa Rosa to be Dismantled and Salved
(Canadian Press Despatch;
Los Angeles, Aug. 3.���The wrecked steamship Santa Rosa has been
purchased by R. W. Borbaley, of
Los Angeles for the sum of $3000
cash. The purchase-r has undertaken to salve the cargo on a. thirty
per cent basis. The payment
of the $3000, which is in reality
for the hull only, is contingent
upon the amount of salvage secured.
In order to facilitate the salving
of tht* vessel, a trestle will be built
out to the wreck, which lies in a
position just off the shore line.
THINK PRICE TOO HIGH
Winnipeg Press Objections to
the Street Railway Purchaae
Scheme.
Winnipeg, Aug. 3.���The proposition to buy the street railway
company lor $24,000,000 is received in rather a hostile manner
hy all three of thc Winnipeg daily
papers.
They express the suspicion that
rates on transportation, power,
light, and he-at cannot be reduced
if such a large sum is paid for the
allied plants. They want' the
company's l<ooks audited by a
civic ��:xpert as a preliminary to
any negotiations.
HELPLESS ABOVE
NIAGARA FALLS
Terrible Plight of Motor Boat
Party Whose Engine Broke
Down in the Dark.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Wetland, Aug. 3.���A ttrribli
tragedy was narrowly avoided lasi
night. Two young men ar.d two
young women from Niagara Falb.
N. V.. were in Niagara Riv.r
above the falls in a motor boat
when the engine refused to work.
Unable to locate themselves, they
paddl' d around in the darkness,
finally getting into the forebay of
ibe Ontario Power Company, but
with no idea of their location.
They had a wonderful escape from
going over the falls.
MRS. JACK JOHNSON GIVES
SOME HINTS TO HUSBANDS
Buy Her lots of Diamonds and Automobiles and Don't
Crush Her to Death is the Advice of Little
Arthur's Conqueror
and   out   of   temper,   like   most
white   folk,   and   he's   ih.*   most
Cnl"! ial Press Despatch)
"Why did  I  marry Jim!-''* said
Mr-.  Jack  Join son.  the*  wife of generous man living.
ihe heavyweight champion pugil-l    "If he  sees any
dandy little
Have You Any?
Tht L'nited States Government
has on several occasions in recent
years issued commemoration coins
celebrating notable events in the
history of the country. These are
offered for sale at a premium and
the profits go to help the fund*-
of the Imposition or celebration
in connection with which they ar;*
issued. In connection with the
Chicago' Worlds Fair in 1892
there were issued Columbian half
dollars and quarter dollars in
silver. The former be-ars thc portrait of Christpher Columbus and
now sells for about 75 cents. The*
latter bears the portrait of Queen
Isabella of Spain who befriended
Columbus. This is the only l'nited
States exiin which bears the por-
ist, when interviewed in the couples  trifle in  a shop window that  he-,
apartments in Shaftesbury avenue, I thinks I'd like, sure enough he
Lordon.    "Well  now,  why  does goes   and   gets   it.     He   doesn't
any woman marry:" reg?.rd me as so mai y men regard
Mr*. Johnson probably without (their wives���as cook-, housekeep-
knowing i*.  looted down  at hewers,  nurses and  wives all  rolled
 into one.    I  do pretty much as
I like, and in spi;. of the* fa'.ct
that hc is one of the world's
strongest men and c uld practically crush me if be wanted to,
with one hand, I manage him
quite successfully. ;���.;.'! c.in generally succeed in bringing him
round to my way of thinking
when it's necessary."
Once more Johnson smiled his
radiant golden smile, and utter.d
an amused "Sure thing, that."
On
Holland
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Inalla
Ireland
Italy
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New ^--alanil
Norway
Prraia
Pa-l-ll
Philippine lilaaia
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Siatn
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Sai. Jan
S-sj-.i Africa
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JACK STEWART SAYS
Crops in West will be Bumper
Ones
MR. AND MRS. JACK JOHNSON
hands, where, gleamed quite a
small fortune in magnificent jewels,
and Jack's golden *mile came
across the table as he listened.
"I admit thi step I took was one-
trait of a foreign monarch. These1 that requires thinking over," she
coins sold on the World's Fair continued in her quaint drawl.
Grounds  for  a   dollar,   but   they "but   I
may now be (.-ought for To cents, happy
In 1900 the Lafayette silver dollar
was issued hearing the busts of
Washington and Lafayette. On
the reverse is an equestrian statue
of Lafayette. This coin sells for
about $2.00 or over. The St.
Louis   World's   Fiar   in    1904   is
St. Paul. Minn.. Aug. 2.���That
bumper crops will be harvested
in Canada and the northwest
states, even thougl il is s,ill too
early to tell defini ��� ly. is the prc-
dktion "f J. W. Stewart of ilu
firm of Welch ar.d Stewart, railroad rontratocrs ot Prince Rupen.
B. C, who, wiih his wife and
daughter Margaret, will leave today for their home after spending
am satisfied and I am
Jink's re:'.l go.nl to me.
"I met him in quite a social
way at the house of v.nu friends -wo days Li Si. Paul,
of mine who were giving him a Mr. Stewart's fin:: recently was
tlinner. and I married him because awarded one of the* largest con-
he had such an awful g<nid heart. tracts for railroad .'instruction
There wasn't a thing he wouldn't that have been let in Canada in
do for me. recent \\ars. thai for the Cana-
"People naturally imagined 1 dian Northern railway estimated
commemorated by a gold dollarImarried him for his money. But co cost $15.000,000.
bearing the busts of Jefferson and h*1^ are wrong. Sun. My people! "It is a little early yet to tell
McKmley-it sells for about 13.00. are w<-'ahl->'' ���"���<* lon�� '*'f"r(' ' definitely about  how iht crops
knew J;t. k Id pretty much what will come out," he said in response
Lo a question, "but reports th-it I
known a good man) mei have received indicate that Can-
The Lewis antl Clark centennial
gold dollar was stru. k in 1905
in honor of the Portland Exposition in Oregon. It sell*, for aljout
$2.25.
I wanted.
"i'\e
in my time,  but  I've never yei
met  ii  man   like  Johnson.     He's
.���'.da will have a good harvest.    I
hear  the same  thing about   ihe
always   the   same,   never   . rank\ i nonh west states."
ISLAND AT STAKE
Claims that Anticosti Does not
Belong to Henri Menier
Montreal, Aug. 2.���An action
for the recovery of such an enormous sum as $-10,000,000 is but
seldom heard <>f, but ihat is the
amounl that will shortly be the
subject of a claim which is to bcl
made in the Quebec courts. The i
action will In* against Henri Menier, the choooiati manufacturer
of Paris.   Mr. Menier is the re-
puled owner of the island of
Antii'isii.
Ii i- claimed on l>< half of the
Lemicux family tha! , hey arc the
red owners of the island of Anti-
costi.   Mr. Menier purchased the
island from a man named Parent,
now dead, l.ui it is stated thai
h< did v. al his own risk, and tha*
no clear legal title was ever acquired by him.    It is claimed by
tha attorney  for  the  plaintiffs
lhat they |x*ssess the lilies, which
an* all in order and ready lo be
produced in court.
The Purchase of
a Lot in
HOUSTON is
Positively a Safe
INVESTMENT
Here are some of the reasons:
HOUSTON ii aituated ir the centre
of one of the most arable and productive farming countries along the main
lintof the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.
HOUSTON is in the BULKLEY
VALLEY a fertile belt in the centre of
a mining district that has already proved up nch.
HOUSTON is not a wild cat propose
tion. We invite you to come and let us
convince you of the honesty of investing in HOUSTON lots.
We have prepared an illustrated folder which we shall be pleased to give
you. This folder explains the honest
facts of the district
The price of HOUSTON lots is very
low in view of the assured great future
of the place. It will be a distributing
point of what will be, in a short time,
a thickly settlod country.
HOUSTON is not a speculation-it is
an investment that should appeal to
anyone wanting to make money honestly. Call and see us or write and we
will convince you of thc genuineness of
our proposition.
Law Butler Co.
Sailing   Agcnlt  for Ihe Grand Trunk
I Pacific Town-rile of Houston.
Princ* Rupert, B.C.
P.O. Boi   1540. Phone SO
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Preside-,*:
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000        REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The C1n.-1Ji.1n Bank of Commerce is equipped to \ttxst Jraft.
the principal cities in the foilo*ing countries without delay I J
Xf-va Cr��*
AraSia Cuba
Aia-i-min* Republia.- Per.-naik
Auairalia I"*"*, ,     .
Ausuis-HiKHarr    Firi.-�� lalanJa
Bdfiuaa Finland
Bralil Formosa
Iti.U-aria 1* nine* .
SsEr Fr ch Cochin China Malta
nj, Cn-ma-iv Manchuria
China I'.reat Britain Mtaico
The amount of these drafts is stated in the money of the country where *.;.,v art ���,.
able | that is they arc drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kn-fni-n, Horiiu, yn,
taels, roubles, etc., as the raie may be. This ensures that the payee i. road sj
receive Lhe actual amount intended. ^
J. M. Christie Manager Prince Rupert Branch
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Secure Values by Buying
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Our Mail Order System
Which connects every point in BRITISH COLUMBIA with our
Vancouver store. Since our affiliation with the RYRIE firm of
Toronto, we control the Jewellery mail order trade in the west.
Buy in Vancouver. We give the best service and the best choice
of goods in the dominion.
Our illustrated catalogue will be sent free to your address
upon request.    Write for any desired information.
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Jewellers and Silversmiths
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VANCOUVER
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MILLENIUM   COMING
Will he Here About th* Time
the Line is Through
Pout years hence, in   IHI"*,  the
kingdoms of this world are lo lie
shattered, according lo Mr. A.  I.
Ritchie, who addn ssi d a convin-
ti'irt   in   Toronto   recently.     The
speaker dealt with the significance
ol   vhe   "asWMth   day   ol   resl,"
-audi U mentioned  in  Genesis,
'rom ���������, ,|ironi)Wltti(..(1 vi(w        (
">"->ry.' ha said, "both Biblical
���"^/'���'���'���.'���������-d* to show, haul,,.
����� ���������� -nglh ... the Vven.h , 1/
���fated to in the Hit,,,. ,��� 7,(HyM.
years, and that ���( thSBS Clo-M ���n
fl.(HH) have passed. Thus tht
world is now rapidly approaching
the millei.iiini.
thet1tle"KING"��fall
bottled beers has been earned by Anheuser-Busch for
"The Old Reliable"
Budweiser
by brewing for over fifty years only from the finest Barley-Malt, and
the rarest Saazer Hops. Thus comes ita high Quality. Purity*
Mildness and world famed exquisite flavor.
BotlUd only (wllh Corks or Crown Cons)
mtthst
Anheuser-Busch Brewery
St-Louis, Mo.
The North British Columbia
Liquor Co., Limited
Distributor Prince Rupert, B.C.
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The Best
Procurable!\^ Absolutely pun
When in   Vancouver   You   -Should   Stay at the
CARLTON  HOTEL
Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.    Rates $1.00 to J2.50 per day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
CORNER    CORDOVA    AND   C\MBIE   STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
HOTEL   ELYSIUM
Sid. Sykm, Moufor
The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to date Hotel in Vancouver.
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
1142 Pender Street West       -       -      Vancouver, B.C.
Phone 8600.
WE   HAVE
A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
-HERE ARE TIIBEK OF OUR SPECIAL LINES-
-,::
BudWelSer Beer. We are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey M
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottledJ# x.
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, pTb.!^J
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H
AVE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The business man who seeks chespness as the First consider^
tion in buying his printing, never really pays much attention ^
other elements In the transaction-except, perhaps, tho matter
getting it done Quickly.
The money SAVED by buying CHEAP printing is money OH
which you have paid an absolutely ruinous premium!
It will make you poor If you persist In saving enough of it-
FOR   HIOH CLAS8 PRINTING OF ALL KINDS 8EE THE "NEWgJgl?���
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V.  F.  G.  I-.AM1I1.K
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
and - Stewart
Prince Rupert
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
:: I
) For all kinds of help,  rooks
i waiters, dishwashers, hotel por
I tors, all kinds of laborers or me
j chsnles, call up
I Phone No. 178
[ or call at the
! Grand Hotel Fret Employment  Office  i
j   Headquarters for cooks & waiters   l
ForSale
Lot Block Section Price
66              34            8 $'125.00
8 snd 4           14            8 G50.00
"ami 8            36            7 2.000
Conn* in ami see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
Hotel Central &.TJS��
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern convenience!. Rat-*"
$1.00 to $2.50 per day.        :       I     .
Peter Black
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
==E.   EBY   C&   Co.===
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C
S. O. E. B. S.
Th.  Princ  Hnpi-it la.sl.ri*. Nn. 318, Sons of
England. mi*.-t ��� thc tii -t antl thlnl Tueadayi  In
each month In lho Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sm.,
P. O. Box 812. Princ Rupart
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 23
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Si.am Heated Rooms
*  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
IIATIlr.   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
SAVOY HOTEL
\
Fraser and Fifth St.
The only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In roomi. Beit furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms 50c
Dp. I'hone 87. P.O.
Box 129. :
Prudhomme & Fisher
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN, Propri.1.1*
>, Rochester &
;,.,v     Monroe
'' Ladysmith
l      '���* Coal
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-.:���   Phone ii s
���ALL KINDS OF���
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CNARCES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Holrl la run nn the European
plan. First-class aervlc. All tin* Latest Mial.rn
Improv.mcnts. -:���:- BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS AMD KMBALMEIiS
Funeral   Directors
8nl Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. Wi
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- THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
This Is a little section of th. paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of th. ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to tak. part In Its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are Invited by the editer. Th. hop. Is expressed that "Th.
Cosy Crner" will 011 a social need.
SUGGESTION FOR FLOWERED MATERIAL
Just from Paris is a blouse
made from flowered dimity, in
which lace plays an important
role. A yoke of allover lace is
bordered with a band of insertion,
below which arc three deep lace
points, front and bade. The cuff
on sleeve is a band of lace insertion
topped with two lace points. Tin-
newest feature of this blouse,
however, is the peplum, which
has an inset band of insertion all
around. The joining to blouse
is made under a girdle of black
satin.
DO YOU KNOW THESE?
Before putting your corset cover
into the wash, tie a piece of ordinary white tape as long as the
ribbon to one end and pull out
tlu* ribbon at the other. That
leaves   the    tape    in   while   the
cover is laundered. When you
are ready lo put it on, just lie
the riblmii to one end of thc ir.pc
and pull out the tape. You will
find thai your riblxm is in smoother
and quicker.
Many rust spots on clothes are
caused by bits of soap r.dhcrirg
to the latter when they come in
co. .act with the bluirg wrier.
Gone to Hazelton
Mr. A. Gutstein of the Acme
Clothing Siore left for the branch
stun* in Hascl'aOn today after
managing the lot-.-1 store during
ihe past week while Mr. N. S.
Sellii-nman, was in Vancouver.
Mr. Si-hiennian returned yesicrdcy.
Will Get New Idea*
For the purpose of picking up
new ideas of thc sartorial world
Mr. J. Sweder will leave for lhe
south tomorrow for a few weeks'
visit. While away he will purchase his new fall goods.
Victoria won four games out of
seven from Seattle in last week's
series, making one of the few
series the Bees have won this
year.
To watch The News want ads
is to refuse to be "tied" to an
unsatisfactory boarding place.
DAILY COOKING RECIPE
Broiled Tomatoes
Slice, without peeling, large,
fair tomatoes, roll in sailed and
peppered cracker dust and leave
upon ice to get firm. Thin broil
upon a well-greased gridiron, turning with care whin one side is
done. Transfer to a heated platter
when done.
They are a delightful accompaniment to fish.
Many dishes, all palatable and
digestible, may be evolved from
the prince of vegetables.
If I do not add recipes for
canning, it is because careful computation of thc cost of putting
up the fruit in one's own kitchen,
as compared with the price of
the vegetables put up by a first
class house and warranted good,
convinces me that the woman
whose time has any value would
consult economy, as well as comfort, by buying the tomatoes already prepared for stews, soups
and sralh.ps when the season for
thc ripe tomato has gone by.
WHY DON T YOU?
Some things there arc you cannot
do,
For which you weren't intended;
But there are paths you might pursue,
Up which you've never wended.
Why try to do what can't be done,
While that you can is wailing?
The little things, not yet begun,
Might prove so compensating.
A smile for some who find it hard
To face thc world of sorrow.
Ah! Say, what is there to retard
That smile from you tomorrow?
A helping hand for one whose days
Are near ihe end and dreary,
Ah! Why not help him on his wry,
And make the end more cheery?
If but a smile comes back to you,
You'll be thc gainer, won't you?
So easy 'tis for you to do,
And, if you can, why don't you?
A Fashion Note
The grcat variety that is displayed in the fashions this season
is really astonishing. Given precisely thc same colors and materials, the dressmakers arc constantly
evolving new styles that are ab
solutcly unlike anything that has
gone before.
According to their present ar-
rcngtments the Misses Barlx-au
will leave on the S.S. Princess
Royal next Tuesday for a few
weeks' holiday in Minneapolis.
Creamery Butter
that is Positively Pure.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cudaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
I'hon* 190 |
for mini delicious Bread,
Dainly Biscuits, Ele., use
Robin Hood Hour
Vour Dealer Has It
TFR
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FRED. STOR.k1
-General Hardware��� I
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes
Graniteware
Oxford Stoves *
Tinware *v
SECOND - AVENUE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LAI LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 361
M.FRED CARSS, C V. BENNETT, B.A.
ot British Columbia of B.C., Ontario. Saa-
and Manitoba Bars. katchawan  and Al-
MtaBwB.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office-Eichanira block, comer Third avanua and
RlalhstrMLPrinc.RuD.rt. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental oparatlona skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anasth.Uca administered for the painless extraction nf tea*ih. Culmination free. Ollic-es:
H.bnraon Block. Princ. Kuuert. 11-12
Ales.M.Man...n B.A..      W.K.Wllllnnis.il.A.. I..I..D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box a
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
n in. or wm. roxoN. Esq.. a.n.a.m.."ion., enu
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 818.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
Fruit   :   Produce   2   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST ���
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Thlnl Ar*., naar ��th St.
F. VV. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMBALMER
STOCK riiMn.t.l y. ri.oNK 62
IT
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TEMS  OF . .
��� SPORT*
OUT OF  THE  GLOVES
Billy Papke, the leading claimant for the middleweight crown,
who recently returned from a
long trip through Europe and
Australia, will go to New York
from his home in Kewanee, III.,
in a few days and start training
for the bout with Sailor Burke at
the Twentieth Century Athletic
Club on August 8. Papke will
establish training quarters at one
of the nearby beaches and expects
to make his trip to New York
a protracted one, if matches can
be arranged.
The bout with Burke will mark
the second appearance of the
"Illinois thunderbolt" in New-
York. Three years ago he boxed
Burke and the latter managed to
last out six rounds by hugging and
running away.
Johnny Conlon, thc Chicago
boy who holds the bantamweight
title by general concession, wiil
take a trip to the other side soon
for the purpose of arranging a
bout with Digger Stanley, the
holder of the English title. There
will undoubtedly be a hitch whin
it comes time to arrange such a
match because of the different
bantam scales recognized in the
United States and Great Britain.
Stanley would surely stick out for
118 at 2 o'clock, while Conlon
would want 115 ring side.
Johnny Kilbane of Cleveland,
earned the right to meet Jot
Rivers, the sensational California
featherweight, by his victory over
Patsy Kline of Newark, at Vernon,
Cal., in a twenty-round light.
The Cleveland boy won all the
way and he looks like a worthy
man to swap punches with Rivers
when they clash at the sann
place in a twenty-round contest
on Labor Day.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  and  Sundays
atHii.m.     Special  fure on   Sunday
I it nit,   $9.60  return  including  meals
and berth.
���i. Prince Albert sails fur Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,     Nad-'n
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
ami fir:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays    and     Sundays
6.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
m
Famous Princess  Lint
S. S. PRINCESS MAY
Friday,   August   4th,   9  a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab ��� General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
aaa  ST OK. aaa
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
Johnny Daly, who is one of tlu
claimants of the bantamweight
title of America, is anxious to become champion of Ireland, and
Sain Lewis, his manager, is just
as anxious to manage an Irish
champion. Mr. Lewis is not Irish,
by any means. Far from it, but
he conies of a race which knows a
good thing when they see it.
Lewis has matched Daly w-iih
Young Curran of Ireland, the
fight to take place in Dublin.
OFF THE  WAGON  TONGUE
President Haydcn of thc Bru-
lington Club of the Central Association, has announced that he has
sold Pitchers Brown and Hawk
to thc St. Louis Americans for
$5000.
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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I w. j. McCutcheon
Carries complete itock of Drugi.   Special   , ,
attention paid tu filling prescriptions.      , ,
Theatre Block phone no. 79 Second Ave. !
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Manager Kelliy of the St. Paul
Baseball Club says he has sold
Catcher Edward Spencer to the
Philadelphia Nationals for $2500.
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old ofllce of Optimist, cell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
B��st made In Sealtla. Fruit ami Candy, wholesale and Retail. Look for flash aim, at night
SAM GOWEN. Proprietor Phona U30
Dick Breen, the former Beaver
third lacker, has been turned
over to the Milwaukee club of
the American Association. Last
fall Cincinnati secured Breen from
Vancouver and it was thought
he had a fair chance of making
good until Grant was secured from
Philadelphia.
Dell Paddock, who commenced
his professional baseball career
as a pitcher for the Beavers, has
been "sold" by Dugdale to the
Chicago While Sox. He is now
classed as a third baseman.
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All  orders   received  at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H.  H. MORTON, Sec.
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INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      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, Gravel and Marble Deposits
List Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
fe:8f8,3*S^^ THE   DAILY NEWS
FIRST TWIN
SCREW LAUNCH
CONTUfUSD PROM I'AGE 1
to this launch. Amongst them is
her electric lighting system from
rtoragi batteries V ��� thi r interesting point is her all brass
wii dlass which Is : isi being fitted ���
now. This v.ii dlass is worth
|50  and "---ing
because Prince
Rup it's first v. :'-.. . ran foundry . th ��� run by Mr. A. Ri ��� -
near Hays Creek Wati r tankt
M hold 80 gall b   fitted,
and also a i ompr -- d air siren.
The Nimrod will carry two anchors
a 100 I i a storm standby
or "Best B and a 50 Ib.one.
A masi and about 75 yards of
tain.���- g.��� with hi r.
Class of Work
As a ���  rryii -��� ���"'���" the Nimrod
will excel.   She could carry forty
��� ���-,--, - j be, bin for .*.
cruise can accommodate eleven
comfortably. Inside her house
will ��� ioned convi niently,
is :. *il with a
good Btov *. Lot lc< rs, etc., for
iton i an . leverly contrived bj
Messrs. McLaren and Davidson
the builders. Mr. Mclaren i- an
,\[��� ri- n< ��� -I boat buildi rfrom Rock
port and Camden, Main*. H-
has built many power boats. Tin
di rigi ��� f the Nimrod makes her
conveni. nt is sid.. .ind easy to
h uidle. From the wheel forward
both    . easily managed
easily. Thc Nimrod was launched
from the old slaughter house at
Hays (>������' k i nd will won be
available for ple^suri or business
parti. - i je of her builders
who an preparii g to lay down
other boats later.
BIG   PASSENGER  LIST       gg
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Steamer Inlander in From the |
Skeena River with Many on ' J
Board. j
  I
The   steamer   Inlander   got   in  j
yesterday afternoon from the Skee-  (
na with one of the biggest passen-l \\
ger lists of  the season.    Among   j
those who travelled by the boat
were:
From Hazelton���H. Guilbarit,
A. Anderson, J. Mar-hall. J. M.
Porter, Mr. Larkworthy, William
I. ... J. D. Witton, H. Harris.
Mi-- Harris, Mr. Jasthona, W. E.
Conway, George Fortlas.
From Scaly��� Mr. Kinsman.
From Meanskinistit���C. and J.
Nelson.
From Kitselas���D. Stewart. VV.
S. Chiene, J. Moran, C. Woodard,
A. Johnson, Mr. Reese. D. Erick-
sen. J. Peterson, E. Nolden, C.
Irving, E. Ungar, A. Anderson.
C. Ericcen, VV. Mclver, Judge J
Galliber, Mr. Cohen, Victor Carl-1
sen, M- Mahonay, Mr. Herman.
From Hole in the Wall-Mr.
Benson, C. M. Butler. A. B. Mc-
C-mnell. VV. Weeks, Mr'. Wood.
From Kitselas���Charles Miller.
Don. Gray, F. Hartel. M. Car;*, r.
Ang. Porcher, R. Dillon. F. Paul.
Mr. Tange, Mr. Flemming, VV.
Smith. Mr. Oscar.
From Kitsumkalum���Mr. Henry, J. Burgenan, 0. Hansen, Mr.
Coiley, Mr. Coiley, Jr.. Mick
Rubin. M. Martin.
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"The News" Classified Ads* || | EmpreSS
=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion
>OOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOOO<>0<
I Empress : Theatre
-THEY   WILL   REPAY
The Insurance People
EVERY CLAIM Off MCUKCft     CE7 OCR RATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone IH Third Avenue ar.d Fulton St
LOST-A   Kokak;   left   on   .*.!��������� ..**      ������''<
Kinder rewarded by leaving isnu- at I
Cigar Store. -���'���
ANOTHER WEDDING
Young Couple Married in G. T.
P.  Inn  Last Night
A very quiet wedding was solemnized in the G. T. P. Inn last
evening by Rev. C. Sing when Miss
Bertha Davies of Jackson, Iowa,
[was married to Mr. Bert Ranch
nf Heidelburg, Germany.
A very lew friends were present.
, Miss Piercy acted as bridesmaid.
The young couple were friend**-
of Mr. Harrv Smith of Stewart.
ALBERTS NEW CAPTAIN
Captain Wearmouth to Take
Charge of the S.S. Prince
John.
WILL BUILD
FOUR COTTAGES
Mr. Everard Coats, Visitor from
Calcutta Invests Some of His
Money Here.
At an expense ol $6,000, Mr.
E. Coats "f Calcutta, India, will
build lour cottages on ihe corner
of Third avenue and First street.
Work will commi nee immediate-
I) as tin* plans have li��*.*r. prepared by Mr. VV. I.. Barker and
the him to George
I '��� ��� ton.
Two  ol cages   will   !>���
ready i"r occup ition bj I '��� tobt r
first and thi other two will be
built later. Tiny will be modert
in ever) respect and pretty in
design.
Mr. Coats express) - hirnw If i -
having ��� ver> i onfidi n. i in thc
future ������: Pri.;' Rupen hem e his
invi stments.
He leaves tin city tomorrow for
ih.  -ouih.
CELEBRATING BIRTHDAY
Wallace & Co. s Great Bargain
in Dry Goods, etc.
I i onuiii tii-.- ��� thi tir.-. .���i'uii' rsary of their being in buai-
in Prii' i R.i|n rt, VVallai c
and < ompan) i ommt ni ��� 'I oi e "i
the morn honest sales of dry
goods ladii��' and children's wear,
white w. i.r of all kind-, etc.
Some s,ir|in |* g bargains are
offered in all thi se lint *. In some
..���.si a l.nli' -,' ��� nd children's goods
arc cut in pri." below thc manufacturer's cost. All of th. good*.
offered arc practically new and
are positively up-to-date.
A careful study of Wallace's
full page ad in ihi** issue would
prove profit.'Mi.
Under Captain Mackenzie who
now has charge of her, the G. T. P.
>.*�����. Prince Allien sailed on h.
usual trips this week. Captain
Mackenzie was formerly skipper
of the Rupert City, and knows this
coast well. He is a brother of
Mr. Simon Mackenzie. Captain
Wearmouth leaves the Alb. rt to
take command of the new G. T. P.
S.S. Prince John which is due to
arrive here in about a week.
Those who have seen the new
lioat at Victoria say that she i*-
most beautifully fitted up. in fact,
she is a miniature Prince (ieorge.
WILL BOOST CITY
ACROSS PRAIRIE
Mr. C. D. Newton Leaves for the
East Tomorrow on Business
Will be Away Six Weeks.
' In .. tour east as far as Mont real
with stops made en route at
lit'"" prairie cities at which Pri ..
Rupert will be honestly and well
advi rtised, Mr. ('. D. Ni n oi .
the well known local real CStat.
BgCI t, will leave on till S.S.
Prii i ��� n May tomorrow morning.
lb i- goi .. i. -��� on Important
business and will l�� away about
-i\ weeks. Accompanying him is
Mi Ni w ton win. will staj In tl"
L. a- foi .��� fi w months. I >.irii g
Mi New ton's al.**! i n his busint --
will I.-
I limn
BUD    CORLEY BACK
Had Fine Trip with Father to
Interior
Furnished  rooms arith  bath
the week.   Talbot House.
Mr. S. Corky of the R">al
Hotel, and his father returned
yesterday after a w�� k's ; rij> into
the interior from Copper City.
They have Borne land in from
Copper City and both genii, nun
say tiny are very pleased with it.
Beyond being annoyed and chewed
up a little by mosquitoe-i they had
a tii-.- time.
Corley. Jr.. will hc at thi baseball game tonight when the Royal
Blue Ribbons meet Ben Silt"-
M; pit Leafs in tin roller rink.
Large   well   furnished   room,   privati   family. '
Splendid view of harbor.     GeatiMMB only.
Apply P.O. Box 151S. .*���!-���"
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concerts,   .attftalatawts.
dances, etc.   Apply J. H. Rogers. I r. r.e Uf.
Wanted-Small house, furai.hc' ir i xr.'y furnished.   State terms tai Box K. Daily .SV-v. '.��- -tl
Coay furnished rooms.      Mr*.   Bower. S-tnerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, betw**r. Smooth  and
Eighth. -.:-���-.;
Help Wanted
(
Wanted-Bright Girl to mind
work, reply in handwritu
petted, to Box 1 KI. City.
I * : ra *
work, reply In handwriting, stating wages expected, to Box l&SS. City.
Wanted���Woman lo cook ard di general housework. Good wage* paid. A.: 'y P -.:��� Km ���"���
cor. 7th Axe. and Fulton Stmt. *���'
Girl wanted, immediately, for tight housework.
Apply airs. D.Cohen, oho-.   . '.'���-:<
Miners KM. Mucker* SS.O*. wanted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co.. Gooaa bai Take S.S. Vadeu
or Venture. '. l--*.f
��� For Sale ���
For Sale-Household furnitur* in good ceadttioa.
Phone i*^. St
Before buying your Stove - r r.ar.-e se* A. J.
Galland. McBnde and Fifth Av*. Cook stoves
from lis. *..-.-:*-
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storay house, household goods Near Prlao* K-ipert. A snap if
taken at once.   Address B < .-lv tf
; Fire Insurance
THE Bnti.h t'r.ionand Nat   -.al Fir* Insurance
Company al London. En.-.ar.d.   with   capital
'.  1- '������   ...aj.    Sea us f..r rat*.     The Mack
Kea'tv ar.-l Imunuic*Con: . T--.I
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
G. T. P. Transfer Agent*
Orders promptly Riled.   Prices reasonable
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.
Phone
aWHUDODO���OBO���WW���CXQ ~*
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in time in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always turn ii���������
Correct Time
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
****** X
R. W. Cameron & Co. \
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.  G
PHONE 82 *
Sexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoc
8 aB^SiSHSi-BSS^
*.**.*���-.*.�����
GROUND
KILLED   HER   HUSBAND
Young Wife Said She Couldn t
Make  a   Man  of  Him
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Business   Chances
Moving I* c*.r*.     Want*d-A
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Shnaa Und Diatrlet���District ol Coast Rang* V
Taa* notice that I. C��orfe Kim* ol Towner.
| i        Floor Space for Rent
x JIJ
H }���; in the Hart building, cornerof
X JtJ Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
X �����**
X *"
1��       The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
*>��*>->���>���>�����
Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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Kupa-r.    write me tor par. eulare.    M. Davis.   ,.-J-rr .....Z.................................n..............*......���������....'
Watertown. Wis. -����� **   *' #.a**.*a#**--r*-*aT**aa-*-**'*-**/*��*r*-w*��**a**'a*f*W{*******����#*-a#*'aef**w*��*r*��as**--
...Whites Portland Cement...
75 x 100 ft.  FOR LE.4SE g SSSU4S.,Srimw,c,h*
oe third Avenue and Ninth Street.
Ask
cnr> Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited
OttK*-:����aa��HK��HaKHHH*��-lJHKH*-!
r -11
Dau_.
Pub. loir ti.
..I *i|...F  KIM I.
Fred E loa.ll. .��fent
I    CeouModat at ijm planted at tbe an'.k-
waat ea-rtwr ol Lax SJ��T. Iheoee east so chains.
' anadian Pp BS I ����� ipatCh     ttaec* aouth W chair... tbenc w��t io   chains
Sa'tn  rrenCtSCO, .Aug. ���$. ��� tl S- g   ���*���*�����!���� aonb ��0 chains 10 point ol comnienc-rmer.!
so she -.-'.i'i to make a m;-n of lur
husband Anna LangUy a fr.->gih
young woman nineteen years old,
shot and kille'l him today.   Thi
couple lii'l Le. n married for fifteen
I months.
HI
aa.aa.ss.si.s
...........
.**.**.set
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125       NaJen Block
Sk*��r.a Uad I.lstrict-DWrict ol Coast Rang* V
Tak* notice that I. Peter Larsea ol Toaraer.
North Dakota, t*. S. A, larmer. Intend to apply
lor tirmlsslnn to purchaaa tb* lollowiat daacrlbs I
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
aw. corner of Lot 1T29. thenoe south W chain*.
���' theoc* aaat 40 chaina. .hence north 10 chair.*.
th*r.cp -ait lo chains to point of commeacomaat.
l>sl*d July IS. 1*11. PETER LARSEN
Pub Jul)* IS. 1*11. Fred E. CoaeU. Afenl
Skeona Uad District-District ol Coaat Range V
Taka notice that I, John Evenson ol Princ*
Kup*rt. labor**. Intond ta apply for .
' ta purchase tho loUowing daacnU.1 Un.l.
Commenclno at a poat planud at th* south-
i aaat comae oTLot 44IS. thence nonh ni chai-*4
thenc* mm W chain*, thence aoulh mi chain..
thence **-at 9A chains to point ot commencement.
,        , TU   Board   of.Rallaar   Comml-ionera.   lor   RSTSJffa**' ""��� F^C-awi��L!A^Ni
S-XODd ktt' <]"���*** *"-  *<**'* sitting at   l-nr.c  Kupeet.   "ib. Julys*. FrH E. Cowell, Agent
B. c . on or about th* ISrth day ol Auguat, fill
Notice.
In the County Court of Atlin, holden at
Prince Rupert.
In the matter of  the Official Administrator's Act, and in the matter of
the estate of John   Flanagan,  deceased, inteiUte.
Take notlcs that by the order of hi��
Honor, .Imlgi*   Young, mad-  the 28th
day of July. AD.. 1911, I was appoint-
'-  ed administrator of the estate of thc
tti ' ded to In Mr. Thorn:.- \i"uv Flanagan deceased, and all parties
having  claims  against thc said estate
an*  hereby r��*i*uired to forward same
, . ,.      properlv   verified to me on or before
On    ihe    r*. .urn    journey    Mr. | the 2nth day of August,  A.D., 1911.
and  all   parties  indebted   to  the  said
estate are ri-.-uired to pay the amount
of th.*ir indebtedness to me forthwith.
Ilat.d this 2hth day of July, A.L).,
1911.
JOHN H. Mc.MULLIN,
Official Administrator.
th*  parti*.   ir.xrnnmxmA   ,n   rajcartanc*   .ith   lh.   iofa1^!Lel^ ^SL*ti^r\xM meTth, north
Rules aad Ranlatiou ol tha Board. l��nF3^S3uf*-^C,Jwi��i!?tt* ���d*i^ SSS
��� ��._.^   mmk, thaae* aouth M chains, thenc* east   lo
se-retao   r(alM> t)aPMa ������������, M ehalna. tbenc* wast 40
chatna lo point ol eomttH-ncetnen..
Dated JulyT llll. t-KT^R ERKKSoN
Board ol Railway
Commlssior,*ra lor Canada.
Daled al Ottawa Ihis 2Mb Day ol Jun*. llll.
l-ub. July H,
Fr*d t, CowWI. Agwii
$500
$800
$50
""���"^~" ""^"   Sk-��na Und Diatrict -District ol Coaat Raig* V
Take nolle* lhat I. Benjamin A. Fish nl Towner.
f.    .    . m      ...        -.***.   I��.  occupallon  merchant.  Intend  to apply
I n��h   Days   furnished   hotel   |���r permlasion to purchaa* th* lollowing d**cri.��-l
with 2>. rooms.   Price .*; 1000.   lands;
Cash buys line residence
property including House on
9th Avenue, Section 6.
t ofr.lr.er.rtng  al  a  post   plantad  on  lh*
boundary and about K*.* chain. Irom th* tenth*
Cash buj t a nice lot In Se -lion  pub M* "
T. Balance $26 a month.
*e*t corner ol Ut 44��4. then*-* north ��o chaina.
tbenc* eaat -VI chain*, thenc* aoulh '-i chair...
.h*nc* ��e*t .10 chsins to point ol commencement
listed Jun* 11. 1*11. RENJAMIN A    II   I
Fr*d E. I'oaell. Agenl
Victor Gramophone
and Records
Same price as these
goods are sold for
throughout Canada.
Complete stock of
machines and records
always in stock.
List of new records
mailed every month.
Give in your name.
McRae Bros., Ltd.
Everything lor IheOific*.
Tenders Wanted
IN THE SUPREME COURT
COLUMBIA
Tenders will Im- NOtlVtd by the Ai
���ilinee of the Hrin Furniture Co. up to!
10 p.m. nf Saturnay, the 12th day of
August. 1911. for the balance of 'he
Stock Of furniture, carpets, etc., formerly thc property of  the Brin Furni-   mi
Between John Young K.a.hr.1,
and
Tom li. Sutton. ,1. f.
Before his  ll.n.ir Ju.l.-e VBW I ll cl*-*1**1-
Friday the a-th day of Jul). 1*11
f|...n thea|.i.llcatlon..f.h*i;.-
ni-OI-erty or   the Urill  furni-    Inn reed the affidavit of Chat* ���'���
BENJAMIN A. FISH I tur* Co.    Said Stock may be inspected   fl_M, and upon hearing what ��
'.
Newton  will m.-'k.* stops in  the
principal < i.it * to do some boosting.
Prince Rupert Indoor Baseball
League.
Royal Blue Ribbons vs. Maple
Leafs at the Auditorium on
Thursday evening, August 3rd.
Game called   8.45   sharp.     Ad-
mlaalnn 9*v. Skatinir  after  iho   chants, at the Ill-Ellen River, liraham island
mission ZOC.       SKailng  alter   tnelh���ja,end|1���,|v���|.     Business will lie carried or
irame.
Notice.
The partnership formerly existing between J.
K. And*.son and L M. Hughes, General Mer-
n.   by the underfllHiii-al.
1. K. ANDERSON.
Furnished Hotel for Lease.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurarce.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
gio-n-o-nmi-t-mminxsamn^
FOR  RENT
.Store Building on Second   Avenue  an<l
Seventh Street.    Low Rent
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
-tXKKHKmntsminnsKxuHKXHXKS
Miw.i Und r>i��trkl -DUtriet of Cm*t lu*ite V
Take nolle* that I, Adolph If. * hrWtianson nf
Tomner, Nonh l>��kot��. orrupaiion attorne)-
��t-l��*. Intend to tpply for permlMion to pur��hu��
the foUowfnc do��mlw^ Iindu:
Commeneinr at a pmrt planted about one and
one-half miles 1 1-2 northeait of the head of
Trout River on the *v***t *lde of l*akeU�� Lake.
IM about A rhains from the lake-front, thence
wiuth **> chain*, thence weat M) chaina. thefice
north M cbaina, thenc* cut M) chaina to point
of comtnenwfTwfi*
ADOLPH If. rimisTIANSON
hated June 30, l��ll. Fred K <'o��e||, Arcnt
Pub. July 2.V
Skw>na land Dvtrict     District of Coaat llanga V
Take   notice  that   I,   Paul   llaffen   of   Print*
Itupert,  laborer.  Intend  to apply for perml-wion
to purcha.** the fnllowinf d*wrH��ed landa:
rornmenrinf at a po�� plants on the north
bank of William* (reek about V) chain* aouth-
ea-at from R. R, tbence aouth 40 chain*, thence
e**t 40 chain*, thence north *������ chain*, thence
wfiit 40 cbaina lo point of commencement
Dated July 7, 1911.
, Pub. July f &.
at pnmlNt Whmjt i�� now litukte on   T^A'S^'SSSwS
et
the aouth side of Thinl Ave., between
7th and nth Sts. Terms cash. The
Assignee does not bind himself to accent the lowest or any tender.
C. B. LOCKHAKT.
IT.'!*.'. Assignee.
of the writ of summons and ll l
this action by imbllahimi this
with the notlc* hereon endorse I
four weeks, tirecedine the l.t ������
ISII. In the "Daily New.    a news ,
ed at Prinee Ruiiert. B C. be
sufficient service of aald wnl lad
elalm.  .     ,.,__. ,k. ,,-j*
LAND ITRCIIASE NOTICE
Skeana Und Dlslrict-Ui.tricl ol Co��t Rant. 6 I ,, '��� mk*\S^��^m\m^%mV^
Take notice th.t I. Frank Hick, ol Port Ea-   ���*���*��****>*****��� ���TOSfTYOONO UA*
slnflon,   occupation   merchant.   Intend   lo   apply
'eecribe.1
for permiasion. o purchase the following d
Isn-ls:
Commenrina at a poat planted on the aouth
NOTICE.
Thisactien Is brought to recovrrd
PAH. IIAOES ] U*i*4. AprMSl. "H*
Fred I!  Cowell. Aeent I I""*- A��"i" ���"���
hank of the laXehumaika  Itiver and about  four amount due on a promt.������"     '
miles from Ita confluence with the Skeens River, defendant, dated 20th Derel-nl-f. I '
��� hence SO ehaina wert, tbence HO chslna  ninh, ,|*r ���f the plainllfT. payable 21 m-nlh. ''- ���
thenc*   90  chains  east,  thence  aoulh   SO  chaina wil*1 interest at 5 per cent. Per SSnttl
to point ol commencement, conlainint* 610 acr**o P-t|ncipa1	
more or leas. Interest 	
FRANK HICKS interest
Tout
���
���o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*o*^^ ��� ���
o We beg to announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenue o
Q
J ^^^  For the next two weeks we shall occupy the premises occupied by other tenants and during that time we shall offer some ""     y\
* ^^*�����^ Great Values in Furniture and Home Furnishings ^^w^^ *
,   ^^**^*%m**��**tmmmM   BuildniK will bo remodelled and we must Increase our Stock.   We have new .-md cheap Carpet,  Linoleums, Crockery, Couches, Glassware, Table Cutlery
 ��� Baby CarnaKes, etc.. etc.   ��� ��� :  . 11
0
��� OftallUUUt Mattro*a.
"The Big Furniture Store"
Phone fi2
F. W. HART
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave. 5
���O^O^O^riarOiOtO^OtO^OiOiO^O^OiO^O^OiOerO^n^n+O^n^nri. P.O. Box 230     J

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