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The Daily News
NEXT MAILS
For south
Prince Rupart Friday, a.m.
POB NoliTil
Princess Muy....Thursday, p. m
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II,  NO. 215
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, September 21, 1911.
Price Five Cents
Vote for Duncan Ross and Prosperity
GEMS FROM DUNCAN ROSS'
GREAT SPEECH LAST NIGHT
"Mr. Clements objects in some extra silverware tm the Govern;
niiiii ship Montcalm.    Mr. Clements couldn't make ihis argument
a,iik in the cent belt;  where they do say the medium of exchange
i- rut even coppers but beans."
* a a * a
"Mr. Clements objects to the cost of Wilson gas buoys���the
greatest boon that was ever conferred upon men who go down to the
a..i in ships. Of course if Mr. Clements' policy succeeds there will
he mi little shipping to do that the old fashioned coal oil lantern will
i.t* good enough; but with reciprocity we want our harbors and waters
lit up with the most modem equipment, so that the great trade to be
done will be done with the greatest safety to the men engaged in the
worka"
a a a * a
"The most  scandalous tactics are being used by the provincial
government to thwart the will of the people in this election,   Road
superintendents, road foremen, fire wardens, game wardens and a
mighty host of paid hirelings of the Provincial Government are going
up .mil tlown this constituency trying   to bulldoze the electors into
voting against their own best interests.    But, thank Cod! the ballot
i*. secret and they will nol succeed."
*****
"The most outrageous scheme of all is the employing of special
i "i -i.titles ;u all the polling booths���constables appointed by VY. J.
Bowser, attorney general, and sworn in by Tory justices of ihe peace
in this riiling. These men have been appointed agents for H. S.
Clements and we have the edifying spectacle of a candidate having
hi- agents paid out of ihe treasury of the Pro*, ince of Hriiish Columbia.
rin-1* men have been appointed and are being paid without any authority from ihe legislature and without any warrant in law."
*****
"Even ihe Mayor deserts the civic chair and govs up and down
ilu* constituency trying to convince ihe people thai they should vote
inst Prince Rupert's and their iv.n heat Interests."
*****
*
"One would  naturally expect  a Vancouver real estate man  to
kink I'rince Rupert;  but what about a few of our own people living
l.i it* with all their interests here?"
*****
"How can you explain G. R. T. Sawle's position on the fishing
industry. Mr. Sawle must have been sleeping in the morgue with
tin* Conservative candidate and he caught the knocking habit."
WAGE-WORKER'S STRONG
SPEECH FOR RECIPROCITY
"Charlie" Hunter Gives Audience and Fellow Workers
at the Ross Meeting Lively Advice to Vote For
the Mearure That Helps the Worker
municipal affairs this winter���and
whatever may be on their programme it won't lx* party *x>litics
as Mr.  Manson will  find,    (Ap-
��� lite of the most telling speeches
.'f the evening in support of Ross
��� i 'I reciprocity was that given
l.y Mr. Charles Hunter, lhe work-
ingman speaker, who is coming
I.,   the   front   amongst   audiences
in I'rince Rupert.
He came on   the stage  in  his
plain workman's off duty garb
and mads a strong impression
"I. all his hearers.
"If the Liberals here think 1
have come to hand them bouquets," he began, "they are mis-
laken. (Laughter and applause).
"Hut if Sny Conservatives here
think I mean to roasl the Liberals,
ihey ;ire mistaken, too. (Renewed
laughter). Working men here as
it rule, have no use for party
politics, I have heard some of
my fellow workers remark 'well,
there are lots of union men in
ihis town who won't vote for
Manson's bunch i't the next municipal election because ila-y don'l
hold with party politics, bill they
won't vote against them so tha.
wtin'; make any difference to
him.
"Let nn* tell Mr. Manson lhat
lie needn't count on thai for there
is ;i strong body of workingmen
in this city members of the two
labor organisations I belong to
who have had just about enough
of that bunch of incompetents
i'i ihe city ball, anil mean to take
ti  very  active  part,  Indeed)  in
plaitse).
"I am making an exception in
this election myself. I intend to
exercise the franchise. There are
three classes of workers I know���
men who vote for their party
every time, the political kind,
men who some-limes vote, but are
unwilling t�� vote iis a rule���and
men like myself who intend to
exercise the franchise. I 1h>i*c
all three Mill be out tomorrow at
the polls voting for reciprocity.
"To those who believe reciprocity will bring trade and prosperity to Prince Rupert, I say
vote for reciprocity. Again, if
you believe what the Conservatives say about the United
Slates trusts coming to gobble
up Canada, vote for reciprocity
for lhe most ardent supporters
of your cause as workirgmen will
then be the numbers of the
middle   class.     Aid   let   me   tell
you  thai  the Canadian  Menu-
facturers' Association which is financing  the  Conservative cause
in this campaign are your enemies,
therefore   vote   for  reciprocity���a
vote for reciprocity is a vote for
your own cause."
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
DUNCAN KOSS, LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR COMOX-ATLIN
'The Government of Sir Wilfred Laurier will be returned, and I want you to return me because 1
want to co-operate with the Grand Old Chief in making- Prince Rupert what it is destined
to be-The Great City of the Pacific Coast,"
MAGNIFICENT OVATION FOR DUNCAN
ROSS ON THE EVE OF ELECTION
Right Candidate For Prince Rupert Receives Five Minutes Steady Applause Before
he Begins his Great Speech    " Ross and Reciprocity" the Popular Candidate
and  Cause For Today
"The speaker I now want to
introduce to you is our next
Member of Parliameni for Comox-
Atlin," si'id Mr. Tom Dunn, after
enthusiastic united singing of "The
Maple Leaf" by the audience
at the Ross meeting last night
Mr. Ross stood forward amitl
terrific applause*���cheers crashed
out wildly for two full minutes���
There was an instant's lull. Then
as one man the huge audience rose
in their seats with a tumultous
"tiger" that was simply deafening.
In the midst of the cheering Mr.
Ross was seen modestly stroking
thc white pelt of Mr. Clements'
goat.     Thc   audience   caught   a
glimpse of the action and yelled
with delight.
Someone started "For He's a
Jolly Good Fellow" and with a
will ilu* audience caught up the
strains,    li   was  a   magnificent
reception for a candidate on lhe
eve of an election���and Mr. Ross
showed his appreciation modestly,
like lhe straight, strong man he ii*.
He Expressed Confidence
When the tremendous ovation
had subsided -the audience ceasing to cheer from sheer fatigue���
Mr. Ross began to s|H-ak:
"1 face this great audience tonight with considerable confidence,
antl not a little thankfulness," he
said:   "confidence (wiih it glance
at Clements' goat) because 1 am
assured ihat this goat is really-
dead. (Applause). Thankfulness
to you one and all for your extremely gratifying reception of
nu- tonight. I Renewed applause).
Will Be a Great City
"If Prince Rti|K-rt is going to
be a great city, as I believe it will,
aid ;". you believe it will or you
would nol be here, it is going to
be m. because ii is the centre of
one of the richest districts in
Canada. (Cheers). And it is
going to be so because it is the
centre for the finest fishing waiers
in   lhe   Pacific.    That   being  so,
GEMS FROM DUNCAN ROSS'
GREAT SPEECH LAST NIGHT
"Prince Ruperl hopes to be ih.* centre of thc halibut fishing. 'It
is a false hope,' says Mr. Sawle. No Vancouver knocker in his worst
mood could suggest anything more damning i" ilu* future of Prince
Rupert."
*****
"Wiih reciprocity in full force and effect Prince Ruperl will
become the eemre of all the northern fishing trade and neither the
knockers from Vancouver nor the wailing Jeremiahs   from  Prince
Ruperl citn prevent  that."
*****
"Our Conservative friends are telling the working men thai
reciprocity means cheaper living and cheaper labor. Their logic is
its absurd its Sawle's lish logic. Reciprocity means employment for
more fishermen, in..re longshoremen, more Btevedores, more labor
of every kind. It means prosperity and boom times and an ever increasing demand for labor���a demand greater than the supply and
that always means a stiffening market for men's labor."
*****
"What use iire high wages to ;��� man win. cannot gel work to do?
Reciprocity means abundance of work and plenty of work always
bring*- high wages."
*****
'"Phi* Alaska trade freely granted ;.> you by ilu* reciprocity pact
is ilu- riihe>t gift ever offered, since ilu* Queen of Sin*!..' presented
King Solomon wiih the gold ��� >f Ophir.    li i- yours for tin- voting.  .*\re
you going to accept it?"
*****
"George 11. Cowan wants you to eleel .��� Vancouver man to
represent you and make Comox-Atlin an appendage to ilu* ambitions
Cily of Vancouver. Are you going to allow Vancouver to control
your destiny or are you going ;t. have your own member in ilu- Parliament of Canada?"
*****
"The Government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier will be returned
tomorrow, and I want you to return me because I want to cooperate with the Grand Old Chief in making Prince Rupert
what it is destined to be���the great city of the Pacific Coast."
VANCOUVER CONSERVATIVES
ADMIT CLEMENTS' DEFEAT
Midnight Dispatch From Ottawa States That Conservatives Reluctantly Concede Laurier and Recipro-
procity���Will be Returned by Good Majority
(Special to the Dally Ntws)
Victoria, Sept. 21.���The leaders
;it Conservative headquarteis here
(Continued on page i.)
HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT
admit the defeat of Clements for
ComOX*Atlin is mosi probable.
No Tory Sports There
Vancouver. Sept. 21.   Five thou
sand dollars have been deposited
in   the   World   office   here   by   a
prominent   Liberal,  who  desires
to bcl lhe amount that the Liberal
Government will be returned by
at least twenty-five majority.   This
hi-il found no takers up io midnight.
Laurier r Return Cei lain
Ottawa,  Sepl   2(1.    The  eve of
what   is  probably   the   greatest
election ever held in Canada,
finds the Government supporters
���anguine of victory, Reports from
the headquarters of ihe party in
all the provinces announce a strong
support of lhe reciprocit) policy.
Ir is even admitted by the Conservatives lhat  this polity will be
approved l.y the electors ai d that
Laurier will be returned by a
substantial majority.
ABE ATTELL DEFEATED
Wells of England Now World s
Champion Featherweight
(Special In ihe l>ai|y News)
New York. Sepl. 20.���Wells,
ilu- lightweight champion of Eng*
land, and Abe Audi, tin- featherweight champion of the world,
fought   ten   rounds   here   tonight,
Wells outfighting ilu- American
in practically every round and
getting ihe popular decision.
Wells i> now in line for a match
with Wolgast.
Tin* Englishman showed great
cleverness in the bunt tonight anil .
ni.-iile a great impression.   Through
out the contest In* landed almost
;ii will on An. II.
An Immense Reward
Vancouver, Sept.  12.- (Special)
���The amount of the reward for
the capture of the Montreal bai k
robbers  has  been   Increased  to
���WaUHM).
Majestic Fight Pictures
11 Is learned by wire that Wells,
ihe English lightweight champion,
defeated Abe Attell, lhe featherweight champion <>f the world.
This  makes  the   films   now   being
shown i'i the Majestic of the
battle between Wolgast and Moran
peculiarly interesting as Wells must
nexi meet Wolgast in the ring.
GRAND   DANCE
Don't forget the Grand Dance
in the Mclntyre Hall tonight
from 9.30 to 12.30. Gray's
.Orchestra.
Your Vote for Ross and Reciprocity is a Vote for Rupert THE DAILY NEWS
CALLED LAURIER
A COWARD
(Continued from page one)
should vote in this election. To
my mind there is a proper spirit
among Prince Rupert men which
expects and demands decency in
public men. For my part until
Mr. George H. Cowan withdraws
that gross insinuation against the
character of our revered leader
I do not propose to treat him as
a man. (Loud applause ami groans
for Cowan).
Duty We Pay on Fruit
"I give you another little item
to remember. You all eat fruit
but not so much of it as you would
like because it is so expensive.
Now I find that last Wednesday
you paitl a little over $1200 in
taxes, or duty, on the fruit that
came in that day. If you had
paid this $1200 taxes at the city
hall there would have been some
thing doing. If reciprocity goes
into effect you will pay no duty
on your fruit.
"This is one of many things-
1 would ask you to remember
when you go up lo vote early
Thursday morning. 1 know, however, that this is one you arc not
likely to forget, and on the saving
that reciprocity means in genral
to the home maker you are well
informed. Vote for reciprocity
by all means."
The crowded audience cheered
again and again as Mr. Ross
closed, waving banners and hats
and behaving with as much enthusiasm as if thc battle had already
been won.
ROSS  AND  RECIPROCITY
Clever Parody of Well-known
Scotch Ballad by Popular
Rupert Pioneer.
SPEECHS & SONGS
AT ROSS SMOKER
(Continued from Page one)
li
li
There were other songs and
speeches, including a strong one
by Mr. Manson a brief outline
of which will be found in another
column, and the meeting then
adjourned to this evening with
rousing cheers for the candidate
and Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
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a. m. and close at 5 p.m.
All votes must be cast
between these hours.
In provincial and muni-
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O until 7 o'clock in the
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0 sometimes creates con-
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0 21 the doors of the poll-
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BASEBALL SCORES
ELECTION CLASH IN EAST
Bourassa Gnag Comes to Blows
With Laurier's Supporters
"Ross and Reciprocity" forms
a popular theme for the poetic
talent of Prince Rupert. Following excellent parody, in true
ballad style, of a famous Scottish
song was written right off the
reel by a popular printing pioneer
of Prince Rupert, your old friend
"Scotly" Dennis. The song even
apart from iis immensely popular
sentiment, would attract attention
from its clever turns of wit and
appropriitte play on names
persons and places.
Ha, ha, the Wooin' o't
Duncan Ross cam' lure to woo,
Ha, ha, the wooin* o't,
A winsome lass wha's name was
Ru-,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't,
Pert and proud wi' tocher fair
O' acres plenty, rich and rare,
Which only need a guidman's care,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
Duncan wasna' a' his lane,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't,
As the lassie's only swain,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
A carpet-bagger from below
Travelling for McBride ci Co.
Was the lassie's Other jo,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
Duncan swore that he'll be true,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't,
He'd no other lass in view,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
The carpet-bagger wadna* swear
That be'il love no other fair,
She'd be second of a pair.
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
The lassie had no use ava,
Ha, ha, the wooin' o'l,
For being Bertie's Nunber Twa,
Mil, ha, the wooin' o't.
"Dare ye ask o' me," quo' she,
"That  I your light-o'-Iove should
be.
Ye may go to���Van���for me,"
Ha, ha, the wooin' o'l.
"Duncan's built upon my plan,"
Ha, ha, the wooin' o'l,
"He will do for my guiilninn,"
Ha, ha, the wooin' o't.
"A brawny laddie o' the west,
He's the lail that I love best,
Well 1 know he'll stand lhe test,
Hit, ha, the wooin' o't.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Sept. 20.���For a time
last night the city feared a riot
when the rival factions of Bourassa
and Laurier clashed after speechifying by the two leaders. The
Premier while on the way to the
station to take train for Quebec
ran foul of Bourassa's supporters
wbo hissed and jeered him. Lev-
era! fights occurred. The police
were called oul and order was
restored.
MANGLED BODY FOUND
Ghastly Freight of C. P. R. Box
Car at Revelstoke
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Revelstoke, Sept. 20.���The bod)
of a man was found in a C. P. R.
box car last night upon its arrival
from Field. Remains were badly
mangled and indications point to
murder.   From a contract made
with ii Winnipeg firm to work on
a C. P. R. gang the man's name
was found io be J. Bailey.
Three to One for Govt.
Ottawa, Sept. 20.���(Special)���
Wagers are being made in the
elections at prevailing odds of
three io one ihat the Government
will be sustained and even mone\
that the Government will have a
majority of over thirty.
For Rent ���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store.- H. S. Wallace. tf
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
KMRMHNHK   MMMMKK
THE "BOOSTER" CAME
What Lota of Fun Weil
Have with Cowan
The mat) who branded
Sir Wilfrid Laurier as "a
white-liven tl coward," Geo.
S. Cowan, stippul off lhe
Prince Rupert this morning, and he had with him
the little grip that Fred
Stork says lie will put on,
the Venture tomorrow
night.     He  is  a   "ciiltus"
Vancouverite sent  for to
boost for another Vancou-
verite, There was no brass
band to meet him, But
there was Mayor Manson
awaiting, ready  to hand
over the freedom of the
city, M. M. Stephens to
give him the glad hand
and welcome him aa "the
savior   of   thc   situation,"
antl���Candidate   Clements
in  the background.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 5, Seattle 2.
Spokane ">, Victoria 4.
Portland 4, Tacoma 0.
National League
Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 5.
New York ;->, Pittsburg 1.
Philadelphia 2, Chicago0.
St. Louis 111, Boston 12.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 2, Oakland 1.
Situ Francisco 4, Los Angeles 1.
American League
Washington 7, Chicago '���,.
Huston 2, Detroit 1.
Philadelphia 5, Si. Louis 1.
Cleveland S, New York 3.   Nine
innings.
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Free Telephone  Debate
Dr. Red.lie, the health officer,
is to have a free telephone. That
is lo say, he is to have a telephone
in his house at the expense of the
dty. But this I ii ii in was not
obtained without a warm discussion ;ti the council Monday
night. Aid Kerr was against a free
telephone being given to anybody,
but Alderman Smith said lit
thought a telephone for thc official
business of the health officer wa*
;i necessity, antl until that official
had an office in the new cily hall,
ami while he wa.s using his home
iis an office, a phone should In
placed in bis home. Aldcrmai
Hilditch and Alderman Kirkpatrick look a similar view of tin
situation and the telephone was
accordingly ordered.
Charles D. Newton got in 01
the Prince Rupert this morning
He had purposed a long nip outside but cut it short to be ben
to vote for reciprocity.
A wireless reports thai they wen
having ;i heavy hailstorm at Skidegate this afternoon.   Tomorrow
probably, it will be hailing vote
for Ron and Reciprocity there.
New Settler Arrives
Al 4,110 this morning a son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. C. C>.
Miiller of Lakelse Valley, residing
at    present    on    Eighth    avenue.
Mother and son are both doing
well. Lakelse Valley will be pleaset
to welcome the new settler in ;
few weeks when Mr. and Mr.-
Muller return to iheir ranch.
Hot Search for Robbers
Seattle, Sept. 80.���(Special)���
Men suspected to be concerned
in the New Westminster bank
robbery passed through Everett
today and arc believed to Inhere now. They are suspected
through conversation overheard at
the Ce. N. station.
New Styles for Fall
Our new stock of fancy tweeds
and classy worsteds jusi arrived.
Largest stock nonh of Vancouver.
American or English Styles.
Our aim is to please everybody.
Call and see our stock���it is full
of gootl values antl nobby patterns.���Sweder Brothers, high class
tailors, Helgerson Block. lit
Short Fatal Flight
Oe Witt, Iowa, Sept. 20.���(Special)���Aviator Rosenbaum of Chicago, was killed  this afternoon
��� IWhen   his  aeroplane   fell   from   a
��� Iheight of only fifty feet.    He was
Ml in the air altogether only twenty!
MI minutes. I
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Do away with this.    Patronize a white
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COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol quoen Charlotte.
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Rrown ol Prince
Rupert, aaddler, Intenda to applv to the Chiel
Commlaaioner ot Landa and Worka lor a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
'   lowlne deec	
ot liraham laland
the following deacribed landa on tho Waat Coaat
Lost and Found
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turning to News office.
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MAJESTIC
THEATRE
Special - Attraction
TO-NIGHT
Original
WOLGAST-MORAN
fight pictures, showing
every blow and action
in desperate and fiercely fought contest :   :
General Admission 25c
Commencing 7 p.m.
Reciprocity Prices
Ahead of
Reciprocity
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CLOSING OUT our stock of
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Commencing at a poit planted three miles east
of tha northeast cornar of C. 1*. No. 4469 thence
east  80 chains, thanca aouth 80 chains, thence j
waat 80 chains* thenoe north 80 chains to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict ot Quean Charlotte
Islands
Taka notica that Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, saddler, intends to apply to the Chief
Commiasioner of Lands snd Works for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following desi   "
Coast of Graham lslsnd:
under the following described lands on the Wost
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of tha northeast cornar of C. I. No. 4469 thence
south 80 chains, thenoe 80 chains wast, tbence 80
chaini north, tbenee 80 chaini east to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug,
\ugi
. 19
Skeena .*aml DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
I s knits
Take notice that AusUn M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, occupallon saddler, intends lo apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the lollowing doacribed unds on id ���
West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mllea east
of tha aoutheast cornar of C. 1. No, 4476 thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thenca wast 80 chains to point ot commencement.
AUSTIN M. I1ROWN, Locstor
1 .rated August 1st, 1911
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Chsrlolte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply to
tha Chief Commlaaioner of lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following deacrlbod lands
on tha West Coast ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a posl planted three milus cast
of the southwest corner of C. L. No. 4477 ihence
80 chslns east, thence 80 chains north, thunce 80
chains weat. thence 80 chains soulh lo point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. PROWN. locator
Date of Location, 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrlct-Dislrict of Queen Charlotu
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Drown of Prince
Hupert. occupation saddler, Intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the (ollowing r
Coast of Grabsm lslsnd:
under thc (ollowing described lands on the West
Commencing at a poet plant xl threo miles east
ot tha southeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenc*
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, ihence woat 80 chains to point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
koena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlotu
Islands
Take nollea that Austin M. Hrown ot Princa
Rupert, occupation saddler, InUndi to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under tne following described lands on the
Wast Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted threa mllos east
of tho northeast corner of C. L. No. 4474 tbence
80 chains south, thence 80 chsins west, thence 80
chains north, tnence 80 chains aast to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
I*��cated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skaena Und DUtrict���DUUict of Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prin-M
Rupert, occupstlon saddler, InUnds to apply
to tha Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for eoal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on tha
Weet Coast of Grabam IsUnd:
Commanclng at a poit planled three milea east
of the northeast comer of C. L. No. 4471, thence
80 cbains east, tbence 80 chains south, Ihence 80
cbains weat, thenca 80 chaini north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locitor
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District -Disi rict of Quean Charlotu
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler by occupation, InUnds to spply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under lne following doacribed lands on tbe
Wr it Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poit planted three miles east
of the northeast corner of C. 1*. No. 4471 thence
south 80 chains, thenco weat 80 chains, thenca
north 80 chslns, thenee aast 80 chains to point
of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,   Locator
Localed August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Islsnds
Take notice thst Austin M. Brown of Princa
Rupert, occupation aaddler, InUnds to apply to
tha Chief Commissioner of Landi and Works for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the followntg described Ian-Is on the
West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mile* east
of the southeast corner of C. I.. No. 4470 thence
north 80 chains, thence eait 80 ehalni, thence
south 80 chains, thenca wast 80 chains to point ot
com mencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
I scaled August lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Islsnds
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, InUnds to apply to
tbe Chief Commliiloner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following deacribed Unds on tho
West Coait of Graham Inland:
Commencing at a poet planted three milea east
of the southeast comer of C. L. No. 4476 thence
80 chains west, thenca 80 chains north, 80 chains
eait, thance 80 chains south to point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, H ll.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlott
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupstlon aaddler, InUnds to apply
to the Chief Commliiloner of lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under tne following described lands on the
West Coait of Graham Inland;
Commencing at a poit planted three miles east
of tha southeast corner of C. I- No. 4470 thence
weet 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thenca south 80 chains to point of
coin mencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August lit, 1011.
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VOL. II. NO. 215
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, September 21, 1911.
Price Five Cents
Vote for Duncan Ross and Prosperity
GEMS FROM DUNCAN ROSS'
GREAT SPEECH LAST NIGHT
"Mr. Clements objects to some extra silverware on the Govern;
mcnl ship Montcalm, Mr. Clements couldn't make this argument
a,irk in the cent belt; where they do say the medium of exchange
i~ not even coppers but beans."
MMI
"Mr.  Clements objects to the cost of Wilson gas buoys���the
greatest boon that was ever conferred upon men who go down to the
mm in ships.    Of course if Mr. Clements' policy succeeds there will
In- so li11lo shipping to do that the old fashioned coal oil lantern will
lie good enough; but with reciprocity we want our harbors and waters
lit up with the most modern equipment, so that the great trade to be
done will be done with the greatest safety to the men engaged in the
work."
*****
"The most scandalous lactics are being used by the provincial
government to thwart the will of the people in this election. Road
superintendents, road foremen, fire wardens, game wardens and a
mighty host of paid hirelings of the Provincial Government are going
lip and down ihis constituency trying to bulldoze the electors into
voting against their own best interests.    But, thank Cod! the ballot
i*. secret and they will not succeed."
*****
"The most outrageous scheme of .ill is the employing of special
constables at all the polling booths���constables appointed by \V. J.
Bowser, attorney general, and sworn in by Tory justices of the peace
iii this riding. These men have been appointed agents for H. S.
Clements and we have the edifying spectacle of a candidate having
Iii- agents pud out of the treasury of the Province of Briiish Columbia.
These men have been appointed and are being paid without any au-
thority from the legislature and without any warrant in law."
*****
"Even the Mayor deserts the civic chair and govs up and down
ilu- constituency trying to convince the people that ihey should vote
-...inst Prince Rupert's and their own best interests."
*****
t
"One would naturally expect a Vancouver real estate man to
knock Prince Rupert;  but what about a few of our own people living
here with all their interests here?"
*****
Mow can you explain G. R. T. Sawle's **osiiion on the fishing
industry. Mr. Sawle must have been sleeping in the morgue with
the Conservative candidate and he raugbt the knocking habit."
WAGE-WORKER'S STRONG
SPEECH FOR RECIPROCITY
"Charlie" Hunter Gives Audience and Fellow Workers
at the Ross Meeting Lively Advice to Vote For
the Mearure That Helps the Worker
tint* of the most telling speeches
"I ihe evening in siippori of Ross
..nd reciprocity was that given
l.y Mr. Charles Hunter, the wt.rk-
ingman speaker, who is coming
io lhe front amongst audiences
in Prince Rupert.
He came on the stage in his
plain workman's off duty garb
and made a strong Impression
..n all his hearers.
"If lhe Liberals here think 1
have come to hard them bou-
qUetS," he beg;.n, "they are mistaken. (Laughter and applause).
"Ihu if any Conservatives here
think I mean to roast the Liberals,
they are mistaken, too. (Renewed
laughter), Working men here as
ii rule, have no use for party
politics. I have heard some of
my fellow workers remark 'well,
there are lots of union men in
ihis town who won't vote for
Manson's bunch im the next mun-
i.ipi'.l election because they don't
hold with party politics, but they
won't vote against them so thai
Won't make any difference to
him.
"Let tne tell Mr. Manson that
he needn't count on that for then-
is a strong body of workingmeii
in this city members of the two
labor organisations I belong to
who have had just about enough
of that bunch of incompetents
i'i the city ball, and mean to take
;i   very   active   part,   indeed,   in
municipal affairs this winter���and
whatever may be on their programme it won't be party politics
as Mr. Manson will find. (Applause).
"1 am making an exception in
this election myself. I intend to
exercise the franchise. There are
three classes of workers I know���
men who vote for their party
every time, the political kind,
men who sometimes vote, but are
unwilling to vote as a rule���and
men like myself who intend to
exercise thc franchise. I hope
all three will be out tomorrow at
the ix>lls voting for reciprocity.
"To those who believe reciprocity will bring trade and prosperity io Prince Rupt-rt, I say-
vote for reciprocity. Again, if
you believe what thc Conservatives say about the United
States trusts coming to gobble
tip Canada, vote for reciprocity
for tlie most ardent supporters
of your cause as workii gmen will
then be the numbers of the
middle   class.     Aid   let   me   tell
you that the Canadian Manufacturers' Association which is financing the Conservative cause
in this campaign are your enemies,
therefore vote for reciprocity���a
vote for reciprocity is a vote for
your own cause."
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phono 4
DUNCAN ROSS. LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR COMOX-ATLIN
"The Government of Sir Wilfred Laurier will be returned, and 1 want you to return me because I
want to co-operate with the Grand Old Chief in making Prince Rupert what it is destined
to be-The Great City of the Pacific Coast,"
MAGNIFICENT OVATION FOR DUNCAN
ROSS ON THE EVE OF ELECTION
Right Candidate For Prince Rupert Receives Five Minutes Steady Applause Before
he Begins his Great Speech���" Ross and Reciprocity " the Popular Candidate
and  Cause For Today
action and yelled
"The speaker I now want to
introduce to you is our next
Member of Parliament for Comox
Atlin," said Mr. Tom Dunn, after
enthusiastic united singing of "The
Maple Leaf" by the audience
at the Ross meeting last night.
Mr. Ross stood forward amid
terrific applause���cheers crashed
out wildly for two full minutes���
There was an instant's lull. Then
as one man the huge audience rose-
in their seats with a tumultous
"tiger" that was simply deafening.
In thc midst of the cheering Mr.
Ross was seen modestly stroking
thc white pelt of Mr. Clements'
goat.     Thc   audience   caught   a
glimpse of tin*
with delight.
Someone started "For He's a
Jolly Good Fellow" and with a
will the audience caught up (Ill-
strains, li wiis a magnificent
reception for a candidate on thieve of an election���and Mr. Ross
showed his appreciation modestly,
like the straight, strong man he i*-.
He Expressed Confidence
When the tremendous ovation
had subsided -ihe audience ceiling to cheer from sheer fatigui���
Mr. Ross began to speak:
"I face this great audience tonight with considerable confidence,
and not it little thankfulness," he
said:   "confidence (with a glance
at Clements' goat) because I sm
assured that this goat is really
dead. (Applause). Thankfulness
to you ore and all for your extremely gratifying reception of
nu- tonight. (Renewed applause).
Will Be a Great City
"If Prince Ru*K-rt is going to
be a great cily, as I believe it will,
and ss you believe it will or you
would no, Ik- here, it is going to
|,i* mi because it is the centre of
one of the richest districts in
Canada. (Cheers). And it is
going to Ik- so because it is the
centre f<>r the finest fishing waters
in  the   Pacific.    That  lieing  so,
(Continued on page ti.)
HOW TO MARK YOUR BALLOT
GEMS FROM DUNCAN ROSS'
GREAT SPEECH UST NIGHT
"Prince Kupert hopes to be ilu* centre of thc halibut fishing. 'It
is a falsi* hope,' says Mr. Sawle. No Vancouver knocker in bis worst
mood could suggest anything more damning to tin* future of Prince
Rupert."
*****
"Willi reciprocity in full force and effect  Prince Ruperl  will
become the cencre of all ihe northern fisliirg trade and neither the
knockers from Vancouver nor the wailing Jeremiahs   from  Prince
Rupert can prevent that."
*****
"Our Conservative friends are telling the working nun thai
reciprocity means cheaper living ard cheaper labor. Tluir logic is
as i'lisiinl as Sawle's lish h.gic. Reciprocity means employment for
more fishermen, m..re longshoremen, morc stevedores, more labor
of every kind. It means prosperity and boom times and an ever in-
creaslng demand for labor b demand greater than the supply and
that always means a stiffening market for men's l;*l����r."
*****
"What use ;ire high wages lo a man who cannot g.-i work to do?
Reciprocity means abundance of work and plenty of work always
brings high wages."
*****
"The Alaska trade freely granted to yon by the rcciprociiy pact
is ilu- richest gift ever offered, since the Queen of Shcbs presented
King Solomon with lhe gold of Ophir.    It i- your**, for .he voting.   Are
you going lo accept it?"
*****
"George II. Cowan wants yon to elect a Vancouver man to
represent you and make Comox-Atlin an appendage i<> '.lu- r.tnbidons
City of Vancouver. Are you going to allow Vancouver to control
your destiny or are you going to have your own member in ibe Parliament of Canada?"
*****
"The Government of Sir Wilfrid Laurier will be returned
tomorrow, and I want you to return me because I want to cooperate with the Grand Old Chief in making Prince Rupert
what it is destined to be    the great city of the Pacific Coast.''
VANCOUVER CONSERVATIVES^
ADMIT CLEMENTS' DEFEAT
Midnight Dispatch From Ottawa States That Conservatives Reluctantly Concede Laurier and Recipro-
procity���Will be Returned by Good Majority
(S|K-rial to the Daily Ni w.)
Victoria, Sept. 21.���-The leaden
,u Conservative headquarters here
admit the defeat of Clements for
Comox-Atlin is most probable.
No Tory Sports There
Vancouver, Sept. 21.���Five thou
���and dollars have Ikh-ii deposited
in   lhe   World   office   here   by   ,'
prominent   Liberal, who desires
tO bet lhe amount that lhe Libera]
Government will Ik- returned by
at leasl twenty-five majority. This
had found no takers up to midnight
ABE ATTELL DEFEATED
Wells of England Now Worlds
Champion Featherweight
Laurier'* Return Certain
Ottawa,   Sepl   2(1.    The  eve  >.f
what is probably the greatest
election ever held in Csnsds,
fit-tls the Government supporters
���anguine of victory. Reports from
the hesdquarters of the party in
all the provinces announce ��� strong
support of the reciprocity policy.
It is even admitted by lhe Con-
-.rv..lives lhal  this |x.li< y will Ih*
approved by the electors ai tl that
Laurier will be returned by .-
substantial majority,
(Special to thc Daily News)
New York. Sept. 20.���Wells,
tin* lightweight champion <>f England, and Abe Au.ll. the featherweight champion of the world,
fought ten rounds here tonight.
Wells outfighting the American
in practically every round sad
getting the popular decision.
Wells i- now ill line for a match
with Wolgast.
The Englishman showed great
cleverness in the Ih.ui tonight and .
made a grcat Impression.  Through
out the contest he landed almost
at will on Atull.
An Immense Reward
Vancouver. Sept.   12.    (Special)
The --mount of the rewartl for
the capture of the Montresl bai k
robbers hi's been Increased to
182,000.
Majestic Fight Pictures
It i*. learned l.\ wire that Well*,
tin- English lightweight champion,
.1 foaled Abe At it ll, the featherweight champion of the world.
This makes the films row living
shown  i'i   the  Majestic  of  the
li. I ih* be.ween WolgtUl .'t'.l MotUD
peculiarly Interesting ..*- Wells must
ni \t meet Wolgast in llu- ring.
GRAND   DANCE
Don't forget the Grand Dance
in the Mclntyre Hall tonight
from 9.30 to 12.30. Gray's
Orchestra.
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Ross and Reciprocity for Rupert
Electors thia is YOUR day.
* a * * *
Prince Rupert Expects Every Man This Day to Do His Duty.
victlons. Most of them appreciate the manifest advantages to tlu-
farmer and consumer to be found in the reciprocity pact and���-the
ballot is secret.
THE   DANGER   OF   A    LIGHT   VOTE
*****
Your duty to your Country, to your City, and to yourself
your home and your family is to return Duncan Rosa.
*****
You have heard the for and against of the great issue over
which today rages the biggest battle of the ballot ever waged
in the Great Dominion of Canada. Today YOU are in the midst
of the fight. Today YOU strike your blow hard and straight
for Reciprocity and the right policy for Prince Rupert.   Today
you vote for Duncan Ross.
*****
With two strokes of your pencil in the polling booth today
you make your choice between Duncan Ross and H. S. Clements.
You make your choice between Reciprocity and High Protection. You choose between low prices and high prices for
food.    Your vote for Duncan Ross helps your own pocket and
helps Prince Rupert prosper.
*****
Thia is the greatest issue that ever came before Canada.
It ia not a choice between Liberal and Tory, but a choice between
expansion of prosperity or restriction of prosperity. It ia a battle
between the unbiassed Canadians who want the Great Dominion
to grow, and the enslaved adherents of the Conservative protectionist party under whose policy the few fatten at the
expense of the many. No wage-earner dare vote for Clements
and increaaed coat of food.
A vote for Rosa ia a vote for Rupert. Duncan Roaa stands
firm for Reciprocity, and Reciprocity means progress and
proaperity for Prince Rupert. Duncan Roaa is no carpet-bagger,
no knocker from Vancouver. His business is based on Princ-*
Rupert's progress. He boosts Rupert because he believes in
Rupert, because he likes Rupert. WHO quit Rupert with a
wry face, and went to Vancouver to knock Rupert with ugly
epithets? NOT Duncan Ross! Ask Clements for the answer
when you have voted for Rosa and Reciprocity.
Give Duncan Ross your vote today, and give him more,
give him your voice and influence amongst your fellow citizens.
Never wag there a time when you could do more for Prince
Rupert, for your own proaperity, and the proaperity of the
Dominion than you can today. Give Duncan Ross your vote.
Do your part to help on Reciprocity. Then get busy and gather
in votes for Ross as fast as you can. Every vote counts in thia
community today.    Prince Rupert wants to return Ross with
��� majority worthy of candidate and cause.
��� * * * *
Remember the issue Reciprocity. Don't think that party
is all you need care for in thia election. Your vote today counts,
and counts high in the struggle of the purchaser who pays,
against the ring of intereata that enrich themselves at the
consumers expense. Vote for Roaa, Reciprocity, and fair prices
for food, fair profits for the producer, fair play for the consumer    yourself.
*****
Vote for Ross, and Vote Early. Don't delay becauae you have
made up your mind from the first, and want to be wheedled
a bit by Clementa juat to tease him. Get your vote in early
for Roaa and Reciprocity, and there will be even more spice
for you in the Clements canvassing. Meanwhile, do all the
canvassing you can for your own candidate. Remember
Roaa returned meant a record rise for Rupert in all that meant
the proaperity of a Pacific Coast city.
Citizens of Prince Rupert Men who have stayed with
the city and are staying with it today respect and support
a big straight man like Duncan Roaa whose good word for
Prince Rupert ia never stinted wherever he goes. Record your
vote for Rosa and Reciprocity. Both are Right for Rupert.
And remember that a vote for Clementa is a vote for Vancouver.
Revenge those calumnies of Clementa' against Prince Rupert
by refusing to vote for a quitter, a carpet-bagger, and a knocker
from Vancouver. VOTE EARLY TODAY FOR DUNCAN ROSS
AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK TILL THE POLLS CLOSE.
When vital public issues are pending there is genuine danger in
a light vote.   The stay-at-home vote is a public menace.
The people lake a long chance when they fail to go to the polls
on election day. The fact is that many evils against which the people
constantly complain owe their existence to the indifference of many
cltiuens to their political obligations; and strange as ii may seem
the very citizens who coipplain loudest are the fellow- who remain
;it home on election day.
Men who are not patriotic enough to vote when they are capable
of qualifying as voters ouglu to be stopped from any criticism of the
government, or >>f men in the public service, for if they an* nol interested
enough in government to seek tomakeit better, more efficient and mon
economical, by active participation in political contests, then ii would
seem thai they should have no voice whatever in the matter. Met
who don'l vote ought to keep quiet.
Indeed it is a question whether the state ought not to go further,
if possible, and disfranchise men who fail to vote, exccpl in cases
of sickness or absence from the sine. Men who without good excuse
fail to vote in some of the old countries are disfranchised, and if the
principle cannot be introduced into our system we should work but
gome other plan cither of penalizing the non-voter, or of inducing
or forcing men to exercise their electoral rights. Indifference ti
political obligations is as dangerous as it is discreditable, and somi
day ii is likily to lead to trouble.
Vote early Today. Forget party prejudice. Spurn
party coercion. Use your own mind for your own good and
the good of your own country, Canada, and your own City,
Prince Rupert. Vote early and vote straight for Ross, Reciprocity, and the return of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the helm of
the Dominion. He captained Canada to her present prosperity.
You can trust him.
SAVINGS TO HOUSEWIFE
PROMISED BY RECIPROCITY
Dining ihe past few years there hits been a constant cry from llu
housewives that tin- cost of living Ins been going up. Every house
keeper know-, thai for ore reason or another the expense "I maintaining
;i table has seemed t<> steadily increase. General prosperity has led
to some extravagance, and as .1 philosopher of tin- day pul it: "It is
the cost of high living rather than the high cost of living." At ilu
same lime, it would be easy to a.'tin- dozens uf daily necessities ihat an
more expensive in Canada today than they wen- ten years ago. Trad)
combinations and agreements have had not a little to do with this.
One ..f the features of the reciprocity agreement now before thi
country is ilu* reduction of duty on a number of staple articles of food,
The reduction is not large in any instance, bui tin- protest that hat
come ft.nn ilu- manufacturers of some of the items in this countrj
shows that they expect t>> have t>> m.ike a cm in price, and perhapi
lose ;i little of the large profit they have been able to exact under llu
existing tariff. Some <>f thc items affected, and ilu* tariff reductioi
made, by the reciprocity agreement with thc United States are a*
follows:
Duty Under
Article- Present Duty   Reciprocity
Cheese, pound  3c Free
Sweet potatoes, bushel              10c Free
Salmon, prepared       .10 p.c. Free
Oysters, in bulk, gallon    10c                  Free
Lobsters, fresh   25 p.c.          Free
Meats, fresh or refrigerated, lb  3c              1 1-2 c
Bacon and hams, lb  2c                1 1-4 c
Beef, salted, in barrels, Ib        2c              1 1-4 c
Pork, barrelled in brine lb  2c                 11-le
Meats, other, salted. Ib .           2c                11-le
Canned meats and canned poultry    .... 271-2 c        20 p.c.
Lard and compounds thereof    2c              11-4
Tomatoes and other vegetables ir. cans... i 1-2 c         1 1-ie
Oatmeal and rolled oats, per 100 lbs  60c              50c
Pit pared cereals .-.nl foods     25 p.c.          17 12 p.c.
Macaroni and vermicelli, II.     '11-4 c            lc
Biscuits, wafers ar.d cakes, sweetened.   .. 27 1-2 p.c.    25 p.c.
Pickles, sauces and catsup*        ... 35p.r.         32 1-2 p.c.
Sard in s, 2046 OZ. boxes         6c                   5c
Condensed milk, II.         81*4c            2c
Biscuits, without sweetenirg        26 p.c.          20 p.c.
Fruits, in airtight tins, Ib  2 1-4              ,2c
Every house keeper knows the burden of sn added few cents per
pound when counted by the week or the year. If reciprocity is adopted
the relief given will, iu no small degree, compensate for the climbing
prices of the last few years.
Under reciprocity thc consumer, as well as the producer will get a
square deal.
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REMEMBER   THE    BALLOT    IS   SECRET
The eiTuris of the provincial governmeni t<> defeat reciprocity
by machine ix.liti.-** is apparent ..II over Queen Charlotte Islsnds
and also in tlu- mainland, in Comox and In Atlin, but more especially
in tin* Skeena district.
Great activity is being displayed on ilu* construction "f roads
anil trails, and the provincial Conservative machine Is Operating
through this work to get hold nl the country voters. In little place*
where then* are only ten or a do/en voters a party worker i*- sect
to KI u ,,,,������ (,,,,.,,,,,,, ,-,���, <l( ,,u, ,,,,1,1*,. f���m|s ,|���,S(, votcn ,m.
Riven employment .luring election lime, the obviOUS inlenlion being
to .nflm-nee th.ir votes l,v this bril.e in favor of the machine candidate.
An t,i,i iime politician ones remarked that it was easy enough
to buy vmers but the Important question was whether they would
stay  bought.     They are a  fine class ol men, those pioneers on  tlu
Skeena, and can Im- trusted to vote according to their honest con.
SAWLE   ON   SALMON
Rosa Promises to Give Us Free
Fishing
To the Editor of the News. A
Conservative Pamphlet designated
.*�� Pamphlet N" 2, has been issued
over ihe signature of G. R. T.
Sawle called the "Govemmi t't .'I'd
Salmon."
Mr. Sawle is tin- paid ���ecretarj
of the Conservatlv ��� campaign committee,   ll.* i- .-l-'i a jol. printer
anil runs what he tall- (he < Iptlmlsl
Job printing establishment. He
was never known ;.. <l" any job
printing for nothing. Hi- pamphlet bears the name of th.* "Optimist  Job."    Therefore,  it   rilUSl
be  very  apparent   t"  evi ryone
that Mr. Sawle, the paid secretary, in geiiing up pamphlets
for Mr. Sawle's job printing establishment, is strictly following out
ihe   Sawle   traditions   of   nt.'king
everything pay.
Hut when Mr. S.'wle ,'ppcars
in the mle Of a critic of ihe fishing
I business he seems it.  have forgoi
I many things. He is quite at sea
I when  he  goes where  lhe  .vlmon
an*. He states ihat a monopoly
of ihe salmon mule has beet
established.. Rut he fails to state
that this monopoly is chiefly sustained by the B. C. Government
or Mr. Bowser, which is one and
du* -.mu* thing.
He ought to have been fair
enogith to state ihat it was firsi
established  by  Mr.   Bowser, and
his limiting of the canneries and
fishing licenses was in force for
a   year   and   a   half   before   the
Ottawa Government ever took a
hand in the mailer.
Everyone   knows���who  ki"i��>
anything about the salmon business- (this does not include Mr.
Sawle) that these is a joint control
over iliat business l.y the Dominion
and Provincial governments. This
i- caused by the fact that thest
two governments are in litigation
over their rights in controlling
these fisheries.    They have agreed
to leave ilu- matter to the courts
io settle antl in the meantime
both sre exercising a joint control.
In the limiting of canneries and
fishing licenses a cruel monOpci)
has been created.    The Dominion
He wast wirr.m nrniH teiiRth now, nun
he made n spring at the fawn's collar,
touched it, but could not secure his
hold, so that he only frlnhtonod the
beast, which In a few bounds reached
the Umber. Uut hero tt paused, us II'
It wns ns much afraid to go forward ns
to come back. Of course, Anstruther
followed it. Ab he reached the edge
of the brule n dry bough no thicker
than bis Utile finger, whirled out of
one of the tops and struck him across
the hntnl. The force of that blow
from so small a thing should have
warned him, but at that moment victory seemed within his grasp. The
fawn, frightened by something the
ninn neither saw nor understood, hesitated, until with a quick leap Anstru-
ther sprang In and gripped the leather
et.lliu- round Its neck.
it would be a curious thing, tho mini
thought, which would loosen his grip
now until the provoking pet wns safely
In Its mistress's keeping, and ns the
thought formed Itself in his mind
something happened.
To blm it seemed that a terrific
crnsh waB followed by lnBtant und complete darkness, accompanied by a curious sensation of numbness and a letting go of all things, all things except
that leather collar. To that he clung
Instinctively, even when everything
rose and went away from htm, feeling
and thought, wind and rain, and even
the crashing of the brule, and tho anger al Kitty Clifford's laughter.
CONTINUED ON  PAOE 4
CHAPTER VIII.
Jim to the Rescue
"Put it out of IIb misery; It's back
1b broken."
AnBtruther recognlzod Mrs. Holt's
voice, and wondered In an Idle dreamy
fashion whose back wns broken, and
whether If its buck wns broken it
would wish to be put out of Its misery.
HIb bnek wns not broken nor was he
In any misery. He wondered who was,
and turning to see was struck by a
hideous shock of pain, after,which it
was night again.
When he eame to himself he knew
that he wns dead. He knew more than
that. He was lying la his coffin; he
oould smell the new boards of It. nnd
they were nailing down the lid, but
this Btrnugt-ly enough did not worry
him n bit. Henth wns a silly painless
thing after all. very much like sleep.
How even their strokes were. There
were two of them at work, one on each
aide of him, beat, beat, beat! The
ring of their bummers wns rhythmical; rather good drenm music he
thought, but how hard they worked,
and what a lot of nailing up that coffin
required. He wished that they had
not thrown the earth in before they
nailed him down, the weight of It
above him wns so great ihat he could
net move his limbs. Aud then quite
suddenly the weight was lifted, and he
drew a great brcnth, nnd ngnln the
fierce puin enme nnd look him away
Into the cool dark where there was do
trouble.
Reckless of fulling limbs and risking,
with eyes open to their danger, a falo
similar to that of the man below them,
two of the half-breed boya of the ranch
had been swinging their axes as they
had never swuog them before, and as
the blade* bit and the white chips
flew, two pale faced women, drenched
with rain, and wild with grief and terror of the storm, pleaded with them to
work "faster, faater, for God's sake,
faster," i let., hing their feeble hands.
and, yearning for aomethlng to do
where there was nothing they could
do.
Heavens! how long the time seemed.
Surely between them they could lift
tbe tree off him now, and they strained
at a trunk, ona limb of which was too
heavy for their united strength. They
might as well have tried to lift tbe
ranch house. Those only who have
handled a Douglaa pine know what the
weight of It Is.
The Indians way was the only way.
and there waa no help but theirs,
though by some miracle Frank Anstruther lived still. The hand that poor
Kitty hold In hers was limp and cold
as a dead man's, but he was not dead
yet. Nol yet. Surely tbe men could
work more quickly. Ah, If only Jim
had been there.
At the very last the half-breeds
stopped and consulted. Those two
men. as If time was of no value, consulted and nrgued. and then one of
them went to Ihe house for a saw.
Thai was the most Insufferable five
minutes of all lo Kitty, and oven when
the saw out through, and the ends of
the log were free, the log did not rise
sn inch. Another rut had to be made,
and all thc agony of waiting endured
agt .n. Even when a six-foot length
had boon sawn out of the pine those
two imbeciles could not lift it. a log
which Jim would have carried on his
shoulders.
It was well for Anstruther that they
could not. Hut for the broken limb on
the underside which had burled Itself
many feet deep, and hold now like n
tap root. Anstruther would long sluce
have learned the great secret.
Thanks lo that bough ho was held
as In a vlre but not crushed, as a Douglas crushes what It falls upon. With
levers and bars and all the Ingenuity
of practised loggers the men at last
pried up the log sufficiently for their
purpose, and drew out their man, still
uncertain whether be was dead or
alive.
With gentle strength they unclenched the long while fingers from the
fawn's collar. Poor beast, tt at my
rate would not come In again l.om
that storm. The tree had broken Us
hack, and n merciful axe stroke had
split Its graceful head from end to end.
And yet Kitty, who at another time
���would have wept for a day over her
pet, had now no thought of It.
On a mde stretcher, Improvised by
the Chtnsman whilst the Indians
chopped, Mrs. Rolt and the throe men
carried Anstruther to the house and
laid him In the warm, fin-lit room on
the Ross's bed. and then the greatest
terror, the only one of ranch life, faced
those women. As long ns all goes
well to those who are country bred,
there Is no hardship ln the enforced
separation from the town and Its thousand and one conveniences. Every
difficulty is a Joke to be laughed at, a
fiuzile which natural Ingenuity will de-
Ight In overcoming. You can do without the shops and tha theatres, you can
hold service If you want to. and the
strong man tieedB no policeman to protect him; but tho time t nunn when
even he cannot do without the doctor,
when he would glva all that the world
holds forsqmeone who could, tell blm
%
^*y
what to do to save ono dear life.
Anstruther might be dying for aome
little help which they could have given
him if only Ihey knew what waB the
nun lor with him, but they did not
know.
There wns no broken bone that they
could find, no bleeding wound for
them t'�� staunch, nnd yet whenever
consciousness returned to him, at the
first effort to move or speak ho fainted,
nnd etith ftiltit seemed more and more
like death.
The resources of the ordinary ranch
in such eases as this are pitifully In-
adequate. As a rule the wife knowa
u little nbout tho treatment of ordinary nccldents and the simpler ailments, nnd In the house there la generally some book which professes to
be u substitute for the physician. You
have only to turn to It Id an emergency
to discover how little there is to Justify Its claims.
Mrs. Holt mad such a volume from
cover to cover, only to fall back ln
despair upon such simple remedies aa
warmth and quiet. She could only
give nature a fair chance. Probably
she could have done no better, and
hnlf thu doctor's success at least depends upon the patient's faith ln him,
but when you good folk at home hoaat
yourselves of your many colonial possessions, ln which you take only an
occasional pride and a very little serious Interest, allow something not only
for tne courage of the men who hew
out fresh dominions for you all over
the world, but something too for the
martyrdoms of women, who watch
through the long nights of lone lands,
growing old between a sun's setting
and a sun's rising, whilst all that
makes life valuable for them is fading
away under their eyeB, for want of that
which to you ts but a natural accesory
of your everyday life.
Through that long and wild night
those two women watched; whilst It
seemed to them that tbe winds clamored round the house for the prey
which had escaped them.
Towards morning, Mrs. Rolt, who
had been dozing iu a chair by the fireside asked:
"Is he sleeping now, Kitty?"
"No, be Is pretending to, but I can
see how his poor lips are pressed together. I don't believe he has slept
once since they carried him ln," aha
whispered.
"Ob, nonsense. He was sleeping
nicely through the night while I
watched."
"He was shamming, Mary, so tbat
we should not worry. Isn't It brave of
him?" and bending over her head, she
pressed her fair head upon Mra. Rolfs
shoulder to smother tthe sobs which
shook her.
Mrs. Holt's arm wound round the
girl, and drew her gently to her knee,
Boothlng her quietly, whilst a very
wistful motherly look came Into her
own steady grey eyes.
This woman had a right to know
Love when she met him, for she had
served him very faithfully, and she
knew him now.
Whatever had been her dreams for
Jim Combe she recognized that they
had only been dreams. Whether he
lived or died, the man lying there with
strained pale face, would always hold
the first place In Kitty Clifford's heart,
so her arm held up her younger sister
whilst she whispered to her, "Be brave
darling, and wc will save him tor you.
If only God would send our men home."
Hardly were the words out ot bar
mouth, when the girl sprang from her
and stood with lips parted and head
bent forward listening.
"He has, Mary," she cried. "He haa.
I can hear the beat of the hoofs."
Dut Mary Rolt, looking out into tba
blizzard, could neither hear nor see
anything.
"Not yet, dear, I am afraid, but they
cannot be more than another day
now," and her own heart failed her,
wondering whether It waa all well
with her own man.
But the great hounds, chained near
tho stables, contradicted her. First a
low growl, and then a chorus: Glory,
Lupus, and Venom, bayed their welcome as, dim and Indistinct from the
driving sleet, half a dozen horsemen
emerged and dismounted In tho corral,
antl before Mrs. Rolt could reach the
door Kitty, all her waywardness forgotten, was clinging to Jim Combe's
arm. and dragging him towards the
house.
For lhe others she had no word, not
even the Ross, but only, with wild hair
flying in the storm, she clung to ber
old friend, crying:
"Oh. Jim. Jim; you dear old Jim;
come quickly.   1 want you so badly."
And Jim fell Into his old place at
onco.
It was so natural to him to serve
this spoiled child, who always came
to him In trouble, that he forgot himself nnd answered:
"What Is 11. dear? What do you
wnnt Jim to do for you. Can't It
wait?"
"No, no, not a second. Come," and
she drew htm away from his horse,
which he would have left standing In
the storm for no other person on earth.
"Oh, Jim. he has waited so long. I
thought thai you would never come.
He's almost dead. Jim," and her sweet
mouth quivered In a way that made
blm wince.
"Who Is nearly dead?" he asked,
climbing* lhe stairs three at a time
with clanking spurs.
"Frank.   Mr. Anstruther."
Jim's face contracted bb with physical pain, but he controlled himself,
and said no word uti.il he was in the
sick man's room, where Mrs. Rolt welcomed him silently.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
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Itlll.KllS
tiVltl'S   STEAM 1SHOV-
j ELS
k     i:it FEED PUMPS
J.IST I'lI'K
fOCHBANS FEED WATER
T HEATERS
BOMCBRI MIXERS
DREDGES
QAS AND GASOLINE  ENGINES
GAS PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER  A  PLATT   TURBINE  PUMPS
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH **���***^,ESM
GRAHAM KEARNEY. AGENT
MOTOR DRIVEN TRIPLEX
PUPMS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
WORK
PILE  DRIVERS
ROCK  CRUSHERS
STRUCTURAL  STEEL
UNDERWRITER  STEAM
PUMPS
Phon* 24S
linCAV'C CARTAGE and
WOtll 0    STORAGE
C T. P. Tranafer Agents
Onl.ra i-nmuitly (Iliad.   Prices raaaonabl*.
JFFICE-H. B. Roeheilejr. Cantn SL    PhonaSS
..Whites Portland Cement...
0. C. EMM-RSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Niden Block      Second Ave
SUIVEZ LE PANACHE BLANC AUJOURDUI
"Messieurs lis clccteurs, j'arrive devant vous plein de courage
et de stele pour defendre la cause du peuple canadien tout entier.
"Je n'iii plus longtemps a vivre niais je soutiendrai la lutte
jusqu'au bout.   Quand je ne serai plus, ce sera a nics jeunes amis
d'accomplir ma tache,
"Je dis aux vieux eonune aux jeunes ce que disail Henri I\':
"Suivez mon panache blanc, vous le trouverez toujours
aur le chemin de I'honneur et dc la gloire."
"Suivez mon panache blanc;  e'est ma chevelure de 69
ans."
I     USED     TO
I usid to think the men who sold
The stock in silver nines or n<>ld
Would always use his conscience
when
He made a deal with oilier men:
Antl then whene'er  lhe Stock was
bought
You'd  find  it just as   you  forethought,
And it would yield the promised
plum.
Hut then l bought some.
I   used   lo   think   the   man   who
smiled
And slapped your hack ard spoke
so mild,
Then got B little loan from you,
By telling of his friendship true,
Was just the very one to find
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RKAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lun.-I Kor Sale
KITSUMKALUM . H   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Tin. Print). Rupert Lii-lu... No, sts. Bom of
I'.nijliiiiil. mi.,.t�� tin. Ural iii, i third Tunsiliiv* In
���soli month In ths Bom of England Hull. BU Rnd
Avt* at H p.in.
F. V. CLAItK. Bee.,
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ERNEST A. WOODS. IWilvnt, li,,* 23
W. L, BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver BroB.' Ofllce.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.1..C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin ami
Voice Culture.
2n.l Ave, ,, .        ���
Between 7th A Sth Sts.    PrinM RulM*rl
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
I,aw-Butler Building       I'hone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES IlEASONAllLK
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
OPEN UAY ANI1 NllillT
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Hritlah Columbia of U.C Ontario. Saa-
Hinl Manitoba Uura. kalchewan  antl  Al-
beru llara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Offlce- BxehaaaS block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth at i.a-i. I'rlnce Ruoert. S
HAYNER BROS.
UNDEKTAKtiltS and KMUALMERS
Funrral   I)irt*L*tors
3rd Ave. ru-ur (Uh St. Phont? No. 86
..Grand Hotel.
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Peopei.tor
When needing counsel of mankind
Or help in borrowing a bit.
But   I  once tried  it.
I used in ihink thai girls were blind
To weaknesses of male mankind,
And always anxious for advice
From men, and kept their tempers
rice
And cared for promises and thanks
Far more than goods ard party
pranks,
And never strove to rule or lead.
But now I'm married.
Hotel Central SS-ftto
European and American plan, atcain
in-.it,si. modern convenience*. Hat*.
si.."' to t2.SU per day. :
Peter Black
Proprietor
Henry Peterson, a Finlander, has
committed suicide at Rossland
In cutting his throat. He had been
dtinkir.g heavily.
Reciprocity is the one and only
issue in this election campaign.
And reciprocity is a straight
business issue and must be discussed as such.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
Olllce: 3rd Ave.
I'hone 174 2nd Ave. bet.
Workahop:
th and all, Sta.
ii w. j. McCutcheon ;
, ,   Carrie* complete stock of Druss.   Spirit)
< ,     Attention paid to (Wing prescriptions.
.! Theatre Block phone no. to Second Are.
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown ami Brititfe Work a Specialty.
AH denUl operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local anasthetics administered for the painless ax-
traction of ti-eth. Consultation free. Office s :
Helirerson Hlock. Prince Rupert, 11-12
Alex.M.Manson D.A.,
W   K WilliHllia.il  ....
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WILLIAMS
&   MANSON
Barristers,
Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert,
B.C
P. O. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
1*1*1*11. OK WU. FOXON*.  ESQ.. A.R.A.M.,  ll'N.. KSII
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th SU
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Gasoline Launches. *%����
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frant Wllciek. Paris and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
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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
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New Hazelton Townsite, Sec. 1
Now being offered for sale la Not a
Grand Trunk Pacific Promotion
Townsite. NEW HAZELTON Town-
site was selected by the expert9 ot
a syndicate of successful men as the
geographical location for a big city.
They bought the land, realizing the
wonderful resources of the Hazelton
District, the Mines, the Distributing
Centre for hundreds 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 King, Erie Babine. Most of
the ore in NEW HAZELTON mines
is high grade Silver-Lead, similar to
ore in the Slocan District in East
Kootenay, B. C, and similar to some
ores found at Lentlville, Col.
BUY A LOT
Prince Rupert for Sale of lots
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
2nd Ave., between 5th snd 6th Streets
HAVE YOU CONFIDENCE OF
MERCHANTS ON THE GROUND?
Many lots already purchased by
the keenest business men of Hazelton (Old Town). You can safely
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 sensational
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 are 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
MADE  IN TOWNS WITH THE
Right Kind of Country,  Right
Kind of Resources,  Right Kind of *
People, will surely be big paying    -.      si     It       R P
inve.stments.   This is the town at    ��CW HtlZellOl., D.V.
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 Dollars
Invested by a few Business Men before
thc Lots were offered for sale. NEW
HAZELTON is a Business Mini's
Townsite. All the 0. T. P. nnd Local
History was carefully considered. The
Engineer's Reports as to grades, opportunities for side trucks necessary
to handle the thousands of freight
care were examined. Then they invested in NEW HAZELTON. They
paid in Cash for NEW HAZELTON
and nearby Lands over Two Hundred
���nd Fifty Thousand Dollars.
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 and coal that will be shipped
from the mines in thc Hazelton District.
Thc story of NEW HAZELTON is
well known to the public. It ia a
Townsite being offered to the public
by successful business men. There ia
positively no Railroad Company or
Townsite Promoter financially interested in the land. The owners
huve undertaken to make NEW HAZELTON a city of importance in British
Columbia. NEW HAZELTON promises to be the most profitable city
to thc Grnnd Trunk Pacific along its
main lines.
Offices of Foley, Welch & Stewart,
contractors 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 homes in NEW HAZELTON, Section One.
NEW HAZELTON located on the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad is attracting thc attention ot thc whole
world, as nil important towns do on
the main line of thc Grnnd Trunk
Pacific Railroad.
$10 DOWN AND $10 A MONTH
BUYS A LOT
-ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO:
Northern Interior Land Company, Limited
Prince Rupert, B. C.
P.O. Box 1515
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ototO,olr-,n,( .{*������- THE DAILY -NEWS
ROSS OVATION
LAST NIGHT
(Continued from page one)
George R. T. Sawle's yellow pamph
let is the worst knocking Prince
Rupert ever experienced, and if
G. R. T. Sawle was not hired l>y
a vote catching combine from
Vancouver, lie would never have
written it.
"W'h.u 1 see in reciprocity above
everything else is ihis: that reciprocity means (or Ni .then liriti*-h
Columbia a population of ten 10
twenty thousand white fishermen
located here free to conduct their
business as they wish to, ami to
locate where they please. (Cheers).
"If we can get enough of those
while fishermen here, as we will
miller reciprocity, they'll take care
of the Oriental question themselves.   (Loud applause).
City Needs More Feeders
"It doesn't matter a jot whether
the coming hot of fishermen locate
in communities���at Port Simpson,
Masset. Naden Harbor or Queen
Charlotte. The more little towns
we have on the Pacific Coast the
more feeders we have for Prince
Rupert, their central point, and
lhat is what you want.   (Cheer*-).
"Prince Rupert is bound to
become the greatest fishing centre
on the Pacific Coast. (Tremendous
applause).
"I am asked if the cost of
living being reduced will affect
the rate of wages similarly. Has
the increase in the cost of food
been followed by an increase in
wages in your experience? The
only way to have good wages
is to have plenty of work and
strong co-operation amongst the
workers will keep the wages question right.   (Loud applause').
"Tonight we stand in the forefront of the battle with our opponents  ranaged  behind  a  Vancouver   candidate   supported   by
a Vancouver >)H'aker.   When you
go to the ���tolls tomorrow remember   that   if   you   vote   for   reciprocity you are voting not only
for the prosperity of  Prince  Rupert,   not   merely   to   take   the
taxes off your food, not only to
secure vast fishing trade for Rupert, but also for the continuance
of   the  leadership  for   the   Dominion of Canada of that grcat good
Sta teaman,   Sir   Wilfrid    Laurier,
under    whose    wise    progressive
guidance   Canada   has   so   mag
nificeiitly  prospered  in   the  past
In  voting for rcciprociiy to-mor
row   you   will   be   following   his
white plume on to victory."
Loud and prolonged applause
greeted    the   conclusion   of    Mr.
Ri.*--'-   -pivi-h.
POLLS CLOSE AT 5 P.M.
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.
ROSS MEETING
LAST NIGHT
For Rent���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only; over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store. -H. S. Wallace. tf
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.
P8.-llou.va and Rental*.
Campaign Shots by Popular Champions of
Reciprocity
Standing room only in the Empress Theatre last night to greei
Mr. Duncan Ross on the eve of
election day. By scores the throng
gathered ���ladies filling the front
seats���men overflowing the hall to
the very street doors.
Inspiring legends adorned thc
walls���"Prince Rupert Wants that
Fish Trade." "The Alaska Trade
for Prince Ruperl," "Ross and
Reciprocity for Riqiert," "Take
the Taxes off Vour Grub." "Laurier and Larger Market*"���wen-
all intensely popular.
Tremendous excitement was occasioned after the preliminary display of pictures by a series of
terse election shots and cartoons
thrown on the screen.
Got Clements' Goat
"Clements, we have got your
goat," said one���and sure enough,
on the stage was ihe jh.-H and head
of a newly caught goal which was
hailed with terrific delight the
instant the curtain rose���"Yes.
that's Clements' goat sure." remarked Chairman Tom Dunn as
he rose to open lhe tneeiing.
"Vote for Duncan Ross and
Rcciprociiy!" aroused with tremendous vigor the cry of "We
will; you bet," and prepared tlu*
way for the rise of thc curtain
and the volleys of applause thai
greeted the sight of Duncan Ros*.,
sealed rent rally amongsi hi- supporters, with Clements' captured
and dead goal in the foreground.
The Meeting Opened
"I intended to tell you in the
greatest speech ever made," said
Tom Dunn, "what you were going
to save on fish, what you wire
going to save on fruit, what you
were going to save on vegetables
and what you were going to save
on Ix-ans���with a 80 cent per
mshel duty on them! (Cheers
and laughter).
Scores the Mayor
"I am going to tell you aboul
Mr. Manson, thai great speaker
who i- going about this constituency making speeches while
In* i- neglecting his duty i<�� Prlr.cc
Rupert. (Wild applause and Ik*o-
Ing fur M.tnsor).
"Mr.   Manson  haa  been  going
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL
round   this constituency  holding
tin* big stick over electors who
have not  yet secured their crown
grants���threatening them.   That's
ilu*   way   this   election   is   being
worked by the Conservatives.
"If you are giving your votes
10 Mr. Clements you are not
representing Prince Rupert or
Comox-Atlin at all al Ottawa, but
Vancouver, which wants double
representation'.1
Patmore on  Food Taxes
"The question simply is this:
Are we going lo sU'fd lor a
tariff on food���a lax on our food?"
said L. W. Patmore lasi night.
Cries of "No!" ard cheers were the
reply.
Reason for Reciprocity
"Where do ihe C. P. R. and
G. T. P. boats take on their
provisions?" asked Mr. Patmore.
"At Seattle!" replied the audience,
"1 know something about Infant
Industries���I have quite a thriving
one myself on the hill. (Laughter).
That Yellow Streak
"Mr. Sawle chose the righi
color for his pamphlet- iis got
the yellow streak in il from end
10 end. I j
does  ���
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LOOKING   OVER���
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Help Wanted
1
Wantetl R-eneral acrvnnt. twu ai*rviint irlrl* ke|it.
Apply to Mra. L. W. Patmore. ' iul-tt
Wanted bright boy for Ntwl Stitnil. Ono UvlnB*
at home preferred. Apply Canada Railway
Newa Co., G.T.P. Dex'K. or Flat li. Clapp Bids*.
Wanted woman to cock ami take care of two
children. German woman preferred. State
wuK.-a expected and apply St 7:1 Sth Ave.        tf
���|��.-a_.a-
For Rent
_l
Furnlahed rooma with lath.
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Special ratea by
166- tf
Neatly Furnlahed roonw. gentlemen preferred.���
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre.     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooms. Mr
Bloek; Third Ave.
t'.reenwood. Alder
118-ti
For Kent -Furnished roomt. Hot and cold water
with bathi Digby Rooms, tith Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Itent - Sims of Engl:
Duncea. Fraternal So.-
Frank A Ellia. Box -
ml Hall. S19 2nd*Ave.. for
���ties, Socials, etc. Apply
or phone 68. lus-tf
S**x mm*
For Sale
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Household Furniture. Apply Rev. T. C. Dea-
Barrea. Corner Fourth Ave. and Green St.   21
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. I Storey houae. hoti.e-
hold good.. Near Prinoe Kupert. A anap tf
taken at once.   Address Box 868.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
*~������^cr^A,,
pOOD   PRINTlNp '
Is a Persistent "Influence" Exert-    ^^
ed  in Your Behalf)
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou mtik. < "So.
Kind of an Impression."    Poor printing will laavo a Door   !'!'
pression of its user as surely as would poor cloth,.. ,,,- ,���. '"
store or shop or offlce.    "Good " printing will leave un'oi ',,.',-
mind an impression wholly favorable of ita user.
Even if but one in a thousand of these "Impressions " really th a
.rrli.rij   fnawiii ll rl.aj   r��_i   :      "*.
the scales for business, for orders, for you
will have thus paid for itself I
Good pr
riiitie.ic ���
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE TUB "NEWS JOB"
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Acemie
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SAWLE ON SALMON
(Continued from Page two)
Government has signified its willing
i-ess to relax this monopoly.    But
ti | Mr.  Bowser has emphatically re-
*****)] fused   to  do  so.     He  is  a  large
Insurance
tftasatmsmmi Insert   to  do  so.     He  is  a  lar
l  cannery owner.
||    Mr. Sawle says in  large  ty;
pe
that  a white man cannot get
���ettlomehta.   We writ* every'known claaa of   -   l*-.,-,,^  .��� *.*,*  Ralmnn        This
le Mack ILally and In.urance Co. | a HCMlSe IO n��  Salmon.        I ill
"Any lish company which
Prii
i't*
Ru|H*rt
not   establish   at
will lose iis trade.
Empire  Butted  In
"Shame >>it Mr. Sawle for insinuating that Inspector Williams
was not straight and for Iii���
attack on Mr. Robert Kelly."
saiid Mr. Patmore.
"Excuse me, Mr. Sawle gave -.In*
f.-.cis just as they happened ard
wire reported in tne Empire,"
interrupted the  Empire rtiMirur
who   has   a.   nack   ol   buttil g   i
excitedly.
Mr. Patmore gave thc exact
statement of what t>��>k plac< ii
court regarding Mr. Kelly's nets.
"That's not so," exclaimed the
Empire man.
"Excuse me, I was solicitor f<>r
the prosecution, and I know."
returned Mr. Patmore and the
Empire reporter had no more to
ny.
"Wc want a market of 100,000,-
000 people." continued Mr. IVi-
more. "After tomorrow we ari
going to have them." (Loud
applause).
OUR Companies are n ���> -I for prompt and juat
MMtlemenu.   W
Insurance. The
,_,_^ | is very true, but he knows very
jlw3ll that the reason is because
| j Mr. Bowser will not give it to him.
"*"*! Mr. Ross at a large meeting in
the   Opera   House   here,   stated
Wanted
Wnntr*.. - Hand  Uumlcrinir.     Prlcw modrrat*.
261 Thtnl Avenue, nrar News office. tf
Wanted ******** 100 feet law,   Inquire at the Atlin I IllOSt   emphatically   (ill   ailSWCT   tO
Construction Co., Seal Cove, or Phone 220    tf
Wanted.��� Cleaning and , ������ *n��*. dretimaktnr,
plain aowinjr. children'* ������*.-. repairing,and al-
t��*ratinnt���Men*' and l.*li<*-V irarraentf. Canadian
I'lraninir and Prraiir.* shop. s_tt Third Avenue*.
1!   ���!..  .'l K.-i tf
* A
iLost and Found
**** H'*l%ii*��-.iil**-,lie>_ii *^li-efc.il *^H ***m*r*m*\*
1..-I   I.siiin  wiU'hi'.  bracelet
turning to Newt c4fic*.
Reward bv t
if
LOST-An unstamped letter addressed to Gort
tft u. *.-.,- .-. Victoria, B.C. Also a letter from
I*aml Dept. to the undersigned. Reward by returning to J. F. Fullrrton. GXP. It.n.
RAW DEAL FOR
LABOR MAN
Mayor Manson Left the Chair
at Clements Meeting to Hustle Robert Gosden, an Invited Speaker, from the Platform.
Some commotion occurred at the
Clements meeting in Mclntyre
Hall last night, owing lo ope of
llu*    Invited    t*|H*;'kirs   expressing
sentiments not in secord with what
the Vancouver candidate has Ih-ip
laying  lo  ih.* electors during his
MAJESTIC
THEATRE
Special - Attraction
TO-NIGHT
Original
WOLGAST-MORAN
fight pictures, showing
every blow and action
in desperate and fiercely fought contest :   :
General Admission 25c
Commencing 7 p.m.
a large peiiiion) that he would
do his inmost to see that any
white man could get a license
to fish and to sell his fish in
any market that he wished.
Can Mr. Clements say (he same,
.������rd can he promise for Mr.
Bowser what Mr. Ross has promised faithfully t�� do/
The cannery mont.|H.ly will be
broken just ;*s soon as Bowser
wills it and r.o sooner, or as soon
ns he is lircd out of oflice and
������ righ.i mis m.mi pm in his place.
A vote for Ross is a vote for
free lishirg, and the destruction
of the cannery monopoly in
Northern Briiish Columbia.
"A ROSS VOTER"
No Clements Backers
Hazelton, Sept. 20.���(Special to
News)���Meeting here tonight
strongly endorsed Ross. Four
thousand dollars on Ross still
uitakcn.���S. Stuart, secret-try; J.
Marsh treasurer.
.Are Your Valuables Safe?
Insure their protection by renting a safe deposit
box in our vault. By so doing you need have no
fear of fire or thieves. Call in today and inspect
our vault and the protection provided
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
PIGS! PIGS! PIGS!
FOR SALE
50 of them 3 months
old $6.50 to $7.00 . .
A. C. UTILE
At Little', New, Stand.      Centre Si.
FEED STORE
We carry everything* In the feed line, alao gar-
den aeeda al the loweal market pnrr.. at Collart'a
��� -la- l'< ..I Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phone, 41 or 301
The Big Furniture Store
HART BLOCK
Main entrance 2nd Ave.; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
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ITS    THE   EARLY   VOTE    THAT   HELPS
First:   VOTE.
Second:   VOTE EARLY.
Third:   VOTE FOR  DUNCAN ROSS.
If you have a vote use it. You can have your principles carried into effect in
the nation's government if you use your franchise. Unless you vote, how can your
principles tell?
Record your vote as early as possible in order that the energies of your own candidate's supporters may concentrate where they will be most effective. Help those
who are helping the cause you support. Let them know you have voted. Then get your
friends to vote early too.
Give your support to Duncan Ross because he is strong and straight for Reciprocity
���nd for the prosperity of Prince Rupert. Reciprocity is right for Rupert, or Duncan
Ross would never naU you to support the measure. Duncan Ross has his interests
in Prince Rupert. He likes the city. He boosts the city wherever he goes. Not only
doea Mr.^Uments represent a policy which would rob you through your food bill,
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ut Mr. Clementa   intereata are in Vancouver and Mr. Clementa is an enemy and a
knocker of Prince Rupert.
VOTE: VOTE EARLY: VOTE FOR ROSS
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Notice
Hotlcp la hereby riven that <*,*nrg* II. Almon
i. n<> longer In our employ and natron, are warn-
est t>. nay nn money to him on our account, nor
will w* u- r. a|.on.itilr lor bill, contract-eel by him
In our name.
MUSSALLEM A CO.
Sept. jnth. 1911.
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AND RECIPROCITY.
campaign. The speaker was Robert Gosden, and after soiin.' introductory remarks which caught
live attention of the audience
and wire applauded, he went on
to sj.ei'k of the benefits of reciprocity from a labor man's point
of vine.
The applause this time was
mingled with hisses and howls
Snd Mayor Manson, who was
atlii-g ps chairman- arose from
Ilis seal aid taking Mr. (iosden
l.y the arm showed him the way
off the platform.  There was s<>mi
objection tO ihis among the working men who shouted lo let him
alone, that he was talking gootl
���ense, and so OB, Mr. (iosden
made no resistance.
He saiil after the meeting that
Mr. Sawle, secretary of the Con-
lervativa committee, asked him
to speak, saying thai In* heard a
working man was go{| g ���,, speak
al the Ross meeting nnd the
Conservative parly desired one
to speak at the Clementa meeting.
FRED. STORK
General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
Windsor Hotel
FIR8T AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Fumiihed and
Steam Mealed Room*
A  FIRST   CI.AS8 BAR   AND   DININO
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES GO CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
W. H. Wright Prsp       P.O. not 17
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BOYS!
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boy a. See Mr. Munroe at
the Newa offlce.
Wark's Closing
Jewelry Sale
THURSDAY SPECIALS
Three Only, $6.00 Kitchen
Clocks 12.90
Three Only, $12.50 Mantle
Clocks  $6.25
Dozens of Other Clocks at
One-half Price.
See the bargains in the West
Window today. Your choice
for $2.50
FOR  SALE
One lot, Block 22, Seel Ion    i
Avenue.   Price $800.   1400
One lot,  Block  7,  Sect*.*:   *    '< ���"-
Avenue, Harbor View.   I'r.���> -'.'���'
Two lots, Block 24, Sect inn *
Avenue.   Price $300 each,   iov eul
balance $25 per month.
Two lou, Block 24, Section v
Avenue.    Price  $600  pair, one**
cash. ,.....
Two lots. Block 51, Sectioi
Street.   Price $175 each. $1
One  lot,  Block  7,  Bectkii   *. Ti-ntl
Avenue.   Price $300, I ���
Two lots, Block 38. Bed
Street.   Price $500 pair -
One lot, Block  1, BsetioB *.    \:.?
corner. Eleventh Avenue.   Price H'*
$300 caah.
HOUSE   FOR   SALE
Four-room house, plastered.; -,'',e*'JJ
harbor   view   in   city.   ���     Am���
Avenue.    Price $1837.    I .-!��� '**���
balance $30 per month.
FOR  RENT
Offices and stores on Seoontl *���**���� �����
Sixth Street.    Price-. *****.
month. .j
Nicely furnished flat, four
bath,   hot   and   cold   ��
Fulton   and   Sixth   k**    *     ,T"
$50 per month.
LAND FOR SALr
6 and 10 acres for garden I r ���������Ki��. ���
Kitsumkalum.   Price 986 '
10-acre tracts garden tru.'i. '    ���   ���""
selas.   Price $50 per arr.*-    t-"*���������
FOR  LEASE
Three lot- on Third A-*.
business section, lev.l. I        '
LOTS   IN   NEW   HAZI.TON
$10 cash and $10 per month
homesite.
Jeremiah H. Kugler. Ltd.
C. B. WARK & CO.
Third A..nu*
���HOUR S01 r.o. SOI SM
PONY EXPRESS
STSTSaUTIC MKHCRANTS' DtUVIMT SKRVliT
Baatras*. Slenaar* and Fin-warding AsenU.   For
Rl-ee or Motor Car day or o I a lit
Setrenth Are. and Fulton Phone SOI
F. M. DAVIS M5
General Machine Shop am! Ship*
Carpentering. AlsoBRent!- forrsn"
banks-Morse and Kno\ Gtvo***
Engines. Gasoline Engim - ���"���rtr
ceasories carried in stock.
Laweke, **4 Boat, foe Hk.   N.E -*nd <���_[_* *
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER.   P��l
The New Knoa Hotel la nia on ��
I
mprovemtnt*.
FIRST AVENUE. PRIM ������ n[^l
For row boats antl launchj
telephone   320  green.     lM
Boat House.

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