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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W" W  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
><
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NKW WESTMINSTER. Ii. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
mm WIN WIIH     !�� mm mn    STATESMEN HONOR      COLLEGE OFTEN
mm ' ON EXAMINATIONS
BRUNETTE SAWMILLS
DEBENTURE ISSUE
EXTRA TIME PLAY
Ucrosse Laurels Passing
prom West Knd -- Great
Struggle For Honors.
ters   0{   fjfteen minutes]
wav raned lasi evening to sep.
CHAMPUIN'SMEMORY       RUINS STUDENTS   T0BEVISITEIIBmi"E!ii     WILL BE PREPARED
Close   ��o   One   Hundred   Now   Engaged
at the High School���Will Finish
Tomorrow.
.��� 1,
The examinations which have ������ n
undei way al the Royal ' il :��� HI h
School throughout 'he whole of the
present week will come to a clos.. t
I lish, French and American Notabilities Gather at
Burlington.
Boys Should Be Made Self-
Reliant Before Entering
University.
"ii   Vv Jul)   ���    1 h
.   :,,-,,.       Denver, July 8.���"Whj  is It  'bat
Local   Council   of    Women     Complete
Arrangements to  Entertain Con-
i
vention   Delegates.
Final arrang, ments lor the entertainment oi tli,- ladj delegates to the
Quinquennial gathering at Toronto,
���Abu will arrive lu Vancouver ou bun
^^^^^^^^^^ morrow.    ^	
lh(. \v,.g|   End and  the Regina. i,,.,^. bee���  writing j,, i|���
Hate championship ithls week
i���  -,li" ninetv-nve student-,of  >^e  Chaplain   tercentenary  cele-  >'oun-   "'���'"   degenerate,     within   six ;day. and com* over here on Monday,
111  w-  "'"   ��� ",,                                   i  ,,   ,      ,      ,        ,,   "  ���           months after he enters colleg ?"          wer.   made yesterdaj  al a meeting oi
High bchooi   brat on   -lifted today lrom the shores,    r.i..,���,.._.  ,___"__..   _'_     _. _      _-_ l��'--_    .       -��� ������    ���  - ���e-'
Council Must Ask Large Sum
This Year For Permanent
Improvements.
.-tra   time   was   Played
thai   the   red  shirt-
Tb.-se examination!, mark -h,   c
,,i the nigh School term, and th,
first goal.    An- participated in  by  practicallj  all u,
,,,.i,  the  teams  in iet
studelitl^^^H High   SehC^^^^^B
Willi   ^^^^^^^^_
��-on   .   "'u' '""�� U'��
���������"��� f" ,' ," r" "ii,,, ��pas,r.i   ar.d other  Institutions
! ������"  ,?,u,    ,n Tha i' I    Of the .indents writing, twelve are
!'      ,1'';.;11     on,    trying the    examinations    fo,
",������'.      fenc. to matriculation for the    University ol
'.   , h  w��_  watched N.w Brunswick, while slxtj three are
���:;(   ,:������:!:'i! writing the junior and twenty-two the
,       vv,,,.,,,  dur- senior departmental   examinations,
" '_ ,,,,��      There was only!    The  examinations    are    being  pre-
lngtheextra tlme uo��sidrt over by MeMra   coatham, Can-
SJ^oXTi SUi **"' MacKenzie and Mis, Roger,
home, which made a big difference In
wUl "give the Regi-jM a number from Columbian College
The city council win meel  In committee this evening to discuss ihe by-
laws to be submltt, i to th,   tat. i .i>
ers a' an earl)  date, aud In order to
oi servi -'**���''  ''"Hu ta business no deputations
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Charles  Fordyce, dean of the  I'm   ""   executive  of th   local  Council ot |
ol   New   York,  wh.-re  ii   bas  been  in   ..,,,,,   0|   Nebraska,   who  spoke   be-  Women.
al Crown Point, Pori TJcon-  tor,, the higher education department |    They    will      travel      hy     .
; and   Plattsburg,  to   Vermont,  of the National Education association  tlon cars, and the   members of    the|wui i���- received,
with   Burlington   as   ii"-  ��<���.���"�����   *"* th*-
the ('-'.- * oeremonj.
When   the  steamer
ileiu Taft,    the  i': i ni h
ambassadors,    Governor
Aviators Hesitate.
Calais,   July     8.���Herbert
Latham,
the   French   monoplane   flyer,  bai d^-'ICh^Jpl^___?__ni!a8,i-?' Pre8lded
elded   to undertake  a  Series  of  'rial
flights before attempting to cross the
channel.      These wlll delay his long
the scoring.
Battle of Homes.
BoUi hum,-? got busy  at  tho  start,
anil Couits    and   Munn     were   kept
busy in ibe nets,      Purdy and   Mac
kmii.  assist, l   in     getting   the   tirst
tally for   the    Reglnas,    and  Oscar ,       -- _____________    ,,
Sffinon, after    ten     minutes'   bard   ^tht for at least a fortnight.    Henry
trork around each nel, equalized.
Arthur Sm lh "' talned another, and
Bcrl Henry just failed at the other
end with a long drive He secured
later and the lirst quarter of I ist,
bright lacrosse ended with the score
two all. I b. West Enders used the
open formation, while the Reginas j
relied on bunching the home round
tbe grepn shirts' goal.
In th, Becond Purdy scored in loss '���
than half a minute, and again after a
dozrn minutes' further play.      In that |
mi,   tl     Reglnas  had  had   to  clear,
several times   Roy Pearson  and Alex	
Robertson holding down  their checks
well     Warwick  and  Lund  did  some'Occasion   is   Marked   by   Presentation
fine work lor lhe West End.-rs      The
th     ��, nm     t, ,-  l"-s  morning, said  this  question  was vaiion cars, and  the members of the       Ibe  rapid  development  of  the  ' O
nu                '      oi,,. not uncommon],  asked ol bim b) local  council ar. asked  to meet  the during  the  past   two  or  i.n..   years
teachers In tl,,. lower schools. visitors   al   8:46  al     the  tram  offlce. "as necessitated expansion ,��� various
bearlni   Presl !    "These    teachers,     "said    Fordyce, Th,   puny will continue to the Bru- ways, and tne borrowing power ut Uie
and English!"tel]  me  thai   their  boys leave them nette   sawmills,    where    the  visitors j^'J   will  be reached again  v,i,  yeur
Huehf       ol   Chan, in mind and strong in body and will  be shown over 'he plant  by ofli   "   the   council   deii.es   t���   go   anead
^^^^^^^^_   .       ���          '   fined    for a college    life and  In six clals of th,- company.     Mayor Bleary,*"- all the work which at present  s
N-w   York,  and   the   New   York  com    montba   lhi..   Buccumb   t()   temptation, the   aldermen,   and   their   wives,   a.e  suggested.
mission,  and    the  members  ol    thei    ��t'i]  tell    you  Wi,y.      They    have Invited to accompany the party.     As                 Total indebtedness.
legislature,    armed    at    the    King's   heen going to a secondary school tin- the ladies have only two hours in the      ihe   lot.il   bo.ided   luUcu.euu
street wharf, it was mei  b)  ti,.-  V.i-d-r  a horn.-   Influence.      The)   come city, atrip on the river is Impossible,  ti1L. eUv    is    $_,_:_.i,h,,i,    and
mont  division  ol   the  national  guard  tq college as their own  masters and though  if time permits the Columbia amount flxed  hy  statute is oneui,.J
and   the     visitors     wore  escorted   to   ln a few  months  they  fall under  the Cold   Storage   will    lie  visited,      The  0.   ty,   assessment,   whlcll   lav   year
^^^ party wiij return about   11 o'clock to
of
us   lhe
City   Hall   park,   where   literary   eater-  alluring  vices constantly  Haunted  be
cises were held over which Governor  for_ their eyes.'1
Prouty,    chairman    of    ihe  Vermont i    He  said   it   was  nothing   new
boys  in  their first  two
amounts  to a,out $5,3.1,-00,  ihe cuy.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    'is  thus in a position  to  raise
The   members of   the   local  council   |_,t.U(.u,t
IVanOpuver fo,- other  feBtlvlti-
that |    The   members of  the   local  council   b(.uluie  ._.sue  auotliei-   ��-loo.uu.i.    L_-
years at col- are  reminded of the invitation to at-  -du,y   w_,ai  proportion  oi   me   water-
Tlie  program  Included a prayer  by   lege gave way to temptation and "de- tend  the great meeting in the Opera i wo.-a
the Rt Rev. Arthur C, A. Hall, Pro-  generated."      He  proposed  the   Lng   House.   Vancouver,  on  Sunday  after-'
testant   Episcopal   bishop  of  the   dio-  lish and German methods to stop this  noon        Seats   will     he   reserved   till
Farman denies   that    he is contem
plating flying across the channel, and
Count de Lambert, the third aviator,
who was reported as on the point ol
trying to get over '0 Bngand through
the air, gives no evidence that ii Is
bis intention.
NEW SCHOOL OPENED
AT WEST BURNABY
Reglnas bad a lend of two when the
whistle called half time, and the general . ipression r.f opinion was that
the old champions would have to
make good In the third If they were
to aave the game
Extra  Time   Played.
In the third Lund opened tllf' sror
to Departing Principal, Who
Goes to Oxford
The new school at Wesi Burnaby
was officially open.-i on Wednesday
evening of th.- present week, the 6>
ling, and the West  Kiid    drew   level   caalon   being   c.lehraie.l   by   nppropn
I wiih a  beauty  from  Warwick.      He
I was closely  checked, and   Robertson
,w.,�� sen-, to tho fence for eomlnR In'o
c nu ���  with  In ni
[teriiKje   however,
gone ahead, the ball mterln gthe net
in a  mele    which    gave     Munn   no
chance of    watching  it.      Naturally
'h,- fourth  I   ked nothing in energy
Patchell shone with a long run down,
.it,,l Lund  Bcor, ,1,    making   the tally
'it'1  all.      The    ,-hecking   continued
hard, and  Don   Dlgby    came  to  the
fence for a breach of rules.     Nothing
furthei nas done, and the teams left
'he field a draw.
Atfer parlaying for some time It
wan decided io play five minuter r-eh
way. the first goal to count, The
We��| End managed to keep clear In
the first five, with the siopr- ln their
favoi nn (hanging over Gifford
engineered a run down. passe,i to
Okey Sm'th, and Purdy scored amid
applause.
atv ceremonies.
So  rapid  has  been   the  growth  ol
....    .     Burnaby that the new school wUl he
before this In- twk,e ,*ht, slze ot the old on--, while
lhe Reglnas had arramgam��nta ;ll, already being made
to double the capacity ol the building
just ci-vct.d. The new edifice has
four moms, and plans are already
being   drawn   up   loi   Che   e.,ct.o:i   Ol
8  extension     which,     wti. n-completed, will cosi near!)   J300.000, wlll
  ���--    -     ,_,e borne by tbe city, and wnat propc~
cv8t. of Vermont;   welcoming address-   lowering  of     moral     standards.       II.   3:16   p.m.      They    ar..     requested  to ttJ
es  by Governor    Prouty    and  Mayor said  that   the  hoys   should  be  made wear the order's ribbon, the two Mi. s-
Burke,    of    Burlington,    an   original   self-reliant   men     before    they   enter j    Tho  Vancouver    and     Westminster
poem by Bliss Carman and addresses  colleg,.   and   they   would   he  able   to councils   have    ready    the attractive
by     President      Taft.    Ambassadors  come and go as they pleased without   booklet  of  B. C.  Industries    and  de-
Bryce and Juseerand, Governoi   Hugh-  tin.  necessity of constant supervision I velopment,   which   will   be   presented
es  and    Postmaster-General Lemieux .which    only    tended    to make them|to the visitors at the reception at the
of   Canada.
CHILDREN FROLIC TURKISH PARLIAMENT
IN QUEEN'S PARKi        FROWNS ON UNIONS
Hotel   Dunsmulr,
Over One Thousand Youngsters FrorrvAre Too  Revolutionary for Leaders of
South  Vancouver  Enjoy Them.        |      the Young Turk  Party  Now  in
selves   Here.
Control.
a four-room addition 	
The official opening was held at' trlbuUon of innumerable candies kept
the close of the past instead ol the ^ children pleased through ihe
opening of the coming term on ac- long dav. This Is the largest picnic
count Of th,. faei that the. pr.-s.-nl held in the park each year bv cbil
principal of the school. Arthur Yates, l(,ren gucll fest|vlt.t.s promote c-or-
of  Vancouver,   will   n<H   be   returning ^^���
next term. Mr, Yates was the sue-
cess.;'���l ..indidate for the Rhodes
scholarship for this province this
year,
The children engaged in games till j Constantinople. July 8.���The chani-
Sout.li Vancouver helj a picnic at 'ber today discussed the law on
Queen's park yesterday, about 1;1U_ strikes. The minister of the interior
coming ov.-r by special cars from opposed the formation of trade unions,
Cedar Cottage and neighboring sta- declaring that they formed an institutions on the interurban line. ThlB,tion Lostlle to capital.
event is an annual one, the choice of j The representative of the minister
ih.. park last year justifying a repe- of l,ub"e works made a violent Speech
tiilon of the same place again. ,'�� support of the same idea.      Many
The  children   engaged in  game   till  deputies  opposed  it.
about   seven   o'clock    directed   by   the I     The   chamber   finally    accepted,   In
teachers,   and    enjoyed  a  thoroughly i principle,  the    prohibition    of    trade
good     time.       Races     and     baseball ,unionB.      The Grand Vizier wag pres-
games occupied the time, and the dis-,ent during the discussion
FLOODS SWEEP THROUGH
CENTRE OF CITY
Springfield,     Mo���    is
Swelling of the Jordan  River
���Many Lives Lost
ion by the municipality ol Rioiino., _,
bas not transpired, but ol tne bylaws
Whlcb the city lias promised tu submit for jtrlotly civic purpose,-, tlie
following have been provis oual.y approved: Royal Columbian hospital,
new    .building,     .30,01)0;   Incinerator,
.li,,000; new- lockup and police court,
$--00; advertising, $4000, Columbia
street paving (less $l_.uoo from B, C-
E. R. Company), $40,000; and he-ting city hall, $.000. The sewers ou
Celunibia Street, estimated at about
$.0,000, and an estimate for ibe outlying   streets     which   has     been  pre-
��� pured  by Mayor Keary and Alderuiau
ll.nley   will   also   he   an   addition   to
Devastated by the debenture issue. Whether anything will lie asked U'r the parks tins
year remains to be Been. No'luug
so far has beeii deeiued will relet-
ence to ilu.. new Bapperton school
site, whether it will be purchased out
of current revenue, or lrom the loau
Spring-  issue.
Other   Expenditure.
The cement sidewalks on Columbia
Springfield,  Mo.,    July    8c
field  and  vicinity    are    suffering  the!
worse   flood  in   the!,-   lustor,-   follow^
ing the overflow of the Jordan river,  Mreet, and the First street sewer issue
tbe  reBtilt of a rainfall    early  today-
conies under  the   local   Improvement,
dial  arrangements .between the cities.
/ The Teams.
The teams lined up ns follows:
WEST I.Mi
Mi um Coal.
Digbj Point,
Hai! rait),        Cover.
Marahall      1st  Defence
Bible)        2nd Defence
Battson     ird Defence.
Sangater ventre.
��� Warwick 3rd Home.
D Rnrtl tl 2nd Home
���\   Lund Is, Defence     ^^^^^^
" s" ms.',, iniiside Purdy  'V'\.'.'..t
1  Henry inside. P, Hum,
Referees   W   Gilford  and  L.  N-'U>
Pli    keep, rs���,1
The pupils of the school and the
residents of the neighborhood, by
whom Mr Yates is highly respected,
took the occasion to present him with
sonu. token of ih. ir esteem, and in
the course of th, opening ceremonies
RFCl\'A *le was nl!U,e the recipient ol two ad'
...   f.     ,    dresses, one from his pupils and the
\\     K out  s        ,u.r   fl.om    (1|,.ii.   pBrent8
.,,  ,    ,       ,    Willi   th,.   addresses   from   the   par
'  ,toner,8on   ents Mr   Yates was presented  with I. ���
handsome  suitcase,    while  from  his |
pupils he  received a  pair of brushes
bearing his monogram In silver,
Mr. Yates replied to the addresses,
in a very ne��t speech.
Principal  Burns, oi the Vancouver
Dr. McKay
Pays For Cannon.
Madrid, July S.���It Is officially announced here that Cuba bus paid to
the Spanish minister in Havana. Sen-
or de Ayala, the fi>'st ��f the three annual instalment- of $300,00tl for Spanish cannon left In the fortresses of
Cuba and claimed by Spain under the
terms of tbe peace protocol.
AIRSHIPS   CHEAPER
THAN AUTOMOBILES
Paris,  July  8.���A  French  company
___________________________^^^^^^^^^^^_.        and does    not    affect    In.   borrowing.
that amounted to nearly seven inches, 'po^^jj  0[ t|,e  cjty
Th,. river, normally but twenty feet, Last year $1311,000 was raised by
in width, runs through the luiri of the sale of debentures, and the bonds
the city. The tremendous downpour sold well above par, when the mat-
sent it up without warning and soon ket was not as easy as ii has since
the stream wag half a  mile wide. become,  so  that    when    the  council,
Three  persons  are  reported   io   be should  the   ratepayers    approve   tbe
drowned and the damage is placed at bylaws  to  be  submitted,  shall  go  lo
$750,000.      Scores of  residences  were the   financiers,   there   is   little   doubt
Hooded,  wholesale  houses and  factor- j the   loan   will   b_   negotiated   reiulhy,
ies   were    partially    submerged,  and particularly  as   the    passage  of    the
thousands of dollars'  worth of goods amendment  io  the  Municipal  Clauses
carried away. act at the last  session of  the legis-
Numerous small houses w.Te moved lature  will    facilitate    the  sale  tw**
from  their    foundations,    and  it  was fall.
Wi.h'a-ip.rcapi.a. has'Teento-m.. \^T^Jl^^SSLS^ rile I
roofs to rescue the occupants
The :
to,build first-class airships _p cheaply |S^~to��^iW-i����&~^ 'lonjof _
that every spori now owning a high 'debirls.
power automobile can  afford  to have I    'n_e waters spread out over ihe suv-
oii,.  In  addition.      The  new  type of rounding country, causing muili dam-
ir.ishlp   Is   100  feet   long,   5!2   fee.   In  ag(_   t0   the  farms  and   farming  prop-
diameter   the busket having room for |OTty.     The wat.-r is receding,
he persons, will cost  no more than
FOR MISSION SHIP.
$.",000.       One    airship     built   at   this
price hns proved a  complete success.
M--
���.la
W.Patchell
11. Gifford
H.  Fletcher
II. Mackenzie
J.  Fitzgerald
K  Mackenzie
A   Smith
Passenger Vessels Collide
in Dense Channel Fog
Dover.   Eng-,  July  8.���The
steamer \Vhak_Ume,  running
Norma] School, and Rev   .... ...���. ,
minster  Hall,  both of  whom lEealand, was towed In her
w-.-re    present,    also    addressed   the
meeting,
I    Keary   and   Sib-
.1. Lynch and C
' ''       Impi,-, s���I'
Il ^^^^^^^^^^
SVinding of Teams.
Won.  LbSt, Dm
' "  ::       i       l
���    End l      3      l
l,,:i'  ga s ar,. yet to be played
GRAND  TRUNK   SHOPS
TO  RUN  FULL TIME
Yumi
Died   Far From   Home
Montreal, July 8,  -A sign of revjy-
Ina business was furnished today M
Z announeemen, that the Q����g
Tnink shops at Polnl St, Charles ytW
,.,,��� full time again, commencing to-
'"Sim" a   year   ago  last   Angus...he
.   Arifc,   .luly" S.-1'apers    ills- time'has"been"7Jo"B "'Y^YYmn-
covered among the effects of a stran- wor'i   on   Saturdays.       ine  new
*�� found dead at the Southern Pa. will be V or 6 week days, ana i w
clflc station  ...day  Indicate  that    the Saturdays.    This  nu.     ���  ��n  htm^
bod) is that of   sir   Arthur   Keppel week more to each man, and a
Powell  Stepney  of   I-Dndon,  an   Eng- stantlai   addition   to  the   �����f
I-i,  baronet  Of  large  eVtn.o  and    a come.     The order affects   about
V| ���'���mist of -distinction. thousand men.  -
Brick Block to Be Built
Where Great Fire Stopped
The    syndicate    which    purchased the last builfllng to be de^'^��d.he
''��  Begble   block  site  on   Columbia the  great    flre,  will    commence
'_'!���  inst west of    the Burr block, Iconstruction of a brick bioca at
'on    the old  foundations,    which ar
***44 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 'still In excellent condition
��� m        ��� . -���-
Lady Grey Not Seriously III.
Ottawa,    July    8.���It      was
��� TenderVclose'tomoritiw ^ B.GVJJ.
��� Salt, the architect.      It Is stated Jina
. ..     ....   . th. -&*^to_sJ��J&
' tuned at noon today that the   ��� block, and will cost ��10.u-'��-        ^w
rondiilon of Lady Grey ls not   ��� cations for accommod'itkm in   "_.^
 ^^ ��� Wock  hav*'    alread5r   JSSiUv ln se-
��� and theiv will be no difflcnUy ta
��� curing tenants should a god  ����
*   .......ii--  i_ y��n-__rucieu ne".
regarded as serious, but that
Captain Newton Is more serl-
o-js.
���������������������������������������������������������
ment building be constructed ngm
the heart of the city.
British broke
to    New
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      lo,l,,\    in
a sinking condition und beuched, The
Whakatane  was  in  eollislon off  Dun
gennes,   in a tog   w'th
steamer Circe
The   Circe    ^^^^^^^^
able to proceed ou her voyage
The   Cii'.'e   then   steamed
Dover for assistance,
Several tugs pui ,,,u and proceeded
al  top speed to the sinking steamer,
Social Held at Queen's Avenue Church
Yesterday   Was   Success.
A very successful social was bo'tl
in the Sunday schoolroom of tn.,
Queen's Avenue Metnodist church
yesterday afternoon and evening. The
affair was given by Miss L. M. Marshall and the Misses Crake, and wain aid of the mission Ship 1'dal. Wtien
the receipts were counted at the
end of the day it was found that over
$20 bad been taken in.
The function was largely attended,
^^H and In  the course ol   lb.   evening  an
NIMROD  ROOSEVELT entertaining    program  was    rendered.
toi ENJOYS  HIMSELF  Those  who  contributed   to  the  even-
No   vork   was  done  at   lhe  bridge
in connection with tlie rais-
,:.,,, will be made today, when fresh
l.cistlug tackle will arrive Hom EVer-
..ti The wrecking foreman ;s con-
fid.n: ihat the engine will be raised.
N'aivasba, llrllish  Bast  Africa, July
8.���The   Roosevelt   expedition   Is   en-
One of these was lashed to the Wha-  jov;nj_ good hunting and all members
vikane's side and    the    pumps were 0,  ,hv, ]K[Vly aV(1 Wl.n     T,,is |n(onnft.
I'nn was brought into Naivasha to-
dav by couriers from the Sotlk dis-
jtrirt
Mr   Roosevelt bus killed a splendid- |
the Prenoh kept at work, drawing water trom th
M I holds  that  were  almost   full        ��hen
wiu   damaged,   but   Was'the Unci*  arrived here  she  presented
to Rot-'an     extraordinary     appearance
Willi
ing's amusement were Misses E anil
F. Curtis, who rendered several selections upon the piano; Miss Mack
and Mlsg Huckland. who reoitSdj
Miss Patricia Rennle. Miss P. Murpby
and the Misses Crake, and Miss Vera
and Hazel Kenny, all of whom rendered vocal duets, and Mis.s Lilly
Bowell'and   Mrs. \v. T.   Reid, who
t ordain.
No  l'ves   were  lOB'
"her stern lying d'eep In" the water. All |iy""i_ianedTlon, one ilon.-ss nnd four | gave solos.
bad
;0o persons  the crew were mustered forward. S'x  rll no(vri.
������������^ tie brought down the Hon while the
.T..i W|-.tadin_     sonic   passengers,   salvage  tugs  and  other  vessels were
��.   also "aSa h��i   number of i lending assistance    in    the dlflerent
She  also  (arriea a   iiia after' onerntlons    of    lowing    the   sinking
\nl,,ilhi%,h��:tTuck t'lr.'e will the seam'r to the beach. The Circe
l''i���V;f inoher st an. 'oo the had crashed into her amidships, mak-
Wl,  ta an    in   tow8  bU,   the  hawsers   ing a great rent In her side.	
SUFFRAGETTES ATTEMPT
TO BEARD THE KINO
Make  Raid  on    Buckingham    Palace
But Are Repulsed by th��
Police.
PRINCESS VICTORIA
BREAKS AEL RECOROS
i he, sl   was  In   full   cliai'g
penetrating ths middle of the chogt.
Kermii    Roosevelt   has   secured     one
ib.g bull eeland, one lioness and two
1'b.inoceri.
Th,. party Is coming in to the farm
.of Capt. Richard Atterborough, on the
|south   stiore   of   Naivasha   Lake,   for
hilipopoUimus bunting.
K,v  a  C- Brown,   pastoi oi   Um
church   addressed   the   gathering   ta
the  bullet jlh.  00UW. <"' the evening.
Montreal Customs Receipts.
Montreal, July 4.-The Customs receipts for June show an increase of
$275,000 over the corresponding month
of last season Total collections. $1,-
336,283, compared with $1,060,325 for
June,  1908. _______
Makes  Run  From  Seattle to Victoria
in Two Hours and Fifty-nine
Minutes.
Presbyterian Conference
Sanctions Use of Tobacco
New   York,  July  8���An   unsuccess-  from alcoholic drinks  as * JjJJJJLj?
ful  effort was made  to  pt,r tobacco [the report was unanimously sustaiiKd-
London,  July    8.���Angered    by  their       .._,  _.  ���_   .
failure    to gain    an   interview  from ftll ,previOU8 records tor t_e  run  u
Prime Minister    Asqulth,    the  Pank- tween gtat0e and victoria by three
hurst faction of the �����ragett^ trieo Canadian Pa-
Xta^^WHlnt^^.S' Ra��way steamship Princess Vic-
Buckingham Palace. Mrs. Pank
hurst led the van. There was no
speciai detail of police to keep tn>-
women out, but th* regular pata"
guards on duty gently but ��nnly
ejected tbem from th. palace Sjoana^
There was none of the vtole^
which attended the women s last raw
on the House of Commons.
toria, Capt.  Hlckey,  yesterday  made
the run from the Puget Sound port
^^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   on th-e list of harmful Indulgences by
Victoria,  B. C.   July    8.���Breaking !t_.e chairman of the temperance committee  at  the  Brooklyn    Presbytery
meeting yesterday. Its use was classed  by  him as  an   "associate  habit"
tending to encourage the use of liquor
At this point the stated clerk, T.C.
McClelland,  offered    an    amendment
, "that we also plane our ban on tea.
from full speed to slow down, In two ��*��*��� '<* "^"S** ���"* chew:ng
_ . ������ ...�� gum as associate habits,
hours and fifty-nine mtautes. ine Thereupon ensued a discussion hing-
tastest time made previously was the lng mor* upon the irony of the stated
record of the Princess Charlotte of clerk's remonstrance than the harm-
three hours two and a half minutes. J>"����^Lof |��?JL��fCO-    Ife..���,1'��*"��_!
��� party was defeated.    Total abstinence
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909.
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Classified Advertisements
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WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
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If a man had gold dollars to sell  a    fifty cents and did not  let the  people know anything about it, he would not  sell  any.      You must tell  the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and   son
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too  many of us  have  got the habit of thinking  that because  we have been  a long time   in  business  everyone mus<  of  n cessity   know   all   about  us   and   c
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily News and  keep abreast of the  times.
WANTED���-HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
by man and wife; no children. D.
N .  News ofllce.
WANTED���TO RENT A SIX OR
seven room modern house in good
locality: furnished or unfurnished.
Hale Bros. & Co., L'd., Columbia
street.
RENT���SEVEN-ROOM     HOUSE, I
with bath,  $1-  per  nionih.      Apply
Mowatt street. 2H0 Eleventh street.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR    GENERAL
housework, Enquire 36  Leopold l'l
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vant, no washing. Apply Mrs. W-
T. Reid, 51  Royal avenue.
WANTED���SMART  WAITRESS.  AP-
ply Kenny's restaurant.
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D.  GOODFELLOW,   ARCHITECT,
Room  14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
(Vii,hon  Block.    Telephone _!S.   ,
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance Agents-
City,   farm  and  Bupurban   property,
260 Columbia slreei.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front streel, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specification., prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B, C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, building
Btone, etc Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street. New Westminster.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. HEAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 336. 186
Columbia street. P. O. drawer 100.
WANTED���BY YOUNG MAN EN-
gaged in night work. Single room.
Must tbe qaiet. Apply Box 666,
News
WANTED���GIRL    TO    WORK      AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES .'ROM
town, one mile from new car Une;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 443. ,
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postoffice, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
LOST.
LOST���WILL THE PARTY WHO
was seen picking up a lady's belt
in the grounds of the Central Public school, kindly return -same to
Mrs. C. A. Welsh, 123 Sixth street.
CARRIAGE 8HOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
 | ELECTRICAL WORKS.
LOST���SQUARE     GOLD     BROOCH, ^~^~N~^~N~
set  with  four    emeralds   and  four | THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO..
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
bouse painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street,  New  Westminster.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     1,
Guichon block.      P. O. Box 604.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province ottice, Columbia street      I'h,me 62.
and  November,  al B p.m       Annual 'purchaser within  forty-five d
meetings on the third Thursday of the date of the first publican,
February.     New   members   may   'IL' jnotice unon you, and  in  di fa
proposed and elected at any month- caveat or certificate of lis penu
ly  or    quarterly     meeting.      C.   H. jlng tiled within such period   ,,
Stuart-Wade, secretary. I fault   of   redemption   before   i
tion, you nnd each of you win
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOUSE, I
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Specia)  attractions  provided  during
the season.      Advance ticket ollice, I
Ryall's Drug Store.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-1
>bia    street. Fins-class    moving
pictures;   illustrated  songs;   numer- j
ous attractions.      Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
'"in
tills
01
be.
de
tra-
for-
O O F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE ever estopped and debarred v
No. 3���Meets   In   Oddfellows'   hall,  ting up any claim to or In r, ,.
Columbia street   every Friday even  ,the said  land,    and    I  shall   ,      ter
ing at 8 o'clock.    Visiting  brethren  Peter Henderson as owner the     : m
will  be made welcome. (!.  E. Gilley,  fee.      And  I  hereby  order th
N   Gv   C.  E  Osborne,  P G.  record- i cation of this notice for thirty i_
ing secretary S  dally  newspaper publish,,! ,. v
 ��� Westminster, will be good ai      ng,
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES jclent service  thereof.
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No.  17,  A.  F.  and  A   M.;   L.  0. L.
Dated   al   the  Land   Regis, r        g .,.
New- Westminster, Province ,,-       tl ;
No.  1150;  L. O. Lt., No. 1593; Court   1909
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. IV;  C. O
F.   Court    Westminster,    No.   330;
Brotherhood  of Owls,  Nest  No.  29
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Columbia, this 3
rd day of Ma.
'��� 1),
1909
C. S. KEITH
District   Regis
���:
To   Yuk    Ch,
e.    Chew    Sin.
Kap,
John J. Weir.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The-Fair,'' Columbia street.
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARR1S-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vanoouver office Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FOR  SALE
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS, 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
loom cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; 'bai-
ance  to   suit  purchaser.      G.   Hall, I BENSON_ & AYLING,  FISH, FRUIT,
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWO CHEAP LOTS, 33
by 132, South Vancouver; off Victoria road, D. L. 725. Price $1,5
each; cash $70; balance $10 per
month. Owner, 1822 Comox, Van-,
cooi ver.
Game, Vegetables, etc.     Begbie st���
opp. Windsor Hotel.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, hatn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms o_i the balance. Set- (
tiers' Association of B. C, Box 56
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO   LET���LARGE   BEDROOM,   COR-
ner Agnes and  Seventh,  No. 701.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED
Terms   moderate.      Apply
toria street.
ROOMS;
713  Vic-
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth 3treet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUH-
iveyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs.  Archer, proprietress).      Four courses, consisting of
soup.   fish,   boiled   entree   or   roast,
j    pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
Take notice that an application lias
been made to register F. McCleery as ]
the owner in fee Simple, under a
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER ;,aj�� �� ^ from Yi- mayor and
Columbia and Eighth. High-class treaBurer of the city of New Westmin-
moving pictuies, illustrated songs. gter to F McCleery, bearing date thy
Program changed Monday, Wednes- ,9th day of Jaruiarv A u ly04 of aU j
day and Friday. lan<J   singular   that   certain   parcel   or |
tract of land and premises situate, ly
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    H-M.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands wim
in the railway  belt in British Cola
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAl-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting jusi in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
ing and being    in the   City of New bia, may be homesteaded by any pal
Westminster, in the Province of Brit-I son who is the sole head of a fann.
Ish Columbia, more particularly known 'or any male over 18 years of age, ,o
iand described as Lots 91, 92, 93 and  tile  extent  of  one-quarter  section' ol
94,    of Lot 3,    Subdivision  Block  14.  160 ncres, more or less.
You and each of you are required | Entry must be made personally at
to contest the claim of the tax pur- the local land office for the dlstrit
chaser within forty-five days from the in which the land is situate. Envy
date of tlie flrst publication of this no- by proxy may, however, be marie >0
tlce, otherwise I shall register F. -Mc- certain conditions hy the fath r,
Cieery as owner thereof in fee. And mother, son, daughter, brother or 81*
I hereby direct that publication of (ter of an intending homesteader,
this notice ln  a daily newspaper for |    The homesteader is required to p<
form th^ conditions connected th roof    the   follow ing
thirty days,  published at  New  West
minster,   will   be   good   and   sufficient i with   under    one
ervlce thereof. I plans:
Dated  at the Land Registry Ollice, ���    (1)    At least six months' reslri'-iice
New Westminster, Province of British  upon and cultivation of the land on
cabinet   stair,    showcases,  mantels |c-lumbla   thl��� 26t��� day ���, February, ;.ach year for three yeara.
and detail work.   Designs and estimates  furnished.    J.   Brookes,   pro
IA.  D..  1909
prietor.      Works:   Corner Eleventh L^^E-tate E
and car line     D n ���"���- ���"-'   uh��"�� ua>nor MUVe
473.
Gaynor.  Joseph  E.
P. O. box 254, Phone
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
(2) If the father ( or mother, n uie
father ls decase<l), p�� the homesU-.ider
resldes upon a farm ln the vlclnliv of
the land en_Ted for, the requlrenvnta
as to residence may be satisfied -y
such person residing with the fattier
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
street   every   Monday  evening the   ..Land   Rpgl8try    act/,   shal,   bc i    six months'' notice in writing should
__'_��ir_p_r T-q      _rorcr.iH__r_     n Ah Ifl    _______ . ... . . ^ ��
bla
at 8 o'clock.    Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE N'O. 8
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
and those claiming through or under or mother.
ithem and all persons claiming any (3) if the settler has his perman Dl
jlnterest in the said land by virtue of \ residence upon farming land owoi
j any  unregistered  Instrument,  and  all:by  him  in  the  vicinity  of  his homi
persons claiming any Interest in the jstead, the requirements as to resld m*
] said  land  by descent, whose  title Is I may  be  satisfied   by   residence  npoi
not registered under the provisions of Uh.  said land.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
forever  estopped  and  debarred  from  be given to the commissioner ol Do-
setting up any claim to or in respect I minion  lands  at   Ottawa of intention
of the said land so sold for taxes as to apply for patent,
provided by the "Land Regis,ry Act." j    Coal.���Coal   mining  rights   mav
  [leased   for    a   period  of     twenty
years at   an  annual   rental  of  $1
acre.      Not    more    than    2560    I
I -shall  be  leased  tn one Indlvidu a
Take  notice,    that    :;n  application  company.      A  royaltv  at the rat,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
five cents  per  ton  shall   be colli
on ihe merchantable coal mined
W. W  CORY.
has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in tee simple, under a tax  sale deed from  the Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to Tbe Corpora-j Deputy of the Minister of the Int
tion of the Township or District of | N.B.���Unauthorized publican,
Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of this advertisement will not in
December, A. D��� 1901, of all and sin- jfor.
. ..-.ti.-i.vu    m-n.t.   nv   km-ii. .   gular  lhat  ccrlain  parcel ot  tract of	
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF   EAGLES,  ]anfl  and  preini8es  situate   ,yl d|	
Aerie No. 20.-M.et_ every Tuesday ibe4n    ,n  th.  Dfetr,     Qt    N      bw
evening at 8    p.m. In    the Eagles   minste-   in  the  Provlnoo of    Bmlsllj
hall, Columbia street.    A. Clark, W.  Columbia,   more     particularly   known I
Pres.;  H. Schofleld, secretary [and  des(,ribed  as    lj0lij 3 B'nd  4   of |
l Block 4,  being part of Lots 7 anil 8,'
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS- |Group 2, Map 456;  Lot 7 of Block 4,1
being part of Lots 7 and 8. Group 2
be
on*
per
res
of
ot
t.._
of
aid
LAND  ACT.
soclation, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W, Suuierland.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tlie jail   persons  i
board  room, City   Hall,  as follows:
Third Thursday    of   each   month;
quarterly    meeting    on   the    tmrd
Thursday of February, May, August
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Take notice that O. B. Jacobson, ct
,,,,,,,.,,, ,    -  Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
Lot 9   of Block 4, being part of Lots.intends    to apply    for    permission to
, and 8, Group .. lease   the   following    destrrliied   land:
You and those claiming through or      Commencing at a  post planted   at
under  you  and  all   persons  claiming Uia west end of Lewis island, thence
any interest in the said land 'hy virtue j northerly, easterly, somberly and <*<�����*
of  any  imivgi-tered  Instrument,  and terly   and    northerly,   following   me
" '    interest  in shore  line around   the  lsiund  to me
whose title  point   of   commencement     contain."?
provisions J800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
aiming
i ni-
the said  land  by descent.
Is not registered under thr
of  the "Land   Registry  Act,'-  are required to contest the claim of the tax
OLE I). JACOBSON.
TROOPS ARE SENT
TO SCENE OF STRIKE
Mayor of Glace Bay Asks fo,- Military
to  Aid   Him   in   Preserving the
Peace.
Halifax, July 8.���At 10:30 o'clock
last night a requisition for troops for
Cape Breton was received by ��� telegraph and soon after 25 officers and
510 men from the garrison here left
on a special train for Sydney, and
expected to arrive there early this
morning. The train is a heavy one.
The force took two machine guns,
tenis and camp equipment and two
days'  rations.
Ther^ are 250 men from the Royal
Canadian regiment. 20n Royal Canadian artillery, 50 Canadian engineers,
and details from the Army Medical
and Army  Service corps.
L ut-Col. Wad more, of the Royal
Canadian regiment is in command of
the force, and Major MacDonnell
went as staff officer.
Glace Bay, N. S., July 8.���This
morning all was quiet at the collieries
and no disturbances occurred. Crowds
of strikers congregated about the collieries' fences, but the miners not on
strike were not molested.
Yesterday  there  were   many  acces
sions to thr strikers' forces, and by
concentrating their effort., at No. 2
the largest mine operated by the company the strikers prevented the opening of the works,   -
Representatives of the United
Mineworkera of America, the organization which forced the strike, are
busy near the mines, urging the miners lo join the strike.
BELGIAN CREW WINS
GRAND CHALLENGE CUP
TACOMA   SUSTAINS  AN
$80,000  FIRE   LOSS
Taconia, July _.���Ths Peterman
Manufacturing Company's plant, consisting of a sawmill of 30,(li)i�� feet
daily capacity, sash, door and Interior
j finishing factory, located on lh.- tide
flats at Pyallflp avenue and P street,
was totally destroyed by a fire that
Started near tlie boiler room at 6:15
| o'clock this evening. Th,. loss is estimated at $80,000, with small Insurance. No city water mains near the
plant forced the flre department to
draw a supply from small creeks fed
by fresh water stTeams and the flow
of the tide from Commencement bay. I
D Is probable the plant -win be rebuilt  upon the pi-esent site.
Big  Race at  Henley Goes to  Foreigners,   Who   Defeated   Jesus   College  Eight.
NEW  GUN   SILENCER
IS APPLIED TO MAXIMS b?*0^*0*0*00*^^^
Henley
of    the
England, July 8-���The final
Grand    Challenge  cup   was
Religious Riot in Ecqua
Guayaquil. Ecuador, ,iuiy 8.���At a
celebration In honor of St." Peter and
St. Paul, today, a mob attacked the
police. Troops were called out. but
many of the soldiers joined the mob,
and a battle in which seventeen persons were killed and thirty wounded
was fought.
rowed off here today and won by the
Club Nautique of Belgium, which defeated the Jesus college crew of Cambridge by a bare length In the fast
time of 7 minutes and 8 seconds.
The Diamond Sculls, the second
biggest event of the Henley regatta,
was won by A. A. Stuart of Ihe Kingston Rowing club, who defeated Rudolph Lucas of the Mayenc0 Rowing
club easily. Lucas broke down and
gave up at the mlly. post, when Stuart was two lengths ahead. The winner's time was 8 minutes 31 seconds.
The Belgians took the lead early tn
the Grand Challenge race, a,nd passed
the mile post aliout threequarterg of
a length in front. Jesus College then
spurted, but waa unable to make
muoh impression on their rivals,
who, rowing strongly and with a
beautiful precision finished In time
which has only been beaten twice In
lh.- history of the contest for the cup.
Berlin, July 8.���Mr.  Hudson Maxim
Is showing  his  gun-silenoer  to    thei
Minlstery   of   War.     Experts  applied
It to the Maxim  machine gun today
for  tho  first   time  and   were  highly
satisfied with the result.    So also are I
German  artillerists.    The   noise,    re- .
coil and flash were annulled. It work-' J
ed  equally  wen  on  the Mauser and j
other rifles.   The only noise made was I
by the itaillets.    Experiments will  be fl
mad,, shortly  with  big  guns.
Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
CENSORSHIP OF PLAY
PROSTRATES HALL CAINE
London, July 8.���The dramatic censorship is held to be answerable for
the Sickness from which Hall Caine
[is suffering. When the lord chamber-
Iain's office barred "Tho Whlri Prophet." based on Mr. Caine's novel, the
author's health and nerves were so
affected that h<> withdrew to the En-
gadlne. He ls now resting there prostrated from mental strain.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
��*0*0*0*��*(^oo*o*o*o+o^^
UNWRITTEN LAW MAKES
APPEARANCE IN ENGLAND
London, July 8-���The jury returned
a verdict of noi guilty In a case In
which "the unwritten law'' was pleaded at Shropshire assizes recently.
Helen Elizabeth Mayer, a pretty girl
of   twenty-three years,  was  tried  be.
fore Justine Ridley for shooting at
Harry Gwllt, a postman, at Great Ness
on February 23. The girl fired at him
wiih a revolver which she produced
from her muff, the bullet grazing his
head Gwllt was submitted to a S'o-
vere cross-examination ,by prisoner's
counsel, and admitted having wronged
the girl. The counsel for the crown,
however, nTgued that there was no
such (thing as. "unwritten law" In
England by which a woman could In
jure or kill man. Miss Maver. giving
evidence, said she onlv intended I"
frighten Gwllt, whom she described
as a coward. By the judge's direction the glri was afterwards indicted
for common aBBault, and a simn1
breozft arose in consequence with 'he
Jury, wbo hesitated to accept the
Judge's ruling that she must he ro1""'
Ritllty on this count. Prisoner wn"
ultimately found-guilty of common assault and  bound over.
---��� irm.^cm ._ ��*r. .*�����--. FRIDAY. JULV 9,
1909.
THE   DAILY   JEWS.
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fishermen's Supplies
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in  All Kina' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Kish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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'  '\. 1 "-onlo. Ont.
Nev
York   Council   Passes   Anti-Noise
Ordinance   Levelled   Aciams.
Peddlers' Cnes.
*   A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
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CANADIAN AIRSHIP
HILL FLY UN JULY 15
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��� ��������������� ���
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Government     Aeroplane    to    Make    a
Trial   a:    Petawawa   Can-p   in
Near   Future.
.i        S - -Offlc al   .,, tlon
the B ,a_d ol Al. dnnen mark-
..   Btep foi Ward in tl     cro
. -,,i ..un,., essarj Btn et ���������
,i dissenting vote i
:, ordinance -.,, prohibit    the
ol   huckst,: a    and  the i
ni . .     .. king   nois..- ma le   on   varl-
i iments  i,y   v. ndoi b
M si  , . the  in,!,' c. Bsar-   nol       ol
ainsi which public pro
: ..-, n   ,, ],i at, ,11.    ei d
i  n   the in- SSUI -
a li .-.     11,    act  now goes to
M    ��� r  McClellan  for  a  bearing.
Th    >, ������, iws-
-   Hon   l    No    peddler,     . i I
��� i oi     K ,. tei   -. I,,, ;, les ., trade '
evei nature on i he
-':���.-. a.n 1 thorough tares of the city
,,w  upon or us.   or suffer    io
be blown ui on o    i    I any horn or
>��� I..:  U tl! mi '-ut. nm  make or suffer
or  i   mill  i.. !,.. in.,,l,   any  Improper ,
ie-      li nding *,, disturb the peace and
qui. ���  of ;-.  nel ;hl 01 hoo I for the pur-
ol  directing   attention    to    his
wares  o.   t;a>l<-  Or  calling,   un lei   a
penalty of ii"' more than five dollar-- '
i,,i each offence.
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gsining In fsvor every dsy.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.     The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
������_��    III ��� ��� .-WMI   >���-_-*���--���-_____-__________���________���
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Advertise in ihe
Daily News
in aw ,. i-i..,- -. F W Baldwin and
assistant a... busy _i Petawawa camp
assembling Lhe par's of Professoi
Ji. li".. Silver Dart aerodromi li la
,i to give several demonstrations ii uu, July 16, which officials of
I th^ militia department and representatives ol the press will be Invited to
at tend.
"We are here," said Mr, Baldwin,
"at th,- Invitation -i the Dominion
government to show them our aerodromes in oiK-ration and give them
first chance should they desire to buy.
bu. we also have an Invitation trom
the government of the l'nited States
and should Canada not avail hei-s.lt
of the opportunity after witnessing
the coming demonstrations, we shall
le.-.*��e iieia- for the Other side to eon-
untie our work there. Dr. Bell's in
Vt-ntlon is long past the preliminary
'stages lt is a practical working
I machine, the manufacture oi which
lis v.ing gone ahead with m the workshops ;w Baddeck, N. s."
Professor Bell is noi ai Petawawa
although he accompanied Mr, Baldwin
las far as Ottawa.
NURStS WHO FOLLOW
THE FIGHTING LINE
Newly    Organized    Corps    of     Women
Volunteers   Goes   Into   Camp   In
New   England.
AT THE HOTELS.
(Model Sign Works j Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
[old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo   p. Young, Prep.
Travelers' Cheques
Travelers save mOnjy using these
Travelers' Cheques, because 'hey
know exactly what their funds are
worth In any country, each cheque
having engraved clearly on the face
its value In Domestic and Foreign
moneys
This is the safest, most available,
most convenient and most economical
mapner to carry money when travel-
"*g.      Further particulars  upon  appl1-
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth St
Russeh   Hotel.
.\lis.~ EC. Buckley, Vancouver,
li a. curl.-y,  Vanoouver,
Oeorge A. Moore, Toronto.
P.   B.   liallett,   Vancouver.
W. S. Cameron,  Vanoouver,
L. M, Craven, New  York.
\v. Buteht-t, Vancouver,
ll. Kennedy. Vancouver,
L. A. Scott-Elliott, Vancouver.
London,  July   8,���A.   I_,-v,   a  distant
suburb oi London, a military encampment has just broken up the like ol
which the world has sure!-, never
seen before. tea inhabitants were a
detachment of the Nursing Yeoman
ry, a corps of women whose duty in
war time is to follow th,_. lighting line
and succor the wounded.
Th.. affair was no picnic, bin a
serious effort on the part ot the women lo Inure themselves to i-.millions wnich might arise during actual
warfare- Everything was done In
grim earnestness. They groomed
their own horses, did sentry duty Bt
night, slept in tents and worked from
-"reveille" to "lights out" with their
'ambulance wagon and stretchers res
[CUlng and treating imaginary wounded mvn.
A  notice in  large letters  Informed
Ithe members of    the corps that "no
talking  Is  allowed  In  the  tents  after
.lights  out,' "  and   the   women,   ii   is
stated,  took   their  work  so   seriously
thai   this    rule   was    obeyed���within
reason,
'*!
Putlic Market
Market  Clerk  D, E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m. to is p.m. Fridays 1 a.m. to 6 p. m.
Phone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER   VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
L
Keen's Stall
for
BEDDING PLANTS
VEGETABLES, HERBS.
Monk's   Stall
Fish and  Came
Davies &.   Son
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and   Bedding  Plants.
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
cation.
Ilie Royal Bank of Canada
Ne* Westminster, B. C.  Branch.
F.   Shute.   Manager.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Oorner Kightn St. tnd    __tth Aven.**
PHONE   170.
BOWELL & ODDr. Prooriatora.
NOTICE.
Notice   Is   hereby   given   that   th-
' ;:   River   l.umiber  Company,   Um-
���ed,'   having  applied   to  His  Excellency the Governor-General In Council
lor u...  ...    .
r the approval of a certain site for
������  construction   of   certain   booms
in   boonilng   grounds   in   the   PiU
"v"', In  th0 District of New West-
ii itiM-.r,   Province  of   British   Colum-
;|:l- have d-��poslt.ed with the Honora-
' " th.. Minister of Public Works, at
11 '���'������'.   plans    of    said  booms  and
"     " grounds, together with a de-
;'_/h'vn of the sit. thereof, and have
���';���" deposited a duplicate of each ln
'"��� Offlce of  the  Registrar of  Deeds
"r "ir,  roia  District  0f  n,,w  -west-
"���roster, in which district said works
��e propored to tie constructed, in ac-
'"Manoo   with   the    requirements   of
���section   7  nf  the  "Navigable  Waters
�� ">:��'ftion Act," Chapter 115, Revised
��� '.'lutes ,,f Canada, 190G.
Dated .lune 24  1909
,    WHlTBBnJB ft  EDMONDS,
Solicitor- for
f'tt River Lumber Co., Ltd.     >%,
Royal
Standard
AND WHY IT IS A BETTER
FLOUR
W,. us,, selected wheal from
the best wheat producing regions Of the Cana,linn West,
where the sunshine is long.
where the s<*'l Is rich, giving to
th,.. wheat thai qualliy Of gluten
-liii-h inak. s the very tln.'st
flour.     This is factor No, 1.
Scientific milling whirl, follows Ui,, wheat siep by step, se
lectlng onlj the be.. and puns.
portions of the wheat grain and
making it Into the most parted
flour.     This is factor No. -���
Car,, exercised in storage and
mark,-Hug so that 'here is no
possibility of deterioration from
the time the flour Laves our
blinds until it reaches you. This
ls factor No. -.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Stan
dard Flour? And besides, in
every 4!��-li-. sack there Is a
numbered coupon entitling you
to n chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
Windsor   Hotel.
K. A. Bailey, Vancouver.
J.  W. Struthers. Coquitlam.
\V. Peat, Vancouver.
Arthur s. WhlteeMe, Bunbury.
W. _. Whiteside, Bunbury,
Mr.  and   Mrt*.   Skea,  Langley,
J. Could, Revelstoke,
M. Nagle, Everett,
o. Abel, Vancouver.
R, Graham, Coquitlam.
U. Fraser, Brighton,
A. s. Svudei-oii. Calgary,
11.   Nelems,   Chilliwack.
11. L. Boper,  Winnipeg.
James K.-v. Van,-ouver.
Robert ci b,  Portage La Prairie.
CLAWS  OF   EAGLES  ARE
MENACE   TO   AIRSHIPS
HIGHER   EDUCATION
FOR   DANISH   SEA  COOKS
London, July -.���Danish sailoiinen
are going to be Uie best foil in the
world, thanks to the United Shipowners' associations, which about a
year ago turned an old Greenland
whaler Into a schoolshlp tor ships'
cooks. This whaler, the Constance,
is lying in the Dolmen canal, opposite the Bourse, and near the busy
llojbro square. Tweniy apprentices
hav,. undergone a thorough culinary
training, and expenses are mor,. than
covered by serving the fo<Kl to the
public at popular prices.
There is no pleasanter or more original eating place in Copenhagen today than th.. Constance, where in tine
weather meals are served tinder a
sun awning on deck or vis,, in the
spotlessly clean cabin. One can gei
a very good lunch, on there '-i- u
quarter of a dollar and col I ,1 hi
range from   10c up.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
]    Berlin, July s     Dr. /.ell, the famous]
zoologist, hud a talk with ih- Kaiser
concerning  the   dangi rs    thi eatening
aerial   navigation    from    eagles aud
other hig birds of prey.     The Kalsci
1 wauled lo kin'.,   if Hi..iv- Was uOt i-a'iu,
kind of protection, bul Zell said noth
ing could save a iballoon from the
sharp talons dl ing birds sav,- some
means ot frightening 'hem away
from aiiacks.
1 The talons of eagles and other big
birds," said th.. doctor, "me sharp us
.-, razor, and an eagle could demolish
the largest balloon i��� a tew moments."
The Kaiser ordered the director of
the zoo to experiment with the eagles
und'-r his care to see whether noises
or oiher means frightened them,
INHABITANTS OF MESSINA
RETURN  TO  RUINED HOMES
GOVERNMENT    LOOKS
AFTER    LOBSTER   FISHERY
Ottawa, July 8, Captain VVakeham
of the fisheries protection cruiser
Princess, will begin next week a
tliosough Investigation of the lobster
j tishlng Industry of Quebec and the
Maritime provinces. The invesii.-a
tlon wns ordered last session of parliament by the fisheries committee,
and was supplementary to the work
I done by that committee last Spring.
Captain Wakebam will take evldanoe
ai many places In the east from tish-
���.���micn, canners, and all Others Inter
eoted in the preservation an I develop
ment  of the  lobster fisheries,
SPEOAL
All our nobby Two-Piece Suits and
several lines of Three-Piece Suits
are reduced.
TWO-PI ECE
$12.00 Grey Suit, now $ 8.00
15.00 Single and Double-Breasted     9.00
18.50 Medium Dark Grey   13.25
TMREE-
$22.00 Medium Dark Grey.
24.00 Medium Light Grey.
26.00 Medium Light Grey.
PIECE
$16.00
. 17.00
.   17.50
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
Messina, Sicily, July 8.���The people
of Messina, although still alafmed as
a result of the car<h shocks of yesterday morning, are beginning to return from the country. The local
authorities have nJo,..e,l stringent
measur.-s to p.event anybody occupying houses that are not considered
safe. The shocks continue today, but
they are less frequent and of diminishing severity.
FORTY ASPHYXIATED
BY ODORLESS GAS
| Dortmund. Prussia, July 8.���Odorless gas which escaped through a defective valve In a blast furnace was
'responsible for the asphyxiation of
forty persons at Hoerde, near here,
yv-sterday. The sufferers were removed to the hospital and the physicians
ln attendance have hopes of saving
Ihem all. A majority of those overcome where etrtcken in their homes,
wheos the odorl-sa gas penetrated
withotlt their being aware of the fact.
FALL OF BUILDING
ENTOMBS   SHOPPERS
Detroit, Mich., July s���The third
floor of a building on Woodluwn nv.-
nl_, occupied on the first floor by five
and ten cent stores, collapsed at 9:110
this morning. Many women and children wer0 In the stor,-, and It is believed are burled in the ruins. The police
and flre departments are working
frantically ln an effort to rescue the
entombed persons.
To Seize Cables.
Melbourne, July 8���As the result
of communications with the Imperial
authorities the Commonwealth government wlll shortly Introduce a iblll
enabling the Commonwealth to selie
contToi ln time of war or emergency
of the shore ends of ocean cables
touching Australia.
Bank Clerk Remandede.
Saskatoon Sask., July 8.���John C.
Phillips, Insurance agent, was arrested today and will be taken south on
Sunday by U. S. Deputy Marshall to
face a charge of embezzlement In GUI
j county, Arizona.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ifflce 'Phone 18t>.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   dellverea    promptly   to
any part of the city.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
���   Miuni. '
* CANADIAN PACIFIC
Bl Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
Bargain Sale
CHILDREN'S  AND LADIES'
Hats and Millinery
THE LATEST STYLES ALL GOING
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
To Seattle���Daily at il p.m. direct
and 111 a.m. via Victoria.
I To Victoria���Daily at   10  a.m.  and
II p.m.
Ught and Heavy Hauling U "***"" Satda> Bt u
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT. I    Tf> Prince  Rupert���Every  Saturday
ut  11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Secoml
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union. Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Saturday
at S p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraaer river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at �� a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwack at 7 am. on
Tuesday,  Thursday and  Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
Connor and McQuarrie
��1 COLUMBIA STREET.
ED. OOULET, Agent.
New W-stminst-r.
or
 ���     C. B. Foster,
I Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent,
1 VancooYer, B. o~ *
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909.
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Dai y News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Victoria  streets.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
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N, w- Westminster and t_i._ mainland
generally may In- pleasantly surprised
to see it traveling majestically
through the air one day before the
su.iiiner is at  an end.
AN  ERROR
FRIDAY. JULY 9,  1909
A  NATIVE AEROPLANE.
In article appearing on our front
pug,- yesterday under the heading of
"The Dogs Bark," a misprint occulted
In 'he second line of the third paragraph. This should hav.- read: "thai '
virtually commenced its career with
the handsome sum, etc."
"GET THE HABIT"
Just Think of It!
EMERALD   PLATES.   (7-INCH),
80c   PER  DOZEN
In these time, w-nen every Inventor
is cudgelling his brains to evolve an
airship or aeroplane that  shall  be al
FRENCH  DOCTORS MAKE
IMPORTANT   DISCOVERY
TODAYS  SPECIAL.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the sann-
A   FEW   BARGAINS
Tw0  lots on  Eighth street  between Third and  Fourth avenues:  $800.00 and  $750.00.       Easy  terms.
A   full   sized   lot   on   the  corner of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. for $650.00 cash       This is a beau.if.
ful lot
A few  lots on  Fifth avenue  for $450 each  on  easy terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.
This is a  snap.
Properties for sale  in  all  parts of the city.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
See my  list.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block, Columbia  street.
PHONE  159.
Paris, July  8,���Doctors  Delor.
once superior to any other and fulfill Dutcil, after many Interesting experl-
the diff-.ciiH conditions of being able ments, announce that, the entrance oi
. , ��� __, , . ��� j , ,,,. ������ , .��������� air into the veins Is always a most
to ascend and descend easily and sate-      . ,, .     ,   ,    ,,   ,        ,	
serious    matter,    hut    that    a small
ly.   whilst   possessing sufficient   buoy- \fano]ml  is  ���ot  necessarily   fatal.
anoy   and    lifting   power   to   carry   al    Medicine  lias  acknowledged  iur 200
practicable  load for any distance, II years or longer that the entrance ,jl
air  into  the  v-ins  Is liable  to result
Is  interesting  to note thai   a  British
Columbian   engineer    named    Gibson.
resident in Victoria, has succeeded ln
producing  whai  is described  as  thelare
most .practical aeroplane yet designed��� i"1"'.'.'-.* _"'
Full details of this new machine
are not yet to hand, hut from the l""'"
tieulars so tar made known we gather thai it possesses the valuable merit
of h.iiig able to rise within less than
iis  own   pngth  and
fatally.        The      new     investigations
:proved, however,  that not  the  air itself but the microbes impregnating it
responsible   for  cases   of    illness
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These poisonous microbes or 1 a-
cilli," say the doctors quoted, "are
carried by the blood io the heart and
settle on that and oilier vital organs,
multiplying rapidly. Life or death
of the patient depends entirely upon
,the nature of the microbes. ln the
.light  safely  on  k,usl   dangerous    instances   local  dis-
OUR   SALE
The best turn we can do for you. Sir, is to tell you of our
Great  Clearance  Sale.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to look over your
wardrobe���make out a memorandum of everything you can use,
and come here at once and stock up all around.
we'll save you dollars I \ Ryall's Drug Store I
Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
eases are created which can he cured
by proper treatment."
any   reasonably     level     spot;   that  it
i_ absolutely stable and cannot' "turn
turtle;''   wliA'st   the  arrangement   of
the plane mechanism is most simple.  TWO THOUSAND BACHELORS
11   these   decided  improvements   have LOOK  FOR   HELPMEETS
been  attained  the Gibson  machine  Is
To those who "know" about these clearance sales of ours, this
advertisement will bring gOO_| news���news refreshing to the pock-
etbook.      These sales are always a  money saving  proposition.
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$16.00
two-piece
suits,
$12.00
$2.50 straw hats at  ..
..$1.75
$1500
two-piece
suits
$11.25
$1,51) straw hats at ..
..$1.00
jis.no
two-piece
suits
$ 8.75
$l..i(�� straw hats at
...65c
$12.50
two-pieoe
suits
$ 8.50
50c
certainly superior to anything of the
London,    July    8.���Two     thousand
bachelors .from  all  parts  of  Belgium,
kind yet known.   We observe too that jmany  fTOm  France,    and  some from
Its  gasoline engine developes energy ,Germany, swept down the other day
at the rate of 65 hors_ power.   It can-\on  t_le  villas,
not   therefore   lack   motive   farce,     a
very important consideration in such
PANAMAS
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a machine.
The provision of a really suitable
engine for propelling these air craft
is one of the most pe/rplexing difficulties that the aeroplanist or aviator
has to contend with. The gasoline
motor has not. yet been sufficiently
perfected to be absolutely vreliable
These motors have an unhappy knack
of breaking down just at the moment
they are most needed, and it is of
course decidedly inconvenient, not to
say dangerous, to have the _>owe_ that
furnishes the means of flight cut off
when the machine is suspended in mid
air. We have seen it urged by an engineering authority that this power
should always be furnished in dupli-
eate, so that if one engine breaks
down the other can be put into use.
The suggestion seems to be a sensible
one, though of course such a provision against breakdown means some
addition to the weight t0 be carried.
Yet this addition need not, it Seems
to us, be considerable. The Gi'hson
engine, vve are informed, weighs 222
pounds and developes 65 horse power,
as against the 25 horse power of the
Wright aeroplane. Here is probably
a surplus of pow.,r. It should not
be difficult to construct two engines
of the Gibson ty_x. io develope 40
horse power each, al an increase in
weight ot something less than 70 lbs.
Until the gaoling engine bas been produced that is absolutely reliable���
and We do not gather that the Gibson
engine has accomplished this���i
would surely be worth while insuring
freedom from 'he trouble of breakdown by the installation of a duplicate motor at the cost of a small increase ill burden.
it would appear that future developments will all be along the line of
the aeroplane, as distinguished from
what is generally known as the airship. The latter depends for its buoyancy upon its ballon or gas bag, a
circumstance that handicaps its effectiveness as a Hying machine in
several way.--. For all practical purposes the airship proper is out of the
running and Inventors are now devoting their attention almost entirely to
the plan.- type of vessel. These plane
types are all improvements upon or
modifications of the principle which
sviii-es  the ascending and suspensory
power oi the familiar box kite, li is
to the ingenious arrangement of their
planes thai the Wright, brothers OWe
thei,- succ-ss. Bul Mr, Qobson seems
to have effected great Improvements
uppn the Wright model and to have
Simplified the plane construction to
si  valuable extent.
Our Victorian engineer has also achieved a great advance by getting his
machine off the ground within a space
of fifty feei'. This is practically a
direct ascent and to accomplish such
a result has for some time been ihe
object and desire of aviators, Sir ui-
lam Maxim, on of the world's great
mechanical geniuses, spent much lime
and a considerable amouni of money,
in the early days of the Bcienc*_ of
aviation, in trying lu attain thla end.
That It should have fallen to a British Columbian engineer to oven-,,1,1,.
this difficulty, which we assume Is
due to ih,. speed and power of his
engine and consequent "acceleration,"
is something we may well be
proud  of.
No announcement has yet been made
as to when the Q-libMn aeroplane will
�����___�� U* 00O61U4,  _i_L lhe j.uovlu u.
of Ecaussines Lalaing
Ito find brides. It was the sixth
yearly marriage mart, as established
by the maids of Ecaussines, and the
proceedings were a great success. The
bachelors included all sorts and conditions of men���tradesmen, clerks,
mechanics, miners and laborers. One
man of 72 had traveled all the way I
from Luxemburg to find a wife, to
whom lie promised a dowry that '���
would place her beyond want.
$10 Genuine Panama Hats for
$ 6 Genuine Panama Hats for
$7.50
4.50
Men's White and Colored Hard-Front Shirts, all
sizes, $1.25 and $1.50 values, to clear, each. .75c
U.  8.  SENATE  DECIDES
TO   PROHIBIT   COUPONS
Washington, D. C, July 8.���Decision to recommend the prohibition of
prize coupons ln tobacco and snuff
packages and practical agreement to
increase on most of the provisions of
the tobacco schedule of the administrative portion of the tariff bill, wer_
rrported at a long session of the Republican members of a subcommittee
ot the senate llnance committee yesterday. The increases will be made
not only in the tax proposed by the
house in plug and cut tobacco, but on
cigars, cigarettes and snuff.
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100   BOYS'  3-PIECE   SUITS
REDUCED 25   PER  CENT.
$7.50 Suits at $5.60
$6.00 Suits at $4.50
$5.00 Suits at   $375
ENTIRE   STOCK   OF   CANVAS   HATS   HALF   PRICE.
$1.00 Hats at 50c
75c Hats at 40c
60c  Hats at    30c
Consider these sample offers    and  test
whether  our offerings match our ads.
us  by     ascertaining
REID & CO.
PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN I
601    COLUMBIA   STREET. I
All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment
of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels
New   Copyright   Fiction     $1.25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,   Cloth-bound    ., .75
Popular  Copyrights,   Paper bound 35c
English 6d.  Novels 20c, 3 fo.   50c
Seaside   Library 15c, 2 for 25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO. I
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CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all  kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you see costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to please  my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all  high grade.
SHOES
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MEN'S
Oxblood    Oxfords,   Bluchers $4.50
Velour Calf Oxfords   $4.00
Patent   Leather   Oxfords $4.00
$3.50 Fine  Kid   Blucher Boots. . .$2.50
LADIES
Oxblood  Russia Calf Oxfords,
pair    $3.00
Chocolate  Kid Oxfords, pair  ....$2.50
White.   Blue  and  Pink   Canvas  Shoes,
regular  $2.50,  for    $175
White   Canvas   Oxfords    $1.50
Patent   Leather  Oxfords    $300
TENNIS SHOES
Men's Tennis Shoes   85c and $1.50
..75c   to  $1.25
Ladies'  Tennis   Shoas.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HA ND PAINTED CHINA.
ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For  Wheat,
etc., ask us.
Barley,  Oats,  Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay.
We will see that  you   get   It   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phono 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.
.asterbroo
Ebitrne,
FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl-
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Cn. vlovr anp feed merchants.
PRONT  STREET. New Westminster.
BAREFOOT   SANDALS
Children's  Sandals    $1.00
Misses' Sandals   $1.50
These are the best barefoot sandals
on the/market.   Get your child a pair.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C. FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1909-
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE KIVK.
THE
Cash Store
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Cash Store
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* STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M.. EXCEPT SATURDAY.
AN
Important
Announcement
WE WERE VERY FORTUNATE TO SECURE SUCH A SPLENDID RANGE OF MANUFACTURERS'
SAMPLE SUITS. AS CAME TO HAND TODAY. THEY ARE NEW SEASON'S GOODS, ADVANCE
STYLES. TO BE CORRECT, AND TAILORED BY ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN MAKERS OF
READY TO WEAR GOODS ON THE CONTINENT. EVERY POPULAR SHADE AND ALMOST
EVERY NEW MODEL REPRESENTED IN THIS EXQUISITE SHOWING, HAND.OMLY LINED
WITH GOOD QUALITY SILK OR SATIN, AND BEST OF ALL. NO TWO ARE EXACTLY ALIKE.
AMONG THEM   ARE  A  NUMBER   OF   STRICTLY   PLAIN-TAILORED COSTUMES. BUT EVERY SUIT
HAS AN  AIR  OF  EXCLUSIVENESS THAT MAKES THE WEARER   A   FASHIONABLE   AND   WELL
DRESSED  WOMAN.
THIS DEPARTMENT   IS   NOW   IN  CHARGE OF MISS  ROSE,  FORMERLY   WITH    MESSRS.   W.   A.
MURRAY 4 CO., TORONTO, WHO WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW   THESE    SUITS    TO   YOU,   AND
GIVE YOU EVERY ATTENTION.     DO NOT BE AFRAID TO ASK TO SEE THEM, WE DO NOT EXPECT EVERY  ONE TO BUY, BUT WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO    MISS   INSPECTING   THE   MOS'
UP-TO-DATE  STOCK  OF  ADVANCE STYLES IN LADIES' SUITS  AT   PRESENT���WE   ARE  CONFI
DENT IN  SAYING���ON  THE COAST.      AND ALL AT RUSHOUT PRICES FROM $18.00 TO $42.b0.
SPECIALS FROM OUR
HOUSEFURNISHING SECTION.
Tw., pieces only white and cream
curtain nerlm, with stripe; double
width; an .'x'ra special.  Per yd..10c
New Pompadour, all round and non-
collapsible Hair Rolls, the new fad
at tho present time; all wanted
shad-a; full sizes.   Each, ,25c and 35c
FANCY   CURTAIN   MUSLINS,
15c PER  YARD
Odds and ends ot curtain BUlflUM
whii-. with frill, white with blue spo'.
and fancy colored muslins, a limited
vvi, only. Regular 2i>c and 35c,
f ir, per yard     15c
5  PAIR8 OF STOCKINGS FOR $1.00
In tan or black, ladies' sizes; plain
cotton hos**. a special offer for this
sale. 5 pairs for $1.00
$125  DRESS GOODS   FOR   35c.
i'li.- quanlit. uf dress goods we
have s��>ld at this ridiculously low flg-
ure would surprise lots of people���
especially if they saw the values we
.ne giving nt this price���but they
have to go���oc*_ this time Is no consideration���and we have added more
to om former assortment, as it is Hie
"���mi v,, require, not the goods. Reg-
ulai  values to $1.25, per yard   35c
SQUAW BAGS,
75c  EACH
Clearing out the remainder of this
stock of bags in olack and brown
leather.     Regular $1.60, for 75c
25c NECK FRILLS, 15c.
Your ehoico of any of our regular
_0e or 25c neck frills, in white, cream
and colors, each 15e
*itil a uI,,, selection of ilms,. regular 76c Silks, though an enormous
quantity has been --"id these lasi
'lire,, days;  try a little,    Per yard 25c
Big clearing of ail embroidery remnants this week end; you will be
abl ��� In get almost any length you
want among these���providing you get
hei,. early���m  HALF PRICE.
WHITE  LAWN
12 YARDS  FOR $1.00
About 400 yards only of 'his Victoria lawn. 10 Inches wide; extra spe-
Clal,  1-  yards for $1 00
See the clearing prices on our simi-
mer muslins; you can hardly fall to
bo BUlted in Hi's assortment, nnd Such
low prices, too, from, per yard . .7'/2c
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
.ird-n at Tidy's
Evi        ing f..r th
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'iln ��� ig Dunsmulr left  tor  the ls*
bin.I st. iday.      She  is  expected  to
ani-,. In   pun   to-lay   will   a  scow   of
coa    ��� m  Ladysmith.
S3 :. [er leaves every week day
excepi .-hi,rday at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Wei island and  way  points. Sat
urdays at 2 p.m.; returning same day.
B, ���   v .  rtlsement in ibis issue        * *
A meeting of tli,. Westminster Be-
in\vi. v society was h-ld yesterday
afternoon. The application lor relief showed no unusual distress in
lh- cltj
Th,. annual el,met, parade oi 'he
Orange lodges in this city will take
place io St. Stephen's Presbyterian
church on  Sunday evening, wln-ii Rev.
Iir. T. Wardlaw Taylor will preach.
i For first-class cut Bowers arid any
kin, ,.i Floral woi,., telephone Davies'
(V-   i.uon.... R208 **
Tlie steamer Beaver arrived In
pon yesterday afternoon. Sli.- had
on board sew ml carloads of cattle
and a n nu er ol' swine, besides a
larg.-   amount  of  produce   for   today's
marke1.
J- .it arrived, a carload of Rovn
.Hoc. Flour, .nil assortment of b._ ���*.
24, 19, 98, no . in stock. Hale Bi-os.
'_ Co., Ud.
The members of the Sunday school
jf the Olivet Baptist church   ;-. k ;iv... j
annual      excursion    to    the    Second I
beach,  Stanley  park,  yesterday.    All
.hose attending enjoyed a thoroughly
.good time.
That    light,    delicious,   wnoiesome}
bread you so much enjoyed at your
llnendV iiousL. was made with  Robin
11 Hood Flour. **
The interment of tbe remains of
Miss Isabel Kuhlman will take place
Iat the Catholic cemetery this morning, the committal being preceded
by a service at St. Peter's Pro-cathedral.
Todd's    great    clearance    sale    of
''pianos   will   shortly   close.    Jump   ln
now and secure a bargain. **
The local corps of the Salvation
i Army will hold lts annual picnic to-
iday, the objective point being Stanley
Jpark,    Vancouver.       The    car    will
leave the city at 8:45-     The public is
invited to attend.
Shoe repairing done neatly and
quickly at A. Matheson, s 666 Columbia street, by J. Ashman **
The Westminster football team will
be unable to meet the Cumberland
team in connection with the Orange
cele! ration on Monday, as although
the Mayor has declared a civic holiday', the manufacturing businesses
will be open, aud tbe boys cannot get
away to play.
On Twelfth street, near Fourth ave
nue, you can buy a good lot for $30t��.
One hundred cash, and telance in
small payments. Across the road five
or six hundred dollars is being asked
Tor similar lots. This is an exceptional chance for men employed in th,-
carshops and mills to secure cheap
lota handy to their work. White,
Shiles & Co., city. **
Provincial Constable Gammon was
at Pitt Meadows yesterday to see
that the farmers are observing the
Canadian Thistle act. which requires
the agriculturalist to ke.jp this troublesome plant in control. The law
imposes a penalty of $20 for failing
Uo destroy the weed, under the a_-t
o(  the provincial  legislature  in  1K95.
An excursion to Ladner will be held
under the auspices of the Rose of Columbia lodge on Saturday, July 10,
leaving   New     Westminster    by   S.S.
i Transfer at 2 p.m., returning th. same
evening.      Tickets, adults,  75c;  chil-
'dren,  30c;   may    be  obtained   of    J.
jSchmerl,   -16  Sixth    street.      P.   B.
!Brown, 1" Begble street; Bowell &
Oddy, Fifth avenue.     Friend and sls-
iters cordially invited. **
Your Parlor, Dining Room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Store or
Office can be furnished by buying at the right place.
That is
W.   E.   FALES,
The Leading Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
612-618 Agnes Street.
ESTIMATES   GIVEN   ON   REPAIRING   OR   FINISHING. PHONE   176.
PO R   SALE
Between 250,000 and 300,000 feet of
CEDAR LUMBER. First-class lumber for under-drainage and building
purposes. TO BE SOLD CHEAP TO
QUICK PURCHASERS.   Apply
J.   REICHENBACH
NORTHERN CROWN  BANK OFFICES,  COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Lime Juice
25c  Bottle;   $1.50 Gallon
Lemonade
25c Tin.
Cattle Wash
$1.U0 gallon.
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
���   The cheapest and best
ani for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
50c and up.
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW WESTMINSTER,
For Thursday, Friday and
Saturday Buying.
Regular.     Reduced to
WOMEN'S TAN   WILLOW CALF BOOTS ...$6.00        $4.75
WOMEN'S TAN   WILLOW LOW SHOES.   ..$5.00 $3.65
WOMEN'S   DONGOLA   8HOE8    $3.50 $2.60
WOMEN'S   DONGOLA   3HOE8 (Small Sizes) $3.50 $2.20
WOMEN'S  WHITE   CANVAS   SHOES $1.75 $1.25
(All SiZeS).
WOMEN'S  CARPET   SLIPPERS,  PER  PAIR 25c
See our Bargain Tables for the above
lines.    We are determined to clear
them out, and the price will sure see
them go.
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W. E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE SHOE MAN.
HOLMES BLOCK NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter Is an
instance:
New Wesi minster,   June   23,   1909.
A. W, McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
* Ltd.,  New    Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���1 beg to thank you and your company for  .
the prompt settlement made for the    loss of    my mure
"Nell," tor although my claim form was only  completed
yesterday I have already received  cheque  for  $200.00  in
full  payment, Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).      .1. A. CllBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for  particulars.
ALFRED   W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. mP      v PHONE 62.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
EXCITES MUCH INTEREST
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along thej line of the B.||C.
Electric   Chilliwack  Line   and  V.  V.   and   E.  Cloverdale to   Suinas Railway.
Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
d-ersigned anj endorsed "Tenders for
Post Office and Customs Finings at
Ladysmith, B. C, Public Building,"
will be received until 4; 30 p.m. on
Monday, June 21, 1909, for thp work
mentioned. Tenders will not he considered unless made upon and In accordance with tlie conditions contained in forms furnished 'by Department.
Plans and specifications may be
seen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladysmith, B. C, and at the Department
of Puhlic Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Puhlic Works, Ottawa,  May  27,  1909.
QUARTIER LATIN GIRL FIGHTS LION
ABOUT TO DISAPPEAR WITH LONG HATPIN
Ancient   Haunt   of   Bohemians   to   Be ' Deserted   By   Her   Escorts,   She   Puts
Pulled  own  By  Paris  Municipal
Council.
Souvenirs
OF   THE  CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY   NOVELTIES.  SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Paris July 8.���The Latin    quarter,
the Mecca of American visitors in
tiv,. French capital, has been doomed.
Within another six months lt Is improbable that a trace of the picturesque section will remain. Hous,. wreckers have begun work in carrying out
the municipal Improvement plan
whlcb has been decided on.
The time has come to cleat- out the
old and squalid neighborhood across
the Seine where beautiful new streets
will he laid out and fine buildings will
rise. Tlie property, which belongs to
th,. city, will be administered so as to
bring in revenue, whereas, it is now
clearing expenses.
One of lhe head architects of the
city of Paris said today: "For many
years English, American and German
students and visitors loved to live in
the narrow streets and liked to rough
it in blissful ignorance of baths or
barber shops, but they no longer de-
Bine such a life. They prefer hygenic
apartments .that are light and cheap."
Up  Plucky   Resis.ance���Terribly
Mangled.
San Jose, Cai., July 8.���Miss Isola
���' Kennedy, daughter of John Kennedy,
lof .Morgan Hill, was attacked and ter
rlbly mangled yesterday by a Calii'o.
Inia lion, fifteen miles south of this
city, while she was on an outing with
two young men. Th_ lion first sprang
ion one of the men, then attacked Miss
Kennedy, who fought as best she
could With a long hat pin.
The male escorts ran to the camp of
the Bay Cities Water company, near-
jby, and gave the alarm. John Con Ion
and M. Fletcher hastened to the gill's
aid. The former fired four times at
.the auinia. with a shotgun and Fletcher  fired   three   shots.
The girl's left arm was terribly mangled and ber entire body lacerated
Her condition is serious. One of the
iLoys was badly scratched.
Visitors   to   A-Y.-P.   Fair   May   See   a
Practical  Demonstration  of  Domestic Science Work.
Seattle. July .���A valuable feature
of the Educational Department exhlbli
of the Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition
i, found in the demonstrations ol the
classes ln domestic science of the various public schools throughout the
state of Washington.
Arra -.-, ements hav,- been provided
when v. classes in ibis department
will give demonstrations of their progress, by preparing and serving a
series of dinners and luncheons at
stated times dining the geason, Al
these affairs, plates will be preipared
for about ten guests, and every detail will be carried through by the
j girls   Of   the  class   represented.
The boys from the manual training
class of the Olympic school bave tilted the kitchen oi the educational
building with tables, -helves, cup
boards and other articles of furniture
and iln- culinary arrangements demonstrate a model kitchen ami dining
loom.
lb., dlfferenl class:, in domestic
science will have possession of this
depart ment of the building for about
ten days at a time, and the classes
will be selected from such schools as
Include this department of Instruction
in their course of education, h has
proved a particularly interesting feature of the educational departmenl,
and the pupils already participating
have won wide praise and many compliments,
P. 0. Box 474.       Tel. 53.
Res. 4.9.
CROPS   IN   MANITOBA
ARE LOOKING WELL
following   is
pust received
director     ot
the    Depart-
-The     crops
,. looking very
-horter growth
Ottawa,   July   8.���Tb.
)a  copy   of  a telegram
i from   Doctor  Saunders,
! experimental   farms,   hy
ment   of     Agriculture,
1 throughout Manitoba ar
well and will average a
than  the  crops In   Saskatchewan and
Alberta, due probably to later sow-
ilng. They are growing rapidly and
'the   weather   is   very   favorable.     At
Brandon experimental farm the crops
ire  in   excellent  condition,  and   well
idvanced.
SLATES CLAIMED TO
BREED   MICROBES
PRINCESS OF WALES
DETECTS AN  ERROR
J
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
_. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Rank Department���Deposit;-
received in sums of $1 nnd upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
annum  (present rate).
Tnta'  Afcsets over $188,000,000.01).
���-E.    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D.  BRYMNER, Manager.
London, July 8-���One by one busy
���prying scientists are unearthing the
unsuspected homes of the mischievous microbe. Their latest exposure
lof a happy, hunting-ground of these
| microscopical marauders is the appar-
j ent ly innocent slate of our childhood's
[ school days. Alarmed at this, the
Norfolk County educational commit-
I tee have recommended that the time-
I honored school slate should be abolished, and pens or pencils and paper
I used ln Its stead. Five hundred
j teachers, however, have come to the
rescue of our old-fashioned arithmetic
tablets, and have petitioned the committee to hold their destroying hand,
wiin the result that the subject has
Leen "referred back" and the slate
has secured at least a reprieve.
London,   July   S.���Fleet   street   now
recognizes the Princess of Wales as
a  "corrector    of    the    press."      Her
Royal   Highness  recently   visited   the
offices  of    a well  known    publishing
jfirm and was keenly interested in Inspecting   the   sheets  of  one  of  their
| publications   which     were   shown   to
I her  as  they  came straight  from  the
��� printing    machines.      She    was   the
I first to detect that there was an error
on  one of  the  pages  which  had  escaped the notice of the editorial staff,
'and pointed  this out to ti_o_,. in attendance  on   her.      Orders   were    at
once given  for  the necessary alteration; to be made, and, though a considerable expenditure was Involved ln
the process, a new plate was cast.
GOVERNMENT  PENSIONS
OUT IN COLOMBIA
GOVERNMENT PENSION
DICKENS' GRANDDAUGHTERS
London, July S���"In recognition of
ithe literary eminence of their grand
I father   and  in   consideration  of  their
straitened circumstances," is the rea-
I son given yesterday for granting a
! civil list  pension of $2.50 a week  to
each of  the four granddaughters    of
Charles   Dickens.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers _ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.            Phone 105.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY   2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE  7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c.
Colon, July 8.���A revolution has
broken out in'the Republic of Colombia against the government of President Rafael Reyes, who is now in
London.
'Iliis news was brought into Colon
by tiie British steamer Median that
has just arrived from Savanilla.
Barranquilla and i.s seaport, Savanilla, 177 miles away, are in the bands
of the  revolutionists.
SHAH   OF   PERSIA   GETS
FLYING   MACHINE
London, July 8.���It is reported that
| the  Shah  of   Persia lias  purchased  a
J.  M.  COMPTON, Manager flying  machine.      He  says  he wants
lio see what an airship is like.    Con-
 1sideling   the   disturbed   slate   of     his
kingdom, and the alarming case of his
ex-brother autocrat of Turkey, the
possibility is thai the Persian monarch requires a safe medium for getting out of his capital n an emergen-
Icy.
Toronto Hotel Sold.
Toronto, July S.���The Grand Union
hotel, corner of Front and Simcoe
streets, has been sold to Geo. A. Spear
late manager Corby Distillery company. The price paid for the property
was $100,00ti, which is probably the
largest sum paid In Toronto in such
a transaction, especially when it is
considered that the purchase includes
not the land and building, but the contents, good will, licens- and o lease
which has forty years to run. It Is
intended to spend $20,000 in Improvements,
Record Bank C'earing.
Vanoouver, July 8,���Greater thau
any previous week in the history of
tlie city by approximately $700,0.10,
bank clearings for Vancouver for the
week ending today reach the stupendous total of $5,938,692 a figure so
close to the six million mark, thai it
Is confidently predicted that 'his latter mark will now be reached within
th_ next few weeks.
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and  endorsed  "Tender for
Poslollie.. Killings, Vancouvei-, It. C-,*'
wil] he received ai ibis offlo, until
5:00   p.m.    on     Wednesday,  July   21,
909,   for
lhe work mentioned,
English Watchmaker.
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12.. *���
>
Stiver Watches, gents' open fac.
f6.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open case
|7.90 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elglr
. atches.
Watch "repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
TW  doors  from  Gee. Adams. Grocer
I'Ians, specifications and forms of
conlraet can he seen and forms Ol
tender obtained al this department on
application to Mr, C. Toss.-ll, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, li. C.
Persons tendering arc notified that
tenders will not l>e considered Unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed wllh their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to tho order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, ��quai to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
jof the amount of the tender, which
will ibe forfeited if the person tendering declines to enter into a contract
when called upon to do So, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted
the  cheque will  be  returned.
The department does not hind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 30, 1909.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this adverf'sement lf they Insert It
without authority from the department.)
Alligator Attacks Trainer.
Pails, July 8- Princess BUva, an
alligator trainer, was attacked by an
alligator today In the presence of a
big crowd al Luna pan; while i xb
biting ihe animal, which recently had
been brought from Florida, H seized
her right arm In lis jaws und was
crusihlng it, when she drew a revolver
wllh her left band and fired live shots
Into the alligator's bead, making it
let go its hold. The woman's injuries were not fatal.
Land Rush Continues.
Moose.Iiiw, Sa-k., July 8.���The land
rushes at the Dominion land office
continues unabated. During ihr month
of June the following entries were
made; 1,116 homesteads. 838 preemptions, 16 purchased homesteads
and 70 South African scrips.
Test  Electrical   Instruments.
Ottawa. July 8.���The department
of Inland revenue announces that ii Is
prepared to receive eh-ctrieai Instruments for examination or testing at
lis electrical standardizing laboratory
ai Ottawa A scale of fees Is publish) .1 in ihe ('an tda Gazette,
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
S.S. TRANSFER
ier
PALMER
BRO-.TWO
A.NI. FOUR I
���CYCLE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
rentl. Sire ;t,  ���   New Westminster
Commencing April  1st  tin
Transfer    will    leave    Brackmui
wharf every  week day alt. iw     , s.
cept Saturday, at li  p.m.  f_,   ,      ,.
Westham Island and way port
urday  at   2   p.m.,   returning .
Westminster Saturday  ev.nii
RUNS TO  STEVESTON  TUESDAYS
AND   SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Wsstham
every week day morning, . _
day, at 7a.m., and Ladner .
Friday leaves Westham lslan
and Ladner at 6: -15 a.m.
Additional    trip    Monday    _
leaving Now Westminster at '
This  schedule    subject    t. ,.���
without  notice.
For freight and passenger ���
ply to
ROBERT JARUIM
Mm..
We Are Selli
ing
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound
30c
No.  2  Dairy   Butter,  per pound
25c
BEST  VALUES  IN  TEAS  AND  COP-
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE   (FRESH
GROUND)   IS  A WINNER
ADAMS & DEANS, Groceries and Crockeryware
TELEPHONE   97. COLUMBIA STREET.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should g-et one that will give perfect satis.
faction in cooking and baking, is economical in the use of fuel, that is cool
to work over in the bote w atber, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
if you wish to be satisfle 1 In thefiereepeote you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have Inspected It. The prices also of these ranges are
much lower than those of other makes. ('.ill lu and inspect our
���itock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market *
Phone 192
McMENEMY & /.Mil.KSDX       Columbia St.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW.
\ Millionaire Goes to Jail.
I San Francisco, July 8.���John A.
Brown, a millionaire land owner who
has figured In various hind fraud
trials In recent years, wus yesterday
ordered lo the Alameda county jail
to serve a Befit ence of one year, imposed after his conviction of baying
defrauded the government out of valuable timber ln Northern California..
The wrder was issued by United States
Judge Van   Fleet.
Entombed Ten Days.
St. Gall, Switzerland, July _.���A
young woman, who ten days ago was
caught in a caveln of a railroad tunnel, was dug out alive. She suff-rvd
tbe agonies of cold and hunger during .his period, but managed to ���-_.
'aln life by sucking moisture from
her clothing, on which wat?r occasion-
ally irlckletl. She continued calling
for help until she finally was heard
..nd rescued,
I P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
-    announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA   8TREET.    PHONE   101. FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE  SEVE-I.
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fEI.nti-icRaijway Service\
. _________���.__^**^���
ALIiUHOL LtSSENS
ITAKCE OF BODY
TO BELITTLE TtACHER
IS NATIONAL SUICIDE
Interurban  Line.
for Vancouver   and    way
lUon8   wm   run   every   half
,���  5:50  a. m.   L*��*
.- n p. m
[eave. Vancouver at
....   depot   every
.,.,...   tor both Bap-
, ty  limbs over the
City Line: Cars leave train
office on tbe hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the iiour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, r.onim .nclng at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hoiiriy between 8:30 a. in. and 11. p. m.
f      bus   French   Scic.V..   D:
Drinkers  Succumb  More  RcaJ I
To Disease Than Others.
iat   Ee
J
ent   Canadian    Educator   Speaks
at the  National  Educational
Association.
i July is.���Th,.. i   ��� ,.< h  govern-
foi   ib.��� in     I lme in i I
istlcal i...imi ni ,i conipreii nsive
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
PHONE
vow- Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
ti dely-Tead paper in New Westminster. I'hone
^^^+++ +���* * ************ +
\ tising man.   A 'phone call will  bring him to your
��� place of business.
i   Oolo,    July    8.���"National
lii a in  the direction ol   belU-
teacher,    n the future is to
*tng    a.-    .1    h.i-lVi    the    I'-aellel
musi bj. regarded as a leader and not
a teaoner of letters.     Starve the col-
a';'' j I*-. ���      starve the people.'
.        advice  lrom  Jam. b   W.   Ro .-
president   of   MacDonald   col-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��. j leg  . .- ... Anil,- de Belleville, Que.
kinship between a,...:,,, -m  ^ th    ,,���,,������,, ���r ������. N���;	
il muereu.osls. Dr.  Bertillon uuotiV.  1.>ll,,(,iliI1.il  A..HJ(,;���ioi)  today.
Mr.   Robertson  said   thai  the  agri
cultural -schools must he more closely
^^^mr i _lt_l .u.    .   ���_-^
f   shopkeepers.    Twice   as   111.1.1.   ol
il   : character nuo niu causes
developmem  ol  alcholli
di      ���       Dr.  Bertillon,  iiv .-min -.it 1
on   hygienic   subjects,
the results the suujeci 01 a v3-*y
���
WE   ARE    READY    TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
li'.iildings built witn our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where ' real
cheapness lies?
made 	
.g address  before the Acade
Ileal  Science.
 P#	
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
���uiosls, Or. Bertillon quo. 11
he itatlstics of mortality atnoi_; iiv
ol     intoxicating   liquors    a.s
ompared with that 01 all other classes |alUed wjl)| (h(, ,,���.,��� spools Uj bring
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the adver-
lt4*4*4**444+S+++*+*S9++++a 4
t+++++++++++++++t
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY AT ONCE.
Fraser   River   Tannery,   Ltd.
tli. former as of the latter are M'l-id
coi mmptlon. "They live all day
'ong in an alcohollsed atmosph>re;
eve'i 11 ibey be temperate lhej v. 01
the ji ion through their lungs, vi y
tak.. 11 iu, so to speak, through every
pore." They ar,. more liable to dis
��� ...-.���.. of all hinds than anj class ol
the 1 (immunity. Bul Dr, Berillion s
diagrams show thai tuberculosis is
lar and away their worst scourgi The
figures, taken from statistics of pub
tlcans and shopkeepers between the
ages of :;.", and ..", prove that alcoholism 01 ih.- lungs i.-, twice as common
as alcoholism ol the liver. Again, to
quot. l)r Bertillon: "Alcohol causes
consumption through enteebleaess of
the constitution���in other words, by
robbing of its power of resistance
against mlcroblc attack. Wo all absorb, every day of our lives. the mi-
crobe of phthisis. It matters n"i while
we are in  sound  health."
Women being physically weaker
than men, how ig it that men are at
least twic�� more liable to tuberculosis
than women���who are subjected to
greater privations than men, and have
a harded fight of it in making a livelihood? The answer Is that "the
Stronger sex is the drinking sex.' Is
it not a tell-tale fact that up to tbe
age of fifteen both sexes are on -
par as regards liability to tuberculosis? Up to that age young men are
as temperate as young women. "Alter
that age, the drinking habit .begins,
and tho ravages of tuberculosis among
men grow more and more fatal until
about the fiftieth year."
about the desired end of keeping the
on the farm.
I0TAL ABSTAINERS FOR
CARNEOIE IRON WORKS
[Form  No.  ll]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
[Form  No.  9.J
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that James Watson, of
Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, fanner,
intends to apply    for   permission to {intends to apply for permission to pur-
purchase    the    following      described |chase tlie  following described  lands:
audi.; Commencing  at  a  po.-t  planted  on
Commencing at a post planted In a I the  northeast   shore   of    Owl   island.
mall hay on north shore of Berry is- \ Dated June 6th, 1909.      Applying for
land,  dated  June 4th.  1909.      Apply- Uhe whole Island, containing 10b acres
Notice  is Pasted to  Effect That Temperance  Men   Will   Receive the
Preference.
Sharon, Pa, July 8.���The Carnegie
Steel company is drawing th, Iln
tighter than ever on lh,_ question of
prohibiting employees from drinking
intoxicating liquors while on duty.
Notices   placed   in  consplclous places
ing  for  the  whole  island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson,
ot
in the mills of this district yesterday, (Vancouver,,    B.    C, oceupation, iady,
govern   th,.  matter of drinking while j intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoUsis island, a
off duty. They are to the effect that
each man must refrain from intoxicants. Employees wlio are total abstainers will be given preference in
promotions. In hiring new men also,
total abstainers will be given preference. The men also are given notice
that whosoever drinks heavily or even
occasionally becomes Intoxicated will
be subject  to dismissal.
TURKS THREATEN TO
ADVANCE INTO GREECE
CHINAMEN  PERMITTED
TO  RETURN  TO CANADA
Ottawa, July 8-���Tb
Commerce department has ordered
the re-admission of two Chinamen,
Hung Ton and Chung Lit, to Canada.
The Chinamen had gone for ����� ride on
the belt line railway in St. Stephen.
N.   B.,  last  week,  and  at   the  point
Trade,  and 'Unless   Power��  'ntervene  War  is  Inevitable  Between  Two  Eastern
Nations.
London,  July 8.
Mail Service
Following are the hours of despatcn
an.l arrival of mails at the New Westminster V'm eitiie. he hour given in
each ci eing the hour ot closing,
whl    ,   :. hour, as a rule, be-
i ��� lhe actual despatch. AH malls,
otherwise stated, are despairh-
Ived d tilj except Sund.y-
Thi   on .   malls   dispatched   and   rp
ij iv the ���'.��� N. R. South
an 1' P R east mails, not Including
: malls,    Sapperton,    Fraier
M      ,v : Coq iltl im.
Mails Despatched.
" am [closed at eleven ociock
ihi pr. .1 iu nlghi 1 - Vancouver via
G, N  R, Owl.
* ��������� m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C, 1.. . irli  railway.
C, P, It  east taking all points
���   ' Includlug Langley and district.
mall   for   Abboisiord  and. dis-
'��� layburn and district, Hunting-
I district, and Matsqui are des-
��� ���.'���ay of Vancouver.
Blalna     and     Seattle,     ln-
5  points east and soutli;
Prairie, Fernrldge and Has-
on 1 a siiays, Thursdays  and
All S  i.v
1      ���    .   .
via  11.  C
���days
Victoria and
Electric Rail-
Malls  Received.
6:45 a-m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via O. N. B.
���Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver aud Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 am���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9: HO a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria.
via Qi N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m. -Ladner, foil
Qulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 1 V. ood-
wu'rd via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Van
couver. i
8���40 a m���C. V. R. east (first train 1
Ejapperton, Praser Mills and Coquitlam. , ,,   ,
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1: 30 p.m.���Bast Burnaby, by courier.
8-30 p.m.���Bunjuitlam, by courier.
;i;30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
1-40 p 111��� Second Mail cast, ana
closed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
including U. S. A. matter, and also
Fras..- Mills.
________________________________________________     __.,, 'Despatches    from
where it crosses the border they were ��� Salonica continue to be very pessi-
arresbed by the American Immigra- m^tfc concerning the Tureo-fjreek re
Uon authorities and lodged In jail. . lation8 Accord.ug to the telegrams
The Canadian authorities refused no from Vienna, it seems almost impos-
take them back. The American au- sible t0 ,brldge ^ $Sip in them un.
tho. ties referred the matter to ��M�� _eBfl the powers take some energetic,
trade and commerce department, with  step     The  Turks continue elaborate
Uhe above result.
Argosy of Brides.
London, July ��.���On the last sailing
of the Allan liner Corsican from Liverpool she kad on board sixteen brides
for the Dominion, all young and pretty Although strangers to each other,
;he ladies' secret leaked out shortly
after  sailing.
preparations looking to certain war.
They plan to advance on the Greek
frontier.
MEMBERS OF UNION
GIVE SKIN TO COMRADE
small island south of Turner Island
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, 40 acres more or
less.
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
more or less.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
JAMES  WATSO..,
Per S.  H.  FORD. Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
[Form No. 9.)
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District Of  Coast  Range One.
Take uoiice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
BERGETA AN__!RSON,
Pe_   S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated. June 6th, 1909.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooasi  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vanoouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted tn
bay at northwest comer Ot Davies
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Oakland,  Cal��� July  8.���Though  he  _       .        .
miractiously    escaped      death    when jthe sout__eas. shore in a small bay .on
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jarobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply lor permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a  post  planted on
15,000    voli-s   oi    electricity    passed ^ompton   island.     Dated   June   4t
through  his    body  hue    lasi  month, |1909      Applying for the whole island
���orge   Gayne,   an   electrician,   must containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH   JACOBSON.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay oa north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6t_, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 80 acres more or less.
PRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
malls are  received  from
xoept   Mali's   l'nili-ie.  Iia-
��� ati 1 Fernrldge, which arrive on
'  Gulchon  1 ram on Tu
and   Satin-days.
. hi ���Vancouvei
Park
' p in. ��� Strawberry    mu, Tim-
and south   Westminster   by
f (Tuesday and Friday).
v m.- Kast Burnaby, by courier.
���J p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
p.m. (Summer months close at
" except Saturday)���Ladner,  Port
Gulchon    We tiiam     Island   and   Sun-
.'"    'lally except Sunday; Woodward,
Thursday and Baturday, via
Bruce."     (Steveston mail des-
I an.I received  via Vancouver.I
'    pin.--Vancouver    and    Piper
via (l. N. R. north.
. iu  -Cloverdale,   Nlcomekl,   and
���ells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday ami Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday nnd Fridav; Bon Ac-
''"���''- Tuesday ami Friday.'
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
11 via 11. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
day .in extra mail Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
. Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S; holms east and south, via G. N. R.
Flyer."
,; p.m. -Second C. P. R.. east, Fra-
��er Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, pitt Meadows, Port Hain-
:i|ond. Port Haney. Mission, 0_.U1-
[vack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassi'/.,
i-ytton, Llllooet Spences' Bridge, NIC-
"'a and district, and all points east
".cept Kiiotenays.
TIME TABLE.
S.    ��� Kerland
L.ave Langley at SOU a.m.; arrive
ut Port Haney at -:l."p 1.111.. arrive ai
McAdam Landing at H:'M a.m.; ar
rive at Hammond at S; 10 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:Oil a.m.; arrive at
\'...w Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster 111 4:00 p.-
m.; arrive at Port Kells st 5|80 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; sr
rive at McAdains Landing at 6 15 p.m.-
arrive at Port Haney at 6:36 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. & K. Wharf, dally ex
cept Saturday.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,	
And all the principal business centers of section of skin will be removed from
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI- ;ewsh'	
TIME PROVINCES.
George  Gayne,   an   electrician
be supplied with 200 square- inches of i
new skin, according to the verdict of
the  phyicians  who  attended   him  at
the  Providence hospital.
Almost oiie third of the man's skin
was -eared from the body by the terrific current and must be replaced
with n.w and healthy cuticle if he
is to live. Yesterday the doctors
made this announcement and immediately 20 members ot the local electricians' union volunteered to submit to
an operation to have the life of their
fellow-worker   preserved.
Sunday  morning  these    volunteers
Per S.  H. FORD,
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Agent,
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice Uiat Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C-, occupation,
farmer, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the nort- shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Oth, -909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
"The Milwaukee"
��Th.  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul  to
Chicago, "Short   Line."  Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains In   the service  on    any
railroad   in the  woiM that 'eQUal  W
eaulpmeiu  that   of   the  Chicago.  Mil-
waukee & St.  Paul Hallway.      They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining ours on all their trams and
give  their patrons  an excellence
service not obtainable eliewhers.
H S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald.r. PorUaud. Or.
A Vigorous  Dame.
^^^^^m^^m Stratbrov, .Inly S���Mrs. Janet  Mac-
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and Coi.kindale, who has passed her 99th
PHILADELPHIA,  via kliagara Falls,  birtliday. was given a treat yesterday
For Tim�� Tables, etc.. address        Jhy the London pipers, who were here
...   .,���������_ 'for  the  celebration.      They  were  es.
GEO. W. VAajX. Icorted    to her    bouse,    where    they
* -ri-_o�� inlaved several tune-, after which the
A^LlK^^Cb^n}!et:^ old  lady danoed	
  You will find it to your advantage
be following de-|to arraIlge your booking at this offlce,
whether you intend to travel or send-
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take  notice   that  Jacob  Jacobson,
of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, carpenter,   intends   to  apply  for  permis
    sion to    purchase    t
will report at the hospital and a small [scribed lands:        __!	
- * .  -       1    Commencing at a post planted on|wuou���r .ou.__i.eu_i 1
the southwest shore of Mound island.  ln8 for your friend's.
Dated, June 4th, 1909.     Applying for
the whole island, contaning 80 acres
more or less. Empress of Ireland
JACOB  JACOBSON,      ���  Empress of  Britain
Per- S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
j Ming.
I amused.
The    pipers
the   Highland
were    greatly
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeai
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMPORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly lllumlnatod train in the world. Tht
equipment consists of private eompart-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleep
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (seats free), modea-n day
coaches and buffet, library aud smoking ears.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F.W.PARKER,
710 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
Miner's Strange Prank,
London, July 8.���A miner, after a
drinking bout at Wolverhampton, undressed   himself  and   climbed  lo   the
[Form No. 8.]
LAND ACT.
Sailing From Quebec.
 July 2
^^^^^^^^^       July 16
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
top of Himley church steeple. He de- |landB!
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One. i
Take   notice   ihat   Albm   Hunt'
Vanoouver, B. C, occupation  farmer,
intends   to apply   for permhaUmto
purchase    the    following    described
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
scended after the pollc. bad exhaust
ed all their powers of perstuuslon. He
was fined $5.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the stor_ where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds In
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can  get for your
elsewhere,
Commencing at a post planted In
bay on north shore of Kees Island.
one ot the Anderson group. Dated i
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, cdntaining 160 acres
more or less. I
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.    '
Dated June Oth, 1909.
[Form No. 9.1
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation,    salesman, intends to npply for permission
to  purchase  the   following  described
money here than j lands: _   ,    j.
Commencing at a post planted on
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type- the north shore of John island, an te
writers, and  light  automatic  machln- ian(1 between Kees Island ��nd uavics
island. Dated. June 6th, 1909- Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.     . �� .
ery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.    "Man on the Wheel."
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
5>-���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and  Parte  Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital.
23���Queen's Avenue and Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
25���Fifth Avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Scljaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mill*.
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THE  DAILE".  NEWS,
FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909
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Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
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SCYTHES,      SNATHS,       HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES,
HAY FORKS.
SATURDAY'S LINE-UP
IS AGAIN CHANGED
Wintemute   Will     Not   Play     Against
Vancouver���Bryson  in   Hospital
���Will  Be Off Some Tiine.
'I
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
���
WE   HAVE A   SCYTHE  "MADE
IN     SWEDEN,"     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND  TO  YOU.
Wintemute will uol tin was expect
J U-d, earlier in the week, play in to-
J1 morrow's game against Vancouver
��� The ex-acutlve of  tbe local  club  has
X Anderson & Lusby
ibeen looking over the materia] avail
able for the guuie in the course of 'he
week, and decision io this effect  wa-
'arrived   at  yesterday.
Wlntemute'g place on the team wlll
lin  all  probability   be  tukej   by  Pete
Latham, who played in th_ last game
J! against the Terminal City. The 1111111-
-  agement  has  been  le.l  'o  make  tiii*
arrangement   by   the  tact  that   Punk
has  been  rather  Off color  dining  the
[last couple of days.     It is hoped thai
he may be all right again in the near
future, and  that  he will  be  available
for the next game with the hereditary
4 ������ x enemies   of    tb*  .New    Westminster
��� X team.
J *l Munn   For Goal.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++]    Questioned in regard to the rumors
1 Ihat  have   been  circulated  Of  late us
'to  the  placing  of  Munn,  now of  the
COLUMBIA STREET.
Don't forget J. H. Todd's sale of
musical instruments continues all this
week. The store will be open every
evening. Those wanting musical
instruments at great bargains do not
fail to attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.    TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK  FOR  SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
West  Ends,   in goal,  for  the  Seniors,
1 Manager Welsh stated yesterday  that
there  was  no   immediate prospect   of
this  being done.
The management of tlie club lias
had their eye on Munn for some time.
He is on,- of the most promising of
the intermediate or rather senior amateur players, and in the ordinary
course of events would have been the
next man 10 be taken iiuo senior com-
j pany.
j The management is, however, naturally rather leery about making
experiments with the goal, and will
Inot do so until it feels thai the field
is in perfect shape. Then it is probable that Munn will be given a try-
out in goal with Sandy Gray at first
defence.
Bryson   in   Hospital.
It  looks very much as if Jack Bryson would be out of the game for the
next two or three weeks at any rate.
He  i_ at  present In  the hospital  and
today underwent an operation on the
knee.       Bryson   got   some   gravel   In
his knee in th._ game with Vancouver
on June 12.      In the first of the Te-
jcumseh games be further got a bad
[cut on the knee cap, and in  the s-ec
1 ond game he increased the inflamma-
l tion which had set in by h's strenu-
1,1 ous efforts at inside home.      The result is that he has been laid Up ever
3ince the last Tecumseh game.
In the meantime Jack's place on
the team will be taken by Grumpy
Spring.
The   Lineup.
The team will line up on Saturday
as follows: Gray, Galbraith, T.
Gifford, J. Gifford, G. Rennie, T. Rennie, W. Turnbull, C. Spring, P. Latham, A. Turnbull, L. Turnbull, G.
Spring.
It is now said that only one change
will be made in the lineup of the
Vancouver club for the game Ernie
Murray will replace Ravey at third
home. The team had a good practice et Recreation park last evening,
some useful work being put In.
I
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free  a   cake  of  their   famous  Plan toi
I
BOWLING
Currle and Graham rolled two duck
pin games last evening, agaius_ Wintemute   and     Purdy,    and   Day   and
iree  a   _��_<=   -.   u.��,   .��....,..-   . ._  Jones.      They   lost   the    first   by   46
toilet   soap, if  you mention  this  paper, ipins, and won the second by six.   To-
 might  the  B.  C.   Telegraphic    league
series is continued. The scores were:
pp- 1.       2.      3.    Tot.
��o*o��o#o��c>o*o*o��o*o��o#o��o*o*o^^  87   8<J   79   252
n I Purdy    83     S3      S3     249
LADIES:
I        Totals 170 169 162 501
1. 2 3 Tot.
' Currle 75 82 89 246
.Graham 76 61 72 209
We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses in sizes up to 16 years.      Prices from 7.r.c up.
Ladies   blouses  ranging up to $3.65  to clear at, each   ....95c
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Totals
Day    .
'.lones
Totals
Currle  ,
Graham
. .ir.7 143 161
l. 2. 3.
..  76 101 75
..100 7S S2
..176 179 157
1. 2. 3,
.  Si) 102 S2
.85 7S 91
Totals 16.->    ISO    173
518
John  F. Dnk"', of 2375 Vork  street,
Vancouver, applies lo the water commissioner    fur     ten   cubic     feel   for
r+O+O+O+O+O+CC+O+O+O+O+'W0��040*0��0��(_aOO��0*0��0*C*0*0 washing   gravel   on   district   lot   2076,
close   to   Howe   sound,   Schooner   harbor district,
CIVIC   HOLIDAY.
At th.. request of the Orange celebration -Ommittee 1 hereby declare
Monday, the 12th inst., from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. a civic half-holiday, and respectfully invit'e the citizens generally
so lo observe the same.
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor.
Mayor's offlce, July S, 1909.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
AppQications from persons desiring
to ibe Placed on the Household Voters'
List wlll berecelwd at the city clerk's
ofllce up to the first dav of November,
1999. W.  A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
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'���    P^fARMLAND
r^-CIALISTS.
ESTABLI
189
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
"�� Songs.
)
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo-
oesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
Sapperton
'.Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
CHILDREN'S
Dresses
and SllitS
HOLIDAY   DRESSES   OF   EVERY  DESCRIPTION  FOR   LITTLE  FOLK.      DRESSES MADE IN A BUB
STANTIAL     MANNER���THAT  WILL  SERVE  TO  SOLVE  THE  PROBLEM    OF   WHAT   THE   CH.L
DREN   SHOULD  WEAR  THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER  MONTHS.    SPECIAL   PRICES   THIS   WEF-
THIS  STORE  CLOSES  AT 5  P.  M.  DAILY,   SATURDAY  EXCEPTED.
TRAVELLING OR
CAMP  RUGS,
TWO SPECIAL LINES.
$1.75   AND  $3.50   EACH
Large size wool travelling rugs,
heavy weight with fringe at v-nds, attractive colorings in plaid designs.
Each $3.50
Heavy cotton eiderdown rugs in
bright, attractive colorings; edges are
Qnished plain, especially desirable for
camp use.     Each $175
50 DOZEN
LADIES'   AND   CHILDREN'S
HANDKERCHIEFS, 5c EACH,
50c PER DOZEN.
HANDKERCHIEFS
Good quality lawn and Swiss cambric handkerchiefs, with 1-4 or 1-2
inch borders or plain hemmed edge;
special value, 5c each;  per dozen, 50c
A  GREAT  VARIETY  OF
CHILDREN'S   SUMMER   DRESSES.
Serviceable dresses of mull muslin,
prettily trimmed With Valenciennes
lace or with Swiss; embroidery and
tucks Many new Btyles from which
to choose. All sizes. Each $1.75
to $6.50
BOYS'  SUMMER
SAILOR  SUITS.
Popular and attractive little sllitH
for the boys, uuide from white duck;
iiavo sailor collar of navy drill, trimmed with white braid and nicely finished. For boys 3 to 7 years of age.
Each, |1.50 to $2.00
SMALL BOYS'
BUSTER  SUITS
One of the most popular styles tn
boys' suits. A nice range hert. from
which to choose. These little suits
are made  from  plain  tan,  navy and
white gingham; also in neat -tripes.
Sizes suitable for boys, 2 to 7 vears
of age.     Each ."$1.25
LADIES* COTTON
UNDERVEST8 AND DRAWERS
35c EACH. OR 3 FOR $1.00.
CHILDREN'S AND  MISSES'
LACE   HOSE,
25c PER PAIR.
Black, tan and white cotton bose
in all sizes for misses and children.
Full length, openwork; regular values
30c and 35c.     Per pair 25c
NEW
GOLF JACKETS
Ladies' and misses' sizes in all the
new styles of the popular und serviceable golf coats and jackets,
Mad,- of fine Imported yarns, soft and
firm In finish; shown in white, black,
grey, navy, Ibrown and cardinal in
self colors or trimmed with contrasting shades. Jackets are mads In
Norfolk, coal style; others have three
iwckets; without hell; another ltop-
ular siyle Ig fastened at side and has
a roll over collar. All sizes. Each
$2.25 to $5.00
A wide range of styles in these
much used summer undergarments.
We sell "Watson's" high-grade knitted
underclothing, The display of under-
vests and drawers at 35c, or 8 for $1,
Is the largest ever shown in the city,
and we offer heller values than ever.
WHITE COTTON* AM) USEE DN-
DIORVESTS wiih shoulder straps and
shorl or long sleeves; made In tine
or wide rib; neck finished with drawstring,
DRAWERS ar. in knee or ankle
length, open and closed styles. See
our window display at thiK special
price.      Each,3Bc, or 3 for $1.00.

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