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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6   a. m.,
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The Daily News
NEXT MAILS
For South
Princess Royal Friday a.m
Stat"
.For   North
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II. NO. 149
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, July 5, 1911.
RTM CEL
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TOYS Pffll
WANT WATER AND POWER
PROPOSALS SEGREGATED
Board of Trade After Discussion, Recommends  to City Council
That the By-Law for the Hydro-Electric Scheme be Submitted as Separate Proposals---Meeting Favored
Getting a Company Started Right Away
"That in the opinion of
the Board money by-laws
on thc water system and
Hydro-Electric power plant
should be segregated and
voted upon separately. The
Board of Trade recommends that the City Council
should consider this opinion before finally passing
the proposed by-law combining the two."
Above is the resolution come
to by the Prince Rupert Hoard of
Trade on the matter of the Hdyro-
Elixtricschtane proposed for Prince
Rii'Hri by City Kngiiiccr Thorn p-
s-iin nf Si attic in conjunction with
the water supply from Woodworth
Lain provided for by Colonel
Davis. After some discussion of
the problem of electric power
fur the city, and the Tsimpsean
Company's proposals ihe rcsolu-
tlon resulted.
Must Have Water
A water supply Prince Rupert
must have; an electric power
tcheme in conjunction with the
water supply, the city might have.
This is the attitude of the Board
"I Trade. Whether it is most
advantageous for the city in its
present stage to instal its own
water ixiwer electric plant, or to
leave the supplying of electric
power to a wealthy ixvrporation
prcparetl to start right in and
spend money now, was the question. The feeling of the meeting
rather inclines to the latter idea,
though the corporation need not
necessarily be the Tsimpsean Power Company. Mr. J. Kirkpatrick
mentioned that he was in touch
with another company anxious to
locate in Prince Rupert and supply
gas and electric power.
About the Tax-payer
Mr. M. P. McCaffery expressed,
and other members of thc Board
supported the contention that for
Prince Rupert lo get to work and
instal her own hydro-electric power system at this stage means the
imposition upon the tax-payer of
an increased burden which might
be relieved by the leaving out
of the electric power part of the
Woodworth water scheme. A company coming in to establish a
power system would contribute
to the revenue of the city and he.pu
to the revenue of the city and
help relieve the burden of the
tax-payer. It was decided that
as the city council seems set on
combining the two schemes of
water supply and electric power
and submitting the by-law in this
form to thu people, steps should
at once be taken to let the council
know the attitude of the Board
of Trade on the matter.
Pregnant Sentences
"One thing we must have is
water. We also want it as cheaply
as possible. We want to know-
too, how the council will spend
the money provided for in the
Hydro-Electric By-law."���The
President of the Board of Trade.
"To drag the Hydro-Electric
Scheme into the water supply
scheme is just to complicate the
matter and not do any gotxl."���L.
W. Patmore.
"To hang the two together does
not seem right to me at all. It
seems a very serious thing for tin-
taxpayers."���M. P. McCaffery.
BASEBALL SCORES
jbAStli
Northwestern League
Vancouver 4, Tacoma II.
Portland 4, Seattle 12.
Spokane 3, Victoria 5.
American League
Boston 4, Washington (i.
Detroit 11, Chicago 10.
St. Louis 5, Cleveland 0.
Philadelphia 7, New York �����
Pacific Coast League
Sacramento 2, 2; Portlane
Vernon 5, 5; 'Frisco 0, 2.
Oakland 14, Los Angeles 0.
National League
Boston 3, Brooklyn 2.
Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 4.
Chicago 4, Cincinnati 4.
New York 8, Philadelphia 11.
BOOST MINES"
IN THE DISTRICT
0,4.
On a Vag. Charge
A man named John Mooncy
who one-e figured as a witness in
the strike preliminary hearings
was arrested early this morning
on a vag. charge. Magistrate
Carss decided to let him go on
suspennded sentence. Chief Vick-
ers will keep an eye on him.
AD. WOLGAST BEAT MORAN
IN THIRTEEN ROUNDS
After Terrific Battle the Game Little Englishman Was
Counted Out for the First Time in Eleven Years
Wolgast Showed Terrific Punching Power
Was a Fierce Contest
Il was in the thirteenth round
Canadian Press Despatch)
s.m Irancisco, July 4.���For the
Bin linn- during the eleven years
1 has been in the ring, Owen
Mortal, ih,- puna little lightweight
EngUsh champion, was counted
""i today when he fought with
Champion Ad Wolgast for the
lightweight championship of the
World.
that the victory was won. The
fight had been a hot one right
from thc start, with both men
punching for all they were worth.
It resolved itself into a contest
of strength and capacity for punishment. It was anyone's fight
in  the early stages,  but as the
WERE VERY FEW DEATHS
ON INDEPENDENCE DAY
Campaign for a Sane Fourth of July Has Borne Fruit
Only Thirteen Deaths and Three Hundred Accidents Reported���The Best Result on Record
Washington, July 5.���The Four-
1,1 "f July passed off this year with
celeb
Vt;ry few casualties. Thc nation-
smpalgn for a safe and sane
"���inion of Independence Day
J�� borne fruit. This year showed
""/-"'���'llest nuuilx-.r of deaths and
���'"'''���iitsever recorded.
According  to  figures  compiled
���' -i hite hour this miming at the
V^ment headquarters, thirteen
,ul,s only occurred.   The
2!i|
 ������"..    un num-
2ii. '  a.!1'.'80 in'ured amounts to
I'1'>s  shows  a   remarkable
'"K olf !l8 c���mpare(1 with the
RWn�� for Ian year.
. A'"""s- the deaths recorded, no
( " "'������'an five of them were
""J* by setting off giant fire-
ers.      Crcvat    Uttafnfti-ti-in    la
wpn
���rent   satisfaction   is
" ,M(I by the press this morning
41 ^ result of the
I campaign.
Strawberry Festival
The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
will hold a Strawberry and Candy
Festival, in the old Church Building on Thursday afternoon and
evening, July 6th. Tea will be
served. ���"
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.-
Pictures snd Music, 7.80 p.m.
MAJESTIC THEATRE, Third Ave;
Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures snd music, 7.30 p.m.
INDOOR BASEBALL Meeting at
Royal Hotel, tonight 8 p.m.
contest progressed Wolgast began
to show his strength.
A Clean Knock Out
At the thirteenth round Wolgast
rushed Moran, dealing him two
swift uppercuts to the stomach,
followed by a left hook to thc jaw.
It was a clean knockout. Writhing
and unconscious Moran lay on
lhe boards, while Rerefce Welsh's
arm tolled off the fatal ten seconds
which secured the victory for
Wolgast.
A Popular Victory
Thc victory of the American
champion was a popular one,
though Moran's plucky fight earn*
eel him much admiration. It was
a clean and decisive victory, earned
by the ragged strength and terrific
punching power of Wolgast.
Vancouver Minerals Exhibition
Superintendent Requests Specimens of Ores from Prince
; Rupert and Hazelton Districts.
Through the Board of Trade-
Mr. H. B. Bream, superintendent
of the Mineral Section of the
Vancouver Exhibition, has made
the request that Prince Rupert
as the headquarters for Hazelton
should sentl south specimens of
ores from the mining districts
tributary to -Prince Rupert for
display at the Minerals Exhibition.
Mr. Bream mentioned that they
have plant ready for frcv.1 testing
of ores specimens up to amount*
not exceeding 250 lbs. Ores should
be shipped not later than August
1st.     1
Everybody Invited
Rev. F. W. Kerr of the Presbyterian Church, will conduct services
at the Salvation Army Citadel on
Thursday evening. There will be-
some special music and singing.
TO REWARD BRAVE DEED
Rev. Mr. Ganton and Geo. Robinson May be Recommended
for Medal.
The prompt action of Rev.
Mr. Canton and George Robinson,
in rescuing five persons from drowning in Port Simpson harlior���
particulars of which were telegraphed to the Daily News-
continues to be a topic of interest
at Port Simpson.
In n private letter, to a friend in
Prir.ce Rii|iert, Mr. John Flewin
whose wife and two children were
among those rescued, after narrating the incidents of the rescue
says: "The actions of Mr. Robinson and Rev. Mr. Canton arc
deserving of the Royal Humane-
Society's Medal. Tiki much credit
cannot be given them for their
prompt action, which resulted in
saving all lives, the more remarkable from the fact that there
were five in the water at the same
time and only a ten foot skiff
to save them with."
LUMBER CORPORATION IS
ANXIOUS TO LOCATE HERE
On Condition That Electric Power and  a Suitable  Site  on the
Waterfront  is  Obtainable  the British-Canadian Lumber
Company Will Consider Erecting a $500,000 Lumber
Mill���Shall the City  Offer Inducements?
To the Secretary of the Boanl of
Trade, Prir.ce Rupert.
Dear Sir,���We note in several
issues of the local iui|K-rs the
organisation of the Prince Rupert Hydro-Electric Company,
Ltd., and we are now negotiating
with thcni in regard to the
supply of |Hiwer to us in Prince
Rupert or the vicinity.
Kindly state if it is the policy
of your city to encourage the
establishment of industries employing a large number of hands
by the granting of free sites.free
water and a low rate of taxation
for a number of years? Also
how are wharfage facilities to
lie obtained?
We would also like to know
if desirable water frontage and
industrial facilities can Im- obtained outside of the Incorporated area at such places as
Port Hays or Purport Harlmr
which we understand are ilso
tributary lo the railway.
For your information I may
say that a sum of about SaOO.OOO
has been set aside by our company for the building of a mill
and factory in Prince Rupert
or the Immediate vicinity.   A
prompt answer will oblige.
Yours very truly,
I'he British Canadian Lumber Corporation, Ltd.
Montreal, 17th June.
Recommendation to Council
In the opinion of the Boanl of
Trade it is most elesirable that
the city should offer facilities to
the incoming and Battling here of
industries. A letter will lie sent
in the city council expressing this
and requesting an assurance that
this will lie the attitude of the
city so that the fact may be
slated definitely and with authority
in the Board of Trade Secretary's
reply to the Litmlier Company's
letter. Mr. M. M. Stephens, Secretary of the Board of Trade, was
Instructed to furnish the other
Information desired by the Lumber
Company's representative.
This also brought up the question of the supply of power to
companies coming to locate here.
The advantage of having electric
power available at reasonable rales
for the carrying on of industries
was agreed to lie a considerable
inducement to outside capital to
invest here in the establishment of
industries.
The question of the Tsimpsean
Power Company's position was
discussetl at some length. While
it was agreed that the coming
into the city of a corporation
ready to instal speedily a power
scheme would be an inducement
to other industries to locate here,
the members of the Board of
Trade are by no means assured
that the Tsimpsean Company is
the only one. Mr. J. Kirkpatrick
announced that he hatl a corporation, and which he believed to
be a better concern for the city
than the Tsimpsean. It had been
principally a gas company, but
he had himself induced its heads
to go into the electric power
business and aim at Prince Rupert.
The  Tsimpsean   Proposals
Sonic talk about the Tsimpsean
Company's proposals in which
these were criticised more or less
resulted in the statement by Mr.
L. W. Patmore that the proposals
published in lhe local press for
the perusal of the public were
drafted in one day by Mr. R.
Brutinel and that their intention
was simply to form the basis of
discussion and further negotiation
on thc part of the city with the
Tsimpsean Company.
MAY NOT RUN
IN COMOX-ATLIN
Hon. Wm. Templeman Writes
Liberal Association Advising
Them of His Intention.
Hon. Will. Templeman has addressed a cortlial letter to the
I.ilx-ral Associations of Cotnox-
Ailin, notifying them thai he does
not wish lo offer himself as a
candidate at the next election,
feeling lhat the seal should be
Offend I" some one n-'iding in the
constituency, and offering his support to any candidate who might
Ik- nominated.
Strong efforts will Im- made to
induce the popular Cabinet Mini-tor to reconsider his decision.
A beautiful l��>t of various kinds
of cut flowers came today from
Victoria. Place your order at
once if you would like sonic. -The
Arctic Studio, Third Avenue.
PRINCETON IN FLAMES
RESULT OF FIREWORKS
Sad Ending to Fourth of July Celebration in Missouri
Town- Business Section is in Ashes and the
Flames Have Now Seized the Residential District
Kansas City. Mo., July 5.���The
town of Princeton is reported to
Ih- all on fire, with half of the tow n
in ashes, as tlu result of a Fourth
of July celebration. A special
train tarrying all the available
fire  fighting  apparatus has Ih-cii
despatched from Trenton to aid
the burning town.
Rcinirts received here by telephone say that the flames have
swept the business section, and
are now spreading into the residential section. A firework display in honor of the Fourth, is
said lo have started the fire, which
rapidly got beyond the control
of the local fire fighters.
PORCHER ISLAND TO BE SUMMER RESORT
���,	
Walter Warner Predicts a Great Future for Our Neighboring Island- Have Market
Gardens, Sandy Beaches and Sea Bathing-Hampered by Government
LOCAL MERCHANTS FORM
PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
Idea is to Get Better Knowledge of People Asking For
Credit and Assist to Make the Lot of the Retail
Merchants an  Easier and More Happy One
It shall be the object of this Lynch, executive committee.
Great things arc expected from
Goose Bay on the Naas River.
Great things, too, may. be expected from thc Goose Bay on
Porcher Island. Not in the same-
line though. In a much more
popular line as a matter of fact.
Goose Bay, Porcher Island, bids
fair to become one fine day the
summer resort of town weary
Prince Rupert citizens.
Fine Sandy Beach
First of all Goose Bay, Porcher
Island, is only some fourteen miles
from this city. It is in fact, the
nearest point on Porcher Island
to Prince Rupert. Further, it
represents the nearest stretch of
agricultural land to Prince Rupert.
Already supplies of green stuff,
vegetables, lettuce, radishes, etc.,
arc being brought over ard readily
disposed of to Prince Rupert customers. And there is a beautiful
sandy beach there ideal for picnics
parties.     Pleasurable  sea  bathing
is possible from this beach for
after the sun has warmed thc
sand the flowing tide absorbs Unheal.
Fruit and Flowers
Gardens arc flourishing on the
prc-emplions here. There arc apple trees just entering on their
third year's growtli and promising
to bear this year and flowers in
bud and bloom. It has been
proved by a settler of experience
and training as a gardncr and fruit
grower, that market gardening
can Ik- carried on profitably on
this part of Porcher Island. This
settler's name is Walter Warner,
lie has been in this country since
11KM, and knows the agricultural
districts of Northern B. C. from
the Bulkley Valley through the
Kitsumkalum dislrict, and right
down to his present location on
Porcher Island which he has the
greatest faith in.
This Spring's Results
Commencing work on his garden
(Continued on Lsst Page.)
association to assist merchants
in getting better knowledge of
people who ask for credit, making collections easier, and getting more uniform hours of
business in the uniform lines
of trade; and any other movements that will be mutually
more profitable and pleasant."
Another Important resolution car
ried states that different members
of the association will report to
thc secretary those persons who
are behind in their accounts and
these |ieiMins will, in turn, be
reported to all the merchants ot
the city.
Business men here contend they
have  been  held  up long enough
This is the chief clause in  the I by baliitual "dead beats"  and ii
hv-laws   of   the   Prince   Rupert ��  ��n*W  debtors'  court can't  bt
M<TChsJlta' Association, a new or- established   here,   then   this  new
gnnisation  that  burst  into BCtUOl *��* wUl be a protection to mer-
being   last   night,   when   several I chants,
retail merchants of the city met I
for the pitr-tose of forming lhe The Rev. Mr. Kerr will conduct
association. The officers arc: J. K.I thc services at the Salvation Army
Merryfield. president; (",. J. Friz- Citadel on Thursday night at 8.15.
|sell, vice president; J. J. Sloan,(Special singing. Everybody cor-
Itreasurer;  George Tile and W. P.ldially invited.
mmmmc-SasajraBav. THS   DAILY     NEfiWS
The Insurance People
KVERV CLASH 01' IKSl'RANCK. .'.ET OUR RATI.S
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone 150 Third Avenue .nd Fulton St
COUNCIL HOT SHOT ;i$.���~~~~~~~=~~~======s========
oniooaouot��onecx>
n
You'll be Late
������4>a>4>*>
For tin- train, boat or that appointment if you haven't the correct time. Wi- are official watch
inspectors fur the G.T.I'., therefore we keep all the standard
watclu-s. We do r.-paire and
have everything in jeivellry.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
OrSOOCKXXM
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
Some Startling Offers Made by
Martin O Reilly
One of the most honest and
bt st sales of gents' clothing, lioots,
shoes, hats and furnishings for
men. commences tomorrow morning at Martin O'Reilly's store on
Second avenue.
To make room for his new fall
g. ihIs Mr. O'Reilly has decided to
offer most of his present stock
at prices below the actual cost.
His advertisement on another
page is worth careful perusal.
Mayor's Mistake
"1 In-lit vt- the Mayor is making a
mistake:   when   he  allows   certain
members of this council to get
mixed up in certain acts which
have taken place, It will militate
against his and our influence in
this ciiy it wc allow this to go on.
Contracts have been let, licences
granted, ami other things that I
could mention."���Alderman N't-w-
i ton.
Turned Down Brown
"There is a good deal of hard
1 feeling   in   the   city  against   the
Licensing Commissioners for the
way they an- handling the licenses,
especially about the way Austin
: Brown was turned down, and there
;is a lot of talk against the council
for allowing it."���-Alderman Doug-
Mas.
Only Two Valid Licences
"The best legal advice in the
city says that only one hotel
icence and one wholesale licence
will exist in the- city after July
lthh unless the amendment goes
through."���Altlernian Kerr.
All for Poor Alex        !
I believe this was done solely
in urdeT that a licence might be
grante-d   to   the Savoy  Hotel."���
The Mayor.
Got no Gumption
"It does not look good to me.
If   these   nun   haven't   got   the
gumption   to  apply  properly  for
their   renewals   they   deserve   to
lose them.    I would not support
this for a minute.   It is a trumped
up scheme."���.Alderman Clayton.
Make or Break
"I am in  favor of seeing that
every man who has put a dollar
into   business   in   Prince   Rupert
has a chance to get his money out
'of it."���Alderman Morris.se>.
Hotel Men in Danger
'    "The hotel men are in danger.
I never heard a whisper of their
being in danger until it came out
to have  a  handle made of  the
Prudhomme case to get in these
"The News" Classified^*
-One Gent A Word For Each Insertion-
-THEY
WILL
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GLASSWARE
We've just  received  from  Cassidy'a, I
Montreal, the great glass manufac-    '
turers. a big new shipment of        _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Some Money Found on Second Ave. Al-l-I) Hi*
| Stirubsall'a Fruit Store. Kullon Street. asm*
I block ss Mack Realty. If not claim.-.! in <��".'
I    days mon.y will baarlvsn to Hoapllal      14H4.
���WE   ARE   SELLING   IT   CHEAP.��� FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and   Preisimt C "'������
pany.   Men', suits ektaned and pressed ll.tv.
Here are other goods we have I   .^^".M &.- BE
Furniture Crockery |    phon. red 69. I.'l-'.i.
e,_���. C.laasware I LOST-BO price coupons Issued by thc P r-rleaa
Linoleum Lamp. presented   before   July  3rd  at  the   Peerle*
r .    studl0i AW��� Block. 141-lfl
Table Cutlery i
Baby Buggies
Screen.
Enamelware
Blinds
Curtains M
Quill. Pictures
Blankets Washing
Mirrors Machines
Ostermoor Mattresses
Every Description of
House    Furnishings.
r
: Sjn-a.ir'
For Rent j
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. 6th Si. and 2nd Ave.
F.  W.   HART
Furnished   CotUge,   modern  convenience,, for
I    summer months.   Apply Mrs. Alder. 3rd Ave.,
opposite New. Office. MI-ISO
Three-room flat In Weatenhaver Bleak. RS per
!    month; flat in Clapp Building/. Mil "ther nsts
i    and houaea furnished and unfurnished.    Apply
Weatenhaver Bros., phon. WO. lIT-wl
Six-roomed Houae to rent; modern conveniences.
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cchen 4 Co.   MS-tt
'��� W.nted-Small houae. furni.hed or partly (urn-
I    ished.   State terms tc Box K. Daily He.Ta.10ti
I Commodious house, corner 6th Ave. ar.d Thornp- ������
son St.. furnlahed or unfumiahed.   Phone ��t  (-;omfortable 4-roomed Cottage  in  sec-
"Coward" and Funk''
After listening to Alderman Newton's denunciation of the Licence
Commissioners, Aldermsn Hilditch
rising to tlu-ir defence accused
Alderman Ntwton of cowardly
conduct in making his charges.
Right on the dot Alderman Newton came back at him with the
taunt that the charge of COWlddlce
came rather poorly from a man
who had thrown mit a challenge
and then funked it. Alderman
Hilditch retaliated by saying that
Alderman Newton and Alderman
Douglas had put  their heads together to frame up that night's
doings.  He had seen them at It.
Three Aldermen Up
Next instant there were three
aldermen up at once almost ready
to come to blows, and all speaking
at once, while Chairman Morrissey tried vainly to bring them
to order.
"I never funked the challenge,"
veiled Alderman Hilditch.
feasible plan for getting rid ol the
matter in dispute. There was
none however, and tin- amendment t'> the-amendment was carded. Alderman Hilditch and Alderman Smith voted for the carry.
ing of the disputed by-law amendment. Against having thequestion
discussed next Monday night were
Alderman Clayton, Alderman Douglas, and Alderman Newton. When
the entangled aldermen extricated
themselves from committee ol ilu
whole a motion by Alderman
New ton to have the matter hoisted
for six months supported by Alderman Douglas ar.d Alderman
Clayton fell down, and the motion
to have it up again next Monday
night was carried. Aldermen Kirkpatrick, Morrissey, Hilditch, Kerr,
Smith and the Mayor in favor.
So Monday night should sn- still
more discussion, and perhaps dispute.
TO RENT
or P.O.' Box :..��� -.
Store* and office, for rant.
Third Ave., phone g-reen
Applv Dr. Mclntvre.
59. 12i-tf
C. $25.00.
3-roomed Cabin in lection 1, $10.00.
lie
-Alderman
an ana una us uuie  uie omei |-^ #
jr.ccs  were  all   right.     It   wasjj U I     U7 -J I
ly   Prudhomme   and   the   iwojj Help Wanted j
trie licenses."���Alderman Doug-1 *!*~*'b-~~~~~~���~.~~*-*
-DON'T FORGET-
AMATEUR NIGHT
-AT THE-
PHENIX THEATRE
tomorrow night at 8 p.m.       doors open at t.so
Dances, Song*, Etc. by good talent        ���Be sure snd come
$:."
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NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $2��,000
-OFFER FOB SALK-
Townsite* Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OP���
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING. VANCOUVER. B.C
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
iwo   Ixnile       ^^^^^^^^^^
Ntwton.
In the Mayor's Room
"The Mayor called us into his
room and told us that the other
lice
onl
bottle licenses. ���-/..Herman Uoug
las to Alderman Morrissey.
Where was Peters?
"It's a funny thing that the
city solicitor is absent from this
meeting when he has been at
every other one since he came lo
town. He must have known this
w.is coming up and kept away to
avoid giving his opinion."���Alderman Douglas.
Almighty Bowser
Alderman   Newton���"Couldn't
IH-rmits be issued to carry <-vi-r
the irregular licenses?"
The Mayor"'There is no such
system that I know i :'."
Alderman   Hilditch���"In   the-
Bowser Act  you  can't   i���u.
permits."
.Alderman Douglas���"Oh, Bo.v-
ser can do anything he likes."
The Mayor���"I'm not tailing
any chances on any permits."
Alderman  Newt, n���"That me-
��� - we have to gulp this thi' g
holus bolus."
Newton's Great Big   D"
"We are not sacrificing the
interests of holders of licences, but
this matter is simply a frame-up
to cover up methods to increase
licences in this city. We are
going on step by step until we shall
have these elamnablc -.(loons in
this city .>n the lines of the southern citii��."���Alderman Ntwton.
Neatly Furnished Rooma;  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over Majeatic Theatre.
,     119-lm
Phone 296 if you want to rent a house, furnished
or unfurniahed. comer 6th Ave. and Thompson
Street.   All modern convenience..
Coay furnlahed rooma. Mr.. Bower. Somerset
Roma, Third Avenue, between Seventh .nd
Eighth. . l!"-tf
FOR SALE
Lot 4. block 6. sec. 6, $1400. half cash.
Lots  11  and 12,  blocs  2,-.  section 8,
$650. half cash.
Lots 21 and 22, block 24, section 8, $500
pair, half cash.
MineriS3.se, Muckera tt.OO. wtntad at Hlddea   Second Ave..
Creek Copper Co.. Goo*. Bay.   Take S.S. Vadso
or Venture. Hj-tf ^^^^m
Two food Joinera wanted.     Apply Pacific Construction Company, Digby Island.    147-150
Porter Wanted    Apply Talbot Roorr.,. Snd Ave.
144-tf
.V 1
j       Boarders Wanted       j
Don't forget to take out an
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and Health Policy-the only
A few cosy honvellk. rooms cheap to steady   for wages during disability.
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118   "We didn't frame anything uP
at all," shouted Alderman Douglas.
  =^='    "You did funk your challenge,"
sneered Alderman Newton.   "You
talk of cowardice, Pah!"
"Make good your cowardly charges or retract them," demanded
Alderman Hilditch of his opponent.
"Discuss the question at issue,
and after that, your charges,"
implored Chairman Morrissey through the tumult.
"1 wouldn't challenge a man and
then back down from it," exclaimed Alderman Douglas as a
parting shot.
���"Yours are weak charges made
by a weak man." hissed Alderman
Hilditch to Altlernian Newton
through the roise.
Clayton in the Scrap
With lulls more or less prolonged
the  battle   raged  on.     Alderman
Clayton got into the melee with
;un tempered denunciation of  the
! hotel men as bum business men
if   they   could   not   make   proper
1 G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Before You
GET
SICK
OR
HURT
room.ra. ' Kins Georg.- Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
131-13*
af^a^^.^.^.^.^.e^^.^.^.^a*
Situations Wanted      ���
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Position Wanted in real eatate office. Small .alary .nd commission. Fifteen year's experience
travelling for sChicatto wholesale grocery concern. Best of reference. Addreaa answer to
J. L. lonf. :.���'-:"tr. street. Edmonton, Alberta.
147-14S
rates and further particulars.
All honest claims positively paid
on sight.
Accident
ubstitute ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Ask  for application for the renewal of their
r
For Sale
Before buying your Store or Range .*, A. J.
Uallsnd. McBride snd Fifth Ave. C-.k stoves
from 114. 1-V. -i
First class Rooming H. is. ten rooma. houae-
keeping and ainglc. newly furnished. Price
IVi. For terms apply owner on premiaea.
Drexel Rooming Hon,*. 2nd Ave. 144-tf
! licences. "They deserve to lose
them,"   said   Alderman   Clayton.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 "Surely to heavens," he exclaimed.
JOHN DYBHAVN j "these people know by this time
Open Evenings Pattullo Block how to apply for renewals legally.
 I All  the same." he added, "I do
not for one moment think that the
law will stand for these men
losing   their  licences on  a  mere
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ technicality."
, . ,   ,.    n    , !    Alderman Kerr was not so sure
tntopic motives towards Alex rrud-    ,     ,.        ...
L ��,. M j I of   this.     His   experience   as   a
Has Com. Merryfield?
CONTINUED FROM  PAGE 1
homme.   Alderman Newton stood
su.bborn   and   unconvinced.    He
wc ���
���'���""
 e
Business   Chances
Good n. -ney  in Moving  Picture!
party to ������ *-��� mc
Rupert.   Vt rite I
Watertown. W.i
;.-���-'-���-.--���-.   picture ihow In Prince
Rupert.   Vt rite me for particular*.
Social Note
Mr-. George Eckerman left yesterday for a visit with relatives
and friendl in Tacoma. Her siMir,
Mrs p. R. Harris, will return
with her tn Prince Rupert.
I���
Fire Insurance
i Licence Commissioner in Alberta
...      ,, w-as that   the merest  shade of a
support for himself too. L,       .     ..     , ...      . ,.
" flaw in   the legality of an appli-
No Escape Possible | cation meant goodbye for ever to
fter the a liquor licence.
became '    Amendment on Amendment
pjarent an effort was made by I     Although   well   after  midnight,
wanted-A Alderman   Kirkpatrick   to   evade'the   councillors   managed   feebly
h" Dav��� the   issue  by  compelling an  ad- j to extricate themselves from the
journment   under   the   new   pro-!octopus  grip  of   "Committee  of
yjcedure by-law at eleven p.m.  This the Whole" and contrived some-
" "*";       A very few moments af
j   trend things were taking
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P.S. PROMOTIONS
Continued from page 1.
lier, Milja (.urvieh, Earlimond La-
trace, Larine Lanen, Jean Bailey,
Moya Bailey, Henry McKenzit-,
Sydney Hunter, Harry Lake, Ruli-
U-rt Reddie, Herminia Corral, Fred
Corral, Lawrence Thomson, Thomas Cobb, Hclene Olsen.
First Primer Div. V to Second
Primer B Div. V: Albert Palmer,
Olga Kask, Walter Owe-n, Dorothy
Jones, Helga Halvarson, Isabel
Kirkpatrick, James Kelly, John
Kelly, Leonard Anderson. Garnet
McPherson, Levina Solcm, Teddy
Lincoln, Rose Davidson, Kay Br.i-
man. Pearl Latulippe.
Honor Rolls: Deportment. Dorothy Tremayne; Proficiency,
l'.race Carroll; Regularity ami
Punctuality, Sydney Hunter.
Class A Primary to First Primer: Norman Mcl.cod, Hugh Kirk-
patrick, Man- Hancq, Constant.-
Cowpcr, Tony Budinich, Raymond Scherk, Howard Frizzell,
Grace Leek. Helen Morrison, Rob-
.Tt Gardner, Violet Mortimer. Eric
Holland, Clary Knott, Willie Montgomery, Julius Maggi. Ladao Lu-
Ro.
Class B to Class A: Anna
Lurdgirst, Philip Morrison. Pa/vi
Massd. Isabella McKenzic, Annie
Cr.issli-y, Lily Cohen, Elsa Johnson, Alida Johnson. Helen McRae,
Christie McKenzic. Annie Nchring
Class C to Class B: Aleck.
Johnson. Eva Cavalier, Arthur
Collier, Alphonse French, Violel
Mcl-inis. Rol>ert Douglas. Theodore Halvarson, Frank Morrison,
Bertie Duncan, Lenore Benson,
Morgan O'Brien.
Provincial Rolls of Honor: I'm-
licii'.iy, Normi'-i McLeod; Regularity and Punctuality. Tony Bud-
inich; Deportment, Eric Holland.
Rcaltv ar.d Insurance '' -i.i.ar.v.
j   failed   utterly   because   Alderman I how   to  report    "progress,"   there
\ Hilditch instantly pointed out thc really   was   no   progress   at   all.
-rum.,, a r-        ,...,    , *.     , fact that the council was in com-; First a motion by Alderman New*
IHr. rlntisn I nton and National Fire  Insurance *
Cornpmr.y of Lr.ndvn. England, with  capital mittee of the whole  from which ��� ton   to   reject   the   alteration   ill
(_.f Cf............    .see j, for ratet.    The Mack '
m-tf , tin re is r.o such escape. There the by-law was amdened by Al-
===^= was a motion before the house, .derman Hilditch in favor of ac-
The thirg had to be thrashed out. .cepting the alteration. An ame-i-d-
Alderman Hilditch and Alderman meni of the amendment was made
Douglas declared they did not to postpone the question till next
care if it took till ten a.m. next week. This Alderman Newton
morning.     So   they   went   to   it  would have opposed out of exist-
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave , mat to old office of Optimist, tell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Best mad* in Seattle    Fruit and Candy, whole-
aate snd Kctsil. Look for flash sigr. st night
I SAM COWEN, proprietor
Important Meeting
Baptist   Brotherhood  memben
are   requested   to   meet   Bt   tin
church  tonight at  7.30 sharp f��r
photo.   Bring athletic suit
PhoneMo hammer and tongs.
iencc if there had been any other
A meeting is called for Wednesday afternoon, July 5th. at 3
o'clock In  the old  Presbyterian
church  to discuss problems "
earning   women���her   rights   SM
privilege's.    Only  women  are Invited.  Thisisnon-denomiraii
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lANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT
The Management of The Continental Trust Company, Limited, wish to announce that their office is now fully equipped in all departments for the
transaction of business.    The public   is cordially invited to inspect  the premises, Second Avenue, Contin intal   Trust   Building.       :      I    ^|    :        :
SAFE  DEPOSIT  DEPARTMENT
The company has the largest and best equipped   vault
��� �� Ity.   Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at moderate rates.
Ill
To pcrss-ins who contemplate ,i niun or less extended absence
irom the rity and are at a losswhet to do with their securities
SM property, wc tender our st-rvii-cs at a very moderate charge.
Tbe vault is at-��olutt-ly fire proof and the door which weighs
thWS tons is, both fire- and burglar proof.    Thc only safe   place   in
��� city tor valuable
IMpcni, .. v,. i,% , etc.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
DEPARTMENT
This company will take entire charge
of real estate in the absence of the owner
or for those who wish lo be relieved of the
reponsibility,collecting rents, paying taxes,
making repairs, looking after insurance
anil taking all the trouble off the owners'
hands.
Members of the Prince Rupert Real
Estate lixehangc.
A general Insurance businesss transacted.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Wm. T. K.r,l���, M.D.. PnsMssS o.*h| H. H.,a. 1.1 Vl��,.r,..ld.���,
M. 1. HoWb. 2nd Vlc-P,.,. ���,, ���*!���,.,���
Deposits rectiveel payable on demand. Interest allowed at the rate of 4
per cent, pa/ annum, compounded quarterly. We allow the use of cheques, thus
combining the advantages of a Current
and Savings Account. $1.00 will
open an account with us.
TRUST DEPARTMENT
Executing all deeds, discharges, etc., also for bond issues of
financial, industrial and all other corporations under mortgage
deed of trust, and in thc management of sinking funds in connection therewith.
Providing for safe investments in first mortgages and other
good securities, for collection of interest, dividends, rents and
other income, and for managing and winding up estates.
Countersigning and certifying the issues of stocks and bonds
of mining, industrial and other corporations, thus protecting
shareholders against the danger of over-issue through error or other
wise and from irregular scrip.
For companies or firms in financial difficulties.
For the benefit of creditors, in eases of bankruptcy or friendly settlement.
ZmUS)%>jiZ2
THE CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY, Umited
Jay Kugler, Secretary-Treasurer
C. B. Patterson, Assistant Manager
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_LJ! THE    DAILY    NEWS
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
thc assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience."-Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday, July 5
SEATTLE'S HYDRO-ELECTRIC EXPERIENCES
Owing to its geographical nearness, and the similarity of its civic
problems, the city of Seattle has a *:>hkI deal of interest for Prince
Rupert. An article em the electric light and water plants of Seattle,
by Commissioner L. B. Youngs in a recent issue of Uie Twentieth
Century Magazine, has a very special interest for us at the present
time. Mr. Youngs has been in charge of the water department for
sixteen years, and of the electric light department for the past six
years.
The water department at Seattle was taken over by the city from
private parties in 1890, a sum of $352,2811 k-ing paid for the old plant.
Since then additions and improvements have been made till now the
total investment exceeds 88.500.000, the income being approximately
8800.000 at the present time.
The bonded debt of the department at the time of writing���in the
fall of last year���was 84.070.000, upon which an annuacsil inter
of 8204,000 is paid. <>f the 8800,000 revenue, nearly 8500,000 was
applied to meet the fixed charges ai d the cost of operation, the balance
being applied to the redemption of outstanding warrants, and new
construction.
The fixed rate for dwellings with modern conveniences is 81.05
per month, the minimum charge for metered water being 50 cents
per month.   Over 20,000 meters arc in use.
In constructing new mains in the business district an interesting
policy is in force.   It is assumed that a large main is a benefit to the
property, so all mains up to 12 in. diameter arc assessed against the
property it serves.    If the main is over 12 in. in diameter, the cost
in excess of the cost   of a 12 in. main is met by the water fund.   The
same policy is in force in the residential district, save that the limit
of assessment .ig.iiiist ilu- property owners i- the cost of an S in. main.
"We have been very fortunate in being able to secure and retain
the confidence and support of the people for the water plant," says
Mr. Youngs.   "Every proposition to improve the plant has been carried
by large majorities.   I consider that our plant may   fairly  and justly
Ik- credited with thorough success, and any proposition to revert
to the system of private ownership and management would not be
listened to for a moment by thc people of this city."
In regard to lhe Lighting Plant, the city was handicapped by
the fact that two large electrical companies were in operation and
had irccured control of thc electrical business in the city. Nevertheless,
the city plant had had a successful history during its six years of
operation. When thc plant started, there was an instant drop in
thc rates for electric light from 20 to 50 per cent. That atone would
have justified the civic venture. But at the reduced rates, .Mr. Youngs
has been able to bring thc plant from a point where it made losses
in its first years, to a position where its income provider for its operation, maintenance, fixed charges, depreciation, and also for a substantial yearly reduction on its outstanding debt.
The figures quoted show thai the investment is S2,0t8,OO0. In
its lirsi four months in 1905 there was a loss of $18,870. For the year
1900 there eras a deficit of 811.025. In the next two years, the'earnings
paid off 1108.087 iiut-rt -t on lronds. 8*4.7.17 for depict -i.iiii.n, and
reduced the total deficit of the previous years to $5815. In the year
1908 a surplus of $20.5X1 was sh.,wn. In the following year it grew
to $<m.4.Vi
B'rth plants are of Course, VetJ large affairs.   The strut lighting
��� ir.iiit totals 686 miles; the commercial department lights in addition
in 177 nuiliiph arcs and 710 Kernel lamps, a total of 108.250 multiple
incandescent*.   The w.tterpower i- obtained fr.iin the Cedar River, a
ib-'.i ������ ������! 14 miles away, which luppllesbotb water and llghtsystems,
The heart of the whoh matter is touched by Mr. Youngs at tin
conclusion of his trtick when in says   "M> experience with thesi
two plants convinces me that under proper management, such plants
can lie thoroughly successful, at any rate where there is a stifliiiein
community to furnish the neceasar) patronage. I am constrained to
add. however, that every dty might not Ih as free as this has bun
from political Interference and political Influences."
WHO WILL BUILD
THE STEEL BRIDGE
Question of Access to the City's
Waterfrontage Crops Up in
Council.
Thr question of BCCeSS to Interne waterfront across Morse Creek
..line up in the council On Monday
night.     It   was   jxiintcd   out   by
Alderman Morris-*-} that originally
the  IdM   for   the  eonstrui lion  of
Hit-   bridge    was   lo   have    three
parties to the work. Vis., the eily.l'rty is at Market
the government, and the G. T. P. idea h thai it is
U*f*��*>l��-nrr*,t\y steel bridge. llOf the < ily Hall.
1  Mayor   mill   thai.   ,,r   am|  Wen    filed,   and
WANTS $25,000
FOR FIVE LOTS
Provincial Government Offers
to Sell City a Site for City
Hall at Market.
Irom the Deputy Minister of
Linda a letter was read in council
on Monday night stating the price
ask.d by lhe government for Lots
1.2. 8, Land 5, Block 15. Section
I. lo lx- f.MHHI per lot. This prop-
Place, and the
a  suitable  site
This letter has
meanwhile   the
Martin O'Reilly^
MID-SUMMER |
CLEARING SALE
Sooner or later you are going to find out that i% is to your own best mtere.t to buy your
Clothing and Men's Furnishings here. Try it now. Our Mid-Summer Clearing Sale offers
you the best in Quality, Latest in Style, for THE LEAST MONEY-Price. that are convincing.
AH   Fancy Tweed and  Worsted Suits and  Pants  to be    Cleared    Regardless     of      Cost
Men's Suits
Regular $25.00, Now
$15.00
Regular $30.00, Now
$20.00
Men's Pants
Regular $5.00, Now
$4.00
Regular  $7.00,   Now
$5.00
Men's Soft Felt and Straw
Hats, regular $3.00
NOW $1.50
Men's Black and Tan  Shoes,
all sizes, regular $6.00
NOW $4.00
Working Men's Shirts in plain or fancy Duck, Drills or Buckskin, Regular $1.50
NOW $1.00
MARTIN O'REILLY
Phone 23
Second Ave.
mMMM
CAUGHT BY A
ROCK SLIDE
Charlie Lager Laborer on Larue ns. Cut Near the Cold Storage Plant Injured about the
Head this Morning.
This morning a laliorcr named
Charlie I.ager was injured about
the head by a fall of rock down
the face of Larsen's Cut on the
('.. T. P. line near the Cold Storage-
Works. Lager was shovelling, and
the fall of stones just missed
burying him. His injuries were
attended to at first by William
Like, book-ke-cper at I-arsen's
camp, antl he was then brought
along   by   George   Newcombc   in
POLICE CHIEF
AND CURTAINS
, the launch Dixie to thc wharf
��� 'tmi,n Ki'^paifi,V had walked Mayor has instructed the com- P1'- W1,s ���*������ '" **��������� "I' to Dr
a.VeBrtWaV,TCtn,,V,,,n,n'p,i,,v,,,Mnli,,,'( '08U"I i��,u>r City Han Lggert's office where his head was
city m\��h 1 *a,",'"M ,,,r ibcUiles lo prepare (heir report tor|drcssed
���Inst.   st. .      T   ,,,",   "'ml'"i'nt,lylBiilimission to the people with the
atMg   the   railway   Mlty,   ,��,   torthcOmlng by-laws, etc. '��-������� "< S. J. I'o,
Altlernian Morr.iw'y has hi, t.oiitrt.
this.    The .'111111,111,,.  w\\\
Lindsay, Out., July 4.���(Special)
begin  wo'k  ,���'  ,V,rr       ��� ,M "���' <,Ust iR "ik'1 "" ' ���*���'" - S'  L'  K��X' M'  P'  P' ,or WcBMMah Hong.
Peg i.  wok  peml.,g  i|���   ,lee.,������, ���i ,���,,,.., .lml th , in .lu. fi     Victoria, died here today. ��� rcti,n   wa8   ,   KOOd   one  on   .!��� 1     p���r ,     ,
of  the  psopk  ��,  tb.  :,^,n,cn, l�� wiliw,, wi.WVicing the ���- Xlc LELET ,t       ^
����rec���"1' I"- 1      Rand Tho. D....V Newa      \rt police officers In the dtyI iffi^*"   ",'"n-
Read The Daily NewB
Recommends that Private Box
System in Restaurants be
Abolished   Entirely.
Chief Vickers has instituted a
campaign against thc "private boxes" in licensed premises in thc
city, and is even inclined to
frown upon those in unlicensed
restaurants. He regards them as
undesirable, and thinks that if
done away with the standard of
thc hotels in the city would be
better maintained. As Chairman
of thc Police Commissioners Mayor Manson thinks this matter
had better be dealt with by the
city council with any recommendation from the commission.
Chief Vickers gave thc city a
good reputation for the month
of June. Two serious crimes were
mentioned in thc report, thc Homer Wood's case, and thc case
of the Chinamen, Dr. Law and
Otherwise the police
report was a good one on thc
whole.
will have uniforms and helmets
jiist like the pictures. Messrs.
Sweder Bros, will do the uniforms
at S175 for the five. Chief Vickers
will select helmets and capes at
an  extra  price to lie left to his
judgment,
STRANGE TRAGEDY
AT VANCOUVER
Charles Giser Fatally Shot by
an Italian on Prior Street
Last Night.
WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range '
NECHACO VALLEY
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 4.���Charles Giser was probably fatally shot by
an Italian on Prior street last
right following ii quarrel the men
hi d earlier in the day. ('.iscr called
at his assailant's house during the
evening, and the Italian shot
him down as he stood at the door.
The bullet entered his left side
beiOW the heart.
The Italian is now under arrest
Slid Giser is not expected to live.
PRICE .-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY TERMS
This it sn excellent section snd was one of the first to be
���taked In the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
launches
Davis'
The Daily News
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 Good   Fresh   Groceries at   City Prices^^.
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only at prices that cannot be beat.   :  :
\    To   Residents of Sections S, 6,  7 and   8~W�� deliver promptly,
(     our good, are fresh, at prices not to be beaten In the city   i  i
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any snd all of the lsdies of Prince Rupert
ars invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in Its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
HANDSOME   STRIPED   SUIT
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000 REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on
the principal cities in the following countries without delay I
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hia China M
0rt-t.ee
llolbnvl
Ii.-l.iiiJ
India
Ireland
Italy
'span
Nsss Zealand
Norway
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Persia
Peru
Siberia
Souaao
Sou Hi Africa
Spain
Straits
Africa Crete
Aiabia Cuba
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The amount of these drafts is slated In the money of thc country where they are payable', lhat is they arc drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, yen,
tacts, roubles, etc., as the case may be. This ensures tbat the payee abroad will
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Philippine lalanda Saa-jden
Portugal Ssriuerlaaal
Roumania Turkey
Russia Ilnilrvl Stale.
Serria tlruffBaBy
Sum We*t I   "
J. M. Christie
Manager Prince Rupert Branch
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER, (Proprietors
TV. N. * Knox Hotel I. run on the European
Plan. l'irst-rla.. service. All the Latest Modern
Improvements. ���:���:��� BEDS 50c UP
KIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT Elf.HTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A l IHST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
HATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
..Grand Hotel.
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Sprinu Heds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN  FOR  THE   MONEY
1. GOODMAN. Propri.tor
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Fret Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks a waiters
ROCHESTER tV
Monroe
Ladysmith
'���'* Coal
.'  Phone ns
r*.tf*fBtjftSAMaa4*��
BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
and POOL
4 Alley.. 7 TablM.    A food mar-
clH.   A clean sport,   Ladl*a.����T
afternoon.    N.wm.n Block, b��-
twetm 6th and 7th Hla
tid MoaaisoN,    Proprietor and M.n.g.r
9*jkmmktktw*mmmmm*Mm*l
VICTORIA   CAFE
1   ���   I   n,.l Meals stall hours; Lunch 16c,
Mr-ala 2.V- up-Corn. and Sm
v'" > AN nKT A SqUARE MltAL ArlV TIM!
==E.   EBY   (&>   Co.==
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Und For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B- **
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Matches can lie- made waterproof by dipping them in very hot
melted paraffine.
Add a teaspoonful of soela to a
gallon of water when rinsing lavender linens.
An effective suit developed in
cream serge, showing a black stripe
and black satin, is illustrated in
today's sketch, and is one of the
pleasing summer models. The coat
fits the figure closely about the
hips and curves gracefully at the
waist line. The skirt is de-signed
on pleasing lines, and thc hat
matches thc costume in color
effect. Dark blue serge showing a
white stripe would develop well
in this model, with the bands of
blue satin.
DOWN  ON  FASHION
Zion City  Leader Dictates to
the Ladies There
Love, politics, and hobble skirts
are hopelessly entangled in the
latest edicts of Wilbur Glenn
Voliva, overseer at Zion City,
the nortii shore community founded by the late John Alexander
Dowic.
Voliva discovered thai some of
the young women of his faction
are actually making love to young
men in Zion who arc opposing
him. The overseer officially took
the matter in hand and issued an
order forbidding the young women
of the church to associate with his
enemies.
"If you want to wear hobble or
harem skirts go live in a pond
with toads and frogs, where you
belong, you fools," writes the- overseer. "Thc word of God calls
for moderate dress anil there is no
reason why Christian women
should follow the dictates of foolish
old women over in Paris. People
of today will wear anything, or
practically nothing, just as Dame
Fashion dictates."
an eightecn-miiiutf Might the other
day she flew over W.ulliani, Water-
town, Waverly anil Belmont. She-
performed her evolutions with the
same speed and daring that have-
marked the flights of her husband
md she made a perfect landing.
HOUSEHOLD   HINTS
Every One a Winner.  Try Them
in Your Own Home
Try adding half a dozen raisins
to a pot of coffee. The slight
change in flavor is delicious.
A delicious sandwich is made of
brown bread cut very thin, and
spread with caviare.
Some housekeepers prefer a piece
of ordinary screening to all else
for cleaning a flat iron.
A luxury in the shape of a hot
water bag is the one which comes
providctl with a silk cover.
Before putting away a plush
garment it is well to dean it by
���ponging it over with gasoline.
Thc chantecler has invaded lhe
kitchen and cookie cutters in thc
shape of roosters are available.
To remove a scar make an
ointment of 40 grains of boric
acid and one ounce of lanolin
Apply this daily.
When washing window panes
or cupboard doors use a little
whiting on thc flannel instead of
soap.
GIRL FLEW MONOPLANE
Established   Record   for   First
Feminine Achievement
The first successful cross country
monoplane flight ever made by a
woman flying alone stands to the
credit of Mrs. James B. Martin,
wife of thc Harvard aviator.    In
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines Just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything for Ladles 6 Children
'The Ladles' Store'
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Street       Phone Blsck 184
ARE YOU EATING ���)
PURE BUTTER
-IF NOT	
Abbottsford Creamery Butter
IS   WHAT   YOU   SHOULD HAVE
It is pure snd good
Everything in groceries and provisions
Ideal Provision House
Third AT.,.n*��r��ttiSl.
Phon. 110
for moil delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., uie
Robin Hood Flour
Vour Dealer Has It
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves
Graniteware
Tinware 41
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SECOND - AVENUE ..
P. O. BOX W
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
MINI, or WM. roxoN, ESQ.., A.K.A.M.,"l.ON.. eno
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORT8
SIXTH STREET prince rupebt
UNDSAY'Sn^AOE^
G. T. P. Transfer Agenl.
Order, promptly Ailed.   Prices rtaaaonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Camtr. St.    Phon. ��.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER 2nd Av*?. ami 6th St
Gatorirt Ilarnr. txprrlrnrtK.
KmUlmrr. MiniKi'i
rMOME tt DAY OR NIOHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS Ut l MHAI Ml.HS
Fun.nl  Director.
Ird At*, near mh St. Phons No. M
! W. J. McCUTCHEON
CarrlM eomphrta stock ot Druse.   Special
atuntlon paid to fllllnst preacriptlona.
! TstitreBlscliPHONB n,   - Srcosd Are. !!
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME     BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
TT
TEMS  OF . .
SPORT
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Sain Langford, the Boston negro
heavyweight, knocked out Jack
Fitzgerald, a Philadelphia "white
hope," in the fifth round of a
ten-round fight the other day.
tf* Q Ss
In the class for Jumpers for
te-anis of two, fifth place was won
by Hon. ('. Sifton's Elmhurst and
Wasp, at the London Horse Show.
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The new manager of Brandon,
in the- Western Canada League, is
Joe- Custer, who formerly caught
for Seattle, Joe went to Ruck
Island last srping to backstop fur
Bill Carney.
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To add to the triumphs of
thc coronation, King George VI
of England scored a big turf
victory when his three-year-old,
Dorando, won the Bottisham Plate
from a field of six. Dorando was
favorite at 2 to 1.
eOj  tOj  tOj
Tom Flanagan and Jack Johnson, evidently intend handing the
Dublin fight fans a jolt and the
Bob Day match with the negro
champion is to he staged. A card
from Flanagan to Tim O'Rourkc,
says: "Have Bob Day ready
when I cable for him. Get that
stomach off him." Day is the
unateur heavyweight champion of
Canada, who lately turned professional.
I)     8)     S)
Secretary Fred Thompson of
the Toronto lacrosse club, has admit ted that he communicated with
Gordon Spring, asking the terms
on which thc latter would play
for Toronto, but denied offering
five thousand dollars or any such
sum.
St t
Coach Alf. Smith of the Capitals,
has announced that he had prac
tically closed with Clint Benedict to play goal for the balance
of the season. Benedict is a
member of thc New Edinburgh
Hockey team, champions of the
Inter-Provincial Amateur Hockey
union, and challengers for thc
Allan cup. The Capitals have
been after the youngster all the
season. Jack Shea and Jack Ash-
field, two of the fastest defence
fielders that ever wore the Capital
colors, have t|uit owing to friction
with Smith.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,  Thursdays  and  Sundays
at s 11.in.     Special  fare on  Sunday
boat,   $9.50 return  including meals
antl berth.
ts. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
anil f->r:
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
6.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
'CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Famous Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL
Friday, July 7th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab ��� General Astral
Tickets  To   All   Points
-BY ALL LINES���
ALD. MORRISSEY'S TRIP
He Goes East and Will be Absent Three Months
Alderman Morrissey will be- absent from thc city council from
July 8th to October 25. He is
going East to Prince Edward
Island. Thc Mayor on behalf of
the council in granting him leave
of absence wished him a pleasant
trip.
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S. INLANDER
... FOR...
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhsver Bros.' Office.
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c, Ice Cream
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c pint, 50c quart.���
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druggist,
Phone 82.
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���l>��.����l*lSllB^rf��^* *-���*>-* .BBaW I
HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN
STOCK  ON  OUR   WHARF.
Hlrla and End Dump Cars, 104 It cu.feet,
lain. * J4 In. asiifr
BtMlCar Wheel, .nd Ail*, with roll��r
laaartria-a, 1114 24 In. v.us*
Hsa-glM  1-2 In. and 5-R In.  galvanised
steel cable
-tMOKl   ��IS-
Rssert Msriae Iroi Works k Sapply Co.,
fa .
S. O. E. B. S.
Th.  Princ.  Rupert Lodge, No. 9111, Suns of
England, inrats the Aral .nd third Tus*day. In
each month In the Carpcter. Hall, al 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK, Sec..
P. 0. Bos BIS. Prlne. Rupert
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -I- AUDIT ORB
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CAR8S, C V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C.. Oatarto, Saa-
and Manitoba liar*. katchman  and Al
berta Ban.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllee���Exchange block, corner Third avanua and
Sixth street. I'rince Rupert, a
-kfi
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Oaa and
local anasthetles administered for the painlsss extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Helsrereon Block. I'rince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.V.r.sor. a.A..     W.K. William., n. A.. I..I..0
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
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ASK UNCLE JERRY
.JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER^
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your Properties with Uncle Jerry
Special Bargains in
Kltselaa Lands   Francois Lske Lands   Lskelae Lands
Hazelton Diatrict Lsnda      Bulkley Valley Landa
Klapiox Valley Lsnda     Porcher Island Lands
Kitmiinknliim,!,anils, Sand, Gravel snd Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
m<m THE   DAILY     NEWS
The Insurance People
EVEJlY CLAW Of IKAUIlAhCt.      ��-.ET Of* KATEo
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
f%% m .-> Third Avenue i*. i FullM. St
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You'll be Late
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For the tram, boat or t.-.at appointment if you haver, t the correct timt\ W- ure- ofncJsl watch
inspectors for tr..- G.T.!' . there-
rortj in Kt-ep all the stsndard
watches, ft.- do repairs and
have everything ir. je*ve...-y:
�����������������
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. sr.d Second Avenue.
PHONE *2
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PORCHER ISLAND
SUMMER RESORT
Continued from page I,
as late- as May 4th this spring, I
Mr. Warner Is able to market
produce now in Kiijn-rt. Thi-.
shows that hi- confidence in the
conditions there- is nut misplaced.
Near by his ranch is that of W.
Sim- wl ot. garden he- say-, is even
more promising. The Government expert, Mr Cair^rrter, though h'- visited Pordier Island un-
fortui ately did not vi-.it the Goose
Bay district or his enthusi
for Porcher I-land might have
been   --'ill   more   marked.    -'The
gre.und   more   than   repays   labor
,���   i     ��� i_ i ii      ������ \,      of it are- ilex] up bv
applied with knowledge,   says Mr. ,     .   J,     .      ,
��� ���       ���    granted 1 y the Provincial Govern
training    '���
l - l, - , I, , i a 11 . 11 '���" .i rSSSj
-"'���" .ii.ii.ii   i     -    ass.
"The News" ClassifietjAds*
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
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MONTREAL WILL WELCOME
| CANADA'S PREMIER
River St. Lawrence Will be Illuminated  and  the City
Decorated When Sir Wilfrid Steps From his Yacht
on Monday Evening���Great Plans Arranged
r
FreshFLOWERSi
Lost and Found
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ia^m  ARCTIC STUDIO, g^wH-s
Warner.
English
His   own
irdens,    ar.d
in
the
,.       -  o     ���1>       - .   ,.��� Scam* Money Found on Second Ave.     Ail>M-'
Or. .-..-Prir.ce Rjpert today Shrubaallt  Fruit Store. Fulton -ir*   asir..
3rd Ave, Law-       Uock aa slack Realty.    Ilr.1lt.1--:
uaya money will be riven tt Hon rial.      I**-"
^  ! FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and  p.-.its-  C b��
���  |     pany.   Hen's sum cleaned and piaassd .1  ���
Ladiea' sulu pressed and clean*.!    Vr> ������ -��-���
no settlers there, for large- tracts    ^e,fJ1c^,y- RMn.i3West.-i-r-
timlier  limits , LOST-50 price coupons Issued l>  lb. P '���"���
Studio.       These coupons will �� a   I:
presented   before   July   Srd   si   ���-���    !������:������������
Studio, Alder Block. MI-MI
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hnglish      gardens,     ar.d    in    the                                      ,  ,, ��.^...^.,-^.-^.^.^_^���^.^..^���~-~-4
,           .        .  ...   ,-. .,    ���         for as  little as a  elollar an acre T                                                     I
* jH-ach country at St.  Catherine-.  ';    "                ,                     .. .    . (                  p__ p-_f
50                  .        .            ,             chiefly to-K-cuatorsin the Initt-d j               r or Kent              j
Or.tano,    has    txren    of    great          ���       ���    ,      _          ,        ... f
��� i u I States   and   the   hast   who   will av���~a^.���^-*^.^.^., *
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal. July .V���Plains for a
peat reception in honor of Sir
Wilfrid Laurier* return are In
praaTCM. When the Premier step.
from his ship 01 Monday he will
behold the greatest demonstration
that has ever been tendered to any
Prime- Minister i f Canada.
The- plans arranged for so far
include the illumination of lhe
St. Lawrence ar.d River and St.
several other of the princi] al - reets
of the city along which Sir Wilfrid
will (lass will be gaily decoraterj
with Hags and flowers. An address will be read to him w |
ing his return, and expressing
Canada's gratitude for his past
services.
Sir Wilfrid is due to arrive at
about eleven in the evening, when
the crowds will lx- able- to attend,
He will journey up the St. Law.
to   liim.      Pea    vines
grow   tO a  height  of  from   three  to ' ""7   "... .      summer monthiT  Apply~at���.~Aid��r. 3rd Av...
c   .    ���   a .-���,���.. i^i i   -,��� i emp'or-,  nas raised   the  value  ot    opposite News om-e. MMI
four feet on Porches Inland, and       ' ,        ,   ,
Wait   Until   the   toil   of   a   fe-W   pre-   Furnished   Cxittaee.  modarn  cr.--..er.ee..
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundrv.   White labor only at
Helen's  Island.    Jacques Cartier rence to Montreal on a private
Se|U.>.re- ar..! Champs de Mars and yacht.
th.ir lar.ds and then sell at many Tbn*-���om flat in Wmmlsmi Bit**, BS>��
month; flat in Clapp Building. *.:. o-.hir r.st,
dollar-,   .K-r   acre   thus   reaping   the       and house, furni.hed .nd unl-rr. ,T"!     Apply
V,estenhaver Bros., phon. l��l. II.-wi
flowi rs of the kind usually believed
ri-h only in California thrive
ii'v.-ntage  of  the  enterprise-  and Si
;w"""" energv of the few h.-rdv men who'   �� ��� -   a,,: t>-    ;.>
scd   last . .   *
stayed  with   the  soil  ar.d  made I "i,h��j. bum una.toia�� a. DaByI-irr^io-tf
the
lhardily here- too.    The California "' '���    "*c "'   "K <���"-'>"'- -,"\**-^*��^$%iZ^YgrS��&
.         ,,         ,,.                       ���.,           i-'irgV  ut   the  ftW  h:>rdv men Who       fruerSt.. Apply area-tor. Coher. * e-j.   .��-u
ppies    Mr.    Warner    raised    Ulr-l _���*        ;u    _L_    __., , ,    | Wanted-Small houae. furnlahed or partly firn;
Pioneer tmkj. Phone 118 ODDFELLOWS CELEBRATED
. -      WITH MUSIC AND BANQUET
Before You
''���ire->t primeval" give WaV to I Commodious house, comer6th Ave. ar.d Tfcorr.p-
son St.. furnished or unfumilhed.     Poor.* S-.
GET
SICK
OR       Held an Interesting "At Home" for Their Lady Friend s
Last Night���Lodge Has Had Phenomenal Growth
During the Year���Dr. Cade is New N. G.
ummcr were ;n.-rfect.
Pre-emptors' Difficulties
.        , ,       . r.     ,       , .     .   tri- .-nnr.g of the garden, orchard. I   or P.O. Box sss. Iior.'t forget to take out sn Accident
HUt The paths ol  rorcher Is ar.d .,-,,, .. , .a.H il...',.. Polic\- ���the onlv substitute
. -   not ah  rosc-s unfortunately, dl ;rv fa���' an;' ^'hl^ r��MWZ&*l^&��*D'- "^*T g?w^dWtlta^ * Askte     From a membership of five to
ranch.   Already Mr. Walter War-1 rates and further particular.. fifty-one is die remarkable growth
TWO KILLED
AT STEWART
though   if  thc  Csovfrnment  were, ,. . , ,r.. .,���, ,c   .;.   ...
more  liberal in  it- treatment of!',r, ha* ^^..Si^LSl   APP" ** Mu"'n' n".mW"!'c Thttt"- A" hone" t'TighT       ' P ^ '��� ��" ��- F- ^^ N��' M: f,f
 Prir.ce RuiK-rt, has undergone since
it was formed nine months ago.
celebrate lhi> event and also
the settlers  they  believe  tilings
would be far better.   For in si. ���
there is the matte r of the surveying
I of the lar.ds.   All the Government
and sell profitably thickens raised
by the incubator process.
is abundance of room for them.;
Neatly Furnished Rooms;  gentleman preferred.
over Ma.
119-lm
I | Phcme290 if you want to rent ahou.*. famished
1 i    or unfurnlahed. comer 6th Ave. srd 'ThompsoB
JOHN DYBHAVN
��� J I    Stxett   All modern convenient**
��� ��>.,fumi.h.d rooms.     Mrs   Bo.er. SatraattM   Open Evenings Pattullo B
a       , . .      .-   ��� If:.I,    toay fumiahed room*.      Mr*.    H**rar, ��om.reet
fr.cxl   on    his   pre-emption.      \Mth-    yixn^ Third Avenue, between S*v*nth and
,the advance of Prince Rupert, he-
evors have done is to place       ,    , ,
_ _    .    . ���. . ,.        . l.'ik- for a great ircrease in  the
Dynamite Explosion at Bitter four  posts  marking   the  corners ' D    ,
.-.      .   ..     .   ^      r,  j    -.An t. i i    ��� tu   .   i...    commercial   po-iti.-.n    of    Porcher
Creek Hurls One Body 200 ft.     I   the   Uiur.'lants.      I hey   have r
Thomas Fall and Fred Johns- rjn   no   line-,   and   the   result   ii       "    '	
ton Both Dead. that  a   settler may easily, spend   iiYnDf*  l<*l CPTDir
hi-  lalyjr developing across into  MIUKU-tLEL 1 Kll*
H-   the blowing out of a trussed  a neighbor's land for which work      BY-LAW  PROGRESS
i.-i   r-������  workirg-. at   Bitter there is no return in cash or kind.
Creek on .Vednesday two miners, Mr.  Warner has repeatedly ap-
l>riih   Finlanders.   were   instantly proachi��l  the 'iovernment  Ag.nt
killed.   Their namevwere Thomas i ar.d Mr. Mar.son   in the endeavor
Pall, foreman, and Fred Johnston.Ito  have  something  done  al*.ui
Johnston'- trody was flung over this but still Porcher "saddens at
afc I �������������*������ ���'���'���IB* I ���sWa*'
Miner.*).!.'. Mvickera 13.00. wanted si Htddtn
Creek Cooper C��...; . .. Bay. lake S.S. VadK,
or Venture. llvtf
the installadon of otricers for the
 ~*^ "&^t3^$��r%$��' ***** ^ *�� ��*��*��. "f *��
W      t    1              I           Hirers, a big new ahipment of local   I'xlge   Were   At   Home   last
Me p     an e               Lt    < CC\17 ADC ' ^]u   "' ',uir 'rit'n<l!i afur tnQ
 i. .ijJL, AOO W Al\L ���.Union of officers.
we are selling it cheap��� It was a happy gathering.   Bro.
Here are other goods we have Rev. W. H. McLeod was chairman
Tv.'  a ..! Joiners wsnted.     Apply Psclf.c C��,n- .    .                  .                ,    .. .        .       .. ,,
atruction Company. Digby bland     MMS          Furr.iture                              Crockery of tile evening anel (lltl splendidly.
Porter Wsnted    Apply Talbot P..-j. 2nl Ave.   Stove.                                    Gla��a*��ar. -J-^^.    programme    of    music    Was
T,       TT                   -L 1T.1 Li.oi.um                     ^' contributed by Misses Mainland
Gets   Through    Committee   of  T                                                                T   Enamelware                       Table Cull.ry ....
therUn- (       Boarders Wanted Blind. B.br Bo���i..
f    Curtains Screens
the Whole after a Rat
eventful Discussion.
the lor g di lay."
"Uninhabited Island '
On the southern si<l.
The Hydro-Electric By-law pas-
ii d   through   committee  of  tht
whole   quite   pl.-as-ntly   at   last
,f Porcher ,-..       Council   before 'the scrap.
���      houghi the exact cause N;,r,| there are large tracts of Alderman   D     la!)  was  in   the
of th,- accident is not positivel)  timber, including the valuable >-el- (h;iir    H(. refused lhe honor at
- krw cedar in  n�� - large enough &m ^-^ he W1> m democrat(
for use in boat-building, etc. There )ul u^k ^
s amid great applause
2W ft, .tiros- die river, and Fall's
was thrown 40 ft. by the force of
th<- explosion.    No inquest was
workings at the time.
Quilt.
A few  cosy  homelike  rooma  cheap  to steady   Blanket!
roomer*.   King e**orge Hotel. 2nd Avsnu*. .*:���,....
131-ns Mirrors
ftf BS)��al��F*SS-g|S-*������B^
;      Situations Wanted      (
1-o.itior. Wanted in real eatate office.    Small sal-
-r_. a- : c -mssion.   Fifteen year's experience
travelling for a Chicago wholesale grocery concern.   Best of reference.    Address answer to
|    jf,,.   sj.tng;    J. U Long. T24-15th street. Edmonton. A:beru.
Pictures
Washing
Machines
Oslermoor Mattresses
Every Description of
Houae     Furnishings.
A mereiing of those interest ���! on   that   side,  and   the  Porcher
"You lei* s>^.^.
I< -a- are handing me a burch," he
In  the forming of a  Caledonian   [slander, are sorry to -<e that in
s.cie, vis called for Faidayevening ,. ���,  Eastern pape.    Po.   ei has hV r^ade a"vig]lJt .
at   8  oclock.   July   ..     All   it- I,,...,, described as "an uninhabited    ,   ��� . ������  .,_.   .
r
terested ar.- kindly requested  to bland" b< eamen land-
attend.    The  plan-  of  mi'iT., ���| ���,, ���;., and found
Central Hotel. :,t r<) i,,,,,M.s iJUt f)niy timlnr.   The
For Sale ���-
been described as "an ttninbabited   ,.,:__.,_ ..\\ ?,,,. ^..n,.,   .,r,i .u,. Before buying your stove or Rang* ,*�� a. j.
  ,       ,     Cllairm.in   all   tne   Same,   and    tne      Galland. McB.nde and Fifth Ave.    Cookstovtt
- imittee over which he presided    '""""�����
worked smoothly.
ADVERTISE   IN THE
NEWS
' 1 nt <-:*.�����.  H'-.mtk-  He.-e. ten roomi.   hotjM*-
<     keeplnf aod tingle,  tiewlr f-rr.isr-.ed.     Pric*
The   by-law   provides   for   the    \SSSJm7UmtUnS.m &T
fact   i-   that   although   spl.-Mli.l r..Wj j. of lhe ���,,���, ,,��� K60,fJ00forL ^^^a
agricultural land exists in these .,.,.  f,,nstn]Ction  of th(.  hydro* |I    , M i
;���'������������������:������   '-'"' d��n  can be,,.,,���,..,, xh(:mi. ,,,, wil! limi: up j      Business   Chances      |
"~~~^~^~~~^^~~^~^~  for its third reading next Monday. ���~~-">-~~-���-    ~~~..
Mis;. Cram. Mrs
Johnstone, Mis- Wright of the
Salvation Army. Mrs. Hoy. Messrs. J. Ru-vsi.ll Fletcher, George
Shaw, and speeches by Brothers
G. R. Nader. I". V. Bennett.
Alderman   Douglas,   Allison   and
 o  ..;h,-r-.
The  Big Dr. j. p. Cade is the new Noble
BIG FURNITURE Store t^ZZ Z����.
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd A����. j xou|c Grand, came in for warm
F.   W.   HART tributts from  the  speakers.    He-
has made the local I. O. 0. F.
lodge what it now is and it is
something to Ik- proud of! In
replying to congratulations Brother Knsign Johnstone siid he wished
for the new Noble Grand as g.-. d
After  the   music  there  v..-.  .
supper.    Mrs.   Ensign  Johnstone
was responsible for it and she is
in   the   front   rank   of   culinary
r.rtistes.
It was midnight -vhen the party
broke up after a thoroughly happy
time. The retiring Noblt Cr.iiil
Brother Johnstone and his wifi
were largely responsible for the
success of the evening.
The officers for the coming
term are: N. C... J. P. Cade; P.
N. G., G. S. Johnstone: V. G.,
A. Allison: Secretary. H. H. Morton; Treasurer, C. H. Orme; I i-
rar.cial Secretary. N. Schemman;
Chaplain. W. Grant; R. S. N G.,
S. Cox; L. S. N. C. J. Keller;
L. S. V. C, Roy Moore; R S. V.
(',., J. W. Jackson; Conductor. C.
Thorne.R.S.S..A.Mills; L.S.S
G. Christiansen; O. G., C. Lu-
watt.
Thc mcmliers of the l<Hlg. wen
photographed early in the evening
by Mr. Davidson of the Peerless
Studio.
phone w
A number of the transfer nun
and   horse   c*wncrs   of   the   city
in  a  petition   hcadeei  by  J.  G.
Weston asked the council on Men-
,,    ,   ,,      ,   ���.     ,    ,   ,     , .. band of officers to siipiKirt him dav to attend to the donditi��n >f
Deck Hands Wrecked the Stea-        .        , . .   '   .. , ,    ,.       . .   . , .   ,.
as he,  the  retimg  Noble Grand certain important strcctsand-m
BLAMED IT ON
THE STORE EGGS
HARD ON HORSES
mer Kingston in Temper over
the Hen Fruit.
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The Continental Trust Company. Limited,
providi-s safety for valuables in the home
and in the office. Its safety deposit vaults
is proof airainst any form of assault; fire
ami thieves are equally impotent to force
an entrance. Arti'vs left in our vault are
placed where neither moths or rust will
corrupt, nor thieves break through and steal
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The Continental Trust Company, Limited
CONTRACT   AWARDED
tjood monty Is Moving Pictures.     W.nted-A
i    party to start moving picture ahow In Princ.
Rupert.   Write me for particular!.    H. Davis.
Watertown. Wit. U7-wl
I
Handasyde ft Hurt Will Supply; t~~'
Sewer Pipe
r
'Canadian Puss Despatch)
Kir.gsto-:,   Ont.,   July   5.���Be
^a.sa.~aa.^.^.i caii-c ihi v Were not served with
enjoyed.
Brother C. V. Bc-nett humorously remarked that when Brother
Dr. Cade came to diagnose the
case of  Lodge  No.  03  the only
junctions being grilled which the
contractors are keeping in a rough
and uneven state dangerous to
horses. The fi-ci lhat in relaying
planks contractors are leaving the-
Fire Insurance
*> cau-e u-.ev wen- mn se-rveti wiini ..      . ,.  ,   .    . ., . .. -ii.
T , .,' ,     ,      ,, ,   i thing  he  would   find  lhe  matter spikes sticking up was cspeci.ill>
f   new  laid  eggs  for bnakfast,  the     . /  . ,, , , .      ��� , .,.,,.
.... .      ��� ...   with U would Ik-an acute attack, mentioned.     Relerrtd   i<>   str<> ��
Messri Handasyde & Hurt get
tin- contract for a smi I! r|uantity
of  sewer pipe  required  by  the
city.    I'- COSt is $2' .(.cording
to  their  price.      ' ither  bidders
Were the Prince Rti; '-r- Hardware-
Co. *2��.:��i. and the Kaien Hardware (".,. 13862.80. This matter
was embodied in a '[>ort by the
City I
ii  deck   h.ud-  on   the   R.   and   0.
 ^  L.: k  am| of growing pairs
stt: iiv r Ki' g��ion ran annul
committee.
THE Bnliab Union and National Fir*  Inauranc, ba.'lv   V. recked   I lie   Vessel.      Thl'V
Company of London.  England,   srllh    capital IIPI   It    T\ 1  Slaf^r    iWl
.,,:.....     se. u. for raw..    Th* Mar. I.--.     al   l.ee'i  arr.-I..    here "n  a   HtLIJ   UANLE.  Ull
Reallv and Insurance Osnoanv.            fli-tt ,                                 .                                              SSSjaVst/    UnilVb   U��
  ch. rgr of malicious destruction.
DECORATION   AWARDS
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., ��� -���' t<      I ..i'. * ot Optimitt, eel) only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
HEAT IN MISSIOURI
FOURTH OF JULY I Police Station and Residence of
  E. A. Woods Win Dominion
Best marl* in Saattl.    Fruit and Candy, whole-
sal* and Kr-lail. Look for flash sigr. st night.
.nglneer to the council on i SAM COwen. proprietor           phoned,
Monday night.          	
Mias Ethel McCumber is Glad
to Get Back North Again
Old Glory" Radiantly Adorned
Young America in B. C. at
Pretty Assembly Last Night.
CITY'S OWN  SNIFF  YACHT
TONH.HT 18
AMATEUR NIGHT
AT TIIK
PHENIX THEATRE
TONIGHT AT8p.m.
DOORS OPEN AT T.liO
Dance*, Songs, Klc. Iiy good talent
B( sure and C0HM
TO RENT
Mis- Ethel McCumber. Well Tn<" Fourth of July, America's
kio.in i-i Prime KutH-rt as a:Great Day. was observed loyally
business   woman   and   owner   of |,y n,iiny Americans and Canadians
several parcels ol real estate, left
Temporarily   the   city   garbage
scow will be moored at the Davis,*,    ,   . ,,   ,
Wharf.     The   nuisance  caused   ,(>. | ^^.0 4-roomed Cottsge  in see  ���,,.,.-,.   brokers ^ o.hce.     She   has  \
the dumping of  garbage  through j 3-roomed Cabin in section 1, 110.00,
a trap door on the G. T. P. wharf | ___     _  .       _
has   got   too   bad   for   the   long- HJalX    ajALsfc.
luffering  company  and   the  civic i Lot 4, block 6, sec. 6, IUO0, half cash.
of American origin, in Prir.ce Ru-
on  the  trai'i  today  for  Hazelton
,., ,     . , , 'pert   vcslcrday.     Prettv   homes,
where she has a  real estate and- '   . ,   ^ .... ,
pretty girls fluttered the Stars and
just   returned   from  a   vacation
,      ��� ,      ... .it.        , j amongst the youngsters bombarded
OUtSide,   havirg   visited   her   old  .,      ..    ,   _/,     ,......,  ,
home at  Ka> lal <iiv,  Mo.    She
Stri|K's gaily. Roguish reel bloods
amongst the youngsters IximbardctJ
the city harmlessly with fire-crack
steles   that   when   there   twelve
ers, and all having any associations
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
I'Atli tip CAPITAL |Bas0,000
���UIIBS  Fllll HALF.���
Townaiu, FMm and Fruit l.^,
-JOINT imNBR. AND HOLE AOF.NTH OF
Fort George Town.it. Massett Town.it.
HEAD OKKICK:    ' m BOWER 111111,1,1^0. VANCOUV^A^.O.
Local Office:
sniff yacht is on the tide ready
ifor   action.     The   question   was
asked for how long shall the Davis
; wharf   be   used?   and   Alderman
Kirkpatrick suggested that Mr.
I Davis should be roped in for it
514  for a year before he gets a cliance
to  smell   the-  scow  for  a  month.
The matter remains to be settled
by the committee,
law .,  in.m rv v, oct.  o, ei rr-r.  li.ui    > n,->n.      . ,
Lots. 11 and 12, block 28, section 8, i"ays ago the heat was something
W60 half cash terrific,  being as high  as  101  in
Lots 21 and 22, block 24, section 8, $500    ,,,-*-, ,     .
pair, half cash. ���     l,H' sliaile.     Int- nt wstiapers had
���.��������������� accounts every day of deaths and
pr< stratioM from the extreme heal.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Sacond Av��>
Limited.
Princ* Rupert, B.C.
Aider Block
Sixth Street
-����>��>tTOI>OUOI|CIBlTW��DOi!
Malicious and Cruel
Some malicious brute deliberately ait one of Lynch Bros.' horses
about the face and jaw yesterday,
presumably with a knife.
It is believed that the horcc
was Injured by somebody who
wished to spite Lynch Bros. The
mischief was done during the
[absence of the driver. The tvollcc.
lure   making   inciuirics   about   thc I
I Incident. 1
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order In the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
WAPPY     IS  CGUILTY
Former Seattle Police Chief is
Found Guilty of Accepting a
Bribe.
(Canadian PnssDespatch)
Seattle, Former Chief of Police
Wappenstdn was found guilty last
night of accepting a bribe of 11,000
in conneelion with thc operation
of ihe crib houses. Thc jury were
out for seven hours before reaching
a verdict.
across the line experienced the
holiday spirit.
In the evening under the auspices
of the Young People's Ilancing
Club a very successful Fourth of
July danCI was held at the Auditorium. Gray's orchestra rendered
the music, the fioor was specially
polished and in gixxl condition
and sbout fifty i-ouples greatly
enjoyed themselves together until
2 a.m. Everywhere the pretty
silken favors fashlonsd daintily
from the folds of "Old Glory"
appearsdi and the touch of the
south in the music revived memories of "The Glorious Fourth."
J. P. CADE. N.o.       TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
H. H. MORTON, Sec.1 AD.   WAY OF FINDING
C. I). Newton made the request
to the city council that while the
civic rock crusher is busy on Third
avenue il might take some rock
from lots of his near by. Referred
to streets committee.
Day Prizes.
Award of the two prizes offered
for the best decorated tesldenci
and public building in the >it>
on Dominion Day was announced
last night. 'The prize of Fifteen
Dollars for the liest decorated
public building goes lo the Folic*
Station and Court Room whi '
with flags and evergreens made i
very effective show.
Ernest A. Woods, City Clerk,
gets the Ten Dollar prize for the
Ihsi decorated private rcsi'l' en
His pretty bungalow on Bordcl
street was brilliant with the MP
of England and of Canada. WIw
excellent taste Mr. Woods wh- !���
nothing if not patriotic, emi'i''1'
sised the Cnion Jack on Colon**
tion Day, and thc Canadian N'
tionnl flag on Dominion Dn> l"
his decorative schemes.
The judges of thc compeddefl
were Messrs.. A. Ward, VV. N'c
son  Lalley, architect, and  M"r"'
H. Craig.
Resigned Managership
Mr. Thomas Dunn, who hM
lieen manager of the Prince Ku-
|*rt Hardware anil Supply Com'
pany for some time, has resign"1
to look after his private affairs
Mr. L. ('. Mackcn succeeds Mr-
Dunn as manager for the compan)
ksSBSS
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