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THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6   a. m.,
iii.*���'����� MIM. TEMP. BAR. IN. HAIN
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the daiiyn
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 151
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, July 7, 1911.
NEXT
MAILS
For South
Camosun .
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North
State of California.
p.m.
Price Five Cents
CANADIAN
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HENLEY
FOUR MEN DROP DEAD
OF HEAT IN TORONTO
Rain That Was Welcomed to Allay the Intense Heat
Has Created a Fatal Humidity Worse to Bear
Than Dry Heat���Man Drops Dead While
Carrying Dinner Pail to Work
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 7.���Despite the
showers of rain that fell yesterday
to relieve the hot spell, Toronto
is again suffering terribly from
the lual and humidity. The rain
on the hot ground caused so great
humidity that at four o'clock
yesterday afternoon the sun was
obscured.
Bad Combination
The maximum temperature for
the day on the observatory re-
e-orel was 90.5, but the humidity
was 02. The oppressive com-
bination proved fatal to many
people.
Four Dropped Dead
Among those who drop|ied dead
with the heat were Charles Kin-
scy, electrician for the Glolie Printing Co., David Smith, Alfred
Hartley, and an unknown man
who was found dead at the foot
of Parliament street this morning
with his dinner pail in his hand,
as if on his way to work.
NEW TENDERS FOR
BURNABY JAIL
Provincial Executive will Modify the Plans and Invite New
Tenders Now that the Prices
Are In.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, July 7.���Twelve tenders have been received and opened
fur the erection of thc new provincial central prison ;-t Burnahy.
The prices range from $400,000
m $480,010. At a meeting of the
Provincial Executive it was tle-
iiili.1 to modify considerably the
plans, and invite contractors to
stT.il in new tenders.
UP TO MEN!
Opportunity of Life  Time  to
Get  Bargains
The remarkable sale of gents'
clothing, furnishings, boots and
shoes, etc., is still on at Martin
0 Rcilly's, Second avenue.  There
uie some really surprising bargains
i" be had.   Scons of young men
have availed themselves of the
opportunity to get in a supply of
clothing at prices less than the
wholesale price.
11 wmild be well worth any
"inn's time to call at the store
Mid look over the big slock of
lir-t class goods.
BAR TENDERS BEWARE
Must Have Licence or It Will
Mean a Fine
A man evidently foreign, and
���' little unfamiliar with English
Pive the name of Levi Miller to
lhe Magistrate in the police court
this morning. He was charged
with having served in a bar in
town without having first secured
his bartender's licence. After pleading ignorance of the law on lhe
subject he was fined one dollar
and costs by the Magistrate who
also warned him that he was let
off extremely lightly in this case,
and must be clear on the law in
future. He had secured the licence
in the afternoon after serving
liquor in the morning.
C.P.R. MAY HAVE
LABOR TROUBLE
Machinists' Committee is Meeting in Winnipeg to Discuss
the Situation.
.si*l>..i-^l-B1,.l-Vsa]l   ]
BASEBALL SCORES
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July 7.���There are
rumors here of serious trouble-
likely to break out between the
C. P. R. and its machinists. An
Open rupture is expected before
many days.
A committee representing the
men from all over the system
has Ihh-ii in session in the city for
several days, discussing the situation from the men's point of
view.
A meeting of those interested
in the forming of a Caledonian
Society is called for Friday evening
at 8 o'clock, July 7. All in*
tereeted are kindly requested to
attend. The place of meeting,
Central Hotel. 3t
SPOKANE BREAKS RECORD
Scores Twenty-nine in Match
Against Victoria Team
Northwestern League
Vancouver 1, Tacoma 0.
Portlancl 0, Seattle 4; ten innings.
Spokane 29, Victoria 8. The
record score for eleven years in
the league.
American League
Clcvekuid 4, Philadelphia 0.
St. Louis 8, Chicago 1.
No other games.
National League
St. Louis 13, Philadelphia 9.
Pittsburg 10, Brooklyn 1.
Chacago 0, New York 2.,
Boston 11, Cincinnati 4.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 6, (lakland l.
Sacramento 8, Portland 3.
'Frisco 4, Vernon 2,
FRENCH VALET
WAS A HERO
Gave His Life to Save That of
Two  Young Women Who
Were Burned.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nantucket, Mass., July 7.���The
fashionable colony of Nantucket
is today rirging with praise for the
heroism displayed by Ulysses Pa
hod, the young French valet, who
died in an effort to save the lives
of the two young women who
were burned to death in Saturday
night's boatlioust'i fire
Just before he died, Palmd, who
had made a futile dash through
the Haines, turned to his master
and murmured apologetically: "I
am very sorry, sir, I was unable to
find them. 1 did the best I could,
sir."
CANADIAN CREW BEAT
BELGIANS AT HENHEY
Outrowed Them in Semi-final for the Grand Challenge
Cup���Will now have to Meet the Magdalen Crew
in the Final���Outlook is Good for Victory
The County Court will open
on July 11th. Judge Young will
preside.    The list of cases will be
announced later.
Sixty Dollars Worth
For celebrating the Glorious
Fourth by getting most inglorious-
ly pickled right up over the eyebrows, and raising Cain generally
down Comox avenue, four damsels
of the dismal dead-line p..id each
the sum of fifteen dollars over the
counter at the police court this
morning.
HEAVY SENTENCES
AT ESSINGTON
Two Men Who Sold Liquor to
Indians Get Six Month Terms
in the Penitentiary
(Special -Correspondence)
Port F.ssingiiiii. July 0.���George
MunriK- and a man known as
"Frenchy" were trietl la-fore Mr.
Blaney and Dr. Large on charges
of supplying liquor lo Indians
employed at the canneries. They
were found guilty. Munroe was
sentenced to a fine of 4>'��.(M) or six
months in ilu- penitentiary, and
"Frenchy" to six months impriso l-
me.it without the option of a fine.
As Munroe has not paid lhe fine,
both men will be sent to New
Westminster to se-rve their terms.
DRY DOCK, SHIP YARDS
AND WHARVES IN SIGHT
Today Sees All Buildings and Wharves Laid Out by Resident Engineer's Party---Boring Now for Foundations-���Wharves
to go Ahead First Using Thousands  of Creosoted
Piles���Drive Test Piles in a Few Days
TO BRING MEN FROM B.C.
TO HARVEST WHEAT CROP
Farmers and Millers Want Railways to Run a Harvester's   Excursion   From  Vancouver���Represent
There Are From Six to Seven Thousand
Men Wanting Work
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Steadily the preliminary work
in connection with thc Grand
Trunk Pacific Floating Dry Dock
.mil shipbuilding and repairing
yards is progressing. J. H. Pills-
liury, resident engineer in charge
of lhe work has had his survey
party nt work since Mr. Donclly
was here with Mr. Hays and Mr.
Chanilicrlin, and today sees thc
sites of all the wharves and buildings staked out, while lhe |varty
is going ahead rapidly with the
work of taking Iwrings to determine the character oi the ground
where lhe foundations of the buildings are to go. So far a good ileal
of silt has lx*cn encountered, and
extensive piling will la- necessary
for lhe foundations.
Test Piles to be Driven
In almul ten days a pile-driver
will lie nl work driving test piles
at various 'mints on the building
and wharf sites. After this has
Ix-en done the engineers will In-
able lo calculate exactly the amount of piling required. At present il is estimated that upwards
of four to five thousand creosoted
piles will lie required for the
wharf work alone.
Concrete and Cement
A good deal of Concrete work
foundation woollen piles will lie
driven and cuff ot just below the
mud line. The toredo docs not
work below the mudline, and by-
using tordco proof material above
this point the devastator will be
effectually dodged. Below the
mudline wood piles last as long
as soliel rock.
The Dock Itself
Just how much and what particular materials arc to be used
in the const ruction of the dry
dock Itself is not yet entirely
calculated. The three sections
of the dock divided into twelve
pontoons arc self docking for repair, painting, etc., and can be
used apart from one another to
accommodate two vessels separately. Thc two end sections
which ate smaller than the centre
section can be linked up. Thus
two small dry docks arc made.
Painting and attending to the
keeping <>f the dock in order will
employ men periodically year by-
year, while the shipbuilding yard,
which is to be the mosi-up-to
date on the Pacific Coast will
livi-rcd work is io go ahead on the I probably keep a large staff busy
wharves. To kifflc the destructive and growing ever busier as Prince
toredo    worm it is probable that   Rupert forges ahead.
will be done on thc foundations
of the buildings. All the structures
will lie set on concrete piers. The
amount of cement and gravel
which will Ik? needed for the concrete cannot as yet lie exactly
estimated, hut will certainly be
targe- Quite extensive grading
operations have also to lie carried
out on the sites of the buildings
and approaches to the wharves,
etc., and altogether lie-fore long
several hundred men will Ik* busy
there when lhe work gets into full
swing.
Build Wharves First
First in the order of Operations
is the construction of the wharves.
Citi/eiis of Prince Riip.ii arc
alre.idy familiar with this class oi
work, having seen the construction
of tin- (',. T. P. wharves, and
their   rc-cuiisiruitiim   later   with
creosotttl piles last fall. Operations on the dry-dock will of
course, Ik: more exii-nsivt*, and
the IDOSt up-to-date- methods and
appliances will be used in the
work. After lhe lest piles have
lieen driven, and as siMin as the
materials can Ik- ordered and dt-
(Canaelian Press Despatch)
Henley-on-Thames, July 7.���
There is every prospect that the
Ottawa heat may carry off the
C.raiitl Challenge Cup this year,
though in meeting the Magdalen
College eight in the final tomorrow,
tlie>- will have to meet the acknowledged favorites.
Beat the Belgians
Today the Ottawa eight men
and vanquished the Belgians in
thc semi-final for the trophy,
winning in grand style. Both
crews got off together well, and it
was a neck and neck race- for half
today in Prince Rupert. Using
an incubator by a little careful
attention Mr. Warner is able
to make his poultry farming a
profitable venture. Care and know
leelge as well as patience are necessary, but the result is worth
the trouble.
Just to show what Porcher
Island can do "on its own" without
any cultivation, Mr. Warner
brought over specimens of the
trailing iK-a-vinc with its pretty
purple flowers, which grows wild
to a height of about four feet
over at Goose Bay. A bunch of
many coloreel wild flowers as luxuriant, though different from
those of English meaelows, was
another pleasing part of the Porcher Island consignment, anel in
addition Mr. Warner brought a
couple of samples of Timothy grass
and hay of excellent length and
quality. He has about fifteen
acres of this ready for cutting on
his ranch at present.
a mile, with both crews pulling a
strong stroke. After going half
a mile, the Canadians crawled
up in front of their rivals, and
from iherc to the end, iheir superiority was evident.
Outrowed Them
The Belgians were well beaten,
being outrowed completely by the
Ottawa men, who finished in goinl
condition. There is great interest
in the final, in which the Ottawas
meet the Magdalen College eight.
The latter are a strong crew, and
the betting is principally in their
favor.
IS FOUND GUILTY
THEN INNOCENT
Second Case Does not Nullify
the First -Strange Plight of
Rev. George M. Atlas.
PEERS' WIVES
WANT NO RIV.ALS
Do Not Wish to See Five Hundred Liberal Peers Created
New Force in Politics.
London, July 0.���Il is reported
that the wives of the British
peers are trying hard to induce
their husbands to vote for the
British Parliament bill, liecause
they dread the imminent creation
of several hundred new peers, with
whose wives they would then have
to associate. The loss of file veto
power is less terrible to these
ladies than the idea of recognizing
the "wives of common tradesmen"
as their equals in social rank.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 7.���An interesting
case has arisen in lhe Ontario
courts. Rev. G, M. Atlas, a
PicMayiiViuii missionary, was recently sentenced to seven years
in the *K'iiherniary for perjury
and theft. He was convicted on
the evidence of a Macedonian
who swore that Atlas had bribed
him to commit the perjury'- On
a trial for sulioriiation of perjury,
a second jury has found Atlas
innocent. The man whose testimony sent Atlas to the peni-
tentiary, has been declared untrustworthy by the jury at lhe
second trial.
But thc judgment in the second
case docs not reverse the judgment
in the first case, so Atlas has been
taken liack to the penitentiary.
Mr. Justice Riddell, who heard the
second trial will bring the matter
iK'forc the Minister of Justice, and
ask for a pardon for the prisoner.
They Looked Good
Last night the Baptist Brotherhood, that fine healthy aggregation
of well known young men, had
their pictures taken on the steps
of the Govern men t Buildings.
Do You?
Make your real estate ad SO
definite, so factful, lhat whin
your possible buyer reads il he
will realize that it is a message
FOR  HIM.
, Winnipeg, July 7.���For the first
Um��  in  the  history  of  Canada,
""" arc to be hrtrughl this year
r"in the Pacific coast to help
1  *e gnat  grain  crop of
i!
prairie
provinces,   It is rep-
**������������� lli.it  there- are from six
*Ven thousand men available
"" '!"'  Pacific coast this season
W*nlU,�� *W*k, who would be dad
10 *����. at the harvesting.
J.1"' farmers and millers arc
*''^ >lia. the railways grant
h"""MV   low   rates   and   run   a
�������ters'  excursion   from  Van
couver, similar lo the harvesters'
excursions from Toronto and Niw
Brunswick. No definite arrangement has yet been made but the
railways will consider lhe matter.
Where to Go
FLOWERS AND FRUIT FROM PORCHER ISLAND
Prince Rupert'y Market Garden Snows What it Can  Produce���Rancher Arrives
With Consignment of Chickens, Flowers, Hay Samples and Strawberry Plants
Strawberry Plant Too ilu- result being a splendid mould
In a large flower-pot Mr. War- lit io grow anything
ner   had   a   splendid   Mrawlierry Incubator Chicks
plant i>i bloom, acd with the filiil       Popping their lively little
EMPRESS THEATRE. Second Ave.-
Pictures and Miuic, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC THEATRE,  Third  Ave;
Pictures and aonH��, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveutie;
Pictures snd music, 7.30 p.m.
CALEDONIAN  SOCIETY, organiis-
Uon meeting st Central Hotel. 8 p.m.
With a steam launch laden with
his latest consignment of succulent
garden grown green stuff for the
Prince Rupert market Mr. Walter
Warner arrived from Porcher Is-
land yesterday aftcn-oo i. The
consignment was an interesting
one and included fresh rhubarb,
lettuce, radishes, anew and delicate
variety of silver turnip delirious
in soup, and a crate of thriving
yotUlg chickens. Part of thc
ci nfigi mint was grown by Mr.H.
S. Gilbert on the nex't ranch.
already   forming.      This   be   baa
transplanted (or exhibition.   The
strawla-rries in his garden patch
will ri*K-ii in about a week or ten
days now. By bringing the lettuce
heads over rooted in some of the
loam In which they grew, Mr.
Warner   was   able   to   show   its
PICNIC PARTY AT AYLMER
THROWN INTO THE WATER
Steamboat Wharf Collapsed While Two Hundred Sunday School Picnicers Were on   It���Fifty-three
Were Thrown Into the Water and Injured���One Woman  Drowned
y in tie Heads
up through the wire netting on
the crate which imprisoned them
for lhe journey were some iwo
dozen healthy spring chickens.
Though only hatched this spring
these little chicks were fully Hedged
active  and   bright-eyed  with   red
combs developing fast.  They will
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa,   July   7.���Fifty-three
Sunday School children and teachers were   thrown  struggling  into
thc   river  at   Aylmer   last   night,
when   the   wharf   at   lhat   place
rescued. Many of the unfortu"
Date victims received broken limbs.
ard the doctors arc busy at-
n dlr.g them. The party had
returned from a day's picnic, anil
were waiting for their steamer
gave way with the strain of IWO I when   the   wharf   collapsed.     An
hundred people on it.   Great ex* 1 Investigation is to in- held into the
citeiiicnt prevailed and fears were j matter.
felt that a large number would Ih- I ���
drowned before help Could COtne,    I Indoor Baseball
One woman, Mrs. Davis of Brotnerhood Crescents vs.
Tcebolton, was drowned before Roya, B*ue Ribbons, tonight at
help   could   reach   her,   but   the|the Auditorium, 6th St      Game
quality,    It is manured with sea-1 begin to lay early, and Mr. Warner! remainder,    principally    children I cn\\v,\ at 8.45 sharp.    Admission
weed,  and  lightened  wilh  sand, is able to get a good price for them 1 who clung to the wreckage were* 26c.    Skating after the game. THE   DAILY     NEWS
The kurance People
EVERY CLAMS OF INSl'RAN.'K. GET Ol-K SATM
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
Phon. 160 Third Avenue and Fulton St
who values Buster
indeed, has askexj
to aid in the search
is offering a reward
jtaoaaoaaoocxiocx
WSjss^MBSjsjsjsxa
You'll be Late
******
For the train, boat or that appointment if you haven't the correct time. VY. ;ire official watch
inspectors for the G.T.I'., therefore we keep all the standard
watches. We .lo repairs and
have everything in jewellry.
******
I
jj R. W. Cameron & Co.
���  Cor. tith St. and Second Avenue.
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Mrs.   Fisher
very   highly
Chief Vickeri
for him, and
for his return,   "Buster" is a big
fellow,  black  and  white, and  is
known   by   his   bob-tail,  and   his
gentlemanly goodnature.
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SUCCESSFUL
SURPRISE PARTY
Residence of Major Gibson Invaded by Five and Twenty
Merrymakers. The Major's
Royal Response.
The other, night Mr. Gilbert
Burrowes got up a surprise party
of twenty-five people by telephone,
ar.d made a sudden descent on
[Major Gibson at his residence on
Sea md avenue. Arrangements had
been made carefully before hand by
means of a business appointment
to make sure that the Major
would be in. Though completely
taken by surprise the Major as
usual rose to die occasion magnificently ar.d entertained the company right royally.   In the twink*
u
"The News" Cl-asstfJeti Ads*
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
TIIKY   WILL
S**aM*��.aj*a^S-*B*SJ
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REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
fl
HEBREWS RESENT
MISSIONARIES
Riot and Eight Arrests in Toronto Hebrews Want all Missionaries Kept Away.
Lost and Found       j |
H***l ���!  -a. SJ tm n SB. || ea,!, i,, ,|  a,  |l H   I I ~m I  ~T
July 5.���Eight arrests
as the result of a riot
pies   and   Elizabeth   si reels *~~ ���"������*��
I an assemblage of the Jewish ' j For Rent
ition who rose in arms against fr,.,,...^..^..^^, ,��.
Ton int
were maae
at   Agl
among
popul
the presence on the corner of a
Christian worker who they claim
was sent there for the purpose ol
attacking iheir religion.
The hostilities were healed at
times and the police- at the Agr.es
Btreet station were obliged M Bend
Bj��'^ "^..-a. n^., ^ SaaB-aa****., 'a n a ��� ���
Some Money Found on Second Av*.     Apt'l)' Mr. '
Shrubaall'a Fruit Store.  Fulton Street,   same j
block aa Mack Realty.   If not claimed In t��J
duys money will lar- given to HospiUl.      115-11' j
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and  Preaalnir Coma!
pany.   Men's sulu cleaned anil press..! fl.w.
Ijidies' suits pressed and clesned.   Dr> clean-
ins: a specialty.   Room 13 Westenhaver Block,
phone red 6��. 121-147
LOST-50 price coupona Issued by the P eric
Studio. These coupons will la- sccepted I
presented befora July 3rd SI the Peerlea
Studio, Alder Block. 141-147
J
iu i of an eye, with something like | reinforcement�� on several occasions
: the magic of the Arabian Nights. i,n   l]lose   stali���m.(i   there   i-i   an
Furnished ('���<ttu|Pr��>. tnods>rn conv#nttnc*f*. for
tun.mi?r months. Apply Mrs. Alder. Sni Ave.,
opposite Newa Office. 147*150
Thw-ro..n. flat in WeaUnhovtr .Mock. $25 p��
month; flat in Clapp Bulldinir. $45; other flati
���ml houkwa furniihed and unfurnishtsl. Apply
Westenhaver Urns., phone 1(*0. MWH
Six-roomed House to rent; modern convenience**,
Fruv St. Apply DiUKtor. Cohen & Co.   143-tf
Wanttxl-Rmallhouw. furnished or partly fum-
ished.   State terma tc Box R. Daily Newa*140-tf
Commodious houae, corner 6th Ave. and Thomp-
aon St.. furnished or unfurnished. Phone 21-6
or P.O. Box 1188.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Before You
GET
SICK
OR
BURT
an   impromptu   supper   appeared attempt  to disperse  the angered j sto*. .nd omee. for rent appIvDt. Mcintyr*.' and Heal^Policy-the only substitute
and the claret cup flowed freely. Hebrews.  The rioting commenced I Third Ave -phon' "m !9-
Don't forget to take out sn Accident
th Policy-the only substitute
for wages during disability.     Ask  for
JUST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
SINCEJUR. OPENED
Wonderful Growth of Canada's First Transcontinental
���Great Empire Building Road Now Employs
80,000 Men���Gross   Earnings   Exceed
$104,000,000
BIG "BUSTER"
GONE, MISSING
Well Known Dog Belonging to
Mrs. Fisher has Vanished.
Was Seen with Man who Said
He Had Paid 5100 for Him.
Search is I icing made high ar.d
low not only in Prir.ce Rupert
but by means of the wire in thc
ports north, south, and up-river,
for big, gooel natured, black and
while "Buster" the bob-tailed dog
who has been the faithful companion of his owner Mrs. Fisher both
at Dawson ar.d I'rince Rupert.
"Buster" is very well known all
an.und here, and many friends
of his are helping to trace him.
He disappeared <m Thursday,
and was said to have been seen
that afternoon by a longshoreman
on the wharf. "Buster" was then
with a strange man and the
longshoreman, who knew the dog
well, heard the man mention that
he had just paid 8100 for him.
It is believed that he went away
by ore of  the boats  that   night.
Major   Gibson    surpassed    himself I.,.    7   nVlock    lUld    Was   Continued I Neatly Furnishes! Rooms: gentlemen preferrald.
, , . , . 1 *' Apply Mra. Mullln. ov.r Majestic The.tr*.
as  host,   and   with  music   and at Intervals until almost 10'o'clock us*"
dancing the merriment continued | .1...   .1.     nn|j,...   ila.|   |,i<|.r,(l   in - Phoneiwif you warn to rent a h.vuie. furnished
.,,*���-* ,, ,   I """-" I 0 ,    or unfurnished, corner 6lh Ave snd Thompson
Ulltll  the small  hours.     .Alter sUCll    t>H.    a.||s    t.;K1lt    members,    six    Of      Street.   AH modern convenience..
success, this surprise stunt is liable , ,.i1om Bre rhnnred with heme ilis- Coay furnisi.0.1 rooms.
r . Miioiu are  eii.ntai.i  ttiui  1 <i   1. ttamt. Third Av.i
to happen pretty soon again
BABIES PERISH
FROM THE HEAT
Eiirhth.
i
Help Wanted
nlerly a''d  the two others with
assualting the police.   There were
several renewed outbreaks of the
trouble after  the   Christian  missionary had taken his departure,
the hostilitits being promoted by
Forty-three Infants Die in Tor- i a few of hj8 sympathizers.
noto from Prostration in the      N,r   H;irry Rosenthal. spt-.iking|
Past Three Days. | for the Jews, said  that  the only imiction Cornpa
way  to allay  the  feeling was  to  PorterWemed
(Canadian Press Despatch) withdraw all missions from among
Toronto, July ">.���The wells are'them.
Mra.   Bower. Someraat
enue, between Seventh  and
117-tf
I
Girl wanted. Immediately, for lla-hl housework.
Apply Mrs. 11. Cohan, phoneW 150-lf
Miner. I3.S.I. Murker. tS.tO. wsnted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co.. Goo*, bay. Tak. S.S. Vadso
or Venture. 148-1*
Tva. i-.-.l J..11.... wanted.    Apply Pacific Con.
'..-���I       llT-1.-.'
Apply Talbot Rooma, 2nd Av*.
ue-tf
failing, crops drying up and fruit	
spoiling as the result of the con- SUICIDE SEASON
tinned  heal   throughout  the  Pro- .m   Mil/"A DA
vince.   The temperature is cow AI   FlIAuAIxA
down to 92.   Forty-three children j
have died here from the heat Two Bodies Were Seen Floating
during the past three days. Two Round in the Whirlpool This
babies died on ihe train last night.;    Morning.
Boarders Wanted
1
A few  tmf  homelike  n. ���*.��  cheap  to iteatly
roomer-i.   Kimr Georire 11 ��� ���-���I, 2nd Avenue.
131-li-
+* ���
1
I
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Situations Wanted
1
Later.���Three additional deaths
of   children   were   reported   thi
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Niagara Falls. July 5.���The sui-|
morning directly attributed to the ciele seasonal the Falls was ushered t"~'
heat. i"  today.    Ore body that  of an ; J
position Wanted In real estate office. Small .alary and commission. Fifteen year', .xparlenc
travelling- for a Chicago wholesale a-rocery concern. Best i.f reference. Addr... .nswer lo
J. L. Long. taaVMU* .treet. Kdmontun, Alberta
111.141
' unknown man was recovered and
For Sale j
See the window at the Palace of unavailing efforts made to s-.-cure: n,tor* buying your stov. or Ran** see a. i.
*���    ���*-     '������ 1 1     ���      I 11*1 r*l_ll.��.l     VI.-II.    .I..   -.     I   I'af.k    A. - (*._.L   atraVsa
Sweets for the daily special. Today ;' �����" d which was eddyn g . bout
Chocolate Creams.
in the whirlpool.
liallaml. McBnd. and Fifth Ave.
from III.
Oa>k .love.
129-1 m
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The Continental Trust Company, Limited,
provides safety for valuables in the home
and in the fiffie-e. Its safety deposit vaults
is proof against any form of assault; fire
and thieves art, equally impotent to force
an entrance. Articles left in our vault are
placed where neither moths or rust will
corrupt, nor thieves break through and steal
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
GAS EXPLOSION
IN TORONTO I
First .laas Rnomioir Ileus*, ten rooms, house-
keeplnr .nd .Ina-le. newly furnished. Prlo
Kilo. For tarm. .pply owner on prwni**..
br.-v.-l K'simlns- II. us*. 2nd Ave.        144-tf
Business   Chances
1
Schillers' Restaurant on Bay
Street Wrecked and Two Persons are Seriously Injured.
Gootl money in Movtnc Plctum. Wanted-A
liarty to start m<i\inic i Icture show In I'rlnce
Rupert. Writ'- nn- for particular*. H. Davit.
Watcrtown, Wis. IST-wl
Fire Insurance
 *
ranee ���
a��*B**aa n.nia. M^saJ
TI1K llrin.h Unroll and National Fir. In.urance
Company of l-.n,|. n. F.niland. wllh csplul
of fcl.Va-.issi,si. s.s us for rate*. Th* Mack
Itealtv and Insurance Canpanr. TO-tf
(Can: dian Press D -patch)
Toronto,   July   .V   While   the
employees ol the Gas Company
were looking for ;��� |�� k in Schilhr-.'
restaur.-!' t    on    Baj    -ireet    this
afternoon, a spark from an electric .j���..^,.,^.^..^,.^,
fan igiiud the ga-.   The interior }
of  the   n si aura'i   was  blown   lol J
pieces,    Arthur Br.dy aid  Miss >~^.>.e^e^.   BBassBa-aa-ii-saii^ii^itj
Jessie Cartwright  were probably v..ur-..,.svevs-a.iay.  w. can mii you mi
if..   II.    i i       -ii       r r     i lots for sue a .|��-      I'h.ine 2Un and let us join
|fatally burned,    the front of ihe   f���rc*.. h. f mcr**��co. irs>.itai
three ad job i n IniiMi gs was blown (^������^���������������������������__
into the street,
Real Estate
WE   HAVE
A   COMPLETE   LINE   OE    .SEEKS    WINES
LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
-HERK ARK T1IREK. OF OUR SPECIAL  1.1NES-
BlldWeiSer Beer, We are- sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
fiuarantei'tl to lip 12 years in the wocxl before being bottled
Sole ai'.M.t-. for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Sn
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
Pboa,   No.   7
P.O. Boi 577
~��s
:��*��*amMKIUOtK����KUUU��UUI(HHUKKK��
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $2r,0,000
���OFFER  FOR SALF.���
Townsite. Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AN11 SOLB AQBNTS OF-
Fort George To-wnsite        Massett Townsite
l,KA" "KKj(jg 'Zg^^Z^Lg^-NGT^V^s^l^ B.C.
Local Office: ah.. Bind. Sixth Street
PBsjgjcfjpssanpa^^
Off to the Hills!
But before you go get a pair
of our special prospectors' Boots.
They're just It. Get a pair today,
anyhow.   Scott, Froud & Co,
TO RENT
Comfortable 4-roomeil Cottage  in  nec-
<. (86.00.
3-ioomeil Cabin in section 1, $10.00.
rates and further particulars.
All honest claims positively paid
on tight.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Pattullo Block
We've  just  received  from  Cassidy's,
Montreal, the great glass manufacturers, a big new shipment of
GLASSWARE
���WE   ARE   SELLING   IT   CHEAP���
Here are other goods we have
Furniture Crockery
Stove. GLasswa.ro
Linoleum Lampa
En.melwar. Table Cutlerr
Blinds Baby Buf |i��a
Curtains Screens
Quill. Picture*
Blsvnkels Wa.bing
Mirrors rVUehlne.
Oatermoor Metlre.se.
Every Description of
House     Furniahinga.
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. 61b St. and 2nd Ave.
F.  W.  HART
Twenty-five years ago today
the first transcontinental train of
the Canadian Pacific Railway pulled out from Montreal for the
Pacific coast. It was a memorable
occasion, marking the consummation of the greatest work that
Canada had ever undertaken.
For a country with less than
four millions of people to build a
railway across the North American
continent the first transcontinental
line connecting thc two great
oceans was a remarkable achievement.
A Great Expansion
Wonderful has been the growth
and expansion of Canada's great
national highway during the intervening  quarter  of a  century.
The   company   did   not   merely
remain a common carrier���it became more���a developer and an
empire builder���and so potent a
factor in filling thc wants of others
as well as the vast army of travellers that  both  on  land and sea
the C. P. R. today is a name to
conjure with.   From comparatively
small beginnings, as seen by twentieth century eyes, it has developed
into a world encircling institution
with magnificent  fleets on ocean
anel inland waters���an immigration
agency  thai has  peopled  half a
continent, a forceful factor in the
development of mines and mining
and an   inaugurator of  huge  irrigation works that arc reclaiming
a knigdom.    The company, too,
liesides having extensive car works
at different points where thousands
arc employed in building its rolling
stock, has its own telegraph and
express services that reach everywhere,  and  a   chain   of  palatial
hotels to comfortably house those
who travel.
A Big Increase in Earnings
A few figures will give some idea
of thc greatness of its growth:
Thc total earnings in 1886 were
phone 62
a little over $10,000,000, and the
net earnings less than $4,QOO,000
the surplus after deducting fixed
charges being $635,444, This
year's gross earnings will probably
be over $104,000,000 and thc net
earnings about $37,000,0011. The
mileage was then 4,051 miles; today it is, including controlled lines,
about 15,500 miles. The number
of passengers then carrier I was
1,899,319 and the tons ol freight
aggregated 2,046,195. The ap-
proximate figures for the past
twelve months are over 12,000,000
passengers, and 21,350,000 tons of
freight.
Its Steamship Fleet
In 1886 the C. P. R. fleet con.
sisted of two steamers on the Great
Lakes. Today, it has fleets on
many waters. Its red and white
checkered house flag floats over
16 Atlantic liners, four Pacific
liners, 22 steamers on the Pacific
coast service, five on the Great
Lakes sen-ice, 22 on the inland
waters of British Columbia, and
two in the ferry service on tin-
Detroit river���a total of 71 vessels
���and this number will be increased
by the building of several new
steamships for the ocean service
and by the acquisition of tlu-
Dominion Atlantic railway and
its steamships.
Employs 80,000 Men
In one way only has the ('. P. R,
remained "as it was," and that is
in the retention of the services .>(
officials and employees. li is
practically manned today as it
was manned a Quarter of a century
ago, wilh, of course, the addition
of the many thousands required
by the expansion of the road. The
total number employed now reaches 80,000 ar.d these are stationed
in almost every civilized country
on the face of the earth.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleanera. 'Phone 1
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd At... n.��t to old oaTke of OpUml.l. Mil ,.nl>- .
STOKES* ICE CREAM
11*.i nude In S..IU..   Fruit and Cndr. whol*-
aal. and Retail. Look for flaah alert, al nlfht.
SAM COWEN. Proprl*tor Phon. SMI
ACCUSED   OF   MURDER
Coroner's Jury at Vancouver
Accuse Dad Taylor of Shooting Neil McCutcheon.
S***n�� Land Dislrict -District ol Coast :Un|* t
Tain none. Ihu 1,  Frank  Hicks ol Port K*-
atnfton,   occupation   tn*rch*nt,   intend   lo   apply
lor parmiaaaon. o purchaaa Ihs following dnscnb*.!
Isnds:
1'omm.nriris al a posl plsnud oo  lb. south
bank ol lb. Kichurrsslka  River and about  lour
miles Irom Ita coniluence wllh tba Skc��n.  lllvrr.
la*nc SO chaina  wast,  lti.no BO chains   north.
lra.no  SO chains  aast,   th.no south  SO  chsins
to point ol eomnMDe.sa.nt, contsinlni 640 acre*
mor. or laas.
Dai.d April 21, KU. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April -it.
Skeana Lead Dislrict���Dislrict ol Coast
Take Dolles that William McTavUh ol Vancouver. 11   C. ot.up.lloo physician. Inland, to apply
lor p*nnlBsaoa is purchaa* the tollowtnf deaerbed
lor Dermis
laads:
Vancouver, July 4.���The coroner's jury investigating thc death
of Neil .McCutcheon of Nanaimo
who was found shot to death on
Hastings Beach lasi Saturday, has
returned a verdict of murder against "Dad" Taylor, lhe old man
accused of shooting McCutcheon.
Candy Specials
Tiie candy special today at the
Palace of Sweets, Third avenue, is
fresh made Chocolate ('ruins.
They are delicious.
MISSED  HIS  MONEY
Sum of $21   Disappeared,  and
Man   is   Arrested   Over   It
A man  named  Reddie Mas ar-
restitl this morning on Information
given tin- police by J. Urown who
complains  that   $21  of  his  are
missus under drcumstahces which
hail him to suspect his companion
Reddie. The money was missed
from a room in one o( the down
town hotels. Tomorrow morning
the case will come up In the police
court.
FOR SALE
Lot 4. block 8, sec. fi, $1400, half  cash.
Lots  11   nnil   12.  blocK  28,   section 8,
$��.r)0, half ensh.
laots 21 and 22. block 24, section 8, $600
pair, half i-�� ���'..
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
MpctR in the llflgerson Block.
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
Cornered at Last I
After many weeks of waiting
we have at last received a shipment of toadies' High Boots. Just
you sot- them at Scott, Kroud & Co.
Strawberry Festival
The Presbyterian ladies' Aid
will hold a Strawberry and Candy-
Festival, in the old Church Building on Thursday afternoon and
evening, July 6th. Tea will be
served. 2t
Contract In Force
J. & Weston has commcncetl
his city scavenging contract. He
was awarded the contract on Monday night by the city council. 'He
is having a downtown office fixed
up. which will be ready in a few
days. Meanwhile orders will be
attended to by ringing 'phone 103.
���6t
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Commaneln. al a poat planted al tba aouthwea
, corner, <0 chain, north .nd 40 chain, nn ol Use
I aonbeaat cor oar ol Lot 1116, H.rv.y'. Survey,
! Coaat  District,  Rsngs  6.  tb.no M chain, seat
i Ibenc* SO chains  north,  thsno 60 chaina west,
60 chain* aoutb to post ol comm*oe*m*nl
tonlainlnf >60 scr*s more or Use.
Dated May 1.1(11.    WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Ai.nt
Skwtv. Und District���Dkatrtct ol Coast Rani, i
Take netls. that Urac. McTaslah. ol Vaaeounr,
B. C., occupation married woman. Inland, lo .pply
lor lasrmWjo. to purtba*. th. lollowuif daaxmlssd
lommentlai at a post planted at the eoutbwai
comer 100 chains mm aad 20 ehalna north ol
th. nonh**sl earner of Lol 1116, Ilu**-/'. Surrey
Coast District, Han,a b, thene. 40 chslns >a*t
ihsao SO ch.ln. north, lh.no 40 ehalna eel,
lh.no SO ch.in* eouth to poet el eommeneem.nt
eonlalnlnf 120 acres mor* or lea*. 	
Dsled Msy 2. mi. liltACK McTAVlSH
Pub. May 4. Fred W. lionise. Ai.nl
Skeana Laad DUtrlct-Dislrict ol Caaalar
Take noiio that 1, Jama. Dunlop ol Prlne.
Rupert,   11    C,  oerupatton  teamater,  Intend   to
apply  (or permission  to  purchase tba  following
descrllasd lands:
Commencing at a poet planted about two miles
soulh ol the lorka ol the Whit, and Flat rivera,
thine, north SO chslns. tbenee weat SO cbsins,
ttwno Mulh SO eh.In., thene. eaat 10 ehalna.
Dated April IS, ISII. JAMES 11UNL01'
Pub. Ms, II. Fruets S. Praaton. Agent
Skeeaa Land Durukct -DUtrlel ol Casslsr
Taka  notice tbat   I,   Mary  Carlo  ol  Stewart,
B. C, occupation married woman. Inlend to apply
lor petmlselnn te purchas. the lollowlng dasrwlhsd
lead:
Commencing at a poet planted two (2) miles
'   i> two mU*�� w**t ol the lorka ol th.
White aad rial riven, tbenos SO ehsins north.
eouth aad 121 two nil
I TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANTl
AD. WAY OF FINDING      I
J. P. CADE, N. O.
H. H. MORTON, gee.
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones Be, Ice Cream
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 16c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c pint, 50c quart���
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druggist,
Phone 82.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES'IN THE
NEWS
thsno 80 ehalna weat, tbenee
thenoa SO ehalna eaat.
Dated April 20,1*11. MARY CARIN
Pub. May It. Fr.nci. 8. Preston. Ag.nt
Skeana Und District-  lllstrin ol Coaat
Taka  notio thu  1.   William   Melvill*  Corley
ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   oeeupstlon   clerk,   Intend
to .pply lor permissloB lo purchas. the lollowing
deasrltiid Unds:
Commsnclng at a post plsnted st ths northwest
corner ol Lot SOUS Hang 6, CoMt Disuict, th.no
eaat SO ch.ln., tbence north 40 chains, thenee west
to chsin. lo Hell'. U.t. .lough, tbenee along
alough aoutherly to point ol aommsnoment, conUining 160 acre, more or less.
Dated April 6, 1*11.
William   mklvillk corley
Pub. April 2*.
Skeena Land Dlslrirt -District of Coast Rang, i
- las notio lhat I, Lionel Klngtlsy ol V
11.  C, ooeupeuon miner,  Intend  to
Take notio tbat I, Lionel Kingtlsy ol Vsneou-
occupation  miner,  Intend  te
lor'pannlsalon to purehaea ths loUowing dseerllied
land."
Commencing at a post plsnted near tha smith-
oIJ/H 9112, Rang* I, Coast   District
Iheno west  40 chain.,  thene. Kuth  60 chslns,
*���**, corns* i
o  apply
IbbctU   ���
-. anil...
nga 6, Coast   DUtriet
sno Kuth 60 chains,
theno esst 40 chains, thsnea north 60 ehslns to
Kant ol eommeneernent.      .������_
steH M*reh2t, 1911.       LIONEL KINOSLEY
I'ub. April ��S.
Hllkln. Uad DUtriet .District of Caaaiar
Take noUee that Ckristlan A. T<r*o ol Sllkln*,
B. C, oeeupaUon euslomi otllc*.. Intends to spply
tor permission to purchase ths lollowlng deeerlbsd
usbJT
Commencing at a poat planted about three*
querter. ot a mil. north east (rom ulKler Run.
and oa tbe eaat bank of Stikine River and nn tb.
aouth aide of Ike mouth M a UtUa creek, thsno
eaat 40 ehslns, Ihenee north 40 cbaina, thene.
treat 40 ehslns. th.no enuth 40 chains to point
ol eonunivnoment and eonUlnlng 160 acres mors
Dated fob. 10, 1*11.
I*al>. ApiS 1.
CHRISTIAN A, TERVO
Skona Und District���DUtrlct ol Cosst IUn(.
Take notice that Mary Beaton UUdersiceve ol
Victoria, B. C occupation housekeeper, wi.-r.dr
to spply lor permtasion lo purchsss inc lollosinc
described land.:
Cemmenrint at a post planted at lb. soulhanl
corner ol Ut 996. Rang* 6. Coast DUtrlcl.thrncs
SO chslns south tbenos 40 cbsins ssat, thenre HI
chslns north, tbenos 40 chslns west to poinl ol
ommsneement, containing S20 acros more or ims.
MARY BEATON OlLDEllSLthM.
Dated AprU 17,1911.
Pub. May S.
Skaeru Und District���DUuict ol Coast
Tak. notio that Fred W. Uohler ol KlUvim-
kalura, occupation termer, Intends lo apply for
permiaalon   lo   purchsss   lbs   lollowing   d."v-ri...-l
Commendni .t a poat plantel .1 lh* north-
east oorner ol A. MsUoi'a preemption, therior
20 chain, aouth, thenca 10 chains oast, Ihence .���>
chaina north, thsnos 10 ehalna weal to post "i
comraeraoaoiaant containing 20 acres mors or ['���������
Dated April 10. MU. FHlBDRICH VY. H-IIU-I'!
Pub. April 22. Fred H.mpton. Agsnt
I
Skeana Und Dl*rict-Dk��rlct ol Coasi liar.'* I
T.k. notice lhat I, BeU HaU Kenne, st Isf
mouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married autiiio.
Inland to apply lor permission lo purchas.- i��
lollowlng described lands: .
t'omm*nclng at a post plsnted st north S*��
oorner ol T. L Ul SSo28, Ibeno running **��� �����
eh.lns. Ibence north 80 cbsins, Ihsnce east i��
ehslns, thence south SO chain, lo pl.re ol ">">
rn.nornenl containing 320 acres ��������"''*!":
My post U on south eait oorn.r ol land s|i|.iw
lor, marked Liter* 8. E.. about one mile ���� ��
Ua. Uk.lse, south sld. ol Sheen, over Di'inrt
ol Cosst Hang. b.
Dated AprU 29, 1*11.
Pub. May 18.
BELL HALL awSNNM
John llav.rty. Agant
Skeana Und Diatrict-DUtrlct ot Coast BsajM
Tsks note* thst I, John Ivsn F��ri��rso. 11 nea
Rupert, B. C. occupat oo rlerk. niend i._���" '
lor Remission to purchsss th. lollowlng ucwi.l-*
soda:
Comra.ndnt at a post Plsnlad sboul ihw as
on.-hsll miles dUtsnt n a aoulh westerly ,1 rec
Irom ��� bUnd .lough (rom Obs.rv.tory I"1"* ���
th. Mm. touch, lb. lndisn Keserve, thine.
wm SO chaina, thsnee north 80 chains. ���*���*���
��.t 80 cbaina. thsno wulb 80 chslns to polrij
commencement, containing 6401 acresi mor or i
Dated April 14,1911. eOBBflVAH PBTSate
rub. May M.
Skeana Und Dlatrtet-Dlatrict ol Cos* "��"-����� *(
Tsk.  notlc.   th.t 1. J. Urne   M"c'-'r'" nl
Prlne. Ruoert, B.C., occupation re.l '"��'"".���,
Intend* to apply for permiaalon to pun-nss.
followlna- described lands: .     .���,
Commendne at a post pl.nWsl eO'*1"'^      ���f
���nd do chain, .outh of th. nouthwest corn
lot 1733, vicinity of Ukela. Uke, and ma. *     j,
L. MacUren's nortwMt corner, th... ���  "�����   ���
chains, thenc. aouth 40 chains, theme ��
chain., ih.ncennrth 40 ch.ln. to P'linl -
mencement. ���^MnpSfilV
' Geo. R. Putnsm. An.'-'
Date May 81. Mil
Pub. June 16. Mil
Skeen. Und District-District of Cos.l lit"""5
Coaat Diatrict     T) (-.
Tak. notice th.t Wm. Uslleu' Sapper t^
occupation Oov.rnm.nl Ou.rd. Intends i||h
for permission lo purchase Ihe followinK "'
ed lends: ,        , ,_ ���L���in, well
Commencing at a poat planted *��,'"'''",(let
���nd 1211 chaina aouth of the southwest ivrn
No 1733. rang. 6 cosst dlstrlct.msrkeil vv in    fj-1
N.W. corner, thence soulh 40 chsin., tli""'    . s>
SO chains, thence north 40 chains, thence ;|_���
chains to post of commencement, contan
acre*i more or leas. . ������,,..
WM. LESLU.
T. D. Laird, Attcnt
Dated V rrh2nih.Mll
Pub. April 29th. MU
Skoena Und Dlatrtrrt--l^*l��"'^"liami
Take notio that'I, Allred Berryman ��'     ,
ol  Prlne.  Rutssrt, B. C. occupsllon  it;       tM
Inlend to spply lor permUsion to purehae-
lollowlng deerrihed l.nda: .     . (��. 1.0
Commencing at a port plsntedUWf���,S Flat
miles south o? the lorks ol ths Wlilt* ����� LjaW
riv.r*. th*no 80 .halna aoutb, thsne. ^ |ih���...
theno 80 chain, north, th.nn
ALPRED BERRYMAN
Dated April 18, MU.
Feb. May M.
FrancU S. Prea��0��'
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tMmil0mtM*trm*i*a*y***
This is a little Bectiqn of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
DAINTY SUMMER DRESS
WE - HAVE ��� FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be*
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly  lurniahrd and
Steam Heated Rooms
A FIRST  CLASS BAB   AND  DINING
HOOM IN CONNECTION
KATES 50 CENTS AND UP
IIATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central ^; ^-s*::;
Europoan nntl American plan, ..team
hflastnli modern convenience*. Kal**��
Il.im tu -J GOjmm il.iv.        :
Proprietor
Peter Black
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch and Mcnls at nil hours; Lunch 15c,
Meals a!f>c up���Como and See
VOU CAN CKT A :'.,rAIir. MEAt. any timr
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Ladysmith
w      '' Coal
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J BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
and POOL
* I Alloys. 7 Tables.    A uooil excr-
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��� Htemoori,     Newman Block, bc-
B twcen tith nnrl 7lh St..
aj  "in MoiimaoN,    Proprietor and Manager
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EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Giand Hotel Fret Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks * waiters
====E.   EBY   CH,   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitaumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prince  Kupert Lodge, No. 318. Sons of
England, meets thc drat and third Tuesdays In
-sen month in the Carpenters Hall, at S p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Bee .
P. 0. Box 812. Prince Kupert
Spiting Himself
Thc merchants who postpone
adequate advertising until they
"can sec their way clear" as to
affording it���never are ahle io
"afford i.!"
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Contract in Force
J. G. Weston has commenced
his city scavenging contract. H.1
was awarded the contract on Monday night by the city council. He-
is having a downtown office fixed
up. which will be ready in a few
days. Meanwhile orders will be
attended to bv ringing 'phone 103.
-r6t
Land Registry Office
Re Lots 10, 64 and 171, Range 4,
Coaat District
Whereas proof of loss of Certldcste of Title
No. 15336C to the above named property. Issued
In the nam. of th. C.n.dl.n Paclltc Sulphite
Company, Limited, has been filed In thia office,
notice Is hereby given thst I shall at the expiration of one month from the first publication hereof Issue a dupllcste of th* said Certificate of
Title unless In the m.sntlme vslld objection be
made to me In writing.
Dated at the Land Reglitry Office at Prince
Rupert. B.C.. thia 20th day of June. Hit.
WM. E. BURKITT.
District Reglatrar of Titles
of   pudding  when   ilu
hottest.
Strawberry Ice Cream.���Mash 1
quart strawberries, and add to
plain ice cream when it is nearly
solid. Beat vigorously for a minute
or two after adding the fruit. The
founelation for any fruit-cream
may be 1 quart rich milk and a
pint of cream, sweetened rather
more than for plain ice cream.
A Simple Ice (ream.���To 1
pint rich cream and 1 pint milk,
allow a scanty cup sugar, the white
of 1 egg and a tablespoonful
vanilla extract. Scald the- milk
anel cream, stir in the sugar, and
set away to cool. When cold, add
the vanilla and pour into the
freezer. Add the Wcll-bcalen while
of the egg and freeze.
One of the pretty styles of the
season is the white linen dress,
made with a simple collar anel
cuffs of some dainty color. A
little dress designed in this way
is illustrated in the sketch, and
shows a development of white
linen with collar and cuffs of green
linen overlaid with a heavy white
linen lace. Thc effect is unusually dainty, and the idea would
develop in any number of color
combinations. A hat faced with
the color introduced in the dress
and a girdle also of the same tint
would prove effective.
days
IF YOU LIKE MUSHROOMS
Cut Out and Keep This List of
Ways to Cook Them
LINEN COSTUMES
Summer Fashions in Cool and
Pretty Materials
A suit that is very effective, bui
which every woman cannot wear,
is one of grey, or grey and white
striped crash. White linen is of
course always used, though it
soils very easily, and there has
lieen this season quite a revival of
pique in white and in plain colors.
Prime favorite, however, is the-
suit of de-ep tan linen, the reason
being that it suits nearly every
face and figure. Even if the color
lie not exactly In-coming to one's
complexion, it can lie easily offset
by a collar bow of reel, black or
king's blue. The tan suits arc
shown practically all made ac-
coreling to the same patterns. The
skirts are moderately narrow, with
a three-inch hem finished with a
row of stitching. The waist line
is extended slightly above the
normal, and the place of fastening
is usually the left front, tan or
pearl buttons being used. One-
may have white buttons if one
cares for the contrast. The coat
is made a little looser about the
hips than we have seen for some
time, the line's, however, being
perfectly straight. Some of the
coats are finishcel smartly with a
two-inch patent leather belt, which
runs through a small strap in the
middle of the Iwick, and finishes
in front with a plain large buckle.
Ice Cream
Try ice cream with cake instead
Mushrooms Stewed���Peel and
trim a pint of small mushrooms,
pour a pint of fresh milk into a
saucepan, add a tablespoonful of
butler, a little pepper and salt,
and the mushrooms. Boil gently
10 minutes, then add half a cupful
of rich cream. Serve on buttered
toast.
Mushrooms an Parmesan���Peel
and trim the mushrooms, and soak
them for about an hour in oil,
lemon juice, salt and pepper, then
flour them and broil a little. I lave
ready a nicely flavored white sauce,
pour this over them, sprinkle
thickly with grated Parmesan cheese and brown in the oven; serve
very hot.
Mushroom Salad���Chop the mushrooms into dice and put them
into a saucc'ian with a little butter
and two slices of peeled lemon
let them simmer in this until done
then set them aside to cool. Serve
with a mayonnaise dressing and
saltines.
Mushroom Patties���Make thc
shells of puff pa-istc in the regular
way. For the filling, cut raw
mushrooms into squares, fry them
in butter, add a little cream
thicken with the yolk of an egg
season and add a little minced
parsley.
Mushroom--and Eggs���Peel, and
mince them fine, cook in rich
gravy until well flavored and thick,
then add five eggs well beaten
stirring all the time, sej'son with
pepper and salt and serve on fried
bread.
Mushrooms a la Bourgcoise���
Peel and trim some nice firm mushrooms, place a few slices of nicely
streaked  bacon  on  the fire  in  a
SPECIAL
TOMORROW
Fresh Strawberries
..and Other Fruits..
..Fresh Vegetables..
FROM VAS1I0N ISLAND
���Coming on ���
S. S.  State  of  California
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ele., me
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has It
���-*-*-*���*-*���
tFRED. STORK I
,v Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
I Graniteware      Tinware ��y
-General Hardware���
Builders' Hardware I
1 SECOND - AVENUE
P. O. BOX 2.1 PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WM. POXON, ESQ., A.ll..\.M.."l ON.. F.NI1
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
���1Q CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone 68.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tallies SECOND AVE.
Fruit   :   Produce        Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
TT
TEMS  OF
T
1.
SPORT!
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER & EMIIALMER
STOCK COalH.KTK
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ami. I MliAl.MI.HS
Funeral  Directors
3rd Ave. near (ith St. Phone No. 86
*************************
w. j. McCutcheon j
Carrie, complate stock of Drusra.   Special   ,
attention paid to fllllnit prescription*.
! i Theatre Block phone no. 79 Second Are. '.
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
New Groceries
New Provision.
Ideal Provision House
Third A��e.. near ��lh St.
Phone 190
saucepan, when it begins to crisp
add the mushrooms, a few sprigs
of parsley, a te-aspoonfitl of Hour,
a cupful of stock and a dash of
cayenne.    Let  them  stew very
gently until the sauce becomes
thick and creamy, then add a little
lemon juice and pour over squares
of frictl bread. Serve very hot.���
Good Housekeeping Magazine.
The Leafs appear to have been
well pleased with their recent
toboggan ride. They are back
on it again. Let all hands hope
that the slide will not be so long
or so sleep.
r$j  $   $
Five pitchers and three in fielders
have been added to the St. Thomas
team of the Canadian League.
The men were dug up by Smith,
the scout of the Railroad City
team, who was formerly a Canadian League umpire.
1{|    t&    S3
"Andy" Coakley, formerly of
the pitching staff of the Philadelphia Athletics, and who was recently reinstated after being debarred from major league ba:
has signed to play with the New
York Americans.
-**    B*f    (Q)
Charley Arbogast, who caught
for Seattle in 1907 and 1(108, is a
new member of the Omaha club
of the Western league. Charley-
has been a member of the Columbus
American Association club.
a si a
Harry Lombard is hard after
Lauder and is making the Calgary-
boy many tempting offers to meet
him in Kemie or Cranbrook. No
doubt Billy will take Harry on
when the time comes. Lauder
has met him several times and
always had the best of the Chi-
cagoan.
a a a
Brandon is disappointing the
fans terribly. It is pretty nearly
���time that Brandon got wise to the
value or lack of value of Bill
Morrow, who says more anel does
less than any other man on the
circuit. Under aay other man, the
Brandon team should be making
good. With Bill Morrow in command, it will continue to be very
much of a bluff.
"5> r3 it
"Do you like grape fruit?" a
baseball reporter asked I^irry La-
joie, who seldom talks to news*
papermen. "I don't know," was
the characteristic reply. "Ask
Manager McGuire."
a a a
Although Mcdraw's New York
Giants have a leatl of only one
game in a season which is less
than one-third over the scrappy
manager now declares his bunch
will win the flag. "We ha\e them
all beaten when it comes to stick
work." he said. "In base running
WC are also easily the best team
in the league, which I consider
to lie one of the most valuable
assets the team has. The records
will show that the Giants have
stolen almost twice as many bases
this year as any other team in the
league."
a a a
Taken all around, the Islanders
seem to be in better shape at
present than they have been for
some time. With IleVogt and
Dashwood both filling the position
behind the bat in fine style, and
Ward on first, there are only two
noticeable weak spots on the team,
at short and in left field. It must
be said on (Cellar's behalf, however, that his fielding has been
neater and snappier lately than
it has been for some time but his
stick work is si ill weak.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursduys   and  Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special  fare  on  Sunday
hoat,   $9.50 return  including- meals
and berth.
as. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simp-
Bon,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Qui'en Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays und 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 Bervice 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 lineB. 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
S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE
Tuesday, July 11th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McN.b
General Agenl
Tickets  To   All   Points
- BY ALL LINES���
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S. INLANDER
a  a a FOR a  . a
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenjc and Third street
Over Wcstenhsver Bros.' Office.
Very Essential
Your "store news" should be
scrvcel to your patrons, and to
your possible patrons, as promptly
and as satisfactorily as you would
make deliveries of goods.
MUNRO  A   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- a run mis
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 851
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, HA
of British Columbia ,,f B.C. Ontario, See-
end Manitoba Bare. salchewsn and Al
berta Bara.
CARSS A BENNETT-
BARRISTERS, Notaries, Etc.
Office���Exchange hlra-V. corner Third avenue and
Slxlh street, Princ* RuoerL I
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., D.D.8.
Dentist.
Crown and Rridge Work a Specialty.
All dental nperstlons akllfullf treated.  Gas and
local anesthetics administered for th* tieinle** ea-
traction of teeth.      Consultation free.     Office*:
llsleerson Block. Pnnce Kupert. 11-11
Read The Daily News
Alex.M.Manson S.A..      .V I   William..fi A . I   I   1,
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
...ASK UNCLE JERRY...
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^JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your Properties with Uncle Jerry
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lnkclsc I.iiihIh
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Mnrble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
fe*;.��S.:3��^^ THE    DAILY    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The ^Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $6.00 per year, in advance. I {Jsteu Uarej is. ikil
Weekly, $2.00 per year.   Outside Canada-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly,  1-w.wu.s.
$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVBRTD3ING-60 cents per inch.    Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Thirl Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
LAND   PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skeens Lsnd District���District ol Coast BSBS* ���
Isss notion in.t Alesan.lt.- Mclntoso ol   ��*n
Cosst Kange 6 Land 1 -i.---.-ict
Tax.  notice  mat   1,  j..i.:i   i:., ....-;.   of   Kit
siuukaJum,  occupstlon  Isrmer,  m-.enJ  to  spplv   K--~ -JJ���7. '"l)^""JSS"''Z"muM   ��rok.r
, lur par^i-ivin to pui-cna* in. ..attest deacriu*! , ������   �� ^���ffp^fiTUl^uW* lb.
"*nV��^��.."�� p�� *�����*�� i*um*mm ! ^XZ^X?**'^ to ^. ��.��J
tun...- ul Lol ...-.%.. tnenca eaal io .:.*.:..-, Uioncs
BOUUi    IV    C^avl.'.S,    UlunCU    Wttsl   80    Cl.BuS,    U.-'I.C.
nonn lu cnsiiis lo place 01 eoinmencumsnl.
JUI1N HEPBLUN
Irom th. southwost corner ol Lol IM, tr.��ne*
chains soulh,  thence  IU  ehslrJ B*at, th.nee  to
t cnsins north,  thence 40 chsins tilt I" r-"Bl "
i commencem.nl containing Sio acres mor. or leas.
j Osted AprU IT, lull. ._������..,
L.. J ALEXANDtll MdOTOSH
! Pub. May 6
Telephone 98.
New York-National Newipspsr Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle   Puget Sound News Co.
London, ENOL ind -The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
"The news-paper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven tfjilty; should be the frienJ. not the enemy of the
general public; tha defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it Were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Skw.-.sLsnl butrut-Duirict ol e'aaaiar
Tans Lut.c* tr-ai  1,  I'erry  v,ua*r.ari ol  I'rince i
ilLperl.  B.  Ca,  txcup.tlon i.rv*.p.-cwr, lr.ter.4  to
apply   lor   pa-.-.-i-UBiun   tu   pure!.**.   IL*  (oUusing |
OaaaO.-.   a   ���  .SOll.
1     eomri.er.cmir at s post plsr.
ol Ooo* Ua>. aovot lUTar-tigliu. ����� * """��� ���"����. I dasx-riusl lands'
ol  Hal n-viiir, ol Ita, Uonar... i��, ��J��,��*S       Comm.nc.ng  si  I  post  plsntei or.  lee  rtgbt
on  im IB-atari)   boundary  ol   totjl  Umlt  No.   h    k    , ��� �� ��������%*? Ste, ml:���, ,bov.
I IM) o, No. *t**k ���������������MiCham. ��iong ! lh, tmkt Z&Tjffi*^*, Z& K et**..
n< ssiieri/ l-.-"..'. o: ssiJ limiA.-r u.nii .vo. 00.01 . chsins. thenc north 10 ehalna,
��sS aaaTsUSS olTcrtL'"..^ "oV S�� j "    "J ��".���� ����<��� M^ol Co,
tsstMH r.��n.ier.j   .uung tbe iiiora ul ijoossb Is ay '
��| tVlMlM li-vsTr  Of tMsV   ���,;..:..-    v-.t-.uriy *U cl^uu I
muf�� ur .eas lu B*attt il OtsflUBsstMs>nMsi containing .
VmSZmT'mt:        PEiiiiY queesa.s
Pub. Apri. 1
Daily Edition.
Friday, July 7
THE NEWSPAPER AND THE HOME
Skeen. Land DUtrict���Di��in�� ot Casalsr        '
.'ak��  nutice that  I,  p.rcy  Franca liod.-nrain
,-Atsjd In tbe vicinity '. "' *""**. "��� �� occupation |ourr.sii��  lateM *��
; ihenc. eaal so ch.ins to poln
1 containing till) acres mora or haw.
PEUCY FRANCIS liODt.MUTH
Dated Msrc   2i, 11,11.  Frank Sidnsy V,rij6i. AP
I'uh. May 17.
Skesna Land Dlatriet-Diilrict ol e assist
Tsks   notice   that   1,   John   Cubic  of   Irlnw
i Ruperl b. C. occupation labor, r. labM l IJ .|'P|>
aksen. Lsnu a'a'jlct ��� Dulrlcl ol vjjeoo Charlutt*   lor permission to purchsss the teasa-m** Jescrioea
'laae   i.o-.ice   mat   lieori;*   Iruavsil   oi   Prince   laniia;
nupvr-.. b. L.. occopatioii butcn.r. intenus to spply       Commencing at a post plsr.lei sbo-t <���' '*'��
lur |a**a*a***n lo porcnaae tbe loi,o��ing ueacnoM : muM ^uu, 0J lna (orK, o( lBt Wane and  rial
lantisi rivers,  thence  south  bO ehai.is. tn.r.c esst   su
e,om.-^.nc.'.w   st   a post   blsnu-d  sboul  aev.n I chains, thenca north 80 eh*i.-.��. tbenc* ���*�����* hu
uUea vveat UBl l*'o mi.es aoulu ol Ibe n.ouln ol   cbsins.  ,_��� '
Lreea   abers   il   smp'.ie*    into   .Saden j uated April 18, 1811.
.;..-:--   OrBLBm lalaiid, ihenc* so cnains aouth,
ihsnce oo ehaual ��eat, thsnee su cnsins north,
tnsnos so c.'.B.is eut lo point u[   ���.....- -i   .
and cocl*in.r.�� olu acres mor. <��I��bs.    ���___. ,
usual iiarci. .', lull        utullot Ull^/LLL
Pub. April 7. .SU.1.B llemers. Ag��nl
I'ub. Msy 13.
Franc, 9. Pres-on. Asrsnl
Skeena Land Distilet���Dutrict ol Coast
Take nolice tbat Hutne babmrfton ol  I r.nce
lluperl, li. C, occupation raaater rr.srlr.ar, intends
to  spply lor  permission  to leaaa tba loi.OB.af
described lands:
A youi g English mining engineer who recently completed a
survey of the mineral districts of the Pacific coast from Peru to the
head ol the- Portland Canal, ihus having excellent opportunities for
observing the- social life- of the peoples among whom he lived, Iuit-
given expression to hi- observations in a book.
He saw much to comment on, and much to admire in every
nation. But. he says, he ne-wr realised before how different the social
lift- and ideal- "f two neighbouring nations can be till he reached
British Columbia and read its newspapers. In very warm words
he praised the standard of the British Columbian press in refraining
from the sensational, crime-parading and private-life-investigating
method- of th,- press in the coast cities to the south of the international
boundary,
The praise is gratifying, for however much abused the Canadian
press may be, then- i- ;i M-rimis effort made- to keep close to facts, to
discriminate between what is public and what is private in a man's
life, and to present the news of the day in as orderly and we-11-selected
manner a�� possible.
Not long ngo, the newspapers of one big Canadian city, entered
into an agreement not to divulge the past history of a notorious criminal.
Tin- object of the conspiracy was to save a young woman ��\'th a
brilliant career before her, from ever learning that the man was her
father. She was happy in the belief that her father, whom -he had
never known, had died when she was an infant.
The secret is one that was confined to a detective chief, four
newspaper editors, the girl's mother and the- unfortunate man. All
entered into a conspiracy of silence���and sacrificed a day's sensation
for the sake of a young girl's lifetime of happiness. Any experienced
newspaperman could multiply instances where, sometimes to Bavt
the feeling- of iruiocent relatives, al other times to prevent the public
mind from being needlessly outraged, stories have been emasculated
of gru��-somc ir.d horrifying details. Always an effort is made- in the
best newspaper offices to produce a paper that may Im- read aloud
in the hoint;. r
These- observations are stimulated by the scanning of the from
page of the "Home Edition" ol a well-known Seattle paper. The items
which in the opinion of the Seattle editors are especially suitable for
fireside reading, are of a rather startling character.
On the front page, just underneath the two big captions which
proclaim the particular edition to be the "Home Edition" is a row of
black letters two inches deep, telling of a suicide. The right hand
column i- devoted to the story of the suicide. "Kind body in club
room" are the main head lines.
The left hand column i- topped with a story "Stab man on Street"
telling how half an hour after he had givei evidence against gamblers
Joe Pan was Btabbed in the neck and left breast by a stillctto in the
hands of Joe Bi/zari. Next to il is i two column story of the Groh
murder case, with pictures of the murdered ma is wife, ar.d the alleged
murderer. The principal story, which is given a three column space-
is entitled  "Alleged  badger girl breaks rlown in court."    The story
deals without any restraint, with the doings of a group of underworld
denizens. Then- are pictures "f ihe girl, her husband, the victim,
and other principals in the alleged badger game.
Other stories on the front page, which according to the editors
.in- specially suited for "home" reading tell of a fight and robbery
in .1 lodging house, elopement and subsequent drowning of a young
hospital nurs.- .-.*,.] her lover; the details of the pursuit ol a band of
bank robbers in the Sierra- who wi-ri out dynamiting country b.i|iks;
the |Kiis.,niiig of fifty children al a Sunday School picnic; an alleged
attempt by a United States senator to corrupt voters with money
bribes, and thc story -il a degenerate or lunatic, who under the guise
ol n ligious leaching had debauched a number of young girls.
No reasonable person expects thai a newspaper which purports
to give the news of the world ran succeed in the guise of a Sunday
School leaflet. Neither is then- any sol'd argument for that "mirror
of normal life" ideal thai some theorists hold for the press. It is the
abnormal, nol thc normal that is "news." That a saw mill is sawing
logs is not news, though ii is (he normal function of a saw mill to
saw logs. A saw mill on fire is news because being on fire is not the
normal function of a saw mill. That a bunk cashier is at his disk
paying out checks every day is not news. That is his normal work.
But if he skips out of town with a portion of the bank's funds, it is news,
because it is an unusual or abnormal proceeding to do so.
The recording of criminal deeds must always be a large portion
of a newspaper's work, for people are interested in learning of unusual happenings.    But cannot our contemporary across   the   border
find a more palatablefeast for   home   consumption   than   such    a
highly  seasoned   dish   of horrors.
.anas.
Commencing al a post plsnted sboul seven
mi.es seal and two roues south ol the mouir. ol
-���.*...i. - .������-. abent it empties into Isadsc
Harbor, e,ranam Island, ibenc* ou cbains aoulh,
usance so coains east, thsne ou chains nurlb.
inane, ao chsina Beat to point ol cotcmenceinenl
sod cur.:aniei( blvl acrea more or loss.
Dated ilarcn 17, UU. FllANK LL\ li_k
Pun. April 7. Numa Demera, Ag.t.
-keen. Land Disuict���Disuict ol Cos.!
las. nuuee thai i,....:. McAnnur I Vai.ouuvar,
11. C, occupatioa re-vi eatste sgent ihumts to
apply lor permisaiun to purchaau lb* loUoBHag
escribed lauds:
Commsncng al a post planted ��u chsins vs.st
and eu cnains soulb ol ln�� aouihvvesi corner ol
Lot Na r.o.i marked eiienn McAnbur's north-
.est corner. Ibence -ou-.r. 4u claim, Ihence taaal
su cbsins, ihence nurth lu chsina, theoce vsuai
ou cbains to pon ol coii.inencemtt.t, containing
iio acrss more or less.
ii-Hd March io, .:-... i,I.I..V\  McAltllil.it
I'ub. April 16. T. D, Laird. Agent
skesna Land Diatrict���Dislr.cl ol Uueen Cbarlulte
isse nvXlos Ihsl i:...". O. Crew ol i'rinc*
Rupert, li. C, occupsllon agent, inlands tu appi)
lor pern.tea.on to purcl.ass to* luUuBing deacnuvd
lanos:
Commehcing at a post planted about tl 1.2
rules west and bail a mus souin ol lb* muath ot
nurUsy Crees wber* ll empties lino .Naden
Uarbor, liraham ls.snd, thence east 10 cbaina.
msnee north ��u chains, theoce ����sl -lu cnsins,
tn.r.c* soulb 4u chsins lo point ol comm*nc*n.ent
.nd containing l'.u acres mors or Ism.
Dsted March 17, lull. Iii l l.i. i  O. C HEW
Pub. April 7. Nvuna D��m*rs, Agsnt
Skeens Lan IDuu.ct -Listn.-l ol tavtaen Chart ot
Taka notice that Catherine Harrison, ol Cslgar
Alberta,   occupsllon   .;.i:j'..-r,   intends   lu   apply,
lor perniiamion lu purchase tne luuu.ing descnueu
lands:
Comm.hCing al a posl plsnu-l sbuul b l-i
miles vvbbi ar.d halt s uiue south Irom the rnculb
ol Mshlev creek, where il empti-a into Nadun
Harbor, oranam laland, ibenc* lu cbaina -ouib
tbenee ao cnains sast. lhei.ee lu chai.-,. torn..
lhci.ee lu chaina Best lo pjn.l ol conin.encni.nl
��hd containing luu acrea more or less.
Dated Marcb 17, lull.
i .\i ui.i.;.-.i. HAltlil.soN
Pub Apr. 7. Numa Derners, Ager.l
ng shore U ���
ihence west 00 cbains more or I.*., to lioaes .'.s. .
thence lull chslns along shore, thenc. sast ou
chslns mors or lea. to post, containing 610 acres
mors or leas. ..*�����va
Dated Msrch 8, 1SU. HUME BABISCTON
Pub. AprU IS.
Skeena Land Dislrict���District ol Laaaiar
Tska  nouoa   that   1,   Charles  M.   Knouse  o
Prince Kupert, li. C, occupation tartnsr. inlend
to spply (or permlasion to porches* tbs lollueing
described lsnd.: .
Commencing at a poat plsnta-1 .bout .1* Ihre*
miles soulh snd 12 1 two rnlirs -��� >'��� ol th* lor^a ol
Whits ri����r and Flat river, th*nc* aouth ��0 cbaina,
thenc. seal so chains, tb.be. north eo chains,
tbenc sast bU chains.  ��������*��
Dsled April 20. mi.     CHAivLt-. It, KNOLSt
I'ub. May Id. Francis b. Preston. Agsnl
Skesns Land DUlrict���Disuict o Cout Rsngs 6
Tske not ce tbst Mordock MclU.ul Vsncou��e-
U. C, oceupsUun real eaute broker, Intends lo
spply lor ,.:-. lajon I.- purcbsM lb* lollowlnk
described lands:
Commencing .1 a ocst plsslsi eo lb. soU.h
bans Cl Karhumalka rlvsr sbiut Dve mike Item
.1. cuniluonc. with ibe Skeen. nv��r. Ibaoc 4u
cbains vv.-i, ibence io chsins t.ortb, thsne 40
chsina Best, thenc* 40 ehsiio. r.ur.h, thsoc 40
chsina sast, lh��nc* 20 chsiiaa aoutb, tbence 40
chsins nut. llnnce 40 chains KU'.h to point ol
cotiimencm.nl. containlog oju scr�� mor. or lea,
D.tel April 21. 1811. MLRDue'K Mcil.lt.
Pub. May U.
Skeens Und Dislrict���DUtrict ol Cout lUng. i
i .a.- notice thai I, Char.** A. Vaugbao ol
Princ Rupert, li. Cm occupauon mvrcbahl. intend
lo apply (ur permlaaioo lo purebsio lbs (ollowing
de.^niH-l lands:
Commencing st a post plane 1 on lbs south
bank ol bicliumailts iliver sad sbout lour miles
Irum IU cunriuet.ee with the Skeens River, thenc
-.u chsins e*st, thsnee 50 clisins north, thene. *0
chslns west, tbence so chsin. south le po.nl ol
cumm.nement. containing blu .eras mor. or lee.
D��l*d April 21, Mil CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
1Mb. April il.
Skeena Laad Di.irict-District ol tout Rang* i
Tak. nolice that Mn. . C. Putnam ol Si
1-atii, V.n.r .��.ria, occupauon ruarned woman
inu-nds to apply (or penniMion lo piirchaM the
(ollowing tUsacribed lsnd.:
Commsnclng st. post plsnted st the southwest
corner ul Lot St.*. 17ii marked Mrs. L. C. Putnsm's
Skesna Land DUtrict���District ol v|ue>n Charlotu ' r.orllasut corner, th*nce west 40 cbsins, tbsnes
i,.-:.. ��� ��� south .0 chain,   tb.nc Mat 40 chains. lb.nc
Tsk* notie thai J. .1. .vlorphy.ot V.nciuv��r, I north SO chains to poal ol commencement, cod
li. C* occupatiun cinn-iaa. tra.eiiar,  intend. ( laming oio acre, mor* or leas.
MRS. L. C. Il I NAM
Ceo. IL 1'uln.m  Affeo
to apply lur permission lo purcbaae in* lutlowiog   Dal*d March 20 lull,
deacribed lends: Pub. April 1 ������
Cornmuang .1 . post plsnted sboul seven
Slues Bust snd un* mi-a ruutb Irom lb* mouth
ol Stanly Creek, Nadsn llaruur, tnence north eu   ^aMna Ijui-i Disuict���DUtrict ol Coast Hang. '
cbsins, thenc wsat 4u cnains, thenc south   to j
chains, tbsne east 40 e   ins.
Dsled Msrch 17, Mil. J. II. MURPHY
Pub. Apnl ii.
Tska notice lhat I, Clara May Little ol I'rinee
Rupert,  11.   C,  occupation spinster,  Intend   lo
apply lor prmisslun lo purebss. tb. lollowihg
Num. Dsmera, Ag.r.t   ducrlbed lands:
1    Cummcncing at a pel planted al lb* north
���, .      . ,��� ... ,,.     , I west corner ofLot 17Ji, Range 6, Cout bhalrlci
Skeens Und Dutrict -Diatrict ol Caadar        ' m.nc aut 40 chains, Ihsnc north 21 chains
laks   nouc   that   1.   Ibomu   Mscguvern   ol   lDl>nc.  .Ml  ji   chai""i inMlc. north 20 chains
Stewart, U. C. occupsllon inir.ir.u.ii-r.l to apply   thMc. .Ml lu chwM  th,nc aouth Ib ehalna to
lor permUsion lo purchas. lh. loliosing riaecnbwl   p01ni  ���,  commencemtnt,   coma -ung   lit   acres
Unda: more or lee*.
Comm.ncln| al a posl  plsnted on the  right   Dated April 4. Mil.        CLARA MAY UTTLE
bank ol the Naas river sboul (our miles strove the   ,,u!j   ^.j; j ^
lorks ol the Nsas nvsr, tbenc south eu cbains,
thenc west 80 cbsins, thsne nurth bO ch.ln.,
tbenc esst 80 cbsins lo point of commennmei.t.
contsining 040 seres more or less. ,.,.,..     I        Skas-n. Land District -DUtrlct o( Caaaiar
THOMAS MAI i.oVt.RN 1 ak.  nolle  lhat  I,   lusc O'Urlso   Forb.. ol
listed Msrch 25, Mil. Sidney Frank Vt right, Agl   |Mnc, iiUp.rt. U- Oa, occupallon c��rp.hl��r, tnuod
] to .pply lur permisaiun tu purchs*. lbs (ollowing
I'ub. Ms; 17.
.Skeen. Und Dl.trlct-District of Cout
Tak. notie. that i. Mr.. John Corley. of l'rinr>-
Rupert. B.C..occupation married woman. Inlomls
Pi apply for raarmisaiou lo purchase the following
described Isnds:
Commencinir at a post plu-iti'l 11 rhains ca.l
and 12U chaina south Irom the so'ilhw.-sl corner of
lot lTJi.OaUt District. RshK... in. ,-. south BU
chaina, Ihenco eaal 40 chain., th.-nce north M
chains, th.-nee west 40 chains iri.ir.-<.r less to the
point uf commencement, .'uhlaininir H2i acres
more or less.
MRS. JOHN (Lulll-I CORLEY
Dull. Mar  2i., Mil
I'ub. Apr 1. Mil
ilescrtbe.1 lends:
Commencing st a post planted about flv miles*
south snd on* mil* west ot tha (orks ol theWhiie
sud list rivers, ihsoe north 80 cbsins, thenc
**at eu chains, th*nc *uuth so cbaina, ir.eee
eul SO chain..
Dsled Aprd Is. Mil. ISAAC OURIEN FORHES
I'ub. Msy M. FrsncU S. Prealoo. Agent
The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5,
6 AND 1 EVERY DAY FOR
. ������.... Und District    Diatrict ol Cat-alar
Take outica that 1, h**.o  IJallrn ol bt����art,
li.   C,   (*crij(*aiiija   carpKntssT.   Intend   to   apply
(or parinleilt.n to purchaae tba (olloalng dtsKribaxl
lands:
CrOrnrncncintt at * pust plsnUd about (6) nil.**
���oulh and .-r.a . i) niilv aoat ul the forks ol the V, blu
.    and I Ut riven, thenev -���' chaini aoutb, ihence 60
BMB. Und Duuict���DiaUict ol Coaal lUniff 6   chaine fast, tin-nee mj chaloa twrtb, lhanca 00
Tak* notice that Kldon & Detwllar ol ivriiti.   ,-(,��,,.,, w(.t
Ont.' occupation  doctor,  inter.de to  apply   for   Dated April 18, 1811. SWAN .IA..LLN
Krniisalon  to  purchai
_-ic*
the  :   .-.���*:!.n  dtiacribed    ��� ,,,,   ylmt. ,,.
andi:
< ... i '.��� ��� ��� * ������.: at a poat plai.ted at the eiiulli-
wtat curner of Lot r.c*-, kbaooa eaii UU chaina
mora ur leta, thenca aoulh 4b, chaini mora or leaa,
ibence ��t*at N chaina mora Of less, thenco north
4b chaim mora or leaa to puint of cummoncumant
r-ii.i... .:.������ 140 acrra mora or luai.
Datad .March 11, mn KLDON B. DBTWIUCR
i'ub. April 16'
Francia I. 1'raalon, Agent
Skeena l.ani District-Dutrict of Qjaao Cnarlutu
Islandi
Take nuiioi lhat Oourtf* W. A molt of I'rince
Kups-rt,   K.   C,   uccjpauon  raal  aauu   broker,
    inia-iiua Ui apply for pnr niaaion to purchaaa  the ,
John Camptjoll, Agenl   loiluwing  ]��� -��crn��-f 1 lands:
ComuMncing  al  a  puit   planlal   about   aeven
milea and ipn���half mils wattt and one mile aoutb
Skeena Land District���Dlatrlel 0. Caaalar *""" tha BaagUa ul .SUnly   Creek, Nadan llartiuf,
Take nollco that I Francia S. Truaion of I'rlnce   lhunt> w*M  M c 141.1-.. thono* south  60 chaiai,
Kupert,  II. C, occupallon proapeclur,  intend to   thencweaat no chains, th-jnea norLh 60 chaina.
apply  fur  permiasion   to   purchaa*-  the  following    Dated March 17, lull. (iKO. W. AKSUTT
deacrlbod landa:
Commencing at a post planted abuut three
ii ili'H aouth and two tnllua woat of the forka ol
the While and Flat riven, ihence south HO chalm
thence eait hu chalm, Ihence nurth bo chaina,
thence weat HO chalm.
Dated April 20, I'M I.     KKANCLS S. I'lll     m.
I'ub Af ay 13
Skeena Land Dlalrlct��� DUtrlct ul Coast Kange b
Take not ce that 1. ���*������������ Jack of I'm ct- K, p��rt,
H. C., occupatiun carpenlor, inlend to apply fur
iiermlswiun lo purchase thu following described
landa:
Commencing at a pust planted abuut thrrVand
one-half milefi distant in a suuth westerly dlreciiun
from a blind iluugh from Dtiaurvalory Inlet where
the name touchea tho Indian Ki-acrvi> ihence aajaj
10 cha m. thence -oith HO chaini, thence w tut HO
��'li tin", thence louth HO chalm to point of commencement, cuntaining 010 acrea more or leaa.
Dated April It, lull* JUL JACK
Tub. May 13.
Skeena l.nn-1 Diatrlct���Diitrict of Coast Kange b
Take nutice lhat Letlie Mc'J'avlah uf Vancuuver,
Tub. April 22.
Numa Demera. Agent
Skeena Land Dintrlct���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take nuiice that I, Alice M. Knouaa  of I'rince ,
Itupert, H. C, occupatiun married woman, Intend
to apply foi  iiermiaaion lo purchaaa the following :
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about two mllea :
s..uih and two milea west of the forki ol White
Md Flat rivera, thence north 80 chalm, thence
eaat HO chaina, thence south HO chains, thence
west HO chains.
Dated April J". 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSB |
I'ub. M;i. 13. Francli S. Preston, Agent
.Stikine Und Ditrtrlct-Dittlcl of Caaalar
Take notice thut Sydney Hodgklneon of Tela-
Kraph Creek, H- C, occupation clerk, Intenda to
apply  for   permission  tu  purchase  the  lollowlng
deacrilied land:
Commennng at a post planted about a quarter
mile nnrlh eant from dinner Riffle and on tbe eaat
hank   of   Stlkino   Kiver,   thence  east   20   chains
��� I        #*. .      ��� "  . .  l'��l(t��      SJI       .'ir..    I- l.i. -l.      tri'ri.--      ,-.i-m       a>v      '   neiii-.
U.   C.,   occupation   married   woman,   intenda   lo   thenw mifth  40 chains,  thence weat  20 chaiai,
apply   fur  piTinisslun   to  purchaae the  following   t|,6noe south 40 chaim to point of commencement
deacribed landa
Commencing al a post planted st (he northwest corner 100 chaim east and 20 chaim north
from the northeast rorner of Lot IIIU, Harvey's
Survey, Coast District,Kange ...thence 20 chaini
south, thence HO chaini eant, thence HO chalm
north, thence 40 chaini went, thence 60 chains
south, thenco 40 chalm went to pust uf commencement, cuntaining 400 acres more ur '��� >.
, Daied Moy B, lull. I.OTTIK McTAVIHM
I'ub. May 0.
and cmtalning HO acrea mora or lata.
Dated Fab. 11, 1U1L
SYDNEY IIODGK1N80N
Tub. April CA. Tervo, Agent
Skeena I*and District���District of Casslar
Take nutice that 1, Jamaa Wobilcr Esplln of \
Stewart,  11.('., occupallon    auctioneer, intend to
apply for permission lo   purchaae  the   following
post  planted  on  the  right
Fred W. Holder. Agent ' (iwrii-,,! |1II(iJ;
Commend
1 hnnk of the
i ,,!,.,���,I,,.  i h-.i i. Alt-   ., .;. i .   ,. - |��� Br. i the forks of L���.   ,...,,.., -. - - ..-���
horn.   Mnnlt.iha.  poeUMtlOn   farmer,   i.iUmnI   -5   {H22  WJs��-AS?f  l',(,,nCe .n0rth   80  ch*ln','
-   ply for permission tu pun-hase the fulluwlnw   t,",nc? fMt**?)? 5��� SS ''"'i11 of c<"nmencemont
Commencing
ISkeennLiindDiatrlct-DlslrietufCrnrii tUonSlLS!. of BRiSffi ?25 tb^Ut nln" .mi!,n   KE?
Take notice that I, Alexander Clacher. uf Dear- I \Yn fnrk" "' "'I Na" rlv,T.lhBtiee H^ai? crh",lw'
Read The Daily News
rlescrllieil
CimmrnclhK at n iiuat iiliintral at the
west corner nf lot llisir,, district of Cnnal. Hhiik,. 'i
slumtcl alHiiit r, 1-2 miles In I aoulh enslerly all- '
rectlon fn.rn llrerkenrlilite LnmlliiK. mnrkial A.
c.. norlh weat curn��r: thenre soulh WI ,.hnltia,
tbenee east wi chains, Iheaee norlh Mi chains
more ���r i..��� t��� ������llh ,,,,( 0IJtnor of , , .��� .���
thenee weattll chains more or less to south  we.
ALBXANDKIl CLACHKU
. containing C40 acres more or less.
JAMES WKHSTBR ESI'LIN
"    Dsled March 24. 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
I'uh, May 17.
Date June 2nd, IM]
Pub. June 24th. 1911
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ot Caaalar
Take nolice that I, Hvdney FlUgnratd ot SUwart,
H. C., occupation cook, inlend to apply tor par*
iiil-ni'in to porchaae the tollowlng dt-wterlbed landa
Commencing at a post plant**! about flva mile
south and one mile ot the forks ot Whlta
and  Flat  riven,  thence south  80  ehalna,  thenee
1 weat   nn   chains,  thenca  north  SO ohelm,  thence
Donald Clacher, Aiient leant HO chains.
1 Dated April 1��. 1911.    SYDNEY  FITZGERALD
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I NEW - STOCK - ARRIVING
LLOYD GEORGE'S
GREAT SPEECH
��� Nearly  a   Hundred   Thousand
Applications   to   Hear   the
Great Little Chancellor.
CAREFUL   LOOKING
1=
Lost and Found
OVER���
���.^..a��.*^..-a.��.-afc.,a��..aaa..^i.^l^
as
L-l
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and PressingS��Bf
pany. Men's suits olesned and pressed ll.ou.
Ladles' suits pressed snd cleaned. Ury gjaalj-
intr a specialty. Room 13 Wcstenhaver lllocK.
phone rod 09. IB-MI
I.OST-K1 price coupons Issued by the I' fries*
Studio.       These coupons  will  oe accepted  I
presented   before   July  Srd   ut  lhe   1'eejles
Studio, Ald.r Block. 111-1"
r
afa.-ass..*-
For Rent
 I
Furnished Cottage, modern conveniences, for
summer months. Apply Mrs. Alder. 3rd Ave.,
opposite News Office. MM**
Three-naim list In Weatenhaver "lock. 125 per
month; Hat In Clapp Building. *48j other flats
and houses furnished and unfurnished. Apply
Weslenhaver Bros., phone IHO. 14.-wl
Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences.
Frsier St.. Apply Director. Cohen & Co.   143-tl
Wanted-Small house, furnlahed or partly furnlahed.   State terma tc Box R. Ilsily Ne��B.140-ir
Commodious houae. corner 6th Ave. and Thompson St., furnished or unfurnished. I'hune .So
or I'.n. Bos HB8.
Stores and olTlce. for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phon. green 59. I'--""
Nolly FumLhed Room.;  gentlemen preferred. .
Apply Mr.. Miillin. over Msiestlc Theatre.
ll��-lm
I'hon* W6 If you want to rent a houae. furnished
or unfurnished, corner 6lh Ave. snd Thompson
Street   All modern conveniences.
Cosy furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower. Somerset
Haaoms. Third Avenue, between Seventh and i
Ela-hih. UW
��� a.      . ..aa.i^.. BaagBBBSa '
FreshFLOWERS
On S.B. Prince George, tomorrow morning
,., Li
Baud's
ARCTIC STUDIO, R��V Uw
CANADA'S POPULATION IS
NEARLY TWICEAUSTRALIA'S
Cenaus for Australia Shows Increase of Only 675,694 in
Ten Years While Canada Has Increased by
About Two Millions
Do sway with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Before You
GET
SICK
OR
HURT
r
��� ��� ��� ���a-
Help Wanted
for
About 50 Suits to
be   Closed    Out
3-piece Suits, in Worsteds and flannels, regular
price $10.00, now
    S4.7S
2 and 3-piece Suits, in
summer weight, regular
J12.00, now	
    $6.00
Grey and Striped Tweed
Suits,   3-piece,   regular
$15.00, now	
    $7.50
A few 20th Centnry
Suits to go at a great
reduction, so come early
SLOAN & COMPANY
SIXTH STREET
ALDER BLOCK
IM>*a**SMe'=M#-"-��M.a-*r**AB��a
E;:;S;:;=;:;=;:;=;:;	
SUlS:.=5:.55:.=^Ei*
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The Continental Trust Company, Limited,
provides safety for valuables in the home
and in the office. Its safety deposit vaults
is proof against any form of assault; fire
and thieves are equally impotent to force
an entrance. Articles left in our vault are
placed where neither moths or rust will
corrupt, nor thieves break through and steal
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
I The Continental Trust Company, Limited
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
Towng'rtea
-OFTEH   FOR  HAl.R ���
Farm and Fruit Lands
-JOINT OWNBRB Arlt> BOLR AtlENTB Of-
Fort G*or���� Townaite        Ma.sett Tows-sit.
tuuuj omcBi- we Bowsm builtomo, vixobvvm, b.o.
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
Birmingham, July 11. - Mr. Lloyd
George's great speech on the National Insurance- Hill at the Bir-
mingham Town Hall last Saturday
was remarkable for the enormous
number of applications fur seals
that poureel in. It outrivallcd as
;��� measure of public Interest Mr.
John Bright'* famiiiis address .it
Bingly Hall.
The demand for tickets was such
that the Liberal Assodation ofti-
jees had lo lx* closed on Thursday.
i Up io noon that day the- number
of tickets applie-d for, despite llic
fact that the meeting had not
been advertised, reached the total
of 70,000. This was at the Lilx*ral
Association headquarters alone.
At the federation offices several
thousand other applications hail
been received.
As thc town hall, when ]..������ k< .1
I to its utmost limits, will not
i ooommodate 8,000 people, the
difficulties of those who had the
duty of allotting the tickets will be
realised.
It was the first public speech
made by the Chancellor outside
the wiills of Parliament since the
('.ener.il Election, ar.d marked the
complete recovery of his voire.
Mr. Arthur Brampton presided
i'i the absence of Sir Arthur
Nicholson, the president of the
Midland Liberal Federation.
HAVE BOUGHT
|     FIFTY REINDEER
; Government Buys Them from
Dr. Grenfell for Far Northwest.
Ottawa. July o. -The Government of Canada has made addition to the traiis|nirt;itiiin facilities of the COUfltry bl the form of
fifty reindeer,   The purchase was
made from Dr. Crcnfall. of Lab*
rador, who is being paid fifty-one
dollars each for the animals. They
will be taken from Labrador by
boat to Quebec In September, and
will go by train to Edmonton or to
Athabaslta Landing, if the Canadian Northern has mils down to
that point, early in the aiiliitnn.
Scows will lie built to complete
the journey down the Alhabaska
River to Fort Smith Which is the
I destination of the herd.
The reindeer have proved a great
���UCCCM in Labrador, The conditions have  been   found  entirely
suitable for them, and the original
lienl ol three hundred have grown
by natural increase lo some twelve
hundred. They have proved io
M as good lor tiavel as In Lapland,
and their flesh and milk have piov
Girl wanted, immediately, for ll��hl housework.
Apply Mra. D. Cohan, ebon* Id' lSO-tf
Mineral:! M Murkera 13.0.. wanted at Hidden
i'r.... i'..i<p*r Co.. Goose Hay. Tak.S.S. Vndao
or Venture. u- if
Twoirood Joiner* wanted. Apply Pseine Con-
��� ii ii. i   ii Company, Digby Island.    1.7-150
Porter Wanted    Apply Talbot Rooms, ind Av*.
144-tf
Dpn't forget to tske out sn Accident
hihI II rait li Policy���the only substitute
I i for wages during disability.     Aak  P~
.^.~��.��> ] rules and further particulars.
All honest claims poiitively paid
on light
Boarders Wa
Van ted
. raw . ^-a e-a*. "a- **BS*9
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Pattullo Block
We've juat received from CaiB.dy's,
Montreal, the great glasi manufacturers, s big new ihipment of
GLASSWARE
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Melbourne, Australia, July 7.���
The new census gives the Commonwealth of Australia a population of
4,449,495.
According to the Statesman's
Year Book, the population of the
Commonwealth of Australia, consisting of New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia,
West Australia, and Tasmania, in
there-
The increase in ten years
fore, would be 705,094.
Canada is growing much foster
than Australia. At the last census
she had a population of 6,317,315
and the census this year is expected
to show about eight million people,
The increase during the previous
decade was slow, totalling only
438,070. The last decade will
probably show an increase ol well
the census of 1901 was 3,773,801. |on to two millions.
TWO YOUNG GERMAN BOYS
STARTED OUT AS PIRATES
Their Heads Turned by Reading Trashy Stories They
Seized a Fishing Smack, Killed  the Captain,
Threw Man Overboard, and Wounded
Five Men Before Being Captured
A f.w cosy humelike rooms rheap to *t*ady
rurimera.   Kins' George II -..' .'nil Avsnue.
in-w
���WB   AUK SELLING   IT  CHEAP���
Here are other goods we have
Furniture Crockery
Stoves Glassware
Linoleum Lamps
l.nsmelware Table Cutlery
Position Wanted In reel ealal. olnr*.    Small sal-1 Blinds Baby Buggies
ary an.! romml*��l��n.   Fifteen year's vxpeiience ' -
travelling f��r a Chicago whol*��a1* grocery eon- j Curtains screen.
cern.   Best of i-efer*nce.    Address an.arer to   qu;i��_. Picture.
Blankets Washing
.V van a.,.^.. aBSB***BBBB-aSI BBSI anV.a.i.ii. '*
j     Situations Wanted     j
J. t. Long. T.-...l.'.ili atreet, Edmonton. Alberta.
147.14a
For Sale
liefore buying your Stove or Range see A. J.
Gsllsml. MeBrid* snd Filth As-.. Cook store.
fr.m 111. ISMrn
First class Is-oomlag 11. is*, ten rooms, housekeeping and single, newly furnished. Price
���**si. pur term, apply nwner on premises.
Ur*s*l Mourning House, ind Ave.        144-U*
rSeesat
Business   Chances
Mirror. Machines
Ostermoor Mattresses
Every Description of
House    Furnishings.
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.
F.  W.  HART
PHONE 62
Good money In Moving Picture.. Wanted-A
party to start moving picture .how In Prince
Rupert.   Write tne for i-artlcular.
Watertown. Wl..
H.   !���������   >
i    '   ��'
1���
Fire Insurance
Berlin, Germany, July 5.���As a
consequence of reading stories of
the exploits of pirates, two young
German boys from Bremen have
turned pirates on the Kibe with
deadly consequences.
They are a ship's apprentice
named Ernest Voigt, a lad of
seventeen, and George Tiem, a
chemist's assistant, of the same
age. First of all they seized a
fishing smack, run up the black
Mag, killed the captain, and held
at bay a fleet of pursuers, wounding
five seamen.
They boarded the fishing smack
as she lay at anchor, and lound
one hand on duty. Him they overpowered ar.d threw into the river.
The seaman, who was a good
swimmer, succeeded in reaching
the shore.
After hoisting the black flag at
the vessel's mainmast, the boys
set out for sea, Voigt acting as
navigator. Captain Schnoemer,
the skipper of the smack, missed
her when he came down to thc
quay desiring to go aboard, ar.d,
on learning that she had gone
down the river, he hired a motor-
boat and went after her.
More than one rifle nuisi have
been in the armoury of the young
pirates, and they used them ai
short range with paralysing precision. Schnoemer, the captain,
was killed, and the owner-of the
motor-boat, who was driving it,
abandoned thc chase, and landed
the body afterwards notifying the
police.
Then four fishing yawls took up
the chase, but the pirates kept
them at bay with their rifles, and
succeeded in wouding fivi person-.
In the end a Government despatch steamer chased and overhauled the smack, anel a detachment was sent on board.
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Snd A-.����� . MM took, oilk* of Optimist, toll only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
lle-i made In Seattle. Fruit and Candy, whole-
sal* and Retail. Look for Sash sigv. al night.
SAM COWEN. Proprietor Phon* MO
WEATHER AND SHIPPING
The Dominion Gobernnient wireless stations report cloudy weather
and calm seas at Skidegate, Ike-da.
Triangle and Kstevan. At Poinl
Grey and Cape Lazo, the weather
is clear anel calm. The steamer
Otter passed Cape Lazo southbound at 5 a.m.
S.S. Prir.ce Ruperl and the C. P. R.
liner S.S. Princess Royal.
Messrs. J. Stewart, Duncan Ross
Miss McNaughton, J. Burgis, G.
T. P. agent in Seattle, Charles
Hunt and wife railroad editor
of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer,
and others were among those who
left the city today.
The Princess Royal is making
remarkably good time on her runs.
THF. Hrin.h Union and National Fire Insurance
Company uf London. F.ngland. with capital
nf UMlli.iaai ,n. s��� u. for rate*. The Mask
Keallv and Insurance Caenpen*. W-tf
rS*BBJB*aaB%a**aaBlaB*B*a**SI ***.*** i*^a'^aaa^��<S>
Real Estate
%m**m0��*Mt*t**Mttt**mM *B*m m***m*m ���**���> ���'�������� *tp
Towing
Y-Kana, . -aa-^ii, Wc can a��l, you foost
Hitifnt U-r a Hay I'hon* VA and tot ua join
form    II   I   MtllMalV i:-.-UJ
lam!*n. will b�� rocarlfcd It tha iin<1**ra?tmvl up
lo IV p.m. Julf 19lh. for tha towint and rmptylnt
't aarr**,'* smw. Tfn��li-r to viva prioo p��r trio
and muni bo on official form which, tofftthor with
full information, ran br obtaln��*d from th* City
ClMlt.
KRNEST A. WOODS.
161-IU Cltr Clerk
TO RENT
Cotnfortahle I r.M.n,. .1 Cottage in sec-
6, $26.00.
3-roomed Cal.in in ieclion 1, flO.00.
FOR SALE
Lot 4, block 6, sec. B, 11400, half cash.
I .i.l��  11  and  12,  blocK  28.  ieclion 8,
tCSO, half cash.
UU 21 an.l 22. block 24, section 8, $600
pair, half rash.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Ruperl. B.C.
TO ENCOURAGE
LACROSSE GAME
Toronto Street Railway Will
Carry Free all Boys with Lacrosse Sticks.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
Meets In Ihe llelgernon Hlor-k
Every Tuesday Evening
All  membera of  the  order In the city
are ipquestetl to visit the lodge.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 7.���Manager R.
J. Mulling of the Toronto Street
Railway has given instructions
that in the summer months all
Ixiys carrying lacrosse sticks and
on their way to and from a lacrosse
field slnll lie allowed lo ride free
on the street cars.    He has also
decided that the Scarboro Beach'
athletic field shall be thrown open
for all Imys to practice on, except
on Saturday afternoon, when the
field is being used for other purposes, or in the evening whe l the
N. L. U. team are practicing.
It's jsut possible that the wise
small Ixiy will carry a lacrosse
stick with him whenever he wants
a free car ride.
SHARP WARNING
Don't Send the Youngsters for
Beer.   Severe Penalty
A very severe warning was ex-
prcsscel by Magistrate Carss on
the subject of the case reported
in yesterday's News referring to
the serving of liciuor to a young
boy who heel been sent for it for
his father. The Magistrate desired the press to empahsise to the
public of Prince Rupert thc fact
that it is against the law in Canada
for minors to be allowed Inside a
liar-room at all. The penalty
to which the barkeeper is liable
for allowing a minor in the barroom is at least $100 and may be
as much as 1500. "II is bad
enough to have thc fathers going
into bars, let alone the young
boys," declared Magistrate Carss.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
POPULAR BOATS
1 <->l   a   I ir H hi
I occasion.
on   more
than   one | even morn useful in the Canadian
.1. P. CADK. N nJl
II. 11. MORTON, Sec. |Carried Many Psrsengers South
Today
^^^^^ I north, where ilog teams are now
It is believed that they will prove1 used (or wihir-r travel.
1
Quite a large number of persons
went  south  this morning on  the
WINNIPEG HAS
A SERIOUS LOSS
Grand Stand at the Exhibition,
Valued at $70,000 Burned last
Night- Fair is to Open on
Wednesday.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July 7.���The big grand staid at thc Exhibition Gounud
nd stand at the exhibition grounds
was destroyed by fire last night,
and scarcely a stick remains of it.
It was valued at $70,000. Its
loss |s all the more serious because
the Winnipeg Fair is to open on
Wednesday of next week.
Sksena Und DUtrict���District ol Cout Ksnj.
Tsks notica lh.t Mary Beslon GUdcnilces* jl
Vlctorls, B. C. occupsllon housekcepsr, lalcaUr
to spply lor permiaalon to purchaae tba lolloalm
dlvMribed land.:
Conim.ndng .1 a post planted at tb. aouthBi*
corner ol Lot K96. Rang* 6, Coaat Ulstrlct.tbri.c.
81) chslns soulh thsne. 40 clisins esst, tbrnce so
chslns north, th.no-. 40 eh.lns wait lo point ol
omm.neement. containing 3211 acres morn oi��� leaa.
MAKV 1IEATON GILDEllSLr-hM-
Dated AprU 17, I'Jll.
Fub MayS.
Skeana Land District���DUlrict ol Cosst
Tske notice that Kred W. Ilohler ol raitsum-
kalum, occupation termor. Intends to apply ���*
permission  to   purchase  tha  lollowing  d.-c:in.-i
"commencing at a poat planted at ths northeast corner ol A. McLaSod'* pre-emption lh.n��
20 ctiains aouth, thence 10 chslna east, thence io
chains north, thsnee 10 chains wast to posl ���
comm.ncenisnt containing 20 KM. morn or aja.
Dated AprU 10,1911. KK1EU1UCII W. 11011X1.11
Pub. April 22. Fred Hampton. AI*m
Sheen. Und DUtriet-DUUictol Coast Hants ��
Tsks noUce th.t I, BeU H.ll Ksnoev ol 1 ar
moulh. Nova Sv��tla, occupation married aomsr..
Intend to apply lor permission to purchaaa IM
lollowlng described Unds: .       .
Comiienelng at a post plsnted st north e..i
com.r ol T. L Lot 38M8. thsno. run ning ��.->i ��
chslns, thsnee north 80 chslns, Ihsnce nasi ��s
cbsins, Ihence south 80 chslns to plsec ol n't"
mencement contsining 320 seres mor* or s��
My posl U on south eut cornsr ot Und spinag
lor, marked letter. S. K.. .bout on. mile *���* "
Uke Ukslae, aoulh aide ol Skesna llv.-r Ui*ir>��
ol Coast Range 6.
Dated April 29, 1911.
I'ub. May IS.
UELL HALL KESSEV
John llaverty, Agei-t
Skeen. Und DUtrlct-DUtrlct ol tossl SMCti
Tak. not ce that I. John Ivan W"J�� >"T.
Ruiwrt. U. C. occupat on rlsrk. ntnnd HNQ
lor permlMlon to purchM. th. lollowlng descr.oeo
sntls:
Comm.nclng .t a post plsnted sboiil three s
onehsll miles dlstsnt n a aouth westerly I >����� "
Irom s bUnd slough Irom Observ.tory Inlet�� *��
the ssms touches the Indl.n ll����t ������ gf"
west 80 chsins. thencs north 80-chair, , lh ncj
east 80 chslna, thsnee south 80 chslns wl*"
coramsneero��nt, containing ML**W,5TwbM
Dated April 14,1911. JOHN IVAN 1 LlfcH-
Tub. May 18.
Skeena Und DUtrlct-Dlstrict ol Coast Hai>��* J,
Take  notice   lhat I, J. Lorne  M,c'-"r;"in,
Prince Rupert, B.C.. occupation real eslatr st,.
Intends to apply for permission to pur.-iissn
lollowlng described lands:      ��� .....in. .e,t
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains vv
and 80 chains south ol the southwest corner
lot 1733, vicinity of Ukelse Uke, snd mrirke.
L. MaeLaren's nortwest corner, thenre ess ^
ehslns, thence south 40 eh.lns. thenre **��.
chslns, thence north 40 chslns to PHnt ej>
mencement, containing 320 acres more or ie...
J. LORNE MacLAHKN
n��� n Putnam. Age"'
Date May 31,1911
Pub. June 16.1911
' Geo'."R."l'utnam. Agenl
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Skeena Und District-District of Cos.t Hani.
Coast District u n
Tsks notion thst Wm. Leslie of Sapperton,,   ���
occupation Government Guard, Intends to ��._i
for permission to purchaae the following oe
ed l.nds: .  ln. w(.,t
Commencing at a poat planted 411 chainsi
and 120 chains south of the southwest coin.
No 1733, rsnge 6 coastdlstrlct,markod Wm m
N.W. corner, thence south 40 chslns. ihenee . ^
80 chains, thence north 40 chains, thenc- ��<������   , ,���
chaina to poat of commencement, conumn*
scrwi more or less.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Ulrd, Agent
Dsted M.rch 20lh. 1911
Pub. April 29th. 1911
Skeen. Und District���District ot CbssIs'
Tsks u.itlce th.t I, Allred Amp**2SSS>
ol  Princ  Rupert.  H. C, occupstlon ntsrens
Intend to apply for permlasion to purchsae
lollowing described lands: , ,21 two
Commsnclng it a post plsnted sbout Vjj ... ,
miles south ol th. lorks ol the White and l
rivers, thenc. 80 chain, aouth, thsnee 8   eo.
west, thence 80 chslns north, thsnee 80 c""
ALFRED BERRYMAN WjWJJS
D.tad April 18,1911. Francia S. Presion, AI."
Pub. May 18.

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