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White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.
*%\\t fflattn Sew
JUL 18 1910
ptori
Camping
=" f^*WHITE ROCK," THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
|ME Bi NUMBER 142.
NEW WESTMINSTER^  B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, JULV 10, 1910.
BIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  FI        CENTa
CANADIAN
(NORTHERN IN 1913
I M;vnn Makes Interest-
Prophecy-Is Going
Ith to Stewart.
bnvcr, July 16.���The Canadian
|n railway will he running
itlnental trains into Vancou-
E<I13 If tlie prophecy made ln
Fview today by 1>. U. Mann,
l9ldent of the Canadian North-
Item, does not miscarry���and
know Mr. Mann and his
������,,. well aware that it lfi not
|ii I,, shoot  Into space.    When
out tn gain an object lie is
|h   found   holding   It  down   at
,f the trail.    Today Mr. Mann
our plans  are being made  to
ii,   construction of the Cana-
rthern In Hritish Columbia one
lead of the specified time for
fpletion.    That   means that the
ich on the undertaking in the
ol   1913   for  our   agreement
government of this province
i   the   finishing   of   tlie   work
[four years  from the  llrst day
hreseni month."
Istatemenl   from tlie lips of a
I illder   of   Canadian    railways
many  things,    lt  means  thnt
Ithe next   three years millions
will  be  placed In clrcula-
i; uisb Columbia consequent
rushing to completion of 600
nf    railway    construction;     it
construction    carried    on    at
laces scattered along the route
[new railway;   its means devcl-
of   agricultural   and   mineial
which  have  lain don.mat  since
bre flrsl located hy the pioneers
Ia century ago; It ir^ns counter things which maiv < pros-
and to Vane ,ver It means
: e summer oi ii'is another
.tween thi> Pacltic coast, the
ak's and the east be>ond will
COLUMBIA STREET TO BE
BLAZE OF LIGHT TONIGHT
Business Thoroughfare Will Be Illumined by Over 20,000 Candle Power
In   Honor of Lacrosse  Winners.
A  staff of men started  to put tl
lights   and   globes   on   the   new   sk
ie
idt
sixty-seven
lights,  umk-
poles   on   Columbia   stieet   yesterday
and by six o'clock all had heen placed
ln   position.     There   ar<    -' '
poles,   eacli   hearing   five
ing a total of 335 lights.
The switch was thrown for the first
time at eight, o'clock yesterday even-
in', a short test heing made. Al nine
o'clock the light was again turned on,
tiie street heing illumined for ahout
an hour. The brilliancy of the Illumination caused many expressions Of
admiration.
The lights will again be used tonight, when Columbia street will be
a blaze of light in lienor of the victors of tlie lacrosse match.
Mayor Lee over a month ago re-
quested City Electrician Bowler to
have the lights ready for the Minto
cup games and Mr. Howler's fulfillment of tbe promise made at that time
was evident yesterday.
On each pole there will be ahout
:{()() candle power, or over twenty
thousand candle power on the entire
street.
MS! BATTLE FOR MINTO CUP
WILL BL DMH HERE TODAY
Both Teams Ready for the Fray-Record Attendance Expected - Premier McBride, Cup Trustee, to Commence
Hostilities- Locals Are Confident of Easy Win
New Westminster.
Goal.
Gray   	
Galbraith   .
Point.
SPARKS AND FLAMES SHOOT
THROUGH ENGINEER'S BOOT
Electric   Magnet   Grips   Victim   Tight
While Six Thousand Volts Course
Through   His  Body���Is   Dead.
Washington. July 15.���Joshua Myer,
an assistant engineer in a street railway power house, fell against a big
electric feeder today and when the
magnet gripped blm tight six thousand
volts coursed through  his body.
His fellow workmen saw Myers'
form enveloped in sparks and Haines,
tight against the big machine, as if
he had been fastened there for electrocution.
When   the  feeder  was  stopped  the
I ward More Work Shortly,
aj     continued Mr. Mann, "our
~  forces   have  started   on   the
!..-��� Bectlon of sixty miles from
of the Fraser river opposite
���minster.    This first section
-aiming   our   attention,   but
���k  will   be  started   on  an-
Iection lying Immediately to the'1)0llv Jei\ away lifeless
the liist one.   No contract has '
;n   awarded    for    tbis    second
. but ii will not  he long before
lei  and   work  will  be  started
fiiis year.
the eastern end of our line in j
Columbia we bave not yet
work. In one year's time we
working on tlie eastern end
I Had in this province. We bave
large   working   force   building
(ml from  Edmonton.    Till  that
Hritish   Columbia   tbe
end nf tlie road in this prov-
fill   nut   he  touched,    lt   is  es-
coiistruction at  that   point
hould   have  our  rails   laid
|i'i'i ii om Edmonton.
the western end of tbe Cana-
���Northern In Hritish Columbia
luclion may be undertaken at
[points owing to the accessibility
ute. This will make for
irk and I am confident we
Bave  the  entire   line   completed
ahead of time.
i'ill leave tbis afternoon for Vic-
Jand   while   there  will   look   Into
connected   with   the   Victoria
clay Sound  railwav, which   will
l<h
Funeral of A. Holdesworth.
The funeral of the late A. Holdesworth. the young man who was killed
at Westminster Junction on Tuesday,
took place at Maple Ridge yesterday,
Uev. Mr. Gauthler, of Maple Ridge,
conducting tlie serves at the church
and  tit  the graveside.
The funeral was very largely at
tended by friends of the deceased,
who was one of the most popular
men in the locality. The pallbearers
were three representatives of different
football teams and three members of
the paint crew with which Mr. Holdesworth was working at the time of bis
death. They were D. McMyn, of the
Maple Ridgo football club; It. Shannon, of Ihe Mission football club; A.
McKenzie, of the Coquitlam football
club, and A. Langdale, 11. G. Ailing-
ham and R, Lytle, of the painting
crew. The late Mr. Holdesworth was
center forward of the champion Co-
(luitlam football team and it is probable that he would bave played with
New Westminster this year had he
lived.
The    floral   tributes    sent   to   the
[their work.
Inspect  Mineral   Properties.
Portland   Canal   Intersts?      I
1 to \islt Stewart and cover the
mining district during my pres-
imi   to  die   coast.     After   cotn-
fg my business in Victoria I shall
1  to  Vancouver and   will   leave
itewarl   next   Monday   night.     1
'annlng to  visit all the  mineral
(Continued on Pajje Hive.)
ISH TRAMP STEAMER
LOLIISION DORING F0fi|"j��
���ma   Forced   to   Return   to   New
fork���Crew   Worked   Hard   to
steps, one of them broken. A cross
was sent hy Mrs. Hall; wreaths from
the Coquitlam football team, C. S.
Shilllngford and Mr. and Mrs. Lytle;
sprays from a friend. Fred and Hob,
Mr. and Mrs. Ogle, and several friends
who sent no card with their flowers.
ROBLIN NOT AMBITIOUS,
Winnipeg. July IB.���A rumor which
percolated here from Montreal, that
Premier Roblln would enter Dominion
politics, sitting for an Ontario seat,
�������   -nlate1   to  tbe  premier  here  thlR
morning. His comment was brief and
point,
ou may say," he declared, "that
��� i.n.e never heard of it before. It
Is absolutely unwarranted ami untrue."
Montreal.
. . .   Tierney
    G. Finlayson
Coverpoint.
T. Gifford    R. Finlayson
First Defence.
J. Gifford   C. McKerrow
Second   Defence.
George  Rennie       Hamilton
Third   Defence.
Tom  Rennie       T. Scott
Center.
C. Spring       O'Kane
Third  Home.
W. Turnbull       Kenna
Second Home.
Wintemute     Dade
First   Home.
Feeney       H. Scott
Outside Home.
L.  Turnbull       F.   Hogan
Inside   Home.
G. Spring       G.  Roberts
Tlie above ls the lineup for today's
great lacrosse match as far as is
known at present, it is practically
certain that there will be no changes
In the list given for New Westminster, but as President Findlay has
announced that the Montreal team Is
not officially picked until it starts to
p'.ay there may be some changes
made.
The following is a list of the officials: Referees, W. E. Ditchburn, of
Victoria, and Lionel Yorke. of
Vancouver; goal umpires, Chubb Qulg-
ley and Dave Smith, both of Vancouver; timekeepers, J. J. Johnston, of
New Westminster, nnd Frank Armstrong, of Vancouver; penalty timekeepers. H. C. Major, and a Vancouver man.
Big Crowd Expected.
Queens park will probably hold today one of the largest crowds ever
gathered in New Westminster. Manager Welsh last night estimated the
attendance at 10,000, and there are
many optimists who think the number of paid admissions to the grounds
today will far exceed that.
The principals in tlie big encounter
spent a quiet day yesterday. None
of them even looked at a lacrosse
stick and last night they all went
home early and went to bed. Every
man on both teams Is as physically
't as it is possible.for him to be.
The New Westminster players, since
the scare they had at the first of
the season, have kept in better training shape than they have done for
several years past and they will he
able to go the pace tomorrow for
four twenty-minute quarters.
Montreal Men Fit.
The Montreal men are also in tbe
pink of condition and confident that
they can do a little better than hold
their own with the fast New West-
j minster outfit.
I The cause of It all, The Minto cup,
is in Gifford's store window, and yesterday attracted a large bunch of
sightseers. It has heen in the Carnegie library here for about three
years and does not attract much attention as a general rule, but yesterday it was tbe sole topic of conversation.
There is practically no betting, the
reason being that Montreal money
cannot be had at practically any odds.
One enthusiast was heard last night
betting that Grumpy Spring would
score more goals than the entire Montreal team, but there is no justification
for any hotting like that. The great
fact is that Montreal has the hest
team In the east and N'ew Westminster   has   tbe   best   In   the   west  and
EARL GREY WILL REMAIN
IN CANADA ANOTHERJEAR
Distinguished      Gathering      Farewells
Vice Regal Party on Departure From
London���Lord Strathcona Present.
the question as to which is superior
will he decided in part today.
Findlay Puzzled.
As Mr. Findlay, president of the
Montreal club, says, there Is nothing
to base any correct estimate on. New
Westminster had a better team than
any in the east last year, but the
efficiency of a team changes year by
year: and for all that is definitely
knowtn the Montrealers may be considerably stronger than tlie Tecumsehs were last year.
Experts   Favor  Royal   City.
However, the opinion of the experts
on the coast seems to be unanimously
in   favor  of  New   Westminster,  who,
since  the   first   two  or  three   games
of  title season,  when she showed  up
remarkably   poor,   has   been   playing
better   lacrosse   than   the   team   lias
produced for some years.    The Montreal team has been beaten once this
year and so has the New Westminster
team, so conclusions based on those
facts are liable to be erroneous.
Premier Will Start Game.
Hon.  Richard  McBride,  premier of
the province of Hritish Columbia, will
open the ball promptly at 3:30 p.m
The  game  is of  especial  Interest  to
Mr.   McBride,   as   he   is   one   of   the
trustees of the Minto cup.
Other   Visitors.
Hon. Thomas Taylor and Dr. Young
will also witness the game from a sale
place, ami It is expected that Mayor
Taylor, of Vancouver, will be among
those present.   Mayor Lee and all the
aldermen of the city of New Westminster will also be present and not the
least of the distinguished visitors will
be Con Jones and his merry men, who
have been heard of in lacrosse circles.
Of course President Findlay and the
other  nine   travelers   from   Montreal
will be amongst the most interested
spectators of the contest.
Corner in Peanuts.
It was announced last night that
the peanut and lemonade privileges
had been cornered by a syndicate of
local capitalists. The company is
capitalized at $30, divided into six
shares of $5 each, and it has secured
the,*-, lusive right to sell skidoo juice
and goobers on the grounds, lt is
not expected that the syndicate will
attempt to inflate the price of peanuts as the members are all public
spirited citizens and like peanuts
themselves.
Tickets Nearly All Sold.
At nine o'clock last night there
were not more than 200 grandstand
tickets left for sale. Manager Welsh
went to Vancouver last evening and
brought back what was left of the
tickets there, but he did not have
many to carry. Those who want to
get a seat for the game will have to
call on Mr. Ryall early this morning
and will have to have some real money in their hands. There will be
4,700 seats occupied, 1,200 in the old
grandstand, 1,000 In the new stand
and 2,500 in the bleachers. They are
all being sold at the same price, fifty
cents per throw.
Lots of Police.
The grounds will be policed by
many of the regular force and a squad
of a dozen or so specials. It is announced that they will pay particular
attention to anyone who starts throwing cushions around after tbe game
or even in moments of frenzy during
the progress of tlie same.
Vancouver for Westminster.
The sentiment of the lacrosse players anl public of Vancouver seems to
be all in favor of New Westminster,
although there is a certain number of
London, July 15.���There was a large
and distinguished company on (the
platform at Euston Station today to
wish Karl Grey and his party farewell
on their return to Canada.
Tlie company included Lord Strathcona, Lord Morley, Sir F. Hopewood,
Sir Charles Lucas, Viscount and Vic-
countess Mlddieton, Lady Selbourne,
Lady Sybil Grey, Lady Theodore Davidson and  Hon. A. Brodrlck.
It is authoritatively stated that Karl
Grey has been reappointed to Canada
for another year.
FORMS SPi
DEFEAT HI
TO
III BILL
Patent Medicine "Men Ex-
pend $25,000 a Day ia
Fighting Measure.
COPYRIGHT  CONFERENCE
RESULT TO BE ANNOUNCED
Halifax, N. S., July 15.���Hon. Sydney Foster, who returned from London on the Royal Fdward, said today
that he was unable to divulge the proceedings of the copyright conference
held In London but that they would
he announced later by Sydney Buxton, chairman of tlie conference, in
the Imperial parliament before the
session closed at the end of this
month.
EPIDEMIC OF DIPTHERIA
THREATENS CAMPBELLTOWN
Sanitary Arrangements Must Be Made
at  Once  to   Prevent Outbreak  in
Town Swept by Fire.
Chautauqua, N. Y., July 15.���Dr. IL.
Wiley, chief of the bureau of cliemi&
try of the agricultural department,
speaking here on the preservation ol
health, made the assertion that patent
medicine manufacturers were spending $25,000 a day to defeat the bilf
pending in congress for a nationa'5
board of health.
The so-called leagues for medicaf
freedom, Dr. Wiley declared, were the-
result of the patent medicine men't;
campaign.
He said further that the bill fiaf
the support of the regular profession
and should become a law.
EXTENSIONS   APPROVED.
C Gazette Contains Text of Order-
InCouncil on Stave Lake Co.
Victoria, July 15.���Yesterday's issue-!
of the British Columbia Gazette contains the text of the order-in-councif
approving the proposed extension
works and tramline of the Stave LaJur
Power Co., Ltd.
The newly incorporated and duly-
registered provincial companies of the-
week include the Bagnall Box Factory,
Ltd.; Beaver Oil Co., Ltd.; BrittsU-
California Oil Co., Ltd.; Burrard Saab.
and Door Factory, Ltd.; Columbia
Properties Corporation, Ltd.; Fidell t��.
Trust & Savings Co., Ltd.; General*
Trustees Corporation, Ltd.; Grand1
Trunk Lands Co., Ltd.: Island Mines.
Ltd.; Kootenay Silver Lead Mines*
Ltd.; Luney Brothers, Ltd.; Mainlands
Stock Exchange, Ltd.; Merchants
Trust & Trading Co., Ltd.; Okanagan
  Realty  Co.,   Ltd.;   Pacific   Lime  Co.,
Chatham, N. B.. July 15.-According Ltd.; Portland Consolidated Mining
to statements made by those who Co- ud/- Princeton Collieries Ltd.-
have returned from Campbelltou, Progressive Towing Co. Ltd.; Revel-
there is grave danger of an epidemic ��*��� ""* M"*�� "&j s����nd��*
Of dlptherla breaking out in the M'lk Co. Ltd.; Stewart Townsite Co.,.
burned town unless special sanitary Ltd.; Untied Trust & Investment Co..
arrangements are made within forty. "*j Vancouver Creamery Co IM;
eight hours Vancouver Oil Co.. Ltd.; Westminster-
There are between 1.500 and 2,000 S^,^SU1   ^"to    f /T    w^**
people gathered together ln tents and. Pind-LM-   and   * ood   Ulke   Watcr
the great majority are unaware of the p0- L,td
danger which threatens tbem.
AROUND  WORLD BY
DOG TEAM  FOR WAGER
LAURIER   RECEIVES  BIG
RECEPTION AT MORDEN!
Mcrden, Men., July 15.���Si'' WilfrW
Angeles,    Julv    15��� William  Laurier received a splendid reception
of  St.  John's," Newfoundland,, on his arrival here today.    Hundreds
!r Jiff �������       ~r.���*l^r,a       m*      ��....M^rr>
Los
Brown,	
arrived here yesterday in a cart drawn
! by four dogs, claiming that his arrival in this city completes a 25.000-
mile journey in his unusual vehicle,
thereby winning a wager of $10,000.
As a result of a discussion among
members of a sporting club of Newfoundland. Brown says the money was
put up in 1906, to be paid to him provided that, after leaving St. John's
without money, he traveled a distance
of the circumference of the earth within tlie time limit of seven years.
After traveling through the eastern
states he claims to have taken a
steamer to Europe, having obtained
the money for his passage by selling
pictures of his outfit and traveling
through Ireland and England and
other continental countries.
SILVER MONEY TO STAY.
(Continued on Page Five.)
Three Million Dollar Cheque
Turned Down By Local Banks
Seattle Bankers Say People Wiil Not
Take to Greenbacks.
Seattle, July 15.���Seattle bankers
say that the recent order of the federal government requiring banks to
pay for the transportation of silver
from the subtreasury In San Francisco
to the northwest will have no effect
on the circulating mediums' character.
Tlie banks will pay tbe charges and
get the silver.
There is a constant increase in the
amount of silver dollars in circulation. The banks pay tbem out and
they are not. re-'eposited. The people
refuse to use paper money, all of
which conies back to the banks
promptly.
from  different   sections   of  southern
Manitoba were present.
This afternoon a big meeting was
held at which addresses were delivered by Sir Wilfrid, Hon. George P-
Graham, E. M. MacDonald, M. P., aed
T. C. Norris. The party returned lo
Winnipeg this evening.
LARGEST HOIST IN WORLD.
Juneau, Alaska, July 15.���The largest hoist in the world is being installed in the Treadwell mines on
Douglas island. The hoist will cost
$500 000.
Hereafter ail the hoisting of the
mines will be done in one shaft, tor-
stead of in several, as at present.
Fire Now Under Control.
North Vancouver, July 15.���The:-
Lynn Valley bush Are may now be
said to be under control and its operation removed to some miles north ot
Lynn valley. The valley itself has
a blackened appearance around the
Seymour and a careful watch is still
being kept up to present a further
outbreak of the lire.
Society News.
Paris, July 15.���Clara Ward, for--
merly the Princess Chlmay, has formally brought divorce proceedings
against her husband, Peppino Uicriar-
dl. The court made the customary
efforts to effect a reconciliation but.
without success.
SONS OF ENGLAND PARTY
RECEIVE WELCOME AT BRISTOL
K��p   Vessel   Afloat.
Vork, July 15.���The British
IP steamer Karema, which sailed
1 "' "' on Tuesday for the Orient,
"J* here this afternoon in dis-
��� Having been In collision on Wed-
*>> morning during a dense fog
W-nve   miles   southeast  of   Nan-
Cra��.Us in Mausoleum.
Ottawa. July 15.���The fact that two
cracks appear ln the walls of the new
Victoria memorial mausoleum extending from the main floor to the very
top has caused a great deal of discussion among local builders and
architects ns to whether or not this
state of affairs will prove serious.
Governor to  Tour  Alaska.
Juneau, Alaska. July lB.-Qoyernor
���_.     , -=   -wuuwubi  oi   nun-   Walter  E. Clark  will  leave Saturday
���" with the British steamer Re- on a tour of every section of AiasKa
I'1'""1 VVahane, Newfoundland, to learn tbe needs of the territory.
B,lll;"!<'lphia. I He wm  go north by way of the Ytt-
Kuronu, was ao badly damage!  kon, and will return down the coast.
����ne was barely able to make port.'  '
rate efforts on  the part  of her
'   Wft"   all   that   kept   her   from
Png.
ril(l"lphla, July IB.���The steam-
''""bis, which was reported to
WW in collision at sea with the
���   Mi Karema  passed up the Del-
Im .Md a'temoon, apparently
��������������������������������������������������������
CORONATION  DATE TO
BE ANNOUNCED THURSDAY
London. July 1R.-The date
of the coronation of King
George will be proclaimed next
Thursday.
!���������������������������������������������������������
The biggest cheque ever presented
for payment in this city was turned
down by the Bank of Montreal and
some of the other banks yesterday
afternoon, marked N. S. F.. although
whether the symbols which usually
denote a shortage ln a particular account applied in this case, or whether
there was not sufficient coin in the
local branch of tho premier bank of
Canada to meet the sudden demand
for three million dollars is not explained.
The paper which almost brought the
bright and promising career of Paying
Teller Smith to an untimely end
through heart failure was presented
by a refined old gentleman, wbo explained that he was in need of a little
ready money at the present time.
The cheque was made out on ordinary note paper and read "Pay Thomas
W. Price or order the sum of three
million dollars ($8,000000). Signed
W.  H.  Keary, per T.  W.  P."
As is usual when a big payment is
to lie made by a bank, the teller consulted with his superiors. He was
Instructed to find out some particulars
concerning Mr. Price before subtracting $3,000,000 from Mr. Keary's account.
"Well, I have been holding this for
some   time,"   explained  the  veteran
applicant for temporary relief, "and
I don't cate to discuss why or bow
I got hold of it."
"It is usual for us to ask these
Questions, Mr. Price," persisted Mr.
Smith.
"Since you insist, I'll explain. Some
years ago a few of us bought up the
trade of the town, and this ls my
share of the profits. That's all I'm
going to tell you about it. Please
give me the little amount."
Instead of passing over the little
amount, however, the paying teller
directed the applicant to the Bank of
Commerce, which lie explained was
overloaded with ready cash just now
and would be only too pleased to
oblige.
After a few caustic remarks ahout
fresh bank clerks. Mr. Price proceeded to tbe Bank of Commerce,
whence he was directed to another
bank, each cnsh depository being previously advised, of bis coming. As far
as is known no'institution traded cash
for his paper.
A chance remark by the old gentleman to the effect that he intended
wagering a million dollars that Montreal would treble tbe score this afternoon removes all doubt as to his future residence, a charming big house
overlooking the Fraser river, midway
between this city and Sapperton.
Bristol, July 15.���The arrival of a
party of 500 which sailed fiom Canada
on the Royal George under the
auspices of the Sons of England was
signalized by the singing of the National Anthem and the Maple Leaf.
The lord mayor gave them a cordial
reception.
Drowned While Bathing.
Carmel, N. Y., July 15.���News
reached here today of the drowning
ln Long Island pond, near Lake Mado-
pac, during the uight of Rev. Fllomeno
| Ferrara. known ai Father Phllemena,
of the Church of the Transfiguration,
in Moot street, New York. Father
Phllemena could not swim and was
ln bathing alone.
���������������������������������������������������
ABSOLUTELY REFUSE
TO RECOGNIZE UNIM
Coat and Skirt Manufacturers Witling
to Arbitrate on Wages and Working
Conditions;   Nothing   Else.
T.  P. TELEGRAPHERS
WILL  ACCEPT   AWARD
Ottawa. July 15.���The Grand
Trunk Pacific telegraphers
have notified the labor department that they will accept the
recent award of the conciliation board respecting wages,
hours, etc., as a basis for th?
settlement of their grievances.
���������������������������������������������������
New York, July 15.���Only qualified
acceptance was given today by tb*
Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturer*
Protective association to the Btate department's offer of mediation in Ut*r-
strike of the women garment workers, 70.000 of whom are out for higher
wages, better working conditions and.
the recognition of their union.
The   manufacturers   declared   their
willingness to  adjust  any  legitimate-
grievance, but stated clearly that tbeftr
position ot refusing to recognize the
union was unalterable.
The   strikers   have   signified   their.
willingness to accept arbitration.
Royal Commission Commences Work-
Montreal, July 15.���The royal commission on technical education appointed by the Dominion government:,
held its flrst session in- Montreal thhr ���
morning, and leaves for Halifax tonight.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
Classified Advertisements iREAL   ESTATE f||\j|$H OF WHISKY
WANTED.
WANTED ��� GOOD RESIDENTIAL
lots. Centrally located witli favorable surroundings. Close to car
line. Good outlook. State best cash
price and terms. Alfred \V. McLeod,
The   Insurance   .Man.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Dost wages pail to right party, Apply 201  Columbia street.
WANTED���COMPETENT     STENOG-
raphor   lor   the   montli   of   August.
Dominion Trust Co., Ltd.
WANTED���AT UNCI':, FOUR EXPER-
ienced men to run Umber planer
and the matchers tit night. Apply
Brunette Sawmills.
SOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION
as help witli light housework and
cooking.    Apply  M, this ollice.
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN POR
general housework. No children.
Apply 649 Columbia St. east.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Two large lots close to store and tram
$300 each; one-fourth cash; balance
$lo per montli.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
good fruit land two and a half miles
tram line all cleared and ready for
the plow;  |300 cash. 181-A
I �� 	
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land; all cleared, with good house
and barns; 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good roa;|- Trice $4,000. Good
erms, 17L'-A
INDUSTRY IN IRELAND
The Increase of Tax Means
Death Blow to Distillers-
One Old Firm Quits.
WANTED���BOY ABOUT FIFTEEN
years old to assist delivering milk.
Apply Milkman, this office.
WANTED���BOYS TO WORK AT
the  Heaver cigar  factory.
WANTKD���SMART      YOl'NG      MAN
ifor   general   store.     Apply   Allison,
Port   Hammond.
Fort George Lands���20,000 acres���
heing some of tlie best land in Central British Columbia, wliich is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
DOUBLE  CORNER���O
l S
ixth  avenue
and
Slevei
Uli   street
1
12x132
feet,
with
small
cottage.
P
���ice $;i
,500;
$500
cash;
balance
on
very
easy
terme
170-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot, size 54 X 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$Hiiu cash, balance on easy terms.
186-C)
WANTED���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work ln laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street,   li. Abrams, Mgr.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
J-'OR   SALE���REFRIGERATOR.     AP-
ply H. Oliver, 2',',:i Eleventh stieet,
city.      ���   	
FOR BALE)���FRESH COW. SECOND
calf. Splendid milker. Patterson.
657 Columbia or Edmonds P. O.
FOR   SALK���FIRST   CLASS   FRUIT
or dairy farm on B. C. Electric. Only
$4i>0   per   acre.     Apply   P.   O.   box
3?,0. Vancouver.
N. W. i 4 section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feft of
timber. No timher lease. $35 per
acre.    $2,000 cnsh.
^iL^orTcobirXcor
Office:    Northern   Criwn   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings far Your Benefit.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phane 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
be sold by first of August. 10 acres,
all ln Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. N!c�� Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this place; and the
Furniture of the house. Right ln
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern servlc" daily.
Here is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home at a small
price, and easy terms. Call and see
us about this.
"nCEaJNGToFTBROSr^
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
TO  RENT.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for stole rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
LOST.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
ments in green case. Kinder please
communicate with Hope &. Barker,
Trapp hlock.
LOST���IN OR NEAR MARKET. 4
pocketbook containing bank book
anil sum of money. Reward ii ie-
turned to Police station.
Dublin, July 15.���It is a little moie '
Mian a year since tlie imposition of the
increased whisky tax in Lloyd
George's 1909 budget, and Ireland is
just beginning to realize what a fatal
blow has been dealt to one of her
principal industries. No relief can be
expected, for the 11)10 budget, just Introduced, continues the extra impost
of ninety cents a gallon, and even If
the Irish party succeeds In compelling
the English government to remit the
tax much mischief already has beea
done.
Before tlie Introduction of the new
tax there were about thirty distilled es
of fair si/.e in Ireland. Today there
are fewer than twenty. They hive
been dropping out one by one but the
people at large hardly realize what
was happening until this week, when
the directors of Klnahan & Co., one of
the largest distillers in the country,
advised tlieir shareholders that the
best course would be to wind up tlie
company while there still were assets
to divide.
Kinahan   &   Co.   are   capitalized  at
something  like a million dollars, and ]
the   firm   has  been   in   existence  for
.more   than   100   years,   during  all   of
which   time   it   lias   enjoyed   uninter-
terrupted prosperity.   Last year, however, it made a loss of about $K),0U()
on the year's trading, and the direc-
tors assert in their report they see no '
prospect of better times.   Several bun-
dred persons will be thrown out of employment if the concern is wound up |
and   several   hundreds   have   already '
lost their jobs by the closing of small
er distilleries.
FAMOUS GEORGIA MINSTRELS.
LOST���AN EAGLE WATCH CHARM.
\V. Walsh, jr., care of Walsh Sash
and   Door  factory.    Reward.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram offlce and Third stieet. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily-
News office.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
I>ands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
fo prospect for coal and petroleum
on and In the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.
corner of Section 19, in Township 1ft,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; tlience south 8u
chains', thence west SO chains; thence
north 80 chains; tlience east 80 chains
to point of commencement tind containing  fi-10  acres.
Dpted  at Ahbotsford,  B.C., this Oth
jkjday ut June, A.D.,  1010.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
District of New Westminster.
"New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, T. Walters, of
Abbotsford. B.C., engineer, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
���to prospect for coal and petroleum on
.-and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked T. W.,
S. W. corner, planted at the S. W.
���corner of Section ::2, in Townsliip 10.
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
Booth 80 chains; thence west 80
jclmins to point of commencement and
(Containing (iff) acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
.Say of June, A.D., 1010.
T.   WALTERS.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
Two country residences���veritaDle
bowers of beauty. Fruit, flowers
and delightful shade. Cool waters
of Fraser, through shimmering
green leaves, fllowing and plashing
by. Ideal locations; convenient to
station for city, business or professional men; or retired gentlmen
with families. For price, terms and
inspection or properties, apply or
phone as above.
Choice acreage propositions, from 7
to 40 acres, in splendid fruit growing and dairying section, only two
hours from town. Small fruit farms
witli houses, orchards in bearing,
and small fruits. Acreage cleared
and ready for planting. Town property as part payment on one of
these deals. 40-acre dairy farm, with
good house, flne barn, etc., and
small orchard. For particulars and
inspection apply or phone as above.
Tuesday, July  19,  will be laughing!
night at the Opera house, for on that j
date  those  forty  funny  fellows  com-
prising Richards &  Pringle's Famous
Minstrels, will cut things loose.   The'
big opening number, "The  Palace of;
Revelry,"  wlll be a revelation.    This
beautiful production is a masterpiece
of  the  scene  painter's  art.  and  has
been     months  In  construction.    The
costumes  and  settings  comprise  sev-!
eral thousand yards of silk, satin and
velvet.   Twety of the best singers ever |
carried by a minstrel organization and
twelve of the funniest comedians will
hold high revelry for an hour.    This
will be followed by another hour and
half of the brightest and snappiest of
olios, comprising two big spectacular
southern   numbers,  introducing songs
and dances of the Southland as only
the negro can execute them.    Seven
other big vaudeville acts and a one-
act musical comedy that ls one long
scream of laughter.
The company will arrive in tlieir
own special cars early on the above
date and give a big free street parade
at noon. Another concert will be
given by tlie band in front of the theatre at seven-thirty o'clock In the evening.
74 acres, all but 7 cleared and under
crop, hay or pasture. Large house,
etc., orchard and small fruits. Suitable for dairy and fruit farm, or to
sub-divide into ten-acre lots. Ten
acres adjoining Bold last summer
at profit of $125 an acre over price
asked for this 74 acres. Apply or
phone
haiITSosTTke^^
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
WHISKY  DRINKING  IS
ON THE DECREASE
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement   General   Bylaw,     1000,"
notice Is hereby given that the Assessment  Roll for Local Improvements on
the   following   streets,     viz..     Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth avenue  to  Tenth   avenue,  except  on   tbe
east side of said street hetween Sixtli
and   Eighth   avenues;   also  on     both
I sides of London. Edlnburg. Dublin and
| Hamilton   streets,   Eight  and   Seventh
| avenues between Tenth and    Twelfth
< streets, is open for inspection at the
otlice of the Assessment Commissioner in the city hall, New Westminster,
I British Columbia, and in case the own-
|er or any person interested in any of
| the  properties  included   therein    de-
: sires to appeal from such assessment,
j he shall, within the period of eleven
Mill   days   from   the   first   publication
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned  In
to appeal.
Dated  the
1910.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June. 1010.
Ottawa, July 15.���During the fiscal!
year wbicli closed with March 31, the!
people of Canada consumed spirits to
the amount of decimal 815 gallons.;
as compare! with .80(1 in the previous
year, a slight increase. Tlie consumption of beer per head was 5.27(i
gallons, wine .97 gallons and of tobacco 2.940 pounds. In the previous
year the consumption per head of
beer was 5..'148 gallons; of wine, .85
gallons and tobacco 2.910 pounds. As
compared with thirty years ago, when
two gallons of liquor were consumed
for every head of population, the consumption of spirits is small. On the
otber hand, there has boon a steady
increase In tbe consumption of beer
and a steady but not abnormal Increase In use of tobacco. i
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KLONDIKER  KILLED BY
A THREE-TON SHAFT
writing of bis Intention
27th  day  of June, A.D.,
Dawson, July  15.���Stewart  Menzles, I
master  mechanic  of  the   Yukon   Gold!
company,  with  large dredging works;
at  Ogilvie  bridge  In   the  suburbs  of!
Dawson,  was killed today by a three-1
ton dredge, which fell across his body
while   being   swung   into   place   by   ii
crane.     The   chain   gear   broke.     His
death was instantaneous.    Menzie was!
a   famous   Klondiker.     He  previously
sailed out  of Portland and  San  Fran-!
cisco as chief engineer of tlie steamer
George W. Elder.    His funeral will bs
held tomorrow under the auspices of
the Odd Fellows.   His relatives mostly j
are living in San Francisco.
WATER   LAWNS;    DEPRIVE
NEIGHBORS   OF    BATHS
A Progressive Company.
In another column of this issue Thp
! B. C. Permanent Loan  Company noti-
j ties iis shareholders of a dividend of
,.��., ���   nine per cent on the permanent stock
of the company for the palf year end-
*nn A 1.TI/    ��1       PiAAH 1 M  lnB J"l,e :in- 1B10,   ThIa company has
rKAIm H.   JJUDMAN made n,i,kl i-���*������ -���������������������-x <i.e past
i six   months.     The   large   amounl   of
funds  received   from  tlie  sale  of  de-
Coach  and  Automobile   Painter.
Lettering  and   Top   Repairing.
.1014  Sixth   Avenue.
bentures in England and Scotland has
enabled the company to make a new
record in tho amount of money ad-
Ivaneed on first mortgage loans in
Western  Canada. **
Chicago, July 15.���There is a time
to sprinkle tlie lawn and there is a
time to take a bath in Rogers park.
The former is regulated by a city ordinance and the latter conies about as a
matter of fact, because, according to
many telephone calls received at Rogers park police station, both cannot be
done at, the same time.
"Hello, is tiiis the police station? I
can't get any water in the bathroom.
Il   won't  run.    What  is Hie mutter?"
Lieut. Hutchinson discovered tlie
general use of garden hose all day has
so drained the pressure that it is in-
sufflclent to force water to second and
third  floor  bathrooms.
The names of BOO violators of the
sprinkling ordinance have been obtained by the police.
SALE
Has been a Grand Success, in
fact we were unable to attend to the immense crowds
that visited our store last
Saturday evening, but with
extra help we hope to serve
everyone who attends our
sale from now on.
Why has our sale been such
a success ? It is because we
have sold the goods exactly
as advertised, no fake reductions here.
When we advertise a $6.00
Shoe reduced to $4.35, it is a
$6.00 shoe, not a $5.00 or a
$5.50 one.
Ladies, now is the time for
Canvas Shoes. We have
them in all colors, and at
prices that defy competition.
Just think, a pair of white
Canvas Shoes for 95c.
Our entire stock of Tan and
Suede Pumps and Oxfords
at your mercy, as every pair
must go before this sale
closes.
Gentlemen, this $6.00 shoe
we advertise selling at $4.35
is the best manufactured in
the United States, and is a
stamped price shoe. Come
and let us fit you.
THE SHOE MAN
629 Columbia Street
New Westminster
*��� *. 1-fnx.T. i Wf*��<*ir>-.i>jwifc��i".-��
SATURDAY, JULyi6
H\
Pic-Nic
You'll want Wooden
Paper Napkins. Chean ��� 1
and Forks. Basket, Alu >l
Cups, Fishing Tackle Tu4
zine, etc., etc. ������
You   can   get   (h,
"��� all
A T
MOREY'il
665���Columbia  SlreeUa
New Westminster, B.C
Mineral Waters
Aerated WateJ
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, b.c
Telephone  R   113. Office:  prjnc,
Ready
Monei
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAY||
If you deposit your money l��l
aafety In The Hank of Toro.l
It wiil be safe while tou leuJ
it, and ready when you need n|
and lt win bs
AUTheTimt
earning for you three pt c��|
Interest. Small or large sual
may be deposited Bt ��*oy tal
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario,    Quebec   nni   \
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
. $4,000.1
.. . 4,750.00(1
Bank of Toron
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. fl
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star-Domio
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 torn.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin acrew, 14,900 torn.
largest and most modern.
commodation equal to any
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply"
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  G U N N|
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design j
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All  rubbish  and  garbage "'���';
removed   to   the   foot   of  ^iNl
| street and Fifth avenue, where'
j bo burned by the corporation.
Any person or  persons  who
garbage  or  rubbish   of  nny ���*>���
any other street or avenue or ��
lane,   vacant   lot  or   public Pr*
will   be   prosecuted   under   (l'e
visions or tlie Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. .1. PEAR
Sanitary IMP
Clly Hull, June 13, 1910.
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For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTlN'
Phone 695
leave orders at
pres*|
The   Arrow
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P*��-
near The Daily News Co., 609 \
Street.
ictoi
itaWMi&W* V *Um ���*%����� * '-ar**^ ���* jrOAV, JULY 16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
(land registry act
,, 6 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
South-east quarter of Section 7.
Is Map 628, in the District
' VVeBtmlMter, Cloverdale.
proof of the loss of Certifi-
Number 12464 F, issued
of  R.  T.  Wilson Herald
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. Oorge Beckett
or  Abbotsford,   B.C.,  teamster,  Intend
to   apply   to  the  Chief  Commissioner
of  Lands at  Victoria,  B,  C, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked Q. B.
Title  Number 12464  F, Issued   N.   W.  corner,   planted  at  the  N.  W
name (,f  R.  T.  Wilson Herald   corner of Section 'J8. in Township III,
en  filed  I"  "Us olllco. Municipality of Sumas, Xew Westmln.
_ |S hereby g'v��" ,ll!lt ' shall, ater District; thence east so chains;
fexpiration of ono month from thence south so chains-, thence wesl
L of the lirst publication here- 80 chains; thence north 80 chnlns to
newspaper published In point of commencement and containing 040 acres.
Hated  at   Abbotsford,  B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.I)., 1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
lally
if New Westminster, issue a
lte0f the said Certilicale, unless
meajitime  valid objection
It,, me in wiitin"
be
fle
v. i
C. S. KEITH,
Dlstrttfl Registrar of Titles.
��� istrv   Ollice,
Btmlmfter, B. C, July o, 1910.
iLISH WATCHMAKER
Watches Tor Ladivu from I12./5
r Watcliea, gents" open faco
T Watches, gents' open case,
Waltham   and     Klgin
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
PICKS SEVEN MEN
AS FINANCE KINGS
:
CHURCH
SERVICES
Thomas F. Ryan Tells Who
Will Share Burdens of
Money World.
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
y p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
ln by the pastor or other responsible
party.
Th.
for
UP'
h'
e>,
Bti ri
airing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
,rs from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
ISOLINE ENGINES
to :
and
H.  P.
Cycle.
Local   Agents
estminster Iron Works
���enth
Phone
St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
A. CMVLPBELL HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE & BARKER, Architects.
New  Westminster ��� Trapp   Block
Phone f> r�� 5.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
New Arrivals in
\
Ladies' Blouses
AND
hildren's Dresses
A.
[he White House
J. BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street 1
seven young men" 0:1 whom
the financial veteran, Thomas l<\ Ryan,
put the stamp of his approval before
be sailed for Europe the other day on
the Mauretanla, are none of them Infant phenomeiioiis. Nearly all of the.n
are about  forty years old,
With the exception of Otto 11. Kahn,
of Kuhn, Loeb Ai. Co., and John B. Dennis, of Blair & Co., they have been
j able to lead rather secluded lives, protected, in a measure, by the tendency
of the spoi iighi to cling to their
fathers.
Every one of them lias served a stiff
apprenticeship, Nol one has been
"boosted" ahead any faster than be
has developed capacity for administering the .real business for which, as
Mi Ryan s.ijs. they will one day bo
altogi ther responsible,
Young   Morgan   First.
J. Plerponi Morgan, jr.. is forty-two]
>ears old.    Ile was brought up in Eng.
land,    ho was for many years a clerk!
and   then   a   partner  in   the   London
house of .!. s. Morgan <>i Co., the Brit-]
Ish end of the Morgan banking business.   He was practically at the head
of the bank when he came here permanently In 1906.
The younger Morgan inherits bis
father's fondni ss for yachting; there
is a strong facial resemblence between
them, and the young man has his
father's athletic frame and bulky
shoulders. He started the innovation
in Wall street of having tea served m
the banking house In the afternoon,
Mr. Morgan has several times shown
voluntary interest In public affairs.
Last year lie furnished Deputy Comptroller McCooey with details of the
London method of making street openings, with which Mr. McCooey was
very much impressed. Mr. Morgan had
a great deal to do with administering
the San Francisco relief fund after the I
earthquake, and showed himself resourceful and tireless. He is a director of .1. 1\ Morgan & Co., the Acadia]
Coal company, limited, tlie International Mercantile Marine company,
and the Northern Pacific Kail way com-
I an\. He is also a trustee of the New
Vork Trade schools.
Kahn a Lover of Art.
Otto 11. Kuhn was born in Germany
and educated there. He is forty-thive
years  old.    He  obtained  employment
^VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August 15 to 20
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED
the undersls
Sunday, July  17.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Rev. G. C.
d'Easum, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a. m.; Matins,
sermon and choral celebration at 11
a. in.; Sunday school at 2::i0 p. tn.;
evensong and sermon at  7 p. m.
ST. PAUL'S   REFORMED   EPISCOPAL���Uev. A. deli. Owen, rector. Service  at   11   a.m.  and   7:30  p.m.    Holy
Communion lirst Sunday In the month j
after  morning  service.     Prayer meet-1
ing on Thursday  at  7:30 p.  m.   Mo n
lng;    "God's    Devious    Dealings    Witli
David";   evening:   "The  Duly  of Self-
Abnegation."
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
scliool and Hible class 2:30 p.m.
Rev. Mr. Patterson, or Westminster
hall, Vancouver, will preach morning
and evening.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p. in. Morning: "Pre-eminence
of Christ";  evening:  "Elijah."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, 11. D., pastor. Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 p. in.
OLIVET HAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at i- o'clock. Rev. 11. G. Calhoun,
of Vancouver, preaches in the morning. Pastor i evening subject: "The
Limelight of Truth.'
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E.
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning, Holy Communion,
11 a.m.; evening, 7:30 p.m. Bible
class aud Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.-
Y. P. S. C. E., Tuesday S p.m.; prayer
meeting.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. aud 7 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epwoith League on Monday
at 8 p. m.
1910.
$30,000  IN  PRIZES AND  PREMIUMS.
Specially low rates from all points,
on railways and boats.
Exhibits sent us freight on Canadian
lines will be returned free.
Superb and unique attractions in
Speeding Events and Dog Show.
Spectacular "Fighting tlie Flames."
Broncho Busting Competition, Wood
Chopping Contest. Trotting and Pacing Events and Hunt Club Races.
Entries close  August  1.    Write
prize list and information to
JAS.    ROY,
Manager    and     Secretary
for
Exhibition
Vancouver
Association.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00:
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Brandies throughout Canada nnd
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
| banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
'Correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum   ipreseit  rate).
Total   Assets  over   $180,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwhee'er
S. S.  PAYSTREAK |
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
i Church building funds Sunday. The
with Speyor & Co., when be first came Rev, k S. Okell, B. A., pastor. Services
to this country, and from "that house !atn a lu and 1:-M ]h m, cia88 nieet-
went to Kuhn, Loeb fi Co. he is lng al u, a, ���,. Sunday school at
vitally Interested in art and music us 2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday
well as in finance. Recently he keptia(, . p m. Braver meeting, Wednes-
a Franz  Hals from going to Mr.  Mor-l(1)lv Ht s ���  ,n     HeV- C- \y   Brown B.A.,
SUMMER
UNDERWEAR
l-H       II I MM .     .1    WHH ���
������__���
How is your Summer
Underwear ? We have
just what you want.
Cellular shirts with short
sleeves, coat shaped.
Cellular pants to the
knee.
Balbriggan in plain, pink
and blue shades, natural
wool.
Deimel Linen Mesh.
gan. sr., by bidding $500,000 for it.
When asked why he bid so much he
replied   simply:     "I   wanted   tlie   pic-
| tine." He is a director of tl��' Equitable Trust company of New York, and
iof the Morilstovn Trust company, a
'���'rustee of the Metropolitan Opera
���aouse and tlie New theatre sad connected with many general charities,
especially   tUbse   which  seek to  make
I life better for jt >ple in tlie tenements
of the east side.
Schiff B*san at $8 a Week.
Mortimer -Im. the son *f Jacob H.
Schiff, is about thirty-eight .years old
and a graduate of Harvard. He began
work In bis .father's banking house at
$k a week when he came out of college. When Jerome was after the
gambler Canfield he tried very hard to
get hold of young Schiff *s a witness,
but could not hud him. .*!r. Schiff is a
director of the Fidelity .bank, the Long
Island Motor Parkway company, the
Mercantile Trust company, tlie United
States Mortgage & Trust  company of
m.
1
ot Queens Avenue church, will preach I
in thc morning, and Rev. Dr. Sipprell.)
of Columbia college, will occupy the |
pulpit in tlie evening. Special music '
by the choir.
WEST END PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth stieet. Rev. James Reid,
B.A.. pastor. Public worship at 11
a. m. and 1:'M) p. ui. Sunday school
at 2:30 p. in.
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Holy
communion, 8:30 a.m.; evensong and
sermon, 1 p.m. Preacher, her. C.
Leu d ard.
THE JVORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
. p. m. Sn the 1. O. O. F. hall.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
bs conducted in the S. A. .barracks
ey Captain and Mrs. Jones, of Vancouver, at 11 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7:30
p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
between Third and
Love feast, 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m,: Sunday
school, a:30 p.m.; Service at 1 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:45 p-ni. Holiness meeting, Tuesday
at 1:_   p.m.    Rev.    C. S
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengeis and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
[Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Pri
j day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
!, ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
TENDERS addressed to
;ned, ami marked on Uie
envelope "Tender for Piping System,**
Tender for Water System," and "Teu-
der for Pipe Tunnels and Wiring
-aDucts," as tlie ease may be, will be-
! received at tlie office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelves
o'clock noon of the 20th day of July,
1910, for:
iti Air, steam, water and oil piping  system;
12)  Yard   water   system;
(3) Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with th i Transcontinental Railway shops east ot
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may Iks
seen in the office of Mr. Cordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
tit Ottawa, Ontario, and In the office-
of Mr. S. R. Poulln, District Engineer,.
St.   Boniface,   Manitoba.
Persons tende'rlng are notiiled that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied-;
by ihe Commissioners, which may he-
had on application to tlie Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at st. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must he signed and
sealed by all the purtles to tlie tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of tiie Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cenl (10 p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted sliall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case-
of refusal or. failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with, the Commissioners, the saidf
cheque shall be forfeited to tho Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to tlie credit of tlie Receiver-
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of tin-*
contract according to its terms.
The  cheques  deposited  by   parties
whose   tenders  are  rejected   will  b����
i returned   within   ten   days   after   the
signing of the contract.
Tie right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P.  E.  RYAN,
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the  Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 30th June, 1P10.   ���
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gaidiqer)
ARCHITECTS
Room 0.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone 133
McKinley,
pastor.
New York and the United States Safe j
Deposit company.   He is also a trustee  Eighth .street,
of the Provident Loan association and I Jt'ourtii    avenues.
the Metropolitan Parks association.
Dennis a Ryan Aide.
John  B. Dennis, of the Blair farm,
was associai*vl with Mx   Ryan In the
Seaboard Air Line reorganization.  He
was a director under the Ryan regime,
lie comes of ji wealthy taiully, and is
about forty years old.    His name has
appeared persistently for the last few
yeais  whenever  the  elder  generation
of financiers have met iu council,  lie
is a director i'f the Sem  York  Trust
company, the Securities company and
the Sussex Raaltj company.
Baker Bctrs Heavy Load.
The most lin>.>sing list .if directorates credited t* ithe sex��i (financial
r.tjlt is of the future Is thai set down
In Uie Directory ��f Directoi* after the
nan.- of George ST. Baker, jr. it>'s
father has unloaded a vast * mount of
his ,wn responsibility on ...is name-
. a .?. who is vice J H"?sident tuni direo
tor o' the first National balk, a di
lector,of the Chase .Rational .auk, of 'dIST  MISfclON���Rev. Henwy  Wilson,
the Fif. t Security company of the City"; pastor.     Sunday   school  at    .10   a.m.
I BUHJs'ABY MISSION���Eastor, Rev.
I Frederick Carpenter. Services as
I follows.' Easl Burnaby. Sunday
school -at 2 p.m.; preaching service
at 3 lun.; young people's service at
7:30 puni. Thursday, prayer service at
S p.m .West Burnaby, Suuday school
at 2 :mt'.   and   preaching at   7:30.
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
All
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial  Bleck
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
Abbotsford,   B.C..   lumberman,   intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at  Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum oa
and in the following described lands-
Commencing at a post marked J. B*..
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner  of  Section   IU,  in   Township  IX
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; tlience north 80 chains;-
thence west 80 chains;  thence south'
80 chains;   thence east 80 chains tc
point of commencement and containing G40 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9tl��
day of June, A.D., 1910.
JOHN BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
T30  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
CITY OFTOEW  WESTMINSTER.
COUJNGWOOD       METHODIST ���j Tenttars for Steel  Pipe.
Bervices-at 11 a.m. and 7:JS0 p.m. Sun-1 Tenders wlll lie received *v the*
day schorl at 10 a.m. Epworth L?ague I rauleislgned up to 5 p. ra. of August.
Tuesday .{it 8 p.m. Du.doual.1 school j 1, 1910, for the supply of 1.000 feet,
nouse; Service at 2 _m. am' Sunday I of 13-lnch diameier aud 1.200 teet of,
! school ��i ,
; pastor.
p.m. Rev. W. Ewni* Jones,
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   WBTHOr
gggggggigi msmmmmm ���w
J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents    for   20th    Century    Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I
iiof New York, the Till, water 0.1 coi.v
tianv, itl'C Tidewater IMpe company,
th. "Clik'i.go, Peoria *Jtt. Louis Railway con), any, the Jeisajy City .Vater
Sypplv ctvnpany, the Sftw Yod. &.
Uuig Mriwh, Pere Mail. ts-Ue and the
Quincv, Omaha and the Kansas -C.ity
Raijroiui qflwpaniea. Mr. UaV.er is oit��ly
thirl, ���--.thrttf- J.ears old. He In fond i'l'
outti/wr sporte, and has achieved om1
or  t��x�� ��olaW��  rescues of drowning
people.
StiHman iifl John D. s Bank.
James A. Stifiinan started in finance
as a bookkoeper in tiie National City
bank niter his graduation from Harvard In lS8(i. He is a director of the
Farmers' Loan "��<1 Trust company,
vice president and director of tlie National Cltv bank, and is the treasurer
(4 the National Golf Links of America.
Davison a Country Boy.
l>/iry B. Davison began his "career'' ,s a country scliool teacher, and
then went Into the bank of his uncles,
the Pomei'oy Brothers, at. Troy, Pa.
Si eking u larger field, be came to New
York, only to meet disappointment,
Bridgeport bank. The:i
12-incli diameter lapwelded stee
piws and for 111-inch diameter flexible
joii ts.
Specificstioiui and full partienlars
can be obtained from the City Y!ngi-
n����M. J. W. B. Blacksian. City Ha'Jl.
Tbe lowest tr any tender not sec-
casMiily  accepted.
W. A. tWJNCAN. City Clerk.
Cltr Hall, New Westminster, JaJy
6, 191*.
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in the District ofi
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tllicae of Title Number 5or>9F, issued
in tbe name of Allan A. Curtis, haa
been  filed  In  this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof.
in a daily newspaper published ia the
City of New Westminster, issue a.
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me iu writing.
C.  S. KEITHL
District  Registrar of Titles-
Land Registry Office, New Westminister, B. C, July 8, 1910.
1
;
Di��t:iic.t of New 'Westminster.
New Wagtminster Land District.
wbhurch serene at 11 a.m.
I CHURCH ,OF CHRIST���"806 llur-
!h��m. MadisttA Wright, prea .her, -Sun-
)d��r service.. 11 a.m. and 1 pen.
|V*��k day ��ewtk-:e, every day at 8 p.iu.
B^PPERTG* BAPTIST OtlURCB.
Howrltal street���.Sunday school ��t .2: SB
p.m.-, aervlceaf. p.m. Andrew iGrievy
pastoi:
GOSPEL    HAKL���Corner  of ��ixth
avenue  and  Ninth street   Evanj^li.t ���    Tftko no,fce thgt ,   y y   B   d
I. J. Rcwse will Mwh at 7 p.m.        j A^otaford.  B.C..   lumberman,  intend
 I to 4pply to t\�� Chief Commissioner of
-1 - -*- I ������- - ' Lands at Victoria. B.C.. for a license
| to prospect for coal and petroleum on
wa��:and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 24, ln Township IP, . Itinlcipallty of Sumas. New
Westminster District: thence not th 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
Bouth 80 cliains;     thence    west    80
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators-
214  Sixth  Axenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
but landed ln tt
he came bacli to the Astor Place banH, company of the city of New Yorl
and  when tiie  Liberty  National
org .alzed w��s made president, belns
then the youngest man In *uch a position In  New York.    A yt.tr later he
gave up ibis title to become llrst vice
president of the First  National  bank
and then graduated into partnership In
the Morgan firm.    He is chairman of
the executive committee of the boards ! chains to point of commencement and
of tho Astor Trust company, the Bank-1 containing 040 acres,
era' Trust conipay nnd the Liberty Na. |    Dated at Abbotsford,  B.C.. this'9th
tional bank and of the First L*��!CUJ'it,v  dft>' of June, A.D., 1!U0.
/ J,  F.  BOYD.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue-
PHONE 370.
T  H
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. JULY ,J
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publish-
ia_ Company, Limited, at their offices,
/Conwr   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria|
Streets.
A. Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1910.
CANADA'S GRAIN  CROP.
U is satisfactory to know, upon the
.-ujlhority of the .Manitoba Free Press.
r*.haJ. thc western wheat crop, though it
<-*ilI not be ijuite so heavy as usual,
������aiill produce ample to provide bread
.ind neiil, and a fair amount for ex-
_3ort, whilst the general quality will
Ijo high. For their own purposes tho
"VxM-ncr" men have been spreading
iOPsaimistic reports about the grain
.harvest, but fortualely the outlook is
����r brighter than they would wish it
���fo be believed.
.Manitoba has suffered severely from
/the climatic conditions wllich have
.prevailed this season, and it is possible that southern Manitoba will not
produce more than half a crop, whilst
C__ of Southern Alberta may result in
.m almost entire loss. But this will
jibe counter-balanced by the fine yield
jpromised in northern and central Saskatchewan, which has this year a very
largely increased area of wheat.
.Northern Alberta has also every indication of a good crop. The Free Press
���eatimates the total crop at from ninety
���to ninety-five thousand bushels of
wheat The oat crop will be light and
the barley crop generally unsatisfac-
Aar*.
Thc report throws an Interesting
sidelight upon the question of cultivation. Stress is laid on the fact that
"where careful farming has been practiced, the crop is good, in spite of the
very light rainfall. This is but another proof of the circumstance that
to preserve tlie fertility and produc-
.tiveness of the soil it is necessary for
it to be thoroughly cultivated and
manured. It is in seasons as this
.through which we are passing that the
difference between good and bad farming is so strikingly exemplified. The
man who has carefully cultivated hi3
land and done something to restore
ihe fertility" which previous crops
have abstracted, is the happy possessor of a satisfactory if not an abundant crop, with goo. straw and well-
filJed ears, owing to tlie fine condition
of his soil. But lie who has pursued
the happy-go-lucky system of ploughing and sowing where he has ploughed
mrd sown before finds himself without
a crop.
It is to be hoped this practical demonstration of the advantage of good
farming will not be lost upon those
who still practice the wrongful system of continually cropping land without doing anything to replenish the
elements of plant life which have been
taken from it. We say wrongful be-
'���aiisc farmers who pursue tbis method
are doing a serious injury to the state.
It is tlieir duty, not to rob tho land
which they hold of all Ks reproductive
value for their own selfish advantage,
but maintain it in a constant state of
fertility. It is owing to the too general
adoption of this wrongful method of
farming that llie United States has
.fallen far behind as a grain-producing
f-ountry, and can no longer grow sufficient to provide its own people with
-bread. It is to lie hoped that this may
never be the fate of Canada.
ROOM MAKING
AT
LEES LIMITED
Every odd Rug. every piece of Carpet, odd  Buffets, odd Sideboards,
odd Tables, odd Chairs, old Desks, odd Curtains, odd Portieres, odd
Draperies���all being cleared during July to make room for the
carloads of merchandise now on the way for this immense establishment.
Further Reductions on All Baby Cabs.
Big   Reduction   in  Table   Linens,  Towels and  Napkins.
ALL GOODS   MARKED   IN   PLAIN   FIGURES
Walk through this big store at your  pleasure.    You   may   find  some
article  marked  to  suit   you.
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEEMJMITED
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716 718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
mM.&m
REMEMBER.   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  M.
I
THEY'VE TAKEN POSSESSION
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Of a good slice of our store already, to enable them to rush the exte. I
sion through in the least possible time, and the contractor says he war
another portion pretty soon. This means we have got to get our stock into
less space, and instead of packing it away, we are going to sell as much as
much as possible, and give you the benefit of the Big Reductions. This Great
Expansion Sale will not lose, it will double in interrst from now on. The I
builders are in to stay for a while, and the less stock we have at the finis?
the better.
We Need The Room
1 5c English Prints, 1 2-2c per yd.
The best of Print in all the daintiness of light colorings, and tlie serviceable dark blues, greys ui
black and white. Every ple:o of print In the store that sell regularly at lac yd., embracing all the
new  stripes,  spots, and fan:y designs;  31 Inches wide;  for, per yard         \i t
WOUND THE   WORLD   IN  37  DAYS.
The   wonderful   advance   made   In
vnodern means and methods of travel
Jias been snch as to place the stories
���ot some of the Victorian romancers ln
ithe shade.   For instance the Improvements which have been made in the
.-Siberian  railroad,  have  made it possible to accelerate that train service
. ind reduce tlu> time between Moscow
.'and     Vladivostock     by     twenty-four
jrsoure. It is now possible to leave London on Monday and reach the Japanese city of Yokohama on the second
Monday   after.    Then   by   taking  the
OkBiulian    Pacific    steamship,    which
liea-ves   Yokohama   on   Tuesday,   the
traveler     .could      reach      Vancouver
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap onljrcleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
1 Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.        _\
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil j���=
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in j ust the right pro-       \
portions to cleanse _^>y
easily, vigorously,^.-
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
More Suit Specials
See our window for striking bargains ln Wash Suits and Dresses. A
collection that cannot fall to please,
we are selling all summer goods at
amazingly low prices. Get yours
while the selection ls large and varied.    From       $5 to $12
36 inch Black Taf f etta
$1.35 par Yard.
Regular $2.25 quality, soft chiffon
finish, a silk with a good amount of
substance. One piece only, so get
here early; It wlll not be here lon*
at this reduction. Full 36 Inches Wide
Regular $2.25 for, per yard   $!.3i
More $1.00 Waists
This offer ls proving one of   the   favorites  of   the   sale,  and   our stock  ls  disappearing  iii  a I    I
astonishing  manner.    You can always do with a nice White or  Light   Colored   Waist.      Here'j
opportunity.    Regular  $2.25 for
I
French and Swiss Silk
and Lisle Underwear all
sizes, going at Half Price
All Sunshades to be I
cleared at Half Price, I
Come after one Now
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
making twenty-six Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Thence   across |
twelve days later,
out   from   London
Canada    and    by    Canadian    Pacific Surrey       Sept. 27
. , . .    .        , Langley       Sept. 28
steamer  again   he   would   reach   Don-1 Kburno     Rep(   ,,, ^ 30
don on the thirty-seventh day after he i Ladner     Sept. 23 and 21
Fifth   Circuit.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
, ten ay points, Sumas and St. Paul; re-
; turning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With  No.  00  Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, snd No.
1   from   east;   arrive   New   Westminister 22:112.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Vancouver.
left there. Thus the world would
have been encircled in less than one
half the time described in Jules
Verne's thrilling romance of "Round
the World in Eighty Days."
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Nelson
Cranbrook
Kuwlo
..Sept. 28 to 30
.Sept. 23 and 24
. .Oct. 20 and 21
CAUSE   OF  ECZEMA  EXPLAINED
Germs  Fester In the  Skin  and  Blood
Cures  are   Impossible.
After  years  of  debate  medical   authorities are now agreed tkat Eczema
and other skin diseases are not seated
At the annual meeting of the agrl- la the blood, but are caused by germs
cultural societies of British Columbia ' in  the skin.    Myriads of microscopic
held In Victoria tn January last, dates  animals gnaw the flesh Just below the
for the fairs throughout the Province! epidermis.     The   patient   is   perfectly
Iif
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. 14 and IB
Nanaimo      Sept. lfi and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 and 23
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands  Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N,  and  S.  Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassiz        Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon        Sept. IB to 17
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20' and 21
healthy, it is only the skin that is
diseased. Hence, scientists are now
agreed that you must cure the skin
through   the  skin.
The medicine must be in liquid
form In order to penetrate properly,
as salves and ointments clog the
pores without reaching the inner skin.
The remedy that will search out
and destroy the disease germs, stop
thp Itch and soothe the healthy tissue
is that mild, clean compound of oil
of wlntergreen, thymol, glycerine, etc.,
known as D. I). I). Prescription.
The instant you wash with this
soothing liquid you will find the Itch
relieved. We positively assure you
of this.    Frank McKenzie, Druggist.
Write the I). I). D, Laboratories,
Department N.N., 23 Jordan street,
Toronto, for a free trial bottle, and
prove it yourself. **
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STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
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1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
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11:00 p.m .... Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday and  Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. m    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m.  Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
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C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,  C:20,  6:60,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.'
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50   6 50   7:20
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  fiOc;   children  under  12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver all
a.  m. and every  half hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a   m    9  a   m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:39 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children   26a
Freight Schedule��� Freight cars leave Westminster for Viinooiirtl
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vif
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from G: 15 a, _, to 11 p. tt|
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly hetween 8 a. m. and 11  p. **������
Sapperton  Line���20  minute service, from ti:25 a. m. to 11:10 pa
Sunday  Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. ui. and 11 p, ni.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
page nvn.   ���
SPORTING NEWS
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' SNAPS IN- :
INLUCKY MIMBEH LEFT IN
FiNIL FOK KINO'S PRIZE
,irteen  Canadians   Remain  to  Shoot
Off   for   Gold    Medal���Dominion
Representatives Rank High.
BHILLIANT PERFORMANCES
OF OVER-SEAS FLIGHTS \
French   Aviator   and   Anglo-American
Soar   Across   Solent   and   Around
Needles   Lighthouse.
Hislev July 15.���Thirteen Canadian;)
, :i   in   the   ooinpetiliou   for   the
ia medal to be awarded to the wiling, m the third stage in the shooting
[or nis Majesty's prize. Corporal
Radlce, a young marksman from Ox-
ford university, won the silver medal
today. Ms score was 200 out of a
possible  205.
I |ie second stage of the King s prize
competition was tired today at 300 and
i;nu yards, ten shots at each range
,uul open only to the 300 highest aggregates in the llrst stage.
Twenty-nine competitors, with ag-
gregate scores of 192 In the first and
second stages of the King's prize com-
p( titlon, have to shoot of for one place
H, the Anal stage tomorrow. The competitor with the highest aggregate In
ii:,. three stages win the prize or 11250
donated by his majesty and the Na.
tional  Rifle association's medal.
There are In all 400 prizes, valued
ai C 2,200. Among the many competing being shot off the Canadians
rank high. i
In tbe King's prize competition the
third stage shoot today places Morris,
of Bowmanville, sixth man, and Mortimer, of Ottawa, eighth.
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City Property and Houses and Lots. When **se
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Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
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First Battle For
Minto Cup Today
(Continued from Page One.)
Montreal old boys in the Terminal
city who would like to see tbe old
town win out.
FmdUy Pleased.
President Findlay, of the Montreal
team, is greatly delighted with the
reception bis team has met since lt
came to tbe coast. He is kept busy
all the time declining Invitations
from one athletic, organization or an-
other, He thinks that his team occupies a peculiar position as being about
the most bona fide bunch of sportsmen that ever came west for the cup
and most of the people who have come
In contact with  his team agree with
Bournemouth,  England, July   is ���
���1. Armstrong Diesel, a son 'erf Anthony Drexel, of London and Philadelphia, and lhe French aviator Leon
Morane, today engaged in a brilliant
performance of over-sea flights. The'
start of the course was at the Aer��- j
drome, across the Solent in the direction of the Isle of Wight, then around
the   Needles   lighthouse  and   back,   a  Missing    Since    Wednesday    Evening
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New   Westminster.
CHILD LOST ON PRAIRIE.
distance of twenty-one miles.
Tho Frenchman covered the
tance In twenty-live minutes
Drexel in thirty-four minutes.
WEST  ENDERS  NOW SURE
OF  JUNIOR  CHAMPIONSHIP
From Home at St. Laurent, Man.
dis-j    St. Laurent, Man., July 15.���Lost on
and the prairie since Wednesday evening,
| .Maggie   Hunter,   aged   six   years,   is
| being  ceaselessly   Bought  for  by  her
parents and  neighbors.
Tlie child was trying to find her
wav home from her grandmother's,
Hy defeating the Central lacrosse j where she was living, but two miles
team at Queens park yesterday even-[distant along a bush road, on Wed-
lng, the West End Juniors cinched inesday evening. She was directed by
tlieir hold on the junior champion- a |,oy on horseback, but must have
ship of the city.   The game last night | lost her way.
was a West Knd affair from start toi Yesterday two bovs thought tbey
finish, the Centrals only annexing two Baw her but did not know the child
goals, one in the third and one in . was lost and thought her picking ber-
tlie last quarter, while the winners rles. Much of the country is bush
piled up a total of twelve. Tim Ma-j and bluffy, and it will be almost lm-
honey  refereed. possible  to   find   her.    Owing  to the
These were tlie teams: West End��� drought the sloughs are all dried up
Goal,  Feeney,  Mortison, Cooper,  Fee, so that she may perish of thirst.
Curry,   Burr,   Sangster,  Adams,   Battson, Cook, Johns. Murray:   Centrals��� ~~ ~~
Clark, Buckland, Swenceski, Courtney, \,
Watson, Salt, Lousier, Bent, S. Mortison, Storme, N.  Mortison, Dawe.
Goal   Umpires���Centrals,  S.   Dawe;
West  End,  L. Gregory.
The Centrals and the East Enders
will play next week to decide which
team ls better qualified to remain In
the league cellar.
CALGARY COMING BACK
IN THE  LACROSSE GAME
Correspondence
(The Dally News ls not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
A STUMP PULLER.
Editor, Daily  News:
Sir���Yesterday evening I noticed a
stump puller at work at the west end
and it occurred to me that lf Its
merits were better known lt would
soon come Into general use. It ls worked by hand. The machine ls simplicity
itself, and its power is enormous. It
consists of a short but heavy chain
with a hook at one end, a piece of
wire cable for an anchorage and a
piece  of   mechanism   with   a   metalic
Let none of the lacrosse supporters
think for a moment that Calgary has
been completely effaced from the lacrosse map. says the Calgary Alber-
tan. If anybody does there ls another
think coming for them.
Now  here's some news which  will
be Interesting.   Art Lowes, one of the
best Inside home players in the country, who figured on the Toronto lineup, has decided to turn out with the I tube for inserting the long arm of the
team.    Then  Eddie Curliss, by  many I lever,   all   of   which   can   be   carried
considered   to  be  the  greatest  home; about In one hand.    It works on the
fielder   that  ever  trotted  down   a  la-i lever  principle,   the  shorter  arm'be-
crosse   field,   has   been  persuaded  to | ing a permanent fixture and only two
don  a   Calgary   uniform  again.     Just ; inches  from  the  fulcrum.    Assuming
Inntreal ls the oldest place in the1, think of the difference these two men! the   two   men   then   employed   could
st and New Westminster one of the! wlll  make on  the  home of the  local [exert a power of 300 pounds each and
lest in tlie west. jteam!    The team  has been  lamenta-!allowing thirty-three per cent for fric-
The two teams will go on an excur- j bly weak in the offensive department, tion they could, if the twelve-foot pole
ii on the Transfer to Pitt lake to- (all year and with these two men. Ed- In use were strong enough, remove
irrow. I die   Curliss   bringing   the   ball   down la stump  or  root  having  a  resisting
Two of the Montreal players, Roddy from the defence and Lowes doing! force of over fourteen tons. 1 hesi-
nlayson and Henry Scott, have I deadly execution around the inside tated to accept by figures as correct
I lacrosse here before, but none home, there should be some scoring but when one of the workment point-
going on. |ed to the big chain which he said
Lowes made a reputation in eastern snapped under the strain a few days
lacrosse. Jininiie Murphy, the weil-; before, I concluded the figures were
known coach of the Torontos said he  all  right.
Random    Remarks.
The Public
Supply Stores
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For
Preserving
A Carload in
on Monday.
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of tho other  members  of the  patty
ver been in  British Columbia
There is n bunch of silverware In
itftord's window that any team ought
'' be proud of.
When the Montreal team was over
��� ��� the other day, one of the play-
pointed to the cup in T. Gifford's
was one of the hest in the business.
He is fast, a wicked shot, and has experience. Then Eddie Curliss knows
the game  both  ways hack, and  with
We have a larger area of uncleared
land yet in this city and if the own-
ers could only see tlieir way to have |
this  land  cleared  at reasonable  cost I
window.
his   lacrosse   wisdom  and   ability   the   niuch of the work would be done.   But
'That's   It,"   said   he.     "It  team  should  be  filled  with  abundant
won't be there long," said J. L. David-
with hope gleaming ln his eye,
The double referee system will  be
seen In operation today for the first ���
time   this   year.
On the Montreal team there are
three pairs of brothers playing, Fred
and Henry Scott, Ernie and Andy
Hamilton, and Roddy and George Fin-
layson.
On the Salmon Bellies there are
four pairs of brothers, Tom and Jim
Gifford, Bill and Len Turnbull, George
and Tom Uennlo, and Gordon and Clifford  Spring.
The colors of the Montreal Athletic
club are blue and red, tho same as
N'ew Westminster, but the easterners
I imorrow will play In grey jerseys.
backbone
Finish Canadian
Northern in 1913
(Continued From Page One.)
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Friday,   July   15.
American League.
\<   I tost on���
Chicago    	
Boston
At   Detroit���
Washington
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St. Louis     0
Philadelphia    ............. 2
Al  New York��� R
Cleveland      .... 7
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Vancouver
Tacoma
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and Brynes.
National  League.
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H.   E.
6      1
2     2
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At
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Chicago ��� Philadelphia-Chicago;
Eastern League.
At Providence���
Newark
evidence
At   Toronto���
uffalo  	
"ronto
At  Rochester���
'Chester
Montreal	
Al   Jersey  citv���
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Baltimore
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properties in the northern camp in
wliich 1 am interested. 1 have a good
working knowledge of mining and intend to look over the ground myself;
I shall probably spend two or three
weeks in the camp."
"When will the Portland Canal
Short Line be finished and ready for
operation?" Mr. Mann was asked.
"My representative Informs me that
some fifteen miles of railway should
he completed by November 1 this
year," replied Mr. Mann.
Mr. Mann's announcement in respect to the probable completion of
this railway this year will he welcome
news to all Interested In the development of British Columbia's latest
groat mining cam)). He ls liimselt
probably more largely individually interested In the completion of the road
than anyone, owning and holding Interests, as he does, in over one hundred mineral claims in the district.
Anticipates   Heavy   Traffic.
Mr. Mann anticipates a very busy
season on all lines of the railway in i streets
the northwest provinces this full when
the grain starts to move. He states
that his advices are to the effect that
in the northern sections of all three
provinces crop conditions are excellent; in some districts of the southern part of the country dry weather
has had a bud effect on the standing
grain with the result that the yield
ln those sections will not be so large
as farther north. The lines of the
Canadian Northern railway on the
prairies lie to the northward, traversing much country which in its
undeveloped state carried a not inconsiderable amount of scrub timber
growth, resulting from a greater
amount of rainfall than obtains in
the southern prairies where timber
is practically unknown save In the
river bottoms. The precipitation In
the northern districts this year has
been good and there will be an excellent grain yield all through that
part of the country.
Accompanying Mr. Mnnn on his trip
to the coast are Mrs. Mann and his
son, Donald Mann.
the cost of labor is high. With this j
machine, However, the cost would
be reduced to a minimum. If the
owners of such property could ocl.v |
realize how much more active the
demand for cleared lots is than for
uncleared lots they would, I am sure,
lose no time in putting tlieir property in shape for the market. It
would be difficult to find anywhere
more attractive homesites than on the
high ridge running from east to west
of our city. But the wealthy man
who drives along this ridge prepared
to pay a handsome figure for a site
on which he can make a home to his
liking is not going to wait till the land
is cleared and city privileges extended.
In view of the fact that this little
peninsula of ours has sprung Into
world prominence in recent years and
is drawing as lf by magnetism the
wealthy and leisure class of the world
who are looking for Just such home-
sites as we could give "we should be
up and doing"���y-es, doing our level
best to make our city as attractive
to the multimillionaire as it Is to ourselves. In my bumble opinion the
owners of uncleared property are making a good investment in clearing land
with this machine for the enhaneeo
value will more than meet the cost
of labor, and the prompt sale of such
property is almost a certainty. To
those interested in this matter I
would suggest that they see for themselves this little machine at work at
Ihe corner of Sixteenth and Nanaimo
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
D. D. BOURKE.
New Westminster, July 15, 1010.
MARKET
REPORT
There were but few changes in
prices at the market yesterday, in
spite of the fact that the attendance
was good and there was lots of bargaining done. Almost every commodity retained the high prices they have
been quoted at for the past few weeks, [
but old hens and ducks took a bad
slump, going down ln some cases as
much as $2 per dozen.
Every week now the market Improves, the green stuff gradually assuming the predominance over sacks
of stale vegetables and large quantities of meat. Green peas were brought
In  yesterday  in   fair quantities,  and
the supply of small fruits, with tlie
exception of strawebrries, which are
done, and raspberries, which are just
in their prime, is just beginning to
assume large proportions.
There was a good supply of beef,
which was all sold out and the same
fate met a large supply of veal. Of
lamb and mutton there was a fair
supply and the demand was good. The
supply of pork was fair and the demand strong enough to maintain the
price at 15 cents per pound.
For all kinds of fowl there was
a good demand, but birds not ln good
condition or a little too old were not
readily disposed of and the price dropped  considerably.
There was a fair demand for new
potatoes, but It is evident that the
house-to-house hucksters have sun-
plied most of the retail trade fairly
well In this line, and the supply was
not all sold.
A good supply of cut and pot flowers found ready sale.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb 10c
Beef , forequarters, per lb 8c
Lamb,   per   lb 18c
Mutton,  per  lb 16c
Veal, large    9 to  10c
Veal, medium, per lb 12 to 12\_
Pork, medium, per lb 15c
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 33c
Eggs,  retail,  per doz 40c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 25c
Butter,   retail,   per   lb 30c
Fowl, per doz., live  $7 to 0
Chickens, per doz., live  $5 to fi
Broilers  $4 to 5.50
Ducks   $6 to   . fi.50
Geese, each   .1,50
Potatoes, new, per sack . .$1.50 to 1.75
Potatoes, per ton  ,  $10
Onions, per sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack    50c
Carrots, per sack   75c
Beets, per sack  75c
Parsnips, per sack  75c
Strawberries, per crate ..$1.75 to 1.90
Gooseberries, per lb fie
Cherries, per Ib fie
Raspberries,   crate    $2
Red  Currants,  ner lb fie
Black Currants, per lb 10c
White, Shiles & Co.
Columbia St.
New Westminster
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SILVERWARE  iii  frr*at  variety   from   Pickle  Jars   at  $3.00   to
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.
JULY 16,19.,
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TOO MANY WOMEN;
MANY WOMEN NEEDED
Mr. Arthur Malins is back from his
southern trip.
Mr. William C. Moresby, of Victoria,
was in town during tlie week.
Mr. B. Arthur Graeme Is holidaying
in Seattle, Portland, and other sound
cities.
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A.   Harold   Gordon    and    son
are summering at   Boundary
Writer in a London Paper
Discusses Problem Facing
Great Britain.
"The anomaly of this island, the
center of our Empire, crowded to overflowing, while millions of acres of tiie
richest land In fine climates lie undeveloped, lias at last struck the national  imagination," says a writer in
the     wider,     wholesomer     prospects
which the colonies open to her;  secondly,   how,   when   her   seruples  and
disinclinations are overcome, to fit her
for a life so unlike anything she has
known; thirdly, how to choose for her
and   convey   ber   to   the   exact   place
where   her   special   qualifications   and
idiosyncrasies will have fullest play."
This   very   suggestive   article   ends
I with   a   reference   to   the   good   work
I done by the Hritish Women's Emigration   society   and   the   South   African
I Colonization   society,   ,-tnd   points   out
!that  the primary necessity is a good
intelligence    office    for    better-class
; woman,  to  which  any  young  woman
��� who has a  vague desire  to  emigrate,
'' but  who does  not   know  how  to set
'about   it,   can   resort   for   thoroughly
trustworthy   information   and   advice,
Such an intelligence ollice is soon actually   to   he   started.     It   will   work
Sealed Tenders addressed
derslgned, and marked on i
lope "Tenders for Sewer " ��... deceived at the office of \\, .\]'*t**
sioners of the Transcontinn, ��� ��IB|%
way. at Ottawa, Ontario ��bhi �� "���
o'clock noon of the 26th dav , *N
1910, for the excavation, coLVS
and completion of a main ,
for the Winnipeg shops **','' >
Section 5, Tp. ll, Range 4 "Uatefl I
line of the National Transcend? "*
Railway, about six miles ���'.
nipeg, extending from the
contln
pump ]
Bessie  Cruickshank,  of
the guest  of her aunt,
Mat-
Miss
of  Vancouver,
ii. McAllister
Miss Cotton has returned from visiting tlie Misses Corbould at their summer home.
Miss  Briggs and  MLss  Fraser have
eft for a visit of ten days to friends
in Victoria.
Lionel
pretty
Mr. and Mrs.
moved   into   a
Third avenue.
���   ���   ��
Mrs.   W.  C.   Martin,
was tlie guest of  Mrs.
stieet, on  Friday.
Williams have
bungalow   on
of Vancouver,
Rowan,   Fifth
Ithe London Times.   "We cannot openlhand In hand  witli the two societies
ia paper without seeing articles about already mentioned, and also with .lie
Lu       . .- i.      ,-,,i     ,,     r    central    bureau    for   employment   of
the wheat fields oi  Canada, the fruit |
; farms  of  British  Columbia or  Rhod- i
jesia.   the   offers   of   work   for   British j' 	
men and women in Australia. New-
Zealand, and last, but not least, South
Africa. But in large movements of
every kind it is exceedingly difficult to
preserve the regular, even progression of parts. Some portions of the
mass will always move slower, others
faster, than the rest, thereby causing
a distortion and dislocation of the
whole. That section of the community known as the better class woman
has lagged behind the rest, and by her
scarcity in the one place and ber superfluity in the other is creating a
danger to society."
Then tlie article goes on to point out
that not only do the million and a
half majority of women in this country feel tlie evil effects of this dislocation, but that the whole status of woman suffers in consequence. For "with
tlie rapidly increasing majority of i
��� women lt Is inevitable that a certain
| cheapening of the whole sex should re- ea8t ,ncludinK Langley and district.
MAIL   SERVICE.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at tlie New Westminster postofflce and hour given in
eacli case being tlie hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated are despatched and received daily except
Sunday. The only mails despatched
and received Sunday are the G. N. R.
south and C. P. R. cast mails, not including way mails, Sapperton, Fraser
Mills and  Coquitlam.
Mai's  Despatched.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C.  Flectrlc railway.
First C.P.R.  east  taking  all  points
TUESDAY
JULY 19
TUESDAY
JULY 19
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
OH YOU LAUGH HUNGRY!
RICHARDS & PRINGLE'S
Famous Georgia
MINSTRELS
Are Coming to Town
Headed By
Clarence Powell and Billy King
The Beau Brummels of Comedy, and 40 others.
A Revelation in Minstrelsy
Oh You're Bound to Laugh!
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store Thursday, July 14
Mrs. H. B. Shadwell leaves on Monday to spend a week with Mrs. Worsfold, at Boundary Bay.
ind   Mrs.  Ogle,  of  North   Van-
Mr.
couver.
in town during the week
*    ��    ��
Miss Duchesnay, of Vancouver, has
been the guest of the Misses Corbould, at  Boundary  Bay.
suit. The unalterable law of sex gives
the advantage to the minority. This
consciousness of heing a minority, and
to some extent competed for, colors
the view of even the best men. Some,
to their credit be lt  sold, dislike in-
The mail for Abbotsford and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine ami Seattle, including all I'. S. points east and south
have been staying with friends!tensely tlie spectacle of women forced |!1I1(1 llil"'8 Prairie, Fernridge and Ilaz-
''"""  [to scramble for what should be theirs elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
by right���a home, a husband, and fail- j Saturdays.
ing that, a bare subsistence. Dimly A" Surrey mails are received from
these known that man and *woma:i Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
must stand or fall together, that the zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
degradation of one is In the end the!on  tlle  Po,t Guichon  train  on  Tues-
Miss   Marion   Martin   is   hack   from
Victoria, where she ht-a been the guest
of .Mrs. Farquhar Mehae,
���    *    t
the
in-
an
op-
to
his
j degradation of the other. But
' ferior man sees in it merely
I portunity and gives tlie rein
| vanity and to his materialism.
Judge Calder, of Ashcroft. was thej No Panacea in Politics,
guest of his cousin. Mr. Joht! McK��q-j    "It >*; however, on the woman that
.ie, on Saturday of last week, , Hie effect has been  most disastrous.
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via li. C. Electric rail-
Mails  Received.
8:00  a.m.
     Vancouver  and   Victoria
* *    ' .The choice between a scramble for a! lnc|lulinp   v    s    matterj     and     a|so
Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute is the guest husband and the struggle for hard and i (except  Tuesday)   via  U   C   Klectric
of Mrs. Arthur Malins and Mrs. C. C. Ill-paid work has embittered her. Sho   railway.
Worsfold, at Boundary  Bay. j sees   the   lighter-minded   of   her   sex
* ���    �� I competing for man's favor, lhe serious
Mr. and Mrs. Annandale and family j and   hard-working   exploited   and   op-
and Miss Pyne, have moved to their!pressed  by  reason  of their numbers.
and terminal yard to th.. Seine ri
Plans   and   speciflcai oi     ���
seen in the office of Mr c rdnn i  '-
Chief Fngineer of the C _
at Ottawa, Out., and  In
Mr.  S.   R.  Poulin,   Distrlc   |
St.   Boniface,   Man.
Persons tendering are notified ��...
tenders will not be considered _���i
made   on   the   form   supp led '
Commissioners,   which   may i
on  application  to the Chief Burin
at Ottawa, or to the Districi
at   Bt,   Boniface,   Man.
Bach    lender   must    be        , ,.,i ...
scale I by all the parties to tl    tend,!
and witnessed, and be acci :
an  accepted  cheque on  a
Bank of the Dominion of c i
able   to   the  order  of
Bioners of the Transcontim tn
way, for the sii-ii equal to
(10 p. c.i of the amounl o
Any    person    whose   ten!.
copied shall, within ten ti,
Signing   thereof,   sign   the
specifications,   and   other   d
required to be signed, and In .'.
of refusal or failure on the part of tin
party whose tender is accepti n
cute  and  complete  the conti
the   Commissioners,   the ~
sliall   be   forfeited   to   tl i
sioners as liquidated damagi
refusal   or   failure,   and   all   i  :.'������*������
liuhts acquired by the acci;   :.   ,-���
the tender shall he forfeited.
The   cheque   deposited   bj   partitt
fchose tenders is accepted will >,e de-
posited to the credit of the    ���
General of Canada, as security
due   and   faithful   perform;.-   ,   ,,: ���-*
contract according to lis terms
The  cheques  deposited
whose tenders are rejected tv|     . ���..
turned within ten days afti       i sip
ing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reji  I u)
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Bi    i
The Commissioners of the Ti
nental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8. 1 :���:
Newspapers inserting this ad ertiu
ment without authority from
missioners will not be paid toi ll   "
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
SSftfSS FITTINGS
SHOWCASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
summer home at Blackie Spit.
* *   ���
Mrs. Dr. J. II. Jones. Miss Lewia
and Miss Alma Leamy, leave on Tues-
uay to camp at Boundary Bay.
* *    *
Friends of  Mrs.  Frank   Broad  will
he glad to hear that she is recovering
from the recent serious illness.
��    ���    ��
Mrs. Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor
and daughter Edith, leave on Wednesday on a visit to Banff and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Goulet announce
the marriage of their elder daughter,
Tatinna Pauline, to Mr. D. R. Cummins.
* a     *
Miss Vera Corbould has returned
from Victoria, where she was the
guest   of   her   sister,   Mrs.   E.   O.   S.
Scholefield.
* ���    ���
Mrs. R. H. Macdonald and family,
and Mrs. Sidney Fletcher and family
and Mrs. EL P. Latham, are camping
at White Rock.
* a     a
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lane, who
were 'recently married jn Tacoma,
have taken up their residence on
Queens avenue.
Miss Margaret FraEer ls home from
Cranbrook, to spend the summer with
her sister, Mrs. Clarence D. Peele,
Albert  Crescent.
She looks ahout for some way of mak-
ing use of this numerical majority t:>!
strengthen   instead  of  weakening  her I
position.    She remembers tlie parliamentary  vote.    With  this  weapon  at
her disposal, her numbers, instead of!
making   for   weakness   and   derision, j
would be a power and a menace.   Is it j
to be  wondered  at  that  the  modern
woman    will    brave   Imprisonment   if'
thereby  she  can  regain the position ;
she has lost?
"Nevertheless, it is our profound be- 'wnv
lief that she is mistaken. It is not by j 1:'30 p.m.���Strawbcrrv Hill. Tim-
using her majority as a weapon, but berland and South Westminster, by
ln. eliminating that majority, that her !C0Urier (Tuesday and Friday),
salvation lies. If tomorrow, by a I 1:30 p.m.-Ladner and down river
wave of the wand, this majority of polnt8 Ea8t Burnaby, Queeusboro and
woman could be turned into a minor-1 Burquitlam   by courier.
30   p.m.���Vancouver     and     Piper
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:16 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G.  N.   R.
8:30 a.m.���C. P. R, east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coiiult-
lam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P. R, east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Fast Burnaby by courier.
2:30 p.m.���'Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all F. S. points.
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local and C.
P. R. intermediate points.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and  Carline.
PHONE   .73
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X
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
I
Westminster
Transfer Co.
bifflre 'Pbone 115.      Barn 'Phone 1S7
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of Uie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
sere  are
no dead flies
when
lying   about
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
ate used as directed.
All   Druggists,   Grocers   and   Central
tell tliem.
ity, how quickly would all these evils '
and   injustices   under   which   woman
now labors disappear! Those who lire- j
! fer to marry would  have ampler op-:
j portunity.    Those who prefer work at
j those    branches    of    employment    at ���
w-hlch  woman  excel  would find  tlieir
' services   in   demand,   and   remuneni-1
I tion offered fair and adequate.    How1
I far better this would be than the ef-
i fort to make laws  to restrain  brutal
jand   licentious  mankind,  and   control
artificially the laws of work and wages
for women!     By the removal of the
I excess   of   women   from   this   island,
where  they  are  not   wanted,  to  the
colonies,  where they are,' much  may
i be done���and who knows but that in
two or three generations the balance
i may be restored, and man and woman
once  more  advancing  abreast?
The Bachelor Girl.
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells, dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday nnd Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver  and   Bui naby
'Lake, via B. C. Klectric railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria  via  Vancouver  at  this  hour.
! Blaine and Seattle. Including all
U. S. points, east and south, via tlie
,G. N. R.  'Flyer."
Mrs. C. K. Wells, of Golden, who is
visiting at Victoria, was the guest of j
her niece,  Miss  Wells, at Sapperton |     "It is the class of better-born an 1 j
dining the week. I better educated women which mainiy
���    ���    ��� supplies   the   million   and   a   half   of j
vvunii   we  near  so  much.    It   Is  thev !
whose brothers and possible husbands
have left  them to fight single-handed ;
for home and maintenance; It ls from
tbem that  conies forth  that spurious
growth���the   bachelor   girl.     Vear   bv I
year this unsatisfactory by-product of,
civilization increases in numbers. The
bachelor-girl is neither lish nor fowl.
She is a man without man's opportunities of influence or responsibilities toi
the state.   She is a woman without a !
woman's right to be protected, or her j
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Forrester, who
have been slaying at the Hotel Russell, have moved into tlieir new residence on Sixth avenue.
��� <    ���
The engagement is announced of
Miss Frances M. Harvey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harvey, to Donald
Sadlier Rashlelgh, son of Paymaster-
In-Chief G. V. Rashlelgh, R. N., of
Portsmouth,   England.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. W. H. Mumford was the hos
tess of a very charming supper party duties to others
on Tues.lay evening of this week at
which MiBs Blsa Burnett was "the
honored guest. During the evening
thc bride-elect was the recipient of a
surprise kitchen shower, and fter-
wardfl the guests enjoyed a very delightful musical evening.
"For the bachelor-girl the colonies
bave no use. They are too simple, too
elemental for a product so essentially
urban and decadent. For them a
woman means still the bearer of children, the comforter in sickness���above
all. the housewife. If, therefore, the
balance is to be redressed, the million
and a half of majority to be eliminated.
our young woman must eschew the
sieille allurements of girl-baclielordoin
and perfect 'herself in the primeval
arts of the home. The colonies are a
land of promise, and there the liuti-
Ew-j lest beginnings often, lead to splendid
S. | futures.    Kvery woman who is to be
On Tuesday, April the twelfth, the
Bachelors at the Saints' Rest, 47 Columbia street, entertained their
friends at a very jolly dance. The
chaperons were: Mrs. Dr. J, H. Jones
an.l JVtrs. -T. H. Diamond, and tho hosts
were Mr. J. H. Brown, Mr. S. H
ing. Mr. D. S. Rashlelgh, Mr.
Shannon, Mr. R. S. Smith, Mr. J. M. [a good colonist must Indeed be able to
Turner and Mr. H. T. Reid. Others j cook and do housework, but, If she is
present included  Miss Alice Rickman. I hardworking and has good brains, sin
Delicti
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���LN���
E DAILY NEW
r H
Miss Muriel Shildrick. Miss Alma
Lenny, Miss Veda Leamy, Miss Marlon Martin. M'ss Alma Corbould, Miss
Duchesnay , Miss Nora Armstrong,
Miss Eleanor Brown, Miss Gertrude
Brown, Miss Frances Harvey, Miss
Jessie Drew, Miss Margaret Lewis,
Mr. Nigel O'Btian. Mr. Ward, Mr.
Lindsay, Mr. Peter Cotton. Mr. Frank
Major. Mr. Kidd, Mr. Sperry, Mr. Celery. Mr. Motherwell and Mr. Tuck.
may some day be tlie owner or part
owner of many thousands of acres, directing thp labor of scores of people.
The Problem to Be Solved.
"The problem that confronts us Is���
First, how to make the young Englishwoman see where her true Interest
ll��s, how to Inspire her with the spirit
of adventure and romance, how to Induce her to relinquish the petty excitements and luxuries of town life far
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Take notice that an appllcal n bu
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a Tax Sale Deed from K. A. Wllmot,
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Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.I)., iota, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract 1 : land
and premises situate, lying and bein<
In the District of New West;, li ter,
in the Pr.). fl e 01 British Col imbia,
more partliul rlv known and des rib-
ed as part 3.fi0 a' les of the s ttheast
quarter of Section 18, Tow;
Range 29, west of 0th  Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In thi said lan'd by virtue
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Is not re.isi-'ed ".e'er the provlsloni
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date of the first pun! cation of this
notice upon yju and ln default of a
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default of red imp'lon reforj registration, you anl each of you wil' le f��r-
ever estopped nnd debarred froin setting up any clilin to o: la respect of
the said land, and I Bhatl register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
in fee. And I berety 0'-l��.' that publication of this notice for thirty dayg
In a daily newspaper pi bllshed In Ne*'
Westminster w II le tood and BufflC-
lent service lll��irr._|
Dated at thn I -nd Registry Office.
New Westminster. J*-0 ''nee of British
Columbia, this :oth aay of April, A-
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH.
Ilptrlct Regl far,
To Canada Permanent Loan & SsT'
lngs Co.; Oppenhelmer Bros, Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Lelshman; J. VV Helton.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that tin
nershlp heretofore existing be
the undersigned, carrying on bu
as iu inters at Vancouver and
Westminster, B. C. under the
of Jackson fi Morrison, was 1
fourth day of October, 1909, dis
by mutual consent.
FREDERICK JACKS
WM. O. MORRISON
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���ft i *i SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
in',,.,, notice that I, E. A. Tretheway,
hotsford,   B.C.,   lumberman,   in-
0 apply t0 the chief Commis-
,       , ���/ lands at Victoria,  B.C., for
cense to prospect for coal and pe-
,,.,.',,',  on and  in  Uie  following de
ribed lands:
Commencing at a  post  marked  U.
���(���    x   W.  corner,  planted at the
\V  ("oi-ner of Section 29, in Town-
.,   ,,"y,    Municipality  or  Sumas,  New
Istmi'nster District;  tlience east 80
.,ains- thence south SO chains; thence
L t   80   chains;     tlience     north   80
tains to point of commencement and
bntainlng 040 acres.
"oated  at  Abbotsford,  B.C., this 9th
r.,01 June,  A.D., 1910.
R. A. TRETHEWAY.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1, Alexander John-
|t���n   "f Ahbotsford. B.C., lumberman.
ttci'id to apply to the chier Cominis-
Boner of  Lands at Victoria,  B.C., for
license to prospect for coal and pe-
���-oleum on and  in the following described lands:
Coniniencing at a post marked A. J.,
corner, planted at the N. E. cor.
,   ,   of   Section   30,   in   Township  1.9
Municipality of Sumas, New Westmln
|tcr District;  thence south 80 chains;
Ihence west 80 chains;   thence north
ii chains;   thence east  80  chains  to
oint  of commencement and  contain-
).* 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
Bav  of  .Tune,  A.D.,  1910.
ALEXANDER   JOHNSTON.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1, j. a. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Bands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McG., S. W. comer, planted at. the
S. W. corner of Section ::::, in Town-
Ship 19, Municipality of Sumas. New
Westminster District; tlience north
���80 cliains; thence east 80 cliains;
tlience south 80 chains; thence west
80 cliains to point of commencement
and  containing  640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day  of  June,  A.D.,  11)10.
J. A. McOOWAN.
EPS
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SUBDIVISION
Corner of Newton and Borgsbom roads, on B. C. Electric. Cheapest
and best land in Surrey. 1, 2 and 5 acre blocks, from $300 to $500 per
acre.   Cleared Blocks at $450 per acre.
M. G. MORRISON & CO.
Phone  6730.      536   Hastings St., Vancouver, and from  New Westminster, Agents.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OE TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the third
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to tlie Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New Vork
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Qlobe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L.  M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
INVESTIGATION COSTS
LARGE SUM OF MONET
I
WB ARE US1BO PURE CANADIAN MILE IE
Cowan's
Cowan's Cream Bars
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, e*c
I
I
1
ARE DISTIHCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY AMD FIBE1ESS 07 FLAVOR'.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR  AND FEED  MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET
$15,000   Paid   By   Alberta   Government
for  Holding   Inquiry  Into  Great
Waterways  Deal.
Edmonton, .Inly 15.���The investiga-
: tion into the affairs of the Alherta and
I Great Waterways company and the
I contract between that company and
ithe Alberta government, the contract
I that wrecked the Rutherford administration, lias been concluded. The
Investigation has cost tlie province already a figure close to $15,000. The
commission has consumed thirty actual days In evidence taking. This
does not include the days spent In
traveling from Edmonton to Winnipeg,
and from Winnipeg to Toronto and return. The estimate of cost does not
include the salaries of lawyers not
officially appointed by the legislature,
and there were six of these who will
draw independent salaries from their
clients, ln addition to the three Judges,
the two official lawyeri and the official
clerk of the commission. There were
three official court reporters engaged
in taking down evidence and four typist engaged in transcribing the shorthand notes. The amount of evidence
taken will total something over 3.200
pages when all typewritten on foolscap paper.
There have been nearly 100 witnesses examined, and there were 251
exhibits produced. Many of these exhibits were files containing over 100
letters.
There were two witnesses who were
not examined. These were W. R.
Clarke, president of thS Alberta and
Great Waterways railway, who could
not he found, and O. M. Biggar. solid-
tor, for Hon. C. W. Ross and for the
railway company, who is at present ill
in Toronto, and whose evidence W. L.
Walsh, official counsel, decided it was
not necessary to wait for.
NOT MANT SALMON ARE
BEING CAUGHT THIS TEAR
Official   Report of  B.  C.  Salmon  Can-
ners Does Not Record Big Catches.
Better Luck Across the Line.
The following report of the various
canneries on tiiis coast, showing tlie
catches on July 15, is supplied by the
B. C. Salmon Canners' association:
Bellingham ��� Got. 12,200 fish altogether, of which 1,500 from Salmon
banks, (1,000 from Lummi and 4,700
from Gulf.
Anacortes���Got 7,000 altogether, of
which 2,700 from West Beach, 1,200
from Lopez, 1,000 from White Horn,
1,100 from Gulf and 1,000 from the
Seiners,
Brunswick Cannery ��� Got only 100
fish on the dock.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got no sockeyes yesterday.
Vancouver Cannery���Got 390 sockeyes from thirty-one boats yesterday.
No boats in this morning.
British Columbia Cannery ��� Got
about fifty-three sockeyes yesterday.
Scottish Canadian���Got about 150
fish yesterday.
imperial���Got 400 sockeyes yesterday.
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
n"fMFIVManufacturers and  Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing*Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3  P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets  at  B.  C.  E.  R. ticket office and on board steamer.    Electric cars leave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou
ver.
See the  Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
A   Gay   Old   Girl.
Rockford. III.. July 15. ��� While a
hoard of managers of the Winnchago
County Home for the Aged were debating tlie advisability of permitting
tlie marriage, Mrs. Margaret Johnson,
aged seventy, a rosi lent of the home
for four years, slipped away to the
courthouse and became the brld�� of
Timothy Reilly, aged seventy-five.
County Judge Reckhow performed tlie
ceremony. The managers had agreed
to sanction the wedding, when the announcement was made that the pair
had taken no chances of an adverse
decision. Mr. and Mrs. Reilly have
gone to housekeeping.
JACOB SCHIFF LAUDS
NORTHERN COUNTRY
CHICAGO SUFFRAGISTS TO
MAKE THEMSELVES HEARS
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Painting.
Tenders will be received hy the
undersigned up to 5 p. in. of the 18th
July, 1910, for painting the handrails
of the Lulu Island Bridge. Specifications and forms of tender can be obtained   from   the  City   Engineer.
W.  A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, July 0, 1910.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRICSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgt?t looso
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 112 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write If unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
Tenders   for   Royal    Columbian    Hospital,  New Westminster,  B. C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the un- \ WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR1S-
dersigned,   and   marked   on   the   en- j    ters    and    solicitors,   Westminster
velope "Tenders for Royal Columbian I    Trust Block,  Columbia street.  New
W. J. Whiteside, H.
Hospital,"   will   be   received   at   the
office of the Secretary, Thomson block,
New   Westminster,    B.   C,   until   12	
o'clock noon, of Monday, the fifteenth  WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
Westminster.
L. Edmonds.
day of August, 1910.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of the architects,
Messrs. Birds &. Blackmore, 30ti Loo
block. Vancouver, B. C, or at the
Secretary's offlce, Thomson block,
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank, payable to the order
of the Board of Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to five per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender ls accepted, shall, within one week after the
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 128. Room,
WestMlaster Trust Block.
Purchase Big  Megaphone to Be Used
in   Announcing   Meetings   During
Auto Tour of Illinois.
Dawson, July 15.���The Schiff party
left last night for Skagway. Mr.
Schiff declared this country should become as populous as the productive
parts of Norway. Siberia and Russia,
which is In the same latitude, which
nre now sustaining populations of millions. He says the greatest need is
transportation. Resources now aro
here. He says capital will come, and
believes a railway from Edmonton to
Dawson the quickest means to open
the country with the center of the continent.
LABOR  IN ARIZONA
TO LAUNCH PARTY
FOR SALE
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Phoenix. Ariz., July 15.���After voting down a resolution pledging support to candidates of any party who
would subscribe to the principles of
organized labor, delegates representing the trade unions of all the principal towns of Arizona created today
the Union Labor party of Arizona,
which wlll put up candidates for election to the coming constitutional convention. The platform adopted by the
labor representatives, who have been
In session since yesterday, includes all
, the   so-called   "radical"   provisions   of
Ithe Oklahoma constitution and several
I others,
j Steps will be taken Immediately to
put a Union Labor constitutional con-
| ventlon ticket in tiie field.
Woodstock, 111., July 15.���A big megaphone has been purchased by the
band of Chicago suffragettes who are
touring Northern Illinois in an automobile and hereafter a crier who will
be employed at each stopping place
will announce the time and place of
each meeting.
"It is simply necessary to make
some noise and let people know of our
meetings," exclaimed Mrs. George W.
Trout, director of the tour. "We have
had good conditions, but I see we can
1 eacli many others by using a megaphone."
When the next automobile loaded
with suffragettes leaves Chicago in a
few days for a tour of the state, it will
be equipped with singers and cornet
players.
���aP-iji y I- i
GREAT BRITAIN  DRINKS
MILLIONS LESS "BOOZE"
22
R. T.  PRINCE, EXPERT  ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
acceptance thereof, sign the contract.!    Hall Safe Co.   Office, Room 9, West-
specifications and other documents re-j    minster Trust block, city,
quired to be signed, and in any case ������Bang��������^-��� i '..".���
of refusal or failure on the part of jBXBId-QBA��Liv x tvbbwbitiwo
theparty whose tender is accepted, to!*TENt0"APHY * TYPEWRITING
complete and execute the contract
with the Board df Managers, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Board
of Managers as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure.
The person whose tender is accepted, will be required to provide
a bond satisfactory to the Board of
Managers, equal to ten per cent of
the amount of the contract.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block,   P. 0. Box 694,
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
The   cheque   deposited   by   parties 1
whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   be
returned   within   ten   days  after  the
signing of tlie contract.
The lowest, or any tender, not nec-
essarilv accepted.
W.  H.  KEARY,
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Bstate and  Insurance Agents���
City, farm  and  sunurban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
Secretary  Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
P. O. Box 5D. jGALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
New   Westminster,   B.  C.  July  14, |    ioring.    A new line of Spring suit-
1910. ing just in.    Button making, press
ing and repairing.   46 Lorne street.
Washington, July 15.���The United
Kingdom sobered up .54.000 000 wo rth
ln the year 1909, according to figures
by Consul General John L. Griffiths, of
London, who reported a marked falling off in the consumption of Intoxicating liquors In the British realm In
1909.
That year the amount expended for
liquors was .730,000.000, a decrease of
$54,000,000 from 1908.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. H. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Phone R 508.
Sent J)n Approval
To Responsible Tkoplb  *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
"5/te Inh Pencil
Your Choice of
W��'m
BIBLE REAPPEARS IN
SCHOOLS OF MICHIGAN
$
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address
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Detroit, July 16.���The Bible has
made its reappearance tn the public
schools of Michigan by way of Highland park, a suburb of Detroit. In deciding by an overwhelming majority
that the Bible shall bo read and *'.ie
Lord's Prayer said nt the opening of
tlie morning sessions In the village
schools, the voters took action which
probably will cause much controversy
in this and other states.
Both the reading of the Scriptures
and the prayer are to he without comment. The scliool board was empowered to appoint a committee of villagers to compile a set of readings
lrom t-he Bible for use in the schools.
Ilusttatlunl i.,e Lx-d i��n
Kvery pen etiarnnleed
full 14 Kt. bclidQold���cut
i>n right hand may be h��d
in eahet our llaudaftl
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-
ein. as derired, either in ]
plain or engraved tiuiali,
aa prelerred.
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j*Laughlin Mfg. Co.^
Ma.esllo Bldg..
DelrolL l'l*b
Cars leave Vaucouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:3C p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 A-.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cam leave New Westminster for Vaucouver at S:00 a.m.. and evory half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
dyers and cleaners.
royXiT^city^chemi^
ers and dyers, 846 Columbia street,
phone 11278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOB HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FI8H   AND   GAME.
BENSON * AYUNG. FISH, FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agaee and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
Great  Northern Railway.
Lv. N. W.  11 a.m.;  ar.  Seattle 3:55
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle v:4C
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:30
pin. sT
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:29
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge pks-
senger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Port Guichon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Guichon 7:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m.. arrives
bridge passenger station 9:20 a.m.,
water front freight shed 9:30 a.m.,
daily except Sunday.
Leaves ��� New Westminster water
front freight shed stt 3:30 p.m., biidge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
tnaker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, otlice aud store fittings;
cabluet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��nd car line. P. O. box 254, Pnone
473.
PAPER HANGING & DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalSominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtb
street,  New Westminster.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited. Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, buHllng
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster. 1.1
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 15
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C. M. Vanstone, of Wawanesa, Manl-i    Epsom   5-acre  blocks  in   Surrey  is
toba,
hotel.
is   registered   at   the   Russell
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&
Lusby
��� COLUMBIA STREET.
For a pleasant cool .drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ������
The members of the city police force
will turn out today for the flrst time
In their new uniforms and helmets.
Three appointments ior Saturday:
Sinclair's shoe sale in the morning,
the big lacrosse match .at 3^30 p m.,
and Sinclair's sale in the evening. "*
Mrs. J. Blair Laird, of Fourth
street, left yesterday to tpend:a,month
with her daughter, .Mrs. H. W. U.
Smith, of Penticton.
See lead-
ev
Have   you   heard   of  Epsom?
your agent In town all aiwui it.
Ask
Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT  &   VERNER,  Proprietors.
1.���"The Cowboy's  Race for a  Wife."
���Comedy Drama.
2.���"Concinving   Evidence."���Drama.
3.���"Musical Neighbors."���Comic
4���"Moose Hunting in Canada."���Educational.
5.���"Quick Change."���Comic.
6.���"Good Evening."���Baritone Scsg.
See Fales  for new
bedroom  furniture.
style beds and
**
maybe just what you want,
lng agents in the city.
The provincial police have been
asked to try and locate William Kitto
Harris, a Cornishman who came to
this country about eight years ago.
He lived for some time at Sumas,
and owned a farm there.
Carloads In and more on the way.
See our stock. We defy competition.
For Anything in the Furniture line
come to W. E. Fales. **
The quarterly meeting of the Westminster presbytery will be held in
Vancouver on Tuesday, when the induction of Rev. Mr. Taylor, professor
of Hebrew at Westminster hall, and
Rev. E. A. Henry, formerly of Regina
and now of Chalmeis church, will take
place.
Rev. J. S. Henderson is at present
enjoying a month's holiday from his
Mrs. Shehan and her granddaughter,
Miss Jackson, of Seattle,  are  spend- ministerial    duties.      Mr.    Henderson
ing a few weeks in the city, guests
of Mrs. P. Feeney and Mrs. Shadwell.
For camp sites at White Rock,
White, Shiles  &  Co.
see
*��
plans spending most of his time on
the  North  Arm,  with a  side  trip to
; Victoria. Today and next Saturday
he  will  be  at  Queens  park,  Intently
, watching the lacrosse matches.
Among the many campers on the
North arm of Burrard inlet are .Mr-
and Mrs. F. Crake and family, and
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ritchie, of this
"ty. ..    ...;_t __\_{
Seasonable
The current issue of the B. C. Gazette contains notice of approval of
the plans of the Western Canada Pow-
er company. The date within which
the company shall complete the initial
Come and  look over our camp fur- development of 20,000 electrical horse-
; power is fixed at September 1, 1011,
and the date by which tlie entire
works shall be completed and in operation is fixed at September 1, 1915.
niture.   Fales, Agnes street.
THERMOS   BOTTLES���Pts.,
WATER   WINGS���50c.
BATHING  CAPS���25c  up.
LmE JUICE���25c;  $1.50 gal.
LEMON POWDER���25c.
SUNBURN LOTIONS-
FOOT  POWDER���25c
Qts.
All grocery stores in the city will
close this afternoon during the progress of the Minto cup match.    There
] will be one delivery up the hill after
isix o'clock. **
Edison and Victor records for July
now  on  sale at J.  H.  Todd's Music
I House. **
The Hassam Paving company has
been compelled to suspend operations
on Columbia strept. on account of u
scarcity of cement. Gilley Brothers
expect a supply jn on Monday.
Profitable Pitt Meadows ranch close
to C. P. IL and very close to river.
Improved, with six-room house, barn,
fencing. All of land in crop, pasture
and orchard. For sale at $200 per
acre. Here is a chance to step right
into profit. W. J. Kerr, 014 Columbia
street. ���*
A fire which broke out in a logging
camp   near   Johnston   Bros.'   summer
iDC
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,    B.  C.
i residence at Carrahalla on Wednesday
The    prices    have    been    entirely I for  a  time  threatened  to  do  consid-
smashed on all remaining lines on the erable damage,  but  is  now  supposed
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN
PACIFIC RAILWAY
Hereby gives notice that a map or
plan and book of reference' of the
railway from Matsqui Prairie to New
Westminster bridge was deposited in
the registry office of the District of
New We ;tminster on July 8, 1910.
T. H. WHITE,
Chief   Engineer
bargain tables at Sinclair's big sale. *
During the summer holidays the
main entrance of the Boys Central
school will be changed to the rear of
the buildings. The present entrance,
wliich faces the boiler house, is in- j
convenient  for the scholars.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis* Greenhouse, R 208. ���*
A. W. Cassady, of the B. C. Packers association, left yesterday on a
business trip to New York, Montreal,
Toronto. Chicago and other eastern
cities. He will be away about two
months.
White Rock has the best beach, train
service and water supply of any summer resort or camp spot In British
Columbia. See White, Shiles & Co.
for prices and terms for lots pnd
acreage. ���*
to be under control. The logging
camp had a narrow escape from the
fire, the men having to work steadily
for several hours to save the logging
outfit. The fire Is said to have been
started by careless picnickers.
j    Who wants a highly improved, all
cleared   ranch   of  (18   acres,   close  to
S railroad,  with   good  house  and  barns
���and    producing    orchard   and    berry
I patches, for the price of bush land?
Place giving good profit now.    $ii,500
and very easy terms.   W. J. Kerr, 614
Columbia street. **
German Shipyard Strike.
Hamburg, July 15.���Thirty-five thousand shipyard workmen of this and
other cities united today in a demand
for an increase of ten per cent in
wages and a fifty-four hour week.
They threatened to strike if the concessions are refused.
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER of the Companies
.   Act. 1.10,
AND
IN  THE  MATTER  of  Hale  Bros.  &
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Limited, will one month after
the "th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
Bros.,  Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7, 1910.
B.   S.   KENNEDY,
1       Secy. Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
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Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS,  ETC.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch,
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
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1 Some Special Snaps  I
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a .  .-,,  THESE W|LU MAKE Y0U M0NEY  ���
* 5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides   *
* ot this  property.    $350 each.   Terms. ���
:10  lots  extending  from  First  to   Second   street.    This  property  *
is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, und lane at -    *
t   Pr
ice $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd
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TWO
MORE
And we will give way to the contractors.   Monday morning sees us   out   of   the   Housefurnishi,     ,uill
Millinery Sections. H
-THE BIG ALTERATION SALE-
Will Create New Bargain Records  in the
Two Days Left
Friday and Saturday
Sees the bulky and heavy goods on the bargain table at prices sure to clear out every line. Every
department is cleaning out the odd lines and making room for the goods from the departments Hut
must be moved. Read the list below. Bring your Want List and fill it by buying from the many
snaps available here.
A Few Pair of Flannelette
Blankets
95c per Pair.
Just a few odd pairs single bed  size   White   Flannelette   Sheets.
Regular $1.75.    To clear out, at, per pair    95c
I
COLORED QUILTS
95c Each
10 only, Cardinal Blue and   Pink mixed with White; ?, sizes.   Regular price  $1.26.    To clear,  each     95c
Another Nice Range of
Princess and One-Piece
Dresses
j  "    - - ��� $4.95   Each.
Sheer Muslin and Mull House Dresses and Dainty Muslin Street
Dresses. All one piece styles, shown with panel fronts of Swl-r ^11-
broidery or lace long sleeves. Dresses sure to be soli quickly nt
. such a price. \J'arm weather now. Just the time for the use of
dresses as we now place on sale. Regular values $5.75 to $7.50. All
this season's newest styles.    All sizes.   On sale, each   $4.95
50 Ends of Wide Ribbons
20c per yard
Another odd lot to clear out Friday and Saturday. TheseEnds of
Ribbons run from 2 to 8 yards in length; widths are from I! to 0
inches; Taffeta and Duchessc Ribbons, mostly all good colors, but
the ends must go. Avail yourself of thc opportunity while it lasts.
On sale Friday and Saturday, per  yard    20c
Comforters at $1.35 and
$1.95 Each
Bulky things, these Comforters, so we want to sell
them out before Saturday
night. Maybe you need one
or two for camp use. Only
30 left all told.
All Flowers and Trimmings at Half Price
A big table of Children's
Galateas and Outing Sailors
at  clearance  sale  prices.
Another big table of Children's Hats at, each   25c
Any Trimmed hat
for $2.95
We have just 24 Trimmed
Hats in our show room. To
save the trouble of finding
new space for them we will
sell them at the ridiculously
low price of $2.95 ea
Values in these have been
up to $15, but they all to
Friday and Saturday ;,:.
each    $2.95
All Untrimmed
Shapes 95c Each
We have here about three
dozen Einp Black and Colored Straw Hut Shapes and
they must be sold before
Saturday night. Xo place ' l
pul them If we do not sell
them, seems to be the predicament. Your choice of the
lot lf you come early for,
each     95:
16 Pairs of Dark
Grey Blankets to
Clear at $2.95 pr.
Splendid values every
pair, but they must be
cleared out to save the trouble of moving them to new
quarters. Regular values up
to $4.50 per pair. Friday and
Saturday, per pair    ...$2(J"'
11 pr. Blankets
NOTE THESE PRICES:
Six pairs of Union White
Blankets.       Regular    valued
V.i.l'i. Friday and Saturday,
per  pair    $2.35
Four pairs All Wool
White; two pairs Bilk
bound; two pairs whipped
edges. Regular prices $9.60.
Friday and Saturday, per
pair    $6-50
One pair All Wool White
Regular value $11. Fresh and
clean. Friday and Saturday
per pair    $4-50
A visit to the store Friday
or Saturday will reveal
Genuine Snaps ln every department.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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