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The Daily News^
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT MAILS
For   North
Princess Mary Thursday p.m.
For South
^���/���u Rupert .  . .Friday, 8 a.m.
V0L.U.  NO. 154
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, July 11, 1911
MAYOROf
KING'S ELDEST SON TO
PAY VISIT TO CANADA
The Young Prince May Make Trip Over the Trans-
Continental to Prince Rupert���Will Certainly
be Invited to Take Part in Some Ceremony Connected With the Work
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, July 11.���That the Prin-
tv uf Wales will come to visit
Canada, either in 1912 or 1013,
ns definitely stated by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier ami the accompanying
Ministers on their return from
England last night This much
li.iv hc'ii arranged.
May Visit Rupert
Upon the date of the young
Prince's visit depends whether or
mn he will declare the' (.rand
Trunk Pacific open. It is hoped
to have his visit timed to coincide
with the completion of the Ci. T. P.
Trans-continental from Prince Rupert to Quebec and Moncton. A
trip across the new line will be
one of the probable features of his
visit.
If it cannot be arranged to have
the visit coincide with the completion of the line, and if he comes
next year, then some other fete
will be arranged Connected with
the great trans-contiiieiilal enterprise, probably in the form of a
spike driving fete, on one of the
newly opened sectoins.
GENERAL ELECTION IS
EXPECTED IN AUGUST
If Opposition Attempts To Hold Up Supplies House
Will Prorogue and a Short Sharp Campaign
Be Instituted���So Says an Official
Source
SHIPYARDS ARE
ALL DESTROYED
Disastrous Fire Smites Wallace's Shipyards at North Van
couver this Morning.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nortii Vancouver, July 11.���By
a disastrous outbreak of fire in
the early hours of this morning.
Wallace's shipyards were totally
destroy id today. Thc loss is
estimated at 160,000. The cause
of the outbreak is unknown. The
disaster is a serious one for North
Vancouver.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone 4
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BASEBALL SCORES
| BAStBALLM
sj..,,*..^..-...*"-. - '
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 4, Tan una 7.
Seattle 0, Victoria 2.
Spokane 2, Portland 1.
National League
Pittsburg 8, Brooklyn 1.
St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 7.
Boston 7, Cincinnati 11.
Chicago 4, New York 5.
American League
Chicago f), New York 2.
St. Louis 7, Boston 5,
Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 9.
Washington'5, Detroit 7.
No Coast games.
SMALLPOX SEEN
NEAR WINNIPEG
Dreaded Scourge Sweep* Over
North   and   East   District���
Hundreds of Men Quarantin
ed at Point Dubois.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July 11. -An epidemic of smallpox is sweeping over
the district to the north and cast
of here. Several, hundred men
working on the power plant at
Point Dubois are quarantined along
with the doctor who himself contracted the disease while attending
a patient.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, July 11.���Information
liven nut from official sources,
alter tht arrival of the Laurier
pany from Great Britain, make it
wry likely that within a month
I'.irli.'iiii-ni will Ik- dissolved, and
a tencral election declared. If
thi- <v,|h-, laiion is realised there
.ill be a short sharp campaign
���ith rating all over, except in
thi- Yukon by ihe first of Sep-
tiraUr.
Depends on Borden
The future depends entirely upon
ilii- .iiiimi  of  ihe  leader  of  the
|0*i|K,a.iii.,ii.    If supplies are held
|��P any longer, thc Government
|��.H w.'it nn longer, but will go
|t"tlu- nuiairy for a mandate.
������ni- iliing is certain, the ad-
Ijuurntil v s-ion ���f Parliament will
j��"t Ian more than three weeks
I ��� re is either a dead-lock
|'" pl*on iMiiim.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his
Nleagiici  ,,rr keeping  their own
council but the word has gone
out to the party leaders to get
ready for a fight at once. Should
Mr. Borden decline to allow progress to be made with the reciprocity bill as he has stated in the
West, then the Government will
not ask for another interim supply
until a redistribution bill be drafted
and passed but for a supply for
the remaining portion of the fiscal
year.
Hot Times Expected
This will probably result in
a struggle of endurance lasting
for several days and nights and
possibly concluding with dissolution in a political atmosphere
boiling hot.
Immediately the war would be
carried lo the COUI try and a short
sharp campaign begun.
AID. NEWTON SCATHINGLY
CONDEMNS LIQUOR POLICY
Charges There Has Been Crooked Work Over the Bottle Licenses
���Points Out That the By-law is  Being  Amended  to
Secure Licenses for Aid. Hilditch's Customers
While   Others   are   Slighted--Mayor
Rallies to Aid of Liquor Interests
Shipping News
Steamers Henry and l.akline
passed Tatoosh outward bound
this morning at 8.30.
PVERSITY IS
BADLY DAMAGED
Accident   Befalls
iR'trrttable
Victoria University, Toronto.
vi��ited by Lightning and Fire
Han Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 11.���In an clcc-
Jlrii.il itorm which visited Toronto
lUs "'*'���' Victoria University, the
IJ^lior,,! li. ailouartcrs of the
p'h'-liM ( Inirch in Canada, was
�����nnk !,., lightning which set
H "' lhe building. Despite the
F,in,l'<   arrival   of   the   firemen,
6 i   the
PrOOO-a
extent   of   over
done before the flames
ilshed.
inA"''    ight of the fire, the roof
Wings fell In.   Several
'""       "en had narrow escapes
"���n tlic fulling rafter*.
BWhere to Go
PI'RKss
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I'UKATRE, Second  Ave.
U1": Music, 7.30 p.m.
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Pitt.
I'NlKli
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THBATRBj   Third   Ave;
w"iR", 7.30 p.m.
r- TllHATKE, Second Avcuue;
re�� *ni| music, 7.30 p.m.
h��h ***; KHALL Meet|n��* clty
A COSTLY BUSINESS
Toronto Bookmaker is Fined
$1 000 for Conducting a Betting Book.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 11. Before Magistrate Denison today, a Toronto
bookmaker   named   Alfred    Bake
was li.icd si,ooo for conducting
a hand book for belting on horse
races.
RESIGNS FROM
THE RAINBOW
Commander Stewart Has Left
the Command of Canada's
Cruiser -Conflicting Stories.
(Canadain Press Despatch)
Victoria, July ll.   Commander
Stewart Of H. M. C. S. Rainbow,
has resigned from command of the
cruiser    The precise reason
his action ii not known,
said that the trouble lay
Captain's own family circle, some
of the members of his family not
liking the climate of Esquimalt.
Reports from Victoria state that
the reason given is that the retiring
period from the sen ire had been
reached and required the Captain's
resignation.
for
It is
in  the
Last night at a late hour,by the
force of Mayor Manson's casting
vote the by-law to amend the
present Liquor Licence By-law
by suspending Clause 30 for two
months passed through committee
of the whole. It had a stormy
passage. Alderman Newton in
a very long speech denounced the
whole intention of the introduction of this by-law by Alderman
Kerr, characterizing il as "a frame
up to cover the crooked dealing
of the Licence Commissioners over
the bottle licence business."
Relentless Denunciation
He attacked both Alderman Hilditch and Alderman Kerr in relentless fashion, demanding the
right to make himself heard at
his pleasure when thc Mayor
endeavored to enforce lhe closure,
and scathingly characterised the
recent doings of the Licence Board
as the most flagrant case of municipal misdealing he had ever
beheld. Perhaps the most picturesque and expressive phrase
descriptive of the slate of affairs
according to Alderman Newton's
version is that used by his staunch
supporter and corroborator, Alderman Douglas, who declared
that   "Not all  the waters of the
Skeena River can ever wash awa\
front Prince Rum-rt the stain
caused by the late deeds of the
Licence Board."
To Force Bottle Licences
The gist of Alderman Newton's
speech was that the whole ptir-xiM*
of the amendment was to force
bottle licences upon the city. He
siid il had lieen represented thai
the hotel licences were in danger,
but a portion of the Miini.ip.il
Clausees Act he read, satisfied
him that the old licences were not
at all in danger. It had also been
represented that il was to help
Mr. A. J.  Priidhomme.    He did
not believe that. Everybody knew
how the License Board had opposed Prudhomme; how they wen-
still s|x-nding money in lhe courts
to prevent Prudhomme from continuing lo hold his licence. Tin-
real reason he was convinced was
to force luiltle licences on the
city. In very strong terms hi
condemned the action of ihe Licence Board in voting a licence
to the brother of one of the commissioners, while the acting chairman of the Board which granted
the licences (Alderman Hilditch)
was contractor for thc building
and  alteration   of  both   premises
which he assisted to grant licences
to.
Significant Retiral
In the midst of Alderman New
lon'scharges Alderman Smith with
drew  from  the council chamlicr.
He  was  followed  later by  City
Solictor   Peters,   and   within   a
few  moments Alderman   Hilditch
also retired temporarily from the
council   chamber.     When   Alderman  Newton's voice had ceased
the  three men  returned  together
hi their places.   Before Alderman
Hilditch  lift, a sharp altercation
took place between Alderman Mil
ditch and Ahlcnnnn Newton. Ilea
ring  Alderman   Newton  charging
him as chairman of the  Licence
Board, with Improper' conduct in
accepting contracts for the build
ing and repairing of premises used
for the new I Millie licence holders,
Alderman Hilditch dl mantled lhat
the City Clerk take the prricred-
ings verbatim.   Alderman Newton
offcri-d Alderman Hilditch his written nines for the speech he was
delivering.   "I don't wain them."
said Mderman Hildiuh M-ornfully,
"I want the City Clerk lo lake
il." "Well, he can lake it." returned    Alderman    Newton,   and
niMlM'Mi  PROM  |-.��i;k  1
MONTREAL'S WELCOME
TO CANADA'S PREMIER
River Side and Streets Were Decorated With Flags and
Colored Lights���Mayor Drouin Presented an
Address of Congratulation for Sir
Wilfrid's Services in England
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, July 11. -Amid every
evidence of rejoicing and public
congratulation, Sir Wilfrid Laurier was welcomed home last night.
Thousands lined thc river bank
and cheered his yacht as it hove
in sight from Quebec. The river
banks and Helen Island were
brilliantly illuminated with colored
lights, flashing our a welcome to
Canada's Premier.
The Premier was driven through
the decorated streccts to the City
Hall   where   Mayor    Drouin   on
behalf of the assembled City Council presented him with an illuminated address from the city,
congratulating him on his return,
and expressing their admiration
for the brilliant manner in which
he had represented Canada at
the Coronation and the Imperial
Conference.
A Brilliant Affair
The banquet was one of the
most brilliant ever held in thc
city, and fittingly ended an evening
devoted to honoring the popular
Premier.
FATHER HARTMANN'S PLAN
TO COLONISE THE NAAS
Is Asking for Government Aid to Bring Out One Hundred and Fifty Selected German Families to
Settle on the Lands���Would Make
Excellent Settlers
To establish a thriving colony
of Industrious dcrmaii families
in the agricultural districts of
thc Naas river is the ambition of
the Rev. Father Hartmann, the
popular Roman Catholic pastor
of Prince Rupert. Father Hartmann has for long cherished the
dream and has got busy making
it a practical reality too. Since
his return from thc Queen Charlotte Islands where he displayed
his intense interest in matters of
market garden and farm, he has
travelled up to the Naas river
district and commenced a careful
study of conditions there for agriculture.
Approaches Government
Satisfied by his examination and
list-, of the soil that lhe district
is a suitable one for the working
out of his plan Father Hartmann
has now decided to approach the
Provincial Government with a view
to obtaining aid for the scheme,
lb- is to interview  the authorities
at Victoria right away and there
is reason to believe lhat his
mission will be a success. From
his i ivestigations in the Naas
Valley, he believes that an agricultural iKipulation as thriving as
any in B. C. can lie established
there to the advantage of the
whole district.
Has the People Too
Father Hartmann knows where
to get the ideal type of stctlers
for the land he has located. In
the Fatherland across thc Atlantic
he knows of at least a hundred
and fifty enterprising and thoroughly desirable German families
whose industry and *Kiticnce will
make the Naas river district to
blossom like the rose. To transport   these people here with  the
assistance of the Government will
he a simple proposition, and Rev.
Father Hartmann is enthusiastic
for the success "f his idea and the
realisation <>! his dream.
EXCITING SCENEJN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
Alderman Newton at Close of the Night's Proceedings Makes Charges in  the  Presence of Aldermen���Declares He Has Been Browbeaten and Will Not be
a Party to Whitewashing  Investigation Committee
At the close of last night's
council meeting Alderman Hilditch
laid before the Mayor a request
that Alderman Newton be asked
to substantiate the charges he
made against certain members of
the council whose actions he had
said were being discussed about
the streets. Alderman Hilditch
wanted the matter put in lhe hands
of a committee. The charges
iniountcd, he said, to charges of
malfeasance of office, and were
too serious lo pass over.
Hot Stuff
"I have made my Statements
openly," exclaimed Alderman Newton holly. "I have not sneaked
around to make them, and that
is all I intend to do."
"I suggest that you appoint a
committee,"   repeated   Alderman
Hilditch to the Mayor.
"What!" cried Alderman  Newton, "and have the damned thing
I beg pardon) that is unparliamentary, Mr. Mayor���have the
whole thing Whitewashed like they
did with the engineering depart
nii-nt?     I   have   exposed   what   1
consider one of the worst casei
of liaineups that has ever hap-
pened in any city, but what is the
UM? Von brow-beat men down.
Alderman Hilditch tells you to
do this and do that, Mr. Mayor,
but I have done enough lo make
clear to him. I.el me tell Alderman
Hilditch and other members nl
this Board that they had better
be careful or they will find themselves whitewashed out of existence
at the next January election."
"No Line Up"
Alderman Smith "There is no
line up."
Altlernian Newion- "Oh, I know
il don not look like one. but the
public outside won't believe you
even if you say so, Abbtiii.iii
Smith."
Alderman Smith "I don't care
if they don't, I know tr.y own
mind on the subject. If Alderman
Newton gets irrational he must
ex|vet i to Ih- turned down. He
annol expect to have the support
if the other members of this
Iroanl."
Alderman   Newion    "When  a
member of this board will go in
to get his own brother a mono*x>ly
licence in Ibis city, 1 do not ihink
he is a lit and pro-ier *nrson to
criticise me."
Alderman Smith   "Aid. Newion
must Ih- a very dishonest |H-rson
him-elf to believe thai so many
others arc dishonest. I did my
best to dissuade my brother from
applying for a licence. I did not
waul him to go into this line.
Your acctiNitions exist in your
own mind alone. What is more
I will not be dictated to by you
or by anybody else whether as a
licence commissioner or not."
Alderman Newton- "I dictate
to no one, I Condemn Alderman
Smith, and I condemn him to his
face."
Alderman Hilditch���"Mr. Mayor, any time an alderman disagrees
with Alderman Newton he is blackguarded all over the place. There
is 00 protection given by the
Chair. Alderman Newton has
Iroastcil that he has driven two
nun out of town. Alderman Pattullo and Mr. Morrow, but he will
never drive me out. He is in ,
big enough to do it."
Alderman Newton "I have n\-
er lxiasted that I drove two nu-i
LIVES ARE LOST
ON GREAT LAKES
Steamer Mitchell Sunk in a
Fog on Lake Superior and
Three of Crew Drowned.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sault Stc. Marie, July 11.���
Three members of the crew of the
Steamer John Mitchell were drowned here today when the steamer
William H. Mack collided with the
Mitchell in a dense fog off Vermillion Point of Like Superior,
The Mitchell was sunk in the
collision.    The Mack rescued the
remainder of the crew.
Will Conduct Services
Owing to lhe absence of Rev.
W. II. McLeod, who is in Van-
couv���:���. ' -"ding the Baptist Chur-
. - Ci- vention, the services in the
Baptist Chinch here will lie con*
ducted by Ensign Johnstone of
lhe Salvation Army, next Sunday.
Some bright services arc promised.
or any man out of town.   I do   ot
boast to have sii**-.-rnattiral power.      Strawberries! Strawberriesl
1   do  Ivoast   that   I   do  my  ow You can get them at thc Meth-
business on the square, and asloilisi Church next Saturday after-
long as my voice can be raised I noon and evening, where thc Lad-
to have the business of the town lies' Aid will furnish them , at
done on the square 1 will raise I popular prices. Look out for
tt." 'further notice. It
"���aanTa*s THE DAILY NEWS
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Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
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DAILY EDITION.
Tuesday. July 11
THE UNMASKING OF THE MAYOR
"It is the handwriting on the wall," a citizen was overheard
to remark last night as he left the council chamber, after the vote of
ihe "temperance?" Mayor had practically decided that the City
of Prince Rupert is to have two bottle licenses forced upon it in addition to the already large number of licensed hotels.
"I wonder how he ever let them comer him so that he would
be forced to declare himself?" marvelled another, one whose occupation
and reputation classify him as a supporter of Mr. Manson.
That Alderman Newton should have cut himself adrift from his
eleet ion day colleagues is not a surprising matter. The wonder is
that he perservered so long in their company. With his reputation
for outspokenness, and for living up to the sincerity of his opinions,
it was quite obvious that sooner or later he would have to part company
from a group of nun whose chief desire seems to lie thc distribution
of public favors among their private friends.
On the day >>f his election, this journal remarked,"No one worked
for his side harder than he. and it is but poetic justice that the new-
council should Ik- helped or burdened by the presence of one who
did so much for them." Now that he has publicly renounced all
responsibility for the actions of his late colleagues a career of greater
civic usefulness has o*x*ned to Alderman Newton. The sulxlued
applause of the citizens which greeted his remarks last night, and the
sympathy which went out to him when the Mayor was trying to
closure him, are evidences that in his desire to effect a clean up at the
Qty Hall, the citizens are behind him. It was not without a suggestive
touch of humor that earlier in the evening Alderman Newion had stood
sponscr for a resolution asking that a quantity of scrubbing brushes,
mops, and soap powder lie purchased for use at the City Hall.
But the most significant thing in last night's exciting meeting
was not the charges against aldermen, nor thc cleavage with Alderman
Newton. Street talk has been busy with aldennanic names for weeks
past; Alderman Newton's departure from thc fold was obvious.
The significant thing was that for thc first time since he assumed
the reins of office, Mr. Manson found himself placed in a position
where it was necessary for him to declare himself. When the extra
hour to the hot el men was granted, and when the question of bottle
licenses came In-fore llic License Board, the Mayor had contrived to
be absent from the city. It was the hand of Kate that sent Alderman
Kirkpatrick away yesterday morning liefore the Mayor returned,
and made it necessary for the .Mayor to face the issue he had dodged
Ix-fore.
At the time of the Scott Act campaign, the charge was made that
Mr. Manson had pledged himself io lxith parlies. For reasons best
known io himself .Mr. Manson did not attempt to deny the charge.
Many of his temperance supporters would not believe it. On every
eweasion since then Mr. Manson has dixlged every opportunity to
declare himself.
List night, however, he could not dodge the issue. When the
council siiml three to three on ihe question of Ixiitlc licenses, Mr.
Manson ihnw off ihe mask, turned Lis back on his temperance friends,
showed himself to In- a pro-liquor man and by his single vote decided
thai Prime RnjM-rt is to have two more bottle licenses thrust upon it.
Tin unmasking of ilu- Mayor was the significant thing in last
night's work.
GETTING BACK TO THE LAND
Among thc cheerfullest things in this tense age���possibly a
direct outcome of it���are vhe efforts that are being made in many
quarters io get back to Nature's tirst and noblest occupation for
man. ;i life on the land. Ai Garden City in Kngland a very hopeful
colony is making progress, while in Florida and California innumerable
colonies are trying to live up lo Bolton Hall's philosophy of ten acres,
intensive gardening, and lilx-rty. In our own great country of Northern
British Columbia, the hope to own a ranch of a few acres has been
the motive of a large iiumlxr who have travelled hither.
An interesting effort is now being made by a company of artists
and altruists jn \fw Jcrsi y to establish a landlord-free colony, without
Waiiing for the inilleniiim to come to abolish the present antiquated
and unjust land system. As will be seen, it is no real estate scheme
but a plan to afford a foothold on the available earth at a total annual
cost of aboug three dollars for a quarter acre���enough to live and learn
gardening on.
Seven miles beyond Summit, New Jersey is a beautiful wooded
\;ile 600 feel above the level of the sea. Here the "Free Acres" Association has sixty acres of good agricultural lind and a farm house
adapted for an Inn.   The land is subject to a mortgage of $1,000.
The Association is to follow the "Single Tax" Arden plan Instituted fifteen years ago at Pairhopc, Alabama, giving without purchase price, on perpetual lease, plots of land a quarter of an acre up
io un acre or s..     Ibis will mean al present an annual rent averaging
n.t)Q par plot <,f 10,0011 square fret  -equiil ti, 4 Prince Rupert lots.
Iii*. not necessary, therefore, to buy land in order to own a home.
"rants Ms used to pay all taxes levied by state or county on the
���an* aad buUdlngs unit ii���.
PaWlS iniptovi-mi'iua.
Phers is K.,.���t Winer
remainder  for  roatls,  water and other
buy cheaply from a Camp Association in the neighborhood, tents
with wooden platforms and camp beds.
In order that there may be opportunity for out-door recreation,
fifteen acres has been laid out in ball ground, tennis and basketball
courts and village green. Here are held weekly camplires and theatricals in a natural amphitheatre in the woods, where all who wish
may enjoy song and story. Fifty acres of woodland are reserved by
the projectors of the colony. Simple bungalows costing from 1100
to $150 have been designed for the residents and a serious effort is
being made to learn how not to take life too seriously.
It will be interesting to learn how this little company of artists
and altruists fare in their efforts to get back to the land ami lead a
simple but not ignoble life.
INTENSE HEAT
VISITS OTTAWA
Combined with Great Humidity It has Prostrated a Number of the People.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 11���.\fter comparatively cool weather for a couple
of days, the second July heat wave
struck Ottawa on Sunday. That
afternoon the mercury touched
92 which combined with the intense humidity sent hundreds of
people to the parks. Today the
mercury is again soaring the ninety
mark being touched by 11 a.m.
Several prostrations have been
reported but so far no fatalities
have been re-ported.
WILL BRING OUT
EDUCATED WOMEN
New Women's League is Formed
to Send Out Women to the
Dominions.
A new league, the Colonial Intelligence League, has been formed
in England to select trained and
iducated women, and send them
out to positions in the overseas
Dominions. Miss Dorothy M.
Davis has been appointed representative at Vancouver, and is
inviting applications from all who
desire trained nurses, dressmakers,
teachers, secretaries,  typists, dis-
TRYING TO GET
POOR WOMAN OFF
Campaign in United States on
Behalf of Mrs. Neapolitana
Arouses Unfavorable Comment.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Ont., July 10.���The
campaign in thc United States
on behalf of Mrs. Angelina Neapolitana who was sentenced to
death for the murder of her
husband has resulted in the department of Justice being deluged
with petitions, and provoking unfavorable comment at Ottawa.
On the authority of Sir Allen
Aylesworth it is stated that the
case will be decided mi iis merits
without regard to the petitions.
TO FORM INDOOR
BASEBALL LEAGUE
Representatives of Existing
Teams and Teams in Prospect
Requested to Attend Meeting
at 8 p.m. in the City Hall
Tuesday.
As it it thc intention to have
the members of the Committee
arranging the By-laws, etc., for
the coming Indoor Baseball League
present at the meeting to be held
at 8 p.m. in lhe dty hall Tuesday,
representatives of all existing indoor baseball teams or of prospective teams are invited to ar-
as  a
pensers, expert poultry and l1ower!UTfj .us()i :,s won ;,s ;,|| ,������,*.
farmers, dairy women, milliners, interested in the game and the
governesses, and other trained wo- prospect  of  having  an  outdoor
men helpers
A rigid examination is made in
England of all applicants for positions, so that the efficiency and
general suitability of the girls
sent out is guaranteed.
ODE TO DIGBY ISLE
We are two lonely bachelors.
Our home is Digby Isle,
But let us tell you candidly
We'll only stay awhile.
We have a little cabin,
A stove, a seat, a cat
With thousands of mosquitoes
As big as any bat.
Now, -.linking of lhe weather,
It really gives me pain
Since we came here a week ago
We've had nothing else but rain.
On second thoughts, one day was
fine,
Sol broke his cask and forth did
shine,
Three minutes shone,  then came
the rain.
Since then .lie's not been seen again
Yea,   Digby, wc must  cross the
main.
Shall we behold thy face again?
If ever we report "returned/1
We hope to find the island burned.
���H. M. L.
IRISH BLEACHED
There arc various reasons for
the whiteness of Irish linen. The
climate is ideal for the growth of
the flax, and is likewise effective
in the bleaching process. The best
Irish and Scottish linens are sun
and grass-bleached. Meadow after
meadow in both Ireland and Scotland are white with these cloths
which the heavy dew moistens
and the bright sun whitens. The
alternating rain aud sunshine which
make the climate of Ireland so
disagreeable to a foreigner make
the best bleach in the world for
linen.   It is a slow process, taking
game soon.
The Mayor will preside at the
organisation meeting. A large
attendance of the live young men
of the city will ensure the enthusiasm of lhe meeting and go a
long way to convince thc City
Fathers that the sooner Prince
Rupert can have a proper recreation park the better for the
city every way.
CONTINGENT IS BACK
Large Crowds Welcome Sir Wilfrid   Laurier  at   Quebec
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, July 10.���The Canadian
contingent returned on the Empress of  Britain  last evening the
band playing "0 Canada."   An
Immense crowd greeted their return. Among those with Sir Wilfrid Laurier on board were Sir
Frederick Borden, and Hon. L. B,
Brodeur.
Tragedy at Petrolia
Pelroha, Out., July 10.���William
Moore, tWenty-tWO, shot and killed
Mrs. Mary King, aged forty-live,
on account of jealousy. "Bad
company" was the reason he vouchsafed to the police when arrested.
Big Fire at Alymer
Ottawa, On.., July 10.���Fifteen
million feel of lumber were destroyed by fire at thc Ritchie
Lumber Company mill at Aylmer.
The loss is three hundred thousand
dollars.
TO SURVEY TERMINALS
Dominion Boat Takes Steps to
Push Hudson's Bay Progress
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Halifax, July 10.���The Government   steamer   Minto   left  this
afternoon on a surveying expedition to determine the appreoches
to Fort: Hill and other proposetl
terminals of the Hudson Bay
Railroad.
IsttdMandinwn^ia-A] '"". K""a ,,ut ,w*[viXcA 9oi,;  thc ���**���*��� 1 irem three and faur'telilxmonths"
have taken plots, ���i limK H, ,Wf���dy *?,""" ����,a,n',u,,1 but thc morc """rvatlve llnenl On Long Leave
Crafts , pie, literary and KtSoSn. I"���*' ,      y "'*   ,"" J.     mnnV.��1cturer" aWd aro willi"��     Alde���"* UoMu^ left for the
who wan, v.icmi.,,, |���m,.H    ,. Z 1      ", i,T TiSSlE ��2^11* ! "' " '*. ^ "^ ,,Ut ������'*""  **  *���    Camosun    Sunday
getting a living. lhat wi�� ^P mstead of hindering life anil rnc-thixl  and  build  up  for  them- morning   on   his   three   month'sl
The llOUSfl is used as an "inn " for il,. . -a.       T*" eny,ablc reputations rather leave of absence.   Alderman Kirk-
uu iioiim is ustti as an    inn,    lor the temporary accommodation than gather in  larae  orof'ttR in.lnm.lrU v,.,���    i ,   .       ,
only of visitors.    Those who like camping and wish to stay longer)^! inferior goods "    " |he will be'bac^ho'rt". H
SHERLOCK
HOLMES
The Greatest Fiction Character of" the Century Come to Life Again
A Great Chance
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Daily . .
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Readers
Sir Arthur Conan Dbyle will write two new adventures of
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The Daily News has joined a syndicate of leading newspapers of United States and Canada to induce Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle the author of thc famous Sherlock Holmes stories���thc greatest
detective stories ever written���to give to thc world two more of his
entrancing talcs of thc great detective's skill.
AH arrangements are now completed, the stories are delivered,
and at an early date to be mutually agreed upon, the stories will be
printed.   They arc called:
We have read these stories in thc proof, and they arc up to the
high standard of skill that the earlier stories set. Wc can say
no morc.
Thc Daily News has secured the sole right of publication for
the whole of Northern B. C. These stories can only be obtained
in the DAILY NEWS.
They will appear in both thc daily and weekly edition. They
will start in a few days time.
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Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE .-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
Thia is an excellent section and was one of the lir-st to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
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FREE
EMPLOYMENT
office    :    : (
Km- nil kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-
u-rs, ull kinds of laborers or me-
chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office  ���
Headquarters for cooks & waiters   j
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REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
TV Prim  Rupert Lodge, No. 31H, Sons of
11      i   ��� , m ��� ���- tin- iir*.i and third Tuesdays In
|*ii h month in thc Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
P. V. CLARK, Sec..
V. O. Box 812. Prince Rupert
Gasoline Laundie5,rn0dwc.B���oo".:
For Hire by Hour or Day
BOATS BUILT AND REPAIRBD ���
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l-IIONE 269 OREKN
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BILLIARDS
BOWLING, ..���������,
I#        4 Alleys. 7 Tables,    A Rood exercise.   A clean sport.   Ladles every
nfti>rnoon.     Newman Block, be*
tween 6th and 7th SU.
Tin MiiHRWON,    Proprietor and Manager
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little's NEWS Agency
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|CIQAR8   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
TO RENT
IComfortable 4-roomed Cottage  in  sec-
6,126.00,
18-roomed Cabin in seotion 1, |10.00.
FOR SALE
I Lot 4, block 6, Bee. 6, 11400, half cash.
|'"H_11  and  12,   block  28,   section 8,
. W60, half cash.
UiUSl and 22, block 24, Bection 8, ?600
1   pair, half cash.
I tl'. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
| St-contl Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furni.hed and
Steam Heated Room.
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATF.S 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
/
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMANS HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooma 50c
BEST IN  TOWN  FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch anil Meals at nil hours; Lunch ir..-.
Meals 25c up-Come anil See
YOU CAN OUT A SQUAB*! MBAL ANY TIMS
i; Rochester tv
;a Monroe
Ladysmith
L      '*'*- Coal
\.    Phone ii s
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and KMIIALMERS
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. near tith St. Phono No. 86
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w. j. McCutcheon ;
Carries complete stock of Druirs.   Special   ,
attention paid to Ailing prescriptions.      ,
!! Theatre Block phohs no. to Second Ave. !
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' = THE COSY CORNER - |
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OP   WOMEN     j
lfasj*a^aaM*aB\a>M*aa>aaBaja**a^
I i*��i. 11 *ea I > ���� 11 ->�� 11   **. I
ThiB is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of Bpecial interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticismB are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
SMART TRAVELING SUIT
A chic little suit, showing the
newest wrinkles in tailored model..,
is illustrated in the skecth. The
short stylish jacket and large
rovers are unusually good and the
skirt with the buttons at the side
illustrates the latest French idea.
The same model would develop
well in white serge, trimmed with
black and white or red and white,
if for the seashore.
CLEAR   OX   TAIL   SOUP
One of the Most Delicious and
Nourishing Soups Made
Clear oxtail is a delicious soup,
and is made in the following manner. Procure an oxtail, and ask
thc butcher to joint it. Put
it in a saucepan half full of cold
water, and just bring it to the
boil, then throw the water away.
Fry the pieces of tail in two
ounces of butter, and when a
good brown, wipe them with a
cloth wrung out in hot water, and
put them in a saucepan with one
quart of stock. The stock should
have been made the day before
with two pounds of lean beef and
two quarts of water, and must
be flavored with onion, carrot, a
little turnip, and celery. It must
also have been well strained and
entirely freed from grease when
cold. Boil up the stock and pieces
of tail, and add an union siuck
with two cloves, a carrot and three
sticks of celery, a bay-leaf, two
sprigs of parsley, two sprigs of
tarragon, 20 peppercorns, and season to taste wiih salt. Simmer
for one hour, and then remove
lhe oxtail and any trace of grease
that may have arisen. Mince
three-quarters of a pound of lean
beef, removing every particle of
fat or skin. Separate thc whites
of two eggs from the yolks, and
beat the whites to a froth in about
a teacupful of cold water. Crush
the shells, wash, and add them to
thc soup. Whisk the minced
meat and whites of eggs briskly
in the soup, then let it simmer for
ten minutes, when a good scum
will form on the tup. Strain
through an old serviette or kitchen
cloth which has been soaked in
boiling water to remove every
trace of soda. If tin- soup does
not run clear, pour it through the
filter once morc. Boil up the
soup, adding a wineglassful of
sherry or madiera and the pieces
of oxtail. A teacupful of soup
such as the foregoing is a valuable
stimulant.
WAY OF ENGLISH WOMEN
Their Natural Shyness Puzzles
the Women of Other Lands
The aloofness of the English
women is not due to dull disdain
of their fellow creatures, but to
a native shyness, which makes it
painfully difficult to expand ill
the presence of strangers.
AGerman lady came from Berlin
to London with a numln-r of
introductions. Some time afterwards one asked her how shi
fared. It appeared that her impressions were mixed. She pronounced the English an incomprehensible people. At first she
thought them the most brutal
race on carih.
The women to whom she had
introductions had received her with
an icy civility that chilled her
kindly soul. Their houses she
protested were less genial thin
her hotel. But then she had f-illen
ill. At once these distant, icy
dames descended upon her in a
lli ir nl of enthusiastic kindness. I
They enveloped her iii comfort
and affectionate attention. They
wore out themselves and all that
was theirs in her service. But,
when she was well again they
seemed to her curiously cold anil
reserved. She could not understand it. The suggestion that it
takes ten years for English *x*oplc
to liecome Intimate only bewildered
her further.
Last night the letter from lhe
Board of Trade regarding the
segregation of the Hydro-Electric
Scheme from the Water Supply
Scheme was read before the city
council.    Referred to committee.
SPECIAL
TODAY
Fresh Strawberries
..and Other Fruits..
..Fresh Vegetables..
FROM VASIION ISLAND
N.w Groceriea N.w Prorisions
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near ������ th St.
Phone 190
TROUBLE  IS FEARED
Orangemen at Hull Determined
to Hold Parade on the 12th
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 10.���Thc Hull Orangemen despite the prediction
of troubles with the Roman Catholics arc determined to parade on
the 12th. Arrangements have been
completed and a large force of
Orangemen will participate.
for moat delicious Bread,
Dalnly Biscuits, Ete., use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has It
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JFRED. STORK!
I -General Hardware��� i
T Builders' Hardware I
^ Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
Graniteware       Tinware *>
SECOND - AVENUE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office,
MUNRO  &  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of llnlisli Columbia of B.C.. Oalario, Sal
ami Manitoba Bare. katchewan  and Al
berta Ban.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlce���Eichansre block, rorner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Rupert. I
WM. S. HALL. L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation* skilfully treated. Gaa and
local ana.iln.ti.-s administered for the psinless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Oflire.:
IIcl.-cr.oii Block. Pnnce Rupert. 11-11
Alex.ls.Man.on ll,    w K Wllllama.li a . 1..1..1.
WILLIAMS   ��   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. BOX ��
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
( TEACHER OP SINGING
fumi. or sm. roxoN, no.., a.as.a.,"ion., bno
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
I I1UI.C A V'C CARTAGE and
UNUdAY J    STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ord.rs promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. RochMter, Centre SL    Pbone ea.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
E1iKlit.l1 and American Billiards
Twelve Tablci SECOND AVE*.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGOIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft KMHAI.MKU
rTTOCK OQtaWaaflfl PIIOHK 62
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ITEMS      OF     a    a
.SPORT;
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Mike Donlin, who is back with
the Giants, is being used as a
pinch hitler. Mike expects to be
in the regular line-up before long.
a*g   a-),  s-g
The Pittsburg club paid $2,500
dor shortstop Sovelin, who comes
from the Erie Q. and P. league
team.
at 0* a.
Baseball fans in several New
England league cities have been
handling the umpires pretty roughly this season.
**.***.*&
President Lindsay has suspended
Eddie Householder of the Victoria
team,   indefinitely   on   a   charge
laid by Umpire Steve Kane.
t*l   e*3  tOj
President Comiskey of the Chicago Americans has purchased Pitcher "Flam" Delhi, of the Los
Anglees Club. Delhi is reported
to be the pitching sensation of his
league.
ti t H
Stephen, \V. White, the Princeton College pitcher, has signed a
contract to pitch for the Boston
Americans and will report to the
team at once, according to President Taylor of the Boston team
White's home is Boston.
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Several business men of Cincinnati have subscribed 850 and
will wire thc money to Umpire
William Klein of the National
League in St. Louis. This money
is to pay his fine for striking
Manager Bresnahan of thc St.
Louis Nationals in Cincinnati.
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The interesting announcement
is made that Lord Desborough,
who is his day was one of the best
all-round athletes in England, will
visit Canada shortly and will
travel across the continent to
Vancouver. In his college days
when he was plain W. H. (ircnfi.ll.
he made some good records at
swimming, fencing and punting.
Writing to a friend in the west
Lord Desborough says: "1 am
glad lo see that Life Saving is
making such progress in Canada.'
He also adds that he will be in
the west in thc autumn.
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It would lie difficult to say what
Lord Desborough has not done
He has rowed from Oxford to
London in a day, stroked an eight
across the English Channel, won
punting and fencing championships, thrice climbed the Matter-
horn, shot in the Rockies, twice
swum Niagara, caught 100 tarpon
fish in three weeks in India, and
helped to make the Olympic Games
in London three years ago the
success that they were. He was
president of the British Olympic
council, and represents Britain
on thc International Oymypic
Committee.
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A lsixing contest, which in
reality was an unadulterated exhibition of slugging between Strcet-
er of Cranbrook and Dragon of
Ferule, was brought to a finish
in the ninth round thc other night
at Fernie by the counting out of
Dragon. From the Opera House
Dragon was conveyed to the hospital in a state of unconsciousness,
where it was found upon examination he had received injuries
affecting the brain, evidently a
clot of blood causing pressure
thereon. His pulse was far below
normal and his condition considered extremely critical. Later
he regained consciousness and more
encouraging hopes arc entertained
of   his   recovery    than   at first .
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,  Thursdays  and  Sundays
at 8 a.m.    Special  fare on  Sunday
boat,   $9.50 return including meals
and berth.
ss. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas  River,   Masaet,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Queen Charlotte Island points,  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays antl Saturdays,   1  p.m.,  returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
6.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over ita
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
^^s**^*s, B.C. Coast Service
BBt Famous  Princess  Line
**���** S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Friday, July 14th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
a  a a FOR ��� a a
HAZELTON
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
.Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
agent!
Phone 125      Naden Block      Second Are
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old office of Optimist, sell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Beat made In Seattle.   Fruit anrl Candy, whole-
aale end Retail. Look for Hush sitti. at nlffht.
SAM COWEN, Proprietor Phone 350
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All orders  received  at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge. I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. H. MORTON. Sec.
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ASK UNCLE JERRY...
.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
'���&U:3.8.��.3.3^
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
KiBpiox Valley LhiuIh       Porcher Island I,amis
Kitsumkalum.Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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PITHY PARAGRAPHS FROM
ALD. NEWTON'S SPEECHES
Outspoken Member of Council Did Not Mince Words
in Telling His Colleagues What He Thought of
the Way They Have Conducted the
License Affairs of the Town
Back to the Fray
"I am going in renew this attack tonight and I am not going
to lu- Induced t��> forego it."
Very Simple
"The object of amending this
by-law is simply in order to bring
intu effect an issue of bottle
licences,"
Helpful Council
"It uu.ins that the Licence
Commissioners have made up tlu-ir
minds to issue bottle licences in
thi-- city, but they have not been
Milan enough t.i gel these documents framed up in thc legal
tense, and now have tu go to the
council to pass a by-law to enable
them in have this dune."
Good Samaritans
"They sa> that this by-law is
in help Prudhomme. 1 think this
is just as tlinisv a> the contention
that it is to save the hotel keepers
from losing their licences.   I do
not think there is anything in it."
Crocodile Tears
"It is rather curious to hear
at this board, at this date, cx-
prcstions of sympathy with Alex
Prudhomme. It seems like the
shedding of crocodile tears. Still
it is .i might) good thing to sec
repentance even it repentance
comes late.'"
What About Mr. Brown?
"Hut why has n>>t some of that
contrite  -.pint   shown   in   dealing
with the Lottie applications of
Mr. Brown, Mr. Sutherland, and
Mr. Levi? These men wanted
bottle licences, and they did not
get them. If the move is sincere
why were not these other people
treated with some consideration?"
Might be an Extra
"The idea of giving these men
simie show is not on the programme."
Not   Pro Bono"
"The  whole  frame  up  of  this
bottle licence proposition is done
for self interest.  .    It is not done
for the good of the city."
A Legal Monopoly
"1 take still further objection to
the issue of bottle licences under
present conditions, because in issuing them we are creating a legal
monopoly."
One and One and One
"It is true that two* bottle
licences have been issued, but is
there ono of us here who believes
that two have been issued? In
practice there is only one boitle
licences in this city today. The
Commissioners have taken good
care to issue a bottle licence, and
to see that that bottle licence
secures a monopoly of all the
trade in the city. That is what
makes the thing so contemptible."
Pretty Raw Deal
"To go ahead and issue bottle
licences, and then see that those
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==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
The Insurance People
EVERY CLASS OF INSURANCE.    CUT OUR RATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone i:��l Third Avenue nnd Fulton St
THEY   WILL   REPAY   A
 a
~a���a-�������������� X
r
CAREFUL   1.1HIKING   OVER-
licenccs are absolutely in the hands
of one set of citizens is absolutely unfair. It is unfair to the
other applicants. It is unfair lo
the citizens."
In the Beginning
"I would like to start with the
commencement when Alderman
Hilditch became contractor for
the building which now houses
one of these bottle licences, and
also ni.ule the repairs necessary
for the second. Though these
licences' arc two in number they
are one."
i~
<,***, l.^ll'^ll^l|BaTfcl��Ba>a.).-*a��>��t**Ba��tr^�� T
Lost and Found       j
i.^ !..*>.,��*-..**.>., a* i .���aa^.^**-^"'^-" "** "**
FOUND-Purse containinK n inn "f u��""'>'-. *'"
ply l'rini-iiRiiiii'i'i General Hospital.    IB-la.
FOUND-Euroka Clcanlns and Pretiln*. 0"3"
puny. Men's suits oleanc-il und pr.'s-.*.! >'���"���'���
Ludies' suits pressed and cleaned, llry ���"���J*
initn specially. Room 13 W.'stenhaver BUHi
phono red IM. IB-MI
LOST-CO price coupons Issued by the P jrleM
Studio. These coupons will Is' i.ci-.-1't'-. '
presented liefore July Hid ul lhe 1 �������������*
Studio, Alder Block. "1-Wl
if*. aa,..a��^,,a. ,,^,1^11 a^., ^,a^a.t.-^a.-^a'^"^ '-**
l
For Rent
Step by Step
"1 will go a step further to the
time when your Worship had
occasion to go t<> Victoria. In
your absence instead of the senior
member of the council (I allude
to Alderman Smith) being moved
to be Acting Mayor during your c^yfura.,h���, ������������.
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainment*,
dunces, etc.   Apply J, H. Rogers, pbom ""���
Furnished I'.iltuire. modern cnvenienc.'S. for
Bummer months. Apply Mrs. Aider, -'rd A\...
opposite News Olllce. I.l-leu
Three-room Hat in Westenlmver Block, t2*> P<*r
month: lint in Clapp Uuildini-. SI': other lints |
and houses furnished nnd unfurnished.     Apply
Westenlmver Bros., phone 100. 14.-wi    I
Six-roomed House to rent; modern cunv.-niencei
Fruser St., Apply Director. Cohen & I >'.
Wanted -Small house, furnished or partly
ish��l.   State terms to Box H. Dully Nevvs.llu.tf
��� Commodious house, corner i'.lh Ave. snd Thomp-
���OS St.. furnished or unfurnished.     Phone ���***
|    or P.O. Box R88.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
MOM]    J "*���'    _
��11 SAVOY HOTEL
Stores anil ofl.CM for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green B. IJ.'-tf
Neatly Furnish.'. I Rooms;   .n-ntl* mon  pre for red.
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over HljMtiC Theatre.
l.tMni
Phone 2\*d if you want to rent a h.-use. furnished
or unfurnished, corner t.th Avo. and Thompson
Street.   All modern eonvenioncos.
Help Wanted
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
-LIQUORS.   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
.. .-       . . ., i: .,,,. ,.,l    Miners fat.Sil. Mucker. fcl
lusmess was disposed|  cr��.kc���pperc.   -
��� HERE ARF. THREE OF OCR SPECIAL LINES-
BtldWeiSer Beer, Wi are iole agenu for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guarantee*! to l.t* 12 years in the wood bt*fori* being bottled
Sol.' a>;enU for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
P...,   Ns.
P 0   In S77
-*fi
 ^^           Mrs.   It >wit, Somrrset
absence,  he himself moved  that    ��;�����";���. Third Av.nu��. i.-tvv-��-n seventh fand
Alderman Hilditch become Acting
Mayor. Later on I thijik it was
Alderman Smith who moved that
Alderman Hilditch also become
acting licence commissioner. Why
was Altlernian Hilditch particularly
chosen for licence commissioner?"
Star Chamber Work
"Things teemed to go very well
until all th
of ecxept the bottle licences.   Act .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
, > .. .    . ,,., ,.    ,   ' Two Rood Joiner, wanted.    Apply Pacific Con
ing Licence l-OmmiSSlOner Hilditch      struction Company. Dlk-byl-lund.    llT-ISo
seellleil Very anxious to stop there. ! Porter Wanted    Apply Tails,! Rooma. 2nd Ave.
144-tf
He  peremptorily  stand   that   th
Board   was   adjourn
wailing   for  the  oth
the adjournment.    Thai sunt _^^_^^^_^^_^^^_^^_^^__
ening the committee t<> inyesti-1 a fur t*mtjtattfMm ���*���*?���*���������. ��***am to iwsdy
. . , roomer*.   Kinir Oeorire Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
gate   the  engineering  di-panmcnt I:'-; -
was to have met lure.    I with t 1
oiher members of the committee j     Situations Wanted      (
Itrolled in here.    I  saw  the three l^.,^.^..^.^.^..^.^.^.^.^,^^
Fraser and Fifth St.
Th. only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In rooms. Best furnished house norlh of
Vsncouver. Rooma .lie
up. Phone 31. P.O.
BoxUD.      :      :      :
oHioonnurexxxxxx*"
Teacher wanted for the Pl rt Simpson I ublic
School. Salary ISO oar month. Apply to John
Denne, School Tru.tee. atinine attalnmenla and
enclose testlmoniala. IM-lm
Wanted 2o I.nl..rer��. Apply 1'acilic Coaat Construction Company. Diitliy Mind.        IS3-1.B1
tlirl wanted, immediately. for Uthl housework.
Apply Mrs. D. Cohen, oh.-   J l.Vi-tf
wanted at  Hidden
__.. Cooae llay. . T.ke S.S. Vads..
or Venture. :'-'f
mil   that    lhe   a,
led  not  even  \
lu-rs   lo  move j j
i       Boarders Wanted       I
no\*e ( I
. ev-l* ���
You'll be Late
For the train, boat or that appointment if you haven't the correct time. We are official watch
inspectors for the G.T.P.. therefore we keep all the standard
watches. We do repairs and
have everything in jowellry.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
xxxxttxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxo
The Working Man and The Salary Earner
Tin- working man. or the man earning a salary
should insure the continuation of his income by put-
tini; aside each month a stated sum. A Savings
Account would, independent of all other investments,
provi'lt- him with an income ia hit old age equal
to hit present salary.       ::::::
Safe Deposit Botes For Reol
4 Per Cent. Allowed on Deposits
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
-i i osn t\i nub
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
Style, Fit. . .
and Comfort
j This represents a combination very seldom found in
"Men's Wear," but a standard, by which Dr, Jaeger's   All   Wool Garments have won  for themselves a
national  reputation. H
Having just received n complete stock of these goods consisting of
the following lines, we shall he glad for you to call and inspect them:
I'ur"   Flannel    Shirts,
each .... 1.50
i' ���������  I iiitini'1 Pyjamas,
Mat  6.80
Light   Wciirtit    t'nder-
wear, suit ..   4.7G
Light   Weight    Unite<l
garm.-nts B.50
I Wo.,1   TalT,,u    ShifU,
1     �������<���*.       4.50
1     wm  8.00 !
.M-oiim, loiartu VIrK.���. .
1     *��ear, suit 475]
Medium weight United
garments, suit 6.00
Plain grey and white
Coat Sweaters $3.00, 4.50
Plain grey Coat Sweaters, navy and red
trimmings 4.50
��� Plain  grey  and  white
I     Polo   Sweaters	
1         B.50, 3.00, 5.00
\ Fringeil Kurb from	
1       6.00Up
I Fancv antl Black Wool
1     Sox, 45c, tVOc, 66c, 15c pr.
licence commissioners, City Solid-1
tor Peters, and Magistrate Carss,
who is of course Interested as
solicitor in the J. A, Smith application. They all went into the
Mayor's private office, ar.d then 1
did their private business. We
did ours in the Assessor's office."
The Real Issue
"I say, Mr. Mayor, thai tin
whole issue is not the matter of
thc issuing of bottle licences. Tin-
real issue before us is the question
arc we as a cotinci1 going to stand
by and condone work which looks
mighty suspicious to say the least
of it?"
Does It Look Right?
"We see Alderman Hilditch doing the work of a building which
is supposed to bo going tO get the
bottle  licence.    We  sn- him  in
his chair as Acting  Mayor.    Wc
see him as chairman of ihe Licensing Board. Does it look right'.
Does it look square to the other
applicants?"
Hilditch s Reply
'I do not Intend to reply to such
talk. Mr. Mayor."���Aid. Hilditch,
Position Warned In r��al eatate attic*. Small Hilary nnd communion. Fifteen year'i experience
travelling for a Chicago whuleaale grocery con*
corn. He-t -if reference. Addreti anawer to
J. L. I.onif, ?a>Mr*ih *tr*>et. Kdmunton, AIImtU.
1.7-14-
A -~
+~*~
For Sale
Befnre Imyirnr your Stove or Rang* ��e* A. J. ,
<. .  ..- 1  McHridr and l   f th Ave.     Cnk it'ovrt
fT-m -II. 1���-Mr.
Flrat i-liiM Itistimink* 11 itJM, ten room*, houtw** '���
keeplnir nml --r.. ������-. MWlff furnlahed. Price'
HQ0, Fur term* apply owner on prfiniaea, <
Drt'XL'l H'X'iiiiiik- Houm . 2nd Ave.        144-tf
i
+���
Business   Chances
Gra.l rri'.n.-y in Movlnir  Pletures.
Karl) to atari mc
n|..-r;     M rile I
Walertovvn. Wis
Karl) to start m..-.ini. I irlure .how  In  I'tlnee
ui��rt.   W rile me for particulars.    H; Davis.
Fire Insurance
^^ ���1
T1IK l.rni��h I'nlon and National Fire Insurance
Oompttiy of 1. -i��l*������ , HnxUnd. with capital
of KfiUl.Cm.aa Six- un for rate*. The Mack
Healt\ ami InNuraticeCofntianv. T<**tf
CReal Estate i j
�������*���*�����. r��-t>�� a *-sa>. I *.��*>. ���*-***>���>. ��*>*aMI'��*a��.l',*BB'.��*^*^*^al>
Vmi etn ��nirIte Adnv. We can ta#��11 >����u stood
lot-for.'*'.* n dny Phone ld-6 and let un join
forooa,   II. F. Mcllae A Co. iVt-lM
r
Over 10,000
PRESCRIPTIONS!
Have been dispcnsctl by ut
since we came to Prince
Kupert. This Is the best
testimony that our ......
DRUGS ARE PURE
and  that we are	
Specialists in Prescriptions
Everything that should be
in an up-to-tlatc druggists
store wc keep.    :    :    :
C. H. Orme
"THE PIONEER DRfCOIST"
Second Ave.        Phon* No. 82
Oh You Sniff Yacht!
Captain  Bablngton's  tender of
SHI.75   per   *.rip   for   towing   the
civic sniff yacht  out  to son, and
back   to  port   will  be  accepted
without   any   specified   period   of
time being mentioned. I-'. M.
Davis bid S'2") a trip. It is under*
stood that the city is to provide
a man to take command of the
sniff yacht and dump the cargo
in deep water. The launch men
want to keep well to windward and
tOW with a Very long rope.
Sweder Bros.
Beg to announce that they
have bought out the interest of Mr. Louis Kudnick
held in the litm of Rudnick
& Swi'th-r. custom tailors,
etc., and hope to be favored with thc patronage of
former customers.    :   :   :
...Helgerson Block
Sloan & Company
lab   ;iir..n!a  fr��   tlr     l.......r Ol.aa. a.        *~ ...        _W .
Hydro-Electric By-law
After some discussion of various
clauses In the Hydro-electric Bylaw with the city solicitor last
night the by-law was left in Mr.
l'.-ters' bands for the adjustment
if  one  or  two  clauses  before  it
rumen up (or further consideration
in committee of th
tbe    chairmanship
Douglaa.
a by-law to COVCr the oily scaveng
ing    arraiigi incllls.
Contractor Weston Is proceeding
with the scavenging business under
a provisional agreement.
S. ale,! Tenrtera addr**Mail lo lh* unrlerslerwarl
i.r. I ��� n.l-ra. I "Tender fur Public Hulldlna. Chilli week. B.C.," ��ill la- received at this ..Hire until
l.isip.m. on Monday. July 21th, 1911. for the construction of a I'.it.lic lluildine. Chllllwack. B.C.
Plan., stiecitlcatlon and form of contract can be
seen and f... ma of tender obtained at the office of
Mr. Wm. II.-.,-l.i .n. Resident Architect, Victoria 11 e al Ihe Post Office. Chilli... k. B.C..
and at this Department
Persona lenderlne are notified that tend-
er. will not he considered unl*BS made on the
l.rlnted forms supplied, snd slimed with their
actual sismstures. statine their occupstlons snd
i l.i" . of reskience. In Ihe case of Arms, th.
aclual .la-nature, the nature nf the occupation,
and place of reahlenee of each member of th*
lirm must be iris-en.
F.scli tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to
the nrder of the Honourable lh* Minister of Pub-
tie Works, eviual to ten per rent, of th* amount of
( the tender which will tie forfeited If lhe person
tenderinit decline lo enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fail tu complete Ihe work
contracted for. If the tender be not accepted
the cheque will be returned.
The llepartmenl does not bind !lselt lo accept
the lowest or any tender.
Ily order,
R.C. DESIIOCHER8.
Secretary
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa. June I". 1911
Newspaper, will not lap paid for this advertise-
a , , -,      menl if they Insert it without authority from
.MiallWllllO   the Department. ��� 1M-IM
Sole agents for Dr. Jtsegcr
���aa**e**a-a*B**-e��***>A
Sixth Street
Alder Block
Do You Know This?
Citlsens of Prince Rupert will
i pleased to learn that tht Acme
whole  underI Clothing  Store  have  m-curcd   the
f    Alderman I exclusive agent y for lln*' celebrated
 H 1 Slater Shoes.    A new consignment
 I has   just   been   received   some   ol
Scavenging By-law I which  are being tlisplayeil  in  the
Leave   wan   granlcil   /Milominn \ windows  ot   The   Acme   t'tothing
A BARGAIN
2 cleared and level lots, with house, on
9th Ave., for sale as owner is leaving the city.   Good  terms.
ALD. NEWTON
CONDEMNS PARTY
oor-VriNUED on page 4
then in a loud voice, "Mr, Mayor,
I am not going to lei Alderman
Hilditch bull-doze me."    (Cheers
from a fairly large audience).
"Scurrilous Curl''
Alderman Newton declared that
Alderman Hilditch in the absence
of the Mayor had been made first
Acting Mayor, and then after be
hud  got   his  hand   in.  served   as
acting licence commissioner, Loo.
"1 challenge that statement,
cried Alderman Smith.
"I deny it. It is a dirty, scurrilous charge, and he is a scurrilous
cur who would make it." exclaimed
Alderman Hilditch.
"Arc you going to sit there in
your chair and allow me to be
called a cur?" demanded Alderman
Newton of the Mayor who made
no move to call the alderman to
order. "I will stand for fair
criticism, but I will not stand for
language like that1," (Cries of
"Hear! Hoar!" from the crowd).
The Mayor ruled that Alderman
Hilditch ought to withdraw thc
term. Ho did so. "1 withdraw
tho word cur," ho said, "but I
do it with a very bad grace."
(Loud laughter greeted this self
evident fact).
Studied Inaction
Alderman Smith was charged
by Alderman Newton with having
taken part the night before the
last sitting of the licensing commission) in a frame up by which
though he himself took no action
in the matter at the open sitting
of tlu* board, still ensured the
granting of the Imttlc licence to
J. Arthur Smith, his brother.
Alderman Smith in denying thi
declared that ho had endeavored
to persuade his brother not to
apply for the licence at all. Aid
erman Newton further declared
that ihe whole city is well aware
that Alderman Smith really controls the other bottle licence granted, dial is. the "1. 2. .\." store.
This was not s'H'eilically denied.
Mayor Voted for By-law
Owing to iho absence from the
city of Alderman Kirk|iatrick and
Altlernian Morrissey the council
consisted of but six members and
the Mayor. Throe members, Alderman Kerr, Aldennan Smith,
and Alderman Hildiich wore for
the passing of the By-law. The
other  three  Aldennan   Newion,
Aldennan Douglas, and Alderman
Clayton were against it. Tin-
Mayor's casting vote was therefore required if the by-law was to
l>ass. When the motion for the
passing of the by-law through
Committee of the Whole was put
the Mayor voted for the pawing.
Alderman Newton's amendment
that the by-law "be given a hoist
for six months and killed deader
than a door-rail," was lost. The
By-law has now passed its third
reading, and after a period of
twenty-four hours has to lie re-
considered before its final adoption. On Wednesday night the
council will moot again for this
purpose.
Question of Fairplay
Alderman Kerr protested very
strongly al last nighi's meeting
that his sole pur'tosc in introducing the By-law was in order
to (jive Alt x I'riidlioinino a square
deal. Al ihis statcniciii Alderman
Niwto.i sneered, remarking that
it was a strargc thing that such
a sudden fit of contrition had
befallen the council even while
it was yet in the midst of Appeal
Court proceedings ..gainst the decision granting Prudhnmme the
licence.    He wondered why they
were not as desperately anxious
to  lie   strictly   fair with   Austin
Brown,Sutherland,and oven Julius
Levi.   Ho mistrusted this contrite
repentar.ee on the part of tin
Licence Board and its supporters
on the council.
Charged by Aldennan Kerr with
having himself supported the VOt*
ing of $50 towards the coats of
the npix-.-il against I'rtidhominc,
Alderman Newton declared that he
had made his position quite clear
at the time. He condemned the
Licence Commissioners, but defended the principal that numi-
cipal authorities should not be
over-ruled by the powers without.
If  So,  Why So?
Chief Vickers" request thai some,
thing be done to abolish the
curtained off boxes in restaurants
and hotels came before il���. ,,���m
last night, and was laid
mil
ver l���r
a week after some discussion during which Aldennan Douglas tie.
dared that gambling was worse
than the private boxes was nl.
lowed to go on in the city, and
asked why?
For Fire Dept.
Fire Chief Mclnnis has an.
preached the council with a View
to having two call nun engaged,
The lire committee have th,- mattcr
before them.
More Water Warners
A request for the extension ol
the water pipe to a point mar
Hays Creek have Aldennan Newton an opening in council last
right to ask that efforts be made
to carry the water still further
to residences beyond the creek
which are anxiously awaiting it,
The incident was taken as an
argument if favor of hurrying on
the Hydro-Electric Scheme,
City Weigh Scales Site
City Engineer Davis has suggested that since it is Impossible
yet to find out where the C T, P,
Company intend placing ilu-ii tie-
pot, etc., the city weight scales
should be placed at a point on
the Ci. T. P. reserve near Fifth
street. This place if approved
meantime by the C>. T. P. officials,
Left to the department of public
works.
None Too Soon
A by-law to deal systematically
with the control of infectious
diseases in the city was introduced
at last night's council by Aldennan
Newton. While there are few
cases of infectious complaints in
Prince Rupert, and the Medical
Health Officer's report last night
was again an excellent one, tin-
precautions proposed by Alderman
Newton come none too soon in
the ligln of the fact that an ounce
of prevention is bettor than a ton
of cure wiih epidemics,
Exclusive Here
YOU can now got Slater Sinus
at The Acme Clothing Sinn-,
Second avenue.
Inlander for Upriver
This morning the S.S. Inlander
left fully loaded for upriver. R.iil-
way rivalry has greatly reduced
the river boat traffic at Prince
Riqiert now, but the Inlander is
still kept busy.
For rent after July ..1st. lament in Helgerson Block no*
occupied by William Giant. Apply
(). M. Helgerson, Ltd.
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c, lee Cream
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20ft
Ice Cream 25c pint, 50e quart-
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druggist.
Phone 82.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the many
friends for their kind ath ntgl
to our beloved father, I' �����
Scott, and also to us in our ...Miction.
ROSE SCOTT.
LILLIE SCOTT,
[Hilditch   last  night   to   introduce)Store, Second avenue.
_ .   JOHN DYBHAVN
P.O. Uo�� 757 Pattullo Block
After the stonn had subsided forf.j^ttytMMIJJg'S
I, ��.       , ,._      ���.*      ... S.       . *��a   a . -a.a    .a       J, Ml.-ot    .**   "     -a
a spell, it broke out afresh just
liefore midnight, and an adjournment had to be called to end the
wrangling (or the night.
-ALL KINDS OF
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Muffs, Etc
BrtRTWORWEN     CHARGES aW"1^11
WORK CUARAHTEED
Vincoarer Far Dressing Coflijaw
1843 Granville St.       ������������� ''  '
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE*
8ke��na Und District��� District oljCoaal ��� gg-
Taka notlc* Ihst llsnry Macarln-l ��   J|ip|y
Rupert, n. C , occup.tion miner.  nl��",'',,-cribes
lor iB-rmlatlon to purchase the lollowins
:i-ulh
IU confluence with the Skeens Blaef a"        ���o
1-2 miles wsst from Kichumsik. tap';". '"*������ SO
ehslns north, thsnee 40 chslna ��""l',"-nin'
chains south, th.nce 40 eh.lns essl >" iM
enmm.ncem.nl,   eontslnlni   820   BCr��      ^^^
laas.   Poat marker) "H.M. &W. ��w.    ...eaji-Y
Dated April R, mil.     ""��"* "AOAi"
Pub. Acrim.
Tint o.'
mor. 1
IIF.N11Y MAI"4"

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