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VOL. II,  NO. 220
S5* V^^l ^Qh^erly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rdpekt, B.C., Wednesday, September 27, 1911,
Price Five Cents
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OF OTTA
JPTON WILL CHALLENGE
AMERICA CUP ONCE MORE
Specifies that Unfair Conditions Must be  Removed
and Freak Boats and Skimming Dishes Barred-
Majority of Yacht Clubs Support Him
melon, Sept. 27.���Sir Thomas
(.ipton  in .in  interview  in   the
vening Standard has aroused the
orting instincts <>f the British
-t)|)li- by intimating that  hc is
tilling i<> challenge for the America
tn|t again if the contest is made
|t|ii.'l by barring out freaks and
dunning ilish types.
,   nays;    "Why   should   the
llt-w ^')>rk Yacht Club refuse  lo
beept my challenge under their
vp   rules?     The   freak  type  of
nt which they wish nu- to sail
,.*ii.M was built in Long Island
iiit'tl,  ami,   of   course,   sails   in
fii'Htth water, and until the race
finished has sailed within sight
land.   The late grant desginer,
���urge Watson, and William Fife
Jtuli   refused   to   liuild   boats   nf
lv: type, its they Baid the danger
l .In* lives of the men who sailed
them across the ocean was too
ureal, The cup, owing to what
it represents, is worth fighting
for, but under present conditions
it's perfectly safe with its present
custodians."
Tin- Standard, commenting on
the interview, says: "The opinion
in English yachting circles is that
the New York Yacht Club, as a
sportsmanlike body, can no longer
refuse to accept the challenge
under the rules which prevail al
all iheir regattas. We understand
thiit the majority of yacht clubs
in America, with the exception
of the New York Yacht Club,
have expressed a wish thai in the
next contest fur lhe historic cup,
the universal rule already adopted
should be allowed to govern the
conditions of the race."
SAYS STATEMENT    T	
is falsehood j BASEBALL SCORES
���>a-~..^..-w-��-.--..-a*.._.. _...a^.._..._.. *
Mr Morte H. Craig Denies
That He Had Ever Spoken
Disloyally of Canada
IE BLAMES
THE POWDER
liner Hurt in Dynamite Ex-
i plosion Sues Mining Com-
[ pany for $20,000 Damages.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
[Vancouver, Sept. 27.--Claiming
���.i the dynamite was defective,
mi.tr  named   Peter  Collins  is
ing the Britannia Mining Cora-
My f..r 120,000 damages for the
of  both   eyes  ard  his   right
.1 crippled.
The   case   is   now   progressing
RIOTS  IN  MEXICO
l.uli ro's R 'lui-ii is the Signal
for  More  Outbreaks
Mexico   Ci;>.   Sept.   27.���Two
n  I    ���   ,\Ht- .VOU! tl d ffttl II >" i'.l'll
en nilnrs injured it- riols here
I- y   following   the   return   of
nti't-o I. M.'.tlrro from a speak*
liii* in ihe south.
AT   WAR   ON   SOCIETY
Princess    Patricia    to    Assist
Queen Mary in Crusade
London, Sept. 27.���The announcement that Princess Patricia
will not accompany her husband,
the Duke of Connaught, when he
sails October 0 to assume his new-
post as governor general of Canada,
has given rise to rumors of a preconcerted attack by the princess
and her sister-in-law, Queen Mary,
upon those objectionable features
of London society lhat remain
from the court of King Edward.
Princess Patricia and lhe queen,
il is said, will set afoot a vigorous
campaign against social vice, lavish
entertainments ai tl extreme modes
during the comii g winter season
of the English court.
Aft?r the campaign is well under
way the princess will join her
husband in Canada.
The bays and creeks i'.re thick
wi.h salmon. Ote boat caught
15,000 lbs, last week.���Queen Charlotte Islander.
In i'.n interview ihis morning,
Mr. Morte H. Craig warmly denied
that he had ever tillered disloyal
statements aboul Canada such as
i-.ii alderman had suggested on
Monday night.
"I have lived in Yukon ard
British Columbia ior the past
fifteen years, and but that 1 was
informed I was too late to vote
would have taken out nationalisation papers this year. Unless said
jocularly in retaliation for some
joke by toy friends, 1 do not
remember ever even saying 'Old
Glory is good enough for me.1
The Alderman in question spoke
iin untruth, and I have reason for
believing he knew it was an untruth when In* uttered it."
ROYALS WIN
MANSON CUP
Final Match of Prince Rupert
Indoor Baseball League Played Last Night. Crescents Won
30   27.   Royals Head League.
IELS0N SCHOOL CHILDREN
TO HAVE LONG HOLIDAY
^chool Board and City Council Fighting Over Funds
so the Board Will Close the Schools at the End
of October���New Kind of Lockout
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, Sept. 27.���Unless somc-
jjiing happens in the meantime,
lie school children ol Nelson
Ire going to have a long holiday
Irum   school   soon.     There   is   a
Ight ii. progress between the city
|l>iu*cil and the school board,
.'liit'h is likely lo end by the
Posing up of the schools.
The trouble started al the beginning of the year when the
'.nl sent in a request for 180,000
>r school purposes.    The council
ijected io ihe sum and made a
[rani of only 110,000. This sum
Is now almost exhausted, and
In less mon* is forthcoming the
khool board will Icose lhe public
Hnd high schools at thc end of
pctober for lack of funds.
The board are telling their creditors to enter action against the
riiy council for payment Oi lhe
khool board accounts.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
ROBBERY  AT LYTTON
Italian Banker Named Rebag-
hatti Loses $2,000 During the
Night.
Lytton, B, C*. Sept. 87.���Some
thieves last night blew up the safe
in the store <>f an Italian named
RebaghatH, a pioneer and shoemaker here, who acted as a banker
for his friends of the same nationality.
The  robbers secured 12,000 in
cash and some jewelry.
River Still Low
Today's river bulletin gives the
water in the canyon at still two
feet ten inches below zero and
at a standstill.
Twenty per cent is a big reduction, but that is what Mrs.
Demurs is offering to the ladies
<���. all 1 rimmed hats for the balance
of this week.
21
Royal   Blue   Ribbons   hold   ihe
pennant for thc first  season of
the Prince Ruperl Indoor Baseball
League. Though beaten last night
by the Crescents the Ribbon team's
percentage of .777 for the series
malos them the winners of the
Manson Cup which is understot .1
to be ;i "sudden death" trophy
not a triennial one. Following is
the standing of the League after
ihe final game last night:
Won Lost Pet.
Royals  7     2    .777
Quills  <i     l    .600
Crescents   5      l    .555
Empress   1     8   .111
Comets     0 , l    .ooo
Cresce. ts played a capital game
last night, and more than held
their own against  the formidable
Royals.   At the end >.f the match
the score read 30*27 in fi vor of
thc Crescents, Missis. Evans ar.d
Forsyth acted as umpires.
11 is on the cards thai a celebration will take place at which
the cup will be formally handed
over but  belore then one or two
live exhibition games will be played
between picked teams of thc cracker jack ball players of lhe league.
RUPERTS   ROLL  CALL
Captain Barney Johnston Made
a Brilliant Starboard Landing
With sixty first cabin, and bs
many deck passengers the G, T. P.
steamer Prince Rupert steamed
into port today.  A heavy cargo ol
mail and frieghl was landed. Captain Barney Johnston made a
swift neat starboard landing in
his usual popular style today,
.'.nd mentioned that a slight delay
through fog last night Wis ihe only
incident of the trip.
TUESDAY S GAMES
Northwestern League
Vancouver 10, Victoria C>.
Seattle',), Tacoma 0.
Portland 10, Spokane 4.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 2, San Francisco 1.
Vernon 7, Los Angeles I.
Sacramento 5, Oakland A.
National League
Chicago 10, 5;  Boston 2, 7.
Brooklyn 5, Pittsburg 2.
American League
Chicago 10, 5;   New York 4, (i.
Washington 8, Cleveland 2.
Philadelphia 11, Detroit 5.
HOLD    CELEBRATION
Ottawa Conservatives Celebrate
Mr. Borden's Victory
BANK ROBBER
KILLS HIMSELF
Tragedy   Follows  Sensational
Bank Robbery at Salt  Lake
City Yesterday.
(Canadian Press 1 )espatch)
Salt Lake City, Utah,Sept. 27.���
A bank robbery followed by the
sensational pursuit of ihe robbers
through thc streets, culminating
in a robber committing suicide
publicly yesterday afternoon.
(). W. Harvey, a former employee
of a department store, presented a
revolver to the bank tellers' head
and secured SI,000. After a vigorous pursuit he was cornered by
the police and shot himself.
AEROPLANE BUG IS LATEST
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 27.���The City of
Ottawa officially welcomed Hon.
Mr. Borden tonight. A procession
escorted the Premier-elect through
the municipal streets from his
home and back again in a carriage
drawn by one hundred men.
No formal speeches were made,
but Mr. Borden in a few words
thanked the citizens for their
expressions of goodwill.
SANTA   ROSA   WRECK
QUIRY
IN-
Effort Made to Obtain Light on
the Sending of Wireless Messages to Vessel's Master.
San Francisco. Sept. 27.���Fur-
.lur inquiry ordered by the supervising inspector, John Birmingham, into the wreck of the steamer
Santa Rosi, off Point Arguello
on July 7, was licgun by United
States Inspectors Belles at tl Bulger with a view to obtaining
further light on the wireless messages seel   by  the   Pari Iii*  Coast
Steamship Company to Captain
Faria.
The skipper was examined at
length regarding ihe messages ard
said   that   he  had   used  his own
judgment, acting indcnpcndently
of orders.
Captain  Hibbard, the general
manager, and George II. Higbee.
the local manager, both denied
on the stand that ihey had anything to do with the sending of
the wireless instructions, J. H.
Cooper, the assistant manager,
who was lo have been called today,
in out of lhe city.   The previous
testimony was to the effect that
Cooper waa ihe author of the
messages.
Looks and Acts Like a Flying
Machine���Has Black Eyes
and Horns on Tail.
Boston, Sept. 27.���The aeroplane bug is the latest thing.
Cliftondale has produced it, and
William Meader, amateur taxidermist, has the honor of having
revealed its existence.
Meader came on the strange
insert in his garden. So far as
he has been able to ascertain
from a. study of "bug" books,
nobody ever knew of the insect
before, and therefore he has christened it the aeroplane bug.
It measures five inches from
head to tip of tail. It has six
legs, each three-quarters of a.n
inch in length. The first section
of the legs is of a light brown
color and the second of a brilliant
green tint. The body resembles
the color of ihe small branches of
a gr;.|)c vine.
Its head is the size of a small
shot, and the bug hi's two little
COal-black eyes. Two red feelers,
each iwo itches loi g, extei-il from
ihe side of each eye. On lhe tail
are horns about r.n eighth of an
inch long.
It somewhat resembles an aeroplane both in structure aid flight
MAY INCREASE TAXES
ON ALL THE WILD LANDS
Arguments Are Given to the Taxation Commission
That as its Holders of Wild Land Hinder Development, They Should Pay Heavier Taxation
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Sept. 27.���Today's session of ilu- Provincial Commission
to inquire into assessments and
taxation was devoted principally
to the question of how best to
assess and lax the wild hinds of
the Province.
The proposition that the present
tax on wild land should be increased
was strongly opposed by Manager Lewthwaite of the Nechaco
Land Company. He favored a
fixed charge instead of ten cents
per acre on all lands.
Senator Macdonald who was
present and testified gave it as
his opinion that all persons who
contributed $25 a year in taxes
should be relieved from a revenue
tax. He considered thai a personal property tax was very difficult to collect at all fairly.    He
was for placing a heavier tax on
wild land than on ordinary land.
W. J. Sutton in his evidence
said he considered thai lhe holding
of wild land was detrimental to
the development of the province
and should be taxed accordingly.
A suggestion that wild land be
taxed on a four per cent basis,
however, he thought would be
prohibitive.
AFTER MANN CUP
Vancouver Lacrosse Team
Reach Toronto Play on Saturday.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Sept. 27.���The Vancouver lacrosse team arrived here
today in quest of the Mann Cup.
They will play tile Yourg Torontos on Saturday al the Island.
C. N. E. RAILWAY
Peace and Bear River Country
Exploration Trip
GROOM TO-BE ARRIVES
Mr. D. MacTavish is Accompanied by His Sister Who will
be Bridesmaid Tomorrow.
By lhe Prince George ihis morning Mr. Duncan MacTavish arrived accompanied hy his sister,
Miss MacTavish <>f Victoria, and
her friend Miss Morely. At the
marriage of Miss Craig to Mr.
MacTavish tomorrow Miss MacTavish and Miss Morel)  will be
bridesmaids, The bridegroom to
ne was welcomed by his fiancee
md her parents.
VANCOUVER WAS
ALL IN DARKNESS
10,000 Horse Power Dynamo
Went Out of Business for
Several Hours Last Night.
Vancouver, Sept. 27.���The street
Car service was discontinued practically all lasi night and lhe city
in darkness for some hours as the
result   of   a   10,000   horse   power
dynamo belonging to ilu- B. C.
Electric Railway Company breaking down.
The car service to New WVst-
inii -iter. Chilliwack, ai-tl Sleveston
were entirely out of commission all
nigh I.
The ladies will find some very
irlcrcslh g villus in hals at Mrs.
Demers. 20 per cent reduction
on all trimmed hats for the balance
of this week. 2t
Headed  by  C.   Hoard,  a civil
engineer of Victoria, B. C, a party
of explorers has jusi left to make
an exhaustive examination of the
country and resources between the
valley of lhe Bear River and the
Peace River, on behalf of the
Canadian North Eastern railway,
whose line has just been built
from Stewart to the junction of
the   Bear   River   and   American
Creek, a distance of fourteen miles
from town. The party will be
in the field several Weeks ."nil will
Intercept another pan>- working
wesi from ihe Rocky Mountains
and now in lhe vicinity of Fort
Connolly, roughly 150 miles in
the interior from Stewart. The
information collected will be used
as a basis of a report lo be laid
before the Priovncinl cabinet to
urge upon the government the
desirability of assisting the road
as a colonization railway. When
the Provincial House assembles
next Feburary it is altogether
likely that the government will
bring down a measure to assist
the undertaking in the way of a
guarantee of lionds.
THE TECUMSEHS TEAM
Minto Cup Challengers are a
Strong Aggregation of Players.
Vancouver, Sept. 27.���The Te-
cumaeh'a practice work is being
Watched with interest by Vancouver lacrosse men.
The players arc Manager Charlie
Querrie, Roy Kinsman, Bert Green,
William Yeaman, Fred Graydon,
Jark McKenzic, Fred Rowantree,
Neil Felker, Harry Murion, James
Durkin. Ed. McGregor and Leonard McDougall.
President Peler Small, Vice-
President Fred Hambly, Jack For*
Sythe, president of the C. L. A.,
Dr. M. M. Crawford, Fred Killer
of Toronto, and Tom Humphrey
ace mpany lhe team,
The Tecumsehs have seven men
on the team who played for the
Minto Cup in 1000, viz., Green,
Kinsman. Graydon, Rowantree,
Felker, Durkin, and Querrie, Million, McDougall and McGregor
played wiih Regina when they
played for the Minto Cup.
RICHEST CARGO
THIS SEASON
Steamer Victoria from Alaska
With $500,000 of Gold and
Big Shipment of Furs.
Completing the fastest voyage
she has ever made between Nome
and Seattle aid bringing gold
bullion valued at morc than half
a million dollars, a valuable ship-
tnenl of Alaska furs, the steamship
Victoria, of the Alaska Steamship
Company, Captain John A. O'Brien
haa arrived in Seattle.
The Victoria made the voyage
from the Far North in seven days
twelve and one-half hours.
The shipment of gold was loaded
r.board the vessel i't .Nome .".nd
St. Michael, ard is one of the
largest of ilu- year, ll was sent
down from the north for shipment
io San Francisco. There were
nearly twenty loi - of line Alaska
furs of various kinds, the greater
part of which will be sent ea-t.
KING TAI CHARGED WITH
INTIMIDATING A WITNESS
In Chinese Gambling Case Today City Solicitor Peters
Produces a Witness Who Says King Tai First Offered a Bribe Then Threatened to Kill
Interest in the Bout
Considerable interest is expressed
in the tiiy today in the coming
great boxing contesl between Oscar
Nelson antl Joe Baylcy at the
Kaien Island Club.
Charges by City Solicitor Peters
that King Tai, known officially
in  the  present  Chinese gambling
case as Wa Lee, had endeavored
to intimidate a witness for the
prosecution named Lee Kee wiih
threats to kill after attempting
to briln- him wiih fifty dollars lo
leave the dty, caused some sen-
sation in the police court this
morning. The witness Lee Kee
gave   his   evidence   with   marked
signs of agitation, and the Interpreter whose winning smile
beams alike upon defence, prosc-
Ceution, and court in a manner
mth "child-like Snd bland" seemed
strangely stultified under thc dark-
eyed gi'Ze of King Tai.
Mr.   Patmore  angrily   resented
lhe charge  made by Mr.  Peters,
had    suggested    that    he   should
lie in conn about the gambling
game. Witness said thai he would
rather tell the truth. He saitl
Wa Lee told him he WSS scaring
people BWay from lhe game, and
offered him ISO to quit the city.
He refused, and said lhat at this
Wa Lee had called him filthy
nanus and threatened to kill him.
Witness repeated the language
used ;M which there was a guffaw-
in court at his Chinese pronun*
elation of certain English deep
sea oi'ihs. '.That'a edifying," remarked Mr. Patmore in withering
tones tO Mr. Peters. Mr. Patmore then Went on to try and
eliet from Lee Kee evidence supporting  a  COUntS! charge  to  thc
effect that Chun Yuen who works
and his client King Tai exhorted I f,,r Mr. Williams, the solicitor, had
the witness to tell all he  knew, \M*m\  , M  Kv(,  ,���  ,,.,���   ���_������   the
Very  leridly  Lee Kee  tola Inl ,    ...,,���     ._ . .,
.    /    ' . ...     i       story   lie   had   told   in   order   to
broken   sentences   how   Wa   Lee *
(King Tai himself) had visited his ���������*���*��� *��� P"--*���*""1*   This mat-
tlitnK   lit   room   last   night,   and 1 ��er was lieing tediously unrs>veiled
asking   him   to   speak   privately 1 at noon. 1**���*T*��sV����*
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Wednesday.. Sept. 27
WILL McBRIDE    ACCEPT?
Rumor is again rife that Premier McBride is to be offered a seat
in the Federal Cabinet.    Rumor even goes further.    It says that iill
arrangements have been made for Premier McBride's acceptance
of the post, and names the reward that Mr. Stevens, the member-
elect for Vancouver, is to receive for vacating his seat to allow Mr.
McBride to enter the Ottawa House. It looks as if British Columbia
is soon to lose her "picturesque Premier."
Many observers thought that Mr. McBride had forfeited hi*-
ehanee of entering the Federal Cabinet by declining to enter the
Federal lists. Possibly in Mr. Borden's estimation, camion is esteemed
a political virtue. Apparently Hon. Robert Rogers' stock did not
go down at Ottawa as a consequence of his reconsidering his intention
to contest the Winnipeg seat. That which is not considered a vice
in the case of the Manitoba Mil ister of Public Works, might very
well be considered a virtue in the case of the Premier of Briiish Columbia.
Certainly the gods were on Mr. Borden's side, when Premier
McBride announced that he would not enter ihe Federal fight. How
different might have been the interpretation of the national turnover
had Mr. McBride entered the field. Mr. McBride with his record
for having changed the political complexion of Briiish Columbia
would then have received most of the credit for the change in the
political complexion of ihe l)iiminion. Fortune would have crowned
his brows. The Premiership of Canada would have been his, and
many a Conservative politician would have visited the woodshed
a.nd kicked himself for not getting rid of Borden liefore.
In these things the public judges unfairly.    Men go to victory
on the crest of the wave more frequently than by lighting and conquering  the  tide.    Mr.  McBride was  Fortune's favorite when  the
popular wave threw him into the leadership of an almost solidly Conservative Legislature two years ago.    Fortune gave him another and
a greater chance iwo months ago but he did not  take it.    Premier
McBride musi la- angry wiih himself now for not accepting her invitation,   li is not likely that she will repeat it.    Bui -ill lovers of justice
must feel glad ihat ihe coquette hail to return and bestow her favors
on Mr. Borden.    It would have been tragic in its irony, if his fifteen
years of  toil and waiting had gone unrewarded, and  the jade had
gone off arm in arm to the altar wiih his younger, more picturesque
but less deserving rival.
If ilu- Fates have decreed ihat Richard McBride is i�� enter Federal
l��.|i;ics, then it is fit and proper thai he enter as a subordinate to
Mr. Borden, who has fully earned his title to the Premiership. Whether
Mr. McBride will consent io accept a portfolio under Mr. Borden
remains to be seen.  The reports from Victoria .-.i .1 Vancouvi r suggest
that he is quite willing if ihe offer is made.
NOTES   AND   COMMENTS
As an example of patriotism grown Utile, nulling could be more
paltry than Alderman Clayton's objection on patriotic grounds io
loaning the city's Union Jack for lhe McTavi-h-Craig nuptials.
If lhe News could have its way, it would present every young
ouple wiih a house and lot its a Wedding gifi. and defend the transaction on economic grounds .i- intelligent patriotism.
But judged merely for the standpoint of ilu* other kind of patriotism, our "heaven-born ..ne" made a. bad blunder when he would
have the city of Prince Rli|K*rt deny the loan of il- Union Jack lo
ilu- wedding of tin- grandson "f Sir James  Douglas, our greatest
patriot.
Alderman Clayton ..pee told a Prime Rupert audience that he
w.*s not a British born subject, si) in* is to I.,* excused for knowing
little "i British Columbian history, For hi- future guidance our
foriign born patriot from Detroit, Michigan, i- informed ihat Sir
James Douglas was the representative "i the British Crown in thc
colony >.f Vancouver Island, and tin* First Lieutenant Governor ol
the Province of British Columbia.    Il Would have been an insull to
the llieinorx   of a  j.re.'.i  artl patriotic gentleman  to have refused the
ii-e ..f ihe Union Jack at his grandson's weddii g.
t>a-^
Do You Want !
Value for
Your Money ?
Why not eat  luncheon  and dinner
at the
Exchange : Grill
The  Price  35   cent. IS   RIGHT
1
nnd the cuisine and service up to our
well established standard
him, hu would have considered him*
Belt absolutely stationary In space.
But now he was going at a great speed
and Jerkily. Yes, certainly Jerkily,
aud the atmosphere was becoming distinctly colder. He had entered a
stratum ot told air. Ah, yes, that must
be It. Ho wns getting higher; he was
In (act rockettlng. That was It, he
was rockettlng. Quite natural, he reflected. You hit a bird in the head
and it rockets. The whiskey has hit
sue In the head and It rockets.   Cer-j
"You migiit aa well untie my hands
whllat you are about It. They are
Dearly frozen already," suid Protheroe
ln a matter-of-fact ton:.
Jim looked at him lu some surprise.
The sobering etteot of the ride had
been even greater than he had anticipated.
"I guess you can sit on then by
youreelf," he remarked, unfastening
the rope which bound his captive's
legs, before freeing his hands.
"Steady! Don't fall off as you ride
baok. and don't try any monkey tricks
with me. It ain't worth It," and then,
'reassured by the doctor's appearance,
lie let hts hands go.
"Now you might as well ride back
land finish the night with your palB.
Borry I troubled you."
But the doctor remained Bitting
where he was.
'You ain't afraid about finding your
talnly 1 am rockettlng. I way aro        ,.. asked Combe. "T|ieyil
Hut as his thoughts grew less vague g, ���*,���, prettv B00n ��������� ���( ,hey don't
his hotly grew more and more cold. | rall ,_ and t drowne(1 ym not com-
Tho spirit was dying out In his blood, i���g alon       Soda Crei,k m!|;llt not be
and his tightly bound extremities were
beginning to freeze.
He became conscious that he was no
healthy for me Just now."
Still tho doctor sat where he was,
stretching  his cramped  logs,   feeling
longer In ths streets of Soda Creek.k**,,. 8-*ft,,,ed muf.cu>;i ot his arms
He could hear horses' feet and gravel gwav|nR a little ln his middle, and look
which rattled and slid beneath them,' ��������� a( r*omi,e
and a Jerk which threw him heavily j ..You mustliavc wn,,t(,d ,,,e pretty
Upon his horse's neck wpke him to bnlllv," he said at length, and there
the fact that he was riding down an | W|u, no ,raoe of nnger ���, hlB volce, no
extremely steep Incline into a grey sea ��� ,)ro.egt against his attempted abduc-
of Icy vapor. | tlon
It   has been said that Doctor Pro-,     -Guess  I  did,  or  I  shouldn't have
theroe was one of those men who had  ^^ vou
the faculty of becoming drunk a dozen
Hls  married
times ln the twenty-four hours,
recovery from the effects of drink was
as rapid as his lapse Into drunkenness
end now his brain began to work again
almost normally.
"What is It?   A woman?   You aren't
.Mm laughed a hard luugh.
"What Is It then?   You aren't drunk
or a fool."
Ain't 1?   That new tenderfoot, An*
Ho realized that hc was riding tied i struther, has broke himself up pretty
in his Baddle. his arms pinioned and j badly. Miss Clifford Is nursing him
his mouth gagged, and that someone, and wants a doctor."
also riding, was leading his horse "Ah!" grunted the doctor, and whls*
along the edge of a grey flood from tied a strange hollow whistle like that
which rame a roar and an Incessant of a fog born. It was a curious trick
grinding sound. Dr. Protheroe'a carll-! he had on occasions of insight. He
est Impression of a river was the I knew the Hlsky Ranch pretty well,
union of a dozen tiny springe which though he was no favorite there, and
well up from the earth's heart amongst he knew Its internal history, and could
meadow sweet and tritlllatles, in his have made shrewd guesses about MIbb
native Wiltshire, or at the wildest a Clifford and Jim Combe and even
Junction ot little brown rills which about Mr. Anstruther. The ways of
wind chattering to their meeting place the world are very much alike every*
through the purple heather of that where, and doctors know them better
which  Kngllsh  folk call a mountain,  than most men.
and  so gathered aud  united,  wander!     "What   Is the  matter  with  Anstru*
on. picking up a little friend here and ��� thvr?"
another more fully grown further on, I    "Ribs broke, Iwo or three, and may
until  together they  turn   a   miller's j be something worse iustde."
wheel or dream through lush hay fields      "Well he will get over that without
to the sea. my assistance or die.    Does It mat
Bui the Fraser. by which that silent! ter?'
*> Letters to the Editor
���^..^.+
A   LIBERAL  VIEW   OF  THE  OUTLOOK
figure led hi in. is not a river of this
kind.
Born of the siiowb ln that barren
land whore earth's rlba show above the
Jim looked at him stupidly.
"To you." the doclor added.
"No, I don't know ns It does matter
n whole heap.   I rode that devil here
.- \ M i' I 1- HARRISON
(NOTARY 1*1 HI I.
Prince Rupert
last of the black pines, the Fraser ta. In a day and a night to get you. He
bitter and savage from Us birth. j wasn't broke when we left." and he
There are no lush grnss lands for It' pointed lo the weary roan. "I've lied
to flow through, no miller's wheels for; to poor old Hill: I've stolen a horse
it to turn. ! and done my best to steal a man.   t'
Ita course is through sand and gra-1 don'l suppose it does matter." and he ;
vol*, that It Is gold gravel mnkea tt no , sat down on one side of the boulders i
more   beautiful:   past   grey   benches'. whilst the hue and cry came nearer.
Stained in leprous patches   by   vivid '��� He could see their lanterns flashing
metallic colors.   It has nothing to do1 now like drunken stars along the edge
with farming until, weary of life and  of thc bank not half a mile away,
retired from business, It reaches Its;    "If you had told me thai it was for
muddy delta, where It farms because  a woman 1 would have come."
It la too feeble to do anything else. "But It wasn't."
Its life's work was mining.   It Is the      "No?" hesitating   questlonlngly   on
great  sluli-e box of northern  British   the monosyllable, "but you told Bill
Columbia,   the   great    water   power , so.   Why didn't you lie to me?"
which   cats   away   the   gold-bearing      "It    wouldn't    have   helped.     You
rocks, which builds the sand bars and   didn't go for Bill's woman."
feeds them year by year with much      The   doctor   flinched   for the first'
fine gold, which tempts the strongest' time, and opened hla mouth as if to
of our men  with thc   possibility   of ��� defend himself, but thought better of
quickly  earned  wealth,    aud    having , It. and shrugging his shoulders asked:
sucked their lives out of them, leaves      "Have you got all  my  Instruments
them stranded In such back waters aa   and things there?   That Is my bag. I
Soda Creek, think." and he pointed to the satchel
The banks of II under which Jim  strapped upon Jims horse.
Combe   led   the   doctor's   stumbling      "Ye��. ' 8��t them before I left."
horse, were sheer cliffs of gravel, the      "Very thoughtful of you.   Hand them
raw edges of a grcat earth    wound,   "P for n"-' ,0 ���00,( ���*���'���   *** I**1* slltf to
through    which    lhc    river   tore   Its   te* ��'t my horse yet."
course, and the brim of It waa no place      Jlm obeyed, and by the faint light
of primroses,  but a fringe of great  ��' * match, which Jim had to hold for
boulders, too heavy even for Its strong  hlB,> the doctor explored thc interior
waters lo move, and  here and there  ot -*1***** grip-sack,
the bones of a stranded pine. "0ur tri*n*i  --1" sot  these.  I Ima*
Par overhead the two could see a 8|ne." he ���"ll-1* '"e __* thinking of
few tall conifers, towering In thc night '"Is own case, lie always Is. Wrap
mist, and behind them, up stream, the lh��m UD ln ,hl�� anu ���"���" ,ht'm on ���*���
dull red light which marked the cen- **���***��� Someone will find them and we
tre of such life as there was In Soda ��������������"'��� havc "���������y u���� ,or ,h**'m on this
rr, ck trip. Ws don'l want lo carry any more
When a cable crossed the river ������������"��� *���'* are obliged to."
they paused, and Jim dismounting Jlm *,,rui',k ��noiher match and the
went down to the water's edge. The doc'��r finished his examination,
ferry was there, moored lo the bank. Thp>" haV(*' ->" 'ho ordinary appll-
th�� Icecakrs gathering round It as It ****** ,0*���CMt,* of McMe��� ���� H��-t'��. I
lay. but there was no boatman by it, juppoae. He was quiet now and
snd the little shack In which he she!-   businesslike.
tered was empty. Jlm got Inio the ..L?1?,08'',80' ���, * ... ���. . ..
ferry Bnd tried to move It, but the _Ve11: ��hese will do then. We shall
chain of H was secured by a great pad- make them all In a devil of a mess,
lock. It was kept for ihe public's con* but *b* wa,c^���p1^.00, f*,e wl" ***��� ,
venlence and the ferryman's profit, i0me ** *!icm* !,m S|ad 'rou brought
���nd the ferryman had gone. '-���at- Mr* l ombB' __     _
"Curse It.   That's what I might have      There was a pause whilst Jlm fee*    - ��� m    -
expected." Jlm muttered, "but I didn't   {���n*(J the *-"*���*��� ln ,IU *->Irc<-' "8**-"1' 'be    |pWp|l*V   *S**.lt*
��ee him In the saloon when we left."      "�����?** ver* 8rowln? very close now.  elCIT'CsI J    Udl-C
For a time he wrcBtled with the lock   ��nd ,h,f_,volce" of'he ********** plain- 	
Snd tried to break It with a boulder  1-f auUlbIe-    Combe c0.uld distinguish
During the past few days, doubtless due tb the unexpected, overthrow of the governmeni, I have heard some gloomy predictions
as to the welfare of the country and of Prince Rupert in particular,
1 do not share such views, but on the contrary, am inclined to be
optimistic of our future. While I believe In reciprocity and look
upon it as a priceless boon, yet il is something We have P.Ol hitherto
been enjoying and the Conservatives may give us something sub*
tantial as a substitute,
Mr. Borden holds a repoutation for honesty and fair-niindendess,
and in- \ be depended upon io do his utmost to govern our country
wisely. I. is very rate ih the history of a. nation that any man or
set of men is indispensable to iis existence or progress in the sense
thai the elder Pitt was, and ii is probable ihat in the immediate future,
things will go along very much tlie same as in the past. Mr. Borden
may revise the tariff, thereby approaching the benefits which we
would have received under rcciprociiy. I look to see the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway completed without any unnecessary delay, and.when
the time comes to ship fresh lish and other commodities across the
continent from Prince Rupert, the Americans may have thrown off
the duty against Canadian fish, or else special bonding privileges may
be granted io enable fish to be shipped from this port. 1 believe there
is no doubt whatever but that thc lish caught in these northern waters
will be shipped from Prince Rupert.
I am less sanguine as to the iffect of the quietus to reciprocity
upon, the Alaskan trade, but it will be some time before we are in a
position to go after that trade, and then conditions may have adjusted
iheinselves. We have been looking at conditions as they arc, but
we must remember that this vote does not conclude our trade arrangements with the l'nited States. There is such a thing as evolution
in the world of politics just as real as in the organic world.
To those who have thoughl differently from me upon the question
of reciprocity, I wish to say thai I do not decry their victory nor
resent their celebrations or songs of triumph. They have won a grcat
victory and I am pleased to see thai they appreciate it. Power stands
for opportunity and is to be desired, but it also involves responsibility.
It is up to them to legislate for and administer this greatest of youthful
countries with wisdom and integrity, and 1 wish them Cod speed,
for so long ; B the country is well and progressively governed, the
cold shades of opposition have r.o horrors for me. What makes our
people happy and contented, pleases me: what makes our country
prosperous, benefits mej what makes our country great, makes me
prouder to be a Canadian. Theirs is the task, be unto them the wisdom
.iii courage.
For the grand old man who steps from the wheel of stale, I have
nothing but the most sympathetic feelings and highest admiration.
He has proved himself to be a gre; t Canadian; a broad minded and
-ii cere statesman; wise and progressive in policy, fearless in pursuit
of it; firm aud upright in administration; mighty in honesty of
purpose aid nobility of soul; dean and wholesome in private life;
get- It* .-nl considerate in conduct; adorned ard embellishtd with
dignity and culture: ripened and mellowed by time���he leaves the
wheel, but hi- white plume is untarnished, his glory undimmed. our
love stronger���God bless Sir Wilfrid Li uriir.
W.   E.  WILLIAMS.
II w. j. McCutcheon
i , Carrioa complete) ��iock of l)ru������   ���    ,
. .     atUittlon paid t0 mn,,,. pK-fJ|pg5J*l
| Theatre Block p..oNE Nu. -��j SeeondAte
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Seventh Ave-, untl Fullm,
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Two Five Dollar hills to       i
be given nway to bright
boys.   Bee Mr. Munroe at    -
the News office. i
V. r. 0. t; tMiu.K
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
and
Stewart
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I -General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
Graniteware       Tinware       1
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...FOR...
Ha\ZELTON
Take the fast liglit-tlrau*.'lit item,
er Inlander for Hazeltun.
H. B. Rochester
Agent
..For Sale..
Level lot near Seal Cove at (350. $50
cash and $25 a month.
Two level lots near corner ol Brad
Avenue and Conrad Street. MOO
pair.   Easy cash and t.un.-.
Two double Lane corners on ��� ��� '.'
Avenue and Donald Street U $630
pair.   Easy cash and tern.-.
Lot 19, Block 26, Section 5.   K..-> tints.
Fire, Life and Accident lnsui.net
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
FIRE! What Would it Mean to You?
Have you considered the loss and inconvenience
it would caufe you? Such a thing is not only
possible but probable in any new city. In our
vault you will find the only absolute protection
for your valuables. Rent a safe deposit box today.   To-morrow it may be too late   -
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
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p. "
New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
We have just received I
ment of Rinira, Brooches, Til
Pins, etc., of tin* \*
latest design
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Walch  In.pecloc.
Cor. 6th St. and BtOOnd A-- ���:.:'������
PHONE b2
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Wark's Closing
Mussallem & Company
-Good Ire-.h   Groceries at City Prices.
We have just put  in a  complete
,   , ,��tock of groceries and will be able
from the beach, but such attemptt had   j1" own name* *i*****i trom **** ����, Three    Only,    $6.00    Kitchen  to i-ive* our customers the best of
been foreseen and the faatentnga were      �����,-, ..                                                       rl-,-1-.. t-7 Qn I ���r��,u't��*
too strong to yield to rude surgery. WoU-   whl", *** wo ****** tor?      -UOCK8 J>A.s9*J\    A ca��� >t our  ��tore  w.��� be
i  "Doesn't matter much  If   they  do Arf��' _ou c��m'nBf,'    _,��� Three    Only,    $12.50    Mantle preci.ted.
borne now." he said to himself, and ,.f.    .   .h   ..^u      .    .. .-. .    v           Clock.                                    Sfi 2*.                 	
began to hulloa on the off-chance that No- t0 'ue iUa^-   '�� l th��l ***** Llock8   ,' '_/.'-. ' .'*        '
the forryman might be within hearing, you wanted to take me? Dozens    of   Other   Clocks    at
He even took out his revolver and fired ��� e ��*n l; , ThBf ��*hn**�� ,e,ri7
k shot, but for awhile there was no   hM.gone nnd ' "__" break the lock
. ���,t .  a     . "1*    th.lt    an    onel    Tien   Pj.er.h��    .a.
rman
'la that ao, and Jlm Combe can't
One-half Price.
Tesponae.    Thc   ferryman   had   con* ,    ,,
eluded that hi. cowboy passenger of g"  ""��� blt ��' ���****** m',ho"t ��      See the bargains in the Weat
the morning was as other cowboys he HK ,0 ,gct     ,    2�� J?c ,m\n, m'** ....    . . v .    .
had known, and would be aa long over Clifford Is nursing?   Shaw!   Here la Window   today.     Your  choice
his half-hour's business as they had ft. **?���, "_ *,***��� %2x!_H. cr��m1n*ed j for $2.50
been, and, Caribou, being a free coun- "�� "ft t0P h?t ln C��*r'bo" m,ore ��-���"������'       '
try, he had gone where he listed. -7 on -hto h-ead' ,purrcd. hl? b.e*M ln,��
j   MILNER 4 BOWNESS    -   PROPS. i    But the revolver ahot had   roused   the edge of the grey flood that went  p      n     UTiDV'     O     pf|
, ��� other., tf It had not called the ferry-  ******* by' B,,pped 8nd, "*~�����0. sit-A,.   D.    WAK&    tt    LU.
The rod glow In thc centre of  *��� b f h���T." ^ "SS_S
man
the townlet wai   redder    now    and blm.,e1'  mt,8bt a*J*    d��"f; ���_SR_
 _��� ���   larger.    The  loor  of  the  Ideal   wa. ���?�����- ?nd_,hs>���   ,?��   T ^ ,���     I!"
wide open, and there were voices on m,n��' horie ��"���!  "tan, deep In   the!
������)��������������l��)>��>��������l����������l��l>l��������'��-��4   ,hp ���..��- n|r, ,hc vole,, of _,en whlob angry water, of the Prater.
Third Avenue
The Graham laland Oil Fields. Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale n very , limited
amount tif shares of stock at 2T.c per share;
par value ��l.oo. These shares are going
MUlckly and will soon bs ..IT the market     I
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLINl'. AC.ENT9
grew closer at he listen, d. Possibly
BUI', suspicions had found voice St
the last moment, tho revolver .hot
having oonflrmod thorn, and now Uie
whole drunken gang was out looking
tor the dootor and his abductor. It
did not matter much. He could easily
escape suoh a posse as they were Uke-;
ly to form, but ho turned towards his
captive. It was no use keeping blm
any longer.
"Hulloa, you are awake,   aro   you?
,'sr.t    iViAtsn     Mtl   .*   ..**   **.-.*���������    ....... aY. t"   V.���
(TO nE CONTINUED)
Oh, You Empire!
A ser.rch party has been Rt work
for the l-t week looking for "the
t ,iit.> miles ..( wagon road." re*
puli-.! it. tin* "l-.inpiri*" ;*s having
been constructed between Mnssel
aad   Rose Spit, hut  up to  the
, Want them wraps off your mouth?" hs
asked,  cynically.    "They-11 keep   the ' presi i'i  llttls trace li*'*- been ili*--
eold ofl your chest," but he moved lx> I...... ,,.���i     ri,,,.,.,,  Charlotte  l<*l*>*.
Awards him  and released   the   doctor i ",N *r*,}- ~WueCT   *-nariOTO   I-.1.M.-
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The Big Furniture Store
HART BLOCK
Main entrance 2nd Ave; Mh St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
Mussallem & Company
Phone- Wi Illacle
Sth Ave.. East of Mcllride
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
F. M. DAVIS ��
General Machine Shop an I -*j-'l'!
Carpentering. AlsoaL'.-nt- '���>;��� 'f'T
banks-Morse and hn..\ GMOlW
Engines. Gasoline Engine, ana AC'
cessories carried in stock.
Launch., and Bo��ls lor H.r-     Nl
vlofWI"**
Take notice that the partnership
heretofore existing under the name
of Handasyde t\- Hurt has this
day been dissolved and that .ill
accounts due the firm are to In-
i>ii<l toC. II. Handasyde,Jr.,who
will )).*>��� ;tli firm debts and continue
tin- aforesaid business,
Dated at Prince Rupert, B, (".,
this day 25th nf Sept. A. 1). ion.
i'��t       C. ll. HANDASYDE, Jr.
...Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Naden Block ���   Second A��
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &
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. t. * fun-i1**0
Th. New Knox Hotel Is ret
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enprtivemenU.
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Windsor Hotel
FIUST AVENUE AT BOtfffl <-���lt~*
Nswly Furnished and
Steam Hsrtjd Hooxns
A FIRST   CLASS BAH   AVI-  |,INIM'
ROOM IN CQNN-Ct.0**1
RATES 60 CENTS AND W
BATHS   FREE  T.)  01 '   '
W.H. Wright, Prop      m-w* THE DAILY NEWS
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
A CHANCE FOR
POTATO GROWERS
A $1,000 Trophy is to be Awarded for the Best Fifty Pound
Collection.
rince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
I Every Tuesday Evening
members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK, Sec.
0 RENT
[omfortable Cottage
looms, upstairs and 4 rooms
(round floor.  Lath and plast-
City water���$25 a month
|R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited,
nd Ave., Prince Rupert* B.C*
Canadian Pacitic Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prii-cess
Line
Princess May
Monday, September 25th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria. Vancouver antl Seattle
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
aa. Prince John sails for Port Simp-
Bon, Naas River, and SUtwart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 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
Vegetable growers in Kitsumkalum, Lakelse, Porcher Island
and tin* Queen Chr.rlottes who
have got good yields of potatoes
this yi-i'.r slintihl have Q try for
tlu- potato display in New York
in November. Mr. Aschel Smith
of Ladner, has been appointed
to arrange for ;\ collection from
British Columbia and will In- glad
to hear from possible entrants.
The preparation of ilu- exhibit
will lie undertaken nt New Westminster, [n order to allow latitude to Mr. Smith, ii will be
necessary that lu- receive ;-.t lcasl
lifty pounds of carefully named
and selected potatoes, and these
potatoes must In* chosen having
reference to Bmoothr.css of skin,
uniformity of sizi*.  aril  lluslu'i'ss
of eye, and absolute freedom from
all Bcab t>r blemish, and all potatoes
must be received in New Westminster not later than October
Hth.
Tin* Stillwcll Trophy Award,
value SI,000, will hi* given l.y the
Exposition to the best collection.
The yield of each variety per acre,
which must he officially surveyed,
must lie sworn to l.y the grower
and attested by two or more
reputable witnesses.
The winning of ihis Trophy will
mean a great ileal to the district
in which the potatoes are grown.
PT. ESSINGTON
ELECTION CASE
SUPPOSED WASTE
OF CITY MONEY
IS   IT   A   LOST   MINE?
Reported Rich Strike of Silver
Ore on Moresby Island
John ("eill anil John Wilson while
prospecting on tin- southern end of
Moresby Island are reported to
have made a very rich discovery
of silver ore. The exact location
is not given out but it is believed
by mining men to be the same ore
that Cy Mulkt-y wa.s lookii v, for
this past two summers anil which
In- lirsi discovered in 1S52. Aliout
160 lbs. was sent below for assays,
John Champan Arrested for
Alleged Impersonation is at
Liberty. No Official Information to Hand Regrding the
Case.
Inquiry at the office of Pro-
vincial Chief Owens this morning
regarding the case of John Chapman who was arrested by Constable Forsythe or S ptemper 21st
at  Port   Essington  pollii g  I th
on a charge ol Impersonation
elided the Information thai nothing further has yet been done
officially with this cr.se, though
Chief Owens has it ir hand and
will arrange with Constable Forsyth about ii at once. As far as
is known accused is ai liberty
under surveillance Inn not on bail.
FORE ELECTION TODAY
Japanese Charged With Unlawfully Wounding Appears
Today.
Before Judge Young ihis afternoon Yam Shiti, a Jap who was
arrested recently at Port Essington charged with unit \\ fully wound
irg a countryman of his own with
a knife, will appear for election.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE COAL
W. A. Robertson of Victoria,
Makes Another Discovery of
Rich Outcrop.
W. A. Robertson of Victoria,
returned on Friday afternoon from
the Yakoun Lake, where he has
been engaged for a few weeks
doing assessment work on the
coal property controllul by himself and six otlu-i's. Mr. Robertson
n ports that he discovered another
outcropping of anthracite and slate
on the property and is satisfied
that when developed will be ore
of the richest coal fields on the
continent. He states, says the
"Queen Charlotte Islander" that
the different outcrops can be traced
in a straight line for three miles.
Defence of the Horrigan Price
for Lifting Plankway in Last
Night's Council Meeting. Difficult Situation.
A letter by City Solicitor Piters
referring to the Horrigan contract
for grading Third avenue, ard the
price of |2 per foot for raisirg ard
replacing plankway was read ai
last right's council. The price
wa.s defended on ihe ground that
all the rest of the contract was
priced lower than the other offers,
and the council in accepting Hor-
rigan's offer took the lowest all
over bid and so acted for the
city's besl interests. Alderman
Smith defended the price on the
ground that ihe work was exceptionally exacting, the plankway having to be liftetl back ar.d
forward to suit traffic. Horrigan's
rock prices were lower than those
of his competitors' and he has
done the work well and made
money on it because he was
when in working shape, one of the
best rock men in the country.
Alderman Smith pointed out that
for ;he press to suggest that 18000
dollars of city money had been
thrown away on this job mm inaccurate since the cost of the work
in ar.y case no matter by whom
done ought to be deducted, and
he maintained that considering
ihe difficulty of the position in
that congested district, it was not
over charged work anyway.
More Lights Needed
Extension of the present electric
light system is only possible row-
by the sacrifice of lights in some
pieces to lighten the darkness of
others. It is in a way robbing
Peter to pay Paul, but in some
cases is advantageous. Lights will
be placed at Hays Cove Circle,
at Patmore's comer on Borden
sireet, anil at thc corner of Eighth
avenue and Comox avenues. To
place these clusters, other clusters
will have to be cut out where they
are rot so necessary.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
Km* Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
l'ulill at l-'riti)/. Wilt-zek, Purls uml llurlln.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
esE.   EBY   ca,   Co.e_==
REM.   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� H   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Tht- 1'rlniH- lleipe-rt Lodn, No. 318, Sons t.f
Eniflunil. nii*i-ts th.- tlrst unit ttiinl Tuosiiavs in
"uch miintlt in ihe-Sottsof Ktiulttnil Hall. Sl'.i 2nil
Avt*. at s p.m.
F. V. CLAHK. Sec,
1'. O. Ho* M'i. I'rince- Rupert
ERNKST A. WOODS. President. IIox 23
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.CM.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Between1'?!* ft 8th Sts.   Prince RuPert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS hnd EMHALMERS
Funeral  Directors
Srd Avo. near tith St. i'hone No. 86
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
CEO. BRODERIUS. Propri.tor
Hotel Central 3 �����.:.
European and American plan, nt-pam
heated, modern convenience.., Kat/^
S1.00 to $2.50 per day. :
Patar Black
Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
VV. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenae and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANT8-:-  AUDI'IORS
I.aw-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Brlllah Columbia of B.C. Ontario. Sua-
and Manitoba Bara. ttatchewan  and Al
berta Bara.
CARSS Se BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office���Exchanire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., O. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations akilfully treated. Gas and
local anasthetics administered for the painleaa extraction of teeth. Conaultation free. Office*.:
Hetieeraon Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson B.A.,     W.E.WIIllama,B.A..L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. O. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
Hill   OF WU. FUXON. K8<)., A.R.A.M.,  ION., KSli
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, StenmliUinguiul
Sheet Metal Work
Otllce: Srd Ave. Workshop*.
Phone 171 2nd Ave. bet. 7lh and hlh Sta.
n
BOXING
CONTEST
Ms
ii
NELSON
VS.
BAYLEY
AT  THE
KAIEN ISLAND CLUB
RESERVE YOUR SEAT EARLY
TICKETS ON SALE BY:
Steward, Kaien Island Club,
Exchange Grill Cigar Stand, Windsor Hotel
General Admission   ���   $2.00
AT   THE
KAIEN ISLAND CLUB
RESERVE YOUR SEAT EARLY
TICKETS ON SALE BY:
Steward, Kaien Island Club,
Exchange Grill Cigar Stand, Windsor Hotel
IX!
Reserved, Ringside   ���   $3.00
JOE BAYLEY
TO-NIGHT
TO-NIGHT L
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DYNAMITE  IN  SMITHY
Explosion on Apex Group--
Lockport Miners Have Narrow Escape.
While working on the Apex
group ni mineral claims near Lock-
port last week, Alex. Paterson and
Bill Harris had a miraculous escape from death. Both men wort*
working in a tunnel <>n the property
whin they heard .1 loud roar, and
thinking that it was a landslide
rushed out. Instead of ii being
what they ai first thought, found
thai ilu- blacksmith shop was on
fire, and as there was a box of
dynamite containing .."1 sticks and
a l��>x of caps in ilu* building,
Paterson rushed to save them.
While about lour feet from the
burning building tho dynamite
exploded, hurling Paterson several
feet  in  the air.    He received a
nasty cut over the right eye and
was severely scorched. Harris
escaped without any injuries.
SOCIAL HAPPENINGS
Pleasant Entertainment Given
in Honor of Miss Green
Mrs. Wiird was the hostess at
a pleasant tea on Monday afternoon in honor of her sister, Miss
Green, who will leave for the
smith on Friday morning. The
guests included Mrs. Mcintosh,
Mrs. Bullock-Webster, Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. Flexman, Mrs. Tremayne, Mrs. Lamont, Miss Pinder
and Miss Thompson.
Splendid Opportunity
An exceptional opportunity is
offered thc ladies to nt-t their
fall hiits iit a great saving. 20
per cent reduction on all trimmed
hais for the balance of the week
al Mrs. Demera, Third avenue.   2t
U. S. BOATS NORTH
Service Will be Irregular for a
Time Owing to Wrecks
Owing to the wreck of the
Ramona and the Dolphins losing
a wheel, the U. S. freight and
passenger service to the North will
be irregular for some time.
The Northwestern and Alameda
will again take the outside route
leaving only the Jefferson, Humboldt, City of Seattle and the
delayed Dolphin plying inside.
ELECTION FIGURES
Four more polling places have
returned    tluir    figures   to   date.
These iire: Souih Francois Lake
Rose 0, Clementa 2; Ootsa Lake
Rt.-as.,, Clements 1; Holberg Ross
7. Clements 8 and Quatsino Ross
ii, Clements is. This makes Clements majority 113 char.
RAMONA GOLD RECOVERED
Over $150,000 Taken from Hold
of Sunken Steamship
Bringing the treasure cargo of
the wrecked steamship Ramona,
1150,000 in gold and a part of the
ill-fated vessel's salmon cargo, the
steamship Humboldt, of tbe Humboldt Steamship Company, has
arrived at Seattle.
Salvage Crew Aboard
Captain E. L. McNoble, of the
Pacific Coast Steamship Company:
Captain E. C. Genereaux, of the
San Francisco board of marine
underwriters, and three divers who
went into the hold of the wrecked
vessel and recovered the treasure
cargo and part of her salmon
���ahipmeiits, arrived wiih the Humboldt.
Of the Ramona's 8,000 cases of
canned salmon, only 750 were
Baved.
Soon after the Ramona went
ashore she listed suddenly in heavy
sens and a large part of her salmon
cargo crashed through her side and
was lost. A part of the vessel's
mails was recovered, but none of
the baggage of the |M\ssengers.
Ramona Breaking Up
The Ramona is lying in an
cx|xised position and is breaking
up rapidly. Her house has been
swept away and she has broken in
two amidships. The Steamship
will be a total loss.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
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A Going And Profitable
Business For Sale
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer'a Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While .You Wait.
TUG
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.���Houaea and Rentals.
INTERESTING CASE
Scrap Outside  Royal   Involved
Politics, So They Say
In today's police court lhe case
of S. Camozzi and Peter Planbo
was again adjourned. These two
men are charged with being in a
scrap which took place outside
the Royal Hotel, and is supposed
to have been over the late election.
After hearing today's evidence
the case was adjourned the Magistrate saying that he wanted to
know more about someone who
is supposed to have conic up behind
Camozzi and given him a black
eye. A prominent solicitor who
was in court is saitl to have re*
marked: "Curious that a man
coming   up   from   behind   should
manage to give another a black
eye." But this remains to be
elucidated.
Great Reduction in Hats
Mrs. Detners on Third avenue is
giving thc ladies a splendid opportunity to buy. offering 20 per
cent discount on all trimmed hats
for the balance of this week.       2t i the chair
Building New Theatre
Mr. Albert, the manager of the
Westholme Lumber Company, arrived by the Prince Rupert this
morning. He is interested in the
progress of the new theatre being
built by his firm on Second avenue.
Mayor Back to Biz
Today at   three  p.m.   the ad-
Ijoumed meeting of the Licence
; Board was held, Mayor Manson in
I
Help Wanted
1
Wanted general aervant, two servant nit-Is kept.
Apply to Mrs. L. W. Patmore. Ml*tl
L
For Rent
Furnished rooma with bath. Spiiiiil rutea by
tho week.   Talbot Houai*. 16B-tf
Neatly Furnlahed rooma, Mntleman |ircfe*rreel.-
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Miiji'slii' Theatre.     tl
Nice Furnlahed Rooma. Mis. Croemwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Furnished room.. 1I..L untl cold water
with bath. Dig-by Room*, t'.th Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Kent -Son. of Ennrlaml Hull. SU. 2nd!Ave��� for
Dances. Fraternal Socletvs, Suclals, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 869 or phono OS. lwl-tf
r
i
For Sale
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. I Storey house, household Roods. Near Mao* import. A anal) If
taken at once.   Addrea. Box 368. tf
For Sal.- - Irish Terrier dm* imps, pe-dlnree-d. ��r1t-
ty.   Rood  companions,   -   --1   color.     Gott.lar.1
Hr...... M. Winer St., Vim-    i..T. 216-227
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OUR Companies are notct] for prompt and just
aettlementa. We write every known class of
Insurance. Tha Mack Italty and Insurance Co.
| Wanted |
4" *���**���*.���* lfcHS<l*%4��H4l*>-ll*^ai**i-%H'��''^"^>t
Wanted. - Cleaning and pressing, alterations
and repairing for men ami women. Dressmaking
called for and delivered.   Mra   Charlea Percher,
���O'Third Ave.   Phone&H Red. tf
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1...at Ladies' watch In bracelet. Reward bv returning to Newa ofllce. tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart'a
olg Fted Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
SHIPPERS!
For Rent���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store.-H. S. Wallace. tf
Mr. Nickerson, ('.. T. P. shore
steward, arrived today by the
Prince Rupen to look after business
affVirs connected wiih his department in Prince Rii'iert.
Notice is hereby given, after
this dale, (Septemberi 27) and
until further advised, freight for
Skeena River points beyond Van
Arstlol will not be accepted for
transportation.
A. I*:. McMASTER,
Agt. G.T.P. Railway.
NOTICE
In the County imm of AUin lioldtn at Prince
Ruport In tha Matter ol the "Official Ail-
miiiialratur's Act"
and
ln the Matter ol lh* K.tate* ol Duran P. Latkovlch
deccaaed, InleaUta.
TAKE NOTICE lhat by order ol HU Honor,
Judge Yount, made Iho Slat day ol Auguat, t'.'l 1.
1 wu appointed Admtnlatralor ol the Kalate ol
tho aald  Duran P. Lalkovtch de-ceai-e-d, and all
Ci--. having daima agalnal the aaid K.tate are
by required to forward aarne properly verined
to ra* on or belore the 30th day ol September.
1911, and all tbe partlea Indebted to the aaid
Kalale are required to pay the amount o[ thou*
indebtedness to m* lorthwlln.
DATKI) the 6th day ol Seiptarabar, 1911.
JOHN It. McMULLIN,
Ofllcial Administrator.
Dairy Men ATTENTION I Present owner must go on his farm in
irder to preserve its title; 15
liigh bred, select cows, 1 thoroughbred bull,   1   horse,  Harness and
Wagon, all dairy appliances, Three
room house, furnished. Three
large barns, milk house, chicken
house,   etc.     All   for   $3,000.00.
Apply to
DAVID H. HAYS
Second Ave. and Second St.
F f|FOR  SALE
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
Avenue.   Price $800.  $400 cash.
One lot,  Block  7,  Section  6,  Fourth
Avenue, Harhor View.   Price $1350.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.   Price $300 each.   $50 cosh
balance $25 per month.
Two lots, Blocki24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.    Price  $600  pair,  one-half
cash.
Two Iota, Block 51, Section 8, Kelliher
Street.   Price $175 each, $100 cash.
One  lot,   Block  7,  Section  8,  Tenth
Avenue.   Price $300, one-halt cash.
Two lots, Block 38, Section 8, Justin
Street.   Price $600 pair, $300 cash.
One lot, Block 1, Section 8, next to
corner, Eleventh Avenue.   Price $476,
$300 cash.
HOUSE   FOR   SALE
Four-room house, plastered, painted, best
harbor  view   in  city,   on   Ambrose
Avenue.    Price $1837.    Cash  $600,
balance $30 per month.
FOR RENT
Offices and stores on Second Avenue and
Sixth Street.   Prices $35 to $75 per
month.
Nicely furnished flat, four rooms and
bath,   hot   and   cold   water,   corner
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avenue.     Price
$50 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
5 and 10 acrea for garden trucking, nt
Kitsumkalum.   Price $65 per acre.
10-acre tracts garden trucking at Kitselas.   Price $50 per acre.   Terms.
FOR LEASE
Three Iota on Third Avenue close to
business section, level, good lease.
LOTS   IN   NEW   HAZELTON
$10 cash and $10 per month buys you a
homeaite.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
"Ut Us Live
While We Live"
Don't let these splertlidsiiwrt
days pass withom getting -^
share of their pleasures. A KcM
is thc greatest of modem pIcKu,
producers. The cosl is i*,,mjn,|
And remember our photographi-
department is at your dis|*e��|-
absolutely free.
McRAE BROS., LTD.
EVERYTHING FOR T1IK 0TPIC1
Unusual Offering
on Sixth Ave.
134 ft. frontage Sixth Avuui-i
$4,200.00. Terms nnt>(ouiM
cash, balance 2-12-18-2-1 mm���*,),.[
150 ft. frontage Si\ili Avci-mJ
$3,800.00.   Same terms.
155   ft.   frontage  Sixth   \\
$3,450.00.   Same terms.
All of the above on corners, vl
DAVID H. HAYS
About These at ONCE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
NOTICE
TAKE  NOTICE thut  I will mh
tendcra for the land known tu Utll*
Range  6, Coast  District.  I'mract rf I
British Columbia.   This li out of Ai
choicest pieces of laml lying l   ."I
Skeena river antl oontalM iboU iii'
acrea.    The land is   crown gnM
Tendcra must bo in before- thtt.ftt._t |
of October, 1911.   The highi-nt -tu?
tender not necessarily ICdepted. F��
further particulars apply l�� 'lit' ��*���
signed.
D. G. STEWART.
Aasignee of H. C, Bre-ck.i'.rnlir*-.B��i|
225, Prince Rupert. B.C.
-  -^ THE PROSPERITY OF EVERY GREAT CITY IS DUE TO ITS GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION ���   I
THE SPOKANE OF CANADA
THE SPOKANE OF CANADA
NEW HAZELTON
The most important Townsite! The most talked of Townsite along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway   j
NOTICE
New Hazelton Townsite, Sec. 1
Now being offered for sale Is Not ��
Grand Trunk Pacific Promotion
Townsite. NEW HAZELTON Town-
site wiis selected by the experts of
a syndicate of successful men as the
geographical location for a big city.
They bought the land, realizing the
wonderful resources of the Haielton
District, the Mines, the Distributing
Centre for hundreds of miles, and
many other reasons.
NEW   HAZELTON
Many mines are getting ready to ship
ore. Some of the mines being developed
are:���Silver Cup, American Boy, Silver Standard, Sunrise nnd Sunset,
Lead Km*. Erie Babine. Most of
the ore in NEW HAZELTON mines
is high grade Silver-Lend, similar to
ore in the Slocan District in East
Kootenny, B. C, nnd similar to some
ores found at Leadville, Col.
BUY A LOT
HAVE YOU CONFIDENCE OF
MERCHANTS ON THE GROUND?
Many lota already purchased by
the keenest business men of Haielton (Old Town). You can safely
follow th* judgment of such men.
NEW HA2ELTON, the hub of the
Hazelton Diatrict, will be the natuml
headquarters for what promises to
be the most active and sensational
new city in thc fastest growing part
of the world today on account of the
wonderful Lead, and Zinc Mines, the
Groundhog Mountain Coal Fields, the
Vast Agricultural Country tributary to
the coming principal city in British
Columbia on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railroad.
Stores are going up. Newspaper
plant now moving on the Townsite.
Two or three General Merchandise
Stores, Drug Store, Bank, Restuarants
and in fact, many lines of trade are
now arranging to open in NEW HAZELTON, Section One. Activity is
in that part of the Townsite known
as Section One.
INVESTMENTS
MADE  IN TOWNS WITH THE
Right  Kind of Country,  Right
Kind of Resources, Right Kind of
People, will surely be big paying
investments.   Thia is the town at
New Hazelton, B.C.
Call at J. H. Kugler's office and pick
your lots while you have plenty to
choose from. People have been waiting over a year for this Townsite to
be put on the market, so there is
bound to be a rush for lots.
NEW HAZELTON Townsite had
over a Quarter of a Million Dollars
Invested by a few Business Men before
tho Lots were offered for sale. NEW
HAZELTON is a Business Man's
Townsite. All the G. T. P. and Local
History was carefully considered. The
Engineer's Reports as to grades, opportunities for side tracks necessary
to handle the thousands of freight
cars were examined. Then they invested in NEW HAZELTON. They
paid in Cash for NEW HAZELTON
and nearby Lands over Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
NEW HAZELTON is reported by
Engineers to be the only available
spot in the Skeena or Bulkley Valleys
for many miles each way where it
would be possible to have Railroad
Yards Inrge enough to handle the
Hazelton District's business.
NEW HAZELTON affords a long,
nearly level stretch of land suitable
for Immense Yards, which will be
required to handle the thousands of
cars of ore and coal that will be shipped
from the mines in the Hazelton District.
The story of NEW HAZELTON
well  known  to  the  public,     ll  h   ���
Townsite being offered  to the  publV
by successful business men.   There is
positively 'no Railroad Company or
Townsite 'Promoter   financially   interested  in  th*  land.    The  own *
have undertaken to make NEW HAZELTON a city of importance in Urn   '
Columbia.    NEW  HAZELTON prom
ises   to   be   the   most   profitable   ci;>
to the Grand Trunk Pacific aloni; i'*
main lines.
Offices of Foley, Walch & Stewart.
contractors building the Gran'l
Trunk Pacific Railroad, will he
located in NEW HAZELTON. The
Chief Clerk, Paymaster and Pur-
chasinf Agent are preparing to, an'1
will, build homes in NEW HAZELTON, Section One.
NEW HAZELTON located on the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad is St-
trading the attention of the whoh
world, as all important towns do OB
the main line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railroad.
$10 DOWN AND $10 A MONTH
BUYS A LOT
ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE T0=
Prince Rupert for Sale ot Lots
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
2nd Ave., between 5th and 6th Streets
Northern Interior Land Company, Limited
Prince Rupert, B. C.
P.O. Box '515
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