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 THE
WEATHER
Twenty-four
hours ending 5
a.m,,
Aug. I.
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VOL* II.  NO. 173
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, August 2, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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FEARED CRUISER NIOBE
WILL BE TOTAL WRECK
Flagship of Canada's Navy is Slowing Sinking Beneath
the Waves Although Pumps are Working Night
and Day- Only Ten Feet Aft Visible
Now
Canadian Press Despatch)
Halifax, Aug. 2.���It is feared
thai the cruiser Niobe is doomed
,n Miik beneath the waves, as her
condition grows worst* daily despite the efforts of the engineers
and pumping steamers to keep
lur afloat.
Is Slowly Sinking
Thc pumps arc working  night
| iintl day without ceasing, but the
rata i*> crawling Up in her engine
moms,  and   her   hull   is   sinking
deeper Into   the   water.    She   is
I Kitting afti and thia morning not
I more than ten fe-e-t of her after-
da were visible above water.
In Clarke's Harbor
Tin* wricked flagship after being
jiiiM.il from the rocks was hauled
I towards   the   eastern    point   of
Clarke's Harbor, where she now
lies anchored in seven and three-
quarter fiuhorns of water. In-
creasetl efforts will be made to
keep her afloat, now that the
gales are moderating, but the
outlook is not hopeful.
FIND OF COAL
Big  Seam  of  Anthracite  Discovered   at   Jordan   River
(Canadafa) Press Despatch)
Victoria, Aug. 2.���The tug Midge from Jordan River brings the
report of a find of a big seam of
anthracite coal in a hill back
of the Vancouver Island Power
Company's plant.
(PERISHED IN
ASYLUM FIRE
Eight Persons are Missing at
Hamilton Feared Some Attendants are Victims.*
i ... ..li.... Press Despatch)
Hamilton, Aug. 2.���Eight lives
I ���*���  '�������� known t" have lieen los
I in ilu* a, ylum fire early yesterday
I morning.
I   ��.'- ..i firs! thought that all
ihi   padenta  had   liven   removed
ifcty.    ll is feared lhat some
Ittlcndanta  were   victims  of   the
I lira- also.
A PRETTY WEDDING
| Miu Agnes Angus Became the
Bride of Mr. Norman Mackintosh Last Night.
I hr home of Captain and Mrs.
K.il.iM.n w.i-. the scene of a pretty
Stdding last  night, when  in the
��� i nf a score of tln-i  closes)
hi'i'b. Mis> Agnes Rhi.da Angus
'���"���iiir the bride of Mr. Norman
I Mackintosh of the News editorial
1    n   Was  ii   more   ,h;*n   usual
ii. im ..( romance abom the oc*
tSMon.     Both   bride   aid   groom
Scotland, both an* chll-
��� i   the  mar.se,  and  were
sin childhood.   The bride
- 'he second daughter of Rev.
James Angus, minister of Stirling,
Scotland, and the groom is the
second son of Rev. William Mackintosh, minister of Torosay, Scotland, The bride only arrived in
the city a few days ago, after
travelling across the ocean i'l'.d the
continent with a parly of friei'.ds.
The rooms were tastefully dec-
or; led for the occasion, aid Riv.
Mr. James of Si. Andrew's Church,
performed the ceremony. The
petite bride h her pretty wedding
gown, bridal veil, floral wreath
and bouquet looked chi rming.
A moment ;;f.ir ihe marriage
register was signed, a Special "wedding  extra"  of  the  Daily   News
was circulated, giving the latesi
news about lhe affair. It had
photographs of the young couple
and some of the guests, together
wiih wholesome advice to "Mack,"
causing a gooel deal of merriment.
The toast to the bride and
groom was drunk in champagne
ar.d spoken lo by several of iheir
friends, who joined in lhe best
of good wishes for their happiness,
Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh will
take a house <>n Seventh avenue.
Broke an Eccentric
While on lur 1 rip from the south
ilu* s.S. Ramona of the Pacific
Coaal    Line   broke   an   eccentric
rod.   She had it fixed by Foley,
Welch and Stewart's men after a
delay of a few hours. She left
(or the norlh al seven o'clock last
evening.
CRESCENTS WON MATCH
AFTER AN EXCITING GAME
They Beat the Quill Drivers Team by the Narrow Margin of 40 to 39 After One of the Best Games Seen
for a Long Time
ilu* score for the sicond
f*��  ;'> .he local indoor baseball
I'.--, ���
1 ttscenta 40
"���'ill Drivers      :,!>
al.i's game played al the
mi was unquestionably
played this tenon.   Up
last innirg  .m- set,   . ������-
in I. lor of .he Cr�� ���-
u n in favor.of .he y.iill
lh. -. in ihs I; s. rdui .1
" -'     is, when the score
lv.-s stole home from
Ami
il..
In    nstill   that   tin
erswere trimmed.
1       fourth Inning .he Q D's
' runs ahead of .hi ir op-
'   ��� bui urged on by a big
I"        "f   rooters,   lhe   Baptist
".' aggregation got busy and
pulled up enough to win.
The game brought out a big
rafl   of   fans.     The   lineup  was:
Crescents! Sidle, Ives,Green, Rogers, Dobl ing and Daggett.   Quill
Drivers; Sloan Vance, Johnson,
Baker, Sbaveley, Tobey, Henning.
The umpires were Nelson Dunn
and Mr. Shea.
Thc next league game is fixed
f, r   tomorrow   night   when    the
Blue Ribbons and Maple Leafa
.till combat.
With every berth filled with
passengers and l��'r holda loaded
down   wiih  coiisignineils of  lish,
the s.S. City <*f 9eattle called in
here early this morning bound for
the south. She carried mail and
some passengers from here.
SPELLBINDERS
FROM ENGLAND
  i
Money and Speakers to Come
from England to Help Conservatives Fight Reciprocity.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Aug. 2.���Owing to the
continued pressure brought to bear
upon them by candidates for reelection to Parliament, die leaders
of both parties decided today io
begin active campaigning early
next week.
A rumor persists here that the
tariff reformers of England will
enter the campaign with shakers
and funds to help the Conservatives
to fight reciprocity.
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| BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Tacoma 5, Vancouver 2.
Spokane 7, Seattle -I.
Portland 9, Victoria s.
American League
Detroit 13, Philadelphia li.
St. Louis 4, Boston II.
Washington 1, Cleveland 0.
New York 4, Chicago ;{.
National League
Pittsburg 10, Boston 2.
No other games.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 0, 'Frisco 2.
Vernon G, Los Angeles 2.
Oakland 2, Sacramento 1.
ELECTION IN
QUEBEC ALSO
Rumor that Sir Lomer Guoin
will Appeal to the Electors of
Quebec.
Montreal, Aug. 2.-���There is
now an impression in well informed
political circles thiit Sir Lomer
Guoin will appeal to the country
iit an early date and that the
provincial elections will be over
before the federal polling or that
the itppeal to the local and fetleral
electorate will take place on the
same day.
The question of lhe province's
rights in pulp legislation is at
stake.
GEO. H. COWAN TO RETIRE
FRMVANCOUVER SEAT
Conservative Candidate May be Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper or J.
H. Tisdale*--Hon. Wm. Templeman May Not Run in Victoria
...Judge Mclnnes is Ambitious to Run in Comox Atlin���
Clifford Sifton to Stump the Western Provinces
SIR DANIEL McMILLAN
TO OPPOSE HON. R. ROGERS
Winnipeg Liberals Get a Strong Candidate in the Retiring Lieut.-Governor to Oppose Manitoba
Minister���Great Fight Promised in
Winnipeg.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Aug. 2.���The Winnipeg Liberals decided today to
nominate Sir Daniel McMillan,
the retiring Lieutenant-Governor
of Manitoba as their candidate
for the Winnipeg si*at in thc
forthcoming general elections. Sir
Daniel is an olel campaigner in
the Liberal ranks, and his candidacy is looked upon as a strong
one.
To Oppose Rogers
This ilecision  followed  the an*
nouneemeiu   that  Hon.  Rolwrt
Rogers. Minister of Public Works
in the Roblin Government, will
resign his portfolio and contest
the Winnipeg federal seat in the
Intersel of the Conservative party.
The  contest   between  Sir   Daniel
and Hon. Mr. Rogers promises to
be an Interesting one.
D. C. Cameron Succeeds
Sir Daniel's term of office as
Lieutenant-Governor expired yesterday, and Mr. D. C. Cameron,
the will known lumberman, who
has many interests on the Pacific
Coast, was sworn in as his successor. Mr. Cameron was the unsuccessful :Liberal candidate at
the lasi Federal election.
Are Preparing Lists
The Dominion Government announced today that it will take
the preparation of thc voters' lists
for Winnipeg and Brandon out of
.he hands i.f ilu- Provincial Government, and will appoint election
clerks and judges.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Aug. 2.���It is reported here that George H. Cowan,
the late Federal member for Vancouver, will not be a candidate
again for Parliamentary honors.
Who the Conservative candidate
will be is not yet definitely settled,
but there are several gentlemen
who are reported lo be desirous
of the honor. Among these are
said lo be Sir Charles Hibbert
Tupper and Mr. J. H. Tisdalc,
M. P. P.
Rumor about Templeman
It is also reported from Ottawa
thiit Hon. William Templeman
will not offer himself again for
nomination to Parliament. Some
time ago, Mr. Templeman announced that  he would not  be a
candidate for Comox-Atlin again,
bui il was conjectured that he
would run for his home town of
Victoria.
Duncan Ross or Mclnnes
The Libend candidate for Comox
Atlin  has not  yet la-e-n   decided
upon, but it will be either Duncan
Ross or Judge Mclnnes. Duncan
Ross is known to be a sin.ng
favorite in  lhe northern  part  of
the   riding,   but   some  of  Judge
Mclnnes'  friends are desirous of
securing ihe- nomination for him
Decide on Thursday
The en vent ion of Vancouver
Liberals is to take place on Thurs-
eliiy night when they will select
Federal candidates. Owing to the
importance of the coming election,
the provincial convention called
for August 81st to formulate a
Provincial platform haa been cancelled.
May Hear Sifton
It is stateel lhat Clifford Sifton
haa undertook to stump ihe Wi stern Provinces agaii si reciprocity.
WOMEN WILL
RECALL DILLING
Seattle's Mayor Who Replaced
Gill on Recall to Suffer His
Predecessor's Fate.
Seattle, Aug. 2. -Recall the recall mayor, Oeorgc W. Dialing
and elect "Bob," Hodge, the present sheriff of King county.
Thai is lhe slogan of lhe recall
association which has been working
for the recall of I Idling for over
it  month,     Within   the next   ten
days, according to Mrs. Catherine
Slirtan, the moving spirit of the
association,   there   will   be   more
than the required 15,000 signatures
to bring about the recall election.
Four counciliiicn are also included
in lhe propositi recall.
The chief grievance against Mayor Dilling is that he has failed to
institute jail reforms.
If Mayor Dilling should be recalled, it will be accomplished by
the same factor which brought
about his election-���the votes of
women.
K.  I. Club Dance
One of the most successful dances
of lhe season was given last night
by the members of the Knicn
Island Club in the club gymnasium.   Everybody had a happy
lime.    Professor Cray's orchestra
supplied the music.
The Kaien Island Club has
now very comfortable quarters
since it has been remodelled and
refurnished.
The S.S. Princess Royal will
arrive from the south northbound
tomorrow afternoon.
MR.   KELLIHER  HURT
Chief Engineer of G. T. P. and
Col. Hugh Clark Thrown
from   Buggy.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Kdmonton, Aug. 1.- -Colonel
Hugh Clark, M. L. A. of Kincar
dine, Out., and R. B. Kcllihi r.
chief engineer of the Gland Trunk
Pacific, were ihrown (rom iheir
buggy down the mountain side
yesterday. Mr. Kelliher was hurl
the worse anil was put aboard a
special train and rushed to I-..I-
inonton. Later he left for Winnipeg.
JOHN  D.  NOT SEEN
But William Rockfeller is Heading This Way
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Aug. 1.���William Rockefeller, president of the Standard
Oil, arrived here last night in a
special five* e-ar train with a party
of forty people en route for the
Pacific Coasl through the Canadian
Rockies. He will return East via
Suinas. John I), is thought to
be of thc party, but it cannot
be verified. The train is travelling
by easy stages on account of the
feeble health of William Rockefeller.
NOTICE TO LADIES
The St. Petersburg Fur Company will give a big display of
magnificent tiger, bear and
other mounted rugs also fur
garments, Thursday, August
3
BRITISH YACHT WON
Annual Contest for the King's
Cup Won by the Ketch Julna.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Cowes, Aug. 2.���The raix* for
the King's Cup in the annual
regatta over a course of forty-six
miles has liven won by Sir Maurice
Fitzgerald's Ketch Julna on its
handicap allowance. The Em*
|H-n.r William's famous yalch Meteor was third.
TO END THE STRIKE
A Thousand Miners at Fernie
Will Vote Today
BY-LAW TO
STOP SHOOTING
Chief Vickers Calls Attention to
Police Commissioners to Serious Matter Other Business
Done.
T>. -.i.tp tin* indiscriminate discharging of firearms in the dt)
limits, ilu- police Commissioners
will .tak  the >ii>   council  lo pa*.*.
a by-law dealing with the matter.
Chief Vickers called the attention
of ilu* Commissioners al their
meeting  yesterday  afternoon   to
the careless lis.' of glltts and
riviilvi ra in ih. city.
Th. nporl of the chief for llic
month of July showed that out ol
���17 CaSCS in lhe Police Court llll
were convictions, 2 dismissed, 2
withdrawn and ��� arc pendi ig.
This   record    the   Coniniissioiiers
considered creditable to the |H.licc
department.
Two weeks leave of absence was
granted to Constable McAnhur.
A number of accounts and the
pay roils wen passed.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Aug. 2. -The vote
will lie taken toelay of one thousand
miners of the Fernie Coal Company. It is said that a large per*
centage of the whole number out
on strike are in favor o( ending the
strike.
About 180 passengers came in
on ihe S.S. Prince Rti|M-ri this
morning, eighty ol whom were
lirsi class. She leaves for Stewart
iii eight o'clock tomorrow morning
and for the south on Friday
morning at eight o'clock.
DROWNED IN
ST. LAWRENCE
Seven Persons Went Down with
Ferry Steamer Syracuse when
She Hit a Shoal.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
M-.is.sina, N. \ .. Aug. 2.   Seven
persons  were drowned  yesterday
in the St.  Lawrence River when
the ferry steamer Syracuse struck
a shoal of rock eight miles below
the city. The steamer capsized
hurling its seventy-five passengers
into the water. Four of the
bodies have been recovered.
Harry Hamblin, who conducted
llaml.liu's Bakery up to a few
days aj;". has joined the local
police force.
Road   is   Now  Open
New   Westminster,   Aug.   2.���
Tin- first of the Canadian portion
of the Pacific highway from hereto the international boundary wns
formally opened today.
Mayor Declines Honor
Ottawa, Aug. 2.���Mayor Hopewell   of   Ottawa,   has   definitely
stated   that   he   would   not   be   a
Conservative candidate in the fed*
end elections.
Looking Well After Trip
Looking wonderfully *������ ��� II idler
a short holiday in Vancouver and
other cities iu the south Mrs. A. I*..
McMaster returned home this morning on lhe S.S. Prime Kii|*<-rt.
More  than  half thc  Fuller's
earth    produced    in    the    United
States in 1010 was mined in l-'lorida
Bai of ihe total consumption for
il.. year one-fourth of the Fuller's
earth was Imported.  The value of
MOVING PICTURE EXPERT
TAKING SCENES OF RUPERT
Mr. W. H. Harbeck Arrived on Prince Rupert Today to
Take Scenes of the  Harbor and City���Will Go
Up the Skeena and Portland Canal
Although lhe weather was gootl
and fairly brigln ihi** morning it
was hardly bright enough for Mr
W. II. Harbeck, rite well known
moving picture artist, to lake*
views of the harbor end cily iis
he  came  in  on   the  S.S.   Prince
Rupen ;.s sin* steamed into ihis
port.
On the way Up from Vancouver
he   look  a   picture  of   the   Pri'et
take a film of the lire drill on thc
Prince Rupert. He will likely
go up to Stewart in the morning
and from there will go inio Alaska
taking pictures along the route
as often  as the Weather permits.
Later he may return i<> take views
of ihis scenery up the O. T. P.
line as far as Copper River.
Mr. Ilrbv'i'k is official moving
pit.,ire   i-riist   to   the   Canadian
Rii|M*n and Prince George passirglPccific railroad and is now under
each oilier in Seymour Narrows. Iconux-ct ... take some oi the best
To do ihis he was landed  ; ,  a I scenery along the G. T. P. slcam-
convenient   point on  the  shore 1 ship  and   railroad   routes.    He
the   total   domestic   product   was
1801,004,   while   1101,160   worth I and  then the boats steamed fulllcontc-ISCa tl.;*;   tlie  scenery along
wnabroughl Into the Country.      I steam ahead for some distance, lihe coast and i-i the surrounding
  Then   the   Prime   Rupert   called eou'.iy ol  Prince Rupert is the
For row boats and launchesN" Md >'i'���k,���,, Mr' "**** u?' flnf he .Ul" mm'
The  Arctic Studio,  Mortel telephone   320   green.     Davis'      At noon today lhe weather wasl
H. Craig, Third Avenue. |Boat House. 1 bright  enough  to enable him to'will be seen all over the world.
Tin- pictures when developed THE   DAILY NEWS
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Wednesday. Aug. 2
WHAT IS RECIPROCITY?
The Reciprocity Bill is a proposal between Canada and
the United States to reciprocally ablosih taxes on the food
products which are exchanged across the border between the
two countries.
It will mean a reduction in the high cost of living, and
make food more plentiful.
It will enable the people of British Columbia to enjoy the
early fruits of the Pacific States free of duty.
It will enable the fruit growers of British Columbia to
market their later matured fruits in the markets of the United
States at a time when they will bring the highest prices.
It will open the markets of the United States to the lumber
of British Columbia.
It will open the markets of the United States to the fisheries
of Northern British Columbia.
It will bring twenty thousand fishermen and their families
to Prince Rupert.
It will bring prosperity to Prince Rupert.
:: A Reminiscence ol Sherlock Holmes��
The Adventure of The Red Circle
BY ARTHUR   CONAN   DOYLE
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
The United States Congress has carried the bill.
All that is now required is that Canada carries tbe bill.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is appealing to the people of Canada
to endorse reciprocity at the polls.
To secure prosperity for British Columbia support Sir
Wilfrid Laurier and reciprocity.
The mutual abolition of taxes on food is the only issue
in the present campaign.
MR. BORDEN S UNPARDONABLE OFFENCE
The unpardonable offence for which the West will wreak its
well deserved vengeance upon Mr. Borden anel lhe Conservative party,
is that he deliberately forced the West to go to an election without
adequate representation.
It is a political crime which will Ik- remembered for a long time.
It means that 35,000 people in Comox-Atlin have only as much
representation as 20,000 people in Mr. Borden's own Maritime Provinces. And the case- of some of the prairie provinces is much worse
that lhat of Comox-Atlin.
How- does il come that a piece of unfairness of this kind is possible?
Under the British North America Act of 1807 which confederated
the provinces of Canada, the Province of Quebec was given a fixed
representation of sixty-five members in thc Feelcral House. The
other provinces were to be given representation in like ratio. There-presentation was arrived at by dividing thc population of Quelx-c
by 05.   This gave the ratio of representation for all the Provinces.
In 1871, the Maritime Provinces had a large population. The
West Including British Columbia had very little. But slowly the
population moved from lhe Maritime Provinces. With increasing
force the tide of immigration came into the West. Each ten years
in 1881, in 1891. in 1901 the grcat increase in Western population was
showfi. The present census of 1911. will outvie them all in showing
the growth of population in the West.
By October, the results of the census will be made known.    By
October tin- Government will lie in a position to bring in a Redistribution Bill and redistribute the scats according to the latest figures
of tin population, As the West has increased its population at a rale
fiir iu excess of the growth of population in Quebec it is known thai
lhe West is due to receive a large increase* in its reprc.scnlalirin.
No mailer whether a man liclicvcs in reciprocity or not, the
claim ol lhe "square deal" remains Untouched, The right of the peoplt-
ol (lanada to have (air representation, so that lhe majority may express
their will, and an according in their di sires, is a dear one. It is as wrong
to Steal representation from a number of ix-oplc as it is to steal their
watches and chains.
The political crime of Mr. Borden and his followers inheres in
the fact that in their fear of the expressed will of the majority of
the people of Canada they forced an election, almost on thc eve of
the declaration ol the census. Iii their efforts to defeat reciprocity
and to attain to office, they have forced the West to go into the contest
Unfairly represented.
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia must
enter the contest, not on the basis of their existing population, but
on the basis of the meagre  population ten years ago.
The man who has robbed the West of its representation, is appeal'
ing lo the West io defeat reciprocity and make him Premier.
Watch the West make answer.
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So it proved! for in the morning
I found my friend on the hearthrug with his back to the fire, and
a smile of complete satisfaction
upon his face.
"How's this, Watson?" he cried,
picking up the paper from the
table. " 'High red house with
whin- stone facings. Third floor.
Second window left. After dusk���'
That is definite enough. I think
after breakfast we must make a
little reconnaissance of Mrs. Warren's neighborhood. Ah, Mrs. War
ren! Ah, Mrs. Warren! what
news do you bring us this morning"
Our client had suddenly burst
into the room with an explosive
energy which told of some new and
momentous development.
"It's a police matter, Mr. Holmes!" she cried. '"I'll have no
more of it? He shall pack out
of that with his baggage. I would
have gone straight up and told
him so only I thought it was but
fair to you to take your opinion
first. But I'm at the end of my
patience, and when it comes to
knocking my old man  about "
"Knocking Mr. Wurren about?"
"Using him roughly, anyway."
"But who used him roughly?"
"Ah! that's what we want to
know! It was this morning, sir.
Mr. Warren is a time-keeper at
Morton and Waylight's in Tottenham Court Road. He has to
be out of the house liefore seven.
Well, this morning he had not
gol ten |iace's down the road when
two men came up In-hind him,
threw a coat over his he-ad, and
bundled him Into a cab that was
beside the curb. They drove
him an hour, and then opened
the door and shot him out. He
lay in the roadway so shaken in
his wits that he never saw what
became of the cab. When hc
picked himself up he found he
was on Hampstead Heath; so he-
took a bus home, and there he
lies now on the sofa, while I came
straight round to tell you what
had happened."
"Most interesting," said Holmes.
"Did he observe the appearance
of these men���diel he hear them
talk?"
"No, he is clean dazed. He just
knows that he was lifted up as
if by magic. Two at least were
in it, and maybe three."
"And you connect this attack
with your lodger?"
"Well, we've lived there fifteen
years anel no such happenings
ever came before. I've had enough
of him, Money's not everything.
I'll have him out of my house
before the day is done."
"Wait a bit, Mrs. Warren.   Do
nothing rash. I begin to think
that this affair may be very much
more important than appeared
at lirsi sight. It is clear now that
some danger is threatening your
lodger. 11 is equally clear that
his enemies, lying in wait for him
near your eloor, mistook your
husband for him in thc foggy
morning light. On discovering
their mistake they released him
What would they have done had
it not been a mistake, we can
only conjecture.
"Well, what am I to do, Mr.
Holmes?"
"I have a grcat fancy to see
this lodger of yours, Mrs. Warren."
"I don't see how that is to be
managed, unless you break in
the door. I always hear him unlock it as I go down thc stair
after I leave the tray."
"He has to take the tray in.
Surely wc could conceal ourselves
and see him do it."
The   landlady   thought    for   a
moment,
"Well, sir, there's the box-room
opposite. I could arrange a looking-glass, may be, anel if you
were behind the door-������"
"Excellent!" said Holmes. "When .Iocs he lunch?"
"About one, sir."
"Then  Dr. Watson and  I  will
I come
I present, Mrs. Warren, good-bye
low-brick edifice in Great Orme
street, a narrow thoroughfare at
the northeast side of the British
Museum. Standing as ii does
near the corner of the street, ii
commands a view down Howe
street, with its more pretentious
houses. Holmes pointed with a
chuckle to one o( these, a row of
residential flats, which projected
so that they could not fail to
catch the eye.
"Sec, Watson!"sai.l he. " 'H*K*>
red house with stone facings.
There is the signal station all
right. We know the place, anel
we know the code; surely our
task should be simple. There's a
'To Let' card in thai window. It
is evidently an empty flat to which
the confederate has access. Well-
Mrs. Warren, what now?"
"I have it all ready for you.
If you will both come up and
leave your boots below on the
landing, I'll put you there now."
It was an excellent hiding-place
which she had arranged, The
mirror was so placed that, seated
in the dark, we could very plainly
sec the door opposite. We had
hardly settle*d down in it, and
Mrs. Warren left us, when a distant tinkle announced that our
mysterious neighbor had rung
Presently the landlady appeared
with the tray, laid it down upon
a chair beside the closed door,!
and then, treading heavily, departed. Crouching together in the
angle of the dooi, we kept our
eyes fixed upon the mirror. Sud-
elenly, as the landlady's footsteps dieel away, there was the
creak of a turning key, the handle
revolved, and two thin hands
darted out and lifted the tray
from the e-hair. An instant later
it was hurriedly replaced, and I
caught a glimpse of a dark, beautiful, horrified face glaring at the
narrow opening of the box-room.
Then the door crashed to, the
key turned once more, and all
was silence. Holmes twitched my
sleeve, and together wc stole down
the stair.
"1 will call again in thc evening," said he to thc expectant
landlady. "I think Watson, we
can discuss this business better
in our own quarters."
"My surmise, as you saw, proved
to be correct," said he, speaking
from the depths of his easy-chair.
"There has been a substitution of
lodgers. What I did not foresee
is that we should find a woman,
and no ordinary woman, Watson."
"She saw us."
"Well, she saw something to
alarm her. That is certain. The
general sequence of events is pretty
dear, is it not? A couple seek
refuge in London from a very
terrible and instant danger.    The
measure of that danger is the
rigour of their precaution. Tinman, who has some work which
he must do, desires to leave the
woman in absolute safety while
he does it. It is not an easy
problem, but he solved it in an
original fashion, and so effectively
that her presence was not even
known to the landlady who supplies her with food. The printed
messages, as is now evident, were
to prevent her sex being discovered by her writing. The man
cannot come near the woman,
or he will guide their enemies to
her. Since he cannot communicate with her direct, lis has recourse lo the agony column of a
paper. So far all is clear."
"But what is at the root of it?"
(To be Continued)
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000_ REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Even- branch of The Canadian Hank of Commerce is equipped lo luce draft. ���,
tha ori'icii-al cities in ihe following countries without delay :
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able! that is Ihev are drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, Rot . .
laels", rouhles, etc, as the ease may be. This ensures thai lhe payee abroad
receive lhc actual amount Intended.
J. M. Christie Manager Prince Rupert Branch
I pay*
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The Purchase of
a Lot in
HOUSTON is
Positively a Safe
INVESTMENT
Here are aome of the reasons:
HOUSTON la situated in the centre
of one of the most arable and productive farming countries along the main
line of the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.
HOUSTON in in the BULKLEY
VALLEY a fertile belt in the centre of
a mining district that haa already proved up rich.
HOUSTON is not a wild cat proposition. 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 ahull be pleased to give
you. This folder explains the honest
facts of the district.
The price of HOUSTON lots ia very
low in view of the assured great future
of the plaee. It will be a distributing
point of what will be, in a short time,
a thickly settled country.
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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 RYRIB firm of
Toronto, we control the Jewellery mail order trade in the weiL
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 uililnss
upon request.   Write for any desired information.
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Jewellers and Silversmiths
Radical Change in Men's Attire
is   Asked   for
A society of some seventy persons has been organized in Berlin
for the purpose of reforming the
style of men's garments. It is
composed of persons from all sorts
of professions, and aims at abol
isliing trousers, substituting knick
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
P.O. Box  1S40.
Phone 60
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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 Center" will fill a social need.
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V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
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For nil  kinds  of help,  cooks,
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or call at the
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Gasoline Launches, ^"cIS::
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For Sale
Lot Block    Section        Price
68 34 8 $325.00
1 ami 4 14 8 650.00
; ind 3 36 7 2,noo
.'"tm* in and see our list of buys in
other purts of the city
Hotel Central Sjftl&i
European and American plan, t.��-..
heated, modern conveniences.   Rat****
$1.00 to S2.50 per day.        :        :
Paler Black ��� ��� Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
==E.   EBY   CB,   Co.==
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The  PHnoe  Rupert Lodge, No. 318. Soni of
England, meets the ftrit and third Tuesdays  In
each month In the Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec*.
P. O. Box 812. Prince Kupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President, Box 23
Rochester dt
v      Monroe
Ladysmith
'�����* Coal
*. .'  Phone ii s
Windsor Hotel
I'MIST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Strain Healed Roomt
MUST   ri.ASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
HATES 50 CENTS AND UP
MATHS   HIKE   TO   GUESTS
I.IIUT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
iSAVOY HOTEL
Fraser and Fifth St.
I.- "iik h"t.-i In town
with hot and cold wat-
���t In roums. Best fur-
.'i..-! house north of
Vancouver. Rooms fiOc
Dp, Phone 87. P.O.
Box 129.      :       :
���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.
THE SWEETER WORLD
Make the worlel a little sweeter,
help it on, help it on
To the sunshine and the singing of
the dawn, of the dawn;
Take the dally task anel do it with
the will that wins the goal,
Make the world a little sweeter,
help ii roll, help it roll.
Sweeter world, sweeter world,
Make is sweeter where you
swing
With the spirit of your morning.
With   the   music   of   your
spring.
Make the world a Utile sweeter for
the weary anel the weak,
Who have found the pathway rugged and the goal so far to
seek;
Find thc glory in your labor and
the triumph in your care
For the equal gift of gladness, each
to each a little share.
Sweeter world, sweeter world,
Help it sweeten all along
With   the  sunshine  and  the
laughter
And the silver sweep of song.
Make  the world a  little  sweeter
with the sweci of being kind,
It will help to clear the shadows and
to satisfy ihe mind;
Take the roses of your spirit where
the blooms have not been
seen,
Plant the earth where'er you wander with the fresh and living
green.
Sweeter world, sweeter world,
Make it sweeter day by day
Willi the glory of the grasses
Anel the fragrance of ihe May.
Baltimore Sun
DAILY COOKING RECIPE
Caramel Ice Cream
Place two tablespoonfuls of cornstarch in a saucepan and add one
quart of rich milk and let the same
come to a boil, stirring all the
time. Then place in a double
boiler anel add one-half cupful of
sugar which has been burned.
Next beat two eggs with one-
cupful of sugar, and add to the
milk mixture. When it begins to
thicken remove from the stove
and cool. Add one pint of rich
cream and one teaspoonful of
vanilla, anel freeze.
PRACTICAL HOUSEHOLD
HINTS
Pots of mignotte on thc window-
sill are said to keep Hies away, and
chloride of lime on ilu* ground
below the window is ;.lso a preventive. Quasi chips soaked in
water is much disliked by them,
and so is borax.
���fi.   ti   ti
Use two pieces of glass and two
pictures placed back to back when
passcpartouting. Fasten the hangers to the cardboanl of one picture,
turn its face to the wall anil enjoy
the other.
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Wine stains on table linen should
be covered immediately with salt
and afterwards washed out in
cold water. Should any stain
remain lay it over a paste made of
lemon juice anel salt, leave it
till dry and then wash mil in cold
water.
ti   ti   ti
After considerable trouble cleaning the brush in my carpet sweeper
1 went to a harness shop and bought
a comb .such as is used in combing
a horse's mane and tail. The
comb is strong, inexpensive, and
cleans the brush very satisfactorily.
6    id    v*
A most effective trimming for a
dress can be secured by selecting
a pattern of lace with a decided
floral figure and painting the flowers anel leaves with oil paints ��.r
dyes. These colors will not fade
when laundered if pressed wiih a
hot iron immediately afier living
painted. Paint ihe outline of ihe
design in a tone slightly tl;>rkt*r
than the rest.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has ll
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Builders' Hardware I
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
QrsnltSWSra       Tinware *>
SECOND - AVENUE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third Btreet
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Ofllce.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDI1C1RS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CAR88,        C V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of 1(1'.. Ontario. Saa-
am] Manitoba llara. Italchewan  ami Al-
1- i t.i llara.
CARSS * BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlca-Exrhana** block, comer Third avanua and
Sixth .ti.. t Princ* Rui.r,t. S
WM. S. HAM., L.D.S.. D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental nparattons skilfully n-aeutd. Gas and
local anaalhrUca admlnlatrrrd f'f th* painless ex.
tr-actinn of u*rth. Consultation fnt**. Olllr**:
Hrlrrrson Block. I'nncr Kui-.-n ll-U
HE GUESSED WRONG
i'rudhomme 6\ Fisher      Proprietors
��� Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Bids, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
���W   IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
-I. GOODMAN. Proprlalor
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,   Proprietors
Tha New  Knox  Hotel Is run on the European
rlan.   First-class service.   All the Latest Modem
mprovementa. ���'������'������ BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS nun EMBALMERS
Funeral  Directors
Srd Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. 86
A Friendly Welcome
Victoria, Aug. I.���Upon the
arrival here on Thursday morning
from England of Premier McBride
he will be the recipient ol a welcome by the Conservative association of Victoria.
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special Hnea juat received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything for Lsdles 6 Children
"The Ladles' Store"
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Street       Phone Black 184
But Perhaps He had Good
Reason for Mistaking the
Sound.
The entertainer was sce-mingly
in good voice as he bagen: "l.nilie-s
and gentlemen, having blindfoldi-el
my partner, I will now proceed
to test her thought-reading powers.
I have in my hand an apple*.
Will you kindly tell the audii-iu i
what it is that I am holding in my
hand?" "An apple." "Correct.
I have here a watch. Kindly tell
the audience what I have." "A
watch." "Quite right. You ��e*e,
ladies and gentlemen, it is impossible to catch her." The entertainer produced a piece of wood
antl a saw, and commenced to
saw vigorously. "Kindly tell the
audience what I am doing." No
reply. "This is rather a difliculi
feat, ladies and geiillemi-n. I will
try again. Can you tell me what
I am lining?" said the cuti-naiiier,
continuing his sawing.  "Yea, You
arc singing."   Loud applause.
Alex.M.Uanson ��.��..    W V. Wllllam*.�� a .1.1. n
WILLIAMS   St   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. BOX ��
PRINCE RUPERT
Creamery Butter
that ia Positively Pure.
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
runL or wm. roio*. m.. a.a.a.e .'1 on., iho
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 .118.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiarda
Twelve Tables SSCOND Ave
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cudaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Juat in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRIIOOIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box S80
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Third Ave., near llh 8t.
Phon* 190 I
F. W. HART
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j ITEMS
jSPORTJ
Eastern papers publish a cable
to the effect that someone in
England has discovered that Jack
Johnson is planning to lay down
to Bombardier Wells, According
to general gossip Wells will  then
risk the title only against Englishmen and Australians,   Listens like
ii joke.
t��s    &    tyj
Dick Arnst, the world's champion sculler, is being held out as
Australia's "White  Hope"  in  the
>oxing line.    He would  like to
give the game a trial.
e a $
Milwaukee, Wis., July 31.���Ad
Wolgast, lightweight champion of
the world, has posted his forfeit
for his match with Packey McFarland before the National Athletic Club on September 18.
d   ri   ti
The latest reports from Sydney,
N. S. W., would indicate that Jack
Lester is leaving no stone unturned in order to be at his best
when he next faces Bill Lang at
the Sydney stadium this month.
No definite date has been fixed
for the fight yet, but it will probably be hue iii the month. Lester
has "hied himself away to thc
woods," as he puis ii, and is eloing
ill his training at Tarana, a country town 130 miles away from the
city. Lester is remarkably confident of his ability to put Lang
iway next time they meet.
ti   ti   ri
Tommy Bums has cabled Lester
to lhe* effect that he will be in
Sydney to second him in the next
battle, and Tommy has instructed
his "ho|K'" to the effect that he
must not engage* iu any other
lights "until he nie-et> and defeats
Lang." Only for these ins ructions
Lester would have met Bib Turner, an improving heavyweight,
who is just hungry for a light
and cannot obtain a battle, although lit- has challenged Lang,
Lester and all of the Other lighters
in the land.
4   4   4
President Dugdale'a announcement that an all-Coast league* is
closer than it lias In in for a long
time has not caused n eimflagra
lion. The* Pacific Northwest fans
OR! getting blaze when it comes
to the talk about revolution in
Coast baseball affairs.
0     O     0
11 was decided at a recent me-e-i-
ing of the Victoria and District
Soccer Association the, a guarantee ��.f S250 unci 65 per cent of the
gale re-ccipis asked for by the
guarantors of the Corinthian fool-
ball lour was exorbitant, and, as
a consequence, it is not improbable
thai the famous Knglish footballers
will nol be m-cii here. Oilier terms
have Ih-c-ii offered Mr. Parker of
Toronto, who is looking after the-
interests of  the  Corinthians in
in this country. Vancouver is
finding ii ju-i as hard to come to
any agraemenl with him*
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Ad Wolg.isi h.is |Misleil a forfeit
of   -.10(111  to binil   the*  ten-round
bout wiih Packey McFkrland,
M'lieduli-cl lo lake place- in Milwaukee, September Irt.   li is siid
lhat   obstacles  in   the   way   of  a
milting between the two liglu-
weights have been removed.
���;-   -.-    .-
K. E. Uibarr. .he manager of the
spurting events .'i l-'arr's m w half-
mile   track   al    Ha I Icy bury,   has
secured Alf. Shrubb's entry for
his professional 12-mile* race there
AtlgUBl 19, With Shriibb, l.ong-
boiil, lleffiron and A. C. Wooel
in this imOS it will Im* worth seeing.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert,
S.S. Prince George
For             .
Vancouver l
fjfflTJRjtt
Victoria
|^C *f*f*\ \\ .   1 .^L4
AND
Seattle
IvfijJiS*
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  and  Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special   fare  on   Sunday
boat,   $9.50  return   including  meals
anil berth.
���a. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naaa   Kiver,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fori
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
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 ita
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
Friday,   August   4th,   9  a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
J. G. McNab
General Agent
S.S. INLANDER
���   a   a  FUR aaa
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -    Agent
j w. j. McCutcheon jj
Carrie* complete stock of Drur*.   Sp��ctftl , ,
attention paid to Riling prescription*. i ���
Tbealre Block rm.sr N...T*.i Second Ave. ���!
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Av����� n*xt to old office of Optlmlit, ���<.!  -.ily
STOKES' ICE CREAM
B**t mala In Kratlla.   Frull ami Camlr. whol*-
aala anil Retail. Look fur llaah alar, at night
SAM COWEN, l-i,.,.>,. i..r 1-li.m* :>...
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Wi'ston announces that he
haa commenced work for the city.
All  order*  received   at   the
Office, 5th St.    -    Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
Meel.i in the Helgeraon Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. II.  MtlRTON. 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      Uulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, (travel and Marble Deposits
Liit Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys l/asca He loans Money
He hns Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
rasniM
t> :;<: .:,;t:it.'i: :,*x x, I. THE DAILY NEWS
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=One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL
The Insurance People
EVKI.V l'l.Alt-1 Of INSl'HANl'K.    UKT OL'H KATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone ISO Third Avenue and Fulton St
Lost and Found
una       |
LOST-A    Kokak;   left   on   Mcltiiknlli. wharf
Finder rewarded hy leaving aium* si I
Clear Store.
Gone Back Home
Mr. ti. M. Ki'iirns who has been
I visiting hi*, brother Hilton, during
the past week, left for Seattle
*p��**a is*
For Rent
Furnished rooms with bath.    Spec
the week.   Talbot House.
Large   well   furnished   room,   iiriviit.*   family
Splendid view of harbor.     Gantlaman only
Vancouver last night on the City    *pp& p.o.b0*i519. !"
antl:
if Seattle.
Back Again
Mr. George Eckerman returned
from Tacoma yesterday after a
two weeks visit to relatives there.
Look at It Carefully
Some bargains in furniture arc
announced in  F. W.  Hart's advertisement on page 4 of this issue
JACK WESTERMAN
Character Comedian with Cleveland's Musical Comedy Co. which
opens nt the Empress Theatre on Aug. 5	
MUSICAL COMEDY COMING j MET COMPANY S OFFICIALS
Prince Rupert to Have Cleveland's Company Here for a
Week.
On  Saturday  evening,   Prince
Ru|H*rt i*- to Ik* entertained with
a spl.'iitli.l performance ��f the
musical comedy, "Tin- Honeymoon Trail" to Ik- presented by
Cleveland's musical comedy company, one of the l>e*st musical
companies now on the- coast.
Over thirty talented singers and
comedians arc in lhc company,
with dalie-rate electrical and scenic
properties and handsome costumes.
The Honeymoon Trail is a musical play oi ran- and striking merit,
crammed lull ..f catchy sunn-    A
differi-iu comedy will Ik- presented
at each performance <>f ilu- limite-el
engagement.
Prince Ru|nn is very fortunate
in securing this talented company
and will doubtless give it a "crowded house" i-atronage*.
City Council  Hear Tsimpsean
Light  and  Power Offers
To watch The News want ads
is to re-fuse to be "tied" to an
unsatisfactory boarding place.
Last night the city council met
as a committee of the whole and
disctissed the proposals of the
Tsimpsean Light and Power Company with Mr. R. Brurinel, the
general manager, his solicitor Mr.
I.. \V. Patmore, and the company's
engince-r Mr. Chirk Duraiit.
The meeting was not open to
the press, but it is understood
thai the offers made by the
company were* discusseel and a
report will lie- submitted lo the
public at a later date.
Serious Charge Laid
It is understood thai a serious
charge has |M*en laid Ogainsl ('nil-
stable McAnhur by a woman of
ilu* underworld. The matter was
brought before the Police Com-
missionen yesterday afternoon at
the close of iluir meeting, but .'s
ilu oliit. r is now on .' holi.l.iv and
in view of tome other circumstances tiny do not (ei| in a posl-
linn to .leal with the matter ai
its present stagi    The . hargc will
probably    Im*    pressed    when    the
constable returns.
Bulgarian Dead
John Krnvirk. a Bulgarian, 2^
mh- of age, died al the hospital
ihis morning "i consujption, IL
is tn Im* buried a< Garden City
tomorrow at ��t o'clock by his
fellow countrymen,
Prince Rupert Indoor Baseball
League.
Royal Blue Ribbons vs. Maple
Leafs at the Auditorium on
Thursday evening, August 3rd.
Game called 8.46 sharp. Admission 25c. Skating after the
game. 2t
Two Black Eyes. Etc.
Two black eyes anel a damage)
nose is what Mr. A. J. Prudhomme
got two days ago while working
Under ihe Savoy Hotel. He was
jacking the l.iiiltling up when
a liver got loose and hit him
across the face*.    His frontispiece
i- -.. ill very sore.
Got Even with Eavesdropper
In rural N'e-w England districts,
the telephone takes the place of
tea in ihe dty, iis a place where
women gather and retail gossip.
Walter Prichard Eaton, in "The
Abandoned Farm," in the Align**;
American Magazine, tolls the following story:
"It's a greai blessin', 'specially
ti you'n mi ii party line, siid out
hostess.    And we're all on  party
lines!    Wait���"
sin* went to the instrument,
ii number, and remarked,
you, Bessie? What's this
I urn i you'n Jim breaking it
i'->��'-****---**V--/W-iA''-*-*V**AA^*^**irW***i
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called
"Thai
I I., .ti
off?"
W. w.ili lied her smile iis she
listened to the answer. Then she
���aid, "How'd I hear it? Why. Mrs.
Ani Parker told me."
She held lhe receiver free- of her
ear and beckoned us close-. Well..'id distinctly an indignant voice
exclaim, "Why, Sarah Bowers, I
never said no such a thing!"
"I thought I'd catch her," siid
Mrs. Bowers, when the telephone
conversation was closed.    "As I
told   you,   lhe   'phone's   a   great
eomfori io us all!"
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New Goods  for \
I I
I your Toilet Table
Some of the leading
wholesale druggists
have just sent lissome
new perfumes, preparations anil toilet
necessities    :        :    :
Wc carry only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department is a specialty
I
C. H. Orme    I
"THE PIONEER DRUGGIST"        -
Second Ave. Phone No. 82
l^v^v^v^v>s*��i-tVM
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts. i'tm*rtniiimi'nts,
dances, etc.   Apply J. II. Rofftrs, plume Uti.
Wanted-Small house, furnished or partly furnished.   State terms tc Box It. Daily Niwa.llo-tl
Coay furnished rooms. Mra. Bower, Somerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, lietween Seventh and
Eighth. 117-tf
Help Wanted
Win ted--- Woman to cook and do irfnoral hOUW-
work. Good wagei paid. Apply Pony Bxprw
cor. 7th Axe. and Fulton Street. tf
Girl wanted, immediately, fur Hirht housework.
Apply Mrs. D. Cohen, phon.-:t*!" ISO-tf
Minera 13.50, Muckera $3 ���- . wanted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co., Gooae Huv, Take S.S. VlOM
or Venture. 14S-tf
r
For Sale
For Sale���Household furniture In irood condition.
Phone 256. St
Before buying your Stove or Range see A. J.
Galland. McBride and Fifth Ave. Cook stoves
from ill. 129-lm
For Sate���Chicken Ranch. J Storey house, household -roods. Near Prince Hupert. A snap If
taken at once.   Address Box 36S. tf
Fire Insurance
THE British Union and National Fire Insurance
(-V-mpany of London. England, with capital
of S2.S0O.1WO.00. See us for rates. The Mack
Realtv and Insurance e*omnanv. 70-tf
Business   Chances
a^+
Good money in Moving Pictures.     Wanted-A
Karty to itart movinR picture ahow in I'rince
iupert.   Write me for particular!.    II   Davit,
Wat-mown. Wii. 137-wl
POLICE WATCHES
AH Varied in lime in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a      :      :      '���
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Time
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Gth St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
1!
lhe Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
Apply
Mussallem & Company
..Good Freah   Groceries at City Prices.
tK*-O!-H*��nK*-0tffl��KHX"XKK
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEASE
on Third Avenue and Ninth Street.
Aik
unci* Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited.
Jerry **
km:
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Class Goods only.
Give us your next order for a
 trial. 	
Mussallem & Company
Phone 22S Black
Mh Ave.. Eaat of Mellri.li
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, intestate.
Take nutice that by thc order of his
Honor, .1 mi!��;���-  Young, made  the 28th
day of July. All.. 1911, I waa appointed administrator of tlie estate of the
John Flanagan tleceased, and all parties
having claims  against the said estate
are  hereby r<*i*uired to forward same
properly  verified to me on or before
the 20th day of August,  A.D., 1911,
and  all  parties indebted  to  the said
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Hated this 28th day of July, A.U.,
1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
Notice.
The partnership formerly existing lietween J.
K. Ande, son nnd L. M. Hughes. General Mrr.
chants, at the Hi-Ellen Itiver, Graham laland,
has lieen dissolved. Business will be carried on
by the undersigned.
61 J. K. ANDERSON.
The    Board   of   Hallway   Commissioners,   lor
Canada   will  hold'a  sltUnf  at   Princ*   Hupert.
I II. e:., on or about the 19th day of Auguet, 1911,
, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon for the
1 purpose   ol   hearing   mailers,   applications,   or   ��������� ,.    ,,,   , .
I complalnta UM wiih lh* Board and served upon I Uuporti ������*,x,.rOT'
the   parties   Interested   In   accordance   wllh   the
I Rules and Regulations ol the Board.
By Order ol tha Board,
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
Hoard of Hallway *"**
Commissioner* for Canada.
Haled at Ottawa thia 26th Uay ol June, 1'JI I.
Skeana Land District-Diatrict ol Coaat Rang* V
Taka nolle* that I, George Kim* ot Towner,
Nonh Dakota. U. S. A., larmer. Inland lo apply
lor permission lo purchaso tho lollowlng deacribed
lanoa:
Commanclng al a post planled al tha aouthweat corner ol Lot 2287, thence east SO chains,
thence south 10 chains, thence weat 40 rhaina
thence aouth 40 chaina, thenee weat 40 chains,
j thence north SO chaina lo point ol commencement
containing im' acres more or leas.
Dsted July 15. 1911 GEORGE KIME
Pub. July 86. r'r.M E. Curll. Aganl
Skeena Und Dlstrlct���Dlatrlcl ol Coaat Range V
Take notice that  I.   Peter Laraen ol Towner.
North Dakota, U. S. A., larmer. Intend to apply
! for Permission to purchase the following deacribed
Emm
Commencing at a poat planted at Ihe southeast corner of Lot 1729, tlience south B0 chains,
thenco weat 40 chaina, thence north 80 chains,
ihenco east 40 chains lo point ol commencement.
Dated July IS. 1911. PETER LAHSEN
Pub July 25, 1911. Fred E. Cowall, Agent
Skeena Und District��� District ol Coast Rang.. V
Taka notica that  I, John  Evenaon ot  I'rlnce
Rupert, laborer. Intend lo apply lor permiasion
to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the *outh-
i-a.t comer ol Ut 111'., thenca north SO chsins)
thenca aaat 60 chains,  thenc* soulh SO chains,
thenca weat 60 chains lo point ol commencement.
Dated July IS, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July tb. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
>;:u:S:u:;;:.;:��:
Three Good Trades in Real Estate
Skeena Und DUtrlct -Dlitrict of Cuaiit Rang* V
Take notice that I,  Peter Krickaon of Prince
' orer, Inlend to apply for p-trmtaalon
to purchaae the following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poet planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way croaaaa and 8 chaina back from the creek
bank, thentw aoutb 30 chains, Ihence eut 40
chaina, ihence north 30 chaini. thence waat 40
chaini to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. I'KTKK KHK'KSON
Pub. July 25 Kred K. Cowell, Agenl
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LOT 18, BLOCK 31,   4 Room House
section one. $2500.
Learn mure about
these antl other places
hy application at our
office
with bath ���� Fifth
Ave In section Bw
for ��2,r.W. a*""'"""
cash
$500
$800
$50
Cash  buys  furnished
with 2�� rooms.   Price I
hotel
1000.
Skeens Und Diatrict���District ol Coast Range V
Take notica lhat 1, Benjamin A. Flah ol Towner.
N.   Ii.   occupation   merchant,   Intend   to   apply
for permission lo purehaae lhe lollowlng described
lor pen
Isnds:
Cash   buys    fine   residence
property including House on | then.
9th Avenue, Section 5.
Cash buys a nice lot in Se.'tion
7, Balance $26 a month.
Furnished Ho.tel for Lease.
Fire, Lift and Accident Insurance.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
pt*oono(.-M--aaao0emaaonaoooc>
FOR  RENT
.Store Bulldlnir on Second   Avenue  and
Seventh Street    Low Rent.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
lOtXIOOOnOOOOOOOflCKKMKXIl
Commeneing at a poat planted nn the eaal
boundary and about Ave chains from the aouth-
i*wt corner of Lot 4484, thence north '���<- chains,
ice eut *<i. chaina, ihence south 60 chains,
thence weat HO chains lo point of eommencement.
Dated June 24. 1911. 11KNJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Kred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena I*and Diatrict���Diatrict of Cout Range V
Take notice that I, Adolph II. Chrislianaon of
Towner,   North   Dakota,   occupation   attorney-
al-law, Intend to apply for permiaalon to purchaae
the following doacribed landa:
Commanclng at a poat planted about one and
, one-half milea (1   1-2)  northeut of the head of
I Trout River on the weat aide of  I.akelae Lake,
and about 6 chaina from the lake-front, thenee
aouth B0 chains,  thence west  HO chains,  thence
north 80 chains, thenoe eut 80 chaina lo point
of com men cement.
ADOLPH H. CHIUSTIANSON
Dated June 30. 1911. Kred K. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Kkeena Und Diatrict���District of Coast Range V
Take   notice  that   1.   Paul   Hagen   of   Prince
Rupert, laborer,  Intend  lo apply  for permission
to purchaae the following drecril>ed landa:
Commeneing at a post planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek about 60 chains aouth-
. eut from 11. K . thence aouth 40 chaina, thence
t eut 40 chains, thence north 40 chaina, thence
west 40 chaina to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL HAOEN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowall, Agent
McCaffery & Gibbons
: : PRINCK RUPEM
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the Assignee of thc Hrm Furniture Co. up to
10 p.m. of Saturnay, the 12th day of
August, 1911, for thc balance of the
���tock of furniture, carpets, etc., formerly thc property of the Brin Furni-
..._    , '.. U,.:.l    .......I.     .......     I...    in...���l.J
IN THE SUPREME COURT
COLUMBIA
,l BRITM
-.lailKilf
tenadtStafljda-f-it-y Oka-* ��� - ' Wi*
tUre CO.     .Said Stock  may  lie inspected   filed, and upon hearing whal wasal:..
��� a ���.���_:... ...I.... la   :. ia..., .1....... ���.,    Bennett, counsel for lh* nlslntill.
at premises where it is now situate on
the south side of Third Ave., between
7th and Ml. Sts. Terms cash. The
Assignee does not bind himself to accept thc lowest or any tender.
C. B. LOCKHART,
173-6 Assignee.
Between John Young Roche.lcr, pa
ami
Turn G. Sutton. Msodaal
Before hi. Honor Judge V urn* la ol"*""1*
Friday th*��8th day of Jul��. It'll. ������.*����.
Upon ihe application..! the plait       f^x.
11,, I V.
'.fa'-l*-.
.. ..trismus
l. ^-ethec
,.., wees Im
. .[.t.mbrr.
... tint-toll*
 I��*j
utrmrst i*
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeans Und District-���District ol Coast Hangs b
Taka notioa thst i, Frank  Hicks ol Port Es-
slnglon,  occupstion   merchant,   Intend  to  apply
lor poftniasion. o purchase tha following deacribe.1
Commencing at a post planted on lha south
bank of lha Eichumaika River and about lour
milea from lis cooduenca with lha Skeena River,
thenca 80 chains west, Ihenco 80 ehalna n-rth,
Ihence 80 chaina east, thence south SO chslna
to point of commencement, containing 640 acres
more or laas.
Dated April 21, nil. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Bennett, counsel
1. Il Ii ordered that servio-in ���
of tha writ of summons anil "Ihi. '
thia action by publishing UdJ ���"
with the notice hereon end.ir-' . '
four weeks, preceding lhe lltda
1911. In tha "Dally News.'a ru*�� '
ed at Prlnee Ruperl. II C. I-' ���
���MM eervlo* of aald wrll a" I
c'a,m- a       _j      ..��..., i he said d**
2. And It Is further order,-!! '' ,r ,��nt
fendanldo enteran apliearaiir- ;', f,ncela
of summons and Me his st*.'"'' '. .. jM ,es
Ihe office of this Court al I'rlnce ���<"l*'-r'-,
or before lhe 16th day of Se|.e. ml ���'���  A
3. And ll Is further ordered that H'
this application be cost"tin the ��� . .*    lliC,
NOTICE.
This actlan Is brought to tteex
amount due on a promissory ���-���
defendant, dated 20th Decn.1***. ,
dec of the plaintiff, payable Jl IM I
wllh Interest at 6 per cent  i.'i ''
i tats. ��
ma.li* XV w
W.W-MS
h.n(.i*""l��
P-Wnoipal .
Interest .
Total
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We beg to announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenug o
    For the next two weeks we shall occupy the premises occupied by other tenants and during that time we shall offer some	
O     H.*taAa^|w ram ���,,������ MMlt.���
o
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Great Values in Furniture and Home Furnishings
BuihlitiK will be remodelled and we must Increase our Stock.    We have new and cheap Carpet, Linoleums, Crockery, Couches, Glassware, Table Cutlerv
 ��� Baby Carriages, etc., etc.   ��� .,..    . . 3_2\
'The Big Furniture Store"
I'i....   on
Phone 62
F. W. HART
0     wmmm -     -.- -     Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave. o
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