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JUL 2719
VOL. H. NO. 164
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, July 22. 1911.
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Igeneral strike proposed
to favor mcnamara bros.
Western Federation of Miners Have Proposed to Call a
General Strike on the Day Los Angeles Trial
Opens���Will Give Financial Aid to
Accused.
Butte, Montana, July 22.���Whe-
ln*r an indefinite general strike
kluill lie dedared by the Western
Federation of Miners on the day
j McNamara brothers go to
I rial in 1 -os Angeles or whether
���t 24-hours strike should be called
Las die resolution which agitated
tin- morning session of thc con-
kfiiiiiiii ul the Western Federation
\A Miners. Many delegates were
tm favor of declaring a general
itriki-, compelling the American
federation of Labor to follow their
i.ul. The Canadian delegates
���tin* opposed.
Might be Misunderstood
Delegate Fluent of die Butte
local took  the stand  that if a
strike was declared on the day of
lhe trial it would  lie practically
nn admission on the part of die
ri>'ii linn that the McNamaras
k't-ri- guilty. Many delegates contended that a general strike was
|iii-*> >v.il ill*. The session adjourned
ki mum without having disposed
H ilu* report of the special com-
piiiii-e nn the McNamara matter.
To Subscribe Funds
In die report, the special com
mittee recommended the immediate forwarding to the American
Federation of Labor of the equivalent of an assessment of 25
cents per capita, the pledging of
moral and financial support and
the favoring of a general strike
if the American Federation calls on
them.
KEEL AND STEEL
Passengers by the "George" and
For Up River by Train
Ty the S.S. Prince George this
morning there arrived the usual
crowd of first class passengers
and a large number of second
class passengers. Heavy freight
was landed. The train for Copper
City pulled out on time with many
passengers for up river points,
Since the ballasting of the track
near the waterfront the line looks
substantial ;"d uui .ertly confidence ir spirit g. The trains make
good lime upon it, pulling ou!
Wednesdays and Sautrdays at 1
p.m., and arriving Thursdays and
Sundays a little after five p.m.
I1ND00R BALL LEAGUE TO
START GAMES NEXT WEEK
Six Teams in Line-Up for the League���Two to Complete���Part of the Gate Money To Go To a Fund
for Getting an Athletic Park
Prince Rupert Indoor Basel-all
II.i'.'Kiir is fairly getting into its
Itriilt* now. Half a dozen live
Itf.uiK four of which are perfectly
l**rg.'iiisii|. and Wo of which are
li" In- complete in a couple of
I'll*-*, are included in thc League
llim-iip     These   teams  arc:    the
|k">.ii Blue Ribbons, the Brother-
lhi��.| t r, Mints, the Comets, the
���QuiU-drivcra, ihe Kaien Island
I Hull, and   the  Empress   Hotel
j'-.tni.    The  two last  named  are
lii'ii yu completely organised, and
I" Would  assist   their  organisers,
1 Mr.   Hm   Self   at   the   Empress
IHotel, ,������1   Mr.   Leo  Waugh  at
I11"'   K.iiui   Island   Club,   if   the
j miii Interested  in  making  good
I-,v l teams of these, would drop
j��round and have a talk with the
I organisers over the week-end.
First of Schedule
By vote of the representatives
"' 'li' teams at last night's meeting
Iln -he police court room, thc first
<��( ill. schedule was put in shape.
Hi'' In si nights for play and for
were decided as follows:
K''""-   Tuesdays and Thursdays;
J *;''1' ' '���   Mondays  and   Wedncs-
1 (also on Sundays and after
'''   P*m.   on   other  days.)   Thc
Auditorium will undoubtedly be
V    "'"   of  tht-   first  matches,
'" ���"J*1' there is a possibility that
"" Kaicn Island Club gymnasium
also Ik- the scene of some
���w James. Following lithe sched-
������<������-�� far as could be arranged last
"���W I lama Tuesday night, Cres-
'"'-^'sus Royal Blue Ribbons.
s">.'l Game, Thursday night,
7'   '''���Misyuilldrivcrs.
1,1 fore these games are played
���������<��� two other teams will be
'"J"1'1""' "id their places on the
M,"'li'l-<'..��� 1���. definitely set.
An Important Motion
'Huding   the   disposition   of
Kate-drawings an  important
motion was drawn up aril carried.
It is as follows: "Moved by Missrs
Ramsay and l-.viit, that the clubs
receive fifiy per cent of all receipts over one hundred paid
id-missions, and that the said
moneys Ik- deposited in a Trust
Fund under control of the Board
of Directors, and that die Rink
MaiiKigciiv.nl supply all bats, balls,
bases, and keep lhe building in
repair with necessary fixtures,
screens, and ligluing to the satisfaction of the playing clubs. Further, th&t passes be supplied for
twenty players and two umpires
for each game, and thai the representatives of the clubs collect
all tickets at the door."
Of the greatest possible interest
io all lovers of sport in the city
is the fact that the object of the
clubs'   arranging   to   have   fifty
per cent of the gate money after
a hundred paid admissions, is
that a nucleus fund may be formed
towards the establishment in Prince Rupert of an outdoor athletic
park.      It  is known that several
members of the cky council are
interested in this. Many prominent citizens approve of lhe plan
warmly. The Mayor has shown
his intensl by presenting tin-
League Cup* The boys have no
doubt that the citizens will help
wiih record gates at the matches.
Press is Thanked
Mr. George Tite made a popular
president at last night's meeting,
aid   Mr.  W.   I).  Vance  acted  as
secretary.    Before   the  meeting
adjourned Messrs. Ramsay and
Bri'.U moved a hearty vote of
thanks lo the press for the cordial support given in the organising of lhe Prince Ruperl Indoor Baseball League.
Mr. T. Donelly arrived by thc
Prince George this morning. He
was accompanied by his wife.
MAKES A SAW-OFF
WITH THE C.P.R.
Coquitlam Grants a Fixed Rate
of Taxation for Ten Years on
Condition the Company
Spends $250,000
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 22.���The municipal council of Coquitlam has
agreed to fix the rate of taxaiion
for the C. P. R.'s recently acquired
012 acres at S1530 a year for ten
years, on condition that the railway company spends 1250,000 on
improvements to the property with
in two years.
THREE RECORDS
WERE SMASHED
Athletic Talent at Manitoba
Championships Set New Marks for One Mile and Five
Mile Runs and One Mile
Walk.
Winnipeg, July 22.-Three records were smashed at the Manitoba Amateur Athletic Association
championship miet on Thursday.
Joe Keeper, in the five mile race,
covered the distance in 20 minutes
11 8-6 seconds.
I-.. J. Webb, the English champion walker, gave the big crowd
of spectators a chance to cheer
when he romped home in six
minutes 51 seconds. This is slow
lime for Webb but il broke the
record by nearly half a minute.
Tom Slight, the old record holder,
finished second.
Joe Beckett also a'elele-el a record to the list in lhe mile event
which he covered in four minutes
.18 2-5 seconds, Blair, the old
record holder, was in second place.
Rev. Father Hartmann returned
to the city by thc S.S. Prince
George this morning. He is optimistic regarding the prospects of
his Naaa colonisation scheme.
HE WAS LOADED
WITH JEWELS
Gaekwar of Baroda Outvied All
Comers at the Coronation.
London, July 21.���The Gaekwar
of Baroda, thc famous chief of
the fighting Sihks, continues to
attract a great deal of attention
at the Capital. Al the Coronation of King George and Queen
THE GAEKWAR OF BARODA
Mary he created much comment
by reason of his lavish display of
jewelry.
The Gaekwar is a native prince
of India and intensely loyal to
Great Britain. He owns jewelry
estimated to be worth 11,800,000.
While it is ini|Kissihle for him
io adorn himself with all his
gems, he asionislus Grcat Brit.-nti
and outshone British nobles by
wearing the Star of the South,
the Akbah Shah, and lhe Eugenie,
three diamonds weighing respectively 125 carats, 74 carats and
51 carats, besides many other
jewels of lesser importance.
GRAIN COMPANY
GOES BROKE
Pacific Grain Company of Winnipeg Closes Its Doors -Manager Has Disappeared.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July 22. The Pacific
Grain Company, Limited, which
suspended business yesterday, has
turned its business over to other
brokers, both in Winnipeg and in
Chicago, where the company did
business on lhe Chicago l!>>ard of
Trade, Owing to the disappearance of its manager, the company
advised iis customers yesterday
to protect their trade.
WINNIPEG MAY
BUY RAILWAY
Sir Wm. Mackenzie Offers to
Sell Winnipeg Electric May
be Taken Up.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, July 22.���The dty
council of Wiiii.i|K-g is content-
plating the purchase of the Mackenzie and Mann holdings of
\Yi'U'i|R*g Electric at S250 pur
share. The cnni'iany is capitalised
at $1:1.000.000. and owns a power
plant at Lac tlu Bonnet, ihe street
railway, and gas and electric light-
ii-g pl.int. The council decided
thai lhc price asked is fair. If
the audit of the company's books
show seven per cent profit on the
purchase price the deal will go
through,
BUILDING PERMITS
The building permits for thc
week include plans for two new
stores to be built by Munroe &
Robinson on Third avenue between Fifth ar.d Sixth sreets to
cost $0,500, and lhe remodelling
of a building on an adjoining lot
at a cosi of about 11,000. They
will Ik- built right away.
MILLIONS TO BE SPENT
ON WORK AT GOOSE BAY
General Manager Sylvester and Treasurer Wooster of
the Granby Company Tell of the Company's
Plans���Will Build Smelter There, and Develop 3,000 Water Power at Once
Vancouver, July 21.���That several millions of dollars are to be
spent in the development of the
property of the Granby Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.,
Ltd., at Goose Bay. Observatory
Inlet, Portland Canal district, in
the course of the next few years,
is the announcement of Mr. ,F
M. Sylvester, general manager of
the company, and Mr. George
W. Wooster, treasurer, who are
row at Vi'iicouver.
Will Do Smelting
The company intends to not
only open up its own property
aud buy additional claims, but to
establish a large smelting (trade
as well. At Goose Bay there is
already a twenty-drill compressor
which the concern intendi to add
to Immediately. Pi-.*rs, wharfs,
roads and a saw mill of 40,000 feet
capacity arc under const met ion
now and will Ik- completed in
the course of the next few months.
In speaking of the project Mr.
Sylvester said:
Ideal Smelter Site
"There arc a great many things
to be considered in the location
of a smelter of which the site is
probably the most important. In
this connection Goose Bay is almost ideal as it is accessible to
the vast mining territory of the
nonh and is also but a short
distance from the Hidden Creek
group of copper claims which are
owned by the Granby Company.
Will Spend Millions
"In developing these properties thc company intends to spend
a large sum of money. There are
already eighty men there and
more arc to be employed soon.
Of these miners who are on thr-
clainis now, nearly all are picked
men from the company's mines
at Phoenix.
"We are now putting in a
Conveyor anil tram line from the
minis io tide water, a distance of
about three miles. This will connect directly wiih lhe smeller. In
addition a water power is being
developed and it will in the eoursi
of nine or ten months develop
3000 horsepower."
SCAVENGING MONOPOLY CAUSE OF INQUIRIES
SAYS THE NORTHERN PACK
IS NOT LARGE THIS YEAR
Statement of Mr. W. H. Barker, manager of the B.C.
Packers' Association, Who Has Just Completed
Trip to the Canneries   Sockeyes Away
Behind, But Runs May Improve
Vancouver,  July   22.���"I   esti
mate that the pack of all kinds
nf fish in Northern British Colutn-
ii.i    waters   is   not   more    than
120.000 cases io date," today
declared Mr. W. II. Barker, general manager of the British Columbia Packers' Association, who
returned   ibis  morning   from   an
Citizens Complain That They Do Not Know What the Correct Prices Are and that deven-day tour of the northern
Overcharges are Being Made���Correct Scale of Prices is Herewith Given
Again and again during the
past few days lhe Daily News has
been asked to voice lhe bewilderment of many citizens in regard
to lhe working of the city scavenging system now bring operated
by Contractor J. G. Weston. Particularly strong emphasis has been
laid upon ihe matter of the scale
of prices for removal of household refuse, and lhe question is
asked: "Is any regular scale of
fees in force? If so, what are the
fees?"
The Proper Scale
According to the Mayor, the
scale of fees for household
scavenging under which the
present provisional scavenging
contract in Prince Rupert is
being worked is as follows:
Residences of two rooms and
under, for night soil and garbage, per month, in all, 50
cents.
Residences of three rooms
and over, for night soil and
garbage, per month in all, 75
cents.
For hotels, rooming houses,
restaurants,   offices,   etc.,   the
price is per 15 gal.  can, and
varies from 10 cents to 50 cents.
Comes Up on Monday
This scale is not actually passed
by the council, but it is very
certainly understood to be the one
under which thc provisional con
tract is being worked until the
by-law   passes  the council.    The
by-law comes up on Monday
night. It is still in Committee of
the Whole s.age. An amendment is being included in it to
the effect that all dispnles in
regard   to   lhc  SOjdfl of  prices or
other mailers affecting ilu* scavenging shall be referred lo the
Medical Health Officer for settlement.
Some Misunderstandings
Attempts io find out from the
scavengers what payments are necessary have led sonic cilizens lo
form lhe idea lhat it will cost
at least VI per nionili to employ
ihe contractor, and the attitude
of Alderman 1 )��mglas in demanding
the  right   for  cilizens   to destroy
rubbish themselves Indepcndcni of
the contractor is spprovi .1.
Some Recorded Instances
Incidents like the following -ire
being recordiil: A hi.iiscwife in
doubt about the fees, askul the
scavenger what the charges wen*.
"Fifty Cents ii call," was his reply.
This would work out al 13 a month
for the house in question. Another
woman was disturbed by the si avenger wiih lhe demand that she-
should   show   lhe   rceipl   for   the
List scavenging services rendered
or have the accumulated refuse
left, iin-remov.d. The fees had
been   paid;    the  receipt  mislaid.
When told this lhc scavenger is
said  to have replied  "Will,  you
had better pay me for the last
work or the new work can't be
dune."
Bad at Before
I'mlcr ihe old scavenging system there was sometimes difficulty about the prices charged.
Then: let mill to be a big variation
in the scale of fees in the same
district, even lictwe-en next eloor
house's.   One woman was charged
$1.50 for scavenging.  She learned
thai for the same service her
neighbor paid only $1. She held
out f��ir paying only a dollar
herself, ilid so. and received a
receipt  for SI.25 over which  she
issiill puzzling.   Considering that
lhe prtsuil system was placed in
the hiirels of J. G. Weston by the'
city council with die Intention of
improving such  irn gularitics.  the
ddsens finding the same old diffi-
ciiii j, s, are naturally innoyed.
Who Supplies Receptacles?
Another matter which is puzzling some cilizens is lhc question
"Who is to supply the garbage
cans?" Is the contractor supposed
to  furnish  these-, or is it up to
each householder <" provide his
own?    It is understood  that a
metal worker in town made a sci
of cans on spec, believing he-
could dispose of them to the
scavenging contractor.
cases of Sockeye packeel is fully
thirty per cent less than last
ye-ar at this time, but last year
the run of Sockeye on that stream
was very' large. Whin we left
the Ske-ena the run of Sockeye
was Improving anel thc eanners
hope for a good year. At Rivers
Inlet the weather has been against
good fishing, but when the recent
Improvement of conditions the mn
at lhat poinl is improving. At
Bella Coola resiilis have not been
as good as last year, and at Kams-
i|iiii ihe run of Sockeye has been
very |MKir. At Alert Bay results
have beet) only fair.
plants operated by his company.
Mr.  Biirker made the round  trip
on ilu steamer Venture In company
with Mr. William Murray, manager of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce and a director of the
Briiish Columbia Packers' Association.
Weather Not Good
"The pack of all kinds of
salmon in lhe north so far this
sea si m can nol be termed large'���
it is merely a good start," con-
tiiuied Mr. Barker. "Till about
ten days ago conditions were much
against good fishing, but since
that time the Weather has become warmer anil the prevailing
winds favor the progress of the
fish Io lhe rivers.
Lots of Spring Salmon
"The run of Springs this year
has been ilu largest iu the history
of the northern Canneries, ard the
fish have been of excellent quality,
I have a theory that the cver-
ircrcasing runs of Springs on the
Skeena River may in great measure
be due to ilu* fact ihat for many
years lhe hatcheries of Oregon
have been turning out millions of
Springs and we may now be
receiving soiue benefit in Nortlurnl
[Briiish Columbia from ibat wink.'
Sockeyes are Behind 1
"Sockeye  fishing  in   the  north I EMPRESS THEATRE. Second Ave."
is away behind this year.    1 elidl    Plcturea and Music, 7.30 p.m.
not.  visit   ilu-  Naas,   but   1   wasl MAJEST1C THEATRE, Third Ave;
Informed   that   results   there  had!   pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
not   been   as  good   as  last  y*-'-ir*l pHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
On   thc  Skeena   the   number   oil   Pictures snd music, 7.30 p.m.
Rupert's Athletic Pastor
By the Prince George this morning Rev. W. II. McLeod returned
to the city.   He will be Welcomed
back by  the boys of the  Indoor
Baseball League,   Rev. Mr. Me-
I.e-od will preach at the usual
Sunday services tomorrow, but
ihe Baptist congregation has now
left the Oreiivflle Court place of
worship and tht services on Sunday
will be held in the more roomy
Mclntyre Hall.
Lost For Many Years
Years of misery can be saved
by wearing our footwear. Are
you wearing it? If not, get busy
and see Scott, Froud & Co.
Where to Go THE   DAILY NEWS
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Saturday. July 22
"FAIR WAGES" AND THE GOVERNMENT
The visits of Mr. J. D. McNiven of Ottawa, "Fair Wages Officer"
for the Dominion Government, who is in town today, are usually
lookeel upon as heralding the drawing up of specifications for impending
public works. Whether this is the case at prese-jit, Mr. McNiven of
course declines to state.
Mr. McNiven, who is attached to the Department of Labor, has
a unique position. He travels from place to place reporting em labor
conditions, so that when tlie Dominion Government architects elraw
lip specifications for public buildings, they are able to insert clauses
defining what hours of labor shall be worked, anel what rates of pay
shall Ih- guaranteed for the workmen. These figures are baseel on the
reports of Mr. McNiven as to living conditions anil fair wage rates
in the various districts, on which the Government insists on independent reports.
The value of such an officer is very great, where immense contracts
arc being given out. It was the absence of such provisions in the
contract which the Provincial Government le-t for the public school
in Prince Rupert, which led to trouble between the contractor and
labor unions as io the length of the working day. Instead of letting
thc contractors and the labor unions figlu the matter our, ihe Dominion Government specifies the "fair wage" e*onditions, thus guaranteeing thc workmen fair treatment, anil assuring the contractor immunity from increased liability where the rate of wages or the length
of the working day alters during the lifetime of a contract.
When .Mr. McNiven or thc Government gets tire-el of thc title
of Fair Wages Officer, thc News suggests that he be calle-d the
"Square Deal" officer.
turn up at the tour of inspection of the water supply of the city Oil
Wednesday, after having drawn the council's attention to the need
of looking into the question.   He did not swallow his own tirade.
But worst of all was a third alderman. Not only did he not heed
Alderman Clayton's eloquence upon the water shortage! not only
did he absent himself from the tour of investigation lor water; hi'
actually spent his time, and a considerable quantity of the city a
precious aqua pura, in squirting drinking water from a I'i'1' hose
on to his back veranda, While the Mayor and "Douglas, tender and
true" were toiling through the bush and alo,.b the creeks, this particular alderman was emulating the example of the steamboat captain
whom Alderman Clayton so soundly condemned.
li would be cruel to mention the names of the three aldermen.
But perhaps our faithful Douglas will take him to task about ii on
Monday night.
pEMlSCIMJLSHERLOCK HOLMES
THE ADVENTURTornKDEVIL'S FOOT
NOTES DUE
Mr. Walter Nichol, publisher of the Vancouver Province, was
a visitor to Prince Rupert during the week. There will be no excuse
now for the Province to make any mistakes about Prince Rupert's
weather.
The British House of Lords allowed the Lords' Veto Bill to pass
its third reading in the Upper Chamber without a division. This
is not a sign that the peers could not tolerate the prospect of live hundred new Liberal peers. It is a sign that the wives of ihe piers could
not tolerate the prospect of five hundred new Liberal peeresses.
That story of the sniff yacht's terrible experiences out at sea
brings home the need for the council to bring in a Sniff Yacht By-law
as an amendment to the Scavenging By-law, instructing the crew
of the sniff yacht what to do in the hour of peril.
In the me-antimc, the crew should stantl well to windward boil)
coining anel going. At the first sign of seasicknessk, the crew should
be instructeel to sit down and rest under a tree, until the motion
passes. As a signal of distress, a bucketful of garbage upside down
at the top of the mainmast would be effective.
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A CASE OF   THREE IN ONE
Thc hot weather of thc last week has been provocative of a gooel
ileal besides perspiration and diirst. In Prince Rupert it helped the
gaiety of nations considerably.
There was an alderman for instance, who tiradeil on Monday
night alioiit thc need for attending to the water supply of the city
for fear of a water famine. He strongly eensureel the action of a
steamboat captain at lhe wharf who after filling his water tank and
fire buckets with city drinking water, turned ihe hose pipe on his
vessel's decks, anel washed his lxiat elown with the precious fluid.
Then there was another alderman in the city who neglected to
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WHOLESALE
Fishing Tackle
Sporting Goods
Everything that should be in a
first class Hardware Store
you will find
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Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Company
THIRD AVENUE
PHONE 120
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PART II.
BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
right, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
sented the intrusi
The lodger occupied two rooms
at the vicarage, which were in an
angle by themselves, the one above
the other. Below was a largish ting-room; above, his bedroom.
They looked out upon a croquet-
lawn which came up to the windows. We had arrived before
the doctor or thc police, so thai
everything was absolutely undisturbed. Let me describe exactly
the scene as we saw it upon that
misty March morning. It has
left an impression which can never
be effaced from my mind.
The atmosphere of the room
was of a horrible anil depressing
stuffiness. The servant who had
first entered had thrown up the
window, or it would have been
even morc intolerable. This might
partly be due to die fact that a
lamp stood flaring and smoking
on die centre table. Besiele it
sat the dead man, leaning back
in his chair, his thin beard projecting, his spectacles pushed up
on his forehead, and his lean, dark
face turnexl towarels the window
anel twisted into thc lame elis-
tortion of terror which had marked
thc features of his ele-ad sister.
His limbs were convulsed and his
fingers contorted, as though he
had dieel in a very paroxysm of
fear. He was fully clothed, though
there were signs that his dressing
had lieen done in a hurry. We
had already learned that his bed
had been slept in, and that the
tragic end had come to him in
the early morning.
One realized the red-hot energy
which underlay Holmes's phlegmatic exterior when one saw the
sudden change which came over
him from the moment that he
entered the fatal apartment   In
an instant he was tense and alert,
his eyes shining, his face set, his
limbs   epiivering   with   an   eager
activity. He was out on thc
lawn, in through the window,
round the room., and up into
the bedroom, for all the world
like a dashing foxhounel drawing
;i cover. In the bedroom he
made a rapid east arounel, and
ended by throwing open the window, which appeared to give him
some fresh cause for excitement,
for he leaned out of it with loud
if i
ejaculations of interest and delight.
Then he rushed elown the stair,
out through the open winelow,
threw himself upon his face on
the lawn, sprang up anil into die
room oni-e more, all with thc energy of die hunter who is at the
very heels of his quarry. The
lamp,   which    was   an   ordinary
standard, he examined with minute
care, making certain measurements
upon its bowl. He carefully scrutinized with his lens the talc
shield which covered the tops of
the chimney, anel scraped <iff some
ashes which adhered to its upper
surface, putting sonic of them into
an envelope, which he placed
in his pocketboolc Finally, just
as the doctor and the police official
put in ;in appearance, he beckoned
to the vicar and we all three wenl
out up.iii the lawn.
"I am glad to say that my
investigation has not been entirely
barren," he remarked,   "I cannot
remain to discuss die matter with
lhe police, but I should Ik* cx-
cccelingly obliged, Mr. Roundhay,
if you woultl give the inspe-ctor
my compliments and dire-ci his
attention to the be-elriKim window
and to thc sitting-room lamp.
Knch is suggestive, and together
they arc almost conclusive. If
die police would desire further
information I shall be happy to
see any of them at the cottage.
And now, Watson, I think thai
perhaps we shall lie better employed iIm where."
Ir may be that the police rc-
��n of aii amatutt
or that they imagined themselva
tO be Upon some hopeful lint* ���[
investigation;    but   it   i��� n.ru^
that wc heard nothing Irom them
for the next few days,   Durir,**
this time  Holmes sp.iu wme ������   |
his time   smoking   and   reading
in   thc  cottage;   but  a greater
portion on country walks which
he undertook alone, returning after many hours without remark
as to where he had been.   Out
experiment   served   to  show me
the line of his investigation,  He
bail bought a lamp which was the
duplicate of thc one which had
burned in the room of Mortimer
Tregennis on the morning ol thc
tragedy.   This he filled with the
same   oil   as   that   used  at  the
vicarage, anel he carefully timed
thc  period  which  il  would lake
to  be  exhausted.    Another tx*
pertinent which he made was o(
a more unpleasant nature, ar.d one
which   I   am   not   likely  ever to
forget.
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First Class Cedar Doors, W&VEtt**, 1.00
Crystal Rock Plaster, per ton     -     - 13.00
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All Prices Include
Delivery to any
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Tacoma Hardwall Plaster, per ton
No. 1 Hard Selected Bricks, per m.
No. 1 Fir Lath, per m.
No. 1 Shingles, per m.
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are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
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SAMUEL HARRISON
(NOTARY I'UOLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
and
Prince Rupert
Stewart
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :
j For all kinds of help, cooks,
I waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-
( tors, all kinds of laborers or me-
I diunics, call up
I Phone No. 178
( or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office
j Hciuliiuarters for cooks & waiters
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ForSale
Lot Block Section Price
65'             34             8 $.125.00
.1 ami 4           14            8 650.00
"and 8           36            7 2,000
Come in and sue our list of buys in
other parts of the city
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Princ. Rupert, B.C.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished .nd
Steam Healed Rooma
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. NX 37
Hotel Central SffAaSa
European nnd Americnn plan, Rtcam
hen ted, modern conveniences. Hat""
$1.00 to $2,60 per day.        :        :
Proprietor
Petar Black
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
5==B,   EBY   0%   Co.=he
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Tho  Prince  Rupert Loil-re, No. 318. Sons of
Enitlaml. moets thi- llrat anil third Tuo��laya  Ih
*aich month In tho Carp-*nl*-ra Hall, at S p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Box H12. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. Prcaldcnt. Box 23
}, Rochester &
7 ^ Monroe
Ladysmitm
l'"*'   '-'Coal
*.-..   Phone ii s
5 SAVOY  HOTEL
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Fraser and Fifth St.
The only hotel In town
with hot and cold wat-
rr In rooma. Hest furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rocmi fiOc
un. Phone 87. P.O.
Box 120.      :       :
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.Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMANS HOME
SpruiR Hpd9) c|ean Whitc SheeU 25c
Rooma 50c
"EST IN  TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Prop.i.tor
���ALL KINDS OF���
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER, [Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel la run on the European
plan. First-class service. All the Latest M.��l<-rii
Improvements. "���'������
BEDS ��)r UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
F. M.  DAVIS   BOATHOUSE
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch*, and BoaU for Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
THE BABY'S BATH
A Useful Set of Directions for
Young Mothers
It is ;i simple enough matter
to give baby his bath, but many,
perhaps most, young mothers approach it with some little anxiety.
This is one of the tilings in which
practice makes for perfection,
but it can be accomplished successfully from the first if a few Important points are remembered
and the mother goes about it
confidently and without nervousness. If it is properly given, the
bath becomes not only a benefit,
but also a pleasure to the child.
In the first place have everything in readiness before the baby
is undressed. The dainty baskets
set in tiers on a wicker stand,
supplied with everything that can
be needed, are very convenient.
The room must be Warm and quite
safe from draughts. I bird water
should never be used on the delicate skin. If soft water is not
to be had, the hard water can be
softened by boiling it and letting
it cool, or a lit lie milk may be
added. Do not depend on the
hand to test the temperature of
the bath, but use the more sen-
���ailive elbow. Water that is comfortable to the elbow will be comfortable to the baby's skin. A
mild, pure simp that has Ik*cii
tested should be used.
The large apron which lhe mother wears for the bathing operation is preferably of soft white
flannel or flannelette, as linen or
cotton has a cold feel, especially
when il gets wet. If it is cool
enough to have a fire while the
baby is being washed, hang lhc
little garments before it to air.
Tii rough the summer this is usually
unnecessary except on wet clays.
The baby is entirely undressed
at once, but while the head II
being washed the body and limbs
should be protected by a fold
of the mother's apron. With an
infant, many nurses use only the
hand to wash the head, as they
can do it more gently so if the
hand is smooth and soft than
with a cloth, ard the pressure
on a young baby's head must lie
of the lightest. For a wash rag
a piece of the soflesl white flannel
can be used. A little soap is
rubbed on this, the head and
face are washed with it, the soap
nuiM be all rinsed off in the warm
water, and the heed dried. Baby's
towels should Ik- of a fine loft
variety. Next the limbs and
body are rubbed over with the
soapy flannel, snd baby is then
lifted into thc bath. This is
accomplished with the left hand
placed under the child's thighs
so  that  his  head   and   back  are
supported by the left arm, leaving
the right hand free lo wash and
rinse lhe skin. The whole process
of washing and drying should
be accomplished speedily, siys
the "Canadian Pictorial." ('.real
care should be taken to dry lhe
skin in the creases made by the
plump folds with which most
babies arc blessed. As a further
precaution against chafing, the
skin   is  dusted   all   over  with   a
bland talcum powder, which should
always be bought from reliable
sources  to make  sure  that   it   is
unadulterated. Rubbing ilu* baby
all over gently wiih ilu- hand is a
beneficial finish to tin* process,
and will generally be enjoyed by
the little one. The dressing should
not occupy much time.
NOTES ON  FASHIONS
Embroidered Rouncuigs are utilized to a noticeable extent in the
construction of lingerie dresses.
Sometimes the lower part of the
skirt and thc upper portion of
the blouse and the sleeve caps are
of tlie flouncing.
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A pretty finish for a voile or
marquisette dress is a deep hem
of flowered silk, which appears
again in bands or pipings on the
bodice.
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Bolero   jackets  are   sometimes
finished with a little ruffle at the
lower edge.
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Children's frocks, nearly all of
them, arc collarless and have
shortened sleeves.
Cleaning Hint
To dry-clean a white coat lay
the coat on a table and cover it
with a mixture of powdered borax
and Frecnch chalk. Leave it
for half an hour or so, then take
a clean cloth and rub it well all
over. Let it lie twenty-four hours,
then shake and brush il well,
when it will probably look quite
fresh.
Brightened Walls
Wall |ia]K*r may be successfully
cleaned wiih stale bread. A loaf
of ordinary si**c is used. The
bread should be iwo days old.
Dust the |Ki|R*r wiih a soft cloth
wrapped aboul a broom. I -
light strokes in order not to
stretch lhe paper. When thc dust
has lieen removed cut the loaf
of bread into four parts and sweep
down the p.ipn with light, steady
strokes.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc, use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has It
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tFRED. STORK
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I -General Hardware���
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-:- AT I'll mis
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C.. Ontario, Saa-
katchewan  and Al>
berullara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
- Exchange block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth stn-aL Prince Ruoert. 8
ALFRED CARSS,
of BriUah Columbia
and Manitoba Bar*.
OIBce
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S.. D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operallona skilfully treated. Gaa end
local anasthellca administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Heliteraon Block. Pnnce Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson ��.��...    W.E.Willlams.n.*.. l.l.d
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
Find the Right Grocer
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Your Table Troubles End
p. o. box n
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
n i ii or wm. roxoN. Esq.. a.it.a.m..'ion., ino
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH STREET prince rupert
Wc sell the Right Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables
that are healthful   this  weather.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near mi. Si.
Phone 190
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Spsdal lints just rsctlvd
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything (or Ladles 6 Children
'The Ladies' Store"
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Street        Phone Black 184
*C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agenl.
Ordcra promptly Ailed.   Prlcea reaaonabla.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochealer. Centre St.    Phone ��.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
GREENER'S
"British Empire"
GUN
Here's the worlds
best gun-n Green-
er Hammerless���
at a price within
the reach of all
sportsmen; its got
all the Greener
feat tu*.* a, hard
hitting, far shooting, lasting wear;
there's nothing bet- &��Q
ter;   pries apD-J
Catalog ]���(>
FREE
W. W. GREENER
6365 Btivti Hill Hill Montreal, P.Q.
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sf- ���*. i.'i". every Sunday in the
Knipresa Theatre, 11 a.m. nnd
7 30 p.m.    Sunday School and
Bible C-lais at ".*���-��� p. in.
REV. F. W. KERR. M.A.. Pastor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
PftAItt AND SIXTH  STREET
Service!  every Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School   2.30   p. ni.        Baraca
Bible Class 2.30 p.m.
REV. VV. H. McLEOD B.A D.D.   Pastor
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
HinU.IN CENTRE ST. AND 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday at  11
ii in.   and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. R. SING. B.D. Pastor
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
TOP OF SIXTH   STREET
Sunday Service! 11
a. in.. 3 p. m��� K p.m.
Sunday School 1.30 p.
m. Public Services
Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Saturday at
8 p.m. Everybody welcome.
ENSIGN JOHNSTONE, C'k'o'i; officer
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
utSa.m.     Special   fare  on   Sunday
boat,   $'J..r)0  return   including  meals
und berth.
aa. Prince Albert sails fur I'ort   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Nuden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
anil for:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and ticketa obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
A
Famous Princess Line
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, July 24th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S.  INLANDER
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are aa low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
a   .  . FOR a  a a
HAZELTON
MONDAY, JULY  24th
Take the fast light-draught steam
er inlander for Hazelton.
H. B. Rochester
Agent
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j! w. j. McCutcheon i|
, ,   Carries complete stock of Drugs.   Special   , ,
, ,      attention paid lo llllinic prescrlpUona.      , ,
!'. Theatre Block phone no. th Second Are. '.!
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OFFICE:
Cor Centre St and First Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft EMIIALMER
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UNION S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $5.00
The "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
miring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old oflW of Optimist, sell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Bent made in Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale and Retail. Look fur (lash lijft. at night
SAM GOWEN. 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
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS anii EMHALMKKS
Funeral   Dlrectora
3rd Ave. near f.th St. Phone No. Wi
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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INVESTMENTS
JEREMI AH    H.    KUGLER
Ho sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bargains  in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher island Lands
Kilsuinkiiliim Lanils. Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
List  Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler .... Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C. THE DAILY NEWS
THE PRINCIPLES
OF SUCCESS
As Evidenced by the Progress
and Prosperity of the Westholme Lumber Co., Ltd.. Furnishers of Material for Prince
Ri*pert's Homebuilders.
From quite small beginnings,
by business methods which have
steadily built up the firm's reputation in the public confidence,
the Westholme Lumber Company
of Prince Rupert has become one
of the largest business concents
in thc city today. The westholme was one of the pioneer
firms to start up in this city, h
gained greatly in the beginning
of 1910 when Mr. M. Albert,
who is recognised in the community as a very capable business
man. t.K.k up the management
of the firm's concerns.
Rapid   Extension
Making it his principle to adhere all the time to the policy
of thorough service, liberal unns.
and considerate treatment of customers along with sterling integrity in all brandies of the
business. Mr. Allien soon began
a wide extension of the firm's
range of action. Now under his
able direction the yards and premises of the Westholme Lumber
Company extend widely along the
waterfront at Cameron Cove. Millions of feet of all classes of lumber
are stocked here for prospective
builders. All kinds of special
building materials, too. arc ktpt
in readiness. The stock is probably the most complete in all
Northern B. C, and the firm's
prices are the lowest that can
possibly In* charged in these parts.
Quantity and Quality
It   is   the  boast  of   thc   Westholme  Company  that   their way
of  doing   business   is   always   to
give full measure, and fine quality
of   material   at   moderate   prices.
I'pon   this   principle   they   have
built  up  their business.    Aiming
to .ittract as customers, antl serve
so as to earn the recommendation
of homebuilders in  thc new city
of Prince Rupert, the Westholme
Company maintains and adds to
its prosperity.    Immediate delivery   of   all   classes   of   building
material can    always    besecured
by dealing  with  the  Westholmi
firm.    If you are planning to build
your own home in Prince Rupert.
be it large or small, you will find
it   to   your   advantage   lo   deal
with the Westholme Company.
Special to Builders
To builders especially thi- season the Westholme Company is
at present presenting a series of
special terms on all the materials
most in request To the home-
builder in a -mall way, the company
continues iis system of deferred
payments for building material.
Kxci pdonally fair terms are offered
in Imih cases, and intending purchasers will find it good business
io ir>  the Westholme Company
fir--.
Principle Pays
Moderate pries, reasonable
term-, and quality of good- given always with full measure have
made for the success of tin* West-
holme Lumlier Company.   In these
days of competition only by such
principles can any firm continue
steadily to make progress in the
public confidence.   The fact that
N.-ed.-.l Wher* Pain Exists��� Headaches,
Neur.ltfia, Insomnia. Etc.
II your dealer d,.-s not keep them we'will mail
you a box .la powder* 1 on receipt of 25 cents.
I..J MATHIEU Co.,Props.. Sherbrooke, l'.i)
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"The News" Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREH I.
PRINCE RUPERT INN
ANNEX
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently furnished. with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
The appointments and sen-ice
are equal to any hotel on thc
coast.
Rates: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
The Insurance People
���VI K .  CLAM Of INSl RANCK.     GET Ol'R RATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone UO Third Avenue ��nd Fulton St
iLost and Found
i  . ii a ,i a ,i a, ii a. ., a, i, i_|, ,       ii   i     T
LOST-A Kok.k: left on Hi
hinder rewarded by leaving Ml
Cia-ar Store.
LOST-A bunch of Keya bet**-.*. ��� P, *t OIBel and
Kxchanue Grill. Finder plea-.- return to U-��x
S.. News Office. Ithli
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
^���-^if
For Rent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Kanirc 5
Take notice that Percy M. Miller of Prince Rupert, B.C.. occupation Civil Engineer, intendi to
apply fur permission to purchase the fullowinjr I Large   well   furnished   room.   ;* ���������'���    fa**".****!1'
described lands: ]    Splendid view  of  harbor.      tienilem'n  on'**r
Cumnn-m intt at a post planted on the left bank ,     Apply P.O. Box I'i1.-.
of McNeil Itiver at north west corner of lot 440ft
R.V., thence east 2" chaint more or less to westerly  boundary of timber limit 545   old number
4lh>16) thence northerly following said westerly
boundary of timber limit 60> chains more or-lest, Mcjn,yr.,   Hal1.   for  concerts.    ,'n.TUit.n.enti.
to nurth west corner of said timber limit, thence,    dance9( etc.   Apply J, H. R<v :���  ;     AtlM.
westerly SO chains more or less to left bank of #��i<|. / ��.
McNeil  Hiver.  thence southerly following  said I Six-roomed House to rent; mod> rr. c-t-.vfniences.
Canoe for sale���20 ft. Peurbor^u/h in sn*nd d
condition. -J new paddle*. Apply Box M .Daily
News before July 22nd.
UaltAtll wharf.
tai Campbilli
Absolutely pun
BAPTISTS ARE
MAKING PROGRESS
Services will be Held in Mclntyre Hall Now Have Outgrown Their Church.
Owing to thc growth in thc
Baptist Church congregations, thc
services tomorrow and in futun
will he held each Sunday in .Mclntyre Hall. The pastor, Rev,
\V. \\. McLeod! returned from the
south this morning ami will preach
at both services tomorrow.
Thc evening service will be a
special service hy the Sunday
school assisted by the
choir. There will be music, recital ions, and a six-rial address
by the pastor on Sunday School
work. The City Orchestra will
play at the Bervio >.
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen & Co.   143-tf
Wanted-Small house, furnish* d �� partly furnished.   State terms tc Box R. Daily News.U"*tT
Commodious house, corner 6th Ave. ar.l Tl
son St., furnished or unfurnished.     Phone W
or P.O. Box MS.
I left bank of McNeil River t>u chains mure or less
to point of commencement, conUiininj;  UN acres '
more or less.
PERCY M. HILLER,
E, Flexman. Atient
Date June 19. 1911
Pub. July 1-'. 1911
Castiar   Land   District���DUtrict   of   Skeena
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
lo purchase the following desribedr lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tbe shore
in a northerly direction from Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. K.'a S. E. Corner, thence 20 chains
north, thence 20 chains west, thence 20 chains
south to shore line, thenc�� along the shoro to
point of commencement, conuinirn: 4" acrea more
iTat^dJune 10, 1911 LEMt'EL FREER ] C<1*>" ^r"1,*.1^^*1 .ro?m *���      M"
Stores and offices for rent. Applv Dr. MrIntyre.
Third Ave., phone irreen '*.- U'-tf
Neatly Furnished Rooms;   gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Ma.r��tic Theatre.
lliMm
Phone 296 if you want to rent a h.-use. fumiihed
or unfurnished, corner 6th A><>. and Thompson
Street.   All modern conver. ���
I'ub. July 6.
J. M. Collison, Agent i
Riioms, Third Avenue,  bet
Eia-hth.
Bower. Somerset
v*-.. Seventh   and
UT-tf
/
Skeena Land District- Distnct of Ccast Range 5
Take notice that I. Alexander Clacher, of Dear-
horn, Manitoba, occupation farmer, intend to
apply for permission to purchase thc following
described lands:
Commencing at a pott planted at the south
west corner of lot 3u65, dislrict of Coaat, Range 5,
s tuated about 5 1-2 miles in a south easterly direction from Breckenrid*.'���-��� Landing, marked A.
C, north west corner; ihence south M chains,
thence east &0 chain*, thence north 80 chains
more or less to south east oorner of l"t >i52,
thence west 4>'chains more or less to n.uth west
corner of lot 3o62, thence north 20 chains more _
or less to south east corner of lot ��*. thence Porter Wanted Apply Tal b t Rooms. Snd A*t.
west 40 chains more or less to point of commence- IM**\��
ment, containing 560 acres more or lesf. I ��� _fc ____ .._   _^ .-. ,.-,  .-, ,,-,.4
ALEXANDER CLACHER       \ fuu *-_rxirururTjixirxwxsra      t
Donald Clacher. Agent    I _,     , /
Date Juoe 2nd. 1911 **7*9xm   V ��!������*>
Pub. June 24th. lyll
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j Help Wanted
^i.i.a.i. .nan. "a i
Girl wanted, Immediately, f r Hirht housework.
Apply Mr.. D. Cohen, phor    tt" ISO-lf
Miners M.:.i. Muckers ��.��>. wante.1 at Hidden
Creak Copper Co., Gouae Uu:. Take S.S. Vadao
or Venture. W*--tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a whit.'
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
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n g
New        Solid        Ladies
LEATHER BAGS
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
******
THE CORRECT STYLES
Watches        Souvenirs Jewelry
ww^^^^w^^w^Wfv,
���YOUR FOOD WIlX BE WELL COOKED ON A-
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $58.
Other Stoves frum (18.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HAR ll W A RE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COY
Second Avenue
\UV*UVUVWiV**i*i*' *<*i* isssaoMs mAHAi******
Telephone 10
For Sale
OrriC*l��L   WATCH  INirECTOK  TO* O.T.r.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE t?2
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,AMA<-V��l/V��*A'V^*lM^AiS>��.| I
Sold and
Guaranteed by
'ifc* "Msy S.\ti��lAiU)r> Rang*
The Kaien Hardware Company
THIRD ANEXL'E
PHONE No
r
10 chains    1
IU chains < [
of  com-   4>-
Application for Charter for a
Railroad
.Skeena Land District���District of ('cast Ranee 5
Take  notice  that   Sarah   E.   Alton  of   Prince
Rupert,  occupation  nurse,  intends to apply for'
permission  to  purchaso  the  followinK described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the Northwest corner 140 chains easterly 'slightly north1
from the northeast corner of Lot lllti .Harvey
Survi-> ("oa>i District, Range V. thenee SO chains
east, thence 60 chains south, thence 40
west, thence 40 chains north, thence 40
west,  thence  40  chains  north  to  post
I mencement containing 460 acrea more or less
Dated June H, 1*11. SARAH E. ALTON
j Pub. July 15. Fred Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Coast Range &
Take notice that Stanley Green of Prince
Rupert. ti. C, occupation miner, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a po*t planted 40 chaini south
and 40 chains west of the nurthweat corner ol
Lot 173:1. Lakel<e Valley, District of Coast Range
b. ther.ce west 40 chain.*, thence south &0 chains,'
chlircj) ���her-iv eut ;" chains, thence north ��������� chains to;
point of commencement.
Staked June 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 15. Locator
Skeena Land District���DUtrict ol Cassiar
Take notice that I, Jamea Millar Johnston of :
Stewart, ll. C., occupation storekeeper, intend to
apply for permUsion  lo  purcbaae tht  (ollowing ,
described lands:
Commencing at a post   planted about one mile
nortii from the  Naas river and about nine miles
above the forks of tbe Naas river, thunce north 60 i
chains,  thence  west bO  chaina, thence south  bO j
chains, thence east 60 chaina to point of commence* 1
ment, containing 640 acrea mure or leas.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 11*11.  Frank Sidney Wnght, Agt
I'ub. Mai- 1?
Skeena Land DUtnct���DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notice that  I,  Percy  Francis Godcnrath
of Stewart, ti. C, occupation journalist  intend to ',
ipply  for permission  to  purcbaae the  following
described landt:
poat   planted on  the  right
river about seven miloa abovt
ver, thenoe south bO chains,
. thence north  bO chains,
thence east 60 chaint to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or leas.
PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
Dated Marc 2 ���, l'.-ll. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. Mai 17.
Skaena Und DUlrict���District of Coast Range V
Take   notice   that I, J.   i. ���:���������    MacLaren   of
Before buying your Stove
Galland. Mcllride and Fifr
from 114.
r Range see A. J.
A\e.    G��k ttovet
l*.1Mm
���: 1
Business   Chances      i
! Good money in M Pt tires.    Wanted-
party to start moving pict-re show tn  Pnr
' Rupert. Write me for particulars. H. Dav
Watrrtown. Wis. tJT
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{ Fire Insurance j
THE Btitish Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, England, with capital
of 12,500.000.00. See us for rates. The Mack
Realtv and Insurance Comoanv. 7���tf
Real Estate..
OFFERINGS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
application  will  lie  made  to  the  Parliament of Canada at thc present ses- _   ..
sion  thereof,  for an Act  incorporating!, Commencing at
a,R.^'ay,,Companiv; und?rth? n"*" SfSAWiSNiS'S
of      1 he    I ������.'���:'. ���-.    1 rans-l unada   and j ���,..������.,-.��� weat bu chaina,
Hudson Bay Railway Company," with
power to lay out, construct and operate
a line of railway from a point in the
Province   of   Alberta,   at   or   near  the
City   of   Edmonton,   thence   northerly
by  the  most  feasible  route  to,   at,  or
near Athabasca Landing:   thencs nonh-
mttfly    north-east   of    Lei-M-r   Slave
Lake to Wabiska or Loon River;  thence
northerly  to  a   point   at  or   near  the
junction  of  the  Loon   River  with  the
I'.ii,*.*   River,  ��r  at  a  point   near  the
junction   of  the   Red   River   with   the
Peace    River,    below    Port    Vermillion
on the  I'.aH-  River;   thenee  northerly
to Port Smith on the Slave River:   Prom
I  I".int  on  the  said  railroad  near  Ita
'.'"- Ing of the  Wabiska  River or ihe
Loon River easterly to Port .McMurray
nn the Athabasca River;  thenci. easterly
���long the Clearwater River and  Chur
chill   River   through   the   Province   of
Saskatchewan   to   Port    Churchill
Lol 18, block 20, section 1, $6300.
Lot on Third Avenue for $2100.
Lot'.', block 4, section 5, $1300.
Lots  25  and 26,   block   19,   section 5,
I* 1500 pair.
IaOts  44  and  45,   block   15,   section S,
11800 pair.
Lots  24  and 25,   block  7,   section   6,
$'.150 each.   These lots are by far the
best buy in section 6.
Lot 9, block 19, section 6. $1825.   Cash
$325, balance  in  six equal payments
running three years.
Fine residential lot  on   Fourth Avenue
for 11800.
Prince Itut.ort, H.C., occupation real estate auent | Two lots on Amlir:'**,. Ave.,  $400   each.
i^'radSleriMlute ' * "Ur':h",' "" i U"uhl" ���TnvT ���� -s*-venth  Avenue  for
Coiiimei.ciria* al a post planted 4" chains west |     $.**<l0 pair, easy terms,
and Hi chams south of the southwest corner of , n0���i,i_ rr,rn,.r r.n Il���. PU711 f���p tVAl
lol IT.;, rldnlt] of Ukelse Laae. and marked J. ' "0U',',      ��,r", r ��" l,lt "l,Za,'", *���**!���
I.. IbeUran . n..riwe.t corner, thence east Hi; O001I level   lot   in   section   8   for  $25<1.
.hams, then... south 411 chains, ihence west M ]    Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month.
halt,., thence north 40 chains  to point of com-!
���r
j Only Reliable
I Patent Medicines
���re sold by ui.    We
don't  cerry   "fake"
goods.              :
Toile
Prep
fumes
t  Articles
arationt,
and
Per-
When
store
you're in
drink   at
our
the
Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL. Established 1869.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $92,500,000
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an -account
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES   ASH
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
mencement, ontainlnir '��!" acres more or less.
J. CORN! HuLARBN
tieo. I:  I'ulnam, Atfent
Dale M��) 111. I'M
Full. June 10. 1:>11
Skeena Land Dislrict���District ol Cassiar
lake nolice that  I, Charlea Frederick Matcal, j
ol Stewart, 11. C, occupation (reighler, intand to
apply  for permiasion  lo  purchaaa tha  following
dcacriL>-d lands:
Commencin*. at  a  post  planted on  lha  right
bank ol the Naaa river about ail milea above tba
or i forks nt the Naas river, thenoe south ail chaina,
thence w.*,i bo chains, thence north  su chains,
thenc* cast to chaina to point ol commencement,
containing 8 IU acrea morc or less.
Dated March 2b, 1911. CIIAK-ES F. METCALF
���For Rent
|5-room House with bath, $25 month.
4-ro<,m House with hath, $25 month.
Tw��� Stores on Third Ave.
Port Nelson on the Hudson Bay: From
a point on said railroad near Ita crossing
of the Wabilkl ,,r Loon River, westerly
to  Peace   River  crossing  on   the   Peace j ''ub* May IT,      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
River;    thence  westerly  on  the   north        skeen. Land DUtrict-District oic���iar
side of the river through Laurier Pass     Take notice that l, Hcrti-i Edwin Uadg.r ol
i to   Prince   Hupert   or   Portland   Canal I**nJ*'\ B. C, occupation plumber, intend to
the westholme Lumber Company I on the Pacific Coait in Bririah Columbia: I jgflft-rt i-mSf"^ lo purcl"*e th' loll*-wi��
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
Prince Ruperl and
has   retained,  and   is
die   Confidence   ni   its   CUStomenlimes' for  genera
n. * with   power  to  construct   and   operate
telegraph    and    telephone    and    cable
public-
purposes;    to
is sufficient guarantee of the coin-1 *v*l uon' co"��}���ct.. maintain and operate boats and ferries fnr the purposes
pBnyi pnndple, j of the railway and other purposes;   to
  | acquire and make use of lands, water*
A  f  ll   T    n I lots, wharves, docks, dock-yards, slips,
A Call   lo Duty I warehouses,  elevators  and   other  con-
Brinir   vour noor tired fppt to'veni,'ncps;   "n(1  witn  J,0W('r  t0 entcr
nnriK   your poor urea ieei I0,into Agreements with other Companies.
us to be treated to the luxury of j SMITH & JOHNSTON
Solicitors for the Applicants
Dated   at   Ottawa  this  21st   day  of
June, A. D., 1911.
perfect   fitting  shoes.
Froud & Co,
Scott,
EMPRESS  THEAT RE
-  ENCIAGEMENT OF���
MAY ROBERTS
And h��� Compan, Suppor-.d b, L. Victor Gill.nd
Commencing TUESDAY, JULY 25th
Commencing al a pout planted about one m
north of tho Naas river and about nven mllos
-���!<������ ��������� the forks of tho Naaa River upstream,
thenco north -" chains, thenoe east 60 chains,
thence south t)0 chains, thence weat 80 chains to
point o( commencement, containing 61U acres
more or lean.
BERTHS BDWIN BAD0ER
Iiatcd March 23. 1011. Frank .Si-Jney Wright, Agt
Fub. May 17.
Skeena Land Diatrict ��� District of Cassiar
Taka  notice that  1, James  Webster Ksplin of
Stewart, H.C., occupation     auctioneer, intend to
apply for |>ermlssiun  to   purchase   the   following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Naas river about nine miles above
the forks of the Naas river, thence aouth HO chains,
thenco west 80 chains, thence north HO chains,
tlience oa�� HO chains to point of commencement,
containing 610 acres more or less.
JAMKS WKMSTKR ESPLIN
Dated March 24, 1K11. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Tub. May 17.
Bkaoill Land District District of Coa.it Range G
Take notce thut Linford B-fWtu Bill of I'rince
Rupert, ll. ('., occupation locomotive engineer,
Intendi to apply for permission to purchase the
following dtMnb-M lands:
( ommetiping at a pout planted on the north
bank of tht SUmogOuti River about threo (4)
jnlui distant 'upstrenrnj in a we��terly direction
from the function of the l.ittle Zimogotitt River
und the main /linogotiu River, thence ne*rth 40
chains, thencu west 40 chains, thence south 40
I chains, thence eaat 40 chains to pout of commencement containing 160 acres more or liiw.
gaud June ��, 1BU,   L1NFORD BEWALL BELL
I ub. July K. Geo. R. Putnam, Agent
Fountain.
C. H. Orme
"TUB PIONEER DRUGGIST"        |
Second A.e. Phone No. 82    (
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
A Strong Briiish Bank, with
Connectiona Throughout lha
World.
Foreign Drafts
Agents in Canada for the Colonial Bank, London and West
Indies. We have special facilities
for handling business with Great
Britain and foreign countries.
Drafts on France, Germany,
.South Africa, Australia, New-
Zealand, India, China, Japan ani
West Indies bought and sold.
Prtac-t Rupert Branch
r. S. L0N6.  Msssgar.
PAID HIM TO
BE OBLIGING
-HERE ARE THREE OF OUR SPECIAL LINES-
BudWeiSer Beer, We are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottl.,1
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, P0"V-
Pasi, Ha  ���
577
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
Wc have Freih Lettuce. Strawberries
��"iik.-. Pearhcs, Plums,
Apricots, Tomatoes and Green Onions
)      To   Rr.identa of Sections 5, 6,   7 and   8-W. dalivar  promptly.
our fooda ar* freah. at prices not to be beaten In the city   >
mm MUSSALLEM & CO. ��"�������"��� m
4
Wm. O Neill who Surrendered
His Lower Berth to an Invalid Gentleman Gets a $20,-
000 Legacy.
-1N-
Sk*��n. Ijinil Illalrlcl���-OUlrlcl ol Caaslar
I Sta^S  "if11,���   lh"   '���.  ���'���"-"naa   Man;.,-...,���   ol
e*"1". -��i 0�� octupatlon mlii-,r,liiu.*i,r In aiiply
la!i.R? "       ���,urchu" th** l��ll..-��lnj ilccrtLl
THE  THIEF
J
The Hoard of Railway CommlMloners, for
Canada will hold a Bitting, at Prince HuMrt
II. <-., nn or about the 10th nay of August. I'M*
at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon for the
Commenclna at n �����..! r,i-��t��.i ^ st. , . purpow nf hearing matters, apptlcatlons, ���
l,.*,-. ol th. n".m rW���r',;;,l���u?1*���Tmff. .\\---W-\ f?mi'laln��" ��"��> -ItS <���*�� l'��"" ���."-���
loika ol tha Nana **
Seala Now on Sale
I.OO, 75c, 50c
,���,,   ii,,,,,,,.",,,"���',���,*,-m'SHft'lK Parti**   1.1..-r.-.a.-.(   In   accordanc*   -with   the
'.W-'' .\S5" J?W y 'halns, I Hulas anil llaagulatlon. ol th* MM,
Hy orili-r ol tho Board,
A. D. CAKTWRIGHT,
n.U,.l March IS. l*\VW^**e*tWW^tm\ "^ ��'.^V"!" **"**"
Pub. May n. '   -*"1* ****������������. Ait l,���,��u,i,,n��, lor Canada.
I>aud .1 oiu,�� thia 26th u.y ol Jun., nil.
^KSo^.S-^^;:
Atlanta, Ga., July 22.���A courteous act on the part of William
O'Neill of Bainbridgs- Ga., has
ktii rewarded by s fortune. When
I O'Neill exchsaged a lower for an
[upper berth with J. T. Young of
Oakland, Cal., four years ago,
When tin: two men were en route
io Florida, where Mr. Young was
Koing for his health,  he  thought
little of the Incident,   Evidently
Mr. Young considered it a great
favor, for in his will he left 820,-
���Mto in the Georgia young man,
who is 20 years old. O'Neill was
in Atlanta yesterday and was informed of lus good fortune by a
son tit Mr. Young who had come
to Georgia to look for him.
The Continental Trust Co., Lid.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500 ,000
OFFICERS:
WM. T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID tf. HAYS, 1st IVr P">-
M.J. HOBIN, 2nd VicePres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER. Secrelary-Treasurer C. B. PETERSON. Ass l.Man��i��
Executor and Administrator Receiver ar Assignee Farm Lands and MU
Real Estate and Insurance      Agenl For Care of Real Estate      Escrow .'It""'
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agenl
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes &��*�������
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, 4 pet ctnt. on Deposits
W�� will b* plaaaod to answer any Imiulrle* mrarHlnir lnv**tiiicnta In Prince Rul""'
and Northern Brltl.h Columbia.
The  Continental   Trust  Company,   Limited,   JSmSss
TRIG   LITTLE  CUTTER
I Yacht "Foam" of Seattle Paid
Visit to Prince Rupert Last
Night.
In charge of her owner Captain
Newell who is a wealthy Capitalist
of Seattle, the smart little auxiliary
yacht "Foam" called at Prince
Rupert yesterday evening. ' The
"Foam"   is   fifty   feet   long,   and
draws   nine   and   a   hall   ���'''
water.     Leaving   Seattle
9th   June,   she  made  a  li��U. IUI
fair weather trip north, .'i"1   '
Her
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