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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four houra ending 5 a.m.,
Aug. 7
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
/OL. II, NO. 177
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday, August 7, 1911.
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SURVEYS ARE COMPLETED
OF GREAT INLAND SEA
government Steamer Newington and Hydraulic Survey Party do Good Work���Will Mean Opening
up of the Lumber and Coal Areas of
Graham Island for Commerce.
In a few weeks the great sail
lake which runs for nearly forty
Inilis into thc heart of Graham
land will lx- open for navigation.
hit,   Government   steamer  New-
iigton lias recently completed a
thorough survey of the great lake,
\iul the results of her work are
iiw embodied in a chart.   This
Burl *-li<>ws that deep water ex-
tats practically all over the great
lul.im I sta at the Queen Charlottes
Pt-ip enough at all stages of the
liilt* (t.r great steamships to safely
lavigate.
The charts will soon be issuetl
irum the Dominion Government
bri --.   A  proof* has already beer.
ranted for final checking and
Inspection.
When ilu- chart is issued it will
bean a great deal for thai Island.
|Ai iinseni vessles arc practically
[..rliidileii to enter lhc inland sea
|i.v. ini;  to  the  action   of   Lloyds
vim refuse lo carry insurance on
tiny  vessel   that   passes   Masset
hi   ihe   Inlet.     Now   that   the
Government charts arc completed
|l.lny.|> will rescind thc order, and
filli.tt- vessels lo navigate the Inlet
liiliuiii cancelling their insurance.
Willi vessels navigating thc great
linl.iml  lake,  il  will   be  possible
In. carry supplies to settlers, lum
ber camps and mines, and market
the grcat coal areas and timber
limits of Graham Island by the
easiest and cheapest method.
Owing to the strong rush of
Tidal water, and the exposed
position of the harbour, it is not
possible for vessels to find still
water anchorage at Masset at
all times. With the opening up
to navigation of the inland sea,
it will be possible to establish
ports with safe anchorage at all
times, for thc use of big ships.
THE POPES ILLNESS
Has Another Relapse and Grave
Fears   are   Entertained
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Rome, Aug. 7.���The Pope has
had another relapse and grave
fears are entertained for his recovery. He will be unable to
participate in the celebration of
his election on Wednesday. The
doctors forbid him celebrating
masses or doing anything thai may
raise his temperature.
Port Simpson Pastor
Rev. G. H. Raley of Port Simpson is in town today. Hi- is staying
at the Premier Hotel.
I FOUGHT BATTLE
ON STREET
I One Italian Killed and One
Mortally Wounded on Vancouver Street Last Night.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Aug. 7.���As the re-
["���iili <>f an exciting revolver duel
I li li. veil to be the result of a long-
Manding vendetta, Romeo Rosco
��.*���  -Inn   dead   Inst   nighi   and
Antonio Montiio now lies in the
hospital dangerously wounded w ith
i bullet in his neck near the spinal
on).
The -"limiting  look  place last
"���kIh al the comer of Main and
Harris streets. Both thc dead
and wounded men arc Italians,
and the man who shot them is
also an Italian, but he made his
escape and has not been captured
yet although the police have a
good description and a clue to
his probable whereabouts. The
murderer and his two victims
exchangctl in all a fusiladc of
nearly twenty shots.
Thc marvel is that on the
crowded street nl 7.15 with crowds
going to church, no one else was
injured. Rosco who was shot in
thc abdomen was able to get
uinto the ambiance but died on
his way to the hospital. Montiio,
lhc survivor, rt fuses to talk.
WANT THEIR COMRADES
RELEASED FROM PRISON
Meeting of P.R.I.X. Membera Laat Night Passed Ree-
olution to Have Petition Circulated in City
and Sent to Miniater of Justice
Big Meeting Sunday.
A��1 important resolution was
passed by the members of thc
���' K. I. A. last night to the effect
that in view of thc nature of
���he . videnca given at the strike
<r>..l. and the character of osme
���*��� M witnesses, a petition should
" circulated in the city to have
���'" a n-.iiire of thc strikers now
"I jail remitted. Some members
* in them released at once.
A public meeting is planned for
Sunday and one of the the.-".res
will probably be engaged for It
The mooting is to ascertain the
Ming of the ddxens regarding
tin
petition  which  is ,o be  for-
��� <"lnl to the Minister of Justice
'���' Ottawa if put through in the
dty,
" R. Indoor Baseball League.
Hm'*" Drivers vs. Royal Blue
WDDtmi at the Auditorium Tues-
''������> Availing, August 7th. Game
SW at 8.46 sharp. Admission
* cents.
PRO   BONO  PUBLICO
Striking Sentence in Sermon
Last Night- Who Purred?
"Who has not seen a man
sacrificing himself nobly for the
public good in some municipality,
nobly spurning patronage and popularity in order the better to serve
the common weal?" asked ReV.
R. H. O'Mnlley in his sermon last
ight.
At least tWO aldermen were
pn sent, and one of the congregation declares he distinctly heard
someone purr.
Come Today
Fresh supplies of all kinds of
fruits and vegetables came on
the City of Seattle for us today. -
The Ideal Provision House, phone
190.
WOMAN DOCTOR
UNDER ARREST
She Starved Her Patients to
Cure Them- Has Starved One
of Them to Death.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Seattle, Aug. 7.���Mrs. Linda
Hazzard, an unlicensed medical
practictioner generally known as
the "Starvation Doctor" because
of her system of cure, was arrested
here today at her starvation sanitarium in Kitsap county, charged
with murder in the first degree,
causing the death of Miss Claire
Williamson, a wealthy Englishwoman .
Sharp at 8 a.m. the G. T. P. S.S.
Prince George pullitl out today-
taking with her from Rupert some
40 first class passengers and 30
deck passengers. Amongst the
first cabin travellers were J. M.
Lynch, W. Stedham, F. B. Jennings, Frank Kelly and Rev. D.
O'Malley.
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BASEBALL SCORES
NorthWestern League
Vancouver 3, Tacoma I.
Seattle 5, Spokane 4.
Portland 4, Victoria 2.
National League
Brooklyn 8, Chicago 5.
St. Louis 7, Boston 4.
Pittsburg 3, New York 1.
Phila-Cincinnati game postponed
on account of rain.
American League
Detroit 7, Boston 4.
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia l.
Chicago 8, Washington 7.
Cleveland 7, New York 8.
Pacific Coast League
San Francisco 4, Portland 0.
Los Angeles 3, Vernon 1.
Oakland 0, Sacramento 5.
Yesterday the William JolilTc,
the powerful tug boat will known
on Government senice at Prince
Rupert, called. She pullitl out
again this morning.
LABOR MEN TO
OPPOSE TORIES
Three will Probably be Nominated in Toronto and More may
be Entered.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Aug. 7.���The Independent Labor Party has called a
meeting of labor men lor Friday-
next to consider the advisability
of nominating a number of labor
candidates for the forthcoming
election.
No definite programme lias been
arranged but it is probable that
at least three prominent laboi
men will lie put in ihe field against
the Conservative candidates, Much depends upon the financial
support the various unions will
accord the candidates.
WAS ONCE THE HOME OF
FIERCE BAND OF INDIANS
Fertile and Wealthy Graham laland has had Romantic
History   Great Work Accomplished by Missionaries in Civilizing the Fierce
Hydah Indiana.
Preached in Essington
Rev. W. G. James of St. Andrew's   Anglican   Church,   spent
Sunday in  Port  Essington.    He
conducted services there.
WILL CARRY TOURISTS
TO TOE ARCTIC CIRCLE
Hudson's Bay Company Embark in a New Enperprise---Will take
Tourists into the Land of the Midnight Sun from Athabasca Landing, up the Athabasca and Mackenzie
Rivers���Will be a Great Advertisement
for Northern B.C.
(Canadian Press Des|Kitch)
Edomonton, Alberta, Aug. 7.���
Tourist trips through British Columbia to the Arciic Circle���that
is il-e new- attraction thai will Ik*
added to the list of British Columbia's charms, if the Hudson's
Bay Company's plans are carried
out.
According to District Manager
Fighl steamboat accommodation
for summer excursions to Arctic
Circle is to be provided by thc
Hudson Bay Company next year.
Mr. Fighl, who has just returned
from a trip extending over two
months in the Peace River and
Athabasca districts, stated that
when navigation opens next season
an improved schedule will be put
in force and proper connections
established on the boats on the
various rivers.
Thc trip to the Arctic Circle
and back, about 3000 miles���is
to be made easy of accomplishment. Passengers will be conveyed by steamer from Athabasca
Landing to Grand Rapids, thence
by passenger scows to Fort  Mc-
Murray.    At ihis point steamers
will   again   be   utilized   and   the
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The Liberals of Comox-
Atlin have called a Convention to take place at
Nanaimo on Saturday
19th August to select a
Liberal candidate for
Comox-Atlin. Nanaimo,
though outside the constituency was selected as
a convenient rallying
point, owing to its transportation facilities. A
strong delegation will go
down from Prince Rupert, Stewart, Hazelton,
Kitselas and the Queen
Charlotte Islands. The
name of Mr. Duncan
Ross is freely mentioned
in connection with the
nomination.
journey continued via Lake Athabasca and tributary Streams into
the Mackenzie River by which the
Arciic Circle will be reached.
Mr. Fighl estimates that thc
round trip from Athabasca Uind-
ing to the Land of ihe Midnight
Sun can be made at a COSt not
exceeding 8400.
Within the memory of our oldest
Inhabitants, comparatively little
was known ol the islands, standing
like gaunt sentinels, between
the mainland of the Province of
Briiish Columbia and the shores
of Asia. The first white visitor,
who spent more lime than others
who merely traded wiih ihe Indians, was the Rev. W. Duncan, a
former missionary of the Anglcan
Church. He visited the camps,
scattered over the Fast and West
coast of Graham Island, bringing
to the natives tilling*, of a "promised land" where "peace and goodwill" are attainable to all races
of men no matter their condition
or color. There, on the wave-
washed shores, Rev. Mr. Duncan
found the remnant of a unci
powerful nation, it nation feared
by all other tribes and still out
of the most robust of thc fast-
disappcaring race.
A Fighting Race
Ii must la* conceded that tin
Hydah's of the Queen Charlotte
Islands saved to this country this
portion of the Province. Thirty
thousand warriors guardid tin
stretch of land, from Behring
Straits to the Fraser River���
Winching over the waterways, in
their large war canoes, and keeping
back the honks of Russia, on the
one side, and the Chinese and
Japanese, on the other. Every
male child was trained in tlu art
of war, and tribute in slaves aril
treasures of skins of ihe wild
animals were levied on the sur-
rour.dir.g Indian iribes. The past
history of Briiish Columbia shows
ihat nt people wire more independent and feared than the Hydah's. Their villages still show the
numerical strength <>f these Norsemen of the Nortii Pacific.
Indian Customs
It was their custom to place the
bodiis of their dead on the top of
spruce trees, which had been sawed
off, about ten feel above the
ground.    There  the  skeletons  of '
past generations can be seen today*
in the grass-grown, deserted camps
along the shores.   Iii some places
the totem |Kiles, and oilier marks
of habitation, can be seen for
many miles, while, in tin- interior of the islands, no evidence
can l.e found of their leaving the
coaal line. During the past half-
century the noble missionaries induced this warlike nation i.u.sst mb
Ic in two villages, where they
could be taught ami brought tinder
CONTINltEO ON PAGE 4
ANGLICAN SYNOD
Archdeacon Collison and Rev.
R. H. OMallery Preached
Yesterday.
v
tji *
i% ft id t% ti&tititititiisttititi
Special Synod sermons in the
morning and evening were held
in the Anglican Church of St.
Andrew yesterday. At the morning service Archdeacon Collison
preached   and    the   church    was
crowded with worshippers. At the
evening service a idling sermon
was delivered by Rev. R. H.
O'Malley formerly of Winnipeg,
now of Denver, Colorado. The
church was again well filled. Today tin Synod Opens in the Church
Hall.
HAS BOUGHT
DR HALL'S HOUSE
Mr. E. Coats of Calcutta Makes
Additional Purchases of Rupert Realty.
the biggest maps of the season
as it is situatid in what will Lithe very lies! residential pari of
the city.
Mr. K. Coats of Calcutta, is
certainly chowing his faith in
Prince Rii|x-rt by his big investments here. He has bought,
besides his other investments previously announced, Dr. HaH'ahoua
viously   announced.   Dr. Hall's
house and lot on Fourth avenue,
from II. F. McRae and Company,
for $2,000.
The  bliv  is  . ���.t*-i.I. i< tl  one  of
VISITED   THEIR   SON
Mr. and Mrs, Manson of Topeka
Left   the   City   Yesterday
Mr. and Mis. M. Manson, of
Topeka, who have s|K*nl a delightful two weeks in the cily as linguists of iluir son, Mr. A. M.
Manson, lefl for the suuth by the
Camosun yesterday. Their two
young daughters accompanied
ilu in on the (rip. *
TWO BOATMEN ESCAPED
WITH LIVES FROM WRECK
Launch "Sandman" Swamped at Moorings Last Night
by Rising Tide���Felix Brown and Dick Latie
Caught Asleep���Crawled Through
Shattered Windows   to
Safety.
ARE PREPARING FOR NEW BIG CONTRACT
Foley, Welch and Stewart Anticipates Getting Contract for Building Next 415
Milea of G.T.P.���Are Rushing the Clearing Work Beyond
Aldermere.
While some rumors stale that
the contracts for the 415 miles
of the G. T. P. grading yet to be
done beyond Aldermere have been
awarded the truth is that nothing
definite is yet made public about
the contracts for the actual grading. The probability is that Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart will
secure a good part of the work
owing to their experience in estimating for and reputation for
carrying out the work.
Clearing Contract Let
Today Mr. Vernor W. Smith
mentioned that thc contract for
the clearing of the first fifty miles
eastof Aldermere hits been awarded
to M. Sheady &��� ('��.   Operations
have been Started and is being
pressed on with all spied.    The
contract  represents about  ?(,(),-
000. Mr. Sheady himself is expected in Prince Rupert on Thursday.
With this work in hands it
becomes a certainty that the actual grading will be contracted
for shortly.
Supply Question
The   problem   of   bringing   in I pouring
supplies to thc construction camps Prince Rupert.
on theflt 415 mil stretch is a big
one. It means horses and more
horses all the time. While supplies
for  a   few   Station  gangs clearing
ground arc easily handled by the
men themselves from Telkwa and
Sci'li y the supplying of large gangs
is quite another matter.  It means
thai   New   Huelton   will   be   a
mighty busy centre this fall, and
Two Indians, Felix Brown and
Dick  Latie, his cousin, narrowly
escaped drowning iii their launch
"Sandman" at three a.m. today.
Only by shattering window:, on
lhe |iort and starboard sides of
the boat did they csca|x- cut and
drenched but wiih thtir lives.
They had pul in to tin* Rupert
Marine Wharf lo renew coils and
batteries for the engine. The
work done they moond lhc boat
by the grade and after a mm Up
town   came   back   and   went    10
���leap in the launch.   Meanwl il.
the tide fell and left the "Si i d-
menl is damaged by ihe water���
lots   of   provisions   were   spoiled
end ilu* engine requires a lot of
al1enlii.ii    to    fix    it.      But    the
Indian owners sunning themselves
and their gear mi the deck this
morning are Imperturable as ever.
THE LACROSSE MATCH
Vancouver Beat Champion
Westminsters on Their Own
Ground.
(Ci'i r.diati Press Despatch}
Vat,1-iiuvi r, Aug. ".--Tin- Van-
man" aground at B bad an^li . ii I rou\ i r hen sse ,11111 beat ibe
the grade. The men never w.ki Niw Westminster iiam by sivcn
Until the rising tide had filled lhe I goals to (our or Saturday at the
launch, Thecoldaaltwatertplaab-1grour.ds oi il i Nevw Weatminatar
lub.
the- work ol ilu- pack trains mil  "'�� ����"'���� tlu-ir sleeping forms gave
, ..... I them the fright ..( their lives and  "~���"
to the campi will be as heavy asl , ., . 1   1-   11,  ,���,���, *,��� ;,, anttm kuI-iv
1 '     I the appearance they made popping I   ]��� B. sWatrom ta in wwn toaay,
the work of train and river boat 1 j*,,,,,,,,*, .*���. broken windows was He arrived from bis camp on the
applies   up  river  from|,.f the Jark-in-llu-Box variety.      ISkccna by  train  and  is  at   lhc
Most of the Iwal's inside equip-'Premier. THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Monday. Aug. 7
A HYPOCRITE UNMASKED
tin many occasions since the question of reciprocity came before
the public the Daily News has presented editorial articles dealing
with the subject. In every instance personalities were avoided. Our
object has always been to appeal to the reason of >>ur readers by a
logical presentation of facts and figures.
Many of our readers have expressed iheir appreciation of our
handling of the subject. Several of the leading newspapers in thi
Dominion did us the liner of reprinting some of the articles. It
is our intention throughout the promt campaign to continue to avoid
personalities and let the facts about reciprocity make their own appeal.
But there are times when a newspaper owes it to its readers to
deal with personalities. Such an occasion for instance is when a
candidate for electoral honor.-, makes the supposed probity and excellence <>f hi- personal character lhe basis of his appeal to the
public.       When  cant  and  hypocrisy parade  lilt nisei vi> Inline  the
public, it is the newspaper's duty to tear the mask away, and let the
public see the real character of the person behind the mask.
In Saturday's is-ue <>f the Evening Empire a long' editorial article
appeared, explaining how Alderman Newton, editor of tin-
Empire and writer of the article came to nominate himself for
Comox-Ailin.
It represented that the recent Conservative Convention held
in tin city was packed by "tinhorns, blacklegs and gamblers;" sixty-
two ul whom were in the pay of a man wlimn il says: "if he had his
just deserts would be breaking stone down at New Westminster."
Claiming that it was only as a sacrifice mi the altar of morality
that he offered himself, Alderman Newton explains his remarkable
action in nominating himself f..r Comox-Atlin, anil his efforts to secure
the party's support.
A REMINISCENCE^ JF SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE ADVENTURE OF THE RED CIRCLE
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
1 who ('idled
..nd
The News is n.n authorized to answer the accusations made
against Mr. Goodman. Nor has the News any authority to speak on
behalf <>f the local Conservative party.
The News has never professed ���"> speak f��>r the local Conse rvative s.
It has strong differences wiih them mi the question of the Provincial
land laws and on the question of reciprocity. But those questions
it is prepared to debate in a manner becoming gentlemen. Ani tlu
News���howiver strongly it may tight agalnsl Conservative political
theories���knows ihe mcmlicrs of tin* local Conservative party only
as gentlemen. So far as we know. Alderman Newton is tin only ingrate
and political assassin amongst them.
But in the ver) Issue "I the newspaper in which Alderman Newton parades his Incorruptible virtue, an* two char evidences of Alderman Newton's real character. Thi public may read for themselves,
and decide whether ilu Incorruptible One is an horn si man or not.
i in tin* front page of the Empire an- two stories. One is headed
"Unfair Tactics by Laurier Government," and the other "Attitude
of Premier McBride."   Both are despatches from the Canadian Press
Corporation, of which  the  l).il>   New-  i- a charler-ini mlier.    The
identical despatches came to thi News aid Empire offices alike.
The first story reads in the original despatch "Laurier ('...urn-
ment niii.li strategic move in ihe interests of reciprocity, etc." In
thiit form it appears in the News.
In the Empin office the -;>>ry was wilfully altered .<i read "Laurier Government made unfair move in ilu* Interests of rcciprocky,"
and on tin* lying alteration, the lying headline was built.
Tin* second story was eve n more artistically treated. The Empire
gave the original despatch tilling that the Liberals regardid Premier
McBride's action in declining t>> enter the Federal field, as indicating
his belief thiii there was no chance of .l.i..' ing th. Government on
the reciprocity issui . Hm it added a paragraph to the Canadian
Press Despatch which was not in the original. It is ihe paragraph sub-headed "Conscrvativi Explanation." This paragraph
is a fake from start to finish. It i- not a part of the original despatch, anil Was never sent out  by the Canadian  Press Corporal ion.
It probably waa concocted in the Empire office.
An Individual who lies commits a contemptible enough act, but
it is not nearly so contemptible iis tin* newspaper thai lies. A news-
piper is under a solemn obligation to its readers to print the truth.
Tu idler a despatch i- i" poison lhc well of truth at its source. It Is
an   ad of treason  against   its   readers. I'
Tin* crime i- tin- greater because Alderman Newton is a candidate
for Comox-Atlin as an opponent of reciprocity.   Tin* Incorruptible
One has been caught at the  game "f living lo gel into office by subverting the truth aboul reciprocity in his newspaper.   He i- a political
gambler   playing tin game with a stacked peck.
"h   was
Holmes.
"You!   How could you call?"
"Your cipher was not difficult,
madam. Your presence hue was
desirable. 1 knew that I had only
it. flash 'Vcni' and you would
surely come."
The beautiful Italian looked
with awe iit my companion.
"I do not understand how you
know these things," she said.
"Guiseppe Gorgiano���how did he"
She paused and then suddenly
lur face lit up with pride and
delight. "Now I see it! My
C.cnnaro! -My splendid, beautiful
Gennaro, who has guarded nu
side front all harm, he did it, wiih
hi- own strong hand he killul the
monster! Oh, Ciennaro, how wonderful you are! What woman
ii mid ever be worthy of such a
man?"
"Well, Mrs. Lucca," said the
prosaic Gregson, laying his hand
upon the hull's sleeve with as
little sentiment iis if sin were
a Noiiing Hill hooligan, "I am not
very clear yet who you or what
you are; but you've said enough
,u make it very clear that we shall
want yuti at the Yard."
"One moment, Gregson," said
Holmes. "1 rather fancy this
lady may be as anxious to give ti-
information as we can be to ge t it.
You understand, madam, thai
your husband will be arrested and
tried fur the death of the man who
lies before us!-' What you say may
be used in evidence.    But if you
���hick   that   he   has   acted   fruin
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
this door,   have   things ns  weihad taken and furnished a little
found them, go with this lady to
her room, nnd form our opinion
after we have heard what it is
thai she has to say to us "
Half an hour later we wen
seated, all four, in lhe small
sitting-room of Signora Lucca, listening to her remarkable narrative of those sinister events, the
ending of which we had chanced
to witness. She spoke in rapid
and Huctu but very conventional
English, which, for thi sake of
clearness. I will make grammatical.
"I Wiis bom in Posilippo, near
Naples," said sin. "and was tht
daughter of Augusto Barelli, who
wiis the chief lawyer and once ih.
deputy of that part. Gennaro
wiis in my father'- employmeutt,
and 1 came to love him, as any
woman nitisi. Hi had neither
money nor position nothing bui
his beauty and Btrength and <n-
ergy���-so my father forbade ihi
match. We ilul together, were
married at Bari, and sold my
it wis to gain thi money which
would take us tu America. This
wi-s four years ago. and we have
bee ii in New York eve r since.
"Fortune was very good io us
iit first. Gennaro was abk to
do a senice to an Italian gentleman��� he saved him irom some
ruffians in the place called the
Bowery, and so madi a powerful
friend. His name was Tito Cas-
talotte, and he was the senior
P irtne r of the grcai firm of Casta*
lotti and Zamba, who ar. the chii f
fruit   importers   of   New   York.
our new friend Castalotte has all
power within tin firm, whKli
employs mure than three hundred
men.    He took my husband int..
motives which are nol criminal, Signor Zamba is en invalid, and
and which he would wish to have
known,   then  you  cannot   Bervc
him better than by tilling us the
whole story."
"Now that Gorgiano is dead we his employment, made him head
fear nothing," said the lady. "He of e department, and shownl hi-
was a devil and a monster, and goodwill towards him in every
there can be no judge in the world!way. Sigpor Castalotte was a
who would punish my husband bachelor, and I belie vi that he
for having killed him." felt as if Genrp.ro was Ids sun.
"In that case," -.i'i Holmes, and both my husband and I loved
"my suggestion is lhat we lock him as if hi were our father,   We
house in Brooklyn, and our whole
future seemed assured, when that
black cloud appeared which was
soon to overspread our sky.
"One night. When Gennaro re
turned from his work, he brought
a fellow countryman back with
him. His name was Gorgiano, and
he had conic also from Posilippo.
lie was a huge man, as you ca.i
tistify, for you have looked upon
his corpse, Not only was his
body that of a giant, but everything about him was grotesque,
gigantic, and terrifying. His voice
wiis like thunder in our litili
house. There was scarce room for
the whirl of his great arms as hi
talked. His thoughts, his emotions, his passions, all wert exaggerated and monstrous. He
i,dked, or rather roared, with such
energy that others could but sit
and listen, cowed with the mighty
stream of words. His eyes blazed
ai you and held you at his mercy.
He wi.s ii terrible and wonderful
man!   I thank God that heisdeadl
"llcca.nn again and again. Yel
I was aware that Gennaro was no
more happy than I was in his
presence. My poor husband would
sit pale ami listless, listening to
the endless linings upon politics
and upon social questions which
made up our visitor's conversation. Gennaro said nothing, bin
I who knew liitn so well could
read in his face some emotion
which I had never seen there before. Al first I thought it was
dislike. And then gradually, I
understood thai i; was inure than
dislike. It was fear���a deep.
secret, shrinking fear. That night
- -the night that I read his terror
I put my amis round him ard
I implored him by Ids love for
me and by all thai he held dear
to hold nothing Irmn me, and to
ull me why this hugi man over
shadowed him so.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd,
1  AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
OFFICERS:
WM. T. KERGIN, M.D. President DAVID N NAYS. f��� ,������,,^
M. J. HOBIN. 2nd Vlce-Pres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER, Secretary-Treasurer     C. B. PETERSON, A\u, .���������,,,
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Land, ���,,/ *.
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent Far Care of Real Estate      tV-ou. Agenh
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit I "ault and Boxes (*,,,-
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposit,
Wc will l*' |ileasi*il to answer any Inquiries mrer-linu lnvi*��tini*nia in Princa I'm ,..
anil Northern llrltlsh Columbia.
The  Continental  Trust  Company;,   Limited,  B5SS?m3S?"
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Alderman Newton has presented an ultimatum to the Conservative party. He haa threatened thai unless tiny d<> cirtain things
satisfactory to him, he will continui hi- candidacy.
ibe News offers an ultimatum to Alderman Newton.   In mn
������fine window is pasted a large sheet oi paper containing the original
JI...I...',*, Prma Despatches, and thc fain stories which Alderman
Newton's pap�� concocted out ..( them
to see and Judge,
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ITS   JUST   LIKE   HOME
Everything  at   Hotel   Elysium
Vancouver is Comfortable
I'idaiially fitted up with every
modern convcr.ier.ee ki own to the
hotel world, the new Hotel Ely-
slum, Pender street, Vancouvi r, is
becoming the home of people from
an* there for the publlcl^Jl08 ,1<"',,rl -��dNorthern B. C���
wink* tiu*y are m Vancouver on ii
��1 Alderman Newt,,,, sdmltS thai  he is a discredited    candi-i       ., ..     , ,
���'""���'���V withdrawing from tit.  field th, Nmm will  withdraw th,L*"��� ^ whcn
evidence of themannerln which he sought   to   trick   th.
Prince Kupert.
tin
are    moderate,   in    con-
* '"    ,Iln~tlonwl**eh6tall.afeature,avenue, 11,000
thai appeals lo guests of the house.
BUILDING  GROWS  BRISK
Permits to Value of Over$16,000
Issued This Week
Building permits representing
work to ilu* value <>f ovi r 118,000
wen issued this week.   Amongst
tho principal items are buildings
projected by tin following:
David   II.   Hays,   stores   and
offices Second avenue, 10,000.
W. J, Coley, residence Fourth
avenue and Bowser street, 11,000,
A. J. Lamphere, residence Ninth
J. L. Desertsn, residence Hows
street, 12,000.
J. postola, store ninth avenue,
11,600.
Messrs. Lindsay's Transfer Co.,
stable, park avenue, $1,000.
Minor alteration and small residences will be built to thc value
of almost another thousand dollars!
Some of today's store advertising
is in the nature of real store-
service to you���giving you timely
Information of value-giving "stun*
is" which the store if planning.
When camphor in the bottle is
roily it betokens a storm.
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Carrying the most complete stock of ECCLESIASTICAL HOliDs
to be found in the west, we are in a position Io furnish int
church in the province with it's needs. A glance at the llluitr*.
tions on page llti of our 1911 catalogue will furnish nil the information required in sending us an order for this line of goods. Am
church requiring altar furnishings, hymn boards or communion
services can secure real values and quality from oiu well chosen
stock.   Write for catalogue.
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Jewellers and Silversmiths
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AVE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The business man who seeks cheapness as the First consideration in buying his printing, never really pays much attention to
other elements in the transaction-except, perhaps, the matter of
getting it done Quickly.
The money SAVED by buying CHEAP printing is money on
which you have paid an absolutely ruinous premium!
It will make you poor if you persist in saving enough of it!
FOR   HIGH CLA8S PRINTING OF ALL KINDS 8EB THE "NEWS JOB"
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
The Best
Procurable.
Absolutely pirn
When  in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
CARLTON   HOTEL
Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.     Rates $1.00 to $2.50 per day.
Hot snd Cold Water in each room.
CORNER    CORDOVA    AND   CAMB1E    STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
wwwvwywwiiMwwwwwwMW^^*^
Thousand Gallon Tank
To keep the hospital supplied
with water in time of frost or
drought a 10000 gallon lakn was
recently ordered. The material
for this has arrived and lhe tank
is to be erected at once under the
supervision  of  Mr.  Lucas of  the
cily engineering department. The
lank is a specially suitable one of
very durable red-wood, and was
selected by Mr. H. H. Clark. It
will be built and placed in position
either by days' labor or dontracl
as decided by the gexectuive committee.
Through the generosit) ol
Westholme Lumber CompwJ J
iiK.iii.gcr,  Mr.  Albert. WW ��J
to send to tin SCCretar) ���' ''"'I'"
for $100 towards the Ho*1''
Funds.   Tin- gift was paprcc'��"
and will be acknowledged by*
managing sccrelary.    Hospitfl
counts for the month amounts
gore ove' .i"
to sonic SHOO were .
passed by the board for pay-���'
Mr. I). C. St. wan. I'n-i'i""
th.* Hospital Board, pre**& ��V
the meeting which wa*-1"*'1 "''
police court room   Fndaj
noon. THE DAILY NEWS
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General Merchandise
Largest Stock.
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN
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V.  F. ti. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED  AGREEMENTS  FOR  SALE PURCHASED
and - Stewart
Prince Rupert
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the 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 Cerner" will fill a social need.
STRIPED VOILE COSTUME
For Sale
Lut
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18 and 4
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Block
34
14
36
Section
8
8
7
Price
$325.00
650.00
2.000
Come in and see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
ItOADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
Windsor Hotel
IIIIST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Healed Rooms
A MUST  CLASS BAB   AND  DININO
l.iH.M IN CONNECTION
Mils 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
-HE.
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prince  Rupert Lodffe, No. 318, Sons of
I'.rik'liin.l. m.'i-M tin- lirst  im.l  third Tuetdays  tn
-.ii-h month in the Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Box mj. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President* Box 23
Rochester &
aT      Monroe
Ladysmi/m
'���>* Coal.
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-.:    Phone ns
1 SAVOY HOTEL
rrn-.fr antl Fifth St.
I Ik- only hotel In town
with hot an<l mild water In r- - in* Beit fur-
n<*h��l hoima north of
Vanrouver. R-nu-mn KM
up. I'hone ST. P.O.
B��x 129.      ::      :
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything tor Ladles 6 Children
"The Ladies' Store'
MRS. S. FR1ZZELL
ilteth Street        Phone Black 184
���ALL KINDS OF���
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
Wide striped black and while
and blue and white voiles arc
among the most fashionable midsummer fabrics for afternoon
gowns. A pretty suggestion for
tin* making of such gown is shown
above. The neck arrangement
is particularly fetching with its
yoke of plain white linen iit d double
shoulder collar of line embroidery
and black velvet bow iis a finishing
touch. Girdle is black satin and
tlu* sleeve ends arc stain and
licnc effectively combined in all
new and unique cuff.
HONOR OR BLAME?
Rockefeller Says Wife Made His
Great Fortune
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox lintel la run nn the European
i.liin    I ir.t .-laa. service.   Alt the Lntftt Modern
Improvements.
HEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
"Had it not been for my wife's
business sagacity and her clear
insight into affairs," si'id John I).
Rockefeller recently, "1 would be
a poor man. Many limes her
advice lias been counter to my
ideas, but lur judgment has Invariably proved the better."
From the early days whin the
Standard Oil Company had  its
beginning, Mrs. Rockefeller has
known the ditcils of every transaction of tlu business. It is
si'id lu-r Interest in its activities
are unflagging.
She kept the books when the
riciipts were not large enough lo
warrant an office force; shestuelicd
every business move her husband
made, and together they pla.-rul
to i.iilni the scope of the business.
Win n her services as bookkeeper
,u*re no longer required, Mrs.
Rockefeller became con full ntial adviser, and il was through the
soundness of this advice that she
has won her husband's tribute to
her as a great fortune builder.
For
plates
lemon pie, line the pic
with gooil pastry. For
everyday use make a pastry in the
proportion of one cup of flonr,
hliif a cup of lard and butter
mixed, quarter of a teaspoonful oi
baking powder. Mix with told
water. This will mak'. the shells
for two pies. For tho filling take
one cup of sugar, the grated rind
and juice of one large ur two small
lemons, three yolki of eggs, two
heaping lablespoonfuls of corn
starch, nnd water to make a thick
custard. Mix the starch with the
cold water, add enough boiling
water to thicken, allow lo boil ten
minutes, add egg, sugar, and lemon, boil up once, and pour into
the shells. Make a merjngue of
the whites.
SINGLE SEX CARS
Not  Such   a  Success  as They
Seemed Likely to Be
New York women did not take
kindly to the offer of a traction
line to provide separate cars for
iheir use, most of them preferring
thc society of nun with all its
drawbacks, to segregation. It will
be interesting, therefore, says a
writer in Succiss Magazine, to
sec how the proposal of a western
railroad to Install separate parlor
cars for women will appeal to the
supposed beneficiaries of this arrangement. Tin railroad promises to fit up the ladies' car will)
cozy comers, couches and buffets
with electric grills. Tin idea is
that women, who are practically
barred from snicking cars by reason of their prejudice in favor of
air to breathe, will thus sicurc
retaliation, as no man but tin
harmless necessary conductor will
be permitted to inter. If lhc
special car idea takes with the
ladies, why not special trains
with everything aboard���the reading club inciting in the library
car, bridge on the back platform,
electric curling irons and automatic back-hookers in every berth,
and in the nursery a machine that
rocks the baby and points out
lhe sights to the children? Sonic
day the comic weeklies may be
poking fun at the old-fashioned,
co-educational train in which men,
women and children had to put
up with each other's society for
hours at a time.
To Visit Her Father
Miss Marion Quinlan daughter
of Dr. Quinlan of this city, is nt
present visiting lur grandmother,
Mrs. Marion Allen at Victoria.
Dr. Quinlan purposes a trip liclow
to meet his d.-lighter and bring
her to Rupert. Miss Quinlan has
been at the finishing school at
San Jose, California, this season.
for moil delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., use
Robin Hood Flour
Kour Dealer Has It
TFRED. STORK
-General Hardware��� X
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Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes
Grnniteware
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Oxford Stoves *
Tinware ��
SECOND
AVENUE I
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second iiven.u* and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  A I'lUI nits
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 28(
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
U. I'll KU CARSS,
of BrIUsh Columbia
and ftUnllol*-* llara.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of ItC Out4(1... Ssa-
  k*lch��WM  ���nd Al-
MkBn
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
OfflM-Exchani-** block, comer Third ���venu* and
Sixth .ii.a-i. Princ* Km��i. S
WM. S. HALL, I.. U.S.
Dentist.
U.D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully ir-salad. Ou and
local anaathellc* aiinmnat.T.at fur th* palnle** *l-
tvmcUon of teeth. Consultation free. Ofltcaa:
llelmrson Block. Pi-inc* llui..-,t ll-U
Air, M Man.,.,, B.A..      W K Willlama.li �� . I..I..I.
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. 0. BOX 0
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
roru. or wu. roxoN. nq.. a.a...*.."ion., mo
Visits Islands
Mr. Wilson is at present visiting
the Graham Island mines. On
his return from there he will
proceed to Goose Bay, view the
llidtli n ("reck properties, and then
take in some properties on ihe
Osdaw River which are believed
to be especially promising. Well
supplied with .the first hand fact*
regarding the mines Mr. Wilson
will return lo lay these- before ihe
Depart men t.
Not every ad interests evefy
person���but every nd interests
some of the people, and sometimes one ad may lake an almost
universal appeal.
Creamery Butter
that is Positively Pure.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AOENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
ITEMS   OF
ISPORT
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MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRU8T CO.
Phone 318.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cudaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Third Ave.. n*ar nth 81.
Phone 190 I
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER 4 EMBAt.MEK
HTWK COMri.KTK PHONE 112
Tom Kennedy the former heavy
weight amateur champion of the
United State*, has decided to enter
the  ranks of  the  professionals,
and is now looked upon as one of
the possible "while hopes."
f.l     a;*-     *,*l
Ray Seymour made two miles
on a motor cycle in  1.20 at Salt
Lake City recently, being within
two-fifths of ;i second of the
world's record made by De Rosier
ill  l.t is Angeles.
its ti tt
Jimmy Coffroth, the San Francisco boxing impressario, has as*
suranccs thai he can land Billy
Papke and Frankic Klaus for ;���
twenty-round match for the middleweight championship of the
world in September or possibly in
August.
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National League Clubs are certainly having their share of thc
lougli luck this season and Philadelphia seems to be getting a
double dose, although lhe Phillies
arc fighting gamely to keep their
place in the fast race.
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The news that (*. W. Power has
decided to take no further pari
in automobile racing events will
conic as ;i surprise to quite n number of motorists in Western Canada. Power has been entered in
practically every event of im-
poriancc since 1903, when racing
in the west with the road race
from Winnipeg to Stonewall and
return. He is the present holder
of the Canadian amateur mile
record, having recaptured the tilli
from R. Husk last fall, when lu-
covcred ii mile on the Kirklicld
track iu .V.) -I-") seconds.
A challenge which may bring
ilu two greatest racing automobiles of the world together in
America has been sent by E. A.
Mon.ss, manager of the "Bob"
Burman and tin- "Blitzen" Hen/,
io tin* Fiat Auto Import company,
in New York. The challenge is
for a race at any distance from
five miles up lo otic hundr
miles between the Benz with which
Burman made world's rt cords on
ilu- Florida beach last spring and
lilt* 800 horse power Fial driven
by Signor P. Bordino at Salthiiru
by the Sea, England, on July l.
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Information has come to ilu
Manitoba Amateur Athletic As-
cosi.uion that Howard Crawford
and Stephen Gunnlaugson, of Brandon, who wen- re-lnstated to amateur ranks last winter, have again
broken the amatitir rules by taking
part in baseball games for a
money consideration. Pending an
investigation of the facts, their
amateur cards have la-en cancelled,
and they will noi be allowed to
tak- pan in an) amateur s|M.n
until this mailer is cleared up to
lhc satisfaction of lhe board of
governors of the Manitoba Amateur Athletic Association.
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 ami Sundays
at S a.m. Special line mi Sunday
boat. 18,60 return including raeali
ami berth.
is. Prince Albert sails fm* Pint   Simp-
sim,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.IK1 p.m.
ami for!
Qlissn Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from I'rince Kupert Wed
nesilays and Saturdays,   1  p.m.,  re-
turnlng   Thursdays   and   Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains 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. Coast Service
Famous Princess  Line
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S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL
Monday,   August 7th, 9  a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. & McN.b
General Agent
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
TUESDAY, AUG. 8th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
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|| w. j. McCutcheon +
, i   Carriei complete ttock of 1 h v    Special
i i      attention paid tu filling prescription*.
! Theatre Block Paom No. n Second Are.
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES. LATH. BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Going to 'Frisco
W. P. Sully of the firm of Foley.
Welch iNi Stewart has conic down
river and is on his way to San
Francisco for a holiday. He Stayed
over nighl at lhc Premier Hotel.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
When a store bargain is Interesting enough io advertise, it's
quite likely to be Interesting enough
to investigate.
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old olllce nf Optimist, wll only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Bent ni vl<* In Seattle. Fruit ami Candy, whole-
tale and Retail. Look for (lash sijrr. at niirht
SAM C.OWr.N. Proprietor Phone350
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston annotincos that he
has commenced work for th.' city.
All  orders   received   nt   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge. I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in lhe Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members   of   the  order in thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADK. N. G.
H.  H. MORTON, Sec.
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REAL
ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Contracts
He sells Buildings
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lota
He builds Homes
Special  Bargains in
Kitsela.i 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
He buys Leases
He sells Houses
List Your  Properties  with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He has Farms For Sale
He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince  Rupert, B. C.
��^��i.ji;^:S5:SiS!G!^iS!G!Si. THE   DAILY NEWS
ONCE THE HOME
OF INDIANS
(Continued from Pago One)
the guidance of the government
of the country,    Prior to  thai
time, it  was not  safe for traders
or others, u> visit the camps,
Noble  Missionaries
Archdeacon   Collison   and   his
family, wen* instrumental in bringing about many of the conditions
that exist today, on the north end
of Graham  Island.    Twenty-eight
yen- ago they were assisted by
tlu* Rev. C. Harrison who is still
hale and hearty and has made his
home on the island for thai number  of   years,    The   Methodist
Church arranged t>. take the spir
ituiil   care   of   those   living   on
Skidegate Inlet and in the neighborhood    >'f   the   south   end   .'I
Graham Island, where the church,
SChoolhouse and other modern iin-
provitiiiiits. show the markid progress made in the short time lhc
natives have been under the supervision ..I the earnest men and|
women   who  devoted   their  lives
to th.: uplifting of the Indian.
Are Peaceable Now
It has been the banc of British
Columbia, in the populous cities,
to  hear   the   remarks   pasM-d  on
tht* dangers  from  the natives of
ihis Province.    There are many,
even  to this day, who fear thiit
their   lives   will   be   in   jeopardy
should they attempt t<> visit the
Province.   Oneargumeni and one
only, need be adduved to prove
that   the   Indians are  peaceable,
and that is a fact, beyond dispute,
thiit but one police officer can Ih*
found   on   lhe   Queen   Charlotte
group, and he resides iu a settlement of whites.
Progressive Indians
Tin- astonishment of strangers
can Ik latter understood, on their
visiting the Indian villages, whin
it is staled that the natives show
them their schoolliouscs and church.'-; their town halls antl well-
kept streets; tin-ir co-operative
stores and gasoline launches; their
wcll-dri--i*d  women  and  children
and the sanitary arrangements to
preserve health. In each town
can Ik- heard the gramaplu.ne
and on the streets the uniformed
Ixind- play selections, during the
summer evenings. It may well
Ih* siid that the advancement of
ihe Indian, towards civilisation,
is ..tu* of tin* marvels of ilu* present
century.
SUN SIMPLY
BLAZED DOWN
Dried Muskeg Caught Fire Yesterday Afternoon on Sixth
Ave. Panamas and Pretty
Light Frocks Everywhere in
City.
If tin* official figures do not
provt yesterday's sunshine to have
been the hottest on record in
Prince Rupert for many a day of
even thi- glorious summer it will
be ii wonder. All day the sun
biased down on the city. 1'lank-
Ways and the brown-green wastes
of muskeg basked and bilked in
the torrid glow, ll was impossible
to venture out for even a moment
without shady headgear.   At all
lhe church servicis pretty white
frocks were very much in evidence,
and the nun folk went envying
the girls in their cool atiire. Boat-
ami canoes were iii extra demand
on the hike-still harbor all afternoon and evening, and the gl<>r\
of a l'rine-e Rupert golden sunset
ended the perfect day.        o
It may be hard for some people
to believe this but it is nevertheless true that on Sixth avenin
beyond Hays Creek Bridge tit
about four o'clock yesterday afternoon a little stretch of dry muskeg
actually smouldered anil smoked
under the fierce sunshine. Tlu
lire w;is creeping steadily over the
dry surface of the ground in a
little ]>atch when discovered. It
had only just begun to burn and
there was no sign of match, cig-
arette end, or cigar butt that might
have started it.
"The News" Classified Ads*
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A
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ir
CAREFUL   LOOKING
The Insurance People
EVEKY CLASS UK INSURANCE.    I'.ET Ot'B KATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
I'liuin* l.'ai Third Avenue and Fulton Si
lis tv: v   -i   *.: S*  * $ -J>  ii ti xS(  ti tjj cS
v THE HONEYMOON TRAIL .
���ft i"  A ci cCa &  S. * W  * *����� St
Cleveland Comedy Company a
Great Bunch of Fun Makers
Won Suits
The following gentlemen won
suiis in Sloan and Company's
Suit Clubs on Saturday:
No.   9���S. P. McMordie.
No. 10���S. Rankin.
No. 11���C. H. Rogers.
No. 12���J. A. Austin.
No. 13���W. Angle.
No. 14���E. D. Johnson.
No. 15���J. L. Mcintosh.
Other clubs are now forming.
ft i.
SHIPPING REPORTS
.    '.-    *.    V   V   V    :.--.-. .    V   *:-   *
(In an ensuing special article
the great mineral wealth and
natural resources of the Queen
Charlottes will be dealt with.- -Kill.
Put im eyewinker inside   your
-lothes, wi-h. and you will have ii
rented.
There is dense log at Triangle
and Tatoosh today, wiih overcast
weather al Estcvan, Point Grey
and Cii|H* I.../U.
The following Vessels were s|*ok-
cn off Tatoosh: a .earner Maverick,
northbound at��>. -4 -*%: steamer B. W.
Winter at Port Crescent at 7.10;
steamer Gallic o-tnl-ound at 7.16
and steftmer Tainaltain outbound
at 8.
Tho local wireless station reports
that   the   Princess  Royal   will   be
in at. .1 p.m. from the north.
On the old trail that is ever new
the Cleveland Comedy Company
had with them at the Empress
Theatre on Saturday evening as
large a crowd of mushers iis ever
assembled in that building and
it Wiis an evening crowded with
merriment from start to finish.
Old trail blazers hold the opinion
that one can always tell an Indian from ii white man's trail,
because while the hitter bulls
through the bush in as direct a
line as possible the course of the
wild man is as lhal of a playful
current of electricity, following
the line of least resistence. "Tlu
Honeymoon Trail" is something
like that.
The title suggests a general
direction but presently you don't
know whether you are on the
trail of off it, or where it is leading
you. It is, in short, as are most
musical comedies, merely a siring
on which to peg a number of
stunts, songs, dances, and comicalities, but it is from every point
of view fresh and bright and as
invigorating as a summer morning.
It is a good clean, healthy fun
from beginning to end, with not
a risque line or pose in it.
Also, it is presented by a good
company which has the art of
seeming to enjoy it to the full,
making the funny episodes which
follow in rapid succession as apparently spontaneous as they are
unexpected. They are all good
as character actors and above the
average as vocalists, and thc octette of chorus girls are as daintily
charming as iheir songs and dances.
With every song they appear in
a new costume more charming
than the last, forming a background of pretty coloring in every
scene.
Notice to Liberals
A general meeting of th* I .ibcrsls of Prince Rupert
wUI be be !.| in the
McINTYRE HALL, 3rd AVENUE
SB the ci ening of
THURSDAY, AUG.  10th
at 8 o'clock. Tor tile purpos*-- of el ecUng delegates to a Convention to
he held at Nanaimo on Saturday, Aug. 19th
THIS   MEETING   IS   NOT CONKI ICE [I   TO MEMBERS OK THE  ASSOCIATION
BUT IS OHM TO ALL LIBERALS
P. W. ANDETISON, Secy.
I
Lost and Found
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LOST-A Kodak: left on Metlakatla w-inrf-
Finder rewarded by leaviti-* same at Campbell i
Cl��ar Store. Iffl-tf
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For Rent
Special rates by
166-tf
Furnished rooms with bath,
the week.   Talbot House.
Neatly Furnished rooms. fi*entl**m��*n preferred. -
Apply Mra. Mullln, over Majestic Theatre,     if
Lame well furnished room, private family.
Splendid view of harbor. Gentlemen only.
Apply P.O. Box 1619. KH-tf
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainments,
dances, etc.   Apply J, H. Rollers, phone 116.
Wanted-Small house, furnished or partly furnished.   State terms tc Box R. Daily News.14l.-tf
Cosy furnished rooms. Mrs. Rower. Somerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Elithth. 117-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
sstt***Am*****tm%**
Help Wanted
Wanted-Good sized boy to help In kitchen and
make himself trenerally useful. Apply James
Hotel. 3rd Ave., corner of 8th Street.
Scotch Woman wants work, house-cleaning, wash-
fnir or fancy ironinir. Work taken home if
desired. Apply Apartment House, 1st Ave.
and McBride 176-181
r
For Sale
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For Sale���Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house, household iroods. Near Prince Rupert. A snap if
taken at once.   Address Box 368. tf
For Sale-Owner will sell four goal lota Nos. 23,
24, 25 and 26. Block 27, Section 6, Taylor street,
site 41 x 25 x lllo, at $71X1 each, on reasonable
terms.   Apply Box 999, P.O.. Prince Rupert
176-1S2
Fire Insurance
THE British Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, Enxland, with capital
of I2.S00.0OO.00. See us for rates. The Mack
Realty and Insurance Company*. 70-tf
Business   Chances
Good money In Moving Pictures. Wanted���A
party to start moving picture show In Prince
Rupert. Write me for particulars. H. Davis.
Walertown. Wis. 137-wl
The songs and part songs of
which there are many, "caught
on" and you could hear the
refrains humming along the streets
and on the waterfront last night
by many a young couple. "If All
the M'xins were Honeymoons,"
and "I'll Get You Vet, Little
Girl" were apparently the favorites. Tonight the title of the
musical comedy is "A Minister's
Son," but at least half of the
large audience of Saturday evening
hopes the company will give them
the pleasure of hearing "The Honey
moon Trail" again during the
week.
LIBERAL RALLY
Meeting   to   Select   Delegates
Called for Thursday Evening
On Thursday al 8.1*10 p.iv. a
meeting of ihe Liberal.- in this
city will be held in the Mcli'iyrc
II.ill for the purpose of selccing
elegates for the Convention to
choose ;i candaidate io represent
tlu* constituency in the Domli ion
House. All Liberals arc Invited
to be present.
All of the uninteresting stores
are unadvertised stores.
Wonderful Flour Called Robin
Hood with Great Qualities
.-\ new Hour has been placed or
the  market   in   Prince   Rupert���
the name of it is  Robin  Hoot
manufactured  by  Saskatchewan
Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Moosejaw,
Sask.
Owing to the peculiar dryness
of Saskatchewan wheat, as we
as the improved met bonds of
milling, Robin Hood (lour absorbs
an unusual amount of water, hence
it makes more bread and holi
mositure longer than any oilier
kind of Hour. Besides getting
more bread, consumers will have
better, sweeter and more nutritious
bread.
The superior quality of Robin
Hood has been demonstrated again
and again, and it only requires
but a test baking to show the
unsurpassed possibilities of this
Hour, for bread and biscuits alike.
Every intelligent housewife wishes
to have the best and sweetest
bread that can In made, and there
is just oneway to accomplish this���
by using Robin Hood llour.
The quality was demonstrated
through the following incident in
the Coronation festivities in London: Several thousand Saskatchewan farmers donated a handsome
large silver basket filled with bread
made of Saskatchewan flour. The
bread-basket reached his Majesty
���but the delicious flavor of the
bread was too irresistible to some
unsuspecting attendant who consumed it Ix'fore it reached its
destination.
Robin Hood flour is handled
by all dealers in Prince Rupert.
It is sold on an absolute guarantee
which means your money will lie
refunded if not satisfactory.  Why
not try a sack next time you order
flour?
OXIim(mOfMKXXXXXXXMOCXX��(XC
TO WATER USERS.
On account of the scarcity of water
the supply will be cut off between the
hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. during the
drv weather.
WM. MAHLON DAVIS.
177-tf Supt. Waterworks.
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in lima in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a      :      :      :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Tim* I        :
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
phone 82
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Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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ANOTHER CANDIDATE
Harry Smith  of Stewart  will
Contest   the   Comox-Atlin
Seat.
Announcement is made lhat
with the backing of the Stewart
Conservative Association. Mr. Harry Smith, the well known hotel-
niiiii of ihat town, has decided to
stand for nomination as Conservative candidate for Comox-
Atlin.
William - Grant
Plumber.   Sleamfiller
���nd Sanitary Engineer
Has left his old stand in the basement of the Helgerson block
and ii now on
THIRD AVENUE
Opposite   the   Telephone   Office
phone :iM
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Notice
The Arm known as Director Cohen A Compos
hare this day Alia-. Ith. ISII. di.*a-l*.*d ranw
ship. All liabilities up to this dalr will br .-.Mlj
r��*pon��lbl*. All oulstandtna account. ah-aik! k
paid to I. Director or M. B. i '���... ������
baled Ana u.t 4th.
nwi
P������������������1
75 x 100 ft FOR LEASE
on Third Avenue and Ninth Sirwt
y��ie Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited.
Jerry
w������������
I lime AV'C CARTAGE and
UNUjAlO     STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Order* promptly (Med.   Prices I**-***.**
OFFICE- H. B. Rochceur. e>nti*e St.    nm ��
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XXXHIOOt
FOR  RENT
Store Bulldlnr on ******  tsmm s*
Serenth Street.   Low Rent
I
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltdj
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Do Your Shoes    f
Need Repairing   ���
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
7th and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Hart   Block       :       :
$500
$800
$50
Cash buys furnished totd
with 20 rooms.  Price WW*
Cash buys fln>- *K*"2
property including Hom"*
9th Avenue, Section 5.
Cash buy. a nice lot i';**110"
7, Balance $26 a month.
Furnished Hotel for Leaw.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur.ncf.
John Kadaka.    JOHN DYBHAVN
Third Avenue       Bet. 7th and 8th Sts.
Pattullo Block.
���o*o*o*o*c*a*o)K)*o*o*o*^^
5 We beg to announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenue S
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���  For the next two weeks we will occupy the entire Hart Block and during that time we shall offer some Great Values in Furniture and Home Furnishings """     }
GRAND 15 DAYS SALE OF FURNITURE
Carpets, Curtains, Drapery and  Stoves.
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We carrry a full line of Carpet, LinoleumB, Crockery, Couches.
Glassware,   Table  Cutlery,   Baby  Carriages, etc.,  etc.,  etc.
i^RRHSVSKTti F   W   HART ^��<"*�����Wind������for *
*o*o*o*o*n*, 1 r *       VV *      *Lf\I\. 1 Startling Value.. *

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