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 THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
���Inly 28.
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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II,  NO. 171
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, July 31, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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iTHE FLAGSHIP NIOBE IS
WRECKED OFF CAPE SABLE
I Struck on a Rock in a Gale Last Night ��� Two Boats
With Crew are Missing���Big Liner is Standing
by to Give Assistance���Great Gale
Raging on Coast
[Canadian Press Despatch)
Easl Port, Maine, July 81.���The
| Canadian cruiser Niobe, ihe flagship uf  Canada's  new   navy   is
���piled up on the rocks off Cape
���Sable, Nova Scotia, in an extremely dangerous  position.    A  great
���gale is  raging  on   ihe  Atlantic
coast, and it is feared that the
vessel may become a total wreck.
Struck at Midnight
The vessel struck the rocks at
htidnight   last   night   during   the
Lalt*.     Her   starboard   side   was
���smashed by the rocks, and water
flooded her engine room, and the
latesl  reports  stale  that   she  is
|t.ikiiig water fore and aft.
Aid Called For
In response to the vessel's wire
ta*. messages asking for aid, sev-
ii-ral Steamers from Halifax and St.
Ijiilin hurried to her assistance.   A
liig trans-Atlantic liner, name as
i.i unknown also responded- and
lis standing by the helpless cruiser.
Two Boats Missing
Owing to the precarious position
f  the   cruiser,   the   crew   were
ordered to take to the boats.
Many of these readied the vessels
in the neighborhood, but two
boats'  crews  have not  yet   been
reported. They were carried away
by the tide to a position where
they could not be followed, and
were unable to regain their vessel.
Il is expected thai they will reach
shore safely, and all lhe coast
lighthouses have been warned to
keep a lookout for them.
Gale is High
All along the Nova Scotian coasl
today the gale is reported to In-
very severe, and it is diflicult for
vessels lo approach near the stranded cruiser.
GERMANY'SJLUFF IS CALLED
[Canadian Press Despatch]
London. July 31---The Moroccan crisis is practically ended.
At least this is the opinion of the English public, although the
foreign papers carefully point out that the negotiations which are
now simple, may drag for months.
Germany according to the British view made a bluff, which
being promptly called, she is now preparing to withdraw.
Soiled  Doves
Two ladies from Comox region,
to wit, May Adams and Gipsy
Hamilton were docked liefore Uie
Squire in police court this morning
on a charge of keepi g the reverse
from a sai'.ctificd hone. The
police raided the two houses c.rly
this morning.
ITORIES SEE
DEFEAT IN VIEW
I Their Party Leaders Have Made
Crave Mistakes -Bridges Bur
ned Before Them.
i Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 31.���News of the
dissolution of Parliament and the
announcement  of  election   date
"ii Saturday did not arouse any
���enthusiasm in the opposition camp.
I Despite the eagerness of the ob-
RTUctionlstt to force the election
"ti reciprocity issues it has been
Ml open secret that a considerable
Inumber of Borden's followers be-
li.'vr a tactical mistake has lieen
made and that on ihat issue  they
in tluonii'il io helpless defeat, but
I*' Was realized that the party had
Iburned  its  bridges  and   will   be
I forced in make lhe best of the
pit".t.inn  although  many  admit
li.it die most they can hope for
' tn nit down the Coven.menCs
|majority  sufficiently   to  compel
Mother election next year.    The
���"'V'ttiini-iit's  plan   is   to  call  a
������'w Parliament together early in
October. When i. will lie opt-ed
by the Duke of Com . tight and be
a short session ix.ra for prating
reciprocity and votirg supplies
for the b. I: ce of .lie c.iriXiil fiscal
year.
TO SETTLE STRIKE
Miners at Fernie are Taking a
Vote to Accept a Settlement
(Canadian Press |)is|vaicli)
Ferric,  July  31.���The  miners
start   taking   a   vole   today   on
accepting lhe majority report of
the Board of Conciliation following
its acceptance by the operators
today. This allows or a higher
sc;ile of wages bill an Open shop.
Sniff  Yacht  Has  Wireless
With a halo round her gunwales
the SnilT Yacht left for the open
sea on Saturday in charge of the
commodore. When Digby laland
winliss station reported her sin
was making good lime and was
carrying a full cargo. She was
reported inward today minus the
halo.
BEAR HAD A GOOD TIME
UP THEjNLET YESTERDAY
I Stood on the Bank and Shook His Sides When May
Roberts,  Lillian St. John and Victor Gillard
Went Through Performance -Bear
Surprised Launch Party
was the better.
Lillian St. John, that cute little
actress who wears bangs and picture hols gave an exhibition of
real dramatic intensity when *-he
implored Captain Flitl from lhe
dick of the Phippen not to shoot
the "poor dear bear."
Miss May Roberta refused t��
|| .   Victor Onllard,  her  husband.
do anything so ran and risky as
,o go hunting bear.    "It mltflt be
.������II right for Teddy Roosevelt
but not for you," she asid. Some
said it was like a scene from "The
Judge and the Girl.
Arthur C. Fox wanted everybody  lo  know  that   he  was  an
The trail is marked with rem-
"���ll,K "f silk stockings. Here and
'"''������' shreds of precty while petti'
"pats Can bcTieen decorating the
11,1  undergrowth in thc bush.
"alrpine and   odd   fragments  of
""l- decorate the lo* brr -dies
"' '"'���-���   But the bear go; r.Wl.y.
'twas im unrehearsed ret s.rgad
wlthoui premeditation by iln* May
l<"1""- theatrical company and
��� '��* Wends yesterday afternoon.
���nero was one ad with two
Kcncs,
Sl""' 1 was on tht click of thi
,'.'���* -^ippen, in charge of Captain
���jcorge Frltj,
S""''   II   was  in   the  bush   a
251" mile in from Tuck's Inlet.
I"m""* differ as to which scene
CONTINUED ON PAOB 4
SEATTLE GETS
MURDER MYSTERY
Passenger Kills a Taxicab Driver
When He Started to Race-
Then He Escaped.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, July 31.���Joseph Taro,
a tnxicali driver, was shot and
killed last night by an unknown
passenger in his car who lircd at
him live times as he started to
race past another car at Twenty*
ninth avenue and Cherry street.
.*\fter killing his driver the passenger leaped from the automobile
and disappeared in the darkness.
INQUEST TONIGHT
Jury  Viewed   Body  of  George
Lichtenauer   on   Saturday
After viewing the body on Hay-
ner Brothers' morgue on Staurday
afternoon the jury cinp;ncllcd lo
inquire into the circumstances surrounding lhe' death of George
Lichtenauer, the old crab man
who was found dead near his
shack on Friday morning, adjourned to nieel again tonight
ai 7.30 in the police court.
A post-mortem examination was
held on Sal unlay by Dr. Eggert
ar.d the result of the examination
will be told to the jury tonight
when the doctor gives his evidence.
Government   Agent   McMullin
will act as coroner and lhe jurors
are: Peter Black, G. C. Emmereon,
Ntima Demers. J. MeKac. G. W.
Nickerson ami J. J. Sloan.
To watch The News want ads
is to refuse lo Ik* "tied" to an
unsatisfactory boarding place.
BASEBALL SCORES,
Northwestern League
Portland 0, Vancouver 0.
Victoria 13, Seattle 3.
Tacoma 7, Spokane 0.
American League
Washington 7, Cleveland 1.
Philadelphia 11, Detroit 3.
St. Louis 0, Boston 5.
Chicago 10, New York 2.
National League
Brooklyn 9, Cincinnati 2.
Philadelphia 4, Chicagoc 3.
New York 8, St. Louis 0.
Pittsburg 17, Boston 12.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 1, Portland 0.
Oakland 3, 'Frisco 2.
Sacramento 3, Vernon 2.
Went South Today
Almul 100 passengers went south
on ihe_S.S. Prince George this
morning among whom were Mrs.
M. P. McCaffery, Miss Maud
Smith who has been visiting relatives here, and Mr. R. A. Mc-
Mordie.
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.*
May Roberts & Co. in Vaudeville
to-night. Curtain rises at '.. o'clock
���harp.
PHOENIX THEATRE, Second Ave.,
"Land of the Sunset Sea," being
wonderful pictures of Pacific Northwest.   To-night curtain rises 8.30.
CITY COUNCIL in City Hall, Centre
street, 8 p.m. to-night.
INQUEST on death of George Lichtenauer in Police court to night 7.30.
LACROSSE GAME
WAS A HOT ONE
Westminster After Tieing with
Vancouver all along Went to
Pieces on the Last Five Minutes.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 13.���The lacrosse game on Saturday was one
of the most exciting ever held
here. Five minutes after the
last quarter started Vancouver
and Westminster were tied wiih
six goals each. Then a furious
fusilade Btarted at the Westminster goal which resulted in Vancouver scoring five goals, giving
them the game by 11 to 0 in the
last five minutes.
CANADA   WINS
Toronto Oarsmen Capture Trophies at the Snratoga|Regatta
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 31.���The Canadians again won a big share of
the events in the Saragota regalia
on Saturday. The Argonauts of
Toronto, captured ihe intermediate eight-oared shells by a length
and three quarters. Butler of
Toronto, won ihe senior quarter
mile dash and the single sculls.
MR. ROOSEVELT EXPECTED
WITH HUNTING PARTY
Will Travel by ss. Port Simpson to Telegraph Creek at
Head of Stikine River Navigation���Party includes
English Peer and Wife, With Wealthy
Americans
Ex-President Theodore Roosevelt is expected to arrive at Telegraph Creek ihe head of navigation on the Stikine River, by the
Hudson Bay S.S. Port Simpson
from Wrangell, Alaska. Mr.
Roosevelt is heading a large hunting party including an English
Peer and his Lady, and a number
of wealthy Americans. The party
numbers fifteen or twenty-five with
attendants. Preparations are being
made at Telegraph Creek by Mr.
Galbraith who fits out pack trains
and hunting parties there, lo siart
the party on the arrival of lhe
Port Simpson.
Travel From States
This morning it was not definitely known by which boat
Mr. Roosevelt's party would reach
Wrangell, but the Port Simpson
will be there to connect with
the American steamers. It is
thought that the party will travel
from Seattle.  Accommodation on
tin* Port Simpson is ample for the
party, and she is one of the fastest
district. She left at two p.m.
today on her way to Wrangell and
the Silkiiu*.
Great Hunting Country
Those who are acquainted with
lhe Stikine District say ihat it
is one of the finest hunting areas
in Northern B. C. just such as
might tempt a hunter of the
world wide experience of Theodore
Roosevelt. The Stikine Country
except for the enterprise of a few
pioneer hunters has been left undisturbed as compared With other
fields for hunting. Men just arrived in Rupert from there who
know of the preparations made
for Mr. Roosevelt's arrival, say
that the place is a regular happy-
hunt ing ground for wild goat, and
that it is a firs! rate bear country.
All the other kinds of game enticing to the keen hunter may Ik*
found there. In |iarts ihe district
is craggy and covered with thick
bush, but there are line stretches
of very promising land for settlements  towards  the  head  of   the
light draught river boats in the I Stikine River.
Write to the Old  Folks
Tin* S.S. City of Seattle will g<>
south tomorrow afternoon and will
carry mail and passengers.
Pantorium Pionnr Cleaners, 'Phone4.
Keep Your Eye Open
Watch for the great furniture
s;i|e at  G,  D. Tile's store, Third
avenue, tomorrow.   'Phone 20.
PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
ELECTION ON SEPTEMBER 21
When Conservatives Refused to Go to a Vote on the Reciprocity
Question, Sir Wilfrid Laurier Ended the Deadlock by Dissolving Parliament���Quick Move Took Opposition
by Surprise-Campaigning to Start Next Week
WAR CLOUD LIFTED
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Eng., July 31.   With
the announcement that France
will compensate Germany for
evacuation of Agadir by a readjustment  of  the  sphere  of
influence   in   the   Congo   and
elsewhere,  the war cloud  has
been lifted for the time being.
Great  Britain,  however, must
be   consulted   respecting   any
arrangement  that  is  reached,
and should the proposed agreement   not   be   satisfactory   to
London, the situation will resume  the strained  conditions
of the last few days.
FIRE AT VICTORIA
(Canadian Press Despnlch)
Victoria! July 81.���A fin- broke
out on Sunday morning at three
O'clock ;u the Taylor Lumber
Mills and a general alarm w-as
rung in. Oilier lires broke out in
the vicinity of ,hc mill. Prompi
measures were taken to get the
fires subdued.
THEY BURIED
OLD MEMBER
George   Lichtenauer   Honored
by Brother Eagles
Over in pretty Garden Island
the Ixxly of George Liclhenauer
who was found dead iu a |m*oI
outside his shack on Thursday
was laid to rest yesterday afternoon.
Being a member of ihe Fraternal
Order of Eagles the funeral wns
conducted by local members of
lhe order and quite a large mini-
Ixt turned out to pay their last
respects. Several German friends
also attended the funeral.
The services were conducted by
Dr. Siocum and Brother Ben
Self and the pallbearers were:
Louis Sweder, II. ('���. Ross. Oscar
W.illiii, Ben Self. George Jameson ami P. Ci.ntovich.
Hayner Broihers had charge
of the funeral arrangements and
carried them through excellently.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 31.���The eleventh
Parliament of Canada passed out
of existence on Saturday night.
The end came very unexpectedly
following the refusal of ihe Conservatives  lo end   the debate on
reciprocity,  in  order  to  allow   a
vole lo be taken on the subject.
Refused to End Debate
The refusal of the consent to
end ' the debate was laken by
Sir Wilfrid Laurier to mean that
the Opposition were intent on
keeping up 'he policy of obstruction, and thai no purpose was lo
be served by prolonging ihe Parliament.
Accordingly it was decided by
the Cabinet that an Immediate
dissolution be asked for.
Announced by Fielding
The   announcement was made
by Hon. Mr. Fielding, who also
gave the date of September 21s1
as the polling day, wiih nominations a week earlier.
The  announcement   took   the
Opposition by surprise, for they
did not expect dissolution for
another week.
A New Record
This Wiis the first lime on record
that a Canadian Parliament has
been dissolved without the appearance in state of the Govcrnor-
(iencral. It was all very formal
and   business   like.     An   active
campaign throughout the Dominion, wiih reciprocity as the issue
will bt* begun next week.
The late Parliament Was elected
on   October  20th,   1908,     It   was
tin* eleventh Parliament of Canada, ami the fourth over which
Sir Wilfrid   Laurier  has presided
in succession in his fifteen years
as Premier of Canada.
McBRIDE IS AFRAID TO
TAKE ELECTION CHANCES
Borden and Perley Implore Him to Run in West   Gave
No Assurance- Resorts to Subterfuge and
Offers Bowser as a Sacrifice on
Party Altar
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 31.���--After a three
hour interview with K. L. Borden,
Your Chance Now
Now is the time to furnish your
home,   G. D, Tito's great August
furniture sale commences tomorrow.    Mr. Tile is going to clear
out  a  large  part   of  his  present
stock at ridiculously low prices.
'Phone 20.
leader of ihe Conservative party,
Premier McBride of British Columbia left for Victoria today. It
is an open secret thai McBride
weni to Ottawa al the urgent
request of Borden, who wind
McBride on his arrival at Montreal.   Mr. Borden and Mr. Pi rll y,
chief Conservative whip use.I cv-
the people of British Columbia
which must be considered first.
Will Decide Later
He Stated that he would make
known his decision after reaching
home, bill Was sure no mailer
wlirth-r he is a candidate or not
British Columbia would make a
good showii-g in the Conservative
columns.   Conservatives ben- are
phi ly disappointed in obtaining
ii BaauraP.CC from McBride.   ('.cil
ery effort to obtain the assure *ceIerp.l impression is that. McBride
from McBride that  he would be I will pri let tO Sacrifice bis Attorney
a candidate in the general electlor.lGeneral Bowser on tha altar of
No assurances wen given by the i party tribute,
B. C, Premier but lie stated lol
the press that he was loyal tol Pauline Cray and Mildred Verne
the party and added he hadlpiad $10 and cost lor having a
responsibilities and obligations to'riotous time thc other night.
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Monday. July 31
WHO HAS FORCED THE ELECTION?
A question overheard on the si net from a man who found it
hard to comprehend lunv a Conservative minority could force an election upon a Liberal majority in the House of Commons, suggests that
there may be others who find a like difficulty. "Why did not lhe Liberals call a vote and just pass thc reciprocity by force of numbers?"
he asked.
To understand how the Opposition can force the Government
to an election, one must understand something of the rules of Parliamentary procedure and debate.
The Adventure of The Red Circle
BY ARTHUR   CONAN   DOYLE
Copyright, l'.lll, by the Century Syndicate
On
Before a Bill becomes a law it must pass three readings
the third reading it is considered in Committee of the Whole.
The object of considering a question "in committee of the whole
is to admit of the closest possible scrutiny, and the freest possible!him   justice
discussion anil criticism,   Accordingly the rules of debate are relaxed j kindliness,
to a considerable extent.    Every member who desires to speak may
do so.   This affords an Opposition that desires to "tie up" a Government an excellent chance to prolong the Parliamentary work.
But the great opportunity occurs when bills for Parliamentary
supplies come up.   Parliamentary supplies correspond tO the workman's
"Well, Mrs. Warren, I cannot
see that you have any particular
Cause for uneasiness, nor do 1
understand why 1, whose time
is of some value, should interfere
in the matter. 1 really have
oilier things to engage me."
So spoke Sherlock Holmes, and
turned back to the great scrap-
book in which he was arranging
gome of his recent material.
But the landlady had the pertinacity, and also the cunning,
of her sex. She held her ground
firmly.
"You arranged an affair for a
lodger of mine last year," she
said���"Mr. Fairdale Hobbs."
"Ah, yes���a simple matter."
"But he would never cease
talking of it���your kindness, sir,
and the way in which you brought
light into thc darkness. I remembered his words when I was
in doubt and darkness myself. I
know you could if you only would."
Holmes was accessible upon the
side of flattery, and also, to do
, upon the side of
Kindliness. The two forces made
him lay down his gum brush with
a sigh of resignation and push
back his chair.
"Well, well, Mrs. Warren, let
us hear about it then. You
don't   object   to  tobacco,   1   take
weekly pay envelope.   They have to conn
to procure the money to carry on the work of the country.
When bills for supplies are being considered in committee, very
exceptional latitude for discussion is given. A member may speak
as man)' times as he likes, upon any subject that may be even remotely
connected with the question of expenditures. It is here thai an Opposition, under our existing Parliamentary rules, can lie up the work
of Parliament. A relay of members taking turns al speaking can
obstruct the passage of supplies indefinitely. The only remedy is to
go to lhe electors, and invite them to elect useful representatives instead
of the obstructors.
up at frequent intervals j it?   Thank you Watson���the mat
dies! You are uneasy, as I under
stand, because your new lodger
remains in his room and you
cannot see him. Why, bless you,
Mrs. Warren, if I were your
lodger you often would not see
me for weeks on end."
"No doubt, sir: but this is
different. It frightens llic Mr.
Holmes. I can't sleep for friglu.
To hear his quick step moving
here and moving there from early
morning lo late at night, and yet
It  is no secret that the Government did not wish to go io the
country.   It believes the majority of the people want the taxes removed
from food products, and lhe cost of living reduced by a reciprocal never   lo   catch   so   much   as   a
cancelling of taxation.   Especially, from a sense of justice as well asjK*��"Ps--' ��f him���it's morc than I
from a sure knowledge that it would mean additional support, the
Government was anxious to defer a general election until a redistribution bill could be passed giving the western provinces increased
representation. But in the face of the fact that lhe Opposition were
preventing ihe work of Parliament from going on, tiler.-was nothing
else to do but appeal to the people.
Some of the Conservative press openly boasted that Mr. Borden
was forcing lhe election on the people. The Conservative Brockville
Times for instance, slid:
".Mr. Borden appears to be more truly Premier of Canada
than Sir Wilfrid Laurier. This is the second occasion during tlu
past two or ihree months on which he has controlled the Parliamentary situation and made the Government bend to his will.|when hc W****A- Tllc scarwl 1"��-<
He compelled Premier Laurier to adjourn Parliament and go {fadt(l fron* hl'r t?->','s' 1,ml her
to London, and the chances are now that he will compel him to agitated   features  smoothed   int..
go to the country." | l*-*-'-r usua-  commonplace.   She
sat down in the chair which he
had indicated.
"If I take it up I must understand   every   detail,"   said    he.
can stand. My husband is as
nervous over it as I am, but he
is out ai his work all day, while
I get no rest from it. What is In*
hiding for? What has he don.?
Except for the girl, I am all alone
in the house with him. and it's
more than my nerves can stand."
Holmes leaned forward and laid
his long, thin fingers upon the
woman's shoulder. He had an
almost hypnotic power of soothing
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There is no mistaking such language.  It is Mr. Borden who has
forced   the election on the country.   And it is Mr. Borden who   has
robbed  the West of iis increased representation.   For the sake of
;i hoped-for tactical advantage, Mr. Borden and his friends haver��� "nw to (-',��>"'*r- Thc
Wilfully obstructed the work of the Parliament of Canada, wilfully M11���'ll'", lM,,M, n,a>' * "�� mmX
forced an unnecessary election upon thc people, and wilfully forced \****���*>'   You say that the man
that .lection to prevent the West of Canada from having the rep-|n,nu' ,,'n ,la>s n*>��' and -,'"<l >',m
resentation it is entitled to in the ni xt Parliament of Canada. |for a '���"-""��������< ��� ���>"����������� ���"���<��� l'"lg"*K?
"He naked my terms, sir. I
said fifiy shillings a Week. There
is a small silling room and Ixil-
Iroom, and all complete, at thc top
|of the house."
"Well?"
"He  siid,   "I'll  pay   you   five
pounds a week if I can  have it
Ion my own  terms.1    I'm a poor
'woman, sir. and Mr. Warren cams
little, and the money meant much
to me.    He took out a tcn-|)ound
titilf,  and   he  held  it   out   to  me
and   there.     'You  can   have   the
same every  fortnight   for a  long
time   to   come   if   you   keep   the
!terms,' he laid,    'If not, I'll have
no more to do with you.' "
"What wire ihe terms?"
"Well.  sir.   they  were   that   he
WBS  lo have a  key of the  house.
Thiii waa all right,  Lodgers of ten
I have   them,     Also,   that   he   was
no l��e left  entirely to himself,
and never. upon any excuse, to
I..* disturbed."
"Nothing   wonderful   in    lhal,
surely?"
"Not in reason, sir. But ihis is
out of all reason. He has been
then for ten days, and neither
Mr. Warren, nor 1, nor the girl
lies once set eyes u|x>n him. We
i'ii  hear  tbnt  quirk step of  hit,
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Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes Collections
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, 4 per cent, on Deposits
Wc wilt b�� pleaaril tn anawrr any inqulri** rp-rarrilnf lnv->Bt*nenta In Princa RuDtrt
and North*��� Urllinh Columbia.
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[WE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The buiiinesB man who i
i aeekii clieanncmi an tin- First consltlara-
otW'efemmta'ln th*,".1.-1^' "".Ver n'a,ly P"*! ***** ��ttentlon to
netting it dont Qulckltran"l,ct,on-����I't. perhapa, the matter of
done Quickly
oney 8A.VEI
have paid ttr. _���_���,
It will make you poor it
���** ��RX3ffS tea; SK5JMS3"monpy on
you panist In aavlng enough of Itt
"Oh, he went out the first night,
.lid he?"
"Yes, sir, and returned very
late���after we were all in bed. I le
told me after he had taken the
rooms that hc would do sn, and
i'sked me not to bar the door.
1 heard him come up the stair
after midnight."
"But his meals?"
"It was his particular direction
that wc should always, when he
rang, leave his meal upon a chair
outside his door. Then he rings
again when he has finished, and
we take it down from tin- same
chair. If he wants anything else
he prints it on it ilip of paper
and leaves it."
"Prints it?"
"Yes, sir; prints it in pencil.
Just the word, nothing more.
Here's one I brought to show
you���SOAP. Hen's another���
MATCH. This is one he left
the first morning���DAILY GAZETTE. 1 leave that paper with
his breakfast every morning."
"Dear me, Watson," said Holmes, staring with great curiosity
at the slips of foolscap which
the landlady had handed to him,
"this is certainly a little unusual.
Seclusion I can understand but
why print? Printing is a clumsy
process. Why not write? What
would it suggest, Watson?"
"That he desired lo conceal his
handwriting."
"But why? What can it matter
to him lhat his landlady have a
word of his writing? Still, it may
be as you say. Then, again, why
such laconic messages?"
"I cannot imagine."
"It opens a phasing field for
intelligent speculation. The words
are written with a broad-pointed,
violet-tinted pencil of a not unusual pattern. Y..u will observe
that the pa|H-r i*. torn away at
the side here after the printing
was done, so that the 'S' of 'SOAP'
is partly gone. Suggestive. Watson, is it not?"
"Of caution?"
"Exactly. There was evidently I
some mark, some thumb-print,
something which might give a
clue to the person's identity. Now,
Mrs. Warren, you say that ihej
man was of middle si/e, dark, and
Im .ml. d. What age would he be?"
"Youngish, sir ���not over thirty"
"Well, can you give me no
further indications?"
"He s|)oke good English, sir,
and yet I thought he was a foreigner by his accent."
"And he was well dressed?"
"Very   smartly   dressed,   sir���
quite the gentleman.   Dark cii ih-
es-  nothing you would note."
"He gave im name?"
"N... sir."
"And has had no letters or
callers?"
"None."
"But surely you or the (,irl
enter his room of a morning?"
"No, sir: he looks after himself entirely."
"Dear   me I   that   is   certai dy
remarkable.   What about his I ig-
gage?"
"He had one big brown bag
with him���-nothing else."
"Well. We don't seem  to have
much material to help us.    Do
you say nothing has come out
of that room   -absolutely nothing?"
(TO BE CONTINUED)
Pastor on Honeymoon
Rev.   M.   G.   Melvin   of   New
Westminster, a particular friend
��f Rev. F. W. Kerr, conducted the
Presbyterian services yesterday in
the Empress Theatre. He will
do so until Mr. Kerr's return. Mr.
M.Kin and his young bride are
spending their honeymoon here.
FORHIOII CLASH FRINTINtl Ol* aTTZ^. ~	
 . BHHgg Of AlXKlmig m THE "NBWB JOB"
Daily New, Building fhonb sm Third Avenue
Uncle Jerry Gone South
To close some deals in fruil and
fi.rni lands in the Bulkley Valley,
Mr. J. 11. Kugler, "Uncle Jerry,"
| pacing   up   i.,,,1   ,|���wrii   up.   ,im| ^^^^^^^^^^^^
night, morning, and nooni'w*,M 8��ut'1 t,,i9 morn-"g on the
I down
I but except on that firat night hc|SS' Prince George.    He is going
ha* never once gone out of  thejas far as Vancouver and will be
I back again   irxt Saturday.
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HOLMES
The Greatest Fiction Character of the Century Come to Life Again
A Double Chance
FOR
Daily . .
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APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
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waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-   j
tan, all kindB of laborers or me-   !
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other parts of the city
Hotel Central SffSISS
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Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
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REAL   ESTATE
KiUumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Tha  Prlne*  Rupert Lo-lire, No. .IIS, Sana of
Enttlanit. meela th* Ural antl third Tuaatlaya  tn
aach month in th* Carpenter* ll..'l. at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sac..
P. O. Boa 812. Prince Rupert
'F.RNKST A. WOODS, President, Box 23
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave,
Limited.
Princa Rupert B.C.
Windsor Hotel
H11ST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnlahed and
Steam Healed Rooms
A FIRST   CI.A8S BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
HATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
I SAVOY HOTEL
1
Fraser and Fifth 8t.
Th* only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In room*. Beat furnlahed houae north of
Vancouver. Rooma (ale
up. Phone in. P.O.
Box IB.     I      I      I
Prudhomme t% Fiaher
���Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
bKt in  TOWN  FOR  THE  MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Rochester Ai
p      Monroe
Ladysmitm
' ���' Coal
\     '���*    r,        '
-.:���   Phone ns
-ALL KINDS OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugt
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES RF.AS0NABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Far Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER, 'Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel ll run on the European
plan. Flr��t-cle���� acrvlre. All the Latest Mialern
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mprovementa.
IIEDS Mc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
A  GOOD  SOCIAL
Excellent   Entertainment   in
Honor of Rev. W. H. McLeod.
One of the most successful Brotherhood Socials ever organised
was held the other night in thc
Mclntyre Hail. Arrangements for
the entertainment were planned
and carried out by Mrs. E. A.
Woods, and Mrs. Derry, and the
social was in appreciation of the
excellent work done for the Brotherhood by Rev. W. H. McLeod.
Several original departures were
happily hit off, particularly the
cleverly costumed old lady and
sailor at the door who caused
intense amusement. Mr. Woods
contributed lively organ music
in keeping with the entertainment during the evening. Games
of all kinds proved tremendously
popular, and iu the button holding
competition for boys only, the
keenest rivalry prevailed. Clyde
Rogers won the prize.
Another amusing competition
guessing the various attributes of
popular girls just from their names
on a slip of paper resulted in a
win for Mr. (',. Hanson with ten
points. An excellent supper was
enjoyed after which Rev. \V. H.
McLeod awarded the prizes amid
great enthusiasm.
HAIR FAIR FOR FAIR HAIR
Prices for a New Product which
is Always   Second Head"
Thc annual hair fair of Limoges-
was held thc oilier week. For
three days dclers from Paris and
Berlin, from Italy and many other
countries weighed and bargained
over the variously shaded plaits
offered for sale. The white and
then the reddish brown shades
brought the hughest prices, from
$27.25 to $31.80 a pound. One
Paris house alone bought over
195 pounds of hair at from SI] to
$12 a pound, the average all round
price. As an evidence of the ex
tent of the business done it is
stated that 1,780 pounds of hair
was sold at the highest price,
$31.00 a pound, or over $55,000.
Prices this year showed a decrease
compared with last year of at
least twenty-five per cent. Presenl
modes do not call for additional
locks to grace fair heads crowned
by or buried in the'latest headgear.
VOTES FOR WOMEN
Progress of the Sex in the Battle
for the Franchise
All along the line the women
have been winning political territory inch by inch. In Germany
they were until recently forbidden
the right of association, but this
prohibition has been broken down.
In Finland, they actually --it as
members of Parliament, Even
in Portugal an enterprising lady
called Carolina Sngelo has, under
the republic, justified her right
to vote in a court of law, an
example which we commend to
our own law lords, who have
solemnly decided that in Scotland
a woman is not a person.
tj) Si -a
111 Bosnia and Herzegovina no
fewer than seveniy-eight widows
and spinsters have exercised their
property vote. Seventy-six of these
were Mohammedans, one was a
Roman Catholic, while one was
a Servian, though the religion of
Servia is not stated. It is true
that these ladies voted by proxy,
but their exercise of the franchise
was actual and definite.
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Perhaps the most serious argument   against   women's   suffrage
is that if women were allowed to
vote, they would not trouble to
exercise it. Nothing is worse
for a country than a large mass
of apathetic persons on its electoral
register.
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On this point We Can only refer
to the experience of Finland, where
about 55 per cent to 00 per cent
of the women came to the polls.
This, is surely, a very fair proportion   considering   the   political
development of the Russian cm-
COMPLEXION CARE
Advice Useful to the Outdoor
Girl  in  Summer
Glycerine and rose water is
not particularly good for removing
tan and freckles. All a girl can
do is to keep the skin soft and
lessen the stillborn wiih cold cream,
and use a milk acid such as the
acid in buttermilk, or dilute lemon
juice followed by cold cream.
Strong face bleaches arc very
injurious to the skin. You cannot
have your cake and eat it, and
girls cannot have the fun of
outdoor life without some of the
consequences. Keep out of the
direct sun, use a veil when in Unwind, and if you expect to be out
long, put on a face cream, wipe
almost all off and powder. You
will probably look a fright, but
it is only the choice between
doing so then or afterwards.
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything for Ladles S Children
"The Ladies' Store"
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Street       Phone Black 184
Creamery Butter
that is Positively Pure.
for most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has It
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Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granitewar.-       Tinware .
SECOND - AVENUE o
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second iivoii.ii* and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CARSS,
of Britlih Columbia
and Manitoba Uara.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C., Ontario, Saa-
katchewan and Alberta Bare.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllce���Exchanire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth itrceu Prince ltuueri. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operationi akilfully treated. Gaa and
local anasthetlca administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Ofllces:
Hclircrson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Maneon ha..     W.K. Willi-ims.ii.a.. 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WM.  FOXON, ESI).. *, ��� a a* ***,*-���*��., ,;���,���,���
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
office���continental trust co.
Phone 318,
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tablet Second Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cudaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Oth St.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
F. VV. HART
UNDERTAKER t KMHAI.MKH
STOCK COMPt.KTB PLUNK 62
Negotiations are in progress for
a 8-mile sculling race at Rainy
River between Eddie Dyrnan and
Jack Hackett for a $,000 a side.
0     $     0
Henry Solomon of Portland, who
holds tin* three-cushion championship of the coast, is mingling with
old frit-nils and making new ones
at Seattle.
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S. V. Hiii-.m, Great Britain, who
defeated George Walker, Vancouver, in the inter-Empire wrestling
contest, is a brother of ex-Corporal
Biicon, formerly of the R.C.M.R.'S
Wiilnipeg.
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The annual contest for the
Quebec King's Plate and the first
running of the same for lhe
guineas donated by King George
V., will be held at Blue Bonnets
this autumn.
t$   -$   $
Pitcher Rasmussen, the young
giant who has been doing clever
work for Vancouver this season,
Including it no-hit-no-run game
against Taenia has been sold by
President Bob Brown to the Philadelphia Nationals.
s s s
Mr. Brown said he was satisfied
with the sum received but refused
to make public the figures. It is
surmised that he received in the
neighborhood of 8,1,000. Rasmus-
sen was a green pitcher at the
beginning of the present season,
but he had size and weight to
help him along.
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Reports that President John I.
Taylor of Boston, is ready to
dispose of his local American League Club, which have Ih-ch current
here for some time, are confirmed.
The hopes of Boston fans gave
been shattered because of the
team's position in the present
race. The team started the season
brilliantly, but has been gradually
slumping.
&   ta  ���>
It isn't any wonder that Valentine Braun of New York, is kr.own
as "Knockout" Braun. The little
German commenced to exchange
padded  wallops  with  experienced
opponents on July 3, 1908. and in
that   season   knocked   out   thirty
opponents   in   thirty-five   battles.
Of these thirty dreamland w iiulups,
twenty-nine    came    under     four
rounds.    The  majority were one
and two-round affaire.
&   it   ti
Braun is only twenty years of
age now.   He is 5 feet 3 1-4 inches
in height, and  135 is the lightest
weight he can make.    Among the
good   boys   he   has   knocked   oui
or  won   from  are:   Ad  Wolgast,
Kid   Sullivan,   Kid   llogan,   One-
Round Ilogan, Babe O'Leary, Kid
Shetto, Kid Walsh, Bobby Moor.-,
Voung Wagner, Johnny  Moran,
Young Alberts, Charley Harvey,
Kid Cushing, Young O'Leary,
Johnny Daly, Pal Moore, Charlie
Goldman, Willi.* Jones, Willie Bee*
cher, Eddie CaiT, Harry Thomas,
Billy Allen, Tommy Morraaaey,
Charlie Griffin, Fighting Jack Regan, Sammy Smith, Joe Hyland,
Joe Bedell, Howard Smith, Harlem
Tommy Murphy, Baity Doraey,
Tommy Murphy, Johnny Allen,
Tom Ginty.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
ANI1
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart, Thursdays unit Sundays
at H a.m. Special fun* on Sunday
limit, |8.60 return Including meals
ami berth.
at. Prince Albert sails fur Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,     Naden
Harbor. Wi'ilnesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and f'ir:
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 fret-uent and convenient service of luxurious trains over ita
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto. Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged vin all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
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Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
Famous  Princess  Line
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Friday,   August   4th,   9  a. m.
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HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, AUG.  2nd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
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,   Can-laa complete itock of Drug*.   Special   ,,
,      attention paid tu Ailing pr-racHpUona.
! Theatre Block pmoxk no. t�� Secood Ave.
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LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next tooM offlf* of Oplimftt act) only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Brat mail* In Seattle.   Fruit ami Can-ly.  whole-
aale and Retail. Look for lla.h alart. at mahl
SAM COWEN, Proprietor Phone 340
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
To watch The News want ads
is to know your chances for
finding a lietter job.
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All  orders  received   at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. S3
Meets in the Holgprson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of the  order in thc city
are requested tn visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
II.  11. MOKTON, Sec.
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INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
REAL
ESTATE
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   FrancoiB Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Landa
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
List Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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mstmm. THE DAILY NEWS
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
IN THE BASEBALL LEAGUES
Vancouver Heads Northwestern League���Chicago Tops
National League, Detroit Leads American League
and Portland Heads the Coast League
The following Is the complete
list  "f   percentage  standings  of
the Individual clubs in the principal baseball leagues up to today:
Northwestern League
Won Lost IVt.
Vancouver 03
Tacoma 59
Spokane    58
Seattle      52
Portland 48
Victoria  28
National League
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago 55   32    .622
New York 53
Pittsburg 54
St. Louis 51
Cincinnati 39
Brooklyn 32
41
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44
.573
40
.557
49
.515
53
.475
75
.272
37
.580
27
.5015
40
.560
50
. 438
57
. ,500
Boston 20   72 .217
American League
Won  Lost  Pet.
llitioil 61    32 .056
Philadelphia    60   32 .652
New York      48   45 .538
Chicago 47    43 .522
Bosii.ii 48   46 .511
Cleveland 48   49 .495
Washington 33   60 .355
St. Louis 27   65 .293
Pacific Coast League
Won Lost Pet.
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���=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion-
Portland 04 47
Vernon 64 55
Oakland 05 58
'Frisco 60 01
Sacramento 56 62
Los Angeles 47 73
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.538
.528
.496
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Kinder rewarded by leaving suim-iit Campbell ��
Cigar Slorc. l';--'f
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BEAR HAD GOOD
TIME YESTERDAY
(Continued from Pag* One)
WON $170
Local Man Drew Winning Ticket in Sweepstake
old time bear hunter. -Miss Helen
Fox did a little terpsichorean
work to the accompaiiunent of a
mild dose of hysterics. Meanwhile the bear stood on the shor.
and looked in wonder at the boat.
then turned and went into the
bush.
Here are ihe facts of all this:
George H. Collins and M. J.
Sandcl of Kelly-Douglas and Co.,
invited Mi*-- May Roberts and her
company yesterday afternoon to
a little cruise around the cold
Storage plant and up Tuck's Inlet
on the Phippen.
After inspecting the cold storage
plant   the   boat   turned   into   a
passage  that   runs off  the   Inlet.
About ,t quarter a mile up this
passage  somebody  spied  a  fair
sized black bear near ihe water's
edge.  Then there was excitement.
The    men    wanted    to    pose    as
heroes,   the ladies implored  llum
nol to kill the poor thing.    The
captain   hurried   below   and   got
his gun.   Every man aboard had
a shot at that bear.    The l.iilli-i-
Mr. K. M. Pitcairn of the local
branch of the Canadian Hank
of Commerce, won $170 in the
sweepstake conducted by Salmon
of Victoria for the Steward's Cup.
The race was run >>n July 25th in
England. Mr. Pitcairn drew the
horse Vesta, ticket No. 7119 and
it was one of the winners.
He bought his ticket from Mr.
Morte Craig of the Acrlic Studio,
agent for Salmon.
Another winner in lhc Steward's
Cup was Mr. Duncan McTavish
of Victoria, well known here. He
won SI70.
TORIES   OLD  GUARD
Went to Kitsumkalum on Saturday to Rally Forcea
There was evidently something
doing among ihe Conservatives
at Kitsumkalum on Saturday. The
leaden ol the old guard from here
went  up on  the  train and  ii   is
understood   a   meeting  was
went   everywhere   Inn   into   the
bear's hide. ion Saturday evening
held
Then the pany decided to go
hunting for ��� the animal. The
ladies went too.  The party chased
around lor some time Inn all the
time  taking good  rare  in go  ilu*
opposite direction  they  believed
the bear had gone.
Their trail is marked with reni-
nauisof silk Btockingsand hairpins.
See Pictures of City
If you want a great treat I..
sun* and see lhe moving pictures
ai ilu* Pin nix Theatre tonight and
tomorrow showing the beauties ol
ihis coasl.
Those   who  Weill   Were   Mayor
Manson, M. P. P., <>. H. Nelson,
edimr of the Journal, S. M. Newton, editor of the Empire, Dr.
Clayton and othi rs.
Boats from South
The S.S. Princess May i*. expected from the south this after*
!.' on and lhe S.S. Ramona tonight
from Seattle.    The  Ramona will
take May Roberta ami her company up t<> Ketchikan.
"The Judge and the Girl" Drew
Packed House on Saturday
Through the front doors, through
ihe stage, door, through every
lire exit, through windows, through
every crevice loud, unharnessed
peals of hilarious laughter got
out of the Empress Theatre on
Saturday night when May Roberts
and her company scored a triumph
in the care chasing comedy "The
Judge and the Girl."
Bob Holland, (Bobbie Williamson) just from college calls at the
house of his friend Alfred Rumpus
(L. Victor Gallard) to find hint
muchly married. Mrs. Rumpus
(Miss May Roberts) is a lady from
Cherniany, she says, and trii*s
to make Alfred's life heavenly by
continual hcii|H*cking. Rumpus
has io put up wiih it because he
married lur solely io dodge some
discourteous creditors.
Bob Holland is surprised to
tiittl his sweetheart Matilda (Miss
l.illi.ui St. John) is the daughter
of Mrs. Rumpus and meets with
difficulties in his wooing ..wing
io ihe fact that Mrs. Rumpus
had promised tlu- hand <���( her
daughter to Judge Robert Skinni-
boy (Ira Robertson) a wheezy,
"rheuin.iiiky" old fossil nf 61
summers. The old judge proposes to Matilda,.. vision of youth
and beauty in pink, and she.
thinking the old fossil is speaking
for the RoIhti she really loves
consents unknowingly to become
the bride of Skinuiboy.
Mr. Rumpus all this lime of
course is in league with Bob his
young friend. Rumpus finally
..ssiris his authority like Pet-
truchio in "The Taming of the
Shrew" and things gei straightened
mil in die end.
Ira Rula-rison as the old judge
with ihe gouty left foot proved
dial    he   is   really   ii   first   daai
comedian. The versatility ol Miss
RoImtis w.is demonstrated in tin
difficult   pari   she  played.    She
was < \< < p.ioitnlly good and   Mr.
Furnlahed rooms with bath
the week.   Talbot House.
Largo well furnished room, private family-
| Splendid view of harbor. Uentlemen only.
,     Apply P.O. Box 1619. l*'-**!'
| Mclntyre   Hall,   for   concerts.    entertainments.
dnncea, etc.   Apply J, H. Rivers, phone 116.
Wantod-Smnll house, furnished W partly furnished.   Slate terms ti* Box K. Hulls Nows.I4..-lf
Cosy furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower, Boraarttt
It.a.ma. Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Kluhth. H"-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
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Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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SCHWENGERS THE VICTOR
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Help Wanted
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CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agenta
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
Victoria Man Carried Off Na-
iol    tional Tennis Championship
at Ottawa.
Wanted���Woman to cook and do general housework. Good waves paid. Apply Pony K\pr��*a->
cor. 7lh Axe. and Fulton Street. .'
A woman to do fancy Ironing. Wattes fj.-iii per
day; also girls lo work on innnirle. Apply at
once Pioneer Laundry. IiK*i-167
Girl wanted, immediately, fur liilhl housework.
Apply Mra. D. Cohen, phone :*���>' 160-if
Miners I3.6H. Muckers ;.: ���> wanted at lliddea !
Creek Copper Co., Gouae lla>. Take S.S. Vadso j
or Venture. U��-tf
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa,   July   31.���Schwengers
of Victoria, carried off the National
QFFICE-H. B. Rocheater. Centre St    Phone 68. I jgpjjjg championship  llcrt*  Oil   Silt-
oxui��Ki��*��}OCXXXXXXXX*��.xxxxo' unlay afternoon, defeating Baird
| of Toronto, the Ontario champion.
in   the   fund.     Schwengers   won
I j decisively, his scores in the three
CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT.
Partis requirinir dumping mu&dl fnrexc��v��.
oil muUrial are rmiufstiM to forward aiMdiitiiun
to tho City Enirineer before August I, -.ttttiiig
Firat-The location of lot to be itraded.
Second- Estimated quantity of nek Mew*
tion.
Third���BfUmtttd quantity of earth excavation
Fourth-Date at which It Ib propONdtotntt
building on excavated lot.
Applicants who hnvo buildings already erect*]
and thoM) contemplating building in tlu* InUMft
ate future will receive pit ferenoe.
WM. MAHLON DAVIS,
E. A. WOODS, City Enirinw.
City Clerk.
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For Sale
Will
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��:���" English perambulator tm quick sale.
Uke 111).   Apply P.O. boa Ta;.
Por Sale or Lease-Best ka-aled  restaurant  In
Stewart, no opposition. Illa-ral term*.    Full In- .
formation apply or write tn li. lieonre. P.O. j
Is Ul. Stewart. B.C. |i*-l��8
Before buylnir your Stove ur Ramie sea A. J. {
tialland. Mcllride and Fifth Ave. Cook stoves .
from 114. 129-lm
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house, houae-
MM -roods. Near Print*.- Rupert. A snap If
tak.-n at once.   Addreaa llux 36.*.. tf
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POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in time in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Time
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
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R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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[games being 18*11, li-2, and 0-4
Schwengers and his fellow Victorian McRae will also meet the
present   holders   for   the  doubles
championship.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
AN EDITOR S HOUSE
Will Cost $3,000   To be Built
On Fifth Avenue
TIIK llrill.h Union and N*ii.*r..*i1 Fire  Insurance
Company of Una-Ion,   Ki . :land,   wllh    capital
of !.* '.��� -      See us tm rate..     The Mack
Keeltv and Insurance Company. ���"-. f
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Business   Chances      I
sotimKHnK-aWKKKnnxxHnitKiffiom
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEA5E
on Third Avenue and Ninth Street.
uncie Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited.
Jerry
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Notice
Taka notice that the partnership consisting of
Angus D. M.-Inula and Prank Kelly. Contractors
carrying on a street contracting business in the
City of Prince Rupert, in the Province of British
I Columbia, under lhe name of "Mclnnis A  Kelly"
Goad money In Moving Pictures.    Wanted���A | was dissolved on the 15th day of July. 1911.   All
Rarty to start moving picture show In Prince   liabilities of the partnership are lo be paid by
;u|t*rl.   Write me for particulars.    II. Davis,   Angus D. Mclnnis.
A. D. MrlNNIS.
FRANK KELLY
Dated at Prince Kupert this 17th day of July.1911
165-171
Hupert.   Write me for particulars.
Walrtlown. Wla.
Davis,
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Tenders Wanted
For building Concrete Wall, also Stone Foundation.   Inquire ol McCaffery * Gibbons.      IfiS-li;"
Notice.
Th* partnership formerly existing between J.
K. Andc.a-.n and I. M. tlughea. General Mcr-
etiante. at the Hi.Ellen River. Graham Island,
has been dlai*.al..a|. Business will I** earned on
hy theunder.lghe.1.
��t J. K. ANDERSON.
Take Adavantage
Every kind of furniture will beIVictor Gallard was very successful
Have you learned that "keeping reduced in price tomorrow at (..
boarders" is a business matter IV   Tite's store,  Third  avenue.
and that  it Involves timely ad- Some very startling bargains are
vertising in the classified columns  louncod. See the advertisement
of The  News? in tomorrow's New-.
as ilu- young ln-ii|H-ckii| husband
pining for freedom from his misfortune.
A little dynamo ol sweetness and
vivacity Mi-s St. John acted the
|��ari of ih,   girl in love and diffi-
cultics  splendidly,    sin*   looked
very charming and  pretty  in  her
pink dress and earned a loi of
applause by ln-r clever dancing.
Bobbie Williamson as a young
lover was excellent,   Leonard ("a-
n y   as   a   llunkey   d.***.*rves   very
creditable mention.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE:
TO-NIGHT
PHEN1X    THEATRE
���   BY REQUEST 	
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Dr. 1.. M. Siocum present* Mr. W.
H.   Ilarbeck'n   Scenic  TravelnKue
"LAND OF THE SUNSET SEA
5000 z f r *S3? ^���-^ Mot,��n
51,00 Feet of ntal.   ^M^Xxx*^.   Secure SeaU Early.
Won Suitt
The   following   gentlemen   won
suits in Sloan it Company's Suit
Clubs on Saturday;
No.    <1    J. I*.. Marker.
\... Id-Mr. Ariuil.
No   II    M. M.Arthur.
No. 12 I-. N. Clayton.
N... 18 C, W.W.Gauld.
N... n A. Nf. McLeod.
No. 18 W. V. Fulton.
Other clubs ON now Ining nu'dc
up.
WILL START WORK
Ski-ens Und I li.. net I Halriet ol t'oaat llanje V
Tak* nnliee (hat I. Geor**�� Kime ol Towner.
North Dakota. I'. S A., larmer. inlend to apply
for permiaaion to purehaae the (ollowing dc-rlhed
lands:
Commeneing at a po.t planted at the aouth*
wsag comer ol lent Swl, Ihenee eaal no chains,
Ihence ...uth II. rhaina. thance aeat 10 .-haina
thenee aoulh 40 ehaina, Ihenee weat 40 chain*.
Ihene* north ao chain* tn point ol eommereen.ent
eon. amine 4WI acrea more or laaa.
Kai.-I July I'.. ISII GKoll.iE 1.1 Ml
Pub. Jul,- U. Tm'. V. Cowell, Age.it
Skeena Und District    Dislrict ol Coast Ha if* V
T*k* notice thai   I.  Peter  Uraen ol Towner.
North Dakota. I    S. A . larmer. intend lo apply
lor permiaaion lo purchase the lollowing de* *rib*d ',
lands:
Commeneing at a post planted at the   oulh-1
eaat comer ol  U.I   17*19, thence soulh HO . *isin.. i
Ihenee ��e��t   40 chains, thence north HO rhaina,
Ihenee eaal 40 chaina to point ol commeneei icnl.
I'ai.-I July 15. 1*11. I'I. I I.It LA'tSKN
Pub July 25, 1(11. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
Skeena Und District-
Take nolice that
The Boanl of * Railway Commissioners, (or
Canada will hold?a sitting at Prince Rupet
I. C. on or about the 19th day ol August, 1'.'!..
at the hour of II o'clock In the lorenoon lor lha
purpooe ol hMling matters, apnllcatlona,
com|ilainta I.1.-.I with tha Board and served upon
the partlt-a Interested In accordance with thc
Rule* and Regulations o( the Hoard.
By Order ol lha Board,
A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
Secretary
Hoard ol Railway
Commiaalonera lor Canada.
Dated at Ottawa this 26lh Day o( June, 1911.
The chief item in the building
permits last week is a new house
for S. M. Newion, editor of the
Empire,     lie   will   build   a   fine
iomc on   Fifth  avenue  to cosi
18,000.
\V. C. Hyde will build an ad-
lition it. a house on Third avenue
to cost $300 and M. Weinsiein
will build a 160 store room in his
Third ave.iue slorc.
Skeena Land District.
District of Coaat, Kango 5.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Kupert, B.C., OCCOpitta
locomotive fireman, intend tn apply for
permission to purchase the followinK
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction uf tlie
little Zim-o-got-itz river ami thc main
Zim-o-got-itz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 40 chains, thence west ID
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence eut
40 chains morc or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing li.it acres more or less.
Wm. Francis NICHOLSON,
Geo. K. Putn.un, agenl
Dated July 17, 1911.
Coaat Range 6 Und District
Taka notioe that I, John  llapiium ol **���
sumkalum, occupaUon farmer, Intrt-J lo **-*>'j
(or permiaaion lu purchas* lha (olio* a* dMCnOH
lands:
Must Explain
Tomorrow morning John Moon-
ey will have to give an account
of his doings lately. He is in
quarantine on a nominal charge
of vagrancy.
Poor Blind Pig
A sightless pig on Seventh avenue is what the police charge
Rosa Muzzi with keeping. Hc
will come up before the Cadi
probably tomorrow.
Commencing at a poal plantad si tl-s tatxlm-
corner ol Lol U9S3, thenoa aaat 20 cbains, IMC!
soulh 40 chaina, thenoa west 2U cbsna. Has"
nortii 40 cbaina lo plaos o'coinnienceiiisal
Datad March IH, 191L JOHN IlKI'MR.**
Pub April 16.
Skeena Und DUtriat-Duulct ol l*"**
Taka nouce thai I.  Parry guesr.su .4 mm
Rupart, U. C, occupstlon prospector. HM <���
apply  (or  permlsaion  lo purchaa* lb* l*U��at*4
daactil-aJ landa:
Commencing al a poat planted in lha now
ol Goo* Uay, aboul ihree-aifhu ol a ma* a-ajj
ol lh* mouth ol tne Bonania Cl*-*, aaa ""��
on tba eaaterly boundary ol imm umm_*��
���l&ilSI or No. J62MI, lhanc* KUlh 49 chaiai Sim
thc easterly limn of aald Tl*nb*c Limit No ��iJJ
or No. a&ZaO 40 ehalna, th*nc* eaat to th* ������������
Goaao Bay, a dislanca* ul 40 cbaias mot* or Xm.
Ihsnc* northerly along lha shut* tt Q*mm
40 chains mora or leaa, Ihenc* ���������*. i... ���
mure or laaa to point cl
160 acre* mot* oe leaa
Dalad March 7, 1911.
Pub. April T.
comm*oormr��i. cottsituf
PERRY ylttsis
Skaana Und Datricl -Dislrict ul queen *-���*������"'
Taka   notice   lhat   G*ori*   ItUJ"..   ��  "*"
Rupert, B. C, occupation tiulchet. inieaiUieW
lor permlalou lo purchaaa ths loUu.im imenxm
Con��n.ncing at e post plantad sUi-it m*
milea weal and iwo milaa aoulb id t.** "��?���*"
Stanley Creek whan It empties io.* ����"
Harbor, Graliatn Island, Heine* Nl ctasias see*
lhanc* BO chains waat, thanca ao ��""�����**
thsnea ao chana aeat to point ��l ��� ���"
and containing 640 acr** mora oile*.
Dalad March 17. lyll
Pub. April 7.
loraialess     ..������,,.,
Numa Dtiix^ mtm
$500
$800
Cash buvs furnished hotel
with 20 rooms.   Price $1000.
Cash buys line residence
property including House on
'.'ill Avenue, Section 6.
tCfl    Cash buya a nice lot in Section
���?���*�� v   7, Balance $25 a month.
Furnished Hotel for Lease.
Fire,T,ifo and Accident Insurance.
Coal  Miners' Strike
I'ernie, July 81.- (Special) -After  a   long   disciiMNon   the   local
miners'  executive  passed  a  resolution to submit government prop-
loshlon   io  referendum   vote  on
' August    Ith.     Corbin   mine   will
shin down next \Vednesila\'CCCC
shut down next Monday.
Skeena Und Dialrlcl-Dlslrlcl   j -gJJJ
Prince  Rupert Indoor Baseball  b. c, oceupailon cjrpent-. fjm"
r permlasion   u>   purchas*  ll
League.
Skaana Und Dialrlct-Dislnci ol' *7"
Taka nolle* that I Krancla a. ���"���r*1-*".~IZiae
Rupart, B. C, occupalwn proa|��*ci-1. """
apply lor permission to purchase He "���   ���
deacrihed landa: ,    , , ,.-,
Comm.ncing al a poal plants *mJrZi
i milaa .oulh and two mile* *e*t ��' "*2?Zm
I tb* White and Flal rlvata, lb*oc* seal.. ** ��-"
1 th.nc. teal Ml chaina, tb*tw* ����*���������> '" ���**"
th*no* weat SO chaina.
Datad April 20, 1911.
Pub May 1.
FHAM IS !*. IlltSlv*
mm
"cJmroendng et a po*l planM .l~;; "Jjjg
Ollill    ririvpra   va    Rrnt hprliond   one-hal( mllea dUtant In s e,.uili -     ���   '"T-asaj
Vuui  urivers vs. oromeriioou tm^im*mTxmm*tmm xTtmmmt\**Jm
rescents at the Auditorium on | ih* same touch.-, h   .i ������ - ��� TLm��
Tuesday  evening.  August  1st.
District ol Coa.l Raiifo V
John  Evenaon  ol  I'rince
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Crescents at the Auditorium on the same touches L.
���0 cha na. tbenc*  *o,th Ml cbaii*��. If  "...
chaina, Ihence aoulh ��0 chain. >��� ��� . ��� ; ���
Game called  8.45  sharp.    Ad- -
mission 25c.
game.
Skating after the
2t
Rupert, lalmrer,  intend lo apply  lor  l-ermiaaion I
it,- ���
ommer.eing  at   a  pmt planled at the south-
lo tiu-Ttta**- the lollowing described landa:
Admission
UHe�� Crowded Everywhere
Curtain rises at 8.80.   Two Solid Hours.
Hydro-Electric   Company   Arrange to Start Operations
Th.* Princa Rupart Hydro*Elec-
I'.i. Company have purchased ihr
[lug Suonghaart,  utd  announo
25c.   and 35c.
,l,���,   ,. ... i lluperl. laborer,  intern, to apply  lor parr
.11.11   uny v,-,||  hidn ��� ,������,������ ...   .l-p   lo mireha** th�� lollowing d-awrilaaal land.
Kin..I..   U-                   > . . ^ Caminenelng at a pool plsnled on the
INIH.IIIn   KlVt-r  ntlll Ilu  iilti-ii.1   willi I"""* ol William, treek about 50 chain.
lovoopimni pttm
Ltra uoetru
I 1.1 (TO.
corner ol I*��t 4lift, Iwnce north fW chain*!
thrnn* p*\*x *V0 chaini, them* nouth SO chalnx,
(h��>nf* w��1 M rtiaini to point of ���romn.pnr-pmrnt.
I����i.m| July 1*1,1911. JOHN BVKN80N
Puh. July Hi >"r< I K. Cowell, Agent ,
Skeem Unl I��i��lrin   -Dfetrirt of OOHl  lUnRc V \
Take noticp that   I,  IVter  Krirkmn of   Princ*-1
Hu|HTt,  lal-*ir��-r.  intcn'l to apply for permiaalon
to purchaae Ihe lollowinit dracrioerl lantla:
tommencinB al a port plant**! on the north ]
hank of William* Creek whi-r-p Ihe railway riffht- I
vtwfy rrtt**t* and I rhaina back from tha creek j
bank, thrnre wniih :ut chaina, thence eaat 40
chaina, thenre north .10 chaina, Ihence weat 40 I
rhaina to point of commrncemenf.
Mated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent I
Skwna Und MftfM -I Mat rid of Coaat Range V !
Take notice that I. Benjamin A. Flah of Towner,
N. I)., occupation merchant, intend to apply
fof permiaaion to purchaae the following deacribed .
Commencing   al   a   port  planted   on   the  eaat
lw.iitidar;/ and a?w>ut  five chaina from the anuth-
#a��M corner of Ixtt  4IRI. ihence north BO chaina,
Ihenee eaat   ���>"  chaina,  thenre aouth  IH)  chaina, I
thence weal HO rhaina lo point nf robimeneement. j
Dated June 24, 1911. PENJAM1N A. FISH I
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skwna Und IMalrid    Dirtrid of Coaat Range V !
Take notice lhat  I, Adotph II   Chrlatianaon of j
Towner,   North    Dakoia,   occupation   altorni-y- |
at-law, Intend lo apply for permiaaion lo purchaae
the following de-at-Tiberl landa:
Commencing at a port planted aboul one and
one-hall miln* (1 1-2) northeaat of the head of ;
Trout River on the weat aide of Ukelae Uke,
and about 5 chaina from the lake-front, thenre
aouth M chaina, thence wert R0 chaina, Ihence
north t��i rhaina, thence eaat W) chaina to point
of commencement.
Aliot.PH II. CHRI9T1ANHON
1��atPd June SO, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 26. '    "
RVeena Und t>i��trld    IMatrld of Coaal flange V
Take   notice   that   I.   Paul   Haaen   ol   Prince
Huperl,  laborer,   intend  to  apply   tor   permbwlon
north
Irom R. R., thenre aoutk 40 chii'na' thenee
���-art M ebiUnn, thence north 40 chaina, thenee
Tl*** ^.rbain* \n point ol commencement
WW���       t^l^i^^
New Goods
1
your Toilet Table
Some of thc leading
wholesale druggista
have just sent US some
new perfumes, preparations and toilet
necessities    :   :   :   :
Wc carry only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department is a specialty
C. H. Orme
"THH PIONEER IIRIIliOIHT"
Second Ave. Phone No. 82
Land Registry Office
U.- Lots 10, 04 and 171, Range 4,
Coast District
Whereas prool of loss of Certificate of Title
No. r.llia' to the above named property, Issued
In the name of the Canadian Pacific Sulphite
Company, Limited, has been filed in this office,
nolice Is hereby given that 1 shall at the expiration of one month from the first publication hereof Issue a duplicate of the said Certllicate of
Title unless In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Office at I'rlnce
Rupert, B.C., this Zdth day of June. IHU.
WM. K. BUKRITT.
District Registrar of Titles
{KinonmiOtHMMMXXmtMMHMMMHX
FOR  RENT
Store Ruilding on Hecond   Avenue  and
Seventh Street.   Low Rent.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
ItOOOaMMKMMKMXM
Notice.
In the County Court of Atlin, holdcn at
Prince Kupert.
In the matter of  the Official Administrator's Act, and in tha matter of
the estate of John Flanagan, deceased, intestate.
Take notice that hy thc order of his
Honor, Judge  Young, made the 28th
day of July. A.D., 1911, I was appointed administrator of the estate of thc
John Flanagan deceased, and all parties
having  claims  against thc said estate
are  hereby required to forward same
properly  verified to me on or before
thc  20th  day of August,  A.D., 1911
and  all  parties  indebted  to  the  said
���Stats arc required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith
Dated this 28th day of July, A.d!,
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
* '���' T.,-*-
JUK J*'��
m*nc*tn*nl, oonlalnlng bio,
Dal*d April 14, 11.11.
Pub. May U.
Bkeena Und District-District ��'*",-"' |��5<,
Tak. notice that Letli* Mel e.ub ��l )'��J ���
B.  C,  occupallon   married  ���V-1"' ,'iJ MeW
apply lor  pertntoalon  to purchs** l" "���
deecribed landa: ,   ,  , ..  .a* wfxs-
Commencing at a post planted s. u�� ^
weat corner 100 chains ee* and ����� ''"��� ���,
Irom lhe northeast corner ol 1/���'  "   ���     t.,.j
Survey, Coaat Di.trict,IUng* �����'���""".', tM,**
aouth, thenca IM chain, east, "'���" , ,.,.
north, thenca 40 cbains west. lh.���;".,JB-r
soulh, Ihence 40 chains weal lo l��>" '
cement, conUining 400 acres "\����.u.' ^fTAll��l1
Dated[UZ. S. llll. WlTl-^i,Kg*
I'ub. May 6. r"*-1 "���"
Skeana Lend Dtatrirt-Disirict ol Xloeen Ok****
ialanda , .���anert"'.
���eaka notice tbat J. H. Murphy.' I *; "JJ^,
B.  C- occupation  commercial  tr**       '. |,aial
to apply lor permiaaion lo purchs*. sm
deacribed landa: .    ,    ,. .,,���,, mn*
Commencing  st  a  post Pg-f* **�� net*
mile, weat and one mile south ""''",,�� ����
ol Stanly Creek, Nad.n lfe*t..gg ^u *
ch-Uns, th.ncs waat 40 chains, theme
chains, Ihence east 40 *   ins. ..   uotffl
Dated March 17,1IIL * "v���,fnL ai��'
Pub. April 22. Num. I-*"*-���
8kMna Und D1sUlet-Di.tt ct jJW11 ,S
Tske notice that l>ank l*��"fk,���n',, ,��� sd*'
Onu, oceupailon  bookkeeper, ,^'2,Mgm0**
'oi permlssiiin to purchaaa ths lelloeiM
ma.' -. -,,.!  slwul "j
Commeneing  at  a  post  plan.  ',��*   ���{i*
ilea weat and two miles south ���   "       s,jis
SUnl.y   Creek   wheie   It  empn"'   !''     ���,*>.
Harbor, lir.ham laland, thence ������  ���-'     gt**
Ihence  80  chains east,  thane.   ,'''mM^et��*
Ihenee 80 chains wesl to point nt t"i*>m'
and oontanlng 640 aersa mole *UmJjif, iV}^
Dated March 17, llll
Pub. April 7,
Al*
Nuros De-wi*
D).lrlcl-I>i*l'.",'',^"r'i"''
I* Mrs. J"hn. *,;�����*
Skeena Und I
Take notice that I.e.
Rupert. B.C.. occupation msrn**.! �� ���; (lj|���i����
lo apply for permission to purchs-**
tlescrllied lands: ,        . ���  rhii-" -*j
Oimmenclng at a post plsnled * |rtTn��J
and 120 chaina south from the ��<��'<"" , Mth J
lot 1733, Coast District, Rann* a, IJ" rntik t>
chains, thence east 40 chain., tl"" ,*,. ,��� xte
chains, thence west 40 chains ni-'"* ' ,-,, sine
Point of commencement, rnnt��"""��
more or less. , . rnHl.KI
MRS. JOHN ILotH'" �����u
Dale Mar. 20, 1911
Pub. Apr. 4. llll

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