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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Sept. 19
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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II.  NO. 213
WAGE-EARIER
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, September 19, 1911
MEN HAVE NO USE FOR
CONTRACTS OR CLEMENTS
Main Issue of Mass Meeting Held tn Majestic, Became
Mazed in Political Melee���Workers Want Day's
Labor on Woodworth Waterworks���Council and Clements Severely Criticised
The Majestic Theatre was
crowded to the doors on Sunday
upon the invitation of the 1. \V. W.
in discuss the question of station
wm k on public improvements as
compared with day labor. IC.
Morsfi presided'ard anwrg ihoae
who spoke on the subject were
Mr. Shaw, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Le-
Blanc, Robert Gosden and W. H.
Montgomery, most of them arguing against ihe employment of
small gangs of irresponsible contractors bidding against each oilier
instead of the city doing the
work by day wage under a re-
sponsible engineer and foreman.
Mr. Hunter introduced a Utile
polidcs inio bis speech. Hc said
lhal in it few days we were to have
an election and when the two
political parties came together it
would be to crush the working
man. He had met more acquaintances during the last few
days than in months before in
Prince Rupert. He was getting
pats mi the back and all kinds of
smiles. He had had a bard shake
from Mr. Clements. To bear
ihat gentleman talk one would
ihink hc must have come over
with William the Conqueror, but
������a :t matter of fact when Mr.
Clements was a brief resident
<>( Prince Rupert he represented
Standard Oil. He could not con-
ii ive of any representative of lhat
monopoly, or of any contractor,
bring of any benefit to the working
man.
"You remember at the first
city election," he said, "there
M.i*- Aldennan Hilditch, the con-
tractor, who posed i-s a lalxir
candidate, aril I and a great many
others here gave him our votes.
Where do we find him now?
(Laughter), We see him waving
lhe oltl flag and talking about
reciprocity, which fortunately he
knows nothing at all about. If
it were not for Little Kva we
-lioiild bropably find him boosting
lor reciprocity.
Robert Gosden said some called
the members of the council gentle
men but he called tbem rotter
scoundrels. They had been elected
on a pledge to increase the wages
to 45 per hour for an eight hour
day, but they had repudiated this
ard now wished to force this
station work on the men which
was a cheaper system so as to gc;
out of paying the rate they had
promised. The men did not wart
cheaper work and he hoped they
would all stand together and pul
the contractors on the bum.
Other speakers argued  against
the station work system.
DESPERATE   BANDIT   HELD
Notorious Edward Davis Charged With Abducting Gladys
Price.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Sept. 19.���Edward Davis, who was captured at
Hannah, N. D., yesterday, is
charged with abducting Gladys
Price, the Mariioba school teacher.
Hc had escaped from Folsom
prison where he had been sentenced
to serve a three year term for
robbery. His escape eighteen
months ago, with eleven others,
was the most dramatic in western
prison annals. They stabbed to
death two guards and carried two
others twenty miles to shield them
from the bullets of thc pursuing
posse. He will likely be turned
over to the California!! authorities.
DUNCAN ROSS, LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR COMOX-ATLIN
NO   HOPE   OF   RESCUE
Three Men Entombed in Morning Star Mine
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Leadville, Sept. 19.���All hope
of rescuing the three miners who
have been imprisoned in Morning
Star shaft since Saturday were
dashed to the ground today whtfn
a fresh cave-in occurred. It will
take another day to clear away
the debris. The men are cheerful
ard can communicate with the
outside through a pipe. They have
not been told of the fresh cave-in.
RUPERT'S CITY HALL NOW
IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
Plans Adopted Last Night and Workmen Already Doing the Excavating���Detailed Specifications
Will Soon Be Ready
the hall is the oflice of the superintendent of public works, the
kitchen, heating apparatus and so
or.
On the second floor there is
provision for a cotnt room 24 x 37
feet, and commodious offices for
the mayor, city clerk, accountant,
assessor and tax collector.
In the front of thc third floor
on the right is a council chamber
24 x 42, a committee room 14 x 24,
general office, city engineer's office
ard bookkeeper's office. On the
opposite side is a library 24 x 30,
drafting rooms and large concrete
vault.
The Council have ordered detailed maps and specifications ard
meantime men arc engaged getting
excavating for the foundation. The
construction is to be carried on as
rapidly as possible.
Prince  Rupert's new cily hall
���- under way.  At the meeting of
'he council last night there was
i report from the board of works
recommending   ihe  adoption  of
i lie plans for lhe municipal edifice
prepared by Messrs. Potter &
I'iley, architects. The estimated
cost of the building is 114,760,
lull the board reported that it
Will be necessary lo have a heating
plant pul in at an approximate
".st of 11800,
I'he front elevation of ilu- building on PultOfl street is plain in
drtign and will be of stone covered
wiih stucco. The main entrance
"pci's into a hall from which
spring! a wide stairway lo the two
floors above. On the right of llic
entrance will be the office of
Ihe chief of police antl in the rear
i. large day room for prisoners
almost surrounded by cells. Across
"I AM FOR RECIPROCITY;
ITS RIGHT FOR WORKERS"
Working Man's Vigorous Support of Duncan Ross at Liberal   Rally���Rousing
Speeches Last Night Before Enthusiastic Double Audience by Duncan Ross,
Thos. Dunn, and Live Liberals
L. W. Patmore presidetl over a
thronged smoker held in Durcaii
Ross's committee rooms last night.
Both balls were packed to the
doors with eager listeners to speeches by Mr. Patmore, Duncan Ross
himself, Tom Dunn, A. Manson,
and Charlie Hunter. Hursts of
applause greeted the arguments
in favor of reciprocity, and Tom
Dunn's crushing condemnation of
the unfortunate Clements. Despatches received every few moments from scouts posted lo estimate thc strength of the opposition
forces told of pitifully small numbers attending the Conservative
committee rooms. Laughter ard
cheers greeted every fresh bulletin.
Chairman and Fisheries
L. VV. Patmore, whose powerful
criticism of the extraordinary Halibut Pamphlet published by the
ConsKyvatives is published on another page, tore the jaundiced
looking pamphlet to ribbons in
his speech opening the meeting,
and was greeted with loud applause,
Hc was followed by Mr. Duncan
Ross who seized on the remnants
of the Sawle production and pulverised thc puerile arguments lo
pulp.
Knocks the Knockers
With merciless emphasis Mr.
Ross la.id bare lo his listerers the
disloyal notes in thill yellow painh-
let which deliberately seeks to
belittle the chances of Prince
Rupert as a fishing centre in the
eyes of the surrounding communities, saying that the certainty
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OWING TO THE HEAVY
DEMANDS ON SPACE
OCCASIONED BY THE
PRESENT GREAT POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUE BEFORE
THE COUNTRY, THE
DAILY NEWS SERIAL
INSTALMENT IS HELD
OVER UNTIL TOMORROW, t      t
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that through ihe G. T. P. Rupert
will become a great fish ilist ributing
centre. The yellow pamphlet
gloated over lhe statement that
this was a "false hope." Those
who could father such sentiments
in a pamphlet circulated in Prince
Rupert where lhe spirit of enterprise, and ever increasing enterprise prevailed, deserved to go
down io Ignominious defeat.   But
such sentiments came only naturally from a party who had selected
for their representative a man
whose best boosting was always
done for Vancouver, and whose
worst knocking was directed
..gainst Prince Rupert. Mr. Ross
was received with unbounded applause.
Tom Dunn's Attack
Like one of Napoleon's "Old
Guard" Tom Dunn took the platform. His long experience of
men ami minds in the West gives
him a particular and penetrative
power over audiences in Prince
Ruperl.   "They shout out 'Canada
DIRTY WORK CHARGED IN
LETTING CITY CONTRACT
Aid. Newton Discovers that Horrigan is to be Paid Two
Dollars Per Foot for Removing Plank Roadway
Hilditch Strenuously Objects to
Investigation
A raft of small bills recommended for payment by the board
of works C-fne before ihe council
last night which disclosed tbe fact
the city is still without an active
purchasing agenl. Alderman Newion asked if tbe gootls referred to
had already been purchased. Purchasing Agent Woods said he h;d
seen some of them delivered bin
he did not know anythii g about
them. This led to another attack by Alderman Ntwton on the
system, or rather entire lack of
system, under which city purchases
wire made. Alderman Hilditch
looked over the bills antl admitted
that many of the goods had been
ordered by himself but said ihey
didn't amount to anything���aboul
S.r)0 would cover it.
Bare-Faced Jobbery
There was another point of a
more serious character, however,
brought up by Alderman Newion.
This was ihe bill ..f Mr. Horrigan,
contractor, amounting to ��3080,
for removing plank roadway .   The
charge, as Alderman Newion pointed out, was $2 per foot, while
there had been contracts let for
the seme* work for as low as 25c
to 33c per foot. A matter of
such glaring magnitude ought to
go before the people to pass upon.
They were being done out of
$3000, ard he never heard of
such   a   bare-faced   piece   of   un
fairness.    Hc thought the people.     Aid.   Smiih���"I   do  not   think
should be informed who was responsible for ibis loss.
Called Mayor to Order
Alderman Hilditch did not ihink
it fair to go into such a matter
publicly when as a matter of fact
Alderman Newton knew all thai
was going on antl could make Im
objections in committee. He
thought the Mayor was remiss
in bis duly iu permit ting such
matters to come up. His Worship
should endeavor to maintain order.
The Mayor���"It is perfectly
proper for any member to question
a bill when it comes up for pay*
rpenl."
Looks Like Rascality
Aid.   Newton���"I   claim   there
has been huge irregularity somewhere, aril 1 certainly do not
propose to sit here end see 18000
going from this council in useless
expenditure and say nothing about
ii. It looks to me like rascality
and I am going to pursue tbe
matter to the bitter end no matter
whether Aid. Hilditch likes it or
roi."
Aid. Hilditch���"I am objecting
to this because Aid. Newton is
inertly talking to ihe gallery.
Why ditl he not do his talking in
committee."
Aid. Newton���"Aid. Hilditch
doesn't know what be is talking
about. We disciissid this matter
this afternoon liefore he came in,
and be is row merely trying to
do a lm of sm.Ti talking himself."
Bill Must be Paid
Aid. Kerr���"I understand there
will In- another meeting next week
io which this matter might be
referred. While I do rot agree
wiih this contract ir many ways
1    think   it    should   lie   carefully
considered and it might as well
be held over for a special meeting."
Aid. Hilditch-���"There is r.ot a
single thing in it lo discuss.   We
will have to pay the bill anyway."
Aid". Douglas���"There can lie
nothing wrong in investigating
it ard I do rot see why Aid.
Hilditch should object."
Hilditch Still Objects
anybody is going to suffer very
much by letting the bill go over.
I Wits a nn mbcr of the last council
ard I would like to know why thc
contract was given at lhat price.
II will injure nobody by holding
the matter over a few days."
Aid. Hilditch���"! do not see
where lhe question conies in.   The
engineer n ya he had to give the
contract to Horrigan and as hc
did give the contract Wc have to
pay the bill."
Aid. Kerr���"If wc an- going
to investigate ii  we should do
so before we pay il."
This ended lhe discussion and
Mil. Hilditch's strenuous light
'gainst investigation.
MORE ELECTRIC LIGHT IS
PROMISED FOR DECEMBER
City Council Decides to Order Two  Ridgway Engines
of Sufficient Power to Thoroughly Light the
Whole City for a Long Time to Come
It was long after midnight when I receipt  of  the order, antl  it  wns
(Continued on page ���".)
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11  ��. II  ^l'*ll*��l-"l��>J*"~**-.|-l~1''
Ross and Reciprocity
Remember the Ross Meeting at the
Empress Theatre, Wednesday. Sept. 20th
Duncan Ross and Other Prominent Speakers Will Address the Meeting
SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES
GOD SAVE THE KING
the city fathers adjourned, on
of the last pieces of public business
they carefully discussed being the
obtaining   of  new  machinery   to
give an  adequate electric light
supply until the Hydro-l-.lcciric
system is ready for operation.
All the lenders for elect rii- lighlirg
had been referred to Engineer
Ross, of Seattle, for him to report
upon, and upon these he recommended the purchase of two Ridgway units to cost 114,500.
The council decided to win-
Mr. Ross to have a contract
drawn up With the Ridgway company for the two ergines, togethei
wiih a*bond, ard to forward them
suggested that ihe additional light
would be available by the middle
of December.   This would allow
three or four Weeks for installation
i'fter the engines were delivered
here, ard the plant will be in
Itself sufficient to light ihe whole
city. Ii is io be Installed in thc
same  building,  the  present  plant
io he an auxiliary.
Whether lhe arc system of street
lighlirg should be adopted w-as
not  settled.    The  lowest   tcrder
wits the General Electric Company.
For  tbe   switchboard   the  lowest
Udders   were   tbe   Wcs'.inghousc
nil Handasyde & Hurt.    These
���ii ������.... n ** il***-**-���i\_j
as soon   iis  possible  for   tin-  sig-1 tenders were left in thc bands of
natures of the council. Whc  mayor aril light committee,
The company undertake! to **l'-lV)*;.|, power to act.
liver  tbe  two  engines  from  the
factory within  eight  weeks from
I'antorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
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You can trust 'him.
Daily Edition,
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Tuesday, Sept. 19
HOW  RECIPROCITY  HELPS THE WORKING MAN
One ot ilu* speakers at tin- meeting ol working men on Sutul.n
evening pointed .'in th.u efforts were being made to stampede the
working men against reciprocity l-\ the cr) th.u it ilu- cost oi living
goes down, .is it undoubtedl) will under reciprocity, wage* will drop
also, rhis is entire!) false, lu the whole .'t economic history there
i> not .1 single Instance upon which 10 found such .1 i-ry.
I'lu- determining factoi ir. deciding lhe price of labor is not tin-cost
oi' living but tlu- supply and demand i.-t labor. Thai is why the
wot kin;; 111.111 iii British Columbia can live moro comfortabl*. and
have .1 greater surplus above tin* v-o>t ot living than tin* laborers *.
tlu* congested districts oi ilu- older communities where labor i- more
plentiful.
Reciprocit)', while it will reduce the 00s: oi li\int*.. is more likely
to increase rather than decrease tlu- rate of Wages; for the reason th.u
on the heels ol reciprocit) will come .1 greater demand in British
Columbia .m.l around Prince Rupert, tor workmen to build and
operate fleets of fishing vessels, to build and operate lumber mills,
10 build and operate pulp mills, to build and operate ivijx-r nilis, to
build homes and business l>Kvks tor tin- increased population audi
to supplj tin- manufactured articles this Kilmer population will need.
One of tin- tirst consequences of tlu* ratification ot reciprocit*)
will Ih- .1 labor shortage it-, ilu- northern *.virt ot this province, andl
ihi> will give th.- working man .1 natural opportunit) to Mvun- .1 highi-i
rate ot pa).
Next Thursday it will be up to the labor unions of British
Columbia to seiie thi* opportunity, and also to see that what
they get they hold.
REMEMBER   THE    BALLOT    IS    SECRET
l".*.o .;!.-:-.- ol tin* provincial government ra defeat redproritj
l'\ machine politic* is apparent .ill ove* Queen Charlotte Islands
.uul also in tlu- mainland, ho Comox and in Atlin. but mm espc-datl)
in tlu* SkeeM dtstrit
Great activit) i-* being displayed .������.* the construction of roi   -
and trails, .it*.', thc provincial Cosnervative rt*..v:.:-c is operai   ..
th;-   -.        -��    v      ... : the countr) *.  ���.>���-    In little pl     -
when  ... are . ��� *'\  ..        .... *.-��� \  -.or* .1 party work     - -.
to act .1- road foreman,   0 - rites
given employment \ . eci -     - -
:.��� induence tm ir votes b)      - . \\
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to buy voter* tt       was v. he) would
>:.*.\   bong ������  .- H of i ���  -.
von .. .-.*���: ran-
fictions.   Mo* st advantages
% the
ballot is secret.
THE    PXSCER    OF    A    LIGHT    VOTE
	
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Note early on Thursday. Forget party prejudice. Spurn
parti coercion I. se tour own mind for your own food and
the good of your own ovuntrr. Canada, and your own City.
Prime  Rupert.    \ ote early  And  tote straight  for  Ro*s.  Reci-
Ross & Reciprocity
Liberal Rally
...TO-NIGHT...
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Pro-minent Speakers Will   Addr**��  the*   Meeting.
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ARE HOSTILE
AT McBRIDE
RECIPROCITY AND OUR HALIBUT
Prince Rupert, Sept. 10, 1011.
To the Editor of the Dally News,���Mr, G. R. T. Sawle has
Issued a papmhlet entitled "Tlu* Halibut and Reciprocity" which
Ins been scattered broadcast by the Conservative campaign
committee throughout the city. Permit nu* in your columns
to reply to this.
I lo states thai. "Forevery statement which logicanil common
sense does nol prove he is prepared to furnish statistics from
public document*." 1 .1111 afraid Mr. Sawle will have lo furnish
tlio statistics.
Ilis logic is not convincing. Mr. Sawle says that "to properly
grasp the many phases of the catching ami marketing of halibut,
one must first realise that all the tish on the coast of llritish
Columbia does not belong to Canada. The halibut ma) be
found in what we claim to be Canadian waters, but until such
time as our national treaties recognise thorn as Canadian waters
ilu- tish caught there by United States boats must be considered
as American tish. In discussing the tariff we mint recognise
both Canadian tish and United States lish."
When we get reciprocity Mr. Sawle will not need to flounder
about in these fine distinctions between tish and fish as they
all will lu- alike before ihe law. free of duty. Our argument is
thai tor this very reason all companies will handle their tish
through Prince Ru*x*rt because the bulk of American and Can-
adian halibut is caught at our very door. Surely t.*-''i*.s companies will not then carry halibut to Vancouver and Seattle
to treat them. Fish require prompt treatment and the sixmer
ihey are fro/en the better their flavor.
No doubt the Conservative candidate would prefer to see
tlu-se tish taken io his beloved Vancouver, but reciprocity and
a larger, freer market will not permit it. The New England
Fish Company Will lv one ol ihe first to locate here in order to
take ever) advantage of .1 prompter handling of lish while fresh
and if they do nol then a better flavored article supplied by
rival concerns will capture their market.
This i> the opinion of J. P. Todd, s.iid by the Seattle Daily
limes to lv ilu- Ik'>i ivsii\l man on the fishing industry in the
West. Todd says thai when reciprocity cornea into effect the
Sta-:le fishing licet of 6,000 fishermen will move to Prir.ce Rupert.
rhis was held iu the I'niied Slates as an argument against reciprocit*.. What is their loss will lv our gain. When the New
England Fish Coptpan) moves iis hcultiuarters to Prince Rupert with its large plant, and its army of employees : when these
employees bring their families and In-come good cin.'.r.s it matters little (0 us whether it is known as the New England Fish
Compan) or The Loyal Canadian Kish Company; i: will then
in effect, lv a large Canadian industry with large markets already
secured throughout the cities of the United States.
But I will go fui -    1: is well known that the
New England Fish 0  .* > has not yet touched   ne side of
the possibilities of the rishit-g industry on this north c*.xist.    It
doesn - ne-hundredth part of the demand
.heap fish 1 I        IS   tes
Sun     V    *** ���- -     .  "little Canadian" view of the
���   -- - - stry. when he is alarmed ..�����. the Ntw
:   -        Ra s five boats can suppl) tho ��'���.. k
k Canadian ar :. v rketa
V Sawle says - pan) is "unafraid .: ar> compe-
titio.*.." I fancy that Sis Geotgi Dought) and cthors who have
had wide   spei .coir th.t    -       .----. country.*)
we  trill ab   be
.:���*. ��� Ne* Eng        Ra
its puny Seel thing boats r great k-
Mr   Saiw'.i   >      a late th< \\w Kr,-
Compaay ha- le to kill it* rivals in the Cat
business bee* n - ...     *.Me
-hip to the E�� I ���-.   - -   the
-M market -.*. > > >    - shipments
- - -, o.cre-arr.i   ��� '*.   '. Goventmer:
- Iver. pas    t freight 1        - . mpsnhi
\  I Mr. Sawle asks;    Ifiee            -   -                tad the d
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If the) i*t\A!. .-. freight   ���'���'.       ��� what
-���ill ���
I ��:'.', at*��wi-r M    Sssrh     \\'*.*.���* recipe at)  am -
��� t rt*xd freight  -
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mark   - rt ������   ������    -
font-.- \      \ ���       .       --se Near V��� .-
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dtro��| -tares for om
ate . red-ctk*
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stronger - iert the ntvo-
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v - F-*. -  ��� ���*-'- .- :--.vr.) ���*. hich -Joes not
s. -   ���d trill in Cocsequence
m be I -e*h *rtick Ivtitg so much superior tc
Mr. Sat e throughoot typifies :ha: -       1   ���aid.
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- have -dttirct- It
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1 i�� the sate with reciprocity 1 day.
R U    Sa ***** ha*      -.      bmn o��sr bmians eal
State**   -ket
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\\ ��� K-k-t Pri.ee Riapm wants   *
-.wH-n tr.   v -dun d��h."    .And ktfK_lly enough.
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Mr. S M wanethtag more than the
mtihM ������������ .-vit i��k    We traat ��� sa-rt-t*: -of lOtX-CttXCW
*   .**r. *r._ -art* are gmeg to get it ����� dte .1st of t-_* ntccth.   We
****** a* ttmtr- y Mi (v*atpourW-> M jtrv U prv^emt e-n-ged n kaSbut
*-'   '���>- -        l^-'-.-K K.  v. *���*.:'- -.-^t- < ���-.-,'��� %�����-* i-; |j ���--*
Violent Demonstration Against
Provincial Premier at Nelson.
Crowd Refused to Listen to
Him for Ten Minutes.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, Sept. 18.���There was a
remarkable demonstration here on
Saturday when it was easily it-i*
minutes before the audience would
allow Premier McBride to speak.
The crowd was hostile to the
Provincial Premier all through the
meeting.
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M��Mh|
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We aro offsrljR for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per shun*;
pur value $1.00. These shares are Koini;
quickly and will soon be off the market
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPAN!
; SELLING AGENTS
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Canadian duties average 25 per lam COMPRESSORS
cent���American duties 45 per cent j bucyrus stbmi shov-
atl  valorem,  and  the  balance of  bouubr rBBD POMPS
trade is against us.    Is it betler* aH-iiKANi: feed water
HKATKRS
���' ' CONCRETE MIXERS
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
HEAD OFFICE   TORONTO FACTORIES:   PBTBRBOROU    i
MAMFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING  ELECTRICAL
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited   -    Toronto, Ont.
against us.
10 raise ours to theirs and have
DREDGES
CAS AND GASOLINE ENGINES r
GAS  PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER 4* PLATT TURBINE   PIMPS
two tariffs, or wipe out both am
have none?
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH ����� *********��*���
I   ___________________________________________  Hot Ur4
GRAHAM KEARNEY, AGENT
"O^&gjMVBN TRIPLEX
ORNAMENTAL lonsi
WORK "*
PILE  DRIVER-
ROCK CRUSHER*!
STRUCTfltM.  STEEL
UNDERWRITER  51
Phone 245
RUSSIAN   PREMIER   DYING
Wounds Inflicted by Assassin in
Critical State
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Kieve. Sept. IS.���There is little
chance ihat Premier Stolypin, >lun ;
in  the  Grand  Opera  house las'
week, will survive today.   Internal
hemorrhages have set in.
SIR WILFRID RESTS
Hon. W. B. Aylesworth to Retain   Portfolio   Meantime
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY LINE
SEPTEMBER
THE IDEAL MONTH
KOR A  TRIP   EAST
TBE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Oriental Limited
OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE
Low Westbound Rates
Steamship   tickets   to   the   Old
Countrv bv  all  Atlantic  Lines.
Roger's Steamship Agency
ftiJ Aie.    He-ad a fOr.tr* St.   Pba-c** III
Q
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. IS.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier spent Sunday resting ir
Ottawa. The Prtinier has a.;,H.<i
a week's hard campaigning well.
At Sir Wilfrid Laurier's request
Hon. VV. Ce. Aylesworth will retain
his portfolio until after the elec*
 ���.. *..�� CARTAGE and
TEST      PILES      DRIVEN            STORAGE
  G. T. P. Trana/ar Agents
New Quarantine Wharf 500 Ft. i     W��w*����t  *******r**a��__w.
Long    to   be   Tendered   for  ofhce-h. b. R-vh^.^Ct^st.   TtmrnM.
Shortly
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast serviee - Fair..-.- Pi      -.
Line
Princess May
Monday. September 25th. at 9 a.m
Victoria. Vancouver ar.i >..\*.-
J. G. McNab ��� General Agent
S.S.  INLANDER
... FOR ��� ��� ���
HAZELTON
Take the fsst light-drau/r.-.
er Inlander for Ha^eiton.
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
Yesterday ;.*-: piles wtrt driven
the site ot tht new qoan
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
S-n-a t__i D-nntt--r_e*kt ot Go**; R__pe V
Tai�� i��oe�� itai U Pmm Ettdtaoa ol rr-ea
mm*, iaboear. c��ei to apptf tm pes���-m.v
t��-k o/ WMaaa Cnvc *b���� :b* rai.��ar ******
rl-nr ts mm aad 1 <-__��� tack tn- -.be crwc
t*__ tbaeea awtk ** ebaaa. U_ac* aaat to
�����������-��,  -���_** aertk M f-ii-a,  u.oc* �����( 4*
���   : :ar from the nirelen si
rs for thi> work will In ii
. shortly.   The wharf will
o0t'  ft.   lore   .ird   * .   Pab.J-a.li.
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PETER ERICKSON
Kraai E. Cc��*e>_ -Vf*et
ea Laad Diaotet���Daetn el Cea* Rase* V
- led work Will  1- Tate -��*�� tsa: I. loaa ******* et Hsmm
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It Taiilfia l>i I n       | *
���   .- -'-*.  . ��� ���-. i rs
- triae -aMtion may bv tuc-
Mfol bidders for tl   ���  rfc
~u La_i DatrMt���r-aenn il C<*st h*zt* V
Tato -xex* u*i 1. Fae-___ A f-t U T.araat.
Note lor rectprev:'.������ s- D- ����**����:��_i5??***^"??1 . ^
'. ..,'���,,. lac paraam r to *>--c**^m *.a* ..**���t��^< smer* ec
���the unputau as of the Boi
;on your dtti-M
NO.  63
Me��U ir. the Hei^rv
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order 1*1
sre requested to visit tie
J. P. CADE. S
J. W. JACKS   S
���c #���������_��� i* prnxz at
Daxmsi hz u, isi-.. 10BS EVXN2   S
Ft-MlU. r-*l E. Cew��C. .*.**<��
AM-    ItlL     H_W   ���>-;
I Have
Deer for Graham Island
pfa\ir.ciai govenuneni
made  a  .   ���     -        ��� ���-,
a Harbor, r
ttesssl at a ^.-at ,smxs*l oe taa aaat
. aad aavat 1: c___> haa xa* *kXA-
aaat cararr at Lee t.M. -nana tar.i ** ttarm
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--aa ��*ae M et__* u paau *t rug-iminiai.
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P��ka Mr *- trail- CMmtX A��tct
et Ccaat Baa<* >
Pre. Lift u- Accident b-. .'
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JOHN DYBHAVN
TO RENT
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
\   Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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BAUUBL IIAIIKISON
(HOTASY PSSUO)
V.  H*. Q. I1AMIII.K
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE> PURCHASED
and - Stewart
Prince Rupert
louble Weekly Service
,S. Princ* Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
TRWHK
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
or Stewart, Thursdays at 8 a.m.
. Prince John sails for   Port  Simp-
���um,   '..i.i-   River,   Masset,    Naden
Bsroor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
nl fir:
Qin'cti Charlotte Island points, Saturdays I p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
lied trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
|i.m.. returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
���nil Sundays at 4 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
Smarting with trains from the Pacific
last operates a frequent and conven-
tit wrvtes of luxurious trains over Its
���able truck route between Chicago,
Druiitii, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
ortliit.il. Boston. New York and Phila-
ilphiu. Atlantic Steamship bookings
Ranged via all lines. Full informant, tit'd tickets obtained from the
i of
A. E. McMASTER
t'RKIt'.IIT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
|fred. stork::
i -General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
,, Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves T
Graniteware      Tinware        *
,, SECOND - AVENUE
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfitting and
Sheet Metal Work
Olllce: Snl A,vo. Worle.hop:
I'h.iir 174 2nd Ave. bet. 7th anil Bih Su.
*************************
w. j. McCutcheon .
,   CtrriM contplet* itock of Drag*.   .Special   ,
attention pftid to flllitiit pmrHptlona.
: TWatre Block phone no. 70 Sectid Are. !
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STANDING OF
THE LEAGUES
Northwestern League
Won Lost Pet.
Vancouver 01    58    .011
Spokane 84   G8   ,563
Seattle 81   08    .544
Tacoma 78   72   .500
Portland 75   71    .514
Victoria 31) 112    .'205
American League
Philadelphia 88   io   .002
Detroit 81    54    .000
Cleveland 70 04 .522
New York 71 05 .522
Chicago 00 08 .403
Boston 07 89 .403
Washington 57 59 .410
St. Louis 40 90 202
National League
New York 82 42 .042
Chicago 78 52 .000
Pittsburg 80 58 .570
Philadelphia 71 58 .550
St. Louis 00 02 .520
Cincinnati 50 75 .440
Boston 33 07 .254
Pacific Coast League
Portland 01 07 ..ri78
Vernon 00 71 .575
Oakland 93 80 .538
San Francisco 71) 93 .450
Sacramento 73 02 .443
Los Angeles 72 00 .421
HAZELTONS NEW PAPER
Though "A Conservative Rag"
Omineca Miner, is Quite a
Newspaper.
First issues of "The Omineca
Miner" publication of which began
on September 2nd have readied
the Daily News oflice, and though
the new paper has the misfortune
to be on the Conservative side
the News wishes it all the compliments of the newspaper business.
Published weekly by Messrs. Macdonald and Rank at Haielton,
The Omineca Miner is a well
printed and readable sheet emphasising itself on the public as
"A Newspaper" and certainly "giving the news" (in a strictly Conservative way of course). A new
paper in a city means population
on the grow. Hazelton i-** certainl**
forging ahead.
BLIND PIGGER PENNED
Six Months' Sentence Served
Out to J. Gentile of Comox
Avenue.
Sunday the police milled a
blind pig run by J. Gentile at
No. 2 Comox avenue, (the Miller
Danfotd Row). All kinds of liquor
were found there evidently for
sale. MondayGentile wns sentenced
to pay a fine of $3()tl and costs,
or go io prison for .six months, I le
preferred to g<> to prison.
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o o
o     TURN   THEM  OUT      0
o                  o
O All  over   the  Comox- 0
O Atlin  district  the  pro- _
O vincial authorities are o
O swearing in special con- 0
O stables   at   act   at   the o
O polling booths on elec- o
o tion day.    This  action o
O is  illegal   and   uncalled o
O for.    It may be an at- o
O tempt   at   intimidation o
O or an effort to get party o
O workers  at  the expense o
O of   the   people   of   the 0
O province. o
O The   Dominion   Elec- o
O tions   Act,   Clause   137, o
O says   that    only   candi- o
O dates, their agents, the o
o deputy   returning   offi- 0
O cer, and the poll clerk, o
O "and no others," are to o
O be allowed in the polling o
O booths. o
O All   deputy   returning o
O officers in fulfilment of o
O their   duty   must   turn o
O out any provincial con- o
O stables who attempt to o
O force their way into the o
O polling booths. o
O o
OOOOOOOO  OOOOOO
Pretty Wedding
Rev. W. H. McLeod officiated
On Saturday evening ill the niitr-
riage of Miss Rosa Haudesnchild
io Mr. Fred Wcsch, <>f ihe Pioneer
laundry. The ceremony took place
at the home of the bride, Sixth
street and Fraser, iit half pasl
seven.
DETAILS OF THE
GEORGE RESCUE
Two Men Saved from Sinking
Yacht. Wreck was Towed
Just in Time into Harbor,
but Fine Dog was Lost Overboard on Way.
Details of the rescue by the
S.S. Prince George <>f two men from
a wrecked yacht fifteen miles or
so from Vancouver are interesting.
The George steaming at a fast
clip through ;v strong breeze and
tough se;1, w;is pulled up sharp
by Captain Saunders when he
saw signals of distress from the
yacht Alleyn which lay right ahead
almost awash, and with foremast
carried away. The Alleyn was a
schooner yacht with auxiliary gasoline engine.
Giving the wreck her lee, the
George bore down on her slowly,
and coming alongside took off
her two occupants who had been
making despairing signals for help.
A dog, rather a fine spaniel, was
left on board by the two men
who seemed too scared to think
<.f its safety. The poor creature
was washed overboard laler when
the (ii'orge took the wreck in to\v.
The men recovered after attention
on board the George, and though
the yacht was in a sinking condition when taken in tow the
George made such good progress
with her thai she was brought
alongside the wharf at Vancouver
jusi as the water was lipping
over her deck. Had lhc dog been
locked in the deck house il might
have been saved.
=__E.   EBY   C\%   Co.=__.
KF.AL   E.STATE
Kitsumkalum Lund For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� |{. ('.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prlnw ltuin*rl Lialito. Nn. SIX, Snna of
Enitlanil, mimta the- llrat unit thlnl Tui-ailuva In
each month In thu Sun. of England Hull, 818 Ind
Ave. at 8 p.m.
F. V. CI.AUK. Sec,
ERNEST A. WOODsT&ra&S!" """e"
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A. I.. CM.
Teacher of Piano, Violin anil
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave, ��� .       ,,
Between Tth & Sth Sta.    PrlnM UuPert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and  Embalmer
CHAIttiKS REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE   356.
OPEN UAY AND NIGHT
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over WeBtenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUD110BS
I,aw-Butler Building      I'hone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 861
ALFRED CARS8, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Brltlah Columbia of B.C., Ontario. Saa-
miil Manitoba Bara. katchewan  and Al
berta Bara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Officei-Exc-hanir.. block, cornor Third ave-nur and
Sixth alrae-L Prlnco Kuoert. 8
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
Funeral  Diroctora
3rd Ave. near tith St. Phono No. 80
..Grand Hotel.
Worktntfman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St
CEO. BRODERIUS. Propei.lor
NEW TEACHER COMING
Continuous Increase in the roll
at Prince Rupert public school
this session necessitated the engagement of a new teacher, while
;i special class for younger pupils
is held in the old school down
town. Miss Rita Be Manning,
the new teacher, will arrive to
take charge of her room in the new
school on Wednesday. Miss Johnstone has charge of the class in
the old school.
SAVOY HOTEL
Proer and Fifth St.
Thc only hotel in town
with hot and cold water In roomi. Best furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms 50c
up. Phon* 87. P.O.
Box 129.     :      :      :
Prudhomme & Fisher
Proprietors
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., L>. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ili'ii.ul operatluna akllfully treated.   Gaa and
local anaathclir. admlniale'real for th* patnleaa as-
traction of tooth.      Cunaullatlon free.     Ofllcoa:
H.lirtraon Block. Pnncc Hupert. il-Ut
Alex.M.Manaon U.A..
W.K.Willinma.li.A..
I..L.D
WILLIAMS
_   MANSON
Barristers,
Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert,
B.C
P. O. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. or wh. roxoN, Esq., a.r.a.m., ion., end
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS - SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Pilled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
...Whites Portland Cement..
O. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phoot 125      Nsdes Block      Second Aft
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of I r.iii - Wilczek. Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
OOOOOOO
) O OlO.OiO O O O Or
THE PROSPERITY OF EVERY GREAT CITY IS DUE TO ITS GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
THE SPOKANE OF CANADA
THE SPOKANE OF CANADA
NEW HAZELTON
The most important Townsite! The most talked of Townsite along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
NOTICE
New Hazelton Townsite, Sec. 1
Now being offered for sale It Not ���
Grand Trunk Pacific Promotion
Townsite. NEW HAZELTON Town-
site was selected by the experts of
a syndicate of successful men as the
geographical location for a big city.
They bought thc land, realizing the
wonderful resources of the Hazelton
District, the Mines, the Distributing
Centre for hundred* of miles, and
many other reasons.
NEW   HAZELTON
Many mines are getting ready to ship
ore. Some of the mines being developed
are:���Silver Cup, American Boy, Silver Standard, Sunrise and Sunset,
Lead Kxn*��� Erie Babine. Most of
the ore in NEW HAZELTON mines
is high grade Silver-Lead, Bimilar to
ore in the Slocan District in East
Kootenay, B. C, and similar to some
ores found at Leadvllle, Col.
BUY A LOT
HAVE YOU CONFIDENCE OF
MERCHANTS ON THE GROUND?
Many lot* already purchased by
the keeneat limine men of Haielton (Old Town). You can aafely
follow the judgment of such men.
NEW HAZELTON, the hub of the
Hazelton District, will be the natural
headquarters for what promises to
be the most active and *en*attonal
new city in the fastest growing part
of the world today on account of the
wonderful Lead, and Zinc Mines, the
Groundhog Mountain Coal Fields, the
Vast Agricultural Country tributary to
the coming principal city in British
Columbia on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railroad.
Stores arc going up. Newspaper
plant now moving on the Townsite.
Two or three General Merchandise
Stores, Drug Store, Bank, Restuarants
and in fact, many lines of trade are
now arranging to open in NEW HAZELTON, Section One. Activity Is
in that part of the Townsite known
as Section One.
INVESTMENTS
MAIiE IN TOWNS WITH THE
Right Kind of Country,  Right
Kind of Resources, Right Kind of  ^
People, will surely be bijr paying   7j      jj     T      *���* ��
investments.   This is the town at    WeW H-ZeltOn, D.t.
Call at J. H. Kugler's office and pick
your lots while you have plenty to
choose from. People have been waiting over a year for this Townsite to
be put on the market, so there is
bound to be a rush for lots.
NEW HAZELTON Townsite had
over a Quarter of a Million Dollar*
Inveited by a few Business M.'n before
thc Lots were offered for sale. NEW
HAZELTON Is a Business Man's
Townsite. All the G. T. P. und Locul
History was carefully considered. The
Engineer's Reports us to grades, opportunities for side trucks necessnry
to handle the thousunds of freight
cars were examined. Then they invested in NEW HAZELTON. They
paid in Cash for NEW HAZELTON
and nearby Lands over Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollar*.
NEW HAZELTON is reported by
Engineers to be the only available
spot in the Skeena or Bulkley Valleys
for many miles each way where it
would be possible to have Railroad
Yards large enough to handle the
Hazelton District's business.
NEW HAZELTON affords a long,
nearly level stretch of land suitable
for Immense Yards, which will be
required to handle the thousands of
cars of ore antl coal that will be shipped
from the mines in tl*e Hazelton District.
Thc story of NEW HAZELTON is
well known to the public. It is ti
Townsite being offered to the public
by successful business men. There is
positively no Railroad Company or
Townsite* Promoter financially interested in the land. Tho owners
have undertuken to make NEW HAZELTON n city of importune in British
Columbia. NEW HAZELTON promises to be the most profitable city
to the Grand Trunk Pacific along its
main lines.
Office* of Foley, Welch & Stewart,
contractor* building the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railroad, will be
located in NEW HAZELTON. The
Chief Clerk, Paymaster and Purchasing Agent are preparing to, and
will, build home* in NEW HAZELTON, Section One.
NEW HAZELTON loented on the
Grund Trunk Pecific Ruilroad is attracting the nttention of the whole
world, tux nil importnnt towns do on
thc main line of thc Grund Trunk
Pacific  Ruilrond.
$10 DOWN AND $10 A MONTH
BUYS A LOT
=ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO:
Prince Rupert, B. C.
P.O. Box 1515
Northern Interior Land Company, Limited
Prince Rupert for Sale of Lots
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
2nd Ave., between flth and 6th Streets THE DAILY NEWS
RECIPROCITY AND OUR HALIBUT
(Continued from Page 2)
and, for the reasons I have given, we are going to have these
when the rcciprociiy pact is confirmed.
Mr. Sawle says: "We must not be content with the belief
that our market consists of only eight million people. Tomorrow
We will have eighty millions, and these are the people who are
going io buy Canadian lish from prince Rupen plants." Here,
;it last, 1 can agree wiih Mr. Sawle, only thai for his expression
"tomorrow" 1 will substitute the words "after the 21st of this
mon ill."
Mr. Sawle siys ih.u his pamphlet is issued l.y the campaign
committee of the Conservatives, He need scarcely have mid us
this. It has till the ear marks of that; but, what is much worse,
ii bears all the marks of having been inspired by one who has
little use for our city and who would fain see the New England
Fish Company contiaue in the future as it has done in the past,
to take iis ti-.li to "my beloved Vancouver." This company
will certainly continue to do so if reciprocity is not accepted,
and if all fair-minded Conservatives wish to ritl tluir shoulders
of this "old man of ihe sea" they will do well to ihink twice before
voting for Clements on the 21st.
Yours,
L. W. PATMORE.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ��� Houses and Rentals.
THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER
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RECIPROCITY FOR
THE WORKER
(Continued from page one)
(.In his way from Prince Rupert
to Vancouver President Charles
M. Hays wrote a letter to the
city council which was read at
tin* meeting of that body last
night, as follows:
"On Boat. Sept. "ith
"My Dear Mayor Manson,���I
was very pleased to receive your
favor of Sept. 2nd, confirming the
news that the bylaw ratifying the
agreemeni lieiween the company
and the city, had carried by s<>
.urge a majority. I note your
request about the plans for the
cemetery siie, antl 1 shall at once
wriie Mr. Hall on the subject
ind ask him u. tend them (.> you
as soon as possible.   In the matter
for   the   Canadians'   as   regards
Ruperl's lish markets," lie cried.
"If  Canadians were all we were
to   sell   to, I   wonder  what   sort
of development <>f Prince Rupert
we  should  Bee?    What  are  we
tloing every day but attracting
new people of ;..ll lands to us and
nationalising them. Wewillsupply
all  markets   from   Prince   Rupert
lhat   we  can.    (Cheers).    As  for
Clements,  I  believe he says he
did   not   represent   the   Standard
Oil   Company   here.     If  he  ever
lays that to me I will tell him io
his face that he is telling a lie,
for I gave him orders for Standard
Oil myself.   (Applause).   He ought
to be back in the cent belt raising
beans,    (Laughter).    Let   us  get
out  antl   vote  on   Thursday   so
strong for Ross anil  Reciprocity,
that we'll give Clements a snowing
under in Rupert such as will keep
him from ever selling foot in the
district again!"  (Wild applause).
Tireless Committee Man
A.    Manson,   who   though   he
declared himself more a committee
worker than an orator, delivered
a telling speech, emphasing   the
need for every Liberal and every
reciprocity  man  present  to  vote
early on Thursday antl then get
in  all  friends who had votes as
soon as possible.   "Take a holiday
on   Thursady   and   keep   up   the
good  work!"   said   Mr.   Manson.
He gave some telling examples of
rank Conservative work in Quebec
under the methods of Monk and
Bourassa, and referred to the raw
deal given by Attorney General
Bowser m Prince Rupen when ilu*
strike   trial   venue   was   fixed   at
Victoria, and the witnesses allowed
no indemnity. Strong substantiation of this was given in a well
received speech l.y Charles Hunter
who  w.is  at   Victoria  with   the
strikt* witnesses and had detected
the Bowser emissaries in a delib*
er.itt* falsi-hood about the available
berths for the men on their return
io Victoria, by which they win*
forced io travel "Deck" instead
of lirsi class. "I am for reciprocity!" cried this speaker.   "It
means more for the good of the
worker than any other policy
yet introduced."   (Cheers).
Rousing  cheers  for   Ross   were Win for Flynn
given at  the end of the inteting)     New York, Sept. .9.    lSpecii-1)���
anil  electors in  crowds registered Flynn got a popular decision over
themselves on the side of Ross and I Morris  in   ten   rounds   tonight.
Reciprocity, j Morris was badly punished.
HAYS WRITES TO
CITY COUNCIL o
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Will Go on with Railway Improvements Without Waiting
for Approval of Provincial
Government.
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In all Dominion elections the doors of polling
booths open at 9 o'colck
a. m. and close at 5 p.m.
All votes must be cast
between these hours.
In provincial and municipal elections the polling stations remain open
until 7 o'clock in the
evening, a fact which
sometimes creates confusion in the mind of
the elector. Do not forget that on September
21 the doors of the polling booths will be closed
sharply on the hour of 5.
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M ���*." a i**p
Boy wantad at once.   Apply News Offlce.
Wanted general aervant two aervant slrla kept.
Apply to Mra. L. W. Patmore. 201-af
Woman wants work by day.   Emiuire M.a. John-
aor.. 8th Ave. and Tatlow St. W'-HOS
Wanted bright boy for Now. Stand.   One living
at home  preferred.   Aptilv  Canada   Railway
Newa Co.. G.T.P. Dock, or Flat 6, Clapp Bldl.
Wanted woman to cook und tako care of two
children. German woniiin preferred. State
wagea expected and apply at H Mh Ave.       tf
Wanted-A party aeeka employment. Good commercial experience both in Africa and thia
country. Speaka French. Trustworthy. Box
686. Daily Newa. 1M>.I-*!11
E.�����*���*.���� ���**.., ���*���*.>���������**. >a*��., ^,. a��M^.,^..^."**.+
For Rent
**~* ��.-**.. *���.����������..������.,. -a n *a n *a n a ����� *a��i~a i*
Furnlahed rooma with bath,
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Special ratea by
165-tf
Neatly Furnlahed rooma, k-enllemen preferred.���
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma, Mra. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Furnlahed room,. Hot and cold water
with bath. Digby Room., tith Ave. and Fulton
Street tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hall. 81�� 2nd*A*e.. for
Dance*. Fraternal Socle.iei. Social*, etc. Apply
Frank A Elllat Box 869 or phone 66. 186-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
*%**** m*^*s**y**aA*
tf-^ae-wr^
For Sale
ForSal��-Chfck��n Ranch. 2 Storey hotiM-, house-
��i��U rood*. Near Prim-p Rupert. A snap If
uken at once.   Address Box 368. tf
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I.
Insurance
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O i OUR Companlee are noted for prompt and juat
eettlcmenU.   We write every known claaa of
O      Inaurance. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Ca
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STILL    IN    THE    DARK
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Wanted |
PHONE 301 r.O. BOX 804
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC MKKCIIANTD* DELIVERY SERVICE
Baggage, Storage and Forwarding Agenta.   For
Rig* or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
*-'~is,��.a
pOODPRINJINp
Is a Persistent "Influence" Exerted in Your Behalf |
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou msksi "Soma
Kind of an Impression."    Poor printing will leave a poo, ���
pression of its user as surely as would poor clothe*., or Door
store or shop or offlce.   "Good " printing will leave upon ever!
mind an impression wholly favorable of its user.
Even if but one in a thousand of these "Impressions " reallv tint
the scales for business, for orders, for you " Good Printing"
will have thus paid for itself I
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE "NKW8~jiiiT"
Daily News Building        phone 98 Third Aoenut
������-ac*"*ay\ci/\/a|
We Have Clients for Property
in Sections One and Six
Submit your listings : :
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
Real Estate Department
Manages,  Buys,  Sells,  Rents and Appraises Prince Rupert
city real Estate, Pays TaxeB, Places Insurance,
Collects Rents
Sleuths Despondent Over Capturing    Bank Robbers.
of  terminals,  hotel,  etc.,   I   shall
it once take up with Vice-president (Canadian Press Despatch)
and General Manager Hi.-niUrli.i I Ntw WvMmu*M3r. Sept. 19.���
thc question of preparation of FoUowing ��P *-���***** that might lead
plans and commencement of ;,u | to informaiion eoneerning the per-
details necessary to Ko on wirh Petrators ol  the Montreal
W.ni.al - Hand laundennir.     Price* moderate.
261 Thlnl Avenue, near Newa office, tf
Wanted pile* 100 feet long.   Inquire at the Atlin
Conatructlon Co., Seal Cove, or Phone ttO   tf
Wanted.���Cleaning and preaalng, dreeamaking,
plain aewing. chitdra-n'a .ewing. repairing and al-
teration.-Men.' and la.! . - garmente. Canadian
Cleaning and I'reealng .hop. ISO Third Avenue.
Phone 2W Red. if
to go
thc   work,   without   wailing   for
approval of thu agreement by ihe
Legislature,  which   I   assume we
may take as a matter of course.
"Willi kind regards.
Very truly yours,
"CHAS. M. HAYS."
RAT    CATCHER    FIRED
robbery takes up time. Stores
of detectives and police are here.
So far all the clues have proved
groundless and last night the
police admitted that they wert* ,*s
much in the dark as ever.
LAURIER CONFIDENT
Not Catching Rodents Enough
to   Satisfy   Aid.    Hilditch
Goes from Ottawa to Speak at
Montreal Tonight
The city clerk read a report last
night of the following bags made
bu the rat catcher: May 840,
June 720. July 048 and .August
480. Aldennan Hilditch did not
think this repm satisfactory. If
the use of virus had been eon-
tinned the city would be clear
of nils by this time, instead of
J which there were more than ever.
He did not see. therefore, why
ihey should continue to pay ;.
salary ol $."><) per month. The
council agreed with him and the
city clerk was instructed to give
the r.M catcher the grand bounce
.M the end of tlu- month.
Ottawa, Sept. 10.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier addressed a great meeting
in the Arena hist night. Tonight
he spe.'ks ��� Montreal. In all his
recent speeches hc has stated
his absolute confidence in the
success of his party.
BIG   STRIKE
IN   SPAIN
the
Martial  Law  Declared  in
Port  of Valencia
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Madrid, Sept*. 10.���A general
sttik.*. which hi's behind ii revolutionary support, has broken nut
at the Port of Valencia and
ni.irli.il law has been declared.
The telegraph wires were cut soon
after a message telling of serious
disturbance* reached here. Valencia has a population of over tWO
hundred thousand.
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WIRE RECEIVED FROM NEW HAZELTON
HARVEST HOME IN
S. A. CITADEL
First Harvest Festival Held
in Prince Rupert was a Great
Success. Amusing Auction
Sale of Good Things Including Rupert's Own Produce.
In the Salvation Army Citadel
last night a successful harvest
festival was held, realising $140
for the Army campaign fund.
The festival took the form of an
auction sale presided over by-
Frank F.llis whose humorous eloquence persuaded the prices of
various delectable dainties pleasant
ly from thc ixickcts of Salvation
Army supporters who thronged
in lhc Citadel. Particularly effective as price bringcrs were thc
famous lemon pies made by the
skilful hand* of Mrs. Ensign Johnstone, and Lieutenant Wright.
Oilier gifts by friends of the
army went very well, and there
w.'*. a brisk dt in.iml for the vegetables, all Prince Rupert produce
which were gathered from newly
formed gardens in the city by
those optimistic and energetic citizens who labored lo make gardens
in the spring, and now reap their
reward  royally.    Captain   Kerr,
Mrs. Kitsap Johnstone, Lieutenant
Wright, and the Army staff extend
iheir thaliks to all who helped
make the festival such an undoubted success.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 5, Seattle 1.
Spokane 10. Victoria 2.
Tacoma 2, Portland 0.
American League
Philadelphia 3, 1; Chicago 1, 1,
Washington 0, St. Louis 1.
Cleveland 4, Boston 1.
Detroit 0, New York 4.
National League
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 1.
St. Louis 8, 3;  Boston 2, 3.
New York 7, Pittsburg 2.
Brooklyn 0, Chicago 5.
Pacific Coast League
Sacramento 7, Los Angeles 0.
JAP   SPIES   ON   COAST
Alaskans Anxious About Visit
of Jap Commander
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seward, Alaska, Sept. 19.���The
trip to Alaska of Commander
Hirago, of the Japanese navy, is
causing considerable anxiety. D.-r
ing his trip the commander is
alleged to be making sketches of
the coast line and harbors and
Hiking special pains to secure
drawings and maps of Resurrection
Bay. Passengers on the steamer
Sampson report that Hirago is
not letting the slightest detail
escape him. The matter has been
reported to Washington.
New Styles for Fall
Our new stock of fancy tweeds
and classy worsteds just arrived.
I-argest stock north of Vancouver.
American or English styles.
Our aim is to please everybody.
Call and see our stock���it is full
of  good  values  and  nobby  pa
terns.���Sweder Brothers, high class
tailors, Helgerson Block. 3t
Premier Stolypin Dead
Kiev,  Sept.   19.���(Special)���M.
Stolypin,   the   Russian    Premier,
died at 10.80last night.
H-  13,   An.   23,   Collect,   10.34 p.m.
Ha_elton,   B.C.,   Sept.   18,   '11
Jeremiah H. Kugler
Prince Rupert,   B.C.
Fourteen men working Foley   headquarters   today.       Omineca
Herald,   L.   J.   McArthur,   two  restaurants,   three   rooming
hcuaes,   Methodist   and Presbyterian  churci.-       .i.ier constrvic-
tion. ���
W.   KENNEDY
; _. Ck-rz-
f**M
Criminal Assise Here
The heavy expense, loss of time
and general inconvenience caused
by tile criminal assize being held
at Vancouver or Victoria instead
of this city was discussed at the
meeting of the city council last
night. The city solicitor said
il w;is absolutely wrong and lhat
there was not a shred of reason
for it. It was resolved lo petition
the attorney-general tc have the
criminal assize for this dislrict
held in Prince Rupert.
Campaign in Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 19.���(Special)
���Last night at the horse show
building three candidates addressed
six thousand electors on the issues
of the campaign. All were given
a gootl hearing. During the evening some benches gave way, which
led to some excitement.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
The Brotherhood Crescents v.
?uill Drivers, at the Auditorium,
uesday, September 19. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
For Rent���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store.���H. S. W*ll*c*. tf
Wark's Closing
Jewelry Sale
Still going on.   Select your wedding
and Christina* Gift today.
Souvenirs  and  Jewellery
Less than Cost
C. B. WARK & CO.
Third Avenue
PIGS! PIGS! PIGS!
FOR    SALE
50 of them 3 months
old $6.50 to $7.00 . .
A. C. LITTLE
At Little* Newa Stand.      Centre St.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER A  BESNER,   PROPRIETORS
Tlu Nr* Knoa Hotel la ran en the European
plan. 1'ir.t-rla*. a��r>i*-* All tb* Lateat Modern
lmprore-ient*. BEDS Wc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
SEALED TENDERS a ill be received lv
Mr. Chart*. CUIton I'mi, Indian A*r*nt, al
Prlne* Rue���rl, uf, lo 12 < Vtork noon on Tue-aday,
September l��th, 1(11, lor th* contraction of a
rr��"l< n<-��* and office at Metlakatla, B. C.
I'I.r.-l and .peeiftratlone may ne tmn at Ihe
Port office, Prince Runert. A e*rtift*d cheque
equal lo 10 per cent ol the amount ol tender,
drawn in lavor ol lh* Superintendent Genera
ot Indian Affair*, muat accompany each lender,
which cheque mill be forfeited il the party l~iit.rinn
tail, to enter Into a contract a-hen called upon lo
do *o; or 11 he. hla heira\ executor, or aaaifna, fail
lo complete the contract.
The lowewt ar any other tender not neceeaarily
accepted.
CHARLES CLIFTON PERRY.
_ _ Indian Agent.
Dated al Prince Rupert, B. C, thia nth day
of September mil. "
For Sale or Exchange
Seven roomed house and lot, Section 7
EASY TERMS
Apply to
Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
FOR'.SALE
Two lots,?Block 24, Section 3. con*
with two fronts, Seventh ;.v. t.uf sti
Lotbiniere street.L Price $-600. IHW
cash. .
One lot, Block 22, Section ... Suit.*..
avenue.   Price $800.   $400 rash.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, Sixth ��ii-
nue. Price $1365. $800 ci-l.. Fit*
view lot.
One lot, Block 27. Section T. Kt|ki*
svenue.   Price $287.   KM
Two lots, Block 12, Section 7, AmbiMi
avenue.   Price $1000 each.  *��uOc-*_
Two   loU,   Block   49,   Serin
Ninth avenue.   Price $750 **%**"
half cash, balance 6 and 12 month*-
Two  lots, Block 3, Section
avenue.   Price $700 pair.  $200 '*�����
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two story home, 7 rooms, 4 *
stairs, 3 rooms downstair*, i-iiniet
kalsomined, newly flnishi-.l.
on  Ambrose avenue.    Pri.*>* J-1*-*1
$1000 cash.
Five room house, water, pl..
pered, large basement, on Nnss *>**
nue.   Price $1800.   $1000 I
FOR RENT .
Four room house, comfortably furiiw**
hot and cold water, bath an.i'.. ������ ;*���������������*���
Hays Cove Circle .
Five room house, water, M|
U.*ed, large basement, Ninlf. ���iv��u��-
Price $22.50 per month.
FOR REN r
Stores on Second avenue.
FOR   LEASE
76 x 100 feet on Third avit.i.*
Imm
FOR SALE
Five and ten-acre tracts for
trucking at Kitsumkalum, 0
per acre.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, U
. .:i'll)- ��***
FEED STORE
We carrr ere-rythlna '" lhe feed line, alee tar
MajMStM the towel market price*, at Collart a
-���la Feed Btore, Mafket Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Detlrerj*
Phone* 41 or .101
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
SEALED TENDERS addre.w-1
���i��ned, and endorsed "Tender fur ��
Inlet, II. C" will be received at "|,"  '..,  ,rf
4.00 P. M., on Tuewday, Septeml-i:
the eanatrvtction ol a Pile Whul *'��� '
Eeq., Dittrict Eniineer. New
and on application to the Poftmartf *'
Rupert anel Victoria, B. C.
Peraon.   t*nderin��   ar*   notlfled   in��      .rIre
win not he cnnaldered unlew ���*_���_"!
lorme   eupplted,   and   .Ifned   with   t '< ���    ]f���,
atanetui-a,  .latins their  octunallor. t  ' i  ^
at reaidene*.    In  the ea** ��  "rm"- ,-i
ttanalure,   tb*   nature  ol   the   if ** '��� ��� ,.,
plac* of reaidrnce ol each member of IN* """
be siren
Each   lender
'.'"'T' mrM
be   -
accepted   cheque on  a  chartered  l-a\,
"o lh* order of the Honourable 11
Mini-"' '
Publle Worka equal to ten per
which  will
Ih*  amount   of  tender,   which  win
If Ib* peraon  lenderlns decline t" ���
contract when called upon lo do en. '" .1
plet* th* eonlreet.   II th* tender be not ace*,
th* cheque will be returned. ,. ,   lf���pl
Tbe Department doee not bind   IU* <*
the loweat or any lander.
"" Vt MM��jgg_T
Department of rublie Worka. ..
Ottawa, Au��wt 2*. '���' ,H,*r*
Newap.netm will  not be paid  lot "���    . Irja
ttaeenent ll they inert R without author.)
the Department.
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